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FASHIONABLE SILKS, WOOLENS AND WASH FABRICS ISTOO IMPORTANT TO BE LIGHTLY PASSED OVER. THIS WEEK ONLY, YOU CAN
BUY SILKS, WOOLENS AND COTTON GOODS, AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS. A SALE THAT FURNISHES EVIDENCE THAT THE
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE IS FOLLOWING EVERY DECLINE IN THE MARKET. SUPPLY YOUR SUMMER NEEDS HERE, TOMQRJU )W.
DAILY EASOrwECOSIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON- THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1921.
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Our Entire Stock of Dress
Goods Special This Week
Only, 20 Per CU Discount.
Serges, pbgrtlines, P?iret
twill, tncotines, velours,
broadcloths, polo cloth,
etc. ' This is the time to
provide very liberal sup
ply at 20 per cent les? our
regular low.pricei '
, ; Domestic Organdies, 40
inches wide; white, a yard
Handsome Dress Ging
hams and Tissues Special
This Week Only, Yard
, 19? upward to 89c.
You'll say remarkable
values and such a complete
stock to choose from.
New Fancy Summer
Voiles, Special This Week
Only, Yd. 49c, 79c and up.
40 inches wide in new
floral and dotted patterns,
ouv prices you'll find sur
Unusually Good Quality
Taffeta, Special This
Week Only, Yard $2.19
Taffeta is this season's
favorite silk. You'll find
a good assortment of the
most wanted shades.
Imported Pongee Silks,
Special This W eek Only,
Yard 69c, $1.03, $1.16 to
All of these are the bet
ter grade pongees, all ex
cept the 69c grades are of
a dustless finish.
We're responsible for
your complete satisfac
tion. You get it
or ycur money back
Is if good quality?
That's a more important
thing to be sure of than
price; all prices are lower
But all quality isn't good-
jjsjl- ft j, Ours is , . , (
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I ' $35.00 to $65.00
1 65 ' '
3 "WOMEN'S PUMPS SACRIFICED r"l
M : Values up to $13.50 ' 1
jj 500 Pajrs Your Choice $4.95
Good Quality Silk Poplin,
Special This Week Only,
A veryt serviceable silk
of very rich appearance,
good selection of colors to
Superior Quality Satin
Mcssaline, Special This
Week Only, Yard $1.98
Very similar to .satin,
very soft and easily drap
ed and hasa lustrous fin
Beautiful Silk Skirtings
for Hot Weather, Spedal
This Week Only, Yard
$1.78 to $6.75.
Every lovely new weave,
providing the means for
the smartest garments.
Splendid Quality Silk
Crepe do Chine, Special
This Week Only, Yd. $1.49
40 inches wide, excellent
quality for women's blous
es, dresses and for undergarments.
Fashion Favors Canton
Crepe, Special This Week
Only, Yard $3.98
We show them in reli
able qualities and a wide
range colors. This is our
regular $5.00 quality.
Handsome Silk Shirtings,
Special This Week Only,
Yard $1.19 to $1.88.
Neat striped patterns,
beautiful quality; , just
what you want for th'e hot
Imported Swiss Organdies
98c to $1.50
Every fashion review
extol the desirability and
forecasts the popularity
of organdies in dainty col
ors for summer frocks, in
order to meet the demand
we have again received a
complete stock of extra
fine quality' imported
swiss organdies in all the
leading shades arid whites
Special Values, a yard
98c and $1.50. ' '
Hart Sehaffner & Marx
clothes specially priced at
GRAND SPECIAL SALE
OF MEN'S SHOES
We have picked from our
stock several hundred
jMrs of men's shoes, in
cluding all styles and sizes.
The very hest makes in
the country, values up to
SPECIAL SALE PRICE
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with true summer like freshness,
our outerwear is so dainty and cool
appearing that one cannot help en
tering into the prevailing joyous
spirit that even at this early date
seems to foretell of the sunny days
Let us remind you of this: that it matters
not how fashionable a garment is or how
desirable it may be, it carries the same
moderate price ticket you will find attach-
,ed to al garments in this store all during
DHLV the season
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n2aLT0N5 GSEATEST DPPRTmpvt rmn
- W"S"Z T PAY5 TO TRADF fJT
MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEAD
QUARTERS. It's Here to Serve You.
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I father went to Vienna to consult with? tv TyH int i- ' - ' .; . j ,
HEIRESS, CURED BY
GREAT SURGEON, TO
1 ViED WORLD WAR HERO
tolita Arniour, Only Child of
' Millinonaire Packer Will Wed
. John Mitchell, Jr., in June.
CHIfAOOf June l P.) llita
Armour, the only child of J. Ogdcn
Awiour, the millionaire packer, and
Jnhii.J. Witcheei, Jr., mm of the chair
man of the board of directors of three
of Chicago's largest banks, will be
married here June IS. The wertd'ns
will unite two of Chicago's oldest and
Behind that social announcement
lif-s an intensely interesting and grip
ping story of a "poor little rich girl,"
crippled at birth, who with the aid of
the world's greatest scientists, devel
oped into a normal, healthy, sport-luir.
ing woman. ,
" The bride-to-be, when a child, show
ed signs of a serious hip trouble. She
was unable to walk and apparently
was doomed to go through life an in
valid. The best specialists of the coun
try were consulted.
