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DAILY EAST ORSQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1921.
vo Golf Champs to Me
I Our ttargain Basement MUST UNDERSELL Otherwise it is Not .1 Bargain Basement.
DO VO KNOW
lliat c l Ho ono complete l .ar;-
Jiiiiil oetiilieIv ( llojv Wear?
luu'tl lo ell to '.. tv n
NM4i.Tjiji uRevtot nuARiti:M stmt
SALE OF CHILDREN'S HATS
jpfiQPeoples Warehouse, .
.?lflr.-jywwrpc II I' WS" TO TWnr Ll'ltiy
STKVW U.T Sl'IXIAI,
Tin- .Mi'ii's Di j aiinu'in is rfci'tng a
lllliiill Of 25 I'OIVCnt CHI Nlroiv
Here's a sale that will
bring out every woman
in the whole neighbor
hood who has a .little
kiddie that will appreci
ate a Real Quality Hat.
We are placing on sale
Saturday morning at 9
One big lot of Madge
Evans Hats in velvets,
velours, felt, beaver,
pique, fancy straws and
colored Milans former
ly selling at the high price of $16.50, will now be "pat
on sale - t , A ' , '
, AT 23c ON THE DOLLAR -;
Think of this price then see the elaborate display in
the Ready-to-Wear window. - x
Nqne.sold before 9 a. m. Saturday. No refunds,
no returns, no exchanges, none reserved.
SERVICEABLE DRESS GINGHAMS
Those offered are mostly stripes in blues, pinks
and grays, and to appreciate the value there is in
them we suggest that you visit the dry goods section
where they are on display in the center aisle.
Special Price 23c the Yard. .
We take this opportunity to announce to all par
ticular workmen who demand the very best there is
in work shoes that we have stocked the complete
line of Original Chippewa Shoes which signifies that
The Peoples Warohouse will serve you with the very
best shoes possible to purchase with your money.
THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS IN THE
EATING ; OF A- SHOE IN THE WEARING. '
Shoes of "Quality" always prove that it is much
better to figure your shoe bill by the year, rather
than by the pair. '
' The "Modease" Oxford is typical of the "J. & T.
Cousins" line of carefully constructed "Quality"
Brown "Modease" Oxford, perfectly combining
comfort and beauty, medium heel, the pair. . . $13.50
Same in black, the pair $12.50
Bring your foot troubles to our Shoe. Department
36 INCH BEACH SUITING
A very pretty material for your summer frocks is
now being offered at a reduction from the original
COc price. , Now on sale for," the yard 4(Jc
, Dry Goods Side, main floor.
81.75 WORK SHIRTS S1.00
An excellent saving in a very good work shirt.
We have only a limited number of these shirts to of
fer so we suggest an early selection. Now all sizes.
Men's Dept., main floor.
Diverse as Flowers
in .the Garden are
our Styles in Light
some S u m m e r
the newest fashions in
dresses, our present dis
plays afford an excel
ent opportunity foi"
kvomen to select their
new summer frocks.
There is such variation
in the styles, too, that
each individual desire
can be full satisfied
and prices are excep-
tionally moderate. Visit
our Ready-to-Wear De
partment, Snri floor.
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Te T.Ay (ift't) Is En.Tlish holder of the American crn rolf evom
llon:ihl!. Jock HutchinHun (rlfrlit) U thu Amor't an hoMi-r of tuo KnsUah
open cliinipionfhlp. linih will play at trie Columbia Country Club,
Clicvj fviac, .Mf'.. Ju!y 19, '.', 21. for the Aiutrican open i:hn-p!bnshli).
THE FINEST VOILES
We' are continuing the good offer of our most ex
cellent Voiles that originally- sold as high as $2.00
now at a most pleasing sacrifice. ' "
-Most of-you are well acquainted with our high
standard q quality of Voiles, so.therefore all adjec
tives'of description are unnecessary."
-'Suffice It To Say 98c the Yard.
. Dry Goods Dept., main floor.
CLOSE OUT OF NECKWEAR
lot uf very
pii'Ci. ;it the extra luw prfrt; of
1-3 the regular Kellin. prico.
Sec the Oi.wplay iu trout wlmlow.
1 V (.AUTiatS ) HM.K
We are offering a special on
some wry pretty farters that
originally .sold for St.'JS. Frhlay
und ..! only ' SI. -I!
Visit the Bargain Basement where you will find many excellent savings in a great variety of good goods.
THE GROCERY SALE OF SURPLUS STOCK still continues strong.
