DAILY EAST OREGOX1AN. FENdiETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. 1912.
Our 24th Annual
PICTURESQUE SCENES IN OREGON
A- . A3? ' frittrs
Ends This Week
Our Qualities are unequaled, Our prices
for Quality Merchandise is the bestCome
and lay in a supply of needed warm
Clothing now, this week, at prices that
mean great saving to you
In Our Famous Women s Shoe Dep't.
?6.00 BLACK SATIX BUTTON
One of the very latest styles out, made by
one of America's Wst shoe manufacturers,
perfect fitting, stylish looking. Clearance
Sale price $4.10
$3.00 BLACK VELVET BUTTOX
A very fine wearing and stylish shoe, has
been one of our strongest sellers this fall. lias
all the style of a $10.00 shoe. Clearance
$5.00 PATEXT LEATHER BUTTOX
Plain toe, or cap toe, cravenette top, genu
ine welt soles, all sizes. Clear, price $3.40
A MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF LA
DIES' TURN SHOES, comes in all styles
and patterns, $4.00 values $2.19
$4.00 PATEXT LEATHER SHOES
All st3"les toes and tops, genuine welt soles.
Evceptionally good values. . Clearance .
$5.00 ALL KID BUTTON BOOTS
Genuine welt soles, patent leather cap toe.
A very fine assortment of styles. Clearance
$3.50 KID BUTTON BOOTS $2.75
Welt soles, patent leather cap toes, strictly
up-to-date; shoes that will give service, and
will fit extra well, very easy on the feet.
Clearance price $2.75
$3.50 GUN METAL BUTTON SHOES
Cap toe, welt soles, good styles, Clearance
sale price .. $2.75
$4.00 VELOUR CALF BUTTON
' SHOES $3.10
Broad too, welt soles, all new styles. Most
excellent values, very serviceable. Clearance
6ale price $3.10
All Children's Shoes
Our space here will not permit us to
go into detail, but we assure you every
child's shoe in our entire stock will be
greatly reduced. Come and bring the
children in. We take particular care in
fitting children's shoes. No shoe that
.you buy of us, if you will let us fit it.
will ever cause a bunion or a corn.
One lot of TS Suits, in plain serges, broad
cloths and fancy mixtures. The colors are
navy, brown, green and black. Values up
24th Annual Clearance
$15 WOMEN'S COATS $1.98.
One special lot, brown and green mixtures,
good and serviceable, a bargain that you
simply can't afford to let pass. Clearance
Sale price $1.98
at Clearance prices such
as you never saw before
SUITS IN FANCY MIXTURES.
Strictly plain tailored models, brown and
grey, good assortment of sizes. These are
this season's new styles and they'll go fast
so don't wait too long.
$18.95 Values, Clearance price $12.98
$22.50 Values, Clearance price $13.25
$37.50 Values, Clearance price $22.98
WOMEN'S COATS REDUCED.
Women's Coats in plain and fancy mix
tures, about twenty in all, navy, brown, tan,
gray and black.
$8.50 Values, Clearance price. $5.25
$15.00 Values, Clearance price.- $8.49
$17.50 Values, Clearance price. $9.75
$25.00 . Values, Clearance price $13.50
$33.00 Values, Clearance price $18.49
The Peoples Warehouse
Save Your Trading Stamps
Where It Pays to Trade
4 "mttr 71
s . . . l
NEW GIRL AT HOME
OF CHESTERS. ADAMS
Jt (Special Correspondence).
Adams. Ore., Jan. 17. A thirteen
pound baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Glamblo Friday, Janu
ary 12. lr. rseuran or Ainena was
attending physician. Mother and
child are doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lleuallen were
Pendleton visitors Saturday.
Eileen Bowling returned to school
In Pendleton after spending Sunday
Miss Lola Rogers entertained a
I number of friends Saturday evening.
Those present were: " Clark Maxle,
Morton, Frank Krib and Miss Ruth
IKrlb of Pendleton. They played
games and Bpent a very pleasant eve
Mrs. T. C. Reld, who is confined to
her home with lagrlppe, Is Improving.
Dr. McFaull passed through Ad
ams Monday evening on his way to
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lewis and chll-
Idren are visiting relatives In Pendle
ton for a few days this week.
Mr. Bannen of Pendleton, was a
I business visitor Monday.
from Mayor Gaynor, the Bureau of
Licenses has sent out letters to licens
ed dancing masters in New York, for
bidding Instruction in such dances as
the so-called "turkey trot," under
penalty of forfeiting of license. Load
ing dancing instructors here approve
the mayor's attitude.