.An reratlon was performed in
1900, when the child was three years
of aee, without benefit. Her parents.
sougnt tnrougnout tne world lor some
one to euro her. In 1902, the girl's
Jackie Kayoes Georges
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A igtt(7 right to the w, and the J-'rtwa .liHrnpkjr wtnt down lut
the ioui.1. That waa when he faced Javkle L'oocan, the tutle movie hern
"i'vek's XSmi hoy" ux Uw FreuchiUBO'i Uanlwwvl. L. 1., t.Uiinag tamp.
father went to Vienna to consult with
Dr. Adolph Lorenz, the world's most
noted orthopedic surgeon. Armour
appealed to the scientist to make a
trip to Chicago' to cure the girl. Lo
rena was loathe-to leave his practice
in Vienna. Armour offered to pay any
amount if he would make the trip. It
was finally agreed that the physician
should receive $100,000 and all ex
penses for himself and staff to go to
Chicago and try to cure the child.
The surgeon attended the child in
the Armour home here. The surgeon
discarded the knife and used the com
pelling strains of straps and weights
a& a substitute. The five year old girl
was under an anaesthetic for two
hours. Efforts of Lorenz and his staff
were centered on forcing the hip bone
into the socket. After two hours'
work there was a sharp "click." The
surgeon released his grip on the tiny
body. . The bone had been forced into
the socket. The operation was a suc
cess, s .,;
A plaster cast was placed on the h'p
and rcn.ained there six months. A
year and a half later the girl was still
unable to walk. However, surgeons
were confident that the operation
would he successful, if given time. In
1 : 0 4 . I,olita wai trken to Vienna for
tlj,e final treatment at the hands of thq
famous specialist Hr father carried
her on board tho ship as she was stlli
unable to walk. During a short stay
in Vienna, she li&ined how to wail.
and when the Jair.ily returned to this
courliy, she rail town the gan?plan!i
of the joat and y:aed as any healthy,
She iater been nit an accomplishe l
spurts oinan urm was noted a) an
wi'iPHtinarhm. Lrllta has taken a
gre.it interest In Chicago's charitable
mAtuiiiinrh. lu-. her greatest efforts
have been toward aiding institutions
caring lor crippled children.
Following her cure, her father built
a two inl.'ll'i'i lirlinr home for her at
Luke Forest, a ' hlcagi, suburb am.
talii.-il it "iiW.ljdy Farm." . J
Ih riiifr the nut she converted her;
horne nt SanlM tiirhara, Cal., int a j
hospital f-.r A nerican crippled, so.-j
dlers Vnen ifl jears of age, she wan!
i-ieeted !i l 'life of the Arrnnir Tech
Aiii. li'll wh jn she aviation eetwe'
I'lrini; ii; r lie was serio ml in-j
j'ired tvhf n a plar which he w5 pllot
inij c.'lliiled with that of anoth v dy
er IDU fi-et shove piound. Ths utl.i
avi ttcr was lit; int. ,
Dog Will Fly in Air Derby
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"Shunt v." nn Airedale dog, will flv in the world a greatest air derby
which will lie hoid at Ui'troit, Kept. 8, 9 and. 10. ; The dog will accompany
Wis nu'stei,- Lieutenant James T. Hutchison (inset), commanding detach.
mont nt S!frtii,-e fii'lii. DtHldcs various trophies, there will be J10.000 la
pri. X-'istante of the race will be 264 mileil. I
Europe outside of rinin i, .i...
In failure. About five months ago the
big Jilichov Onpel glussworks was con
verted into a workman's cooperative
enterprise. Previously the plant had
"en one of the m.wt pr,peroi,s In
iiohemla. The Ministry of Modal As.
siHtnnce contributed 2m,(mn vrnvnn
(iml Ihe Coopenilive Itmr Hank one
million crowns towards tho experW
niem. After five months' manage.,
ment of the plant tho workmen-have
round themselves faced -with a deficit
or CuO.OOu crowns and have coiifeswil
themselves ttnulile to continue Ihe ex-pertinent.
negro, . ....... . , .,1
.'leaver has been Instrumental ' In
getting hundreds at his race tn disarm
and seek refuge under protection of
TTTLSA, Okla.; June 2. (A. P.)
Only one negro walks the stree( of
"iilsa unhnmpered nr without a guard.
He is Harney Cleaver, negro deputy
sheriff, and well reptnrded hy both
whites and negroes. Not a rioter hns
turned ft hand ngiiliiHt the peneelovlntr
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pmt bad luck with fou, b,r, ihu
UIALKO it en? bus dnwrwC.
Ousmntee .d dlrt,on. with 32 Si
"ho. you, fncud, lb a,lwtUmu
MICH. IH OHiJS ACCKITS IHKIT10.
WASHINGTON. June 2. (A. P.)
Mis. Ciiarles K. llughea. wife of the
Secretaiy of .State was recently Induct
ed In to the position of chairman of
the Woman's Auxiliary Committee of
the United States of the Second Pan
American Scientific Congress, rthe
succeeded Mrs. Robert Iansing. wife
of the former SSecrctary o(V State.
Wive of the Ivilin American ambassa
dors and ministers here attended the
Under the direction of Mrs. Lans
ing, the committee has endeavored to
promote .better acquaintanceship
among women of tho Western Hemis
phere and an exchange of views be
tween them on all matters pertaining
to Pan-Amerieon relations as well us
on subjects of special Interest to wom
KOOl MA7,THiS FAILKI)
PRAGUE. June l.(U. P.) Ono i,f
the firRt experiments In socialization In
Is a necessity to health at nil sea
sons. No better lime for blood
cleansing than now. and he una
trus Spring Medicine is ,
The .':! -Fred
AND THE SYNCOPATING JAZZ ORCHESTRA
WILL PLAY AT
The Oregon Theatre
- EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY . i
jj i: COMMENCING
Monday, June 6
x PRESENTING THE HAPPY COMEDY '
"Fair and "Warnier"
,' ' . " TUESDAY, JUNE 7 r
, . The Great Comedy Drama
"PEG C MY HEART" 'A
PRICE OF ADMISSION-35c, 50c, 75c War Tax Extr
Seats on sale at the Peoples WnrehouHe.