East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 28, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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Memorial Day, May .30, 2921
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, i Jft. biettC1 eto pay to the men who have given their lives for a cause, than
to dedicate ourselves to the triumph of the cause they died for. . : ' '
That's a roll of honor on which every na me can be entered; in which the daily activi
ties of our lives may be made the expression o f a patriotic purpose. ' '
We can make our business serve the community, and through that, the country. ' It's
easy to forget about it, in the prosaic affairs of life; but it is also possible to remember it.
Memorial Day is a good time to think about it. ' "
SPECIAL NOTICE
This store will be
closed all day Monday,
Memorial Day, so
please shop this even
ing accordingly.
SMART DRESSES
Beauty, style, -alue, smartness, goodness are all
embodied in our showing of Summer dresses for
women and misses.
Dozens of women are coming here every day try
ing them on, and enjoying to the utm6st the pleasant
task of choosing the one they like best. All are fresh
and becoming and well suited to Summertime wear.
Both maid and matron can find just their model
here. They come in all the newest styles in all the
latest ideas in colorful materials and trimmed most
charmingly in contrasting colors with collars, but
tons, fancy stitching and braids. Let us show you
your dress today.
Priced from $17.50 to $75.00
SMART SHOES ADE NOT ALWAYS
COMFORTABLE
The shoe made chiefly for its beauty has, no doubt,
been the cause of many foot troubles. It has grace
and distinction and is irresistible to the woman who
loves beautiful dress, but such a shoe must be made
with unusual skill and fitted with unusual care. It
is smart looking shoes poorly made or improperly
fitted to which most foot troubles can justly be as
scribed. Even women who habitually wear shoes in
extreme styles will be glad of a "comfort shoe that's
all smart" for times when they must be on their feet
several hours a day. Ask to see our "Arch Preserv
er Shoes" in black and brown kid.
Prices $13.00 and $14.00
SPECIAL NOTICE
to charge accounts. All
merchandise bought
today and Tuesday
will go on your June
bill, payable July 1st.
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arnival
Don't Miss Our Piece Goods G
A Great Attraction
FOB ALL THE PEOPLE. New Spring Cottons, Silks and Woolens, Huge Lots at Lowest Prices in Years. The Piece Goods Carnival that begins tomorrow
Pririvs F.vorv nnp of the. lots is made ill) entirely of New Snrinn: Goods. Just such ma-
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terial as one is most apt to want right now for Summer Apparel. To such a sale with its New Summer Goods and Low Prices we invite you this evening.
NEW SILK CREPE
DE CHINE
Carnival Special, Yard
$1.49
This is a soft, light
weight crepe de chine,
with a very lustrous fin
ish and crinkly effect;
the width is 40 inches.
Excellent quality for
women's blouses, dress
es -and for undergar
ments; shown in all the
leading shades.
Marked Specially Low,
a Yard $1.49
NEW SERGES, GAB
ARDINES AND
POIRET. TWILL
Carnival Special, 20
' Per Cent Discount
In the new weaves
and colors, 36 to 56 in.
in width. You'll find a
good assortment here
to select from and we
feel sure tha.t' we can
both serve and please
you.
Carnival Special for
Three Days Only,
20 Per Cent Discount
NEW SILK POPLIN
Carnival Special, Yard
98c
A very, serviceable
silk of very rich appear
ance and you will find a
splendid assortment of
colors to choose from;
36 inches wide.
Marked Specially Low,
a Yard 98c.
HANDSOME DRESS
GINGHAMS AND
TISSUES
Carnival Special, Yard
19c, 23c, 29c up
wards to 89c
. You'll say remarkable
values and we are show
ing unusually complete
stocks of 27 and 32 inch
ginghams and tissues in
striking patterns both
in domestic and import
ed cloths. ' You must see
our standard quality 27
inch Ginghams that we
are offering at 19c yd.,
and our 32 in. Standard
at 23c and 29c yard.
Marked Specially Low,
a Yard 19c, Upwards
to 89c.
