DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY. JANUARY 6. 1917.
P. H. 5. 1118111
YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS OUR
You Can Increase the Buying Power of Your Dollars
IF YOU COULD GO OVER TO THE BANK NOW AND GET A $10 GOLD PIECE FOR $7.95, WHAT PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE
WUn?i7RFUIT OUT E YOU?CAN COME IN HERE NOW AND GET JUST AS STANDARD AND DEFINITE A VALUE AS YOUR $10
GOLD PIECE IN CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES, FURNISHINGS, ETC., AND THE PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE ON THE MONEY
vnn QprNn wil I RF r.RFATER THAN $10 GOLD PIECES AT $7.95.
thf Sint of it A1X IS IN THE VALUE YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY. ONCE BE SURE OF THAT AND YOU CAN FIGURE IT
OUT FOR YOURSELF AND YOU KNOW THE KIND OF GOODS WE OFFER YOU; ALWAYS THE BEST FOR THE PRICE NO MATTER
SHTa t thf PfilTF RF AL INTRINSIC VALUE IS IN THEM, AND THE LOWER PRICES WE ARE OFFERING INCREASE THE VALUE
YOU GET -Com ; EARLY DON'T WAIT TILL THE THINGS YOU WOULD LIKE HAVE BEEN TAKEN BY SOME ONE ELSE.
New overcoats have been
put into our .stock in the last
few days making our show
ing very complete.
Now is your best time to
buy. If you wait till next
fall you'll pay at least 50
per cent more than we now
offer them to you for.
$12.50 Overcoats, Clearance
$15.00 Overcoats, Clearance
$17.50 Overcoats, Clearance
$20.00 Overcoats, Clearance
$22.50 Overcoats, Clearance
$25.00 Overcoats, Clearance
$30.00 Overcoats, Clearance
Real Clearance of All
"Left Over Christmas"
The best assortment we've ever
shown at this time of year. New de
signs, most attractive colorings; all
25c Neckwear, Clearance Pice 19
50c Neckwear, Clearance Price 39?
75c Neckwear, Clearance Price 59
$1.00 Neckwear, Clearance Price 79
$1.50 Neckwear, Clearance Price $1.19
&2.00 Neckwear, Clearance Price $1.49
We have hundreds of
men's Drawers and Under
shirts, "two piece under
wear." They were bought
before the rise and priced
accordingly. At regular prices
they are the best values you'll
find; at the sate prices they
are simply phenominal values.
J 1.00 Shirts and Drawers.
Clearance Price ' 75c
J 1.2 5 Shirts and Drawers.
Clearance Price i8c
$1.50 Shirts and Drawers.
Clearance Price $t.SO
J2.00 Shirts and Drawers.
Clearance Price $1.59
$2.50 Shirts and Drawers.
Clearance Price $1.75
HEN'S HATS Tfli A
STORY OF REAL VALUE
Real value is the key note
of this whole sale, but in no
department does it show up
plainer than in the hat de
partment Our stock is large
and new and exceptionally
complete. New style have
arrived within the last two
weeks. If we can fit you we
can save you money.
13.00 Hats, Clearance Sale
$3.50 Hats, Clearance Sale
14.00 Hats, Clearance Sale
14.50 Hats, Clearance Sale
15.00 Hats. Clearance Sale
Price $3 M
Boys' Clothing ol Unasual
Quality at Unusual Prices
Our Boys' Dept. is full of
good things for you. Suits
that are made to withstand
the wear and hard knocks of
real boys. Reinforced lin
ings, tapea seams, patent
15.00 Suits, Clearance. $1.18
$6.00 Suits, Clearance. $4.80
$7.50 Suits, Clearance. $5.98
$8.50 Suits, Clearance. $6.89
$10.00- Suits, Clearance $7.98
$11.00 Suits, Clearance $8.0
Our boys' Overcoats have
not escaped the price cutter,
and here's where you'll ack
nowledge some choice bar
gains; ages 3 to 18 years.
$3.50 Boys' Overcoats, Clear
ance Sale Price $2.89
$5.00 Boys' Overcoats, Clear
ance Sale Price $3.79
$(.50 Boys' Overcoats, Clear
ance Sale Price $5.69
$7.60 Boys' Overcoats, Clear
ance Sale Price $6.59
That Spell Economy for You.
We are showing the most up-
to-date stock of men's suits we
have ever had at this time of
year. We have no old ones.
