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I'ACE TWO DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX. TEXDLETON'. OREGON. MONDAY. JANUARY S. 1917. T 1-. i-T i-I 1-t 1---.-T 1T1-T rTTTnTTTtTTTT FT 1 T1"TT" T'T 7"T 1 ft J1TfITTTrn1 T T CCTTJ 'A 1 i lie (Elcalrtp Sulfooggcr n p I J) (MIU LI Li w-w V. HONDA Y, .IWl AltY 8. 1017. THIS SALE IS PROVING ITSELF TO BE THE GREATEST SALE WE'VE HELD. FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND TODAY WERE ALL HUMMERS, WHICH PROVES WHAT WE TOLD YOU IN THE BEGINNING THAT IS, THAT IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME JUST AS EARLY AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN. EVERY DEPARTMENT IS OFFERING MOST REMARKABLE BARGAINS NOTWITHSTANDING THE HIGH COST OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE. Our January Clearance Sale of Ready-to-wear Garments offers unparalleled bargainsright now when your present supply of winter garments beeins to look the worse for wear, we offer unu new utt-ta-date stvles in desirable merchandise at i prices FAR LESS THAN THEIR REAL VALVE , ' Buy Your Separate SKIRT at THESE BARGAINS FROM OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT are worth while opportunities for saving. Many women will sup ply their needs for some time to come from the bargains we list below. WONDERFUL VALUES AT $2.98 The original prices were from $3.98 to $5.00. These waists are made in tailored effects desir able for serviceable wear. The materials are wool challie, tub silk, crepe de chine, Georgette crepe, pongee and messaline in white, flesh pink, navy blue, pur ple, black and assorted colored stripes. There were waists in this lot that sold originajly up to $5.00 which we now offer for $2.98 even though they are all this sea son s newest styles. SILK WAISTS IN DARK COLORS Radically Reduced; values up to $6.95 now $3.98 This lot include & limited as sortment of well made waists of messaline in black and navy blue, also a plaid taffeta, waists in varied patterns. The styles are mostly on tailored lines, many having collars that are adjustable so they can be w'orn high as well as low. EVERY HIGH GRADE WAIST REDUCED 25 Georgettes, Crepe de Chines, Laces. If you are in need of a dressy waist, you can buy a very pretty one here during this sale at a sav ing worth while. Beautiful Geor gette crepe waists in white or flesh color, handsomely trimmed with silk embroidering, beads or flat venice lace. Costume waists of silk lace, these are all perfect beau ties and entirely suited for the most dressy wear, the colors are cream, brown, ecru and purple. Crepe de Chine Waists in white, flesh pink and maize, in both plain tailored or fancy effects that fea ture the large collars, inserted me dallions of lace or silk embroider ing embellished, in some cases with fancy beads. All new up-to-date styles that have sold from $5.75 to $12.50, for January Clearance Sale reduced one-fourth off original prices. 1 fU REMARKABLE CLEARANCE SALE OF CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES, REDUCED AND V3 FROM ORIGINAL PRICES. These dresses are a masterstroke in bargain giving. New styles, good qualis in most wanted materials at prices that afford the ut most economy. The Silk Dresses are of taffeta, charmeuse, crepe meteor, velvet and combinations of these materials with Georgette crepe .used in some dresses in the bodice only and in others in fhe waist and sleeves. The styles in some 'cases are suitable for street wear, while others are more suited for formal afternoon wear. All desirable colors with prettiest of trimmings combine to make these garments the most attractive prices originally from $17.50 to bargains we have ever offered, es- $45.00 have been reduced froir pecially when you consider that $9.98 to $30.00. READY-TO-WEAR ITEMS NOT PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED These Will Add Interest to Our Already Attractive List of ' Bargains. HOUSE DRESSES 98c Values that mean economy for the housewife. These are made in neat plain styles, of clean looking patterns in ginghams and percales in all the favorite colors. BEACON BLANKET BATH ROBES AT A SAVING OF V, OFF REGULAR PRICES Ranging From $3.95 to $12.50. These are all new clean stock in desirable patterns in both light or dark shades. Some are