Denmark. In northern Siberia and
Kuswia he pays he will probably us
dug team. He will have a compan
ion throuKh Siberia but will make th
rest of the trip alone.
SAYS GERMS LIKE THIN' MEN".
Japanese Expert Asserts Fat Persons
Have Fewer Microbes.
Berlin. 'Good News for Fat Men"
Is the title of a 'little pamphlet is
sued at Breslau by the Japanese doc
tor, Hikada. Dr. Hlkada says that,
contrary to the general opinion, the
thinner a man Is the more germs he
' ha on his skin. The average
healthy man has 1,520 germs to the
square centimeter (.334 of an inch)
but fat men have 20 per cent fewer
than th lean, and men have many
more than women.
tA r.raml O. E. S. Install.
La Grande, Ore. Hope chapter No.
i o v. s . with Mrs. Fred G-
KcMlkV installing officer, seated the
following officers: Worthy matron,
Mrs. F M. Jackson; associate worthy
matron, Miss Cynthia Stein; conduc
tor, Mrs. Arthur Williams, associate
conductor, Mrs. A. B. Cherry; treas
urer, Mrs. A. B. Worstell; secretary,
Miss Mary Warnick; Ada, Mrs. L.
Given; Ruth, Mias Anna Alexander;
Erther, Mrs. Charlie Cochran; Mar
tha, Mrs. T. J. Robinson; Electra,
Mrs J E Stevenson; warden, Mrs.
Irwin; 'chaplain, Mrs. C. T. Bacon;
marshal, Mrs. F. E. McDonald; or
ganist, Mrs. Nelle Nell; marshal, Mrs.
Nellie Noyes, and sentinel, J. M.
French Steamer Held.
Tunis, Jan. 17. A wireless message
received here today says the French
steamer Carthage, bound from Mar
seilles for Tunis, has been arrested
on the high seas by Italian torpedo
boat destroyers and taken to Car
gllarl Island of Sardinia. The Ital
ian authorities consider that an aero
plane belonging to the Aviator Du
val and parts of another, . belonging
to Aviator Obre, aboard the Carth
age, were contraband of war. Duval
and Obre, who are both here to give
exhibition flights, learned of the sei
zure of the Carthage and lodged a
protest at the residency general. Obre
points out that he recently made
flights at Cagliarl and Suzbara and
had been authorized by the Italian
authorities to take his machine back
AluMkan Blockade Ended.
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 17. The snow
blockade 'which has tied up traffic
on the Copper River & Northwestern
railroad, the longestrailway in Alas
ka, since the first of the year, was
lifted today and trains are running
through from Cordova, at tide water
to Kennecott, the inner terminus. The
snow was responsible for one death,
en engineer being killed when his en
gine fell through a burned bridge, the
condition of which was hidden by a
huge snowdrift. Mail to points al
ong the railroad was carried on dog
sleds during the blockade.
Favors Hobble Skirts.
Los Angeles, Jan. 17. Dr. L. M.
Powers, city health commissioner,
wants women to continue wearing
hobble skirts which were recently con
demned by the convention of Am
erican modestes in Chicago. "Its all
right and beneficial, although it has
been looked upon as a freak," de
clared Dr. Powers. "Let it remain in
style; it gives much more exercise
than other kinds of dresses."
FLAX GETTl'SBlTtG MEMORIAL
Fiftieth Anniversary of Battle to Be
Celebrated In 1913.
Washington. Plans for the cele
bration of the first four days of July,
1913, of the fiftieth anniversary of
the battle of Gettsburg were made
public today when the Pennsylvania
committee having the matter In
charge appeared before the Joint con
gressional committee. Congress will
be asked to appropriate $500,000 for
the laying of the corner stone of a
peace memorial to be erected by the
nation at the entrance of the battle
field. The president will be asked to
preside at the ceremony.
MAX OF 92 STARTS LIFE AXEW,
Abner Hammond and His 80-Year-Old
Wife Go to "Sunny California."
San Francisco. Abner Hammond,
92 years old, and his wife who Is 80,
arrived in San Francisco from Lyons,
Wayne County, New York, "seeking
From an old wallet bound with a
string of Interminable length, he
drew a real estate folder showing a
rose-bowered bungalow and extend
ing an invitation to "come to sunny
"We weren't getting on very well,"
he said, "and we thought we'd come
out here and get into something. We
had $150 in the bank, but it took it
all to get out here."
LIVE GOOSE FOR TAFT'S COLD.
Indiana Man Will Urge President to
t'so Old-Faslilonetl Remedy.
Washington. A live goose that
came all the way from Indianapolis
for President Taft's delecatlon arriv
ed at the White House, conveyed by
farmer -Representative "Jim" Watson
of Indiana, and Jacob Flnkelsteln.