Every thing is new, many are
advance shipments of spring
j j i.
suits. Seems a shame to cut tne
prices, but here goes.
si s on Suits. January Clearance Sale Price $12.49
$17.50 Suits, January Clearance aie rnce
$20.00 Suits, January Clearance Sale Price $16.40
$22.50 Suits, January Clearance oaie rnce ?io.
$25.00 Suits, January Clearance Sale Price $21.25
$"7 50 Suits, January Clearance Sale Price $22.58
$30 00 Suits, January Clearance Sale Price $24.67
$35.00 Suits, January Clearance oaie rnce
HERE'S A CHANCE FOR YOU TO SAVE
$3.50 Wool Shirts, Clear
ance Sale Price.. $2.98
$4.00 Wool Shirts, Clear-
We anticipated the rise
in prices by buying an en
ormous stock of shirts be
fore the rise took place.
Consequently we are in a
position to offer you val
ues that other stores can't
meet. In some cases the
prices we here quote are
actually less than the pres
ent wholesale cost.
$1.00 Negligee Shirts, Sale
These shirts are good
full cut and well made ;
flat lay down collars and
plain cuffs ; light and dark
shades; values you'll not
see again in 1917. Your
choice only 89
50c Work Shirt 43c
This is a rare bargain
much better than you
probably realize. These
shirts are now actually
worth 65c each. Our
Clearance Sale Price 43
Men's Wool Shirts
Now's your time to buy
good warm shirts. If you
don't need them now, buy
them for next winter
You'll save money by so doing
$2.00 Wool Shirts, Clear
ance Sale Price.. $1.69
$2.50 Wool Chirts, Clear
ance Sale Price.. $2.13
$3.00 Wool Shirts, Clear
ance Sale Price.. $2.59
PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
ance Sale Price.. $3.35
Manhattan Shirts are
not included in this sale.
$1.50 Golf Shirts $1.19
We have a most attrac
tive stock of golf shirts,
new patterns, perfectly
made, fine fitters, extra
qualities, fast colors. Jan
uary Clearance Sale $1.19
Men's Negligee Shirts
Our stock of military
and flat collar negligee
shirts at $1.50 to $3.50
is the best you'll find any
where. Silks, pongees, mad
rasses, soisettes, etc., in a
wide range of colors and
$1.50 Shirts, Clearance
Sale Price $1.19
$2.00 Shirts, Clearance
Sale Price $1.59
$2.50 Shirts, Clearance
Sale Price.: $1.98
$3.00 Shirts, Clearance
Sale Price $2.39
$3.50 Shirts, Clearance
Sale Price $2.89
These and hundreds of
other values equally good
go to make this the great
est shirt sale Pendleton
has ever known.
Schools of Oilier Town til OniiiU
Make. Caustic Comment on Excum'
Given by Lcul letwuiiig Team for
Dropping Out of League.
Pendleton is drawing some sharp
criticisms' from the schools of other
towns in the county for withdrawing
from the debating league after th
schedule had been made out snl
when the various teams were ready ti
begin the elimination contests. Tho
excuw given, lack of material, does
not seem to satisfy the other schools,
which point out that Pendleton Is the
largest school In the county and cer
tainly would not have any more dif
ficulties than the smaller schools.
The following comment is made by
the Athena Press of yesterday:
"With Pendleton's withdrawal, only
Athena Hnd Milton are left In this end
of the county and they will have but
one debate. The winner will the.i
meet the winning team of the other
end of the county. Pendleton's ex
cuse for dropping out is thai the
members of the debate teams would
graduate at this semester and also
that they could not get suitable mate
rial to work on the question. ConsliK
eruble comment Is being made-y oth
er schools concerning their belated de.
clslon, as they had identically the
same material as the rest of the
Q Advertising in Brief
per line flrat luxertlon lue
IVr Hue, additional lunation.... Be
I'er Hue, per mouth 1 1 0l
No lurala taken for less tban 2&C
Count 8 ordinary wonl to Hoe.
Locals will not be takes over tb
telephone except from Kast Oregoa
lan paid-up subscribers.
ADAMS REBEKAH LODGE
INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS
Mr. mid Mr. Taylor VWt In City
Wwliuwday; Guy Mayberry Goea to 'tloik
Phone J49 R.
Lost Fountain pen.
Finder please phone 61.
Modern furnished 7-room house for
rent. North Side. Phone J48M.
For rent Furnished room with
heat In private family. 117 Orange at.
