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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNIl 10, 1021.
NEWS OF FARM
Pacific Jewel Silk Hose
Very Special, a pair 3 1.75
Women 8 Kayser Silk Underwear
Discounted 33 1-3 Per Cent
Added 3,000,000 Predicted for
A very fine quality pure
dye silk hose, fashioned
with seam up back and
seamless foot Fine lisle
crarter top, high spliced heels
double soles and toes; all
sizes in black and white.
All Exceptional Value
at 1.75 a pair.
SALE OF REMNANTS
Friday, June 10th
Over $1200 worth of silk, woolens,
wash goods and drapes at 1-4, 1-3 and
See the elahorat e display in our show
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MEN'S SHOES $4.93
Our special sale of men's shoes continues with
a rush. Don't let it come to a close without get
ting a pair or two of 'these wonderful bargains.
Values up to 15.00.
SPECIAL SALE PRICE $4.93.
Extra Quality Silk Tricolette
Very Special at $2.49
One of the most fashionable silk materials for
summer wear will be high-grade lustrius tricollette.
A rich clinging fabric with open mesh effect, woven,
in lock-stitch, which prevents it from raveling. The
width is 36 inches. All the new handsome shades for
blouses, dresses, etc. Regular $3.00 values.
Special Saturday Only, Yard $2.49
DELIGHTFUL TOILET ARTICLES
FOR SUMMER USE.
Dr. Palmer's Almond Meal Compound
Very Special, 6 oz. can 23c
Especially prepared for the toilet. You will find
that the rough and irritated condition of the skin
will disappear, and a white, soft, velvety and healthy
condition will follow. Our regular low price 30c can.
Special Saturday Only, each 23c
Mum's Deodorant A delicate deodorant indispen
sable for the toilet. Special,-per box 21c
Mulsified Cocoanut Oil Shampoo. This shampoo
may be used freely and as often as desired, for it
does not dry the scalp or cause the hair to become
brittle. Special, a bottle 43c
Elcaya Complexion Powder A dainty aid of vel
vety softness producing a natural alluring effect
with refinement and good taste. Special, a box 43c
Lablache Face Powder Refreshing to the skin,
improves the complexion. Excellent for outdoor
life. Special, a box 59c
Our entire stock of
Kayser and Vanity Fair
Silk Underwear will be
on sale for Satuday
only at 1-3 less our regu
lar price.. The assort
ments are good, the gar
ments beautiful, and
they are moderate in
price at the regular
market figure. This
sale gives you an oppor
tunity to supply your
at a big saving.
Sale of Women's Silk Top Union Suits
Kayser quality underwear at a decided bargain
price. Get a season's supply of these beautiful fin
ished garments. Shown in flesh and a few in white,
bodice and band top style, with tight knees. All
sizes in the lot, but not all sizes in each style. They
are regular values from $3.00 to $4.50.
Sale Price Saturday Only, a Suit $2.49
GRAND CLEANUP SALE OF
We have a wonderful stock of women's pumps, in
cluding many styles and all the desirable leathers.
This is a great bargain event and no economical
woman can possibly afford to overlook it. Values
range up to 13.50. Your'choice $1.95
Use Our Free Conveniences, telephones
post office, rest roam, information
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IERE IT PAYS TO TRADE XMfO
MAKE- THIS STORE YOUR STORE
It's here to serve you.
.WORLD'S BIGGEST BOND ISSUE
IS READY; WHO WILL BUY IS
GREATEST PROBLEM OF ALLIES
Will be Quoted to Investors in
; German Securities at Bar
gain Rates; Result in Doubt.
liOXDO.V, June 10. (Chas. Mo
t'ann. V. P. Staff Correspondent.)
icrinany's new reparations bonds will
, bp marketed It they, set that far at
a price between or below 45 and Si
per cent of their face value,
v The highest estimate SO to 65 per
cent iff given by government offic
ials. The other 45 to Sti is an opti
mistic financial one.
