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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1021.
YOU WILL FIND NEW BARGAIN SURPRISES DISPLAYED EVERY DAY, NEW
are coming to us each day and our assortment of Voiles and Ginghams are far better than
PENALLY LOW DURING OUR MAY SALES.
WASH FABRICS FOR SUMMER DRESSES; new summer fabrics
they have been in the past seasons and the fabrics are PRICED ES-
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New Dress Or
gandies 65c to
4.1 Inch itrvss oivxntly with
permanent finislb in nil the
Sanson's foiurs r.lHt also lit
white. TIiom nro iiuiHii'ttil
lllllll Swlt1'rlailll HIIll !
splt-mliil values nt. yd. HI.SO
uii1 -40 in. organdie
wlilU' hiI u few In tiilors,
riitiuc in prices front 05c In
SI. 25 HT anl.
New Beach Suit
in ji, vd. 60c
;IH liirlifs wftlt, tint wo
show thnii in n cmn! runut
;if hivUs. Tluy Hit iMM-i-itlly
Miilahlt rH making
uniiiirr suits and skirts.
I'ritt1!. n a nl ilk."
40 in. Handsome
Voiles 49c to 7 lc
40 ill. fine (trade dress
voiles. IhkiiIIIiiI in design ami
color, l'ubrics tlmt will lio
much in demand tln-oiiirlitxit
llio lint summer season.
We have two as
sortments that we
have priced specially
l.OT t Includes nil viilles
tlmt are iiritiil t sell lit '.'
to ".'ic. May Sale SHvinl. a
LOT 2 This assortment f
voiles is priced to M-ll rricu
laily al from Sac to SI. .'".
.May Salr Special, jnrd.. 71-'
Other nl-ii(li)l mines from
SI.JS upward to S2.SU.
Fine Dress Ging
hams yd. 19c
AhnoM oi-i-v woman in
tifwn knows all iiImmiI our
splendid yHtuf- In tiiiiuhiims.
Many new plimliani patterns
arc mlihil to mir already 1'Vl
asxirtnu'iits of Crouch tiinsr
Iniins. Son l-lanii silk tim"
uiiiilhnm anil fint American
ophir isliisrhams. lliauliful
clu-oks. iilaiils. stripes anil
plain colors an- shown, 2",
32 and :!(! inches wide.
Triced specially low
during our. May Sales,
a yard 19c, 23c, 29c,
upwards to S9c.
Rain or Shine
.Inst niTiutl liy cxm'
from Now York a shipment
of new plaid rain or shine
umbrellas, I'asliionalilo tlur
iiiK spring showers anil .sum
mer snnshiiH'. .Made wltii
riliht i'IIiIhhI fiaino, th ni'W .
Ii-atht-r hi rii i or rin haiullrs.
itivt'i-nl with braulil'ul muil
ity silk In liaiidsoinc iilaid
A special lot on sale
al bargains at. . $9.98
Rain or Shine
Made with eight
ribbed frame, cord or
ring handles, covered
with black, navy blue,
green and purple silk.
A Special lot on sale
al bargains at . . $4.98
1 ( J III II W Ki
DASHING STYLES IN
Chic, trim models that will be i
conspicuous by their beauty,; WOMEN'S WHITE FOOTWEAR
yet without even a suggestion We now have a good assortment of white rainskin and kid
of jraudiness. And they're bv low shoes which are cf the ,,est quality obtainable ancl carry
style which is beyond criticism and at prices you will admit
Make your selections at once, while stocks are at their bost.
far the most practical and com
fortable sorts w e've ever seen.
A splendid assortment here, contain
ing styles and sizes for every age and
build. They're worth more than their
Children's $1.49 to $3.00
Women's . . $6.30 to $12.50
White Ivid Oxfords, (iiMxljcnr writ,
military lni'ls. price M2.ni)
White Kid Pinups, turn soles,
l'rriieli heels, price XU.riO
White liaiie-kin Oxfoiils. iiKMl.ii ar
welt, iinitution tips, military lircls.