I haul your garbage and trash.
Phone 653M. 1403 W. Railroad at.
Lost In city, Railroad Pass No.
115. Finder please return to this of
fice. Board and room with bath In pri
vate family. Inquire 727 Garden-
Call Penland Bros, van to move your
household goods. Telephone 339. Also
baggage transferring and heavy haul
ing. Pendleton Hair Dressing Parlors,
Pendleton Hotel building. Phone 4 5.
D. B. Waffle auto for hire. Phone
284M. Stand, Charles Co.,1 Phone 7.
Housekeeper wanted Inquire of
Mrs. Peters at Arlington Rooms.
For rent Furnished rooms for
gentlemen, a T. this offsse.
The old Bee Hive Store, 113 Vain
street, for rent. Inquire at New Bee
Hive Store at Bond Bros' old loca-
Portland for Health.
(Kast Oregonlan Special.)
ADAMS. Jan. 6. The Adams Re-
bekah Lodge No. 142 meet Thursday
evening, Dec. 4, and Installed their
new officers for the coming term.
Noble grand, Mrs. Shants; vice grand,
Mrs. Harrah; warden, Mrs. W. Bunch;
conductor, Miss Frances Simmons;
secretary, Mrs. Henry Bunch; treas
urer, Jack Mayberry; right supporter
of N. G., Miss Nellie Darr; left sup
porter of N. G., Mrs. Spencer; right
supporter of V. G., Mrs. T. A. Lleual-
len; left supporter of V. G. Mrs. J. C.
Chesnut; outside guardian, Mr. Henry
Bunch; inside guardian, Mr. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were In Ad
Guy Mayberry left Thusday for
Portland in hopes of Improving his
Mr. and Mrs. Black and little son
left Tuesday for Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallen an!
children left for their home 1n Idaho
Wednesday after spending a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Taylor and son
Burl motored to Athena Thursday.
The I. a O. F. lodge will hold their
annual supper Saturday evening.
Otis Lieuallen student at Whitman,
returned to his school Wednesday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs R. C. Des
Voigne, a 12 pound boy Tuesday.
Wanted Man and wife for work
on ranch. Must be competent help
and no children, phone 16R11, Echo,
Prompt automobile taxi service,
day and night Funerals to cemetery
only 18.60. Phone 880. Hotel St.
George. Carney Taxi Co.
Mattress making, furniture repair
ing, upholstering, called for and dellv
ered. city or country. La Dow Bros.,
219 Beauregard. Phone 227J.
For sale Five room Bouse, east
Court street Desirable location, cloae
to school. A genuine bargain. For
particular address R. C J017. Mau-
Rooming house for sale. Main
street. In center of business district.
Doing good business. Inquire of Pan
Wanted Good girl for general
housework. Phone S52J or call 721
Furnished housekeeping room.
One large bedroom for rent. 60? Wa
Some means of spreading the
Christmas spirit over the whole yeat
would be one of mankind's happiest
at the Golden Rule Cafe. All white
help. Regular meals 25 cents Adv
Public Dance Tonight, Moose Hall.
The public Is cordially Invited to
attend the regular Saturday night
dance tonight In Moose hall. Music
by Sawyer's orchestra. Admission, to
Farm Outfit for Sedo.
A complete farming outfit in first
class condition, including horse, farm
machinery, etc. Also lease on USt
acres of land; 600 acres ready to sow.
Must make change on account of poor
health. Telephone 209J. Adv.
For Adam. Athena and Weston
eaves Hennlng's Cigar Store at 10 a
n. and 1:10 p. m. each day. Adv.
Officers-elect of Daphne Circle No.
2 and guards are requested to be at
Moose hall promptly at 1 p. m. Sun
day, January 7, to practice for In
stallation. Installing Officer. Adv.
Notice of Payment of City of Pendle.
ton Improvement Bonds,
Notice Is hereby given that City of
Pendleton Improvement Bond No. L
Series J. and No. 1, Series Q, will be
paid upon presentation thereof to the
undersigned at the American Natton
al Bank, Pendleton, Umatilla County,
Oregon. Interest on said bonds ceases
February 1, 1917.
Dated Jan. 6, 1917.
Treasurer, City of Pendleton.
By Wm Mlckelsen, Deputy.
Notice of House Strayed.
Strayed from Miles Kemler place
on McKay creek, one dark chestnut
sorrel horse, age about 8 years, three
white feet, branded X under mane on
neck. Will pay reasonable reward
for return or Information leading to
recovery of above described animal.
