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feAtLY EAST OREGONIAN, PESTDLETOff, O&SGOfl, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1021. -
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An Interesting Display on Balcony
of fall bedding has teen arranged giving
-you an opportunity to inspect the bed blan
kets, , Pendleton Indian Robes, Comforters
and so forth. We would especially call your
Also' plain Kiynd tin with pint and.blpe border,
splendid wetjcht, nice nd fleecy. ,
KlKH lal Value,.. Double ltlaiikets . .1 $2.85
Finest Wool Finished Blankets at,
$5.50, $5.75 and $0.00
Beautiful larjre size blankets in handsome plaid
patterns in gray, pink, brown, yellow, .light bluo and
'ftircinl values at. $5.50. $5.75 and Sunn
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In thlB lot you will find a variety of '"' handsome
plaldbhinketsto choose from, also plain colors with
borders as well as the plain white ones. Extra, large
slue sheet blankets UxSO, 68x8(i'nnd 72x80; blankets
that have servtco and comfort combined.;
KKt'iul value, M'H .., A . $3.25
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Cotton Blankets $1.98 --' ?' "
Oray and tan with pink and blue border, .good
welpht, nice and soft for bed sheets. ' ' " ,
Spcciul Value, IHmblo Blanket., . .'; f 1.98
In The Bargain Basement,,
I ONE THIRD OFF f
ALL COOKING UTENSILS
, This special reduction is made t
meet the denirtufta of those Who are
calling; for lower priocg in .preparation..,
for the Hound-Up.'.;,'' ' ' '' ' ,'
This Sale Extends Through;
Saturday, Sept. 24th. v .
JVhen in doubt as to what
is proper to wear for "the
coming days of the Round
Up let us help you. Our
salespeople in the different
departments will gladly of
fer most , appropriate sug
attention' to the lower prices that ' prevail t
throughout the stock. Come and let us
show you. "
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LyjflVjfw all of the lime tht-jr tiHi lostitlnt I
rRIUn I ,he hutdown, due to the tow prftVdf I
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Tho! Various fiflodes in
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.'vMany styles were created for smart wear,
and they are as hard to follow as the moods of
the fair wearers themselves. .
r Tliere are coats 'way down to the ankles, oth
ers not so long." Some have hell sleeves, others
tight sleeves; Furs are used profusely on some,
while a great riumher depend upon their button
high collars and embroidery for individuality.
Of course, you didn't expect us to describe all.
That's impossible. But they are here. Come
to see them.
.Moderate Prices are Prevailing.
THEY'VE GOT THEM
ALL BEATEN WHEN IT
: COMES TO STYLE
You'll realize that we've.'dahe
a real service to the youn men
of this community, when you see
the new models we've got from
Hart'jSchaff ner & Marx. If this
town doesn't get a reputation for
well-dressed men it wont be our
Nobody realizes better " than
we do that voune men want Hvelv .
styles; that's one of the chief .
reasons ; why we bring Hart k!
ocximxner se marx clothes to
you; they've got 'era all beat on
WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR '
The quality that should be apparent In, high grade shoes
can only be secured with the use of the proper materials.
Our shoes are made from selected grades of the most suit
able skins, and. their cutting is carefully enpervised. We
have now for your inspection and comparison many styles
and kinds of shoes to meet your desires. They are the
best for the price' no matter what the price.
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PATKXT 1TMPS, on- strap, turn sulcs, LXV lierfs.
In.- .-' $11.00
PATENT PI MPS, plain turn h,' LXV licels.
VHif . :.: '. V... "... $10.00
ni-.V('K KID PrMPS, straps, fh-sfble soles, LXV heels.
lilfK KID Pt'MI'S, one strap4uni soles, LSV IiccIh.
lrif . $9.00
BKOWX KID POIPS, out strap, turn soles, LX V heels.
fw . $11.00
BROWS KID Pl'MP8,.oe strap, turn Boles, LXTV heels. .
I"ri-c ., .... $9.00
BLACK KID PIMPS, one strap, turn sole, military
bed. Price'. .,.r... ....... $9.00
BLACK KID PIMPS, two straps, flexible soles, baby "
Tticncli'.lMWls.- PHcfe $7.50
BLACK KID Pl'MPS, one strap turn soles, baby Ftench
h'l. Iri-e i . $9.00
BLACK KID OXrVRDS, welt soleji, mUitary bcaK
Trices ; $9.00 to $12.50
BlAt'K KID OXIXRI)S, McKay wJes, military liwb.-
BKOWX KID OXlXRDS, Goodyear welt sol to military
h-K PritW- '..'.'. '..:..- '..:.. .'. .'. $9.50 to $13.50
BROWN KID OXFORDS, McKay soles, military h-ls.
Price- . ; $8.00
BROWN ALP OXFORDS, ootlear ,nolt, low IiwIh, ' .
, miiiarc Un: Pri , ,'i . ........ $9.00
BROWN CALF OXFORDS, McKay soles, wing tip, low
keels. Price $6.00
M four fort sie anil pain. If you have callouses, If yotir
fret tin- tMsily. if fn ltar fallen or broken arclieR, call at
our Slioc lntarimnit, we have graduate si)ccia lists to serve
ihv , -r - - , . f..- . , . a w. . .
But good quality is just
as important; all-wool
fabrics and fine tailor
ing make style more serviceable.
These are the clothes
want; we have them for you.
ifaroiETONS tREATEST DEPARTMENT STonf.
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COPPER FIRMS ORGANIZE
TO BOOM USE OF METAL
' NEW YOIilv. rpt. 14. (I. X. S.)
formation of the Cower and Brass
Ksearch AK:iat!in, on unlncorpo-i
rated, voluntary orpaniaitiun of the
copper, brass and ror alloy inter
rsls, Ik announced ly"l! president, R.
L, AkmssIi, pr-sideiit of the Calumst
und liecla Mininr Cornoany.
The purpose of the association In hs
by-laws is to stimulate by co-orra-Ihf
effort thv use of 'copper, brass
find copper ftllny prducl
Mtnl'r!-hlp in the H'hiwlJttifm Is!
open to producer of copper sold here
or selling agents of copper In the
I. nlted States to tabrieators of copper.
brass and copper products generally
in me l mteo; htates and Dominion of
Canada, and to ethers directly enrae-
ed in or connected with the. copper and
HERE !S NEW WAY TO
AKRON, Ohio, Sept. 14. (I. X. g.)
Here is ft new method successful,
but rather tedious for obtaining a
One evening recently an auto hTl
one- driven by R. u. Myers, charity
worker. M)er"a gas tank was'irm&Hh
ed. Snd the owner of the other car
bought Myers a new one. '
Another auto a few days afterward
emashed one of the wheels an Myers"
machine. A new wheel was nurchas-
ed for Mr. Myers by the omner of the
other suto. ' '
thirfng another collision the wind
shield on his car n damaged, anil
Mr. Myer, was presented with a new
"I am hoping some one tumps Into
my radiator and musses up my auto
top. Then 1 will have almost a new
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YOU'LL KEEP WARIil AND COMFORTABLE IN
CARTER'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
' The Protection of Carter's knit Underwear is one of its splen-,
id features. Summer or winter, it is this protective layer of fine
quality, springy, snug fitting, knitted fabric that . safeguards
health and keeps the body smooth and comfortable. : :
Shell Trimming crocheted into the garmentflat, non-breaking
seams, bejtter buttons and buttonholes are other features. ; '
Our Lw Pricing Means Money Saved. . ',(
BABY'S UNDERWEAR should be everything that CARTER'S
KNIT rUNDERWEAR is. Soft, protecting, of assured quality, of
genuine care -in the making. So many thoughtful mothers are
choosing' this kind. Why not ask to see it, for" yourself ? It will
show you just how good baby's underwear can be. ' . .
nftech pieces of Umatilla reserva
tion land will 1e sold by sealed bids at
the Tamplco aistrictsrlrmirhH in t
not rush back to their bid positions,
according to labor leaders here. ' '
The n-orlters will iernand pAymeW:
for all of the lime they naife lostiil'nt
the shutdown; due lo the tow prti'd V
oil. . '..;. ,',
It is believed) however, " that thli
plan to colloct tor oay ' idlebeR
cannot be carried-out, as many ct tha
ofl field worker are ih grbnt need ana
A newspaper printed this picture of "Domlnlco Zaccivhea, of New York CJty. hia wife and IS children. President
Harding saw it and wrote a letter congratulating Mrs. Zuccahea. Hho wrotejthe president that her husband was
earning only 20 a week. He wrote the employer John Wannm.-ilter. Intereoflmr him In Znrcnhes cnx V,m-
When the r1t
Sept. 14. r. X. 8.)
nrst opportunity. . -i'r,
, Hut the claim for ba p'ky' lHay )h
sed by agitators to cause trfcUoft iTf.'' :
er operations, are resumed. .'
the opreafllng'aX disease are bolng ta
ken at Tamplco because. pfUje grew
number of Ifle, and ln,dljent' Jsrso)i :
there. , ' " ' ' '
the Agency on Friday at i o'clurtt. says I! ,, , " ' " B:n,
Ulnlnr Tt. T. Hr.,.l nf . nH.h l"1 rU"h.to Set . Omplomcllt
I dent who is n the city today.' '"'
xnc land is wneal land and is very
good, says the Major. ; The three allot
ments which have the highest apprats
al are Cayuse 'allotment Mb. 34H, ap
praised at 1,00. -Thpre hi no lease
and the terms are' one third cash, with
the balance in one or two years at nix
percent. No. 2, appraised at JH
ooe, is offered on the same terms,
wnile allotment No. 87, also offered on
these terrhs Is appraised a. $11,780.
' fther pieces are offered for sale for
cash, and at one half cash, With bal
ance payable after pne year or two
years at six per cent. r .
MEXICAN OIL MEN ASK
PAY FOR IDLE Ti"E
Gratitude and appreciation ' tor
health restored by that good bid fash
ioned root and liorb tncdlclnt, Lydla
E. Pmkha.m's' VesjvtaMwCompmintl, fb
what prompts so many -women- from
all parts of the country to wrfte Vo tM
Lychu'-15. -'Plnfcham" Median -rW. 'et
liynn, Has-., the lettn ajf pmh
which we Publih fresa tone tnnti'
Women1 whe 'have alwav had ttvH
seal catrrmt realist what It ws to'
others, many of whom, have suirsri
month and even year from uch ail-
men ta, and are now weir and hannv
through tha us of this natural restn.