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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, TENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1021.
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lor Milady of the mvdie and for those intemlinrr to Iiave material made up, here you will find most complete assortments of these fashionable , materials
whkh are most desired for the new Spring and Summer wear. Daintv organdies, sheer voiles, practical ginghams, foundation silk, percales, muslins, devon
shire, etc. DUiUXG THE HALANCE OF THIS WEEK YOU WILLFIN1) SAVINGS THAT SHOULD BE OF INTEREST TO EVERY TIIJUFfY
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36 in. Percales, Special
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--j) , 36 in. Percales of eood qual-
0j ity'.in liprht and dark patterns
in varied assortment
Special Values, a Yard 21c
36 in. English Nainsook,
Special Value 49c
SG in. Nainsook, an excellent
quality for fine undergarments
and baby dresses, petticoats,
Special Value, a yard 49c
36 in. English Lonsjeloth
Special Value 49c
36 in. Enjrlish Longcloth of
fine ' soft finish, for night
gowns, teddy bears, corset coy
el's, chemise, etc.
Special Values, a yard 49c
36 in. Silk and Lisle
Crepe, Special Value
'.75c and 98c
36 in. Crepe, a cotton lisle
and silk mixed material that
gives most satisfactory ser
vice for undergarments and
Special Value, 'a yard 73c and
36 in. Foundation Silk,
Special Val. 50c and 74c
36 in. foundation silk of ex
ceptional quality of silk and
cotton, in a good assortment of
colors, especially suited for
Special Value, a yard 50c and
40 in. Fancv Voiles,
40 in, voile of splendid qual
ity, patterns are of the new
floral and conventional de
signs in all the season's fash
ionable color combinations.
They are splendid values at
our regular prices at from 85c
to $1.15 yard.
Special, a yard 74c
45 iii. Imported Organ
die, Special Value 31.50
45 in. imported organdie in all
the season's fashionable col
ors, permanent finish of ex
Special Value, a yard. . . $1.50
Beautiful Tissue Ging
hams, today 74c and 89c
36 and 32 in. wide, hand
some patterns in plaids and
stripes, some have silk over
plaids. They wear well ant.
washes well, and how cool and
lovely they are for. the hot
Special, yd 74c and 89c
32 in. Dress Gingham,
32 in. Dress Gingham of
good quality, in a large assort
ment of plaids, checks and
Special, a yard 24c
32 in. Zephyr Gingham,
32 in. Gingham of excellent
quality, in a good assortment
of plaids, checks, stripes and
Special, a yard 29c
40 in. Fancy Voile,
40 in. wide, and you will bt
more than pleased with the as
sortment of patterns we have
to offer you. They are splen
did values at our regular
prices of boc and 7oc yard.
Special, a yard 49c
27 in. Dresa Gingham,
. Today 19e:,- M
27 in. Red Seal,' Toile Du
Nord and Lancaster quality i
Gingham, in a good assort- p;
merit of patterns and colors to
Special, a yard . ..... 19c
32 in. French Gingham,
32 in. French gingham of
beautiful quality and such
lovely patterns in plaids,
checks, stripes and in plain
Special, a yard . ,
. . 74c m
Visit the Merchants' and Man
ufacturers' Carnival May 27-28.
: tOOUXgiS KHIEST ESAKWBr SIOHX
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tmdHWHEWE IT PAYS TO TRADE jpj
Visit the Merchants' and Man
ufacturers' Carnival May 27-23.
DR. C H. DAY
Ftiracian and Surgeon
Hpoma IX and 24 Smlth-Cra-Tfori
Te1phon 704 Rm. T4-P
Dr. Lynn K. B'akeslee
Chronic and Nervous Inlaws onf
DlMaei of Women. JT-Ray Electrii
Torapl Btdt;. Rootn 1
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l'l..w Sin-W P. O. rVnx S.V
I a. m. to 5 p. m.
In All Branches,
Impetus Ha3 Ecen Given Thi3
Movement Which is Thought
To Ee Very Essential.
A' Cuir Pt.r ,.T.it. ?
Peanut Butter, the pound Yl z c
Sphiach, Fresh, 4 pounds .' 25c
Strawberries, the box 25c
Radishes, the bunch 5
Onions, Grefen, the bunch 5c
Tomatoes, the pound 25c
Asparagus, the pound 1214 c
Lettuce, Head, each .' 15c
Lettuce, Hot House, pound 35c
Potatoes, new, 4he pound 12 l2c
Cucumbers, each 35c
Fresh shipment cf Tru BIu Cookies and Crackers
TH.rVLl- Mry 12. (A. T) Ef
forts ure beina: mafic to find a ha.is
nn which tho diver.eent interests of
I'Lster and Southern Ireland may be
Impetus has been givpn this move
ment, which is regarded as an fcnsen
tial preliminary to any rtopot'ntions
Jl 411 Sarsa
I bOOO S parilla
Purifies the Blood
I For a Real Smoke 1
1 Now 2 for 15e
between the government unci Finn
Fein, by the Irish Dominion league
whose executive committee is enaiced
in sounding the sentiment of both sec
tions with a view to reporting its
! findings to the British government.
I It is understood there have been
; sufficient modifications of the views
of politicians as well as business men
of both lister and the Southern cnun
i ties to Inspire confidence that their
conflicting aspirations can be recon
, cilf d.
The chief difficulty in the path of
j peace, it is believed, is-to discover a
1 common ground for discussion be
tween the government and luil Kire
ann. The refusal of the Dail to an
nounce Its minimum terms 1ms given
a setback to. the attempt to bring the
government and Sinn Fein together.
The general feeling here appears to
be that I'ail Kireann will stand pat on
its demand for a republic and will
await definite proposals from the gov
ernment. Military authorities take any but an
optimistic view of the situation say
ing the forces now available are en
tirely inadequate to do more than
hold their own while the Iri:;h Repub
lican Army leaders boast of contin
ued improvement In the work of their
It Is understood that the military
is counting on the exhaustion of Ke
publican funds as the only certain
means of gaining the upper hand.
They admit, however, that much time
must elapse before even that hope is
I'p to the present about JS, 000, 000
have been subscribed to the Kepubli-
S'can loan, of which approximately $5,
Si 000,000 came from the United States.
Dail Kireann in under heavy expense,
the cost of propaganda alone running
Si into big figures.
E Only about $500,000 of the loan re
Ejrnsi'ns. it is ns--;ertnd, hence energetic
S efforts ar now being matla to In-
IZjcieou tae ainoUllt Uj SUUocriptlons at
Mail School for Actors
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Juvenile stars of stago and icrecn must .fro to school, even though
fhey make 11000 a week or more. Lillian and Anna Hoth are "profea
aionals" who do their lessons at "The Professional Children's School" of
New York by mail. It the pupils don't do their lessons look out lor the
tountrjr Had Enough . Political
Sabotage During Last Term
of President Wilson.
NEW YOUfC, May li (Harold D.
.Incifos, L'. V. Staff t.'t.rrespondent.)
"Ut them nloue (or iho present,'
This sums up the latitude of James
M. Cox, demotatiric WU-r, toward lh
repuhlican ndmlnislrutloit, as given In
an excliiRive lntervlf;- with the I'nlt
ed I'ress. fox In in.favor of giving the
administration .rhunm to "make
l oocl." "Tho omltr had enough pn.
liilcal caliol.iKe during the lat-t term of
1'resldeiit Wilson," he said. 'There
will be pleniy of lime for tho demo
crats to perform their function of op.
position party after tho republicans
have had an opportunity to demon
strate their rapacity for running the
ciiohh m "filers oitokitiov.
WAHHI.VriTO.Y, May 13. (I. !.)
David Jayne Hill was tentatively se
leoled us ninhaBsador to Japan, nr.
cording to authoritative Information,
strong opposition is arising to Hard
ing's selection of Jacog Could Kchur.
man as minister to riilna.
s! LONDON, Slav 12.
EJ story of heroic Belf-'sacriflce and de
Ejvotlon has reached England from tho
" leper village of Chandag, India, where
El Mary Reed, a solitary white woman
Si missionary, ts giving her life to mln
El Istry to the sufferings of her fellow
S j lepers,
S! News of her Isolated life was
E! brought back by Mr. Oldriove, organ
El Izing secretary of the Mission to Lep-
: erS wno nas Just returned from a
70,000 mile Journey visiting all the lep
cr colonies in India.
Angus M. Gills to Watts & Koger
$1.00. Dot y, Block 4, Athena.
John (. Mathlson to J. S. Johns $1.
Farm I'nit "A" or ,SK 1-4 N"V 1-4 SK
1-4 and Farm I'nlt "A" or SV 1-4
Sec. 28. Tp. 5, N. Ii. 88.
K. U. Durkheinw.r to J. McNatuee
$3150. Dot 2 Mock "E" Jacobs Addi
Nearer the Top
Each dollar paved is another step higher on the lad
der of future Independence.
Ary nan can earn money, but only he who can save
Is the KtiC'ieMF-ful man.
No ma'lei how small 5'oiir first deposit might be,
you owe It to yourself to start saving now small be
ginning., ieeome big endings and y welcome your
account. We pay 4 per cent on Term Savings Ac
couh'.H uiid Iho interest is paid semi-annually.
lodcj). ndrni-c is what our
forefathers fought for
lt' what jou should sar for
tivt a l-ilx-rty ludl Jiank
and Hnrt today.