Mr. Flnkelsteln was the donor of the
goose, and he expects to dilate on the
merits of goose grease in curing such
a cold as Is now bothering President
Robert Mantell Weds.
Pueblo, Colo., Jan. 17. Robert
Brue Mantell, the actor, was married
In the county court here today to
Miss Genevieve Hamper, of Detroit,
a member of his company. Every
effort was made to keep the marriage
BIG TYPEWRITER DEAL OX.
Smith-Premier Said to Be Arranging
to Sell to Remington.
New York. It was asserted on good
authority in the financial district this
afternoon that the Smith-Premier
Typewriter company had completed
negotiations to sell out to the Reming
ton Typewriter Interest and that the
consummation of the deal would be i
officially announced in a few days.
Officers of both companies refused to
confirm or deny the report or to make
any comment on it.
Form K. of C. nt The Dalles.
La Grande, Ore To Institute a
counsel of the KnlRnts of Columbus
at The Dalles J. 11. Peare, grand
knight, left with several La Grande
knights, who, with the Portland coun
sel, will assist him to institute the
council. The work will be conducted
by J. P. Kellar of the Portland council.
LOXG TRIP OX ICE
Spokane Resident to Jo Afpot and on
Skis to His Native Land.
San Francisco. A trip on skis and
afoot from New York to his native
land Norway, Is the ambitious pro
ject mapped out by L. S. Rinday of
Spokane, Wash., who is visiting bere,
stopping at the American hotel. Rln
dai said that if he is successful he
will be the first ever to have accom
plished the feat. He estimates that
the Jaunt will take two years and will
land him In Christiana, Norway, in
time to take part In the celebration of
the 100th anniversary of tho Inde
pendence of Norway. This Is May 17.
Rlndal will go to New York by rail
and will then set out through Canada
to Alaska, crossing Bohrlng Strait,
then over the ice. through Siberia,
Russia, Germany, France, Holland and
Itl'XAWAY XKGIU) GIRL
IS KILLED BY THAIX
Young While Woman Companion Is
Bruised When Kntjliio Hits Two
Chehalls. Wash. Magnolia Moss, a
16-year-old negro girl, and Olene
Cochran, white, aged 16 years, were
struck by Great Northern train No.
360, due here at 3:25 a. m., and as a
result the former died in St Helen's
hospital and the latter has been re
turned to the state training school,
from which Institution both ran away.
The right arm of the colored girl had
to be taken off, and she was also In
jured Internally, dying as the result
of the latter Injuries.
The white girl was only slightly
bruised. She says they were sleeping
alongside the track a short distance
south of Newaukum, 10 miles sooth
of this city, having become exhausted'
by the walk from the school. Both
of the girls were sent to the school
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
The Kind YouHaia Always Bought
TO MATCH MISSING MATES.
Associated Charities Has Plan to Mar
ry Widows and Widowers.
Minneapolis A matrimonial bureau
to aid the Associated Charities and
the probation office has . been Hug
gester, that the widows for whom the
charity organization is caring may
marry some of the widowers who
have children under the supervision
of the probation office. "I know half
a dozen widowers, needing wives,"
said Miss Sarah Fitzgerald, a proba
tlon officer. "They cannot get house'
keepers and they cannot have their
homes run properly without wives."
CAX'T TEACH TURKEY TROT.
Mayor Gaynor Puts Ban on Instrao
. tlon in "Ragging" Dance.
New York. Under instructions
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cur
ed by Hill's Catarrh Care. F. J CHENEY.
& Co., Toledo ,0. ,
We, the onoersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
ont any obligations mad by his firm.
WALDING, KINltAIf MARVIN.
Wholesale Dmgglats, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken internally,
aetlns; directly noon the Mood and mmcooa
surfaces of the system. ' TestlOMnlals sent
free. Price tbc, per roue, aoia or au
lTaketHairi Family mils for eoostfpev
Before You Move
Be euro .your new home has that important modern
convenience electric lights. There are many such
and they are in fjreat demand by those who know
how to enjoy them. The modern electric light is
bo much better than any other that no one need
hesitate about tho cost Tho . General Electric
Compasy has perfected its MAZDA lamp which
gives twice as much light as ordinary electric lamps
using an equal amount of electricity.
We Have C. E. MAZDA Lamps
For all those who live in wired houses we offer an
opportunity of getting, the benefit of the great
light giving qualities of these lamps. For those
who own unwired houses on our distributing linee
we will give advice of value in wiring houses for
electric lights. "
Pacific Povor & Light Company
"Always at Your Service."
Phone Main 40
xml | txt