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FAGE TWO
DAILY EAST OREGON1AN. IEXDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY. MAY 8. 1915.
EIGHT PAGES
I
Women's Suits
Sacrifice
If you haven't attended this sale this week, make a special
effort to come this evening. This sale of women's suits includes
the season's newest and best styles. Every new spring woolen
tailor-made suit in our store is included.
20.00 Suits are Reduced to $11.90
S25.00 Suits are Reduced to 913.05
S30.00 Suits are Reduced to $15.85
.S3 7.50 Suits are Reduced to ?19.S5
?40.00 Suits are Reduced to $21.95
NEW TAFFETA SILKS
A shipment new taffeta silks in the chiffon weight. Soft fin
ish, all shades for street and evening wear, such as nile, emerald,
Russian, battleship, silver, Copenhagen, Belgian, navy, light
blue, pink, white, etc. The yard $1.50 to $2.00
JUNE DELINEATOR IS HERE
Those having cards please present them and get
your Delineators.
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CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS
We have a very choice show
ing of crepe de chine waists in
the new country club model.
Extra heavy quality of crepe de
chine, stripes in a wide range
of colors, convertable collars,
long sleeves, sfzes 34 to 44.
Priced at !. $6.00
NEW MIDDY DRESSES
FOR CHILDREN
White middy with navy.
Copenhagen and white de
tachable skirts, striped with
red and blue, and plaid
skirts. A very practical
summer dress for the little
tones; sizes 4 to 12 years.
Priced at S2.00
COVERT CLOTH
For suits and coats. In
two weights, all wool, finest
finish; 56 inches wide; sage
shade. Yard 2.00 to $2.50
DIMITY VOILE
and Lace Cloth, wash goods,
very best finish. Comes in
neat floral designs, both
light and dark shades, 6 to
40 inches wide. The yard
25 to 35.
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TODAY IS STRAW HAT DAY
Buy your straw hat now and get a full season's wear
out of it, but don't buy till you've seen ours. They are the
smartest, most stylish we've ever shown, and the prices
are right.
Straws $1.50 to $3.50
Panamas . $6.50 to $9.00
Visit Our
Bargain
Basement
It's the bargain center of
Pendleton. You'll find in
this bargain basement some
of the finest goods in Pen
dleton, at prices that don't
represent the original whole
sale cost of the materials let
alone the making. If your
dollars mean anything to
you this is the place for you
to buy.
i cwom I;
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PA YS TO TRADE
SAVE YOUR T. P. W. TRADING STAMPS
I COUPON j
, St
Announcing the engagement of
Ming Edith Kuley to Lester Hurst,
Mrs. W. C. E. Prultt entertained
charmingly yesterday afternoon at
her home on West Alta street, the
puests being fourteen of the Intimate
friends of the bride elect. The form
of announcement was a pretty one
and very cleverly planned. The cen
terpiece of the table was a large clus
ter of pink rosebuds and to these buds
were tied the announcements of the
engagement. From the chandelier
were suspended tiny Cupids so that
they hovered just over the message
bearing buds. The afternoon was
very pleasantly spent In sewing. Dain
ty refreshments were served.
The guests of the affair were Miss
Raley, Mrs. J. H. Raley, Mrs. Charles
Tullls, Mrs. Gladys Slaughter and the(
Misses Quiiulum Wilcox, Pauline
Junes, .Miiurea ttertieiey, LAma i-nri-more,
Helen Cranston, Evelyn Som
mervllle. Cecelia Cunningham, Phyllis
and Effle Parkes, Edna Zimmerman
and Miss Lela Slaughter (Portland).
The bride-elect is one of the popu
lar young society girls of Pendleton
and Is the attractive daughter of Col.
' and Mrs. James H. Raley. Mr. Hurst
j Is a brother of Mrs. Charles Tullls
I and Is associated with Mr. Tullls In
the dairy business near this city.
Announcements, were received , In
Pendleton this morning by many of
th frlnnria nf Mian fnrv tnnria Khar. '
ldan telling of her wedding on Sat
urday, May first, in Minneapolis, to
Ray Clifford Livingston of that city.