bound with silk and are decidedly dainty, while others are intended for hard, servi ceable wear and the comfort of the housewife. There are sizes for children and misses' too. BROKEN LOTS IN CORSETS AT HALF PRICE Gossard, Royal Worcester, Bon-Ton These are not soiled, old style cor sets but every one this season's mod els in . perfect condition, broken lines that are bound to accumulate after a season of busy selling. These corsets that sold regularly from $1.50 to $8.50, during our January Clearance Sale exactly one half. Get yours before the size is gone. ALL FUR NECKWEAR REDUCED V OFF The Regular Prices. This sale of stylish fur neck pieces will afford you the opportu nity of securing a piece to match the muff you already have or to se cure the separate scarf you long have coveted , Handsome Red Fox skins are ex tremely fashionable. In addition there are collars of Hudson Seal. Japanese mink, Russian wolf, Sable fox, black and brown Coney, grey Fox and Oppossum. The regular prices range from $5.00 to $45.00 and all are offered at Vi off the regular prices. $4 98 Save from two to four dollars. During our January Clearance Sale we offer all navy blue or black serge skirts at this remarkable sav ing. They are all this season's styles made in plain tailored as well as SDort effects, featurinir Dockets. belts, etc. The regular prices were Jn from $6.75 to $8.95. January Clearance Price $4.98 FANCY SKIRTS OF PLAIDS AND BROADCLOTHS REDUCED TO $7.95 Original Prices to $12.50. These skirts are of strictly high grade plaids of wool velour and broadcloth of finest quality in blatk, brown or navy blue. The plaid skirts are in newst sport effects. The broadcloths are distinctly dressy and worn with a pretty waist make a most pleasing costume. Fancy Silk and Satin Skirts at re duced prices. OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT GOWNS SPECIALLY PRICED 79c AND 98c Good weight, practical winter ?owns of good quality, opening down the front with long sleeves and high neck and cut full length and width. 2.99 A Real Sweater Bargain Worth up to $7.50. Right now is when you need a warm cosy sweater, so we therefore offer you these bar gains, made doubly valuable when the advancing price of wool is considered. WHITE SWEATERS GREY SWEATERS Made of heavy all wool yarns in the plain practical style that are always good. Having roll collars that may be fastened high or worn low. BLUE FLANNEL MIDDIES REDUCED TO $3.79 Values to $5.00. These practical garments are made of firm, good quality flannel. They button down the front and have a belt. The collar and cuffs being trimmed with braid in regulation middy style. These garments are extremely practical, being suitable for house, sports or picnic wear. The PENDLETON'S GREAfEST DEPARTMENT STORiE Wareh ouse WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE The Passing or uppwiuultj'. ' One uf the well knuwn and good looking lady clerks at a local depart ment store suffered a nervous break down right after Christina It was given out It resulted from over work during the holiday rush but ont of her friends told us confidentially It was caused by the realisation that another leap year had passed without bugging a man. Reciprocity. We are informed by Walter MoOor. much that Henry Ford who makes automobile and money at Detroit. has bought a Franklin Sedan for his personal use. According to the Uotd en Rule It looks like it's up to Waller to breeze about In a Tin Uuie. AnWrb to uuericA. Agnes We are not right sure, be cause we were not present at the dam e at German' Hall but we are sure the man you have in mind is Jue Hose. He Is the only inmon in Pendleton who fits your description, 'cunning nttle Cupid." Frank N. We have made an ear nest endeavor to unravel the mystery hanging about the disappearing ol John "Scotty" Park, Some say he has enlisted with the allies and gone to France in search of death, others say he has gone to Arlington search of a wile. In either case we say "Poor Devil." Pioneer No, you did not dream It. It Is un actual fact that the P. T. & T. Co. is going to rebuild its lines here. We trust the assurance will bring comfort to your last moments. Kvcry Hull lias Its Hawl. Bill Thompson drew a neat little envelope in the mail the other day. He opened It and saw It was an