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TEN PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1916- in Come Into Our Store Plan Your Dinner Here Your Christmas Breakfast We have taken special pain to supply your wants for Breakfast. Er3 Er:3 Er3 El 3 EE3 E-5 3 GROCERY DEPT. Phone 688 XMAS BREAKFAST Grape Fruit Teco Pancake Flour. Mocat Coffee Strained Honey Fresh Ranch Eggs V MEAT DEPT. Phone 188 XMAS BREAKFAST Link Pork Sausage Morris & Co. Sliced Ham Sheaf Sliced Bacon Pork Tenderloins Finnan Haddie Royal Breakfast Mackeral If Daily Chats With the Housewife STOP! LOOK! JUST II -.3 Hi pa E3 COKMFEDTUKKEYS FROM THE CHAS. NELSON RANCH. Nuts, Candies, Fruits, Vegetables, Milk Fed Geese, Ducks, Hens, Spring everything for your salads and Chickens, Rabbits, Squabs, pastry. THE DEAN TATOM CO. Phone 688 DOWNEY'S MARKET Phone 188-187 Ij i ' m MMiniMiiiiiiMiMiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiMiiiimMiillHlllllllllllllllllliniMI IIIIIHIMHIIIIIffllllllllllllillllllllllllM ra i i i i i ihi;!i:iiiiiiiiiiHiMH.ii!;iiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiMuniiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin: MllllllllllllUIIIHUIIIIIIIimUlllllilMIHIilMIMIIIHIIHtlllllllilii ......... - . wm ei ramiiy i TUB NEW DROP SLKEVE. A feature of some of the newest sleeve models shows a tendency to re turn to the old fashioned "bell" sleeve that was In vogue some years ago. Many of the blouses and frocks show sleeves that drop Just below tha elbow Into a pocket of fullness, some times caught In at the wrist but oft ener left open, with the cuff of the sleeve closing together below the opening. A handsome velvet coat showed this same sleeve, the open ing giving a glimpse of the light satin lining. Presumably the gap would be closed up by the ends of the muff, when the arms were plunged Into If PIXIE P.F.L1S1L One quart of cabbage, 1 pint of white onions. 1 pint of sweet red pep per. 1 pint of sweet green pepper, i tablespoons of salt, 4 tablespoons of mustard seed, 2 tablespoons of crushed celery seed, 8-4 of a cup of sugar, 1 quart or vinegar, v. nop iino and put in a kettle. Cover with vi negar and cook slowly until Ingredi ents are tender. MOCK KARPBKKHY MOCSSE Soak 1-4 package of gelatine, usu ally 1 envelope, in 1-4 cup of cold water for half an hour; then dissolve in 1-2 cup of boiling water. Add 1 cup of sugar and stir until dissolved; Get a Can TO-DAY ' From Your Hardware or Grocery Dealer1 .c Diiaui tin., a uiii iifiu,ii,t in j ice water. When cool, add 1 cup of K raspberry Juice and pulp (raspberries put up in the summer will do.) and the Juice of 1 lemon. 'Beat until light and continue beating until the mix ture will hold Its shape. Pour into a chilled mold and put in a cold place until firm and ready to serve. OYSTKIIS A LA WATTS. Dip oysters In beaten egg, then In sifted cracker crumbs, seaRon with salt and pepper, then roll in slices of bacon with strips of red and green peppers. Pin together. Broil In a grill. RICE CREAM. Scald 2 cups of milk, udd 1-4 tea spoon of salt. Ml)t 1 tablespoon of cornstarch with 1-4 cup of cold milk and add to the hot milk, stirring con stantly while making them. Cook 10 minutes. Separate 2 eggs, beat the yolks slightly and add to the corn starch. Cook 5 minutes. Remove from the fire and add 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Put 1 cup of cooked rice in a pudding dish, pour the cream slow ly on It, mixing it well Into the rice. Make a meringue by beating the whites of the 2 eggs stiff and dry Add 2 tablespoons of sugar, beat well, flavor with 1-2 teaspoon of vanilla, and 1-4 teaspoon of lemon extract. Drop In small spoonfuls over the top of the pudding." Brown delicatels and serve cold. PRESERVED GINGER. Pare the roots of green ginger and lay In cold