We're sure cleaning up our stock rooms and we find that price and advertising has helped us to "turn the
There are still "loads" too much on hand. The opportunity is yours, as is also the saving. The loss is ours.
Reduce Your Living Costs Today. '
UNCLE SAM TAKES LIEN ON PROPERTY OF
1IKI.KXA, .Mont. July jf. (A. 1
Ver ly, the niys of u woman tire lnu'd
r.o explain.' At Iea.it that is tile ob
servation of It, S. Alenti uni, Htate fir f
marslial, who telln the nfory of tl,
ohl lady of UvhiKston, whose obHtlii
ley wan the worry of the' c'tV eoiinoil
:lie .flit' eli'ef, her nelKhhorn anil
even -Mr. .Mt'nlfinii. ' , ': .
'I'll s old lady owned a most un
slKluly. Im rn In the ocn'tei-' of a new
reshlenee fifllon that pVl'ded llsrlf 01.
heln' lather hxi Iiih ve n ml upon tin
irrhileclid'al he;ioty of ltn biinnalow,
and KKiu'iPH. Also' the old lady refu
d lo sell her property; she refuted t'
move the burn un 1 it Is said, tolil tw
if the neij;hl)orliood eouimlUces thu
die would stand "P:it" "anions olhej
Ithinm, o the rea dencf ' bdditlon foil
eallod mi the lire elili f tu'comlvnin I
!ou a nuisance -mill a fire trap.
I Tlie file Ch ef did h!n bit, but Iho ol
lady eari-led tho battle to the clt
eouuc-il and ilethn'ffl she would fight
t liKhl through, tg the Buprenie court.
The state fire marshal wan called and
mratu the struiture wan ordered con
demned. The ohl lady kept her prom
Ise. mid f led an anion In court which
noted as'a temporary sliiy on tho order(
Then sounds of hammeriiij: and miyi'
In - were heard by the. nelKhbors lssti'
I'm? from within the liarn. Naturally
"they thought that It wim lieinn repair-,
leil to pass muster its a sale siruciuie
the day of the trial, however, th
I uas di.' inis'd on the old lady fi
luotlcn. luinieiliately tho fire li
thoritieR prepared to finish the mriut-
I tare before a new' levrnl move wu;
hen they gained uccess to till
, h.u n they found there a tiny, but whol
Jly eliurmluB buKKUlow. All that ' re'
"imuined to be done wim to tear awaj
tho old waJlK. It was done and ire
surprised neiRhbors were hnppy wltli
; officials were very much relieved.!'
If your l"n
1 n jr. His tux laws are like tho laws
of nature you can't eioapo them.
llootlessors thounlit they were r.lip
piujT one over on the old gentleman
and "Kettini? away with II." but they
have discovered that though they sold
liiiuor ilieKally the sovernmenf is ro
ins to collect its pound of flesh in the
way- of revenue taxes.
('or months there has been a pow
erful lot of hootlOKKint,' in this part of
J'a., July (I. N. S.) iviotcd.
le Sainael doe ,n't t-t you They are perfeotli' pood liens, too
is certain to tifet you ;o- Iron clad and KUaraulecd not breaka
ble. Hotter Mill, tliey have rl;ht of
way ovr all other claim:! nk'utnst the!
properties. I'ncle yam will collect hi.- t
hill first Iii(( cents on the dollar and I
! Inn'rcst anil what is left, the other!
iordiiiMy idaimaiits if there are liny.;
may have. ' s
j I'. S, an Kxpcrt Accountant.
i ll's simple. The action is taki u un
dis Section "1S of the Kevlncd Sla- i
jtutes of the I'niti'd states, which sets
'forth thnt if the taxes are not paid at j
the proper time tin y become a lien j
attain :t the property of the person !
owln;;- sm h taxes. Not only tho tax'
itMelf. but tlr& interest and all costs
are. bunched in thai lien, and the lom,--;
or you dodH those tuxes th hitrfter j
the bill tho Kovermmiit will oolleot in I
the dill. ... ... -; . t
Non-:-of the lllfi it Ihiuor sellers paid
any tuxes for the li iuor they peddled I '.. ,.
, ., ' . ,, - author ties ure
lirouiai, su inc) ouiitiKi ine ich'iiiii-
laws, and tho lions ere the next step.
I:ootb:or tax dodders are all treat,
ed alike, whither thev do a bis busi
ness or a little business no irraduat-
u .. many
eu si aie toe i neto. i
The rlteril't will collect tho Kovern
I!ii'itlevi:ie.iT is not all profit.
the stale. acoordinK: to rum lit re
ports. Some vn.Tii caught rid bunded
and went s far as to plead K'.iilty to
save the expenses of del'endiiisj a suit
In the meantime Internal Revenue.