tnvl. tation. It began like this: "You are Invited to attend THE INAUGURAL BALL," and Bill began figuring at once on the cost of a trip to Washing, ington. As he read on, however, a look of disappointment and disgust spreud over his face. It ended ltk this, "for Mayor F.'C. Harley of Astoria." So-ond dilldlUHMl. Queer things happen every day. For Instance, George Roberts, well known pioneer, is cutting a new tooth. A Close Sliave. John Baker, the tall undertaker, has mowed off his moustauhe and w wouldn't be surprised any time to hear that the Grassville police Jorce has arrested him for Slim Jim. Our Parting Shot. The Bulldogger announces with some unction that, with the co-operation of John Montgomery and Bill Morrison, it has succeeded in sending Judge Marsh to California for the rest cure. Incidentally the community will lake a rest also while he's away. If it were any place else else but Cal ifornia where he had gone, we d say, "We hupe you choke." People may strangle in California but Ihey don'l choke. 1 Owed to a Tightwad. There Is a man In our tuwiC And he is wondrous tight. He goes to bed at sundown To save the price of light. I It costs so much for wood and coal To get the water hot, He never takes a bath at all, But scratches quite a lot. Hpb wears the same cloths always, He starves his kids and wife, He wouldn't take a paper,' To save his stingy life. But. no, we musn't pay that. For, since prices are so high For coffin, grave and sexton. He can't afford to die. N B Please don't ask whom we have in mind. We positively refuse to tell. Editor. WOW I Right. It in a comforting thought that ev en shsuld Vernon Castle stop a bullt while flying In France that the art of the modern dance will not be lost as long as Jim Estes and Frank Origirs still live. We make this remark after watching them execute the intricacies of the foxtrot at the W. O. W. dajico on New Year's night. Death to Dlhors Means a linag for Illm. Without fully realising what we were doing, we wished Ralph Folsom a happy and prosperous new year. Ralph Is an exclusive undertaker. Charity Begins at Home. Jim Johns Junior says he wishes there were such a thing as insurance against charity. He says every tlmn he gets a pair of shoes broken In so that he can utm them comfortably his wile gives them away. nequleNcat In Pace. Before County Clerk Bob Brown took office the first of the year he was employed by the Hartman Ab stract Co. and thus became a dally caller at the office of Recorder Ben Burroughs. On the last day of De cember the recorder entered in his records the following: Title, County Recorder to Hot) Brown; Instrument, epitaph; date, Dec. a0, 191; recorded. Book of 1917 of Almanac, Page 1; Wltnesss, Frank Baling, George Brad ley; description, HIO JAOET. This is the end of poor old Boh, He's quit to take another Job, There's sorrow In this vale of tears, He's gone to cut off coyote ears. KEEP IMSYSG It's Easy if You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets The secret of kecpinfr youmr ii to feel young to do tins you must watch your liver and howels there's no need of having a sallow complexion dark rings under your eyes pimples bil ious look in your face-dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from inactive bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a Well-known niiysician in Ohio, perfected a vendible coin pound mixed with oliye oil to act on 'he liver and bowets, which he gave to lis patients for years. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, are Rcntle In their action, yet always effective. They bring about that exuberance of spirit, that natural buoyancy which should be en joyed by everyone, by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets by their olive color. 10c and 25c per box. AH druggists. with 12 records , 'rx'.'ii'; Yt, yon may kfp thli new Rdliinn with ttie diamond slyhn and your rholre of 12 recorda, for :ill"(l. You may pay a llltla down and s little each month or week. Try the New Killaoo In your home bfire yon decide to buy It. Kntrrtaln jour friends with your favorite rworda. WMTB TODAY FOR OPR NEW EDI HON HOOK. No ohlltatlona. WARREN'S MUSIC HOUSE l'E.NDLETON. ORKUON. AKIiOVl MOltE IN CHAOS. 