The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Al
ice Sheridan and for a number of
years wns a prominent figure In the
society circles of Pendleton. Mr. and
Mrs. Livingston will be at home In
Mlnmipolls at 1520 Harmon Place. I
03' 001 bOQU LXhi)
WE WOULD SUGGEST
A Jieo Sunday Binnor
FROM OUR PURE MEATS
Nice Dressed Country Chickens, Saturday.
FOR DINNER.
U. S. Inspected Prime Rib Roast of Beef.
U. S. Inspected Crown Roast of Young Mutton
U. S. Inspected Fancy Leg of Pork.
U. S. Inspected Choice Pot Roasts.
FOR LUNCHES.
U. S. Inspected New England Cooked Hams
U. S. Inspected Fine Summer Sausages.
U. S. Inspected Cold Fancy Roast of Pork.
Also many other nice Sunday lunch requisites.
BE SURE IT IS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED.
OREGON MARKET
TWO PHONES 600 AND 601
815 Main Street. J. S. Rogers, Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Paddock and
little son of Walla Walla arrived In
Pendleton yesterday. Mrs. Paddock
win reumiii lur auuie umc tio Burol
of her sister, Mrs. Roy Alexander.
The members of the Boise high
school band, which plays here this
afternoon, will be gests this evening
at the Jolly Club dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Belts and
daughter, Miss Eva Belts, and Mrs. A.
J. Overturf of Pendleton, motored'
over from the county Beat Thursday
for a short visit with relatives and
friends at Ferndale and Crockett.!
They returned the same evening. Miss
000 Russian troops were quartered
there, awaiting the breaking of the
winter. Snow was three feet deer
and the thermometer continuously
below zero, he said.
HE CAME BACK
The Portland Xorthwest Rug
man Is here. II you have any
old carpet you wish woven into
beautiful fluffy rags, notify S. A.
Dobner, State Hiitel, Phone 503.
Over 400 local satisfied pat
rons. "THE OXLY MODERN FLAXT
ON THE PACIFIC COAST."
No down deposits required.
WHY KILLED WHEN TRIM
COLLIDES WITH ELECTRIC
MERITOL
COLD
TABLETS
will break up that
Spring Cold
Sold by us on a
Money back
Guarantee
Tallman & Go.
Leading- ',Drurti
.4aXHE.T AT LOS ANGELES RE
MITS I.N SCORES OP PER
SONS JNJIRED.
LOS ANGELES, May 7 Several
persons are reported to have been
kliled when a Santa Fe train collided
with a South Pasadena car of the
Pacific Electric railway on Alieo
street, Los Angeles. Many were In
jured. Scores of ambulances were
ordered to the cene. i
Protect Your
ROSES
get a bottle of
NICTONE
for sale by
Koeppen's
The Drug Store That
Serves You Best
TEST SHOWS GASOLINE
TANK PULSE OF AUTO
As a matter of the efficiency of an
automobile, the May 1st How-Far-On-One-Gallon
demonstration by Frank
lin dealers in every part of the Unit
ed States and many points In Canada,
proves, In a practical way, that the
gasoline tank is the pulse tt the car.
Final reports from the 137 partici
pants giving the results of last Sat-
Greatest of A!!
The trout wonderful thins In the world
Is love expressed In the helpless Infant.
And among those
aids and comforts for
expectant mothers ts
the well known
"Mother's Friend."
This Is an external
application to enable
the abdominal mus
cles to become more
pliant, to expand
naturally without
undue pain from the
UPon eotrts and lleaments.
Applied as directed unon those minclee
Involved It soothes the fine network of
nerves with which ell the musses are
supplied. Thus a great share of the pains
so moth dreaded may t avoided snd toe
period rf exjweuncy pained In comfort.
There is r.o question but what such
relief h a marked Influence upa the
general health of the mother.
In a little (wok ser.t b mail much use- '
f ul .Information Is given to inerprinred
mothers. It tells how to tine "Mother's
Friend" snd how to avoid caking breams.