White Kaiirskin Oxfords, tiootlye.ir
well, imitation tip. military heels.
White Hneli Oxfords, flexihle .sole.-.
military heels. Trice
While Kaliiskin Tump. Im
I'rench Ini-ls with strap. I
While Kain-kin I'limii-. ;nodyrar
welt, l'renell lul ls. Triie SS.iM)
MOTHERS! DO YOUR CHILDREN NEED
If you do, here is a timely oppor
tunity to buy them a supply of
stylish little dresses to last through
the entire summer at a total cost of
a very few dollars.
Your choice is not confined to
one or two models either, for in this
collection there is a great variety of
dainty little dresses for school, play
and dress occasions in organdies,
madras, ginghams, white and col
ored wash eoods and other light,
cool warm weather fabrics. Don't
IK VOI K 1-T.r.T AC11I-: AM) l'.UV of yon haie callouses, iT your ri-et tin
easily, if .1011 haie fallen or broken arches, call at our shoe deartnieiit, we haw
railuate specialists to .-cre .1011.
8,i"" i you think these prices very reason- r)Lp$
1.38 to 8.50
MEN'S SHOE SALE
Wonderful Values at $4.95.
PEOmCNS 62EATEST BEPAJfTTAENT 5ICRS
r-if -T i , TiT !
tmaWHERE IT PAYS TO THADE
VISIT THE CARNIVAL
May 2tith and 27th.
(Hast Oregonian Special.)
HEHMISTON. May 17 Thf larsest
crowd that ev r appparcd in the Her
miton Aud ,oriim va here Thurs
day ex'enlns to s.tteii'l thp "Get-togeth-ther
xocial". The program was well
carrird out and of a sort of "cateh-aH-caich-can"
style, and aftpr each num
hr, unl(ue in itsoll. everyone ncemed
t wonder what would be next. Some
music and sons were interspersed with
races and contests of skill and Judg
ment as well as a few mock trials.
At ahem 11 o'clock lunch was served
consisting of weiners. buns, doughnuts
and totfee, iv'th plenty of real Jersey
cream and :!!iuar, after which every
body met everyl'ody; the-cast confer
red with the west and the nortH with
the south i' ml vice-versa t il about j
midnight when all wended their way;
homeward Roping soon to see another j
such "so! -together" meelinst. j
Ixivers of astronomy had a chance
to get thi treat of their lives Saturday (
night shortly before 10 o'clock, and i
those w ho were out at that time wit- j
nessed the greatest celestial demon- :
uration Aurora Horealis has presented j
for a lone time. About nine the
Xorthern lights appeared as usual, and i
after half an hour or so of streaks j
shoorine- to the renitn. as Aurora us-1
eally does when she gets ''funny", the
ral phenomena .began, it .appeared I
that several streaks from the different I
angles arrived abnut the same lime at
the zenith, intermixed, cut many beau
tiful figures in soft sold, then the dif
ferent colors of the rainbow appeared
in many fantastic dances till finally all
faded away in the soft moonlight. It
was n sipht to feast your eye:; on ami
the oldest settlers say they never saw
anything like it before.
On the Hermiston project I he first
irrigation is over and some are well
under way with the. second, t'rnps are
looking Hue, tiinut;:) much trhrat Brass
appears in I he hay this .season. The
apple crop will be small, as the heavy
frosts took much of the fruit, yet ap
ple men believe the crop will be about
as much as the trees can earrv as they
The Bee Hive
"A Store of
The Bee Hive
The superior merchandising service of The Bee Hive store adds nothing
to the cost of one's purchases. The advantageous circumstance of owning
our goods at THE RIGHT PPJCE is passed on to our patrons in the form of
We have received some new pat
terns in Dinnerware of the best qual
ity, you will like them, for two rea
sons, one the Quality and the other
Cut Glass Water Sets (one jug and
six glasses) in two cuttings, the
grape, and daisy, you will like them
at, set $2.50
THESE AKE TRULY EXCEP TIONA LVALUES
Perfection lloir Nets at Toilet Soap at the
each JOc cake
Talcum Powder at 17c
tc (Including war tax).