Collector Llewellyn, of l'ltlsburKh.
toolc notice. He rent a special exam
iner up h- re In Clearfield country. The
examiner went over the criminal
court docket in Prothonotary (County
Clerk) Kalston's office. He made a
list of all those convicted of Honor
law violations. This li.-t was sent to
headquarters in PiitshurKli.
In thu lust few days tax liens
against. " many of these violators have
been received at. the prothonutary's of
tice and are beins chalked up against
the properly of each violator con-
! UNCANNY KNOWLEDGE OF ANATOMY
I DISPLAYED BY SIX YEAR OLD ST.
j LOUIS YOUTH STARTLES MEDICOS
Hy IIKNItY W. K1NXKV.
il'nitel Press Staff Corresld'ndonl j
Ti.'lvl'i. July 21. After the re
iron of strikes and other labor difil
iciilllos which culminated duiiu? t
' war years of urosperlty. when the an I
I olv of labor was so far short of Hie if
'm.ind that the workmen wore able
I enforce almost tho demunilH they
ifii to make, tha-nerlod following t
islumu which benran In Murrh of )
I year. Was l ernarkably free , tn
I strikes. l'nemiloyment beeunio
j common atricn, and the movements
ihe workmen are marked by a Brovf
luir desire for what they call "dlril
a' tlon." S'hllo thm't'rm, as used hcl
Is,. ind, m-xUibtec UB.misht be bellcv;
It is evident, that the , worker ni
'showiilj; a tejidoncy. towaidii oppolti
to constituted uuthority. anil me potio
therebv. ' ' . ' '' "' f
Socialisli Kiflhovt(is are constant'!
belnir roken up. dlthounh they lipped!
!in Im no more .il.Hiirerou than nil
such movements wnicn are i
lowed to pass nnchnllenfferl elsowhe
and socialists, rind labor loaders ofb
find themselves under watch by.deti
, tivos and freiiiiently hauled to poll
l-iiations for exnlamitions. In Osull
jthn electric light station workers (
cently went on strike, leaving the CI
cuko of Japan in darkness, and sen
al clashes occurred between thpusan
of strikers and their sympathixe
with the police. In the course of whh
Told His School Teacher He
Would Rather Discuss Hy-
Qiene Than Recite Rhymes.
V. Y. Clark returned Friday from
a few days' business trip to I'ortland,
Mrs. Jack Kosn of IIc'lx spent the
week end at the home of her parents.
.Mr. and Ills. H. J ICimlish.
Walter (rsne hail a painful r.ecid'nt
Saturday. While standing in a swln(t
his Icet slipped off tho hoard and he
fell. As tlio Hiving i-iinie hack over
him the hoard struck him on the head
Inflictliig (ii:to an UKly wound. Ho
many were Injured, i no reu nair
j often displayed and tho old-tlmCfei
dal respect for the police is rapid,
Tho unrest and jriowlnc disreEu:
for frovernnient Buthority ls ulao slim
ling up conspicuously iimonu tho st
dents of various institutions Di
'strikes on the part of student bod I'
'have been freipient. i .
I While nil these niovemenlH. both
iStndents and laboreiO, 'are not as
d.insterous In theiiusetvos, they lndioH'
;plaiply n sleadily swellinB tide of nil
Imt while thT authorities are on'
-DYN4MO" DAWES, "CUSSLV
BRIGADIER" FROM THE WEST,
STARTS ECONOMY STAMPEDE
on that sort of waste by
every responsible, official immediate
ly to return to tho general supply
committee all equipment not now be
ins used elficiently. Instead of Jet-'
ued that to permit bureau heads to no
ahead and draw from uoxe funds the
government would be the usual loser.
.So he directed that not a dollar must
be spent from current ..I.,,:
...... , ,,,,..,.,., ., Uipi,e.i tn, uill.'l i no I). K. has I, eon l..,.
budfjet bureau. It puts everv
Unholy Disregard for Red Tape
: Enables Fiery Foe to Drive
I Home Healthy Ideas of Thrift
tirnates, to be sent later to consress.
coveriiiK K"vorninent money needs for
another fiscal year ending June 30.
11(3. a savini; of not less than r.OU,
01(0,111(11 In jfoverninent expenses will
be nhowu. Officials who are more op
timisLc predict that before Genera
Uav.es finishes his Job a cut in Kener
al (fovernment outlays of $l.(i0,'i),-
duo a oar will be possible.
eventually into junk ,'rom ilisuse H'j
the Jjawes way to turn it into ca.-h
This w,ll he done as si, on as the aoc
ernmeiU inventory is completed.
Congress allotted government do.
puitnients sums in many cases far be
yond tlieir actual needs. awes real-
halves Jin-t .li t oitist.
' Hell and Maria'1 Dawes, putting
the government on a prai:tlcal
Uy W. H. ATK IN.'!
Uljiternutivnal News Kervlce Staff
"WAMIINUTON, July SI. Wild
di H.iiiis of bureau chiefs for expansion
aid heavier citriidlnic of public funds ness basis. Is doing thiiiKH that nevei
luve bi'iui sudly Khatteied. These aanieiwenj done before, and in a new way
i.a.- i,ir. i. i..v f:illiii over There are no frills about the Dawei
. m h .uher in u slamiM de for economy, i methods. Ills direct action gets
ti i- I,. ...,i,ii,. v i.i iiii-.-k :ire tu sulti- He has hurdled over mor "red
i ital, Kor nice in the history of tape" in the brief time since be tool
the lioioi iime.it the win liir habit is be- tho helm than would have neemcd
I UK Inculcated unnms those who dls- ; plo su-ully pos-liile for any other man
buoi' the trviuiirv funds. And they But that's Dawes.
t bureau. It puts everv resmm.
. sile official dealiNs With government
! fLsi'ul 'natters on trial. Oeneral Dawes,
I as-the trial jude. holds officials in,.'
, del' suspicion of reckless m,imt.!
; id tnoy fully and unequivocally Justify
'ihe.r spi-nding programs.
KT. l-OI'IS, Mo.. July -dly Kent
Watson, 1. X. S. Staff Corrcsiondenl.)
When he told his school teacher
inai neu rumor laili on nygicne ano ; -i --v ,.,(.s.
.Sanialation" than recite "a .slllylas aoie io oeinor.inc i-.ast I'legon- ,. ...,. the means n
rhyme." (leno P.ablwin Warkloff, six J"" Riturday cvcniiuc as usual. (which they lake to stem It liave KO fa
year old soli, of Clly Health Con, mis-j The farmers around Uieth are very i frn utterly lneffccHuil. . ,
sionei" .Max C. Ktarkloff attracted at- ; hiir-y In the fields now harvest lug their i . B , ,-
tentlon. inrain. I TO Slilfi lll'sTOKH' TIMKIMFfj!
In .St. I.ouls now lie is considered a( K. M. Woods relurned Friday from i I'OSTON' Julv 21. (I. N". H,1 V
(prodigy. Ho possesses a very phono- u short business trip in Idaho. massive Kohl which.' nonly three Inclie"
nienal brain,' physicians declare, anil j .Montin Fletcher him b-on havlnc in dlnmeter, curried by i'laiilel Wobstei
idestiny has so shaped it that ho nil! finite, a serious time, fur the past four! when he represented Massachusetts h
become one of America s foremost ' wj eks from blood iiolsonlng in her Uift
surgeons or physicians. I arm. caused by a cat scratch.
The boy, in l.alin terms, is able to j Mis. John Heath was vlsitlng
give technical defiifitions of all part; : frk mW in Kieth Monday when s'u
of the human anatomy. Further, !i ; slopped here on her way home In
is able to describe the functions of ( pleasa nt Vallev, from The Dalles.
ure gcltlii the haliil in a rush. They
had to under the Isdil economy strokes
inioW by Ihe dyiiiiinic liudjiet Director.
Cluirb " J. ImiM.
In every ;oi oriimeiii buri iiu In the
t Vi a'y t r uioio eneouilve and Inde
pciujeiit t'.-tubllshmeiits budget officers
IH i rmiu'US di n the'r es'linie I-
another year. They are aleo wading
tutu c'"f o"v-lMid plans for expend.
' i.iificials soon found that either th
were to swing in behind General
Daw es to achieve the aims of the pies
idem' Pi i 2i'am. or tbut they were to
Is? classified as not altogether inilis
pi usable to tin; working out of a prob
lem thai means so much for the pros
perity of the people and tile nation.
