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DAiLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1921.
f AGS TWO
4s Every Woman Knows
At Peoples Warehouse you can save on
Women's and Children's, .Hosiery and
Underwear;. i i
'Women's lietter Grade Silk Hose, a Pair
1 "" f; r59c Upwards to $7.50
When ,you buy .Thoenix" or "Sultana" Hosiery
you Wy it with the assurance that the,re is nothing
tetter on the market Considering: the difficulty in
obtaining silk hosiery, you'll find us fairly well sup
plied both in plain and fancy lace hose. Colors are
gray, cordovan, white, navy and black.
You'll Say Some Wonderful Values.
i..v; ... A pair 53c upwards to $7.50
Women's Fine Quality Cotton J.isle, Mer
cerized and Silk Lisle
v.. , : i29e upwards to 89e:
Our Hosiery are guaranteed by the manufacturer
to wear and to give splendid satisfaction, are insured
against all imperfection's,-colors blacky cordovan,
gray and white; all sizes.
Hosiery at Money Saving Prices, a pair '
29c upwards to 89c.
Children's Fine and Heavy Ribbed Hosi-
cry, a pair 29c, 35e, 49c and 59c
Perfect quality extra fine ribbed cotton and mer
cerized finish hose for misses' and children, sturdy
boys' hose, heavy ribbed, but ' very elastic. Our
hosiery wear with superior resistence and are made
from high grade long staple cotton, dyed with the
latest process; colors black, white and cordovan;
all sizes, i
Priced Specially Low, a pair.
29c upwards to 89c ,
Children's Socks, Priced Special, Pair 39c
This lot consists of short lots and discontinued
numbers and are priced regularly up to 65c.They
come in plain colors and fancy tops, almost all sizes
in the lot. ' . . - .
While They Last, a pair 39c , f
SAVE ON WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR
Kayser Silk Top Union Suits ?. . . $2-49
Our regular pricing $3.00, $3.25, $3.50, $3.9o, $4.50
Kayser Lisle Union Suits . $ f;69
. Our regular pricing $1.75, $2.25, $2.50 and $2.7d
Women's Light Weight Union Suits . . . . ; 98c
Kayser and other well known makes, garments
that are priced regularly to $1.25.
Kavser and Galory Union Suits 69c
Well made union suits, priced regularly, in our
stock at 75o-and 85c.
Women's Fine Vests Special Values 18c 29c
upwards to $1.24 '
Kayser and other well known makes.
Swiss and fine ribbed vests in, cotton, lisle and
mercerized finish. - They are regular values from
25c to $1.95.
Favorite in Capital Society'
I i On of tb memhets of official social elivlea in Washington, who haa
become prominent among the younger set, is Miss Beatrice Beck. Bhe i
.'the daughter of Jamea Mouigoroety Beck. aolicitor geutral of tha Da-
oartBKM of Justice.
SWISS PHYSICIAN ASSERTS HE
WALKED 35.000 MILES IN WORLD
TOUR THAT COST HIM $40,000
court . . 38.2B
Funk A McLean, jirejnlum on
-Chae. n. Oarl, aealer of
weights anil mensureg .... 66.98
W. H. Lydny, tmfflo offlcor . . 02.50
W, I. Oudwa, dog collars 6.72
(Intra A. Ollllum, refund on
finds t. 2000
Dr." O. W. Thomas, registrar
of vital statistic .- 11.00
Dr. W. HV MeKlnney, do .... 8.25
Or. C. H. Smith, do 2.00
Dr. F. H. Porn, do .'. . . 4.26
E. W. Muck, do ;25
Dr. Oscar DeVaul, do 2.25
Mrs. J. T. Huston, do .25
Pendleton Tribune, printing.. 26.05
St,' Anthony's Hospital, poor ;ffl.60
Van Pctten Lumber Co do . . 22 SO
H. U. Hnndy. cuttle Indemnity, 17.50
Nona H. McFnul, deputy sher
iff ,, 150. on
W. S. Spears, ! 130.00
D. F. Ui vender, do 130.00
K. F. H. Hldgway, do 130.00
C. C. Proebstel, deputy clerk isil.no
Carlotta Hlckn, steno 10.1.00
H. 8. Burroughs, deputy re
corder 135 00
Dr. J. A. Rest, health officer 12.00
Guy Cook, court house ...... 100.00
J. A. Horn and wife, poor
D. J. McFuul, health offlcor 12.60
, Itoml I 'nod
Alexander' nroce'ies 4 89.1)
(ieo, C. Haer & 'o'., hardware "7.70
J. M Italtexore, wood :.. 21.00
H. L. lnirroUKhH, Itimhcr. etc. 47.39
Chan! Company, tohaeoo IX. 80
W. J. Clarke, hardwaro and
powder . 115.02
C. J. Carlson, contrnut' S4.1A
fames Hrothem, auppllea ... 33.05
Collin Flour Mill, harley ... 2i4.26
W. ii. Comlra, hay 150 o
Dr. Massimo Armando Lcuret
Afjed 36 Reaches Milan After
Tour of Old and New World.'