L. T. Coffman, Pendleton, Oregon.
Horses IxMt or Strayed.
Lost or strayed, one bay mare, age
about 10 years, branded F. H. on righ'
shoulder and J. W. on left hip; one
brown gelding, five years old, weight
about 1200 pounds, branded F. H. on
right shoulder. Will pay reasonable
reward for return or information lead
ing to recovery of above described an
imals. R. B. McEwen, Athena( Ore
APPUCATIONS FOR GRAZING
Notice Is hereby given that all ap
plications for permits to graze cattle,
horses and sheep within the UMA
TILLA NATIONAL FOREST during
the season 1917, must be filed in my
office at Pendleton, Oregon, on or be
fore January 81, 1917. Full Informa
tion In regard to the grazing fees to
be charged and blank forms to be
used in making applications will be
furnished upon request.
W. W. CRTDER, Supervisor.
upon A SCREEN
Frol. Miller of Cleveland Exhibit on
Invention of Ills Called a Phono
detk. NBW TORK, Jan. S Prof. Day
ton a MUtor. of the Case School of
Applied Science. Cleveland, showed
twins of the delegates to the A. A. A.
rmvo-tion their voices jeierujr
n the gymnasium of Columbia
w. aia it bv means of a "Phono-
a me nanism of hui invention
proitxU "photographs' of the
human voice on a screen. The ' pho
toi rajihr are like phonograph records
mumd wavw rrom innn iu
1011 a sensitive a spnram muivia
transmit along a beam of light the
"Olivers" of the dlaphram.
When Prof. Miller cried "War!"
Into a reversed megaphone attached
to the Phonodeik,' what he described
as a "nightmare of convolutions" ap
peared on the screen. When he cried
"Peace" there was a regular, deli
cately outlined glow. There was
snme difference In the pitch at which
the two words were spoken but the
disparity between the images was
more striking than was to be ac
counted for on this score alone.
A record of Caruso's voice pro
duced a regular image when he sang
In ha natural register. When he
cllml'ed up the scale the lien of light
danced madly up and down, till th)
image a a splotch. . A record of
Tetrazzina's voice did not splotch un
til she reached high B, and even then
the image was regular.
Prof. Miller believes that the
"Phonodeik" may have a valuable
use In determining the quality of
voices before their cultivation is attempted.
BTFFALO BILIj IS BETTER.
DENVI5R, Jan. 6. Buffalo Bill Is
improved In health and in a few days
will tackle the biggest ahow deal ever
attempted for early spring.
CIVIL WAR LEADER PIES.
BERLIN, Jan. 6. Peter Osterham,
the lart serving major general of the
United States) forces in the civil war,
died at Duisburg. He is the father of
Rear Admiral Osterhaus of the United
DANCED TO WIRELESS
MUSIC SENT 31 MILES
(;aly Hoiihc Party In Morri-down Had
Fox Trots Played at Illghbrldge
NEW TORK, Jan. . Dancing to
nniHle transmitted by wireless was a
novelty offered last night to guests at
a house party In the home, In Mor
rlrtown, N. J., of Theodore Gaty, vice
president of the fidelity and Casualty
company. The music was played In
the laboratory of the De Forrest Radio
Company at Hlghbrldge, this city, and
was received at the Gaty home on an
Instrument so delicate that It has
Ticked up radio signals sent from the
(ierrnan government station at Berlin.
The fox trots and waltzes played
31 miles from the Gaty hotne were
made sufficiently loud by an amplify
ing device designed by. P. F. Goodley,
an electrical engineer of Montclalr.
The plan was suggested after music
sent from the De Forrest laboratories
had been heard by accident. Music
has also come over the Gaty aerial
from New Rochelle.
The receiver caught the sounds so
flstinctly that It recorded remarks of
the sender and the grinding of the
spring as the phonograph was wound.
Mr. Gaty and his two sons, one of
whom is a student at Cornell Uni
versity, have made a hobby of wire
less and have a very elaborate plant.
ZIEGLER AND BRIDE TO GET $3,485,0f6
' A " .
h " JR. -
William Zlegler, Jr., adopted son of
the late William Zlegler, baking
powder millionaire, will receive H.
4H5.016 In the near future, to add to
the Inherited millions he already has.
Toung Zlegler la one of the several
youthful mllllonarles of New York
City, who married soon arter com
ing into vast fortunes, among thexo
being Vincent Ator.
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