have not fully recovered from tliej
heavy freeze of l'.ili. many being yet
i weakly and some cy'.ng now, at this
l5ite date, many of which bore a crop'
j of fruit last season, and seerningly'ex-i
j haasted themselves in producing th-tr
; 1920 crop. Aphis are quite plentiful
this season and spraying for the codrll. I
I ing moth Is in full swing, many adding
I'bick Leaf "40" to the arsenate to get
; the aphis and other sap-sucking mer
mint. ! A large number of trees have been
planted here this season in the trcc
! planting contest with bonrdman, and
I If the same spirit of thrift will ron
! tlnu" for a few years we would have
: both sides of all highways lined with
i shade and ornamental trees, l.el the
j good work go on.
I Louis Mossle of Sfanficld was down
' .Sunday visiting at the home of his
I brother L'bcr D. Mossle.
Last week, through the K. I'. l'odd
1 agency. .1. A. Yeager, now a teacher
in the Adams school but formerly of
this project, sold his improved 20 acres
miles north of town to . I'ollard,
recently from Canada. Mr. and Mrs.
I'ollard immediately took possession,
i bought a housekeeping outfit and are
' now learning to ' herd water" with
the ret of the projectors. The consid
eration paid has not been made
i ,1. I). Watson came over from Walla
: Walla for Sunday with his family, re
i turning next morning to his work. Mr.
j Watson is bookkeeper for one of the
largest hardware dealers there and is
! kept pretty busy.
Satun'.av afternoon the palatial resi
1 deuce of "Ted" Hall was burned to thn
ground. "Ted" is one ot our Jovial
truck men and had a home in, town so
to be coiivnlent to his work, going
out to his fathers
demanded, and on Saturday left
in the : !ove and went his way. It ap
pears the chimney set fire to the roof
and soon the whole affair was ra'ed to
ih rnuml. It's too had for "Ted" ni
he had Inst room enough for
tt,.,c :,v he was about to build
Mr :iml Mrs. W. t . Flllp"t have
moved into the o. I). Burgess home on
the highway recently acuulrcd from
r.urgess In the exchange of their val- J
ley property. Mr. Kill pot also secured
the nutgess 20 acres two miles north
Mis Kc'ley Is here, visiting her sis-'
ler. Mrs. H'-.-irPaiok, who lives out on j
Ho' highlands north 'if town.
Concrete construction work on the j
basement of the new methodist rhnVch
I uibllng is progressing niceiy huh
will soon be ready for the sills and
The S-'wat the Fly campaign is on
here in earnest and everyone Intends
to prevent them from becoming us
populous as heretofore.
Oood permanent cement walks are
now completed on Main street- both
xldcs from the bank almost to Ihe
astern terminal of the street.
The Sliotwell Construction Co. have
the diagonal road completed about
half way out to the Columbia school
house, and as fast as the gravel Is
placed It Is wet down, spread and then
rolled down, putting It i" K'""1 shape
lor travel almost Immediately.
' wit H-uimlav night the Columbia
I ladies are to give an old-fashioned
lihince In the lliriniston auditorium.
I the proceeds to go towards the Colum
1 1I:( community center work, and ask
everyone to attend. Supper will be
j served free of charge by Columbia's
I best, cooks. ,
home as accasion j the mayor said. "First It was lilshop
Cauchon who had her burned; now It
is the government that brudgis her
little bit ot ribbon.-"
itnxT x)N i:msi)s m.mik
CHICACO, May 17. f A. IM Kent
Concessions as hn inducement to pros
pective tenants to tent an apartment
wore offered in Chicago today for t hi
first time In several years.