Though (Sermany will deliver to
the Reparations Commission the in
Iial Instalment of her 33.0o0,0oo.00
in bonds on, July 1, there is so far no
information as to what really in to
happen to the worid's biggest bond
on'iilals point out to potential I n
ti tors that the lionds are backed by
the entire resource of the German
Kmpire. Financiers point out that
the ln'isd market is bad and that Ger
many's reparations record eo lar U
nut dazlinply good, or lit-eiy to become
Uti for quite a time.
. Two things will help largely to de
termine the price of the bonds, when
and If marketed.
First. Germany's record from June
1, when te first instalment of repara
tions JiiO.OOO.OOO is due, to the
time the bonds are marketed.
.Second, investors' confidence in Ger
many's ability and intention to pay the
interest and principal.
Prospective buyers probably will
ask themselves First, is' it to Ger
many's advantage" to make the Issue
attractive when the lower the price the
cheaper Garmany, or individual Ger
mans, could buy them back, thus dis
counting heavily the reparations bill?
Second In there any means by
which Germany could repudiate the
issue at some future time?
Third If the bonds are all market
ed, would the Allies protect investors
at any cost in the event Germany at
tempted to evade payment, inasmuch
as they are not backed by Allied cred
it? Official and financial replies to the
first miextion are, no. To the second
and third, replies vary.
Investors may comfort themselves
with the thought that, if the issue is
the biKKest in history, the holders, no
matter what or who they are, will be
the largest body of creditors In history.
If it is possible to market only 1 pel
lent of the bonds, 99 per cent -will be
held by Allied governments to whom
they represent in some cases a practl
callv sole barrier against bankruptcy.
If percent are marketed, they will
be In the hands of Individuals who
presumably would do their, best to
f . ai
force their governments to take active
steps to make the issue good.
The AJlies hope it w ill be possible o
market most of the. bonds, if the price
is "high" enough. They say Germany
will be made to pay? They tope, also,
that either the original or subsequent
buyers will be Germans. The Induce
ment is a heavy reduction in the actual
total of reparations to be paid to out
siders, and knowing the financial pow
er of Germany there aro many who
believe this will be the- solution. If
this is the case, it will be years before
Germany actually benefits, . as the
bonds are to be issued by the Repara
tions Commission, as Germany is able
to pay Interest and sinking fund on
them from her stated annual payments
of 1500,000,000, plus a twent-six per
cent tax on her exports.
ToThe investor the Inducement will
be a $ 100 bond, five per cent bond,
marketed at perhaps fifty, "backed by
the entire resources of the German
empire' His response presumably
will be in proportion to his success in
satisfying himself that there will be
collectors willing and able to keep the
necessary portion of the empire's re
sources at the command of the bond
France Honors "Unknown' Dead
SYMPATHY TO WIDOW
OF LEGION LEADER
NEW YOP.I, June 10. (A. P.)
The American legion yesterday made
public the following integrum sent
Jlrs. Frederick W. fjulbrallh by Gen
Beaver State in 1021; Cats
and Barley Show Less Yields
Almost 3,VIIO,VMO bushels In excess of
i the average for the past ten years Is
predicted as Oregon's wheat produc
tion for June 1, which has Just been
Issued by P. U Kent, of the bureau of
crop estimates. T ho stale -.Hill pro
duce 16,:u,00u bushels fof 1921, and
the average for the past ten years has
been 1J,K6,UM0. The production . of
oats and barley will lx less than usuiil,
but a big gic'n is expected In hay Cud
dye. Following Is a summary of the
Htutemeut issued, by the bureau.
Ilulnfall' fur' t ho month of May was
ouiisidurably below the average for'
.May In the westorn part of the state,
but shove the avaM'ln the eastern
part, of the staso. la fsct, consider
able flooding ,of farm la nils In Union
County occurred, due to heavy rainfall
and melting suows. - The summer rise
of the Columbia began earlier than
usual and at the present time Is con
H.derably above the maximum height
of average years, Rome damage and a
lot of Inconvenience has been experi
enced by dwellers on the low la mis of
the Columbia river, Hprlng planted
crops would be materially helped by
rain, particularly In the Willamette
Valley district. .
;ruut. . .
Winter wheat conditions are very
promising. .Much of the acreage In
the earlier districts Is fully headed,
with a thick aland and Rood color,
liettrr than normal condition Is re
ported from some of the counties. Con
dition of the crop generally la better
In the eastern than In the western .
counties of the state. Spring wheat,
outs and barley were sown later than
usual on account of unfavorable spring
seeding conditions, and while not par
ticularly suffering from lack of mols-
I ture, would be materially helped by a
I good ruin.
i ' - r.
I Hay crops generally are In Bond con
dition. Clover fields wilt iH-obably av.
erase up better than esunl. Ncverul
growers have reported seeing the beat
fields witltln their recollection, crow
ing Mils season. . tat aphis activity
has beon reported on the vetch crop.
Grass and weeds are reported as oc
curring In some of the alfalfa fields.
With the exception of prunes and
peaches the Oregon crop will probably
be about etjual to Inst year. Hood
Ktvcr Js expected to produce a record
crop of apples, and southern Oregon
should nave a considerably larger
crop than last year. Young apple or
chards In the Willamette valley should
also produce mora heavily than last
year. Pears do not show up quite so
well as last year and it Is probable
that the crop will be aomewbnt less.
Western Oregon cherries Will be less
than last year, but The . Dalles crop
promises much larger than a year ago.
Strawberries are becoming wry
plentiful In the markets at a very un
satisfactory price to the. growers. Tha
canneries are not taking (heir usual
ouaiititles, and with a crop larger than
for some years the disposal of the
same Is a problem. Logan berries
promise a good crop and a fair market
Is expected, other small fruits give
promlso of boder than an average
Observance of 'the centenary of Napoleon's death was the occasion i..r France to honor the ''unknown"
dead of the World War. ' II. Baithou, French minister of wax, is shown pealing beside toe grave of France's
unknown hero, beneath the Ann of Triumph.
His loss will be irreparable. You have
my deepest personal sympathy."
oi.i ltK.sinKNT mvs
POUT ANGELJ', Wash., June 10.
(A. V, ) Chris Jordan, old resident of
Puget Hound, was found dead in a skiff
outside his scow house on Whiskey
Hpit, late last night, shot through the
"I am allocked beyond words at ththcad. v He had lived on the sand spit
death of your distinguished husband, tor many yeurs. -
HAVANA, June 10. -(A. P.) A
"sidewalk lauiiet" was one of the
features of the post-Inauguration cere
monies attended by President Alfredo
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Got Spring Fever? i Test Lrook at These t Without Yawning!
V:,; Ad -rj W .
Znyss. It was given by iiii organlza
tion known as "The Hoys of the Louv.
re Hidewalk,'' a group accustomed to
meet dally under the portico in front
of a building formerly occupied by the
Hotel Louvre. ..
11. U , i
i "e nmei no longer exists, nor are
the menlbers of the organisation any
lorwer boys, but they still gather at the
old meeting place, which front ....
far from devoting all their time to
ogling wiXicn pussetsby, the "boys"
entail I" heated debates on questions
of the day and outline the political at
titude they i will assume. Hince they
came from among the best families of
the capital, their Influence Is not In
considerable, nor do they lack for
BOTH ARRIVE IN PORT
ST. JOII.VK, Jf. F., June 10. (C. P.)
With decks awash and lifeboats
ready for launching; the freighter
Chariot made port here today. The
ship Is the property of the Tnlted
Ftiites flipping Hoard. - THe vessel
smashed her prow In a collslon With
an Iceberg yesterday. The boat was
fur down at the head, water momen
tarily threatened the botlrrs and the
crew fought hard ull nlffht to keep
her afloat. . .
The NenpooV a British steamer
which struck 8, berg Tuesday, has
docked, entering the Harbor under her
own power. The extent of damagn
can not be determined until her bow
Ml.VNEAPOLM, June 10 (A. P.)
A tree planted with the name Of P.
W. Oalbralth, Jr., national commrjld
er of the American Legion, who was
killed In an automobile accident near
Indianapolis early yesterday, will be
set out here, together with E&5 others
to perpetuate the memory of soldiers
who gave their lives during the world
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