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Copyright Hart Scha3ncr& Marx
The largest and
wearables to be
- The World
Weeks after the German poaco
treaty- has been ratified by a ma
jority of the allies, and by tho con
quered . nation as well, It still ro
niainB to bo endorsed by tho United
States senate, and public interest
throughout tho world centers this
jyeok.- about tho fight being waged
by President Wilson to havo tho
peace pact and tho league of na
tions covenant ratified, and tho
opposition cleinont in tho upper
house, favoring tho acceptance of
tho treaty with a number of reser
vations und amendments. In force
ful and soniotlrnes abusivq language,
tho American president is speaking
in the various large cities of tho
United States, condemning tho ac
tion of his. opponents, while a
speaking tour intended to 'counter
act tho effect of tho executive's
was started yosterday in Chicago
by Senator Johnson.
On the samo dato, tho sonate. for
eign affairs committee, which has
been considering the treaty over
since that instrument was "brought
to this country from Europe, ro
ported to tho senato today, advising
ratification with amendments to
allow the United States the samo
number of votes in the leaguo of
nations council as has Great Drltain
and her colonies, returning the
Shantung ponjnsula to China and
.v lTaltlng American participation in
(fejirlQUs committees created by the
league. f -
5V:Al80 on tho same date' a cable
gram gavo tho news that Austria
has accepted the treaty presented
to her by tho a'llcs, and which Is
patterned -after tho one which now
awaits uction in the American
After art absence from the United
States for tooio than two years,
General Pershing, commnnder-in-'ciilof
of tho American forces over
seas,, sett foot on Amorica.n soil
Mondiyr and yostorday, vth his
first i division, hooded tho big Vic
tory -..parado staged In New York
Cty.& General Pershing haij al
ready been designated to hold hla
prosent high rank during tho ro
jnnlnrtar of bjfu lifetime,
Labor troupes are' Imlng eclipsed
in tho shadow of what 'threatens, to
There Is no more convincing
evidence than "to be caught
with the goods."
And that is the exact position
of the Cashmau store. When
it comes to "right up-to-the-minute"
fall styles we have to
plead guilty of being "caught
with the goods" , right in style
and right in price.
We have an unusually large
stock in all sizes, too.
The certainty of getting exactly
what you want merits your as
surance of getting what you
call for here.
No matter what it is, a suit, a
pair of shoes or a collar button,
you'll find absolute satisfaction
The Best Styles,
The Lowest Prices
Home of 'Hart Schaffner & Marx
best stocks of dependable
found in Eastern Oregon
at a Glance -
bo tho greatest strike of all, a
walkout of steel workers and allied
trades. A conference has been, re
fused Its cmployos by the United
States Stool corporation, and letters
have boon written by representatives
of tho union urging President Wil
son to induce tho employers to
grant such a conference. In the
meantime heads of 24 unions ure
perfecting plans for tho strlko, and
a telegram sent to Prcsldont Wilson
yesterday stated that tho Bteel
workers would wult onlx 24 hours
Loss Important, although mora
spectacular, is the rioting In Uos
ton, coming as tho result of tho po
licemen's strike, which has left tho
city unguarded. Looting on Tucs
u ovenlng, tho first night of tho
trouble, was estimated at $500,000.
Troops aro now patrollng tho streets
in the placo of tho police,
J lint about onco in so long Pan
clio Villa, most notorious and
troublcsoroo of Mexican bandit
chioftans, is duo to bo captured
almost captured, that Is and the
past weok has been no exception.
Surrounded In Durango by Carrun
zlstas, his followers slaughtered or
captured, and his supplies acquired
by tho government forces, ho was
considered as good as taken on Sat
urday. At present, howveer, ho is
apparently still at largo.
What's Doing in
PLEASANT RIDGE MAN
IS GIVEN PASTORATE
PLEASANT niDGE. Sopt. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wood returned
Wednesday from -Milton, Oro., whoro
Mr. Wood lias been attending the
conference of the Methodist South
church. Ho received tho appoint
ment of pastor at Tangont, Oro,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E, Andorson
vero In Bend on business Tuesday
Alfred Mlkkelson and Oiwald
Podenson started to school at De
schutes this week. They are driv
ing. ,. harsd and buggy.
Tho pleasant Hldgo school started
this week with Mies Ruth Kaeso-I
men and boys fall
now on display.
mcyor as tcachor. She is boarding
at the F. I). Ilaughman homo.