It has been prepared In our laboratory
if over forty years and Is known favor.
Wy to muft druggists everywhere. Get
i bottl to-day and write for book to
UradtK-iJ Regulator Co.. io Lamar Mdg.,
Atlanta, Ca, lie sure to k for and
e tUt yiu get "Mather's Friend." .
111
strain
Kelley's Auto
Repair Shop
New and second hand cars
bought and sold.
Cottonwood St., Opposite
City Hall. Phone 181.
urday's National Efficiency Run.
show -the average to be 32.1 miles
per gallon of gasoline. A few years
ago sudh a record for six-cylinder
cars was undreamed of. Who can
predict what will be accomplished a
few years hence
An analysis of the reports proves
that It is possible for a six-cylinder
car to travel 55 miles on one single
gallon of fuel. This is the high rec
ord of the demonstration, secured at
New Haven, Conn., under official su
pervision of Professors Lockwood
and Prentice of Tale University. The
lowest record came from Oil City.,
Pa., where the cold weather and
heavy road conditions were extreme-
Ily unfavorable.
Four of the entrants ran 50 miles
.or better; 15 attained mileages of 40
or over; J J identical cars on the
same day were able to travel 30 miles
or more on the single gallon of fuel
The best record last year was 51.2,
and the lowest 17.2.
The details show that a wide vari
ance of road and weather conditions
were met with on the various tests.
In 15 per cent of the territory there
was rainfall.
The nature of the test points out
what it is possible to do in obtaining
operating efficiency under normal
conditions. It Is significant that the
record was established simultaneously
by the entire Franklin dealer organ
ization, and was not a stunt In which
only one man figured. In every case
the test was under the observance of
representative men who attested to
each preparatory detail and confirm
ed the results before a notary. The
fuel supply was officially measured
by the local sealer of weights and
measures, and was required to be of
the usual commercial variety. A
strictly stock model was used by each
entrant. The routes were "out and
back" so as to equalize advantage of
wind and grade. That the test has a
practical value is shown by the driv
ers being, in almost every case, deal
ers wno can be cald to be on a par
with the average car owner In the op
eration of an automobile. No profes
sional contest drivers took part In the
demonstration. At least thirty of the
partlclpans were new dealers with
very little experience with Franklin
cars.
Twenty of the demonstrations were
conducted by prominent technical au
thorities from such representatives
as Toronto, Rensselaer Polytechnic In
stitute, Brown, Dartmouth Institute,
Stevens Institute, Sheffield Scientific
Rchool of Yale, Cornell, Pennsylvania.
Syracuse, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Cincinnati, Washington
Nebraska, and Lehigh.
Both from an engineering and an
economic standpoint of view these
runs by Franklin cars has, naturally,
attracted technical men to the prin
ciples which make a remarkable rec
ord of this kind possible. With the
launching of the nation-wide demon
strations by Franklin dealers this
year, the opportunity presented Itself
to connect the economy of an auto
mobile with Its efficiency by authen
tic engineering Investigations. It !
the unanimous opinion of the univer
sity men that the Information gained
as to the part played by each unlUof
the mechanism In working out 'this
new standard of efficiency ts some
thing which will mean much In the
progress of the automobile. An un
' icmuiu ui mis scientiric inves
tigation is the interest of the depart
ment of economics, which find In the
test and Its object another steo in es
tablishlng the principle of efficiency
oeing a measure value.
widespread general Interest has
been created by the Franklin test
because of what It shows motorists
from the standpoint of efficiency.
Engineers have always recognized the
ract that anything that affects the
proper running of a car eventually
shows up in greater consumption of
gasoline than necessary, ani: a test
like this promoted by the Franklin
throws additional light on the subject
in a practical way. This demonstra
tion brings Into preminence the ef
feet on gasoline consumption of such
factors as the type of motor, the
questions of design, workmanship and
material, weight, tires, in fact the ef
ficiency of the automobile as a com
plete unit.
