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YOU WILL FISD NEW BARGAIN SURPMSES DISPLAYED EVERY DAY. NEW
WASH FABRICS FOR SUMMER DRESSES; new summer fabric-
are coming to us cadi day and our assortment of Voiles and Ginghams are far better than
PECIALLY LOW DURING OURMAY SALES.
they have been in the past seasons and the fabrics are .PRICED ES-
'.v. WAV.. ''.'.':
DAILY EAST OREGONIATT. rSIIDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18,1021
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All 0h-r Ppf-imA. VU
Walls Nulla linl
1. flint mil
Sail 1Sh1. Iln Miuul
IhMim. Itrinl Itrcf. ttwihil limit.
MlllOnl llHIII, 'mit(Ht Sii-tii.
sinful to imr iirtler.
Vrwh JiTxry lilk. ,
Klrn MJU llrvntl Xuf ail.
New Dress Or
candies 65c to
45 Iik Ii ilrvss mgundy with
M-'HIIUH1lt finish, in all the
season's rotors mid also In
white ,'liwsc are Imported
fionl .Switn-rlnml anil arc
spl.iulld tallies at. Ml. Sl.fto
.tn and 40 in. organdies
white and few in colors,
range in rki"s from 65e to
SI.S5 per jard. , . ' ; ;
New Beach Suit
ing, yd. COc
S6 indies vide, ami e
show tlicm in a rool ratine
f shades. Thrr arc cii
ally suitah: ror making
summer suits ami skirts.
Priced, a ard , (c
40 in. Handsome
Voiles 19e to 71e
40 in. fine grade dross
voiles, lM'antifnl in design and
color. Fabrics I hill w ill -lie
much in demand throughout
the ImK Mininicr season.
We have two as
sortments that Ave
have priced specially
LOT 1 Includes all voiles
that are priiisl to sell nt tl.V
to "5c May Sale Sxvlul. a
l'.OT 2 This assort mi nt of
voiles is prieiil to sell iTSiti
larly at from 8.V to $1. '-".
May Sale Special, yard . . 7 lo
Other splendid tallies from
$l.r upward to $2.50.
Fine Dress Ging
hams, 1. 19e
Almost every woman In
town knows all alioul our v
splendid values in (Jlniiliums.
Jinny new gingham patterns
are added to our already M
assortment or l'rencli ging
hams. Sea Island silk tissue
iiiii:rli:nu and fine Ainerlcnu
wphyr Kiimliams. ltonutifiil
"clieeks. plniiis, stripes and
pl.iin colors niv shown, 27,
Si and ; ini'lies wide.
Priced specially low
during our May Sales,
a yard 19c, 23c, 29c,
upwards to, 89c.
Rain or Shine
Just arilied liy express
from New York a 'shipment
v of new plaid rain or shine
umbrellas, I'nshlouahlo dur
ing spiini; showers and sum
mer sunshine.. JIade Willi
eight rilihctt frame, the new
leather strap or rliiB liaiullcs.
coverotl with beautiful qual
ity silk III handsome plaid
A special lot on sale
al bargains at.. 59.98
Rain or Shine
Silk Umbrellas 4
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
.We liaco sclKteil rrom our slock ll
(Mills. hroUen llm-s. etc,, of Mill's SIiimk
and hate placed I In in on sale at tin
most rciitarknlil) low price of
This sale Includes tallies up l
It's the ui'ciih-st sliiK- sali IViiiJIeKm Iihn
seen i!i ,ear. Nearly eiciy deslrahlc
si le Is included, iind iH ft nearly,
any foot. The lies! of styles, the liest of
imil.c. the hest of leathers. It's a won
dci Till oxHiiiiily lo sine on fiol( Ihhi
est shoes, ' '
ow Is the time lo liny, t'ome In lo
uiomiw first chohv I. ul lnt.
Visfl, the Merchants' and Manufactur
ers' Carnival May 26 and 27. x
KNMXIWX CiLILTEST DEPART fKI miRS
s.ixiin wM5.rc. i B-WT s 1U TRADE
Visit the Merchants' and Manufactur-
ers' Carnival May 26 and 27.
"That Tired Feeling" Often
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ALONG about this time of year a man finds his motor-
ing neighbors getting anxious about their tires.
With folks expecting old tires to "pop" any minute,
thre comes the question of what kind of new ones to buy.
U. S. Tires are answering a lot of questions like this
The U. S. Tire following embraces two kinds of
Those who started with quality first, and have never
bought anything else but the quality standard tire.
Those whocame to quality first only after dabbling
with "bargains," "rebates," "job lot" and "surplus stock"
Getting one hundred cents value on the dollar in tire
buying is a straight-forward business proposition not
guess-work or a game of wits.
The most essential man for you to know today is the
local U. S.Tire dealer who is concentrating on a full,
completely sized line of U. S. Tires.
Ha gets his U. S. Tires straight from his neighboring
U. S. Tire Factory Branch one of 92 such Branches
established and maintained allpver the country by the
U. S. Tire makers.
He is the man who can give you fresh, live tires not
stuff shipped to him from some point where it did not
sell, hut new tires of current production.
Giving the same quality, selection and price-advantage
to the owner of the medium weight car as the big car
owner gets. With equal service and buying opportunity
whether he lives in the smaller localities or the greater
centers of population. ,
THE U. S. NOBBY TREAD
Where the going is specially heavy with snow,
mud or Band, in hilly country where maximum
traction on the road is a factor, no other tire
tread yet devised is qujte so effective, or sa
wholly approved by motoring opinion, as tha
U. S. Nobby Tread.
Its very simplicity two diagonal rows of ob
long studs, interlocking: in their (TTip on the rond
is ths result of all the years of U.S. Rubber ea
penenca with every type of road the world over.
"Th miW efHiI man for
ynu to know today m th tira
bvnea j youf locsl U. i,
Western Auto Co.
rh'one 530 ' Water and Cottonwood .
XKW YOHlt, May IS. (Hnrhl U.
Jarohs, V. V. Staff (.'orrespondt'iit. )
American industry shutild be main
tained in the suite degree of irn
I'arednrss for war an the urtuy and
nacy, according to Hemaid M. iraruch.
The modern application of iJeorite
W'iUihins(ona admenthni "in time of
peace prepare for war'' is explained
by Harwich in his book, "American In
dustry in the War," which la in effect
a report of the vsar Industries Board,
of which he was rhnirman. Baruth
lauUcs lhee Miigostiuna:
A peace-time skeletonized organiza
lion ulon the same lines iu the War
Industries board should lie eKlabli: hed
to provide congress with accurate and
complete information regarding all in
dustries, ;and to form the nucelus of a
new board in case of another war.
The government should encourage
and assist In development of the pro
ductton of certain essential materials,
used both In war nud peace, which
have been virtual monopolies in other
countries in the past.
Manufacturers should be prevailed
upon to maintain under ovei imieut
supervision the skeleton organizations
In certain departments throiurh' which
rapid manufacture of inanitions and
war materials could be developed.
"Thero should be established a
Peacetime-skeleton organization fol
lowing the lines of the War Industries
f'oard," JSaruch says.
"It should bo bended by a chairman
who Hhould have associated with him
tho chiefs of tho centralized purchas-
-t ins bureaus of the Army, of the Navy.
and of any other Government depart
ment which nilKht bo called upon to
make large purchases in case of war.
To fhnctlon under the several principal
divisions there should be selecled
about r,0 chiefs of commodity sections.
Earn chief of a commodity section
would name a comilittee to represent
the industry under his charge. The
committees' of the different industries
could meet separately as occasion re
quired. Tho main organization should
meet in general conference at least
once a year,
"During the war the country wes
constantly threatened with tt shortage
in available supply of nitrogen, man-
I Kuuvve, chrome, tungsten, dyestuffs,
coaltar derivatives, and several other
essential materials. ' These materials
had always been imported. The Gov
ernment should devise some systrth for
protecting and stimulatinjr their in
"Under tho supervision of the proper
departments of the Government, cer
tain wit Industries should be en
couraged to maintain skeleton organi
zations through which they could de
velop tho f lipid manufacture ot guns,
mnnitjohs, airplanes, and other direct
military equipment. This might be
done in some cases through Govern
ment purchases of factories, In others
through the placing of sufficient or
ders to permit the, owners to keep the
plants In existence.
"Theso measures nre suggested as
direct methods nf Insuring against
some of the bx-avy losses and unfor
tunate delays "Which the country ex
perienced in the process of converting
Its induMrles from a peace to a war
basis. .They Involve- very small current
expenditures, but are capablo of being
instruments nf saving many millions
of dollars in an emergency."
Uegardlng the advantages and dis
advantages of huge Industrial organi
zations, .llaruch says:
- "The country wilquite, properly do- ;
mnnrl I ho vigorous enforcement of all
proper measures for the suppression j
of unfair competition and unreason
able restraint of trad". Hut this es-,
sentially negative polic y of curbing
vicious practices should In the public j
interest, be supplemented by a positive :
program, anil to this end the ex peri - j
ene of the War Induslric Hoard
points to the desirability of Investing1
sorne Government agency, perhaps the
department of Commerce or the Fd-
Ulicn you are tirotl without fjood
cause, 1,'uk ambition and feel out
of sorts generally, you may bo
heading straight for a ik4t spell.
TltAtu, ....... ..I ... n ft
ihow tho -whole system, ,lWfil1
C3j)cciully tho hlood, is EkHaJii&tfSkJ
Don't -wait 'till you are
nick in bed. Almost ev
ery ailment can bo wtird
hI cfT if Attended to in BUan..'
time. Any doctor will tell yon that
Start at once to drive impurities
front your nystcm and help enrich
your circulation w ith famous S.S.S.,
the vegetable blood tonic
of fifty years' standing.
Get S.S.S. from your
druprfrlst today, and wriU
about your condition to
Chief Medical Adviaor,
847 Swift Laboratory, .
era! Trade commiauion with conslruc
llve as wi ll us tH'jiiinitiril powers.
".Such a plan should provide n way
of approu( htrg industry, or rather of
Inviting Industry to approach the Oov.
eminent, (in it friendly spirit, with
view to help nnd not to hinder. It Is
recommended that such practices ir
cooperation anil co-ordination In In
dustry as have been to be clearly or
public benef. t should be stimulated
and encouraged by a Government
agency, whi.-h at the same time'
would be clothed with the power and
charged with the responsibility of
standing watch against and preventing
WORM HAS TU
NEW ORDER HHUHED
SI'llIXnriKl.n, Ills., May IS. fn
r.)-The worm his turned Hecre
lary of state has iinmted urlicles of In
corporation In the "ITnlled Goat of
America, '"whose purpose Is
nuce of the (due laws." '
I 9 " . ..w-s ' rr i si i ii ,.ii iii.'ji , , ,,,2 il
1 3 mj& I
IS your kitchen uticomfort.
ably warm and does it re.
quire constant effort to keep it
tfean and tidy?
Or are you one of the thou
sands of happy women who
delight to work in a cool, shin
ing kitchen with a gopd,t4
A good oil cookstove is easy
to operate brings a steady in
tensa heat concentrated direct
ly on the cooking.
For best results use Pear!
Oil the clean economical ker
osene that is refined and re
refined by a special procesn.
Sold by dealers everywhere
Order by name Pearl Oil.
S'l ANDARD OTI. COMPANV
HEAT AND LIGHT