A largo number from this neigh
borhood attended tho Hanker
Farmer mixer at Tumalo on Mon
day, Sept. 1. Thoso present were:
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Baughmun, J.
W. Potersou, Rasmus Poterson,
Mrs. Catherine Johantion, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Chase. B. S. McKay,
Harold McKay, Miss Etta Chase,
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Mlkkulson, Mr.
and Mrs. O. E. Anderson and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Swalley.
Dr. A. Potty of Portland arrived
horo Friday to look after his prop
erty. Ho wont to Bond Sunday
morning, whero ho delivered an
address. From there ho will re
turn to his homo In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Olo Hanson and son
Hans of Deschutes were callers at
tho homo of Itasmus Peterson Sun
day evonlng. K
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hutchlna
left Wednesday morning by auto for
Oregon City, whero they will spend
tho winter. They were accom
panied ns far as Tho Dalles by
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Anderson.
Mrs. J. W. Petorson and chlidron
ro turned homo Saturday after
spending thrno weeks with her sis
ter near Salem, Oro.
Thoso attending tho danco nt
Tumalo Monduy night wore: Earl
Woods, Joyce Woods, Josso Ann
strong, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hutch
ins and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Andor
son. Watt Jones has purchased a Ford
roadster recently. Ho will carry
the mall from Deschutes to Tum
alo and Gist this wlntor.
Itasmus Petorson and Mrs. Cath
erine Johunsen entertained tho fol
lowing guests Sunday ufternoon;
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gray, Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. Mlkkolsen, Alfred Mlk
kelson ' and Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Mr. and Mre. O. E. Andorson re
turned from Tho Dalles Sunday
morning. They found tho roads In
flno shape and had a vory enjoy
Mrs. Cubeon and daughtor nnd
Mr. McCluro of Prlnevlllo woro
callors nt tho Gray home one day
It is reportod that tho Harper,
placo has boon sold recently to 'a
party in Bend -who will movo onto
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AtV your IlrufrrUt for CIII-CIIRS-TKR 8
UlAVUnil UKAHU If,
Cold metallic horn.
Ribbon. Tako MO OTHK2.
Uruulil aad ik fur CHI,
KIAMONII IIUANU FILLS, for twtntr.flvO
year regarded at licit, date!, Alwayi Reliable
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
$&' EVERYWHERE $
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ARE YOU PREPARED?
The season is here when you will need good warm
Clothing. We are prepared to serve you with the best
that the markets afford. All the things that go to keep
a man healthy and' warm.
Good Wool Union
Wool Mixed Union
Heavy Cotton Ribbed and Fleeced Union Suits . . $1.98
Leather Vests (moleskin lined)
Stag Shirts .
Mackinaws (fall cut)
Flannel Shirts . .
Work and Dress Shoes
Look at Our
it nt onco nnd begin clearing It.
Rusmus Peterson was billing hay
soVfcr'al duysHIifs week.
IJU'fJItTAXCE OK CLEANLINESS.
Everything ahout n poultry houso
sliould ha kopt reasonably clean. Ah
n rulo droppings should ho removed
dally, for tho nccumulatlon'of oxcro
in out harbors pnranltcs, contntnlnat
os tho nlr, nnd breed contagion. AN
tor tho dropping hoiirds havo boon
cleunud, tliey sliould ho sprinkled
with road dust, coal iislios, land
plaster, or alr-slakod llino ti) ab
worli tho liquid oxcromont. Nouts
In which straw or othor nlmflur tna
tcrlnl Is used should ho olonnod out
nnd now strnw put In nbout onco
ovory thrco of four dnys, or oftonor
it It becomes damp or dirty,
Tho quarters sliould bo thorough
ly whltownshod at lonst onco n your,
Into in tho Hiimtnor or iiurly In tho
fall. The whitewash can ho rnndo
by slacking llmo in boiling wutor
and than thinning to tho propor con
sistency for applying. Tho addition
of 1 ounces of carbolic ncld to each
gallon of whitewash will Incrouso Its
dlHlnfoctlng power. Tho runs should
ho plowed occasionally In order to
bury tho accumulated droppings and
also to turn up fresh soil.
