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DAILY EAST OREC.OXIAX, PEXDLETOX, OREGQX, TI ESDAY, nEOEMIiER 1, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. isses' and Ladies' Cloaks, Suits, Furs, Silk Underskirts, Kimonos, Etc. Mi Waists, On Second Floor. Gift giving suggestions are displayed in endless varieties throughout our immense stocks which we have gathered here for Holiday trade, stocks of practically useful and pleasing gifts, so complete in their assort ments and so fairly priced as to make choosing of appreciable gifts most satisfactory. In our Ladies Suit and Coat sections, some remarkable offerings are made, low Pricings that demand thoughtful consideration. The styles are the very latest Fall designs, come and see these and the savings they afford. Chrismas Reductions on Ladies and Misses Coats, as follows $6.50 Coats reduced to 4.95 $S.T5 Coats reduced to fG.-15 $11.50 Coats reduced to $1).G5 $15.00 Coats reduced to $11.25 $1S.00 Coats reduced to $1-1.05 $20.00 Costs reduced to $10.25 $25.00 Coats reduced to $17.85 $30.00 Coats reduced to $1S.75 $32.50 Coats reduced to $25.00 $35.00 Coats reduced to $20.50 $40.00 Coats reduced to $29.75 $42.50 Coats reduced to $33.00 $45.00 Coats reduced to $30.50 Christmas reductions on children's and Misses' long coats worth up to $7.50, reduced to $4.95 Misses' long coats worth up to $9.00, reduced to . .$0.25 Misses' long coats worth up to $12.50, reduced to $9.85 Misses long coats, worth up to $15.00 reduced to $1 1 .00 Christmas Furs It's a satisfaction to know when giving a fur that it's dependable in every particular. Furs are generally a highly pleasing gift and made doubly so when bought of a dependable store. Every safeguard possible is offered you at this store and we stand back of every piece of fur we sell. Christmas fur sets $3.25, $3.75, $-1.50, $5.00 and $6.50. Ladies' fur scarfs at $1.50, $2.00, $3.25, $4.50, $5.00 and up to $35.00. Ladies fur sets at $10, $15, $20 and $25 and upwards. As a special Christinas offering in the fur section we have displayed about 150 neck scarfs and boas which will be sold at HALF MARKED PRICE. Take an early advantage. Ladies Christmas Kimonas Useful and always appreciated by every one can't help but please. We have a choice, superb assortment of the swellest kimonas you ever saw and all fairly priced for Christmas selling. You have a rich choice selection any where from $3 up to $20. The Best and Most Stylish of Ladies Late Fall Suits Re duced for Christmas $17.50 suits reduced to $25 and $30 talis reduced to $37.50 and $40 suits reduced to . . $45, $50 and $55 suits reduced to Every one the latest fall styles. $12.25 $18.50 $24.85 $37.00 Ladies' Silk Petticoats Make a most acceptable Christinas gift. We show swell lines of these priced all the way from $10 up to $25. A very special Christmas Silk Underskirt Sale--$8.50 Silk Petticoat for $5.15 One hundred of these skirts in all leading colors, full sweeping skirts of fine grade of taffeta silk. Excellent $S.50 values offered as a Christmas special at $5.15. Christmas Handkerchiefs. Handkerchiefs are always a popular gift and a very ac ceptable Christmas present. We have attractive groups at popular prices, neatly enclosed in fancy boxes with special Christmas covers, some with holly leaves, others with pic torial subjects. Every conceivable item in the entire line of fancy hand kerchief is found in our collection and at a price which immediately stamps it a value without precedent. At 10c each we show 25 distinct styles of pretty hem htitched handkerchiefs, either plain or embroidered. At 15c and 25c each we have made extra special values, and show exhaustive assortment of the prettiest, niatest handkerchiefs you have ever bought. Boxed handkerchiefs, three or six in a pretty Christmas box at 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and upwards. Initial handkerchief at 25c and 50c. Christmas Table Linens, Nap kins, Towels, Etc. The housewife's love for beautiful linens accounts in n measure for the large linen business generally done here during tlio holidays. This year's display of elegant table damasks excels any similar showing wo have ever made. Linens aro lower priced, too, this year. Ask any housewife in Umatilla county and she'll tell you the Peoples Warehouse is the oiily place to buy linens. They know by experience. Oti-ineh bleached table damask in neat, small floral designs priced at 75c 70-inch bleached satin damask, beautiful range of hand some patterns, at 98c 72-inch bleached satin damasks in seven new designs at, prd $1.25 Damask napkins to match $1.00 Hemstitched dinner sets, 2 yards long, 2 yards wide, dozen napkins to match, at $8.50 and $10.00 set Hemstitched Christmas dinner sets, 3 yards Imir, 2 yards wide, dozen dinner napkins to match, at $10 and $12.50 set. fs dozen knotted fringed damask towels, fancy colored lxmlers, great Christinas special, each 25c $3.50 colored bed spreads, either plain hem or fringed, special Christmas offering, each $2.85 Christmas Gloves Only standard thoroughly dependable gloves sold here. Its absolute satisfaction to a certainty, if you purchase your Christinas gloves at this store. Fancy Christinas glove boxes furnished each glove pur chased, neatly packed ready for delivery. 2-clasp kid gloves, full range of sizes and colors at $1.25, $1.50 and $1,75 10-button gloves in all shades at . . .$3.50 and $4.00 lC-button silk gloves at $1.50 and $1.75 Golf gloves at 35c, 65c, 75c and $1.00 Auto driving gloves at, pair $3.25 Misses' and children's knit gloves and mittens of all kinds. SO Late Style Ladies Man Tailored Suits Just Received, the Newest, Swellest Suits Shown This Fall at Great Saving. PEOPLES WAREHOUSE The Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons LA GRANDE LADIES UNO FOR BEAUTIFUL CITY PARK La Grande, Ore. Nov. 30. (.-'pe-cjal.) La Grande is Kolng to have a natural park on the river with a boating pond, a swimming pool and alj that goes to make a beautiful mrnmer resting place. The ladies of the city organized themselves Into the Riverside Park association with a membership fee of $1 for grown peo 1 t c-. They an- now canvassing tne city Inviting every one to Join. The l-,!,rt'n untie.- 15 arc Y.'f member for the Hum of DO cents, which they ttre raising in a novel manner. in t lie ho u.-e to house canvam a small bag three by four inches is left for every child under 15. Into these the child put all the small change he can get and as each child will try to save at least 60 cents It Is expected that a mile of pennies will soon be raised by the children alone. Figure that up and see what a sum that would make. The merchants too are help ing and after the first of the year will hold a big clearance sale giving the park a liberal percentage of the money taken Jn during the sales. More people are taking Foley's Kidney Remedy every year. It is con sidered to be the most effective rem edy for kidney and bladder troubles that medical science can devise. Fo ley's Kidney Remedy corrects Irreg ularities, builds up worn out tissues and restores lost vitality It will make you feel well and look well. Pendle ton Drug Co. S. S. MTM'KE. SF.IXS OL'T PUBLISHING PLAXT. Krw Torfc, Dec. 1. The book pub lishing business of the McClure com pany, which has been owned and managed by S. S. McClure, has been transferred to Doubledny, Patre & Co., who assumed active management to (iay. The only reason given for the transfer Is that McClure desires to de vote his attention to the magazine bearing his name, which was not af fected by the sale of the book pub ll.'hlng business. Several hundred thousand dollars are involved In the change of ownership. The exact fig ure has not been made public. Mc Clure found himself hampered with the book publishing business aftPr Phillips left the McClure firm. Phil lips had attended to the details of the management of the business. The McClure book publishing concern, which was formed In 1800, had on Its staff about 100 authors. FARMERS' INSTITUTE CANS. Short Iilnc A(lit Novel Finn to Edi fy Tillers of the Soil. The officials of the Oregon Short Line are arranging to send two far mers' Institute cars over the entire system. One car will be used as a lecture room and the other will con tain exhibits to be shown In connec tion with the lectures. The cars will be put out at every siding where the farmers are willing to congregate and experts from the Idaho and Utah agri cultural colleges will give Illustrated lectures on those subjects of most In terest to the farmers In the various sections visited. Tills movement was prompted by the desire of the railway company to assist the communities along Its lines in the production of high grade pro ducts which can be more easily mar keted than those of lower grade. It will also be productive of uniformity In production and the growth of those products which the big markets most desire. He that Is not open to conviction Is not qualified for discussion. COFFEE There is a time for good tea, and a time for good coffee; there is no time for poor either. IfW S. lull' I New and Attractive Arrivals In Christmas SUITS and SKIRTS Don't put off seeing them now at the BIG 6 STORE, 205 E. Court St. Read the East Oregonlan. Byers' Best Flour la made from the ctiolomt wheat that grown. Good bread Is awmr. T Hi when DYERS' BEST FLOUR la used. Bran, Short, 8 tram Rolled I tar ley always on hand. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. & BTER8, Proprietor.