water 15 minutes. Boil in 3 waters, changing the hot for cold every time, until tender;, then drain and lay In Ice water. For the sirup, allow 1 1-4 pounds of sugar for every pound of ginger and a cup of water for ever pound of sugar. Boil and skim until the scum ceases to rise. When the sirup is cold, wipe the ginger dry and drop it In. Let It stand 24 hours. Drain off and re heat the sirup. This time put the I ginger in w hen only warm. Do not 1 I days more in which to save big money on 0 Christmas gifts and Men's fine Clothing at f Bond Bros. Fire Sale 5 Store open evenings 0 i balance of the sale. j! look at It again for two days. Then reboll the sirup, and pour over the ginger scalding hot. In a week drain off once more, boil, and add again while hot to the ginger. ' Cover close ly. It will be fit for use in a fort night. PORTLAND TO SEE "HEADLIGHT" PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 20. How to get a permit to drive a horse that does not need reins to guide it Is a puzzle that kept Floyd Gelvin, a mem ber of the Spokane police depart- The Clito Store With Gift Things for the Entire FOR EVFRY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY YOU WILL FIND SOME SUITABLE GIFT HERE FROM OUR LARGE AND WELL SELECTED 5 I UCK.. WI I H ONLY "nur. PING DAYS i LEFT BEFORE XMAS WE URGE EARLY MORNING SHOPPING, ESPECIALLY FOR YOUR BENEFIT. OUR GIFT THINGS ARE ARRANGED FOR CONVENIENT $ SELECTING. SPECIAL MAILING DEPARTMENT AT YOUR SERVICE Dal I MERRY CHRISTMAS STORE OPEN EVENINGS MERRY CHRISTMAS 1 1 s 8 s JMt a S Furs $5.00 to $120 Petticoat $4.50 to $12 WaUt $2.50 to $15 Bathrobe . $4 to $18.50 Shawl. $1.75 Hand Emb. Crepe de.... ... Chine. .. $2.95 to $10 FOR BABY . Bathrobe $1.25 to $2.95 Dresses... 35c to $5.00 Coats $1.50 to $15 Caps 35c to $3.50 Furs $2.95 to $7.95 Rattles 25c to $1.00 Hand Painted Novel ties 25c to $3.50 White Enameled Bat- ' kets ... $2.50 to $4.50 Cashmere Sacques 50c to $2.95. FOR SWEETHEART Furs $5 to $120 Bathrobe, $4.50 to $18.50 Petticoats $4.50 to $12 Waists $2.50 to $15 Sweaters $5.50 to $9.95 Skating Sets $1.75 to $4.50. ru jor TZkther ItSr HE WOULD APPRECIATE A Stein-Bloch Suit of Clothes $20 and up A Stein-Bloch Overcoat $20 and up A Pair of Florsheim Shoes $5.00 to $7.50 A Pair of Silk Lined Gloves $1.50 to $2.00 A Pendleton Indian Robe $8 50 A Wool Shirt, neat and dressy $1.50 to $4.00 Or an Umbrella, Walking Cane, Stetson Hat, Warm Wool Sox, etc. ll : jor Grandfather A Nice Wool Sweater $2.50 to $8.50 A Neat Mackinaw $6.50 to $10.00 A Warm Pair of Wool Sox 35c to 65c A Pair of Wool Gloves 35c to 75c A Pair of Felt House Slippers $1.50 to $2.25 A Pair of Warm Overshoes $1.50 to $3.25 A Neat Muffler 75c to $2.50 A Pretty Silk Scarf 25c to 75c And Many Other Suitable Gifts. Siiji f2 v'Wi I for SmetheartM 8 3 8 SISTER OR SWEET HEART Ivory Toilet Articles Emb. Night Gowns Silk Umbrella Boudoir Caps Kayser Silk Underwear Silk Hose Tourist Slippers Silk Scarfs Hair Pins Clock Collars Brassiere Corset Covers Mantilla Silk Waist Pattern Comfy Slippers Picture Frames MOTHER Kid Gloves Purse Table Linen Handkerchiefs Baskets Trays Light Shades Table Runners Emb. Pillow Slips 8 ment, in hot water her for several hours. Mr. Gelvin drove the horse. Head light, from the east without a rein, aud in Spokane It is a familiar sight to see Mr. Gelvin "driving;" hia pt eo.if.ne. "1 want to get a permit,'' said Mr. Gelvin when he went to Mayor Al bee'a office, "to drive Headlight without reins through th streets." Mayor A I bee referred Mr. Gelvin to Police Chief Clark. "And have the horse run away with you and kill somebody," the chief said. "You'd better see Harry p. Coffin, chairman of the public service board." Mr. Coffin was seen and he gave the long-sought permit. Tomorrow Mr. Gelvin will drive equine. his