NEW ALL WOOL
MATERIAL
Carnival Special
20 Per Cent Discount
For dresses, suits and
goats you will find all
the late and jxipular
shades and cloths; trico
tines, velours, broad
cloth, polo cloth, silver
tones, etc. All wool ma
terials; 48 to 5(5 inches
in width.
Carnival Special
For Three Davs Only
20 Per Cent Discount
NEW SILK SHIRTING
Carnival Special, Yard
$1.19, $1.37 and $1.88
They are neat striped
patterns and light and
dark colored back
grounds, are very at
tractive and of beauti
ful quality silk. Just
what you want for the
hot summer weather.
Marked Specially Low,
Yd. $1.19. $1.57, $1.88
NEW SATIN
MESSALINFS
Carnival Special, Yard
$1.98
All women know that
satin messaline is simi
lar to satin, very soft,
lighter weight, and eas
ily draped and has a
lustrous finish. This
messaline is 36 inches
wide and we show a full
range of the now sum
mer shades.
Marked Specially Low,
a Yard $1.98
NEW TAFFETA
SILKS
Carnival Special, Yard
$2.19
Taffeta is this sea
son's favorite silk for
making of garments, in
fact better than it has
been for years, accord
ingly we have storked a
good asortment of them
in the most wanted
colors.
Marked Specially Low,
a Yard $2.19
IMPORTED PONGEE
SILKS
Carnival Special, Yard
69c. $1.03, $1.1 ft to $3.82
These are all better
grades pongees, all with
the exception of the
69c grade are of a dust-
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less inubu, mi are x in.
in width, shown in nat
ural color and in flesh,
pink, maize, emerald,
peacock blue, rose and
white. Qualities like
these are sure to give
you satisfactory wear.
Marked Specially Low,
Yd. 69c upwards to $3.82
NEW FANCY SUM
MER VOILES
Carnival Special 49c,
74c and upwards
40 inches .wide in the
new floral - and dotted
patterns, fine quality
and color combinations
to choose from and our
price you'll find surpris
ingly low.
Marked Specially Low,
Yard 49c, 74c upward
Sale of Men's Shoes, Values up to $15,
J Special Lot $4.95.
rnojLaws cjeaiest depaklhjekt mm
PfiePeoples Warehouse
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Special Sale of Women's Pumps, Val
ues to $13.50. Special Lot $4.95.
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URCH h S
Jiml.ir m K K. liiilkniore. 7:00.
i There will be a reunion preaching ser
vice ut the 11. E. Church. Yuu are
j cordially invited to attend each el
' Iherte wrvlec.
Announcement for tbto 6efrU
im-nt mui hb wbnilttd to the
la. Oregon Ian sot burr fla
Fit da j- eeninic In ord'-r to be
nreil of puWkniioo oa fealardaj.
MU 1iur. li
Itev. W. H. Cox. aiur. Rrmdenc
Hi Uut.h Ktrctt. phone 1IT.
idtida- niornln Sunday school. F.
M. Itlley fhipt.. :. rrearhlng srr
vtc. 1 1 :0. subject, "Ths Vest and.
Punday evrnln B. T. r. t . wnior.
Ulit .NvUi ChUuxetb, 7.00, B- I. P. V
I lii hriMiun linrch
L'nifled niurriluK senices begin wi'h '
lllble Bi hoi.l HexKion at Sermon
J at 10:15 on the mibject. "Having a j
.Mind to worn. Atier ine i
lnlitT!an cl""'li
Corner of College and Alta streets.
Hev. ;. U Clark, pastor. JieMdeiico
5V East Alta, phone 6;1.
10:0u a. m., Sahbath school, Hupt.,
A. C Funk.
11:00 a. m.. Memorial .Service, mem
bers of the U. A. It. and American Le
gion attending.
7:15 p. ni., C. K. levotioiml.
11:00 d. m.. I'lilon wrvlce In the M.
n. til. ....-..k iH h, htt'li Kf'hlml Ml II-
ineelitiv with the volinir neoole. W6 I t ... vl. ..i... i...(...f ... tliU M..r.
