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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOON, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1021
Pendleton Agents for Ihitteriek Patterns and Publication; Gossard Corsets; Manhattan Shirts; Knox and Stetson Hats; Carliartt Overalls; Hart Sehaffncr &
Marx Clothes for Men and Boys'. The best for the priee, no matter what the price.'
WHOSE CLOTHES COST THE LEAST? '
Yours will if you get the quality that lasts; the style
that keeps shape the things you find, here in Hart
Sehaffnor & -Marx Clothes. Satisfaction, is guaranteed.
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It is surprising how care
fully every detail of these
suits is worked out. How
carefully the styles are de
signed to bring out women's
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A wonderful new thing has
been done by Butterick.
It is called the Dehor.
It adds to the pattern for your
U goods a pattern For your fingers
Y to go by.
It brings the skill and artistry
of the Paris salon to your sew
Just as easily as you could make
an apron before, you can make
the most exquisite evening gown
now, with the help of the Dehor.
All the problems of laying out,
cutting, putting together and fin
ishing are worked out for you.
will save you from fifty cents to ten dollars, according to the
expensiveness of your materials, on any dress you wish to make.
It is the greatest economy of the age for women who really
must dress well.
This invention is patented by Butterick and is to be had
only in Butterick Patterns.
As to see this wonderful
invention the Dehor at the
Butteric Pattern 'Department
best lines and there are
styles for slender, medium
and stout types.
The materials have been
selected with care and ad
apted to each particular
style. They are suits that
have been tailored with ex
treme care. An expert cus
tom 'tailor would find it dif
ficult to distinguish these
suits from those he makes.
The materials are many,
colors are the numerous fa
vorites of this season, and
all are made in the becoming
tailored and semi-tailored
styles favored by highest
Priced from $25 to $75
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Visit the Merchants' and Manufactur
ers Carnival, at Happy Canyon,
May 26th and 27th.
Visit the Merchants' and Manufactur
ers' Carnival, at Happy Canyon,
May 26th and 27th.
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ALBERT PRIZE OFFERED
- UNIVERSITY OP OREGON-. Eu
tene. May J9. Character, scholarship.
leadership these are the important
I virtues that are receiving encourage
ment at the University of Oregon from
J. H. Al'uert, of Salem, who is again
I offering a prize of twenty-five dollars
for the member of the graduating class
who possesses to the highest degree
theie three qualities In a strong and
blending combination that makes for
Choice Fresh Meats, No Frozen Stuff
BOILING BEEF 5c LB.
BEEF STEW.. 5c LB.
'MUTTON STEW 5c LB.
MUTTON STEAK 15c LB.
LEG OF MUTTON 13c LB.
ROUND STEAK 24c LB.
SIRLOIN STEAK ............. 25c LB.
CROSS RIB ROAST 18c LB.
PORK ROAST 22c LB.
Also an Abundance of Chickens VealT
AVINOXO LAKE, Ind., May 20. (A.
V.i -Commissioners to the Presbyteri
an general assembly gave ringing ap
plause to a message from Vice t'resl-
I dent Calvin Coolldgc, which was read
I day's proceedings here today. Mr.
I Coolidge's message was as follows:
I "Notification of the general assem
' bly of the Presbyteriun church to be
I held at Winona Lake is to me a mes
! sage of hppe and cheer. There are
here and there striking efforts made
j against every form of righteous au
thority, whether represented by the
church or by organized government;
but, their efforts will prove unavailing.
I "It Is a consolation to realize that
f every day in the year, every night.
every Sabbath, there are organizations
especially of a righteous nature, meet
ing all over our land, of men and wo
men dedicating themselves to a life
of obedience Vo righteous authority.
Against the holy movement, there Is
no power that can prevail.
AMERICAN OIL COMPANIES PLAN
TO INVADE FRENCH MARKET AGAIN
AND CUT PRICE OF GASOLINE
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Kuitrmcnt have been mado In thn
t haiiilirr of Deputies to the effect that
the consumer is paying one third high.
-r price under government control
limn under free trade, while the gov
ernment Is losing 13,000,000 francs
KID SPOKAXE OF I. W. VYs
SPOKANE. May 20. (A. P.) A
campaign to rid Spokane of the I. W.
W. is being undertaken by AV. A. Good
win of Portland, formerly of Spokane,
who addressed the Klwanls club hero
yesterday. He nsked the support of
Spokane citizens in his drive, which he
stated was being financed by himself.
"I already have a number of men
working for Americanism in the Inside
of the I. V. W. movement," Mr. God
win declared. "I ask support now
fro mthe outside."
Await With Keen interest Pas
sage of Petroleum Bill Now
Before Chamber of Deputies
PARIS. May 20. (A. p.) Ameri
can oil companies are awaiting with
keen Interest the passage of the petro
leum bill, nw before the Chamber of
Deputies, which opens the Krenen
market to all countries on an e;tial
basis, for the first time since the war.
Oil has been a government monopoly
the present market price.
It is understood that the American
concerns probably will take over this
stock and import American oil. Tho
price of the two will be averaged und
the French consumer given the bene
fit of a reduction. Tho price of gaso
line In France today Is about sr, cents
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CHICAGO, May 20. (A. P.) A
movement toward a "hero" week he
Ktnnlng May 23, was started today by
Hie Buck Private society, A. E. F. The
purpose is to "get all ex-service men
out of the gutter, away from tho bread
line. Into the bread wagon in order
that the unemployed ex-service men
may celebrate Memorial day in a fit
Mr. Godwin was Introduced at the i during that period,
meeting as a former r. W. VV. organizer I -.. F..f ncn government has promls-
and comrade of "William D. Hayward, I ,uK, the- measures will be effec-
now In Russia, n fugitive from Justice. !
Salmon, Halibut, Et
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
NO FROZEN STUFF.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES KEPT FRESH
Cabbage, the pound 07c
Lettuce, head, each ISc
Turnips, the bunch a 10c
Carrots, the bunch 10c
Beets, the bunch ....10c
Tomatoes, fresh,- the pound 25c
Spinnach, 4 pounds 25c
Radishes, the bunch 05c
Green Onions, the bunch 05c
Oranges, juicy and sweet 50c to 90c
Strawberries, the box 20c
New Potatoes, the pound : 10c
Asparagus, tender teels 10c
XTCjT FwtK Jeriey MilK 1,1,1 ;,X, XMi
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tive June 1 and officials ot Amenon
oil concerns- In Paris confidently ex
pect the passage of the act. The adop
tion will mark the close of several
years of intensive effort on the part of
American companies to obtain per
mission ! do business in France.
Several American oil companies
established offices In Paris and are
making extensive plans for selllnis
their prorducts in France on the
The first plan which the American
companies will put into effect Is a
! scheme to reduce the price oi gaso
line to the consumer.
The government through Its mono
poly has sustained considerable losses
and It has on hand at the present time
an eight months' supply -of oil which
cost it 2,1)00,000,000 francs more than
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If she doesn't care for
For particular folks who don't like creams, ,
there's the special Vogan Supcrla package.
Just chocolate covered caramels, nougats,
. toflce and other delicious "crunchy" and
"chewy" kinds. Look for the brown Siiperla
At better dealers everywhere.'
Vogin Cindf Company
ronuM -MMIM poium It
Rwhi Hononibli John Henry
Whitley, former deputy speaker of
the Hritich House of Commons h
hffn rlet-ted speaker He geu tH
noo a year and aa official retidoncs
with the oCica '
corns v. j
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