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r AGS TEN DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1917. TEN PAGE3 MHtiiuiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiNiiimmtHini "TO'rnksT 0REG6NI AN? PEKDLETON; OREGON. SATURD A VT M AttClT 1 (C 1917: Beif Racks are stylish and right for Spring They're becoming to young men, the picture shows that. There's life, vigor and spirit in the suits we're showing for Spring. Take your choice; single or double breasted models, belt-all-arounds, half-belts, quarter-belts, pinch backs or yokes. Every well dressed young man and every man who likes young style will have at least ONE of these belt-back suits in his wardrobe. All-wool fabrics, silk sewed seams, high quality; strong values at the prices we ask $17.50 to fSO.OO. WOMEN'S PURSES AND HAND BAGS We are. showing something in Ladies' Hand Bags and Purses that is entirely new. Comes in leather and fancy ribbon, etc. Each 75s to ?5.00 SCHOOL HANDKERCHIEFS You are always in ' need of Handkerchiefs when you are in school. We are showing a splen ' did lot of these now, soft finish, ready for use, in plain white and colored borders... 2 for 5 to 25s each. CORDED SILKS These are shown in a wide range of the latest coloring and are used especially for trim mings, such as collar and cuff sets, pockets, etc. Yard.. $1.50 SHANTUNG SILKS A new lot just eame in this morning. These are very popu lar filks as they look like the "Khaki Kool." , Shown in plain shades and striped effects. The yard f 2.00 to $2.50 low tl IS 83'' fpi topvri' ht Hart Sctuiu.( uMmsit More New Coats Arrived Today This morning's express brought "us another ship ment of coats that were recently bought in New York by our buyer of women's wear. They -typify all that is newest in styles, colors and materials at prices extremely moderate. Wool velour, Bolivia, poplin, gabardine and Poiret twill in all the bright solid colors as well as checks and the more conservative navy and black at prices ranging from $6.75 to $50.00. Spring Shoes Whose style meets the latest vogue for cleverness and novelty are ready for women who value the import ance of harmony in dress; from top to toe they are smart new ideas and chic ideals. Costume boots, walking boots and pumps for semi dress, all models of high character and with distinc tion in their lines. Shoes that will stand the test of quality by the matchless test of time, $5.00, $7.00, $8.50 to $10.00. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE KnTtvivi'BtMmAtirwmizsn WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE. 1 . CLASSIFIED DOCTORS. DR. S A. ROB. PRACTICB LIMIT. Itad to tlu eye, ear. bos and throat Charity patients 1st and rd Saturday mornings, tl Judd Building. MONTANA FARM LANDS. NORTHERN' PACIFIC RAITWA1 Lands In eastern Montana at ll.il to f II per acre. Suitable for (anoint or graslng. Easy terms. For Infor mation write or see W. . Holt, Mils City. Montana. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. T. BROWN'S FURNITURE 8TORI Funeral director and licensed em balm nr. Most modern funeral par lor. morgue and funeral cars. CeilJ responded to day or night. Cornel Mala and Water streets. Telephon I. JOHN a BAKER. FUNERAL Dl rector and licensed embelmer. Cu poalte postoffice. Funeral parlor two funeral ears. Calls responded tt day or night. Phone 71. How that once broad Atlantic ocean has shrunk! 29 Years Ago Today (Prom the , Dolly KiiBt Oregonlan. March 10. 18K8.) The Umatilla Real Estate A Loan Association today sold nine lots in block 80 to Put Kin for 11000. ana nine lots near the reservoir to C. B. Wade for 1540. Uncle Tom Nye and Arthur Dillon of the Meadows are in town. Doubtless Mr. John Onsen's new hotel will be heated with steam throughout; Mr. tiatcea Is wise anO enterprising at all times. Col. W. H. Parsons, of Washington. D. C special Indian agent, arnvea in Pendleton last evening and will re main until tomorrow. son. vrf'nmu who started in pur suit of his daughter and young Prine last Monday has returnea oy mo with Mrs. Prlne and the young hus band will return soon with the horses. . . i,...t nttixen of Weston who was In town yesterday said there la very little division of sentiment ie in that vicinity. ti, , . taken ill last ra?rui evening with brain fever Is much Im proved today. . ninv went to Center- Yllle yesterday morning to attend the bedside of her mptner. Jr. .u-.. who is very ill. DO YOU KNOW- fk.. .... iihnrv controversy has been crowded to the Dack of the stage by the row In council clrcleaT . v fthnrnn secretary of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows. 1a a for- r ll.r,r,l mnt f VeaTS BgO inn rw"'"""'"-" - - was manager of the Umatilla Collec tion AgencyT That Cottonwood street took It name from a grove of cottonwood trees that used to stand east of Main street? ph.t Trhn u christened In 1871 by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Koonta In hon or of their daughter. Echo Koonta That all contributions to the "Do Tou Know" columns are gratefully received? . That Dr. Vincent Is a graduate eof O. A. C-T PERSONAL NOTES FROM THE GIBBON COUNTRY (East Oregonian Special.) GIBBON, March 1. Albert Ba ker went to La Grande Tuesday on business. He will return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson have returned from Pendleton where they went to attend the funeral of their little niece. Audray Lota Maharrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ma- haffey of Hermlston. They were ac companied home by Mrs. Mahaffey. who will visit here a week or IS days. Mrs. Dave Bonifer went down to Pendleton today to have some dental work done. Mrs. Add Origg was down to OiB bon toay from Duncan. James and Bert Adams of La Grande are spending a few days here at the home of their brother, John Adams. Mrs. W. H. Bayer Is spending the week in Pendleton with her daugh ