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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, .OREGON, . THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1921.
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REMNANT DAY witlhis mean a sale not only of yaitiajm'ffoods an'd materials but all ODl) LOTS of merchandise, discontinued lines and broken assort
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mcnts. liihii MUM GO, regardless of their former selling; prices. The value of these specials to our customers lies not only in the low prices, but in the
fact. that the merchandise is of Standard Quality. Here are opportunities for the prudent buyer to make many valuable purchases. Til E REDUCTIONS I
ARE GENEROUS. RE SURE TO COME AND COME EARLY.
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Women's Pure Silk and Fi
lre Hose, a pair 49c
Sultana silks, women s mire silk
and fibre hose of superior quality.
mercerized lisle; elastic top, double (
heel, soles and toes; black and cor
dovan; all sizes. -
Sale Price, a pair .v. 49c
Women's and Children's
Ruster Rrown Hose,
Buster Brown's Hose are insured
against all imperfections. They
wear with superior resistance, and
are made from high grade long
staple cotton, all sizes. Colors,
white, black and cordovan. .
Sale Price, a pair . 24c
Kayser's Silk Top Union
Suits for Women, Suit $2.49
Kayser's quality'silk top union
suits at decided bargain price. Get
your season's supply now of these '
beautifully 1 finished garments,
Shown in flesh and white, bodice
and band top style, with ' tight
knees, all sizes from 34 to 44. These
are our regular values from $3.25
Sale Price, a suit $2.49
Renfrew Valley Falls Shirt
ing, Yd. Half Price 341-2c
i Short lengths, running from 5 to
15 yards to piece; handsome shirt
stripes," in excellent quality, 69c yd.
is our regular price. We do not cut
pieces at this price.
Sale Price, a yard . . . , . . . 34 c ;
ALL REMNANTS AT i
t HALF PRICE '
Remnants of cotton goods, ,
woolen materials and silks.
You will find many of these
remnants an useful lengths
and you can supply your
.needs now at 1-2 Price.
Good Weight Rath Towels, .
-k Eai'll 49c j
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Summer time and bathing time
calls for an added supply of towels.
Full bleached, hemmed' and a very
serviceable bath towel, can be had
now at a very moderate price, Good
generous sizes 19x38 and 23x44.
They are our regular 09c values.
Sale Price, each 49c
Splendid Quality JIuck
Towels, each 22c
Heavy weight; we)l made in a
good big size 18x36; good for indi
vidual use and for hotel uses; soft
and absorbant. They are regular
values to 35c, , , , ,
Sale Price.. each 22c; dot ,$2.50
Women's Silk and Cliamoi
sette Gloves, a' pair 89c '
They are all "Kayser" and "Ni
agara Maid" quality gloves, 2
clasp and elbow length, and a few
slip on styles, colors in black and
white. f :
Sale Price, a pair 89c
36 INCH NAINSOOK
Yard 13c;. 2 Yards for 25c '
36 in. Nainsook, soft finish, ;
'white tonly, about' 250 yards to "
sell at this price.
36 INQI LONG CLOTH
Yard 13c; 2 Yards for 25c
36in.( Long Cloth, about 200
yards to offer at this price, good
for making of underwear and
petticoats, etc. .
Sale Price, yd. 13c; 2 yds. 25c
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Clothes are the womans
"' medium of self
Women of uiKpieslioned taste know of no more
positive way of indicating their personality and
their individuality than in the garments they
'. .Garments selected at this store will express your indi
viduality and personality.
NEW SPRING COATS
Which do you prefer which do you need a coat for semi
dress wear or a sport coat? You must have one ! Not a good
kind missing here. But don't stop at buying ONE coat
you'd be surprised how many folks are buying TWO. Buy
because we've priced ours so reasonably $9.85 to $68.50
Standard Fancy Tickings i
Half Price, Yard 34 l-2e
Short lengths. -We do not cut
pieces at this price. Pieces run
from G to 15 yds, 32 in. wide,
feather proof. .You will find a
' splendid assortment of fancy
striped and floral patterns to
choose from; regular price GOc
yard. ; , I )'VM y
Sale Price, yard 31 : l-2c
, SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S SHOES
Values up to $15.00. Your Choice for
; rma.c cseatest dcparxent ugrz
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WWZRC IT pays to TRADER PFig
Visit the Merchants' and Manufactur
ers' Carnival, at Happy Canyon,
May 26th and 27th. '
NEWS OF FARM
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DAHO POULTRY AND
v; .;JQ!N OREGONCIUBS
j&datiois ; of Two; Sister States
to be Closer as ' Eesult of
Action by Farm Bureau.
; Poultry and dairy Interests In Ore
son and Idaho were drawn more
rli&oly 1 ok el her at tlife meeting of the
Idaho Elate Farm Bureau at Boise
Wld lam week, according to Bruce
l-wipaon, state manager of the Wash-
r'ifigtoa Cooperativ Wheat Growers'
tmociation who was in Pendleton yes-I-
rday on Jnis "way home.
, Action Utluin at Lhe meetini at Boise
resulted In the Idaho poultry breeders
joining the Oregon Poultry Producers'
juwciatlon. The move will result in
the work of the eastern part of Oregon
(uid the western and southern pari of
. , The same will be true of diary work
.affecting the two stales. The Idaho
-Xliaryrorn will align themselves with
the Oregon Dairymen's league. Ac
tion was also taken in which the T'tah
-Feed association was endorsed. This
.organization Is a cooperative body
firmed to sell seed grown by farmers
, 'Weeds Few Ttils Year. There are
but few weeds in Umatilla county this
yr.'. The grain has grown so well and
lhe stand is so high that weeds are no
thick. Small weed growth Is one of
the advantages gained from early
plowing. , '
' jllg Crap KxPrte1l.Mllton expects
-. big strawbwr' crop this year. The
ptunis are looking tine and there is a
terce acreage. It Is thought that the
berries will be ready to pick by June
I. All danger of fruet is past and the
erp -proepecta are exceptionally fav
rable. . .
CHIEF JUSTICE WHITE
For Tears He Conducted Game
Fight Against Physical Disa
bility, Staying by Hi3 Work.
TVASHIN'OTOX, Jlay 19. CHerbert
W. Walker, V. P. Staff Correspondent)
Chief Justice Edward Douglas
White died at 2 a. tn., unaroused from
the coma into which he sank late
Tuesday after an operation perform
ed the preceding Friday. Mrs. White
and two nieces, Anne Montgomery
and Mary Broussard, were at his bed
side. A Catholic priest was present
Justice White was 7 yenrs of age.
For more than 27 years he was on
the supremo court bench. He had
been chief Justice since 1910.
Eyesight and Hearing Fa0od.
Ofilv three weeks sco White deliv
ered a vigorous partial dissent from
the opinion of his colleagues In the
government's prosecution of Senator
Truman H. Newberry of Michigan.
For years White had conducted a'
Kasne fight against physical disability,
staying by the work he loved when a
jless determined man would have re
j White was TS and his years told on
his eyes and ears. In reading the
numbers of cases he called, he bent
close to the page and often had to ap
peal to Juki ire McKenna or Holmes
who sat beside him on the-bench.
Herred As Ijoulsfan Senat'r.
White was ejected to the Inuisiana
state senate in 1874, and appointed as
sociate Justice of the state supreme
court four years later.
In list he took his seat In the Unit
ed States senate, but he never finish
ed his six-year term. In IBM Presi
dent Cleveland appointed him to the
L'nUed .States supreme court.
: IN 'ROUND-UP' CITY
(East Oregonlan Special.) .
XOLI.V, May 19. Among the Pen
dleton business visitors today were
Earl Massev and Chas. Dallas.
H. S. Perrln drove some cattle
through Nolln this morning on their
way to the summer range at McKay
A surprise parly will he given Fri
day night on Harlcy Welztino. who
lives foor miles north of Xoiin. Young
Welztine graduated from the eighth
grade this spring.'
James Beard, Nolln merchant, vis
ited In the west end of the county yesterday.
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" WASHINGTON',' May 19. (17." P.)
Coronet Oeorge Harvey, the Ameri
can ambassador to London, will at
tend a meeting of the supremo coun
ell which Is to' take up the Silesian
boundary dispute, was definitely stat
ed at the stnto department.
OFF WITH THE OLD, ON WITH THE NEW.
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VNIVEItSITY OF ORE(OX, ' J3u
gene, May 19. The University of Ore
gon high school is now housed In Its
now building, which will bo formally
dedicated May 27 and which has al
ready created much Interest in Oregon
communities that are planning school
buildings in the. (iiture, ' . . i
The building wns constructed for
a maximum of 200 students at an ap
proximate cost of $80,000. It Is a brick
ktrnrt nrA nf the one-Hlorv tvnn hprtim-
Ing so popular In mild climules In the
past few years.
Th building contain! six class
rooms, three being f.ufficiently large to
be used ns roll rooms, on auditorium
two laboratories, a typewriting booth.
a library, an art studio, outdoor gym
nasium, boys and girls shower and
dressing rooms, lnvorntory rooms,
teachers' office, principal's ofrlce, sup
ply rooms and play porch.
The rooms are arranged on either
side of a long hall running the lenglh
or the building. All rooms open on
this hull with the exception of tho art
studio, gymnasium and dressing rooms.
This feature makes tho supervision of
tho hulls a relatively simple matter.
At the middle of tho building this Imll
In traversed by a short hall giving the
building n front and rear entrance.
Among the most convenient features
of the building is the roomy sudltor-
liiin with a seating capacity of about
-Hi. The auditorium is equipped at
one end with a tinge suitable for the
production of plays and operettas and
at the other with a standard fireproof
moving picture booth, A moving pic
ture machine and a combination bal-'
optica n will be used for the program
of visual Instruction which Carl It.
Douglas, Educational Director of the
flchool, and the teaching staff, have
been developing. Dramatics, the pro
duction of short original plays, find
other types of oral English, have been
made a feature nf the English work of
the school and the stage and auditor
ium will furnish the desirable labora
tory for this work.
One Is forced to ask "why not"?
when shown the teachers' office plan
ned for the se of women teachers when
not engaged In the classroom.
Adjoining this room ! g kitchenette
equipped with gs (la4e. sink and cup.
bourds.' j , ,'..
Tho library is light.' Spacious ad
Cheerful.1 Three long Tiak study ta
bles are surrounded with chairs, most
of which aro occupied thoroughout the
day. Shelving Is placed on three sides
to accommodate approximately 3.600
A fenture worthy of Inlorest to small
high schools offering courses In typo,
writing Is the commercial room, part
of this room Is set off by a glass par
tltlon for a seating capacity of ten to
twelve operators. Here small groups
of typewriting students may practice
under the incidental suitervislon of tho
instructor who will hold clussea In
other commercial subjects In the main
portion of tho room. This plan Is lit
use In Ontario, (Oregon), nnd ohe or
two other smaller cities nnd works as
well in practice as In theory, .
A large outdoor , gymnasium ' with
circus seats along ono side Is connect,
ed with the main building by n cover,
ed porch. Here regular Instruction in
physical education may bi.glven the
year through and basketball and In
door tennis may bo scheduled. In the
main building aro largo shower nnd
dressing rooms for boys and for girls,
One of the features most likely to
seem unusual in the art studio. The
study Is a Inrge room equipped with
cabinets, work tables, benches, chairs
and sinks, snd with apparatus for pot.
iery. weaving, drawing nnd kindred
The clussrnnnuj have blackboard
Placed on three sides, (here being nil
hoard on fhe side from ' which the
Two laboratories are placed near
the middle of the building one for
physical nnd ono fur biological science.
These are nlclo by side end are con
nected tfy doors. Cabinets are built lit
op all sides except In , front where
blackboard space for instruction Is
provided. The demonstration and
laboratory tables were also built, ef
fecting an economy at no expense of
efficiency. " i .
The lavoratnry rooms are on the
main floor, there being, no basement.
That for the boys Is located next te tho
offlco of tho prlncipnl anil that for
tho girls next to the office for the tarty
teachers. . .
! ins long witjo nains a pleasing leu
ture. It Is easy to supervise and faclll.
tales rapid passing to nnd from any
part of the building to any other,