KHOi: COMIVWIIX jf.l!(;E
TKISTON, May 17. (V. '.) -A
merger of two of the largest Interests
in the shoo industry of tno Interna
tional Shoe company or St. Louis and
Ihe W. II. McKlwain company of llos
lon is iinnnunred. The combined
asset of the merged company's total
In, aoa. oaii.
Ijioit. are will Mdlim at imc.
luilf Ihelr regular Kltw.
that nukes hab iilgiogs
nit t aiils for rc. Vtlal
II, HHiMdcri'd ou cannot
Imi Mir pricv.
MercluuultNr of Su-
IpcrlallM- MeHt. wlittli-
thr prkv ! Iilfrh or
ii niall-r luit Ih article Is or the
price II M-ll- at it is li;.l. MI JtCHAN
lilM'.. Itclitml nhich we can honorably
-tMiid. Ant!iiit proiiiigr otherwise will
mi adjustment tending to inaln
tain ) nut- g,sl-lll and sitiiMigc-. IOC
Ml NT 111 !v l IM II II.
The Bee Hive
; hrr fiir Li'.
I'ionlo ISn-kds arc sHIIng for
1-2 prie. Xo hett'-r lime
(hail now P itct the one to
iim- on picnics.
Worth the .Mihh')"
a priMpiisito of all
nlerclianillM! ul thl'-
Impure Blood, Humors, Relief ir)
fiprins ailments are due to 1m."
pure. thin, devitalized blood.
Among them are pimples, boils,
other eruptions, catarrh, rheuma
tism, loss of appetite, that tired
feeling, nervousness and "all run
Hood's Sarsaparilla combines the
roots, barks, herbs, berries and
other inedicinals' that have been
found In many years of Intelligent
observation to be most effective In
the. treatment of these ailments.
Successful physicians prescribe
the same ingredients for diseases of
the blood, stomach, liver and kid
revs, and in cases where alterative
and tonic effects are needed.
Hood s Sarsaparilla is the spring
medicine that purilles, enriches and
revitalizes your blood, Increa-'ng
power of resistance to disease.
v For a laxative Uke Hoods I'ins.
THERE is a big differ
ence between Calumet
and all other Baking Powders.
First You sre it in the cost
Cal'imct is sold at a moderate
Then you observe it in
use. Calumet hns more than the
usual leavening strength, therefore
less is required.
Next you notice it in rais
ing quality in the evenness
lightness and trrfre of your bak
ings. They look tetter finer
"arsr sr tit
PI )P I IH ij 'J J iliia
TAMIS, May 17. (A
chiefly famous because
against tint English by
of Its defense ,
d"Aro. recently suggestetl tnrougn
Mayor Ijivlllo that Ihe l.tgion of
Honor should be given the city.
1'ublie officials and several newspa
pers commented that the s'.rge of Or
leans and Saint .It a tine's defense oc.
cuired before the birth of Napoleon
who founded the l.eglon of Honor.
The Mayor of Orleans turned the
tables on those w'ho smiled at his re
Oiicst by citing Instances where the
red ribbon was given lo comini morale
deeds also antedating the Legion.
' Jl'oor Jeanne never hud uny luck,"
Finally what a difference
in the taste. There is a delicious
ness, a goodness that can be bad In
no other manner. Biscuits, pies,
cakes, muffins, doughnuts never
were w tasty so Ell-satisfying.
And then there is the satis
faction of knowing that Calumet
is made in the World's largest, best
equipped and cleanest Baking Pow
Pound can of Cal'imctcontains full
16 otTSome bakingpowdrrs come in
12 oz. instead of hirra. car.s Besnro
you get a pound when you want It,
1 cups of sifted
pastry flour. 4
Powder. 1 level
teaspoon of salt,
2 rounaingta Die
spoons ot butter
milk, -'i cup of
water Then mix
in the regular