Put It in "TUB IJirWiUTI.V"
ClMilfled ftilertlin cti.ru. per U.ua 10
rent, for 20 ytonlm or lr. On. cent per
word for H over 20, All clalflcj mlvertUlnv
trlctljr cub In dnce
FQH SALU Ninety-seven aero
ranch on Tumalo projoct. 83
ucro water right. 40 acres under
cultivation. Small Iiouko, good
t.bnrn and outbuildings, Ono cow,
2 horses nnd 2 wagons. Four
thousand dollars takes nil, Will
acpopt Improved city proporty In
part payinout. Tonus, Inqulro
FOIt 8ALR 40-ncm ranch. 3
ncro wntor right, 20 ncros in al
falfa, 4 'milch cows. W'11 soil
nt sacrifice. Joo Wornstnff, 2V4
t .nilles oust of Ilnnd, 2Q-28C
FOR SALB Whlto Wynndottos,
pons, trios nnd cockerels, for Oc
tober dollvory, Stock Is result
of tun years brooding of best
stocks ln"tho west. Wrlto for
description rind prjeo. Hay V.
Constnblo, Prlnovlllo, Oro.
FOIt fiALB-aq0 tons nlfnlfA W
at Lower Ilrldgn. Corrals and
focdpr'piihd Of wl)riBoll 240-
and Fleeced . .
a i.i I tit
197 BUSY STORES
ncra alfalfa ranch, Including hay
Address llullotln, . CG-27-0p
FOIl BALK -360 conrno wool owns,
ID Humpshlro buck lambs, 1ft
Cotswold buck lambs. J. K
Warnor, I'owoll Ilutto, Oro.
FOR BALK Ono wntor whcnl, one
doublo'iictlou force pump, alio ono
tfump Jack. WllllamsKii'H " iml
Hand Store. .1 21 X2p
WE WANT n reli.iblo, pror"iIvo
ropresentntlvo for f'-ook nnd De
schutes counties, ii ' m hi with
convoyanco fnrllli' itnl Mime
horticultural oxporlonco pruftrred
though not essential. This Is an
opportunity for tho right party.
For particulars address Oregon
Nursory Co., Oreucu, Oregon.
WANTKD To rent, Irrigated ranch,
partly In alfalfa. W. II. Smith,
lleud, Ore. 78-28p
WANTED Wo will cnll nnywhoro,
any place, nuy time, to look at
your used furniture. Let us know
whnt you havo. Wo pay cash. Tho
Standard Furniture Co. 07-4'Jtfc
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I.OH.T AND FOUND,
STRAYED to Caldwell's, C miles east
of lleud, 1 long 2-yenrold black
stallion; 1 black yearling (Illy, 1
brown Iwo-ycar-oldiiuaro. Ownor
may havo snino by paying dam
ages and costs. T, C, Merchnnt.
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fin Immense problem in rewnrtructton confronts the present generation,
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THE REQISTRATI. Oftian
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14.50 to $6.90
. $2.98 to $3.98
. . 89c to 98c
. $9.90 to $12.50
$5.90 to $8.90
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VOL'S u .notici:.
Notlco is hereby given that tho
City of Ilcnd has taken up tho fol
lowing described property, to-wltf
One black gelding branded halt
circle nnd thrco prongs on top loft
shoulder; one sorrel goldlng brand
ed It half clrclo left hind quarter.
Tbn cost of redeeming sitld livestock
will ho $1 per day nnd coil of ad
vertising. In caso of fit Hum to ro-
deoni nn part of owner said live
stock will bu sold ns provided by
tho olinrtor of the City of Ilnnd on
ilia ICtli day of September at 3
p. nt. nt tho city pound.
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' d7Pft85 w28o I'ouudtnantor.
Notlco Is hereby iglven that tho
Clly of Ilend has Inken up tho fol
lowing doHcrlbod livestock:, to-wit:
One bay gelding, branded on right
shoulder; ono sorrel guiding, whlto
face, hrnndod throe-quarter square
over half circle ,on left shoulder;
ono sorrel mare nnd colt, branded
thrno-qunrtor squnro over half
circle; one bay marc branded 4 on
light shoulder, black points; one
black innro, trimmed tall, branded
threo-lonf clover luft shouldor. Tho
cost fo redeeming snld livestock will
he 1.00 per day and ;ont of adver
tising. In case of failure to rmloom
on part or owner said livestock will
bo sold ns provided by the charter
of tho City of lleud on tho 18th
day of September tit 3 p. in. nt
the city pound.
(181.7(A) L. II. KENNEDY,
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