reinlesa GIRL WIFE OF 15 FAINTS ON STREET HUNTING HUSBAND Silk Dress Comfy Slippers Towels Bath Mats Sewing Sets Sofa Pillows Bed Spreads Laundry Bags Jor Brother GIFTS WORTH WHILE A Traveling Bag $5.00 to $25.00 A Suit Case $3.00 to $20.00 A Trunk, best quality $5.00 to $35.00 A Bath Robe, Pendleton Woolen Mills.. $18.50 A Smoking Jacket $6.00 to $8.50 A Pair of Auto Gloves $2.50 to $4.00 A Pair of House Slippers $1.50 to $2.50 A Silk Shirt $2.50 to $5.00 Or Pretty Neckties, Silk Mufflers, Dress Gloves, I HA Y: - If--2-: 7 Suspenders, Combination Sets, Silk Handker chiefs, Initial Handkerchiefs, etc J 8 il I Pennilctw Child, About to Broome Mother, Collapnea Looking for Runawar Mate. DENVER, Dec. 21. Penniless, a s'ranger and on the verge of mother hood, Labata Agureta, a 15 -year -old Mexican girl, who came to Denver several days ago in search of her hus band, who deserted her six weeks ago collupseTl at Tenth and Champa streets yesterday. She was removed to the maternity ward of the county hospital and the police took up th9 search for the delinquent mate. According to the story she told Ser geant Patterson and Police Surgeon McKelvey, she was married at Trin idad last January. In the latter part of October her husband disappeared from their home leaving her practically destitute. With money obtained from friends in Trinl day she trialed him from one c5a! camp to another in the vicinity of that place, arriving at each successive camp just too late to overtake him. A week ago fhe came to Denver lp hope of finding him here. She had only enough money to pay a week's rent for a room in a cheap lodging house. When the week elapsed she waj invited to seek lodging elsewhere but there was nowhere she could go, so she walked the stree's until weak ness brought about the collapse which resulted in her removal to the hospital. WOMAN IS KOBliKU OK S30O IS DA KING DAYLIGHT HOLDIP Highwayman rees Retolver at Her Side A- Site Gases in Shop Window. GIVE HIM USEFUL GIFTS, SUCH AS A Suit of Clothes $5.00 to $10.00 A Mackinaw, Pretty Models $5.00 to $6.50 A Pair of House Slippers $1.50 A Sweater or Jersey $1.50 to $3.00 A Pair of Gloves or Mitts 75c to $1.50 A Pretty Necktie 25c, 50c, 75c to $2.50 Or Cuff Links, Tie Pins, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, etc. Everything for the Boy. 8 1 DETROIT. Dec. IS Mrs. Wiener of San Frani'i-sco was robbed of 30 within a block of her hotel here yes terday Mrs. Wiener waa gaxing lnte a shop window un Washington bou levard wondering what she could buy as a Christmas present for her inva lid husband, after holding out mount to pay her ho'el bill and her trans portation home. Just as she decided on what to purchase a young man appeared "n each side of her and a third placed the muzzle of a revolver against her ide. She was told to, keep quiet or be killed. The men at her side wen: through the side pocket of her coat and took an envelope con taining the $300. Persona palnii not far from her eviden'ly believed the four were merely holding a conver 1 sa 'ion. The holdups sneKknil asi," j oiu at a time EXPRESS PAID TO ANY POINT A 17 A 1ffT0) (x R IN THE U. S. ON ALL PENDLE- j rj )( jV1 jj , J (( V h TON WOOLEN MILL PRO- fUl J'MTImI M 1111 $ DUCTS. VISIT THE INFANTS' DEPT, SECOND FLOOR. EVERY THING FOR BABY. 8 ' !rV i- V TWO VACANCIES FOR OREGON CADETS OPEN IVpreM-nlatUe SIiiikmi Will llavn Compel it in- Tt"ts Held for tti't Point pliuiw. WASHINGTON. I'ec 2 t.-- Kepr. sema'iv Slnnott ha been notified i: two vacancies which he mt soon fill at the We't point military academy. He will h ive compel Ulve examinations held, open to all afplmnts. at Tim DallM, Pendleton. La Grandi. Itatnr, Rend Ontario, Ijikevew an. I Klam ath Kails. As the realt of thi examlna'loin he will appoint two prlicipili .not four alternate.