NOTED SOCIETY GIRLS
ARE ENGAGED TO WED
NEW YORK, May 7. In the ranks
of New York's "younger set" of the
social elite, there probably are no
more popular debutantes than the
Misses Marie Hailer and Margaret
Andrews.
Miss Taller, who Is a daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Taller cf
New York, and Richfield Springs, N
Y., has been called by the Granl
Duke Mlchaelowitch, the czar's cou
sin, the most beautiful girl In tho
world. Though she has been reported
engaged many times, It Is only recent.
ly that her parents announced her en
gagement to S. Bryce Wing, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Stuart Wing, of New
York,
miss Margaret Andrews, who is ft
close and formidable rival Insports of
Miss Eleanor Sears, Is one of society's
most enthusiastic followers of row
ing, swimming yachting and motoring,
On her "coming out" Dame Rumor
had it that she was engaged to Vin
cent Astor. Since then she has been
reported engaged a number of times,
but the official announcement of her
engagement to young Morgan Bel
mont, son of August Belmont was
made by her parents a short time
ago.
At many recent prominent weddings
Miss Andrews has been In great de
mand as bridesmaid and mald-of-hon
or.
Belts will remain for a
Milton Eagle.
few days.-
Wooilmcn will I'se Movies.
ROCK ISLAND. 111.. May 6. The
Modern Woodmen of America, largest
fraternal Insurance society In the
world, will use the movies. The head
camp, located here, has voted to pre
pare slides showing principal features
of the M. W. A. workings, to be loan
ed to local camps throughout the
country. I
Yesterday afternoon the ladies of,
the North Side and South Hill Bridge j
Clubs were very pleasantly entertained
at the home of Mrs. O. Irving La Dow(
on West Court street, Mrs. L,a now
and Mrs. Chester Mlnkler being hos
tesses. Additional guests were Mrs.
Lillian McMorrls of Portland, who I
a guest of Mrs. Llna H. Sturgis, Mrs.
A. Phimister Proctor and Mrs. Mary
La Dow. Honors were won by Miss
Jennie Perry and Mrs. James Johns,
Sr.
Mrs. William J. Clarke was hostess
yesterday afternoon to the ladles ot
the Luncheon Bridge Club and the
afternoon was very enjoyably spent
in the play. Honors were won by
Mrs. George Perlnger. Quests other
than the club members Included Mrs.
Thomas Thompson, Mrs. H. H. Hat
ter and Mrs. Kimball.
Mrs. G. H. Wiley Is en route to her
home In Indiana after an extended
visit In Pendleton as the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Charles Bonney.
Dr. S. E. Kelser and Miss Hattie
Hall, both of this city, were married
Thursday In Walla Walla in the pres
ence of a number of friends and will
return to Pendleton to make their
home In the new bugalow at the cor
ner of Willow and Tustln streets.
Mrs. Henry Barrett of Athena Is at
St. Anthony's hospital recovering from
a slight opertlon.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Caspar, prom
inent residents of Walla Walla, ac
companied by Mrs. Robertson of the
same city and Mr. and Mrs. Deckly of i
Ohio spent the day In Pendleton yes
terday, having motored over In the
morning.
Mrs. Victoria Terry of Walla Walla
ters of Adams were visitors In Pen
dleton yesterday.
Mrs. Agnes Morrisette and daugh
ters of Adams are visitors in Tendle
ton today.
Yesterday at 2:30 p. m. at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Bat
tery on North Main street, Fred W.
Thompson and Miss Alice M. Yorke
were united In marriage ey Rev. J. E.
Snyder of the Prebyterlan church.
Mr. Thompson is an employe of the
Eastern Oregon State Hospital and his
bride was formerly a nurse there.
Miss Jessica McEwen of Athena
was here yesterday, the guest of Miss
es Frances and Muriel Baling.
Court Safcttt for lonct.
CHICAGO, May . The safest
place in the world for an honest man
is the courtroom of Federal Judge
Landls. The Judge himself says so.
George H. Rosenbaum, of West
Hammond, was cited to appear and
explain why he had not returned to
the bankrupt estate of Isaac Cohen
diamonds valued at 1250. He didn't
appear, but his attorney did, and ex
plained that his client feared to ap
pear, as he did not have the gems,
but was trying to raise the money to
pay for them.