MILAN, June 8. (A. P.) Dr.
Massimo Armando Leuret, aged 36, a
Swiss physician, haa arrived here af
ter walking 35,000 milts in both old
and new worlds. He mwena lhat liiB
tour took him around the glolxj com
mencing In January 1,1914, and cost
He says he left Switzerland going
north to Germany, Poland and Rus
sia. He was In the last named coun
try when war began and continued
the journey acroa Itussia to Siberia.1
He then visited China and Japan and
later crossed the I'ucific to America.
He claims to- have traversed both
North and South America on foot.
His trip from the Pacific Coast to
New York was mude alternately in
Canada and the I'nited States.
When he got to Switzerland, ho de
cided that he had not yet seen Italy
nor Africa and has commenced now
his journeys through Jhem,
, SALE OF REMNANTS
Friday, June 10th
Over 1200 worth oi silk, woolens,
wash goods and drapes at 14, 1-3 and
See thelaborate display in our show
IfWHTttti GRLAITST DEMOTMENT STOHl
QUALITY PRINTINGatReasonablePrices j
Stevens-Van Jleter Co., office
Pilot Rock Record, do
Burroughs Adding Mche., do
OlaBs & Prudhomme, do
Joe H. Parkes, Justice "Court
Dave Hajlowny, do , .
John Bodan, do
William Scheer, do . . . ,
Frazier's Book Store, office
R. T. Brown, postage
Tac. Tel. & Tel. Co., phones. ..
East Oregonlan, office sup
Glass & Prudhomme, office
Regular Jury men, circuit
Western Union Tel. Co., sher
iff and others
Fred Tebbin, circut court . . .
William E. Hanscfime, do ...
J. B. McCook, do
William Lyday, do
Mike Kiifman, do ...........
A. M. lioyden, do
B. B. Orron, do
H. A. Boyce, do
G. IV. (iprtson, do
Harry Smith Curnow, do ....
W. J. Bault, do
Mrs. H. M. Sommerer, do . . .
Carl Thompson, do
H. M. Somerer, do
Mrs. W. B. Beasley, do
Geo. Travis, do
Martha Adair, do
Mm. Karl Caldwell, do
Vera Caldwell, do
F. U Adair, do
Mrs. John Arair, do
R. Stocker, do
C. B. ilreen, do
CI. L. Bennett, do
Geo. Iwirnbirth, do
A. B. Thompson, do
K. F. Hommers, do
Ray Johnson, do
I. W. Dunning, do
Hanry Lamm,, do
O. W. Dickson, do
j jonn r ruum, u
if Harry Hlraiwal, do
J. Shirakl, do
Y. Hirata, d ;
y. Akimato, do
Y. Taiakn, do -
VV. M. Ransom, do .....
W. A Bowman, dt
J. T. Brown, do
G. I, Boyden, do
i J. L. Cox, do
T. Kobaya, do
Dr. Fred Llcuallen, d
Klnya Okamjima, do
W. S. Bowman, do
The Fiench Restaurant, do ..
B. I Burroughs, court house
R. I. Keator, circuit court . . .
C. Z. Randall, do
Table Supply, poor
West End Grocery, do
St. Anthony's Hospital, do ...
St. Vincent's Hospital, do ....
Fruitland Grocery, do
Kcho Merc. Co., do
N. C. Mackey, do
I'kiah Merc. Co., do
Thomas Boss Co., do .........
A. C. Koeppen & Bros., poor
and jail :
Geo. C. Baer, poor
The Price Shoe Co., poor ....
Tablo Supply, do
Boya" & Girls' Aid Soc, do . .
Mrs. W. D. McN'ary, do -
Ferndals Grocery, do
Pac. Power & Lt. Co., court
house and poor farm
Goo. Miller & Co., poor
I. B. Johnson ft Sons, do ....
Chas. Tullls, do -
Despaln & Lee, do .'
American Red Cross, do
I'earl E. Isroxson, widow pen
Ida E. Stewart, do (. .
Katie Wright, do
Winnie Fox, do
Letha J. King, do . . .
Mrs. Jacob Kinnard, do
Mary B. Wilson, do
Mrs. James Banning, do ....
Elsa Cambridge, do
Winifred Marlow, do
Carrie Boyen, do
Flora Wilder, do
Minnie E. Frost, do
Mattdo lfnycp, do
J. K. Beckwith, court 'report
ing Guy Cook, bailiff
W. it. Cary, justice court
J. S. Gwynne, do
F. S. Nelson, do
Doris Nelson, do
Ernest Nelson, do
Rnlph Nelson, do f
E. P. Iodd, do , , . . . .
S. SI. Turner, Sherif
Mrs. S. M. Turner, do
Pendleton Cycle Co., do . . ; ...
R. T. Brown, do
Zoeth Houser, board of prls-
'Jack and Bud They're
Jack rteoimoVa doubU f Bui ft'dl.y.
chou Ultra and arms ir trlkmly lOuitor.
Paclfio Coa at bantam and fea'her chatn. TIm cheat. neka.
ftctarc Vv tiionr tutor utummm m iwrui
' ' 2.20
Zoeth IBouser, Sheriff 9.88
Grace A. Gilliam 25.60
Zoeth Houser, Sheriff 45.64
Zoeth Houser, do . .42.79
Irwin-Hudson Co.; office sup
plies C. K. Cranston, deputy trea-surer
W. L. Mathews, deputy assess
V. R Dupuls, do 111.00
R.' W. Ayers, do
P. C. Hawks, do
W. T. Rlgby, do
lowney' Market, supplies
F. M. Downey, supplies
Kccles Smith c". repairs'
Golden West Creamery, butter
W. C.reely, waod
J. H. Luck, tools
MctMintock 4k Simpson, sups.
Ontfon Lumber Yard,, lumber
Oregon Hardware & lhip. Co.,
O. W. R. & N. Co.. freight . . .
Pendleton Trading Co., sups.. .
Pendleton Drutf Co., drugs . . .
Pendleton Meat Co., nu'ats . . .
Pendleton Cash Market, gro
ceries Peoples" Warehouse, supplies
Pilot Rocw Meat Market,
Root ft Joslin, gravel sur
facing Standard fill Co., gas and oil
Taylor Hardware Co.. hdw. . .
J. P. Hughes, pay roll
J. P. Hughes, do
John Finnerty, et al, do
C. O. Morgan, do
8. II. Harbour, do
State Ind. Commission, In
surance Allen-Knight Co., sopplies . . .
Geo. C. Baer Co., hard
John Bagan, hauling
H. M. Bennett, expenses
II. Or. Becklus, repairs
Bracker Ilwd. Co., supplies ..
ft. U Burroughs, lumber
Mrs. Celia Burden, hoard . . .
Burns Machine Works, repairs
W. J. Clarke, hardware and,
C. J. Carlson, surfacing ....L
P. A. Case, hauling v
Central Welding Wks. repairs
Cheshire Hwd. Co., supplies . .
William E. Chase, supplies . . .
Concrete Pipe Wks., culvert
East Hide ft Junk Om babbit
East Oregonlan. advertising..
