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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PEJTDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING JULY 9, J921.
Works Free for Uncle Sam
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By reducing our profit on clothes we can in
crease yours. .
We want to increase yours. .
Because, if we jih e vou unusual values, it's
reason for Imyinir; and
It's a rule of business that a small profit and a
large volume of sales is more profitable than a large
profit on a small volume. ,
We're selling Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes today at prices closer to cost than
ever before; we ought to sell a lot of them
at this special price of
COOL SUMMER SUITS $15.00 to $25.00
NEW MANHATTAN SHIRTS . . . . . 2.50 to 810.00
STRAW AND PANAMA HATS REDUCED 14.
JlJ WHERE IT PAYS
if we sell more, we'll
tl j LV-fl a fuse t
TO TRADE p??p3jffl
Stake Body and Cab
36x6 Cord Tires
IS NOW ON
10th to 16th
nna MI turf UUaajj I
ts- t T.- T."nui'. ik ia koen
He has been made head of tho new Welfare, Department of the Pouit'
Perviea, without-pay. Dr Frankel Is vice president ol the Mau-opoliiari
UXe luaunuice Co. and a leading welfare workr.
Church "f the Hwlinncr
Rev. Alfred Iockwood, rectiir.
8 a. m., holy communion. 11:00,
morning prayer and Hermon. No
evening service. The rector preaches
at the morning service on ''Tho Com
mon Task." The public is cordially
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
holds services at 813 y, Main street
(first stairway north of the Inland
Empire Bank). Sunday services are
at 11 a. m. The subject of the lesson
sermon for Sunday, July 10th, is "Sue
rament." Sunday school begins at
9:45 a. m.
A Wednesday evening' meeting
which includes testimonials of-healing
Is held at 8 o'clock. The reading
room, which' Is maintained at the
same address, is open daily from S
a. m. to 9 p. m., where the Plble am!
authorized Christian Science literatitrr
ALL RUN DOWN
AND WORN OUT
Because you have not thorrmchly
purified your blood, but have tillowed
to remain in it tho accumulations of
wasto matter that cause weakness,
loss of appetite, dull headache,
broken sleep, backBcho, eruptions
end humors nnd other troubles.
Take Hood's Sarsnparilla, tho
medicine that renovates, strength
ens, tones it will build you up, mukt
you feci better all over.
Hood's Pills help as a stomach
tonintr. diere3tive cathartic.
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nmuU clerks nanny and sinltlnx
may bp read, lir-rrowed or purchased
The public Is cordially Invited to nt
tend (he chunh services and to visl
the leading room.
The First Spiritualist Science church
w II hold services Sundav evening al
? o'clock In the Rmle-Woodman hall
.cture and demonstrations by Elmel
nichtcr. Subject, "fiuardlan Angets.'
Everybody w elcome. ' '
10:00 n. m., Sabbath school In eac
luirch. 11:0(1 a. m.. linltMi service I
t. E. church. Sermon by llev. G.
I'lark. No evening service on account
There 'will- be German Luthern
lernion at. the First Christian churc
it 2 p. m. ffev.' A. Hlasberg will
r-nch tho sermon. ,
Itcv. AV. H. Cox, pastor. Residence
Sir. Ttush St. I 'bono IK 7.
Sunday morning Sunday school at
1:50 a. m. F. M. Itiley, Supt. Preach
ng service, 11:00. Itev. W. H. Cot
.vill preach his farewell si'imon ol
Sundav morn 'tis. You are cordl.ill!
nvitcd to be prcpcnt at' that time
There will be special music and spe
ial sins: m; and a hearty welcome
Sunday flight, no service, but a
inlted Chautauijua meeting at Hap
MARK HENDERSON WiLL
WKSTOX, Ore.', July 9 (E. .O., Spe
,'lal) .Mr. and, Mrs. Kd May and
.laughter returned to Oregon City
Tuesday after u three weeks visit Willi
relatives on the hill.
I Mrs. Dick English is moving to
Camp Jlc.Doiigal for the summer, to
';e near her husband. I.lttle Margaret
I md Evangeline Ixgan will be with
I her. .
Mrs. C. W. Avery and daughter
Elisabeth returned to W'esfton after
visiting relatives and attending the K.
1'yct'lcbint.on at Cold Springs.
.Mr. and Mrs. John Wroe and fam
ily of Wild HorHe, former residents of
vVcston Mountain, celebrated at Cold
Mark and Fred Henderson drove to
Dayton, Wash., Friday and visited
friends and attended the Chautauqua
both days, -Hra. Mark Henderson and
daughter Dorothy returning with
Mark' Henderson bought Charlds
May's Interest in the Ml. Threshing
Co. machine and will run It this sum
mer. Volstead s Aid
Her father'! daughter la his chief
lieu tenant In making the oatioo dry
Miss Laura Volstead, Un(htar. Ok
bm Minnesota congressman wb put
lit teeth In lh dry law, 0U M ktl
George Hkckenthorne, former Pert-
dleton boy, who la playing opposite
Qludys Walton as a cripple In her lat
est feature "ChrlHtlne of th Younr
Heart" was nearly actually crippled
recently when a wheel rime--Off hid
car on the road to Balboa Hcaoh near
Los Angeles, throwing the car into a
ditch at the foot of a xteep hill.'- Mr.
