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DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON. " FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1021.
diarlm Wellington rurkmg's lkH.k
"LET 'ER BUCK"
At tlie (irlc of $2.SS lit nwwt rcitson--.
A rood number of pa turns helve
taken advantnse of our liberal offer
to mull the book to any of your friends
-wo wrap It, addrcsa it, stamp It, In
eure It and charge It on your regular
Juxt Tclr-photie I s, U'rtt I s. r t ail
we're waiting to accommodate you.
I'SK ALL Ol U J'RKE Si:itVI('l S-Tk arc intended for YOl".
jour comfort ami convenience In shoppiiuj;. ' " ,
Our .bij; slore- appreciate;! ir patronage, looks to
Jnsl a Mere tMtjrgcistiutt
We suggest that you lay In a reas
onable supply of suger, since the mar
ket has advanced twice within the
past ten days.
We'lf take good care of your order
whether it bo large or small.
.V General Survey Sliovv
A Very Liberal Lot of
Displayed throughout the fine,
store. Mostly odds und ends
should be cleared ,out. The displays
ure all conveniently arranged on the
selling counters and tho Friday and '
Saturday shopper will be very ngrco
, ably surprised at the good reductions. ,
A Timely Offering
Children's Summer Hat Sale
A most appropriate sale Just nt a
time when your Millet's hat has pos
sibly shown signs of wearing out be
fore the season is over.
We aro'offerbig them at 1-3 ofr.
On sule on the children's balcony.
Good Cold Watermelons
There's no need to Ice your melons
when bought tu our clean, cool grocery
basement. They are kept cool hero at
Wc arc? now selling Southern Ore
Hon Mellons, tlicy lire the sweeljt of
Friday and Saturday Shoppers
Will Be Agreeably Greeted With These Good Special Sales
IVsr IVIdsy and Saturday Shopper
Children's Plaj Suits
Our entire stock of this class of
Children's Wear is now placed on sale
. . . At 1-3 Price -
v ' Children's Uatcony.
Pacific Jewel Pure Silk Hose
Special Friday and Saturday
Fine Quality lisle top, very elastic,
SO inch pure silk boot, extra strength
In heels, soles and toes. Colors, black
and "whit and all sizes. Tou'll find
this hose a splendid value at 11.73 our
regular price. .
Extra Special for rrfclay and Satur
day. a pair St.SS
Main Floor Dry Goods Side.
A liberal Lot of the Prettiest of All Children's Wash Dresses
Summer with its glorious weather beckor.s to children to come cut and play in its.bright sun
shine. And mothers know what thai means, more dresses. This sale, therefore, with its un
matched values should not be missed by those parents seeking a good buy. The savings are unusu
al even for these d;tys of lower prices. Stvles are numerous. s
' $1.98 to 88.75 Values for $1.35 to 86.56
This sale is being held on the Second Floor
Kaysed Silk Top Union
Suits, Special for Friday and
Saturday, a garment $2.49
Women's Fine Quality-Urn
on Suits, Special for Friday
and Saturday, garment 69c
Women's Fine Ribbed Vests,
Special for Friday and Sat
urday, a Garment 10c
Women's Swiss and fine ribbed vests
with band top, sizes JS. 40 and 42
These were all priced much higher but
for two days we have put them on sale
at an astonishingly low price.
Special for Friday and Saturday,
a Garment 10c
Women's Pure Silk and Fi
bre Hose Special Friday and
These stockings you will find to bo
of superior quality, and to give satis
factory wear. Colors black, cordo
van and white, sizes S 1-2, 9 9 1-2 and
19. These stockings are extraordinary
value at our regular price at 85c pair.
Extra Special for .JYiday and Sat unlay
Only, a I'air 74c.
40 InchFancy and Plain
Voiles Yard 29c
Trelty voiles, of extra width, 40 In.
nice quality, large assortment of pat
terns and plain colors to choose from.
Our regular prices in this lot range
from. Sc to 75c. " ' '
. Most llcttMiuabk' lYice. yard 29c
The Better Grade Georgette
Voiles, yard 74c
Sheeting and Pillow Tubing
at Money Saving Prices
Our quality sheeting is of excellent
quality, smooth even weave, washes
well and will stand hard wear.
7 3 Inch Unbleached Sheeting, Special
Value, yard 4c
81 inch Unbleached Sheeting, Special
Value, yard : 54c
99 Inch Unbleached Sheeting, Special
Value, a yard v . 58c
72 inch Bleached Sheeting, Special
Value, a yard .
81 Inch Bleached
Value, a yard .
eft Inch Bleached
Value, a yard .
. . . 59c
I Inch Pillow Tubing, Special Value,
yard : : 34c
42 Inch Pillow Tubing, Special Value,
. yard 9c
45 Inch Pillow Tubing, Special Value,
Friday and Saturday shoppers will
find tbese good things displayed at
the rear of the Dry Goods side Main
Tissues and French Ging
hams, a Yard 69c
They come in pleasing designs and
color combinations. In plaids, checks,
stripes and plain odors. The tissues
have a silvery silk stripe running
through the material: 32 and SS In.
in width. Our regular values from T3c
to J1.00 yard.
A lot Reasonable Price, yard GDc
Beautiful Marquisette Cur
tain Nets 59c
They are exceptional values and or
iginally sold for V5c to S5c the yard.
Corsets Half Price
A fair sized lot of very
good corsets, slightly soiled
and odds and ends.
For the Particular Friday and "
Saturday Shoppers i
All Exquisite Showing of
Beautiful Lace Dresses
Particularly attractive are
these models with their unusual
jy pretty trimmings and color ef
fects. Although other becoming
types at these prices are various
ly and prettily designed, these
models shown are more notable
for their own graceful lines, be
ing shaped at the hips and grace
fully gathered. v
Aside from their prettiness
they are most appropriate and
just what are wanted for these
The Prices Range $38.50 to $83.
On display in the Ready-to-Wear
Empire Bed Sheets $1.39
Slx'JO Inches in size, good, nedlum
weight; smooth even weae.
SK'ckil Value, each SI.IIO
Dreamland Quality Bed
Sheets at $1.49
Slx'.i'J inches in size. A good kind
for hotel, apartment or lodging house
use, Xoto the largo size.
Special Value, each $1.19
Queen of the Home Bed
Sheets at $1.59
SIx'jO inches in size, excellent quality,
smooth, even weave and will stand
rouh use. Fine for home or hotel
use; good large size. '
Special Value, each $1.59
All Men's Straws
Are now selling at the
low price of
This sale has its signifi
cance the high quality
of these hats is known
to all our patrons, 50c
on the dollar sure means
No straws or Pana
mas reserved. All must
go at this half price sale.
Main Floor, Men's Side.
A Most Interesting Sale of
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
This is certainly proving a most popular sale, judg
ing from the way they are naping up the good bar
gains. The suits run light, medium and dark In colors
and their weights are most Suitable Tor these hot days
and the hot days to come. '
$22.50 Suits sell for ............ . $15.00
$20.00 Suits sell for $13.85
uigh grade 1taxmx pants also akk
$12.50 Pants are now $S.3:V
$8.75 Pants are now .' $5.83
See the display in the Men's Window.
1 Friday and Saturday shoppers will be
greeted with a sale of most seasonable
Queen of the Home Pillow
Cases at 34c and 39c
42x36 and 4ux3ii inches in size, made
from good wealing quality material,
Special Values, tacli ....31c and 89
Sale of High Grade
Kid Oxfords for
We arc offering one large lot
of Odiis and Knds of our very
best kid Oxfords to clear this
class of footwear.
You will find u liberal range
of sizes and widths among the
lot and tho values ran to $14.50.
livery one knowing the ex
cellent high quality of our foot
wear will not confuse these Ox
fords with the "take a chance"
variety. They represent our
The Sale Price
sale In tho Women's Shoe
VACUUM BOTTLIUS For camping or to fit your lunch kit. B. tain
( tlte heat 13 hours. Guaranteed $1.30
WOMf.VS BLACK STOCKINGS We've ircku.ly sold nuuiy a pair
fir 9 Good Mack, cJi'ar thread, special l"x:
HUtE IS THE PKICK SI'KCIAr, Sc SFU.t I I Tlicy arc little 3
wheel velikkv made of natural a-b vamilietl with a painted home's
head nod 3 ml wooden lntl. They a,re built Strom; and attract
ive and anc w-U worth H2.00. There i. iw a very great number of .
, the! little vclihies In the lot, so we suggest that you buy now!
MUVS UNION SUITS 98u Marie to wcurwnot made, for price only.
WORR SH1KTS Kxcellent Blue Work Shirts for nun. Double
stitched, mm pocket, full cut, 'Special : 57o
MKN'S UNIONS 98c Kf-pecially uxI lualcrwcar to j Hose out at a
cheupv price, fluvial ' 8c
PtNWnONj GREATEST DtPART.HINT SIOKl
L,T.'!.'r''JwMrne IT PAYS TO in nr )rvrX'vr.;'-,t9
1'AL.MOLIVF SCAT 7c 15 bars for the low price of $1.00.
HOY'S KMI'i: WITH CHAIN 10c Metal handle, ami ouo good blade.
RNGI.ISII IM'ORATl-:i TKA lOTS 08o Tho I'ijict on the Market
Less Than $1.50.
UXTK V VAIAK WHISK liUOOMS 40c The kind that has been w ll
ing for loo.
U'tfJIKN'S GOOD IU.ACK STOCKINGS 15c The kind that we, haxe
sold regularly for 25c,
. K1IAKJ DHKSSU.S AND DIVIDED SKIllTis Sold rcasoiiHbl.v lit The
ilsr op jxi'
16 U Quwr ut QtU tZ-
See the Elaborate Display
of This Week's Specials in
the Grocery Show Window.
We call your special atten
tion to this week's money
savers on display in the Gro
cery show window. Every
item means '"money back in
your pocket." Here are the
items we feature.
Xtra Specials Xtra Specials
This week s shoppers are
offered some Xtra Good
Money Saving Specials in
our Busy Grocery Basement
$1.15 Olives 75c
An excellent bargain when you con
sider the excellent quality. These
onvus are packed in jugs.
The very sweetest und meail'si
ha ins jou could wish juat tho right
Sjxrcial per Hmml 23c.
Red Salmon Special
The finest pack by one of tho bl-
gc-st and best packers of high grade
Two 25c cans, for 35c
. Special on Shrimp
A fine stock, packed under the most
exacting inspection laws.
Two 25c cans for 35c
Crystal White Soap
Kveryone knows the popularity of
this universally satisfactory soap.
Special 20 bars for $1.00
Preferred Stock Oysters
Kveryono knows that "Preferred
Stock" means large oysters, solid
Special per can 15c , ' "
This is the Dill Pickle Season
Regular 20c oan for. . 10c
Four bjiskets to the crato
Special ler Critle vtlo
Jnt ripe enough to can
SM'clal per pound "o
Luscious and most lender fruit
Sieeial lcr Crato $3.00
You'll say they're delicious
'Spc'hil per Crato S !.."!
25 Per Cent Discount on all
Dishes, Stone Jars," Perco
lators, Tea Pots and Elec
tric Irons. . ' .
EXCELLENT BARGAINS FROM THE BARGAIN BASEMENT
OF CONGRESS PROBE
Official Inquiries are Expensive
to Government; Hearing
Often Conducted at Distance
WASHINGTON. Aug. 5. (lly II. IC
lteyuolds, I.. N. S. Staff Correspond
ent.)-As eongress continues to dis
play a wlUiumicjiM to invest igut
thing from the price of tin horns to
tho transportation, pu..lu, there Is talk
on Capitol Hill that "antl-lnvestlga,-ttou
blocs" may bo formed Id' both
houses to combat further Inquiry im-
jless they seem to bo of extreme 1nt
! portance and it is showing that soma
i benefit may bo derived from them.' "
I Congressional Investigation, leading
joftea to nothing moro than voluml-
'nous reports filed away In tho archives"
jof the Capitol, have been the subject
of severe .criticism for many years.
but congress goes merrily along, prob
ing Into this end that, as It lias ilono
for mora than u century. ;
These official Inquiries lire. expen
sive, tho cost of a singlo Investigation
!sometiiics runnlng lnto several thou-
iand dollars. In many cases It ha '
boon neeensary for meinbers of Inves
tigating committees to conduct hear
ings In various parts of the country,
end It Is a usual thing to make pn
vlsioua for Biich trips when rfMlu-
Hons authorizing inquiries are pre
sented in the senate or house. Steno-
graphic reports o" all testimony heard
.: tie ii'le.'ii;'.enr. a.c always , reli
ed for the use of congress and auvo t
Interested In the results of Its labors..
but lu most cases the printed doeu- '
ments succeed In accomplishing I ith
tng more than gathering dint end
turning yellow with ngu.
' Jt Is true that ui.lny Ot these luces
'tlgr.ttona havo proved to he worth
uhile, especially when they were fol
lowed up by legislation designed to
unreel or let-ri u the evils winch it Was
bi ught to uncover. . .
l)o n lrotM-s Now On. . . i
I A considerable number of senator
and representatives have surveyed
the situation, however, und have come
to the conclusion that It might be well
to put u damper on superfluous in
; vestlK.itlons in order that Jho uttou
:llun of congress might not bo diverted
ifrom the serious business of making,
'the country's laws.
Despite this growlug feeling It 1.1
I regarded as unlikely that a,ny reduc-'
tion in the nun, Iter ol senatorial or
I eongressional probes cu be exuected,
in the near future, because It Is near
: ly always io.-il'U! to assemble enough
votes In either branch of congress to
gel un afiirmallve derision on the
iquestion "to probe or not to -probe?"
when it comes to u showdown.
I Durlug the present ses-tiKik of con-,
gress, railed for the purpose of re
vising the internal rev enu lv,s land
lowing a new tariff bill the "senate
and house luive iavesUvrated or . ure
now In the nitddC ef .Inquiring Into tho
railroad problem tlni agrlrnllurai sit
uation, the' mii)r war m Vf.rt Vinri.
ula, the escupe of Grover Cleveland
Ilergdoll, the needs of ex-service men
and the bureaun organ Used for their
leMef. the rVderal Reserve Hoard
and a ho: t of Ie.Htr subjects Incident,
to routine legislation. ' ' ,. '
.a r n n
h irnno mot.
iu ru I im .
i.MI.'l lliiuu uoi
irtWBYrsMr' .flirt HWa
GIRL AHORNFY CLAIMS OF A
IF IT DOES. THEN GIVE UP CAREER
o. a. a
HKJt.MIKTOX, Ore., Aug. u. A
committee of the board of regents of
.the Oregon Agricultural College ar-
! rived in Hermiston early Wednesday
tliejitors. sne woiks in a law onue morniu and Bp!llt tlie tnt)r0 ton.
ion. v. Here sne expects soon i
I muted to the bar. Both are g
t..Ke cuvance law wors piooaui ai f ... lud.-U in the tarty wore four
imembers of the board. J. K. Weather-
TO BE OBSERVED BY HARDING AND
j morning ana spent, me cmiro lore
to ad- jtloon visiting and Inspecting the wor
g?dng to ,cf t,e experimental station, here.
By 11. C. HAMILTON,
International News Service Sia.'f
ITljIVTA. ia.. Aug. ' t. When
Miss Johanna blollberg, elshteeu. je- Coinrublu University in New Vo l'.
.,n .i..iiiieil liere that she nn.b- "If a woman career Inb
..i.iv held a record In being the young- iber Marriage.
rst Jaw Ktudcnt ever to graduate fmm Answer to .guestionliig. ' by all mean. ton1 iry
lfere.i V 11
said Miss Feldmun m
lnercial Association and Joe Harvey
I of the East Oregonian were in town
! last week.
Sirs. l. B. Spencer and daughter
Jfarjorie have lef( for a visit with
Mrs. Hpencer's parents In Portland.
D. Z.'lrvin of the sales department
of the Standard Oil company was In
town last Saturday. He makes all the
towns in the state and was In Hermis
ton when it was. little more than u
I tent colony.
Harry Strong of the Inland Umpire f
i lumber company and u. W. Kellogg1 WASHINGTON. Aug. 5. (Hy II. K. the Inter-American high commission.
rk of the Ilermiston Auto company have T.cynolds. I. N. S. Staff fiorrespoud- I resident Harding, tho Mce J'rwl-
returned with their families from a jenl.) president Harding, Mce-Presi- oont, socrelury or Slate itugnes. Am-
vacation at Ike Chelan. Wash. : dent Coolidge, cabinet members, 01- : uassaaor juies jusseraiu, ol rruiic
Kred liennlon, the county agent, plomats and distinguished citizens wil"
Albany, president. Jefferson j was in Ilermiston Tuesday. 'join here on October 3 In observing
Portland. C. U Huwlcy. Port-I Father Uutler nf tli loenl i'':,ihi,lir the fix hundredth anniversary of the
a law acnool nynow mc
v onw ever to receive a diploma n
tiil'b her to practice law, she stared
Jol'.arna liad cUisematc. also ra'h
er youthful and also of the '"jno.-o
ldly" pecl. Sb made herself
l.uoe r. few daye later. She is M.rrlo
lhtroihv Wldman. al-o of Atlanta sl-
o a i,rdHte of lb Atlanta biwlswedtn
boel. and h iotlely la claim bearing
Is MMtitecu euniinere, uone of l'ch
im uuld siu-ve-t from her feature',
Jolinima wasnt muclt on
.!! thin leiiL Not o
ivc op the career. 1 believe ambition !oner. and Walter Pierce. Im Grande.
f ,r a o.reer is admirable in u wnai.. Jiirues T. Jardine, Coi vallis, direttor
s..me can carry tn a ousiness cjireer of th(, experimental station and C. J.'
end take cre of borne life. too. otn- 'Mcintosh of the O. A. C. department
and food commissi-Jchnrch made a trip to
ers cannot. For those who canno". I
there U only one thing t'j
life to tl.e home."
of Industrial Journalism were with
Ho .:evcte Ithem. Fred
-rived In I All were warm In their praise of the
IJennion, county agent,
them on the inspection
jerkless train lia
i'.y employing ontl-f ractiou work being done here by I). K. Dean,
technically known as disk superintendent of the Ilermiston sta-
i bearings. In place of the present jour. ,tlon. They left Wednesday afternoon
inal bearings on passenger ears, the 'for Portland, after inspecting all the
talking , resistance at stalling cars is so re- stations in the state.
Mrrie fdured that from teu to f.fteeu perl W. H. Warner of Fprlngdalc, N, Y..
Ioroiby. JrTiaYint works In an office icent or tlie pulling lorce reiiuireo witn latner oi v. J. warner. jocai aitor-
v-liere motion picture ftinie are distrib- 'journal Ix'arlugs will cauic the train 'nev Is here for a visit.
;:,4 ani ialn Slcrne Iwijtity .Ui:a.i lo uio t. j CTau'le Earr of Ihe-J'e.tdleton Com-
Pendleton deal !i of tl.e great lialian poet, Palite
Tuesday. Allghieri. '
lloland W. Foster of Livingstone.1 '1 he exercises will be held in the au
Montana, is here as the guet of Mr. .ditorlimi of the National Museum,
and Mrs. C K. Schilling. Mr. Hcl.lll- and addresses will be delivend by the
Ing ! manager of the Cmatllla pro- Italian and French ambassadors. Pro
ject headquarters here. ;fe.sor Charles II. Grandgent of Mar
Mrs. V. K. Karnheart returned fiun-jvard Iniiven-lly will read a paper on
day from Pendleton. She haa been j the significance of the works of lan-
there the host month. te.
' The committee in charge of ar-
lll-TOICT IS I'NOI'I'ICI.ll, 'riingiqiients for the observance om
WASHINGTOX, Aug. S. (C. !.). ib.ts of Waldo G. Uland, of Hie de-
Th stale dcpartnient representative at .piirtmenl of historical research of the
Kiga, ItUiSla, notified officials that the .'orneglc Institution; Monignor Alu-
Amcrb-an prlsoiiers have been releaa-llgt Cosslo, J. V. I of Gift-Apostolic
ed. Tlie Information, as given out b ! Delegation tn Washington; Henry O.
the Bolshevlkl mission is declared tojl'oyle. of George Washington I'nlvcr
be uaolllclal, liot'eetr, isity, aad ('jnstanlUie IS. MxUuire, ol
Amhassudor. Juan Hlano y (la Hiioe.s
of Spain, high officiuls of the Catholic
church, member of congress anil oth
ers are members of un honorary com
mittee1 on arrangements.
L40USE DENIES STORY-
I.ONOON. Aug. 5. (C. P.) Colonel
Krtward II. llmise, refusing lo com.
nient on a reiorl of a rccnneiliaiioii
with Former President Wilson, declar
ed stories of hie eyuabhles nn, rectin
ctllattons with the ex-presldent apiiesr
periodically, and are all without foun.
ditiou iliua lar. i
SAX FItAXCI.SCf), Aug. 5. (I. N.
S ) U-spite the fact that prohibition
was supposed to put an end 1.1 the
chief use of hops, California ' hop
ranches, which have the highest yield
of any in the world, last year produc
ed about 2t,ti)0,iiiio pounds of hops,
which sold for approximately :,ot)0,
eii(i. This was revealed In : u statement
here by K. Clemens Ilors, hop and
bailey expert, who has been studying
I he Industry.
California Is the greatest hop-producing
state of the Ci.lon in point of
tonnage und thy greatest In the world
in average harvest pe- uttn and mod
ern nietlitffls of cultivation," . suid
"In the harvesting of hoos CaliW.
nla has made the greatest advance in
that it has developed the hop-picking
'machine, which la now used on many
of the large hop ranches not only lu
'California but In other parts of the,
j "When hops ure picked the vinos
ure cut from the trellis and hauled In
.wagons to the hop-picking machlae.
where they uro fed into machines tit
the rate of about 13,000 vines per tun
hour day which means the picking of
.loom dmuu pounds of undrled hops
'jper day. The labor saving by the nia
chlne figures roughly about 10 per
jceiu of what w6uld be required to do
(the work less successfully by hand,
j "Arter the hops ure picked they are '
'laid on the kiln floors or drying floors
jwlirre they are kept frem twelve to
lwenty.fonr hours for drying. They
Jure then moved Into cooling houses,
(where they are kept for" one or two
weeks' time, and put into bales weigh
,lng 200 pounds each. For export bus
iness these bales ure very rrcquently
.recompressed Into bules of one-half
to one-third their original sle. This
rccompresslng l.&l only heUcr preserv.
jes the hops, but also effects a verv
jsulwtnntial saving in, Hvelght ratee., -'
f "Itegardlng tho runif among" iho
four states w hich grow hops on a r'om
merclal busls, California Is first, Orel
gon second, Washington third and
New York fourth.
'The average production per acre In
bop growing Is officially reported as
uuiny, 600 i.ouiuls; l ulled Htates, SS5
pounds; California, l.fioo pounds."
The counties which lead In Califor
nia's hop production am Sacramento,
Sonoma, Mendocino, , Yolo, Tehamu,
Vuba, and Placer in the nortU uen-'
ttal part of the slate.
SIM IUJIV NOT CAPTI RKI) x
CHICAGO. Aug. 5. (C. P.IlH-lee.
lives report the trail of Warren Spur.
Kin, the fugitive banker, Is loot In'
Mexico. It was first reported that the
elleged embew.ler has been cayrbt
ntar CltlliuttUuu. ' ,