Ttielnland Empire Bank
1 i She was Fat
Thirty years ago Miss Iteed went
into this desolate spot in the Himalay
as, 6000 feet above the sea level, offer
ing herself to the leper cause. Al
though a victim of the malady, she Is
still able to carry on her spiritual Work
among these afflicted like herself.
Miss Reed seldom sees white people
Tor her station Is SO miles from the
nearest railway line. There are 46
women lepers In the community and
19 men in the men's refuge a short
distance away. i
Accorulng to Mr. Oldrleve, thPrc
I are 200,000 lepers In India. "At pres. j
I ent," he declared, "it Is not ngnt to
i ray that any cure for leprocy has been
PRETTY CilHI-S l
ji AxnsoMi: houses auk
1 EATI UES WITH JUG SHOW
MADRID. May 12. (A. P.) Farm
ers' associations of Spain are demand,
lug that the government setup iand
hanks to loan them money at reason-
thle rates to purchase modern machln-
cry and fertilizers. They say the ten
ant farmers now have to borrow cash
from usurers who often churgo as
high at 250 per cent.
This leaves the farmer so poor that
ho cannot afford to buy tho Imple
ments for deeper ploughing necessary
Carrier pigeons are being ' used by
drug rniugglers to transplant nnrcnt.
ics. This was discovered when recent
Htorma f,.rr.wl ... ... .
i 'iniii hi r argo, ;omi
Dakota, a bird unon lm
slr ipi cd two aluminum capsules con
taining cocaine, other pigeons, simil
arly "loaded," have been found In" II II
nols and Minnesota.
Evidence that can he verified.
Fact is what we want,
"pinion is not enough.
Here's n Pendleton fact.
You can test It. ..
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nouD-J K"t nd folio
-ng mf dirt-rtiona of KiWui
b. in thr nontha. No
;! t arfilc, draatlva.
u-rtiaaita, Ktlnbtc Rfitt- i
fat wlf-tra-'.tnwnl. Marf
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If. lnRtinirlf, 19 (o ff puanda. Ptm$ titrritr a4
rtmmm ml Haf. pW(saat mcilmd, andnraatl by
phf.irana. UAAANrit. bur aortln tibum el
ftf arteflfltat'a i ftf 9P trm bro-l jra with rrnj
brtimuaiaia 'tummm a vna u plain ra.()pr) write u
fturasa Mfm9t M9f t( Mtf Aa Ntw Yrk
Pretty women on beautiful horses,
and educated horses at that, make un
attractive picture always. With forty
women on forty horses, all good look
ing, tho Howe's Great London f'jrcus
and Van Amburg's Trained Wild An
imals tho big combined show com
ing to Pendleton, Monday, May 16,
seeks to make a stir in a department
that is always popular. There are sev
en star bareback riding troupes with
this show, but the forty educated
horses referred to are high school
steeds, who do all sorls of steps, from
the fox trot to the latest variation of
the shimmy, nd now and then, Just
to Inject a thrill In their acts, the wo
men riders put their mounts over,S
steep Jumps on the hippodrome track, l5
which circles the three rings, the two
double arenas and the stage.
As for the bareback riders well,
they aro the best known In England
and America, to say nothing of two
South American families, who have
brought to the states. something new
In the equestrian line. Prelty girls
there. are In plenty In the "resin-back"
brigade with the Howe-Amburg show,
and, here's a secret, many of them will
be seen In the two-mile street parade,
for the management has put forth spe
cial Inducements to persuade tho saw
dust ring stars to take part In the
"march" this year.
"' ' "'""man, 301 s. Aura St., says:
hen I was living In lOinsas a year
"1d ,1 half agii I suffered fr,,m lno
to dry farming, to which 50,000,000 'ack, caused by the disordered condl
acres of land are devoted. Hon of my kidneys. At that time I
had a dull, heovv nchn In iho u,.,ii f
W1HEI.ESS PDA XT DEDICATED,
HIDDSHORO, May 1
my hack and I could hardly get up
when I was down. Mv .
if t, , . I frequently, causing me to et . m. manu
nv quarter ml'llion wireless plant of ,' ,,M1C, 1url"K tho night, 1 heard about
io Federal telegraph company was I " KM"V" 'ls and several bones
cured mo or tno attack. The pain left
my back and my kidne-vs acted Ilka
uie reoerai reiegrapn company whs
dedicated. Mayors of Portland and
Hillsboro, and slate officials, Were
present. The plant Is one of the larg
est and most powerful In the country.
It will handle business for Oregon,
Washington and Idaho. Tho plant oc
cupies 325 acres on the capital high
way, south of Portland,
Price 60c, ' at nil dealers. Don-t
miiuuv iisk ior tt kidney remedy-
I'ouns Kidney pillsthe
Mr. Dormnn bad.
Mfrs., Ituffalo, N.
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
CLEAN AND UNIFORM V '
I B. L. BURROUGHS-He Has It!