Eaton & Son, culvert pipe . . ,
Fennnughty McIIenry Co.,
crusher and supplies
Floucken Auto Spring Wks.
L. (i. Frazier, stationery
Funk & McLean, rent
W. L Gadwa, tent rcpulrs
K. E. Gfllst, expenses
Peter Hanson, repa'.res, .....
E. H. Hartong, labor
Hofius Ferris Euut. Co., sup
plies Hotel Stanfieid, bosrd and
Inland Empire Co., lumber . .
Jones Scott Co., sand
Jones It Jones, supplies ....
Vernon V. Kcrlty. gas
Kllham Printing Co., sta
A. H. KIrbey. rope
John B. Lcltoux, repairs .....
Llflde Air Products Co., gas. .
C. S. McNaiight Co.. hay ....
McClintock ft Simpson, sups.
D. McEachern, repairs
William Melners, bonrd
Milton Auto Electric (fo. sups
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PUTS IT TO TEST
Miss Burleigh Says That She
. and Several Patients Wer
Restored by Tanlac. '
Miss lintel iM. BurlelKh, 960 Fran
Cisco St., Los AUgclcs, Cal.; a. trained
mirss, after having been convinced by
actual test of the renal liable results
following the uho of ThiiIhc, feels she
owes n duty to others tu give them the
benefits of her expericn-e with tha
medlc!ue, Mica llurlo Kh I'ays: ,
"l..t Hoi Ing I cutnx oil a long, hard
ihc nod very badly run down and
wt'ak. I felt the ni'i'rt of something o
build no.' up mill bring back tny
treinrth. I had h"ard frleiuls and pat-
ents pralnt. Tiiiilse so highly I got
m and by tluj I. 'me I had taken
three bottles I w is finding us fine and
was as well und t lrongss I A-ver wua In
my life and I hsve been In the best of
nHI evvr since, ;
HI nee I hove found out by personal
test that II Is a fnedlclno of unusual
merit I have sugg'-sled 11 III several
uses with grntir.vlng results, and In
one case of riiromc sioiniun nuumn
the lieneflis following were nothing
hurt of remarkable mol the patient Is.
now entirely wll., 1 do nut Jusltate to
recommend Tuular Iji rai'ies where.
!i re Is need of a good system-builder
.r In cases of nloinacn irouoie, espru-
ollv those where (ormation of goa
produces illsBKrei'ubla symiitoms. N
' This fall frock fancies tha scab
--loped bottom and tha flat round neck,
loved features of summer niudcs.
Jwhk'h will be popular through the!
Murrow County rd consiruc'n lOr.S.S'i
Murphy Bros., paint ' 20
(tckou Lumber ltrd, cement 470
(ire-i,ii Lumber Vard luinlter 54
Oregon Mtor Caraise, repra. . li.64
Oregon Hardware & Imp. Co.
supplies 5 H
O. V. It. A N. INi., fight 71.2
Puc. Tel. & Tel Co., telphones 26.6
U'ac. Power & Light Co.. l.ght 2.30
W. G. Phelps, expenses 23.
IX D. Phelps, screen 1-5'
Penland Pros., rent 22.60
PiOHt-O-Ute Co.. gs .s. 4.10
l'nndlvtoii Drug Co., supplies 3
Pendleton lion Works, reprs 2'J.oi
Pendleton Tribune, ' advertls. S.5(
W. M. Hansom, expenses . . . li.2S
li!. hards-t:oln Co.." brashes. . . 6.4"
Mrs. Rockwell, meals :'.i
William P.utber, lords 4U.00
Standard Oil Co., gas anil oil. lmii.of.
St. Nicholas Hotel, board ... 29.50
J. F. Snider, repairs 15.45
.1. K. Sholwell. gravel surfacng 3ti!'.22
Sturgls & Slorle. repairs
Simplon & Sturgls, tire repra
I Security -Construnton Co. Ibr
504 37 Taylor Hardware Co., supps.