Uoiierul liaivea didn't wait to ask
bureau clvefs about the advisability uf
tures tills flM'Bl year to effect larse an inventory of government stocks of
wxhig. llefore August 1, when tin
tiiiflpet bureau enneois to ooinnlete e-
la hxt 378 1
mater bis. imu h of It suriilus war
wtocks. iliat must be converted into
-imp ns one way to cut down the tax
' He h'U out an order that the thing
had to be dune and put a limit on the
ti..... i, iv Inch th Job must be accom
plished. .M uitlcr of iiste.
Dawes wiw extravagance ramiiant in
all Fovorninent depart inents and guv
erniniiit funds wasted on imaginary
niedK for eupplles. Jle put crimp
Vyf, rfBy,fr''0?yw'vv-.- -' ' ...
I t i
V r '
lh bndy's organs. The best physici
ans here have been unable, to rattle
him witii puzzling questions.
In Iris father's office the youth
pours over books on medical ncieiice.
His hours at home, when not given to
anions play, are spent in studying a
chart of the human body.
"That story about dork bringing
newcomers is all bunk," declares the
youth, who has reasoned to his own
satisfaction Jlhat humans enter "the
world much "after the fashion of new
born chickens or other ba.by animals.
"The hoy's knowledge of anatoinv
would shame the average well-educated
doctor," one of the leading ' piiy
Mcians here declares. "lie is a marvel."
and Mrs. While and children
'"lurned from the'r vacation.
Congress was offered for sale tn thai
State by niho Wicker, of Cambridge.
't was given to Webster by a California
olmirer and contains and complimen
tary Inscription: "Advocate of the
I'nion and defender of lt lutitutlom'.
The watch with t he chain woilihs nine-
U ai h by th? UerinauH.
giau jmasants reiiih rf d honif less and ornhaiuvl hu ihD
a,e allowed to live rent-free in "duir-mit" luiilt fi-i-.i
Thttir nresence is ;t irrim A,ln,lAw iA t.rf
ntitkri hoajOJ ovcx Jatroi-e Xc Um it aed.rf rawjai- Belgium-- '
HOSPITAL IN THE DALLES
tl.'ast uregonian Fpeeial.)
ItlKTIf, lire. July SI. The news of
little Sum Winchester's death was tele
graphed here Kuuday. Ho parsed away
!in the hospital at The Dalles early
j.'Vniday mi rnlng after an iliiieis of 4.'i
days. .Mr. Wini hosier :s blacksmith
jut the rouii I house and he w ith his lit
J tie son have I wen living In the home
hu purchased last February from H.
j Ij. Tompkins.
Mis. P. W. Clark .'((id chilili f n' left
;S;iiiilay for Heai.ii'e where fluy will en-
Joy their summer vacation.
Mrs. Iewis McN'eal wan called to l.aj
Grande Sunday by the death of a little
Pcixllet oil's Most Sanitary, Cleanest,'
Coolest and Flvless Grocery: Announces
A Big Reduced Price of Tru Blue Cookies, Crackers
Hi: ( 'AKTONS. I 'on 1 "(' Anlnml Cool,lc lilue Hibboii Smlas, JOm
press Sodas, 'It iiiuirsiiniH, l,oinon Snaps, Oyster Crackers.
I.lo CAIf ONS A.--uniod takes, Arrowji ". Illue Hihhuii Soilas.
Ilrauclas, lluttcr 'I'liins. ChecM' Walcis, Chocolate IVInirs, Cracker
.Meal, Fig: liars. Five O'clock Tolls,' jiy;tr lvrl.-w, (iliiKer Siuis,
( rahaai CracHrs, Honey Hoy CiSiklos, llouxdiold , htaliM, In'imn
Wafers. M.'ii'shninllow Dainties, Shell Ojslor Crackois. Tru III" Salted
Wafers, I'm lilii Sueur Wafers, Ti ll lllu Tea r,lM iilt. VanHa W'afcm'
2;)c CAIlTONSi l,ms lliancli Salted Wafers.
Sot- AI!T!)NS Tru Itlu Sugar Wafers ( anila, l.onicii or Clnxyliito).
;i5c ( AKTONS P.I u ltlbhiiii Soda Wafers, family size; Household So.
ila.-i, lllvoisiilo (linger Snaps, 'I'm lilii f.ialiain-., .family !; Tru
Dill Salted Mufcrs, family size. ;
"." CAItTONS llotisi'liokl Sislas, big sipiarc size. '' ' '
!."lc CAKTO.NS lilue KlblKUi Sislas in oriil Tins.
Kctiicnihci- the Dig; tiiixt-ry StiM'U Jiiiliiolloii Sale. Wc lire soiling
many Items below the wholesale, price.
THE PURE FOOD SHOP