"Oh, .pshaw," said the Judge, "this
is the safest place In the world for
an honest man. I'll continue the
case."
Primary Mixtion In Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELAS, May . Candi
dates for mayor of Los Angeles were
being chosen yesterday at a munici
pal primary election. Chief of Po
lice Charles E. Sebastian, Robert Al
len, a former police commissioner,
and F. J. Whlllen, member of the city
council, were the best known can
didates. Two w.ll go on the ballot
which will be voted at the final elec
tion next month.
Colli Kills ;rM-hoMw.
BAKER. Ore., May Millions of
grasshoppers In Orant county were
kliled by the return of winter last
week and averted a threatened pest
next summer. This has Just been dis
covered near Prairie City, when far
mers found the froxen Insects Just In
the process ot hatching. Tho early
season had caused them to hatch ear.
Her than usual and had they been al
lowed to live the fields would have
been overrun with them. -
u A For . i
Caution Ta.
ivold SubnitutetOSI
Against
Substitutes ru(?mn iPf fs
Get the Well-Known" UkVmUU
Round Package THE OIUCKIAL
MALTED r.llLEl
Made In tha largest, best
equipped and sanitary Malted
Milk plant In tho world
We do not makc'Tnilkproducts"
Skim Milk, Condensed Milk, etc.
Bated, HORUCK'S
THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK
Made from clean, full-cream milk
end the extract of select malted train,
reduced to powder form, soluble in
water. Best Food-Drink for All A.e
Used for evr a Quarter Century
UHlmm you my "HePJJCX$"
jruw may fut m gmamiimtmm
nnvumi iu.ii"i
lJTQho o PaokDQo Homo
Orient Tories Shipping.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 6 Fred
erick Wncker, exgovernor of one
of the small groups of Islands In the
Caroline Islands, captured by the
Japanese several months ago, arrived
with 12 Germans deported from Ja
pan. All had been Interned. Sev
eral were officers of enemy vessels
detained In Japanese ports.
They arrived on the steamer Chi
na, whose officers reported unsatis
factory shipping conditions In the
orient because of the lack of vessels.
They said merchandise was piled In
great quantities In many ports.
Among the China's passengers was
William Sidney, a, wireless operator,
who said he had been employed for
several months at Vladivostok. He
said the city was a provision depot, j
stored with Immense quantities of!
foodstuffs purchased principally from
Japan. When he left, he said, 100,-'
Tom Thumbs Uodding
TO HE GIVEX AT THE
OREGON THEATRE
Friday, May 14th.
VXDEll THE AISI'ICES OF THE LADIES' All) OF THE CHIUS
TIAX CHl'HCII.
Nothing will be left undone to make the program of Tom Thumb's
Wedding a very delightful and entertaining one.
It Is under the direction of Adah Losh Hose and rehearsals by 75
children are being held dally.
This entertainment was given May 6th at Portland for the bene,
fit of the State Child Welfure Commission In the Ilellg Theatre and
was an unqualified success. Governor Wlthycombe pronounced It
the best thing of the kind that he had ever seen.
There are three scenes In this miniature wedding. The first is
the wedding of Tom Thumb to Miss Midget. The second scene Is
the wedding banquet. During this scene the grand father and gTand
mother of the bride tell In song of the days of their youth which
have gone and their love that gives peace and happiness In their de
clining years, although the golden hair has turned to grey. In the
third scene the wedding dance Is given following the banquet. Six
teen children will do the stately m'.nuet, the scene closing with all
singing, "I'd Like to Live In Lovcland With a Girl Like You."
A military drill by It small boys and a pantomlne, the "Old Oak.
en Bucket," by six girls In Greclun costume, will be an additional at
traction. The singing chorus of young girls will be unusually good, the
songs Including recent and olden time popular hits.
Tickets will be on sale at the Tendleton Drug Store Thursday and
Friday, May 13th and Hth. Reserved sonts, 50 cents.

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