I Browned, do 168.00
T. Hoops, do
Mart Griffin, do 60.00
W. T. McLeod, do 60.00
P. T. Harbour, di 30.00
W. W. Oreen, School Supt. . . . 159.69
Pendleton Water Works, court
house ' 21.10
J. Ij. Vaughn, do 4.60
W. J. Clarke, do 1.10
Penland Bros. Transfer, do .. 11.00
Independent City Scnv., do . . 1.00
D. D. Phelps, Jail 124.40
D. J. McFuul, InRane commit
F. hi Boyden, do 6.00
J. A. Best, do 6.00
Geo. Demaris, water master.. 6.00
Victor O. Hess, do 139.94
Aubrey E. Periy,.do 247.67
John F. Casper,' election ... 3.00
Cheshire Hdw. Co., do 3.60
It. L. rolls & Co., library .... 19.00
F.W. Wentworth, do 7.2S
Frank Belvall, do 27.40
C. P. Miller, do 5.61
Service Transfer Co., do .... 3.97
Pendleton Water Works, do. . 1.75
Pac. Tel. Company, do 2.90
Pac. Power ft Lt. Co, do 43.95
8. I Nason, do' 176.66
S. I Nason, expense account 13.34
Freda Glover, library '. 125.00
Helen Clark, do 125.00
Mary Hartnctt, do 40.00
Thomas Robertson, do 65.00
William Hull, tax rebate 188.78
Mrs. Allen Rhodes, indigent
John Knight, do 0.t)0
X. N. Todd, do . -. 41.03
i. It. Perry, refund 6.00
Joe Lawson, refund on deed J2.30
John llalley, Jr., juvenUa
Txl Tucker, board
Tum-a-I.um Lumber Co. Ibr
Walla Walla Valley It R Co tut IM.IM
Walla Walla Iron Wks., jvprs 135. 6
Walla Walla Armature Wks,
Western Union Tel Co.. tels.
Williams & OlliiKur Linn. CO.
W. C. Meyers et tit, pay roll
.1. P. Hughes, et al, pay roll. .
Geo. Wilson et al. pay roll
Ii J. Shannon, mndjnastnr. . .
K. C. Amann. fjiH.kkeepor rd
W. G. Phelps et al, engineer 101 S
A. B. rlullickson et nl, pay roll
Geo. E. Parr et nl, pay roll... 3007.98
A. D. Hllnmnn et al, supervis
or l)is. 24
A. D. Simpson, et nl. do 26. ..
Chas. Matt et al, do 29 '
n. W. Brown et al, do 31 . . .
P. M. Metsker, et nl. do 34...
II. M. Culler, et al. do .17
.1. It. Thompson et al, do 4 2. .
I). B. Watson el al, do 4.1 . , , .
Frank Waugtunan ct al, do 44
W. J. WattenbiTKer et al do 18
James Nelson et al, do 2 1 . . . .
Thomas Juqucs et al, do 22. . .
James Thompson et nl, do 2.
A. S. Krulmun ct al do
Garfield Koch et al, do
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The clock rhowa Qvt after 10. whan
Pi.-sKWnt Hui-dlng atroHrd along
Pi-nnsylvania avenue. In Washing.
' tun. He was returning from a talk .
, with Chaltjnan Clark of tha Inter j
stnle Commerce Commission.
C. J. McKlnney et nl do ..... 152 60
Wm. Dabis, do 6 ,. 284 25
Slate Ind. Com,'' Insurance. .. . 177.23
A French scientist, chief of the bu
reau ot radiography for the Paris hos
pitals, hits demonstrated that nn X-ray
apparatus cull photogrnph subjects
through a stono wall more than twenty-five
feet dlstant'from the source of
she nfys. He has obtained clear pho
toiifapha of metallic oblpcts. the rays
tillering through marble plats more'
than nn Inch thick, twelve Inches f
oak, font inches of plaster nnd a sheet
f lead an eighth-of nn Inch thick.
A tremendous hvnliiiii he, plainly dls-ca-rnlbk
from Hood' liiver, ., recently
rolled down the face of Mount Adams.
It Is believed to be one of the largest
slides ever to occur on that mountain.
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