1'HOENIX. Jan. ".The Arizona supreme court deferred i's decision In the Campbell mandamus proceed ing to oust (imern.T Hunt until next week. As a result conditions are more chaotic than usual, with the leg islature scheduled to meet today. Express companies arid parcel post employes testify that around Christ mas there Is buslnes enough for all. Foley's Honey and Tar is be.-t for c-oujfhs, colds, croup, and contains no nar cotics. A standard family medicine of many years standing. Tallman &. Co. Kl WETXKIj KLFIKHS UAIH.Y ;ASHF. CIIJX AM ISIC8 HKVKKAfj TEETH. Mik'll Work Xciwtrj to Keep TraeU Clear of Heavy Known During Ph-I '! Other New anil Social Note's of Interest o the conmliiiiUv. ( Kat Oregoiiian Special ) M EACH AM, Jan. . Ed. Wetzel, roarimaster of the O.-W. It. X., mt with a painful and rather serious ac cident on Friday while out on the snow plow near Kainela. Part of thu plow fell against him, splitting open a bad gash In his chin and breaking off several teeth. He was taken into La Grande for treatment. The rotary and snow plow hav been busy again all week, dlHplo"lng of the snow that had been accumulating so fast. It is cleared from the tracks and right of way In good shape at present Alex Thompson of this place, has a large extra gang at work during the pat week, clearing snow off tho. tracks here. Mrs. Thompson movej in the cars with him but it i thought they will be given a section soon. Nearly every day there has been 'i.ris deiuble snow but on Hunday the sun shone bright and warm as on a spring day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Collins returned to their home in La Grande on last Sun day after visiting with Mrs. Collins parents, Mr. and Mrs J, Barker. Mrs, J. Baker returned home from Pendleton on Sunday. She went for treatment, being quite 111, but Is still no better. John Casey went to La Grande on Wednesday to attend to the dance and band concert of the O. A. C. boys, of which he was recently a student. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hawes and Mis' Mangers returned home from Port land on Wednesday after spending several weeks there John Marker made a buslnes.-; trip to PendlPton on Thursday. George HilyUrd made a business trip to Telocaset on Friday to be gon'i several days. iMin't think because you have .ta ken many remedies In vain that your oa.se is incurable. Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured many seemingly hopeley.i cases of scrofula, catarrh, rheuma tism, kidney complaint, dyspepsia and general debility. Take Hood's. Adv. i uksah; named head OF tiik't.mui f COMMISSION WASHINGTON, jn. 8.prof. Frank Taussiilg of the chair of po litical economy at Harvard will be chairman of the tariff commbslnn. llOHIi: WIM, ENTEIt LAW I'IH1. SKATTLK. Jan. ft. lloble, the fam ous fool ball coach will enter a law partnership 'llh Sheriff Undue, and former Superior Judwe Pell. The Habit of Taking Cold. With many people taking cold la a habit but fortunately one that is eas ily broken. Take a cold sponge bath every morning when you first get out of bed not Ice cold, but a tempera ture of about 90 degrees F. Also sleep with your window up. Do thl. and you will seldom take cold. When you do take cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and get rid of It as quickly as possible. Obtainable every where. Adv. COST OF LIVING HITS HOARS. MILWAtrKKR, Jan. 6 In reply to a letter from a local newspaper a-"k Ing for an opinion as to how the rail roads would fare next year, Frederick D. Underwood, President of the Erie railroad, writes: "There Is a chance for lesseinod gross earnings. Until another har. vejn the movement of crops must he less than normal. This In trn will reflect on lumber traffic. The net earnings will bo less, for the reason that the cost of living to the railroads ha depreciated with no correspond ing Increase In their revenues." EMUL f REYES J TARE SUBSTITUTES SON Hong ECongGafo 4JTD NOODLE PARLOR! Noodles AND Chop Suey Outside Tray Orders Specialty. Boxes (or ladles and gentlemen. OPIN DAT AND ALL NIOHT Ileal Tickets, 21 Meals for Il.tMJ Special Chicken Dinner Sundays. 548 Main Street Nut to 1. O. Blag. Fhoos 101 Con Dung Low CHOP SUEY NOODLES HOT TAMLES CHILLI CON CARRE SPANISH STYLE LUNCHES COFFEE everything clean and up-to-date. FIRST CLASS BERVIC1 TEA 5c Package Under State Hotel Cor. Webb and Cottonwood S'. Phone (17. Pendleton, Or.