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DAILY EAST 011EQON1AN, TENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1021.
On our stock of Voiles for 2 days only, Friday and Saturday
A Sale of Thousands of Yards of plain and fancy Dress Voiles at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES
- - fikm time to make up into warm weather fiwk conies thi offering of beautiful Dress Voiles at QUICK CLEARANCE PRICES, that 'do not begin to
tell the storv of their real worth and desirability. When such beautiful fabrics can be had for so little there is no need to be without plentw of dainty summer
dresses, for'after all what is prettier or more serviceable than a dainty voile dress? There is an air of freshness, a suggestion of youth about a voile dress! that
is chrming. Even woman needs a voile dress for wear on a number of occasions, for it is appropriate, cool and decidedly fashionable. THERE'S A LA HOE
COLLECTION OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. Most of them come in 40 inch widths and you art4 sure to like the lovely patterns, or the designs-are
all original, as for colors, shades and artistic combinations, there are so many, all so pretty, that you must see these special lots and choose the very nicest your
self. Our Quick Clarance Prices w ill surely save you a lot of money, so come. ' s
Our Entire Stock is Arranged In Four big Lots as follows
' ' LOTl LOT 2 : LOT 3 " : LOT 4
Quick Clearance Price, yd. lie Quick Clearance Price, yd. 39e , Quick Clearance Price, yd. C9e Quick Clearance Price, yd. SI .09
Our regular values to 30c yd. Our regular values to 75e yd. Our regular values to $1.25 yd. Our regular values to 1.98 yd.
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY every suit in our women's wear department will be
Look where you will, these offerings are without rivals as to quality, style and low
price. Every garment is from our regular stock which sold for far more at the beginning
of the season. All sizes are represented in some style but all sizes are not here in every
style, but every single suit is a big bargain at the price. Made of the best fabrics and in
the most favored styles of this summer season. The choicest suits are grouped as follows:
LOT 1 INCLUDES SUITS VALUED AT 832.50 to
$48.50. CLEARANC PRICE
LOT 2 INCLUDES VALUES FROM $55.00 to $75.00.
CLEARANCE PRICE . .."
LOT 3-INCLUDES SUITS FROM $78.50 to $ 1 15.00.
CLEARANCE PRICE- .
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IT WILL PAY YOU TO WATCH OUR
BACHELOR ADMIRAL WHO ADOPTED 7j
RUSSIAN ORPHANS WRITES RULES OF
INSTRUCTION TO GOVERN TRAINING
' AN1JKR.SOX, S. C. June 23. (I. X.
S. ) Th duy b-forv tin? xchvilulfd ar
rival hrrr of Hfitr Arinrrl ,Nt..n A.
McCully'n t'Vri U"ssUm rirplians, wlio
vi-rr lirouisht from Fe!rtri'P"l
filling! on six months uk ari'l from
Ulirr to thin H' ("- in !!"
i '.-1 HifM v.erf I"-kimi to mk thp chil
dren full-fledged South Carolinians, a
.1.1 ft.nri.v i)uKHi4e was (leUvrpfl
ti Mrs. Carrie ilK'ully, nu th'-r of Ad
miral il(:('iiil'. at w hose hom 1 he
KtixJ:an chihlr-n, their Jtussiun Rnv- i
friit-s an 1 At Vina Patrick, an Kna
SiK,i tutor, arc now staying for Iht
somTi:'. This ia l:ai; (onta'nffl a
tyie-rltten iloctiment of Instructions
hy which the conduct of the children
is to be Kovi-rned, and whs prepared by
Admiral Mci'iilly himself, who is a
This document containing several
thousand words, provides work and
play for every minute of the children's
time, from 7 o'clock .'n the morning
until they retire at S o'clock In the
cvcnlnc. Cnder no conditions must
these rules I.e violated except hy per
mission of the Russian governess or
Miss Vina Patrick, a niece of the ad
miral, who has been in Washington
with the children seven months. The
day must be(rin with all alike taking
eymnastir exercises to develop their
bf.dies. then a cold bath, when they are
ready for breakfast, which consists of
5 I . . TT- I C
I EGG COAL
; THE BIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
. CLEAN AND UNIFORM
D L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
cereal, milk and etes.