Hackathorne finished the picture,
however, but he hardly had need of
he braces he wears to make him pp
pear crippled In the picture.
Hackuhorne gained a great deal of
prominence in l,oA Angeles film cir
cles by his portrayal of ; Alias, the
Hunchback (another cripple) lit Allan
awn' "The Rln of Martha Queed"
nd in T. Hayos Hoisum-'' nrdu',l'"t
f the Irving Ttachellor novel IThe)
Jght In the Clearing." .Jloth pictures
will be released this fall.
WASH I N'flTON. Jutv 8 fl. N. fi!
A varied diplomatic career Is behind
the new American ambassador to
Chile, William Miller Collier, president
of the George Washington university
and former American minister to
Spain, Who was appointed to the
South American post a lew days ago
y t resident Harding.
William Miller Collier was born In
ijodl, New York, In November, I8(t".
he son of the Rev. Isaao Collier,
i'oung Collier was graduated from
Hamilton college In 1889, with the de
(ree of Bachelor of Arts, securing his
master degree in 1892. He spent a
''ear at Columbia university law school
'hre he won the degree of Doctor of
law, which degree he also had b
towed upon him by Hamilton. New
fork, Syracuse, George Washington
ind Wesltyan universities and col
'eges, the degree of L. H. IK from Ho
wrt college being bestowed upon him
;n 1920. ' '
As a young nttorncy Collier prac
.Iced In New York City, having been
ul mil led to the bar In 1891. He mar--led
Frances Beardsley Rosa of Au
mm. New York, In 189S. He becama
i referee In bankruptcy for the north
ern district of New York In 18M and
a member of the 'New York Stat
Civil Service commission In 1899.
Later he became president of that
In 1903 President Roosevelt ap
pointed Collier special assistant attor
uy general of the United States, as
I'gned to the department of com
Tierce and labor. He was appointed
;olicitcr of that department In 1104.
n 1 90.i he was named envoy extraor
llnary and minister plenlpbteritlafj' to
3pain. He returned to America In
1909 and becme a law lecturer and
ittorney for various American corpo
rations doing business In Europe. He
hen became a lecturer on diplomacy
at George Washington university.
In 1914 Collier wat appointed plenl.
intent tnrv and head of the Amf.rl nn
delegation to the International con
ference at Christlanla. Nbrway, to
frame a government for trie Island
if Spitsbergen. In December, 1917,
'oilier was 'elected president of
3eorge Washington university.
While In Washington as a college
president he was frequently called up
on for advice on many diplomatic
luestlons, and he served during the
.var us chairman o the extension com
mittee of the Rod Cross;
Collier Is a Republican. He Is the
author of a number of standard text
books on bankruptcy and civil service
. SAN FRAXCtSCoi July (I.:N. ft)
Sisters separated by the fereiit fire
mil earthquake of 1808, each believ
ing the other dead, will be reunited
through the medium of the printed
"An appeal to Captain James Qulnn,
.lerk to Chief of Police Daniel O'Brien
,'rom Lilly Queenie Maker Thaln to
assist her Jn getting back to the Unit
ed States from an Internment camp
in Hilda pest, Hungary, is to bring a
reunion of the sliders after IS year
of silence, ',
Belle Haker Wilton, vaudeville ac
tress, now In New York City, read In
a newspaper dispatch of her sister's
appeal to Captain Qlilnn and the iden
tification was established, Mrs. Thaln,
widow with two children, soon will
bo on her way to New York to join
her sister. ;
.Valued In Casualties
The sisters are the daughters of the"
late Captain Joseph 11. Baker of the
San Francisco police department.
The homes of both sisters were de
stroyed In the fire of 1906 and their
names were published In the list ot
Bello Wilton believed that both her
sister and mother had perished.
And Mrs. Baker and her daughter,
reading the name of, .Belle among the
dead, made their way to Europe.
Mrs. Baker died on her way 40 Vi
enna and the oncoming . war" found
Lilly "an Interned American" In a hos
tile country. - ?
Recently Lilly wrote' to Captain
Qulnn asking assistance in getting out
of Hungary, where she had been
striving to raise sufficient funds Tor
that purpose. In that letter she stat-'
ed that her mother and sister, Belle.,,
Vllion, had died In the 8n Franclscoj
' Protects Side, Curtain Fahrlo ' '
There has been invented a' thimblfl
for the ends of upright rods, used to
support automobile side curtains to
protect the fabric fr6m punoture and
relieve the stitching' from strains.
Indicates Supply of Gasoline -
A newly Invented guageto-Indicate
the am'oOhTbf gasoline in an auto,
mobile tank of a dial on the Instru
ment board of a car Is operated by the
pressure of the fuel on a cylinder '
cniwed Into tbo bottom drain, pip.