- " lors. I lie pui'ov ib wi.ii-v.. ..
w ill adjourn to tlir union bucealuur- .Ct
ate services for the hih school to he j
held ut the Methodist church. ' Kvery- ! christian hcaVm
1 bodv Invited to everv service. W. A. ! '
Cressinaii, ininlster. ' I First Oh.ircti of Christ, .SclentlHts,
'. j holds services at filJ'i .Ma'"
(first stairway north of the Inland
i The First Kpirit Jallst Science Church i Kmplre linnk.1 Sunday services ure
1II hold u nices Windajr at :0 p. -at II , m. and p. m. The suhjwt of
in. In the Katflj-Woodman hull. Ic- the lesson-M-rmon for Hunduy. Jlay
I ture and dmitratlon by Elmef , th. is "Amkt and Modern N'octo-
nichter. subject "What is This plrll- inancy, Alias .Mesmerism and Hypno
uaiiuii EervlKdy welconic. titm, lunyiujit'd." Sunday mhool b-
' gins at 9:45 a. m.
I A Wednesday evening meeting
which includes testimonial of healing
i is held at ft o'clock. The Heading
j Room, "Which is maintained at the
i same uddress, is open daily from 9 a.
! m. to 9 p. m., where the Hible and au
I thorlzed Christian Science literature
', may lo read, borrowed, or purchased.
The public Is cordially Invited to at
' tend the church services and to visit
the Heading Koom.
Church oMIic Iliilcciucr
Hev. Alfred l.ocknood. Hector. 8 a.
n,, Holy t:oinrritinlon: t:4, Sunday
sAiool; 11 a. in., morning prayer and
aermbii. Thern will be no evening
serslee In order to give tho people op
portunity to attend the Tlaeeuluiireale
' serViee. This hrlnir rlncatlonnl 8un
, day the Hector will preach on "The
I larger Ivdiit'tttlon". The public Is cor
! dlally Invitted.
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JCHMilCHIty. Scotland, May 58.
Il!. I'.l The IjiiIIpm Inlernntlonal
'"If matches opened here today, as a
prellniliiary to the Hiitlsh Ijitllos nn
en Championship which commences
nere on .Monday. May JO.
Prominent Mining the competitors
were five Americana, Miss Alexa Kllr
ling. Miss Molllns and Miss Sherwood,
Miss CummtnKs of Chicago and Mrs.
yiientln Feltner. All will also par-il-iiate
In the Indies Open Champion,
hip.
The leading Hrltlsh. compelliora are
Miss Cecil lltch. the Hritlsh rham.
plou, aud Jlra. Tomplo Dobcll, better
known by her maiden niuio of Clludys
Itaveiisi njfl.
PRICE REDUCTIONS WILL
, BE NECESSARY BEFORE ,
NORMALCY IS REACHED
Ni:V TOI1K, May 28. d'. f.)
Further price reduction!! nmy he ne
dessary before normal conditions In
the steel Industry are restored. Judge
Klbert Can- declared In an address
before the American Iron nnil Hlcel
institute here today. With but few
exceptions, he said. It would ho unjust
to reduce wages further until living
costs are brought down. American
people at the present are not buying
enough to supply themselves with the
ordinary comforts of lire, Gary de
clared, although they have means to
do so.
DEP SEA DIVERS HUNT
SEATTLE, May 2S. -IM.) IH-c
sen divers, employed hy prosecutor
Malcolm Isiiiglas hegiin searching tlia
bottom or Lake Cnmn for the mys
tery trunk which Li believed' to con-
tain the secret of the disappearance of
Mrs. Kate Mahune. The Wttivk Is llsi
one which the police patrol boat hK
been Ineffectively drugging the luk
for nearly a week.
AMEKKWX ACF, I.AMW
I DAYTON. May r.- tl"P'' (""'
tain Kddle r.lckenbai ked landed here
jfrom Chicasu shortly after 1 a. m,