There are seldom seen three stronrr
er tookinsr Rirls than those of twelve
years of aire. They are the housekeep
eiH in Wash n'-'ton and the admiral ex
perts them to keep up the work whilo
they are with his mother, Mrs. McCul
ly. this summer. They set the tahle
and when the meal is finished nay
noth nrr to arybody, but Immediately
clear the tahle and If the conk Is not
there wash the dishen and put them
away. A chart In kept in KnKllsh by
; Mini Patrick and a chart in Russian
J tJ'r ivnnn .in ei n-wn. r.iicn (lay
the children are marked according to
the wav tlwv h.ive done their rluttea
J hv red stars. At the end of the month
the one. lietl ini? the most, red ntars retq
a gold Ur, which they proudly wear.
ICach child also receives a money com
pensation for the work done.
h hirer, Arc I'iiIiI for Work.
For one hour a day the Russian rov
trness gives a Itussian lesson and for
one hour Miss Patrick teaches an Kntf
lh:h lesson. They are not speakln.';
much Kmrlish yet, hut they understand
very readily what is said to them. The
children must be In bed hy X o'clock,
liKhts will he turned off at this time If
there is any difficulty about i?ett:nK the
children to turn In. Electric bulbs will
i be removed and short bits of candlei
served rut. There are prescribed du
ties for each child and fhe:r "titles"
ate. gardener and furnace man, nss'st
ant housekeeper, assist." it conk, assist
ant nursf. f.rrt dorr maid, second dooi
malfl and niesrnKcr. The schedule ot
j month!'.' pav runt from $l.r,0 for th
f'rst to 2'i cents for the last named
The children may do as they pleast
!w th the money earned, hut each am
lount deposited hy any of them In a
savings' hank will ho doubled hy ar
amount deposited hv the admiral to h1'
cr h"r credit. The failure of any child
lo carry nut his day s duties Is punish
ate bv s'ated deductions from the
Corporal punishment for any offense
is strict I v forbidden. In a chapter en
titled . "honor" appear these Instruc
tions. "Tell the truth" and
Ins that .does not belonn to you
Kardlnjr courtesy, the admiral advises
bis wards. "Try to help others and they I ners," lb s, '
help you." "He patient and you rule of nood
will gut noiiiething you waut" "UouU Jsciuus child."
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL
manners will ho taught by the use of
(rood manners." For the Information
of the governess, whose duty It Is to
Take noth- teach these principles of courtesy, the wm ioK,iiiy become the children of Ad
i you." Re- ladm'rnl says. In a sub-heading en- m'ral Mcfnllv
t tied. "ICrrors In teaching Rood man
to teach good manners, but a self-con-Mious
child is past help. A final chap
ter on "control and tralnitiK of chil
dren" leads off with the platitude that
"the child must know that 11 has a
mission In lifu."
Adoption Proceed "(th Sdicdiilccl.
ruder u sub-heading the admiral
savs: "Aiiher is human, an angry mo
ment now and then will not do much
Harm unless the t;rown-up should say'
noinctniiig that would be better left un-'
said." "Orders must sometimes he
Kiven," says another paranraph, and
"before giving an order consider care
fully, since an order once given must
be followed up until executed or au
thority will suffer. Choose a ptlet
moment during which to give tlie cru
der, use a iiuet tone of voice and make
sure the child understands an order Is
to be jrlven but once."
Admiral McOully says that tho chil
dren arc becoming more Interesting
every day. He has taught them to
swim, and they are learning American
customs rapidly and they will soon be
true Mouth Carolinians. When he
looks at them he is thankful that they
are here and not starving In Russia, he
snys. Court proceedings for the udnp.
Hon of the children will begin In the
June term of Hie court of common
pleas, when all seven of tho children
,S.) Naval destroyers sent two moro
'former Herman submarines to the bot
tom or the Atlantic In a highly sue
cessfnl demonstration of gunfira
against U 'boats , .
Poller a child knows no
manenrs than a self-con-Thvr
will b mill Uiu
TWO MOHK Srr.R SI NK.
WASH1NUTON, June S3. (I.
Stock of , ,
N'ow carrying n complete
I1"" ''" fJoods. Soups.
' heei e, Crackers, etc. Our
erms are rash. o,lr prices
"Why Pay More"
Remember our flill line of
hnkery goods and lomo mua
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