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DAILY EAST OnXGONIAN. PEJTDLETOX. OREGON. TUESDAY. JANUARY 16, 11 RIUIIT PAGES. Rousing Values For Tomorrow in This 24th Annual earance Sal e These Prices Are Final I the ,Ut 1 -i? I Vnttiy 'fj Wy I 7 V PMC To Every Woman Brine this advertisement Jo our Notion Department not later than one week from today and receive, absolutely free, a regular 10c card of Vi boil D ress-kooks These popular new Dres-nooki are not ordinary hooki and tyei or inapt tliev will completely overcome jour dreo-fastenirj difficulties. Tie free cards are nut tamplci but the same value for which you would rejrular'y pay 10c. We make thi most unusual and liberal offer as we are confident you will find VViljon Dresa-hooki the very thing you have always wanted. They can't come unhooked or "pop" open accidentally. They hold securely without bul-e or cap, though you can unhook them with perfect ease. Guaranteed not rust or crush in washing and ironing, and to outlast any garment; perfectly fiat and never show. Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooks you bare seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and style books. Lsed by fashionable women everywhere and endorsed by leading dressmakers. Cut Out this Advertisement and present st our Notion Department. Larir and mail ainrs; Gray. Black and Wbite colors. One dor. d on a card. We can not grte a card to any one who has r-cei-d a card free from any m-rchant or the Wilson Ureas-book Co- Cleveland, O. i'one given to children. Tomorrow will be equ ally as important to flirt wd Lin ers as the morn ing the sale opened, in fact, from the standpoint of value giving it is the most important day of alL AVe fully realize that tc attract shrewd buyers there must be offered most extraordinary saving op portunities, but with the further reducing of prices for tomorrow we know that we have provided an irresistable magnet that will bring any person with economical inclinations to attend without faiL Today's news of tomor row's values deserve care ful, deliberate reading. If you had the least idea of the unequaled savings these values make possible, you would not need the least urging to induce you to lay aside all other ap pointments and attend at once. ART DEPARTMENT CLEARANCE Our lace curtains all reduced for this 24th Clearance Sale. This includes all the lac2 curtains, scrims, white, ecrue and Arabian. Our best quality of cluny trimmed curtains, plain nets and Nottinghams. These curtains to go at the following prices during this Clearance sale: 75? Curtains, Clearance price 49 $1.00 Curtains, Clearance price 63 $1.25 Curtains, Clearance price 75 $1.50 Curtains, Clearance price 89 $1.75 Curtains, Clearance price 98? $2.00 Curtains, Clearance price $1.12 $2.25 Curtains, Clearance price $1.65 $2.50 Curtains, Clearanco price $1.89 $3.00 Curtains, Clearance price $1.98 $3.50 Curtains, Clearance price. $2.48 $4.00 Curtains, Clearanco price $2.98 $4.50 Curtains, Clearance price $3.10 $5.00 Curtains, Clearance price $3.48 $6.00 Curtains, Clearance price $3.76 RUBBERS. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S. Every wanted kind and etyle. This sea son's new stock. No old time-worn goods in our house. Our prices are absolutely the lowest, qual ity considered. Buy here and yo,u buy right. MEN'S SHOES SLAUGHTERED. $5.00 BENCH MADE SHOES $3.95 Patent leather, button and lace, latest style toes. Clearance price $3.95 $7.00 J. & M. SHOES $5.00. These Johnson & Murphy bench made alines have no equal for service, style and fit. They come in patent leather, vici kid and calf skin. To make room for our enormous spriri" ttock we have marked these all down to. $5 $3.50 GUN METAL CALF SHOES $2.95 Welt sole, swing toes, button. A verv win ning iyrw style. Clearance price. $2.95 $3.00 PATENT LEATHER SHOES $1.95 These shoes come in patent leather and vici kid, welt soles, extra good wearers. Clear; ance price $1.95 GREAT CUT IN MEX'S-JIEAW "" SHOES. Our line comprises everything from $2.50 to $5.00. $5.00 Values go at " $3.95 $4.00 Values go at $3.40 $3.50 Values go at $2.95 BOYS' VELOUR CALF SHOES. Welt sole, a $3.00 value, Clearance Sale price $2.65 Same 11 1-2 to 2 $2.30 Same 8 1-2 to 11 :. $2.19 CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES Warm school dresses made in serge, navy, brown, red, black and white check ; sizes 0 to 14 years. 50 Values go for 39t? $1.85 Values go for $1.20 $1.98 Values go for $1.19 $3.50 Values go for $2.59 $6.75 Values go for $4.98 CHILDREN'S OUTING KIMONAS Made of best quality outing flannel in blue pink, lavender. $2.25 Values 98 MISSES' DRESS SKIRTS. Made of serge, panama and fancy mixtures in plain and pleated models; navy, black, brown, tan, green ; $5.00 Values $3.79 Pendleton's Cleanest and Best Grocery In Our Model Sanitary Basement Phone Main 17. Vermicelli and Maccaroni, 2 packages any kind for 25 4 cans Round-Up or Swift's Pride Cleanser at special price , 30 New Choice Dates, lb. 15 Grandma's Washing Powder, spec. pkg. 21 All Other Departments Main 22. Bulk Maccaroni, per lb. 10 Hood River Apples, box u $2.50 Bouillon Cubes, cans 25 and 30fr 3 12-oz. pkga. choice Seeded Raisins 25 5 lbs. good Walnuts.! ...... $1.00 Diamond W. Brand, Egg" Noodles, Spaghetti. Pendleton's Best Crockery Store in connection with our Model Grocery. Dinner Seta from $6.50 to $18.50. The Peoples Warehouse Sac Your Trading Stampg Wherm It Pay to Trad WALLA WALLA HEN SHOW IS BEST YET TWrXKTH EXHIBITION OPENS WITH 400 ENTRIES Choii-e Poultry I Viewed by Many People on Mrst Day of Animal Show. ICICIIK8 K.MHAKKASH FL'ND. Every I-en was occupied when the Twelfth Annual Poultry show opened As doors to the pubHc yesterday after noon, in the ceishborhCHvl of 400 en tries being booked urir.g the f ore-1 noon, and never before in the poultry hftory J WalU Wat: have such; high class bird been shown here, says the WaKa Wa!U ln:n this morning. . Most of the chickens have been ex hibited j) many times arid are bo u-ed to being the objects of admira tion that the onlookers and petters do not phase them a bit, they keep right on scratching While many surprised exclamations were drawn forth from would-be fondlers, espe cially from ladies, when they attempt ed to pet a game cock or some other Ill-tempered king of the fence, nearly ail of the exhibits are fond of petting and will sit with their heads between the bar. of their cages as long as the stroking continues. Plenty of amusement marked the first day's show. The turkeys start ed the fuss. The birds were placed in the Third street window, which was formerly u?ed for the how window of a dry goods store. Everything was lovely the first few minutes, but a nvrror in one end of the' booth hap pened to catch the gobbler's atten tion, and the warlike gobbler In the glass seemed about to disturb the peace. The real gobbler was game, and a spirited fight ensued. In which he got the wort of It. Then the hens came to the rescue of their lord, run ning their bills up and down the glass and attempting to pull hair with the strangers. The turkeys refused to be reconciled to the fakes, and the poul trymen were forced to cover the mir ror with a paper. Then a large dog came along and at sight of the big turkeys he gave'one bound and leap ed at the window, shattering It. The nol.ie brought a rush of people, but not unt'l the gobbler was In the street The Tom was captured and netting placed over the break. Another feature of the show which is little appreciated on account oT its significance. Is the Dominique exhib it. These birds closely resemble the Plymouth Rock, and they are the only native American standard breed, ac cording to poultrymen. From crosses of thi- variety come the Plymouth Rocks and crosses and recrosses with imported girds have created many of the other standard breeds. In the Brown Leghorn pens, which well represent that family Is one na tional champion. The cockerel took a first at Chicago In competition with eighteen b'rds from different breed ers, and he Is a perfect specimen of Important young cockhood. Every feather lies just exactly where It ought to, and the saddle plumage, of a bril liant bronze with a sheeny green stripe through the center, drops over the sides a? smoothly and delicately as a dandy's hair. Elmer Glmlln of Illinois, who has been secured to judge the chickens, did not arrive yesterday on account of a mlsconnectlon at Pendleton, but he will begin the task of judging early thls morning. SEEKS PRISON TO REGAIN' HIS HEALTH Girt of $2,00,O0 to N.'Y. IVetdiytery Muki- Everybody tjiill Mien. New York, because John H. Ken nedy bequeather S2,000,0OD to the church extension committee of tlio New York Presbytery most ' contributor, thinking their money In no longer needed, liiivo' Mopptid tholr annual payments, limving tlio l'ri'M. bytery poorer than ever find not sure that it would not be better off If U" big gift had not bom received. The commltto reports tho lliildit Hon of $750,000 of church debts, ltiiv. ing 11.100,000-of tho Kennedy fund. The contribution to tint eommltteo have totaled about $100,000 unniiully in the past, but now they have drop ped to less than half of thut figure. Canon City, Colo. That one of the convicts serving a term In the Colo rado state prison here pleaded guil ty to the charge against him solely to get the benefit of the prison treat ment for consumption, was made known here through an admission by the prisoner himself. Albert Blunt, age 23, a victim of tuberculosis, who was utterly desti tute and suspected of burglary at Grand Junction, declares he confessed a crime he did not commit In order to enter the penitentiary, where he would have a chance to effect a cure. He says he wus dying of the dis ease in the jail at Grand1 Junction, and decided that his only means of regaining his health was to secure his conviction of the crime of which he was suspected and he be sent to the penitentiary. That he did well there is no deny ing, for since he entered the peni tentiary last May he has gained 15 pounds. "My sentence In the penitentiary Is from two to three years," said Blunt, "and I hope at the end of that time I will be able to go out in the world and earn a' living." BUYS HXU GAINSIlOHOl'GH. London. Another great English picture destined for America Ih the famous Gainsborough portrait of Countess Fcrrera, whoso hUHlmnd was hanged in 1700, which has been sold to an unnamed New York com missioner for $50,000. Application was made In tho Lon don law courts on behalf of Lord Zouche, the owner for n hearing of his request for leave to sanction tho sale. The picture Is an heirloom of a branch of the Curzon fumlly, , of which Zouche is tho head. As Lord Zouche's heir presumptive, his sister, the Hon. Darea Curzon, has consented to the sale. SURELY BREAKS THE MOST SEVERE COLD A FEW IMtSEH EM MOST SEVERE GRIPPE SIISEltV MRS, TAFT GAIXS FAME WITH CI IKK EX SALAD There la not ono grain of quinine lu Tape's Cold Compound, which, ivlien taken every two hours, until ilmM consecutive done are taken, wilt Hirely end the grippe and breufc tip tho tno.it severe cold, cither In fi heud, clioHt, buck, stomach or limbs. it promptly relieves the most mis erable, headache, dullness, head and nnso Muffed up,' fovorishness. sneoz Intf, Horo throut, running of the nose, catarrhal affections, soreness, at.ff ncnH nndv rheumatic twinges. Tape's Cold Compound Is th r.ult of three years' research at a ?ot of more than fifty thousand do'Iars. nnd contains no quinine, which we liavo conclusively demonstrated la not effective In the treatment" of colds or I'rlppo. Take this harmles Compound as directed with the knowledge that :he'e Is no other medicine mad any where else In the world which w;Il ruro your cold or end grippe mlory n promptly and without any otho." nsslrtnnce or bad after-effects as a 2."ic package of Pope's Cold Com rurd, which any druggist In the w rid can supply. Celebrities Smack I,lis Over Creation of Mistress of tho White House. Washington. The President and i Mrs. Taft entertained at luncheon in j honor of the American ambassador tO London and Mrs. Whltelaw Rold. j One of the features of the luncheon was tho famous Taft chicken salad U'hlph tiAa nr;ilnr.1 annh t'rwrtirt In Wnsh.i Ington's smart set. This salad, which is made under Mr. Taft's personal di rection, is after the . following recipe: Equal parts of white meat ot chicken and hard boiled eggs cut In dice, sprinkling of celery nnd white nuts, the whole being covered with mayonnaise. Among the guests who enjoyed this were the former ambassador to France and Mrs. Henry White, Sena tor and Mrs. Newlands, the Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Hunting ton Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Board-' man, Mrs. L. Z. Letter, Miss Helen Taft and Major Butt. "Tho boycott, which has the direct support of the district marshals and ot tho nobility, is extending through out tlio whole of southern and south western Russia, will very seriously effect tho American Internatlonpl Harvester trust, whose operations during tho lust decade have attained a very wide and lucrative vogue In Russia. "British, German and Austrian ag ricultural machine manufacturers not unnaturally welcome the boycott as affording them an opportunity of re capturing the market from which they were ousted by the competition of the American trust." ASTOR'S ISRIDE DANCE OFF. RISSIAX BOYCOTT OF U. S. FARM MACHINERY GROWS German, Austrian un, Russian Man ufacturers Tuke Advwitugo of tlio, Situation. i London The Srnndard's Odessa! correspondent says: "Some forty Zemstvos In the governments of Kherson, Ekaterinns:aff, Poltava, Kleff and Volhynia have declared a rigorous boycott again -t American agricultural machinery. New York. Lifting of eyebrows and whisperings of dark hints went the rounds of the "400" when Colonel John Jacob Astor canceled the great dinner dance with which he was to have launched his bride, who was Miss Madeline Force, on the top crest of society. Astor announced that he and his bride would sail on January 26 on an extended trip up the Nile In tho Astor yacht. The dance was scheduled for January 22. ARE YOU FREE FROM "N. j Headaches, Colds, Indigestion, Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dizziness? If you are not, the mosl effective, prompt and pleasant method of getting rid of ihem is to take, now and then, a desertspoon ful of the ever refreshing and truly beneficial laxative remedy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It u well Known throughout the world as the best of family laxative reme dies, because it acts so gently and strengthens naturally without irri tating the system in any way. I To get its beneficial effects it i always necessary to buy the genu ine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name i ot the Company, plainly printed oa the front of every package. I You'll get the best meal in Pendleton at the QUELLE A clean kitchen Particular cooks Attentive Service. For Breakfast Ranch Eggs Buttermilk Hotcakea Good ceffee Every day We invite your patronage and aim to please you. Regular Meals 25c Gus. La Fontaine La Fontaine Block, Main Street. DON'T LET HUBBY DANCE, Estranged Wife of Academy Pro- prietor Gives Advice to Women. Philadelphia. Mrs. Edith Stokley, the pretty wife of Thomas P. Stokley, a contractor and proprietor of a dancing academy, advised women if they value their happiness not to let their husbands have anything to do with dancing. She had a writ of habeas corpus Issued to get posses sion of her three-year-old daughter. The Stokleya separated eighteen months ago after Stokley became in terested in the dancing hall, "We were very happy," said Mrs. Stokley, "until my husband Invested in this dancing; hall. Almost Im mediately he saw younger and prettier women than his wife and we have not had a happy day since." SarsapariNa Acts directly and peculiarly on the blood; purifies, enriches and revitalizes it, and in thi way builds up the whole sys tem. Take it. Get it today In usual liquid form or In rhoonlat. coated tablets called SarsatabH. Belore You Move Investigate Be euro your new homo has that important modern convenience olectric lights. There are many such and they are in jrrcat demand by thoao who know how to enjoy them. Tho modern electric litfit ie bo much better than any other that no ono need hesitate about tho cost Tho General Electric Company has perfected its MAZDA lamp which e?yc8 twice as much light as ordinary elcctrio lamps using an equal amount of electricity. We Hove G. I. MAZDA Lamps For all those who live in wired houses we offer an opportunity of fretting tho benefit of the irreat light giving qualities of thcuo lamps. . For those who own unwirod houses on our distributing lines we will give advice of value in wiring houses for electric lights. v Pacific Power & Light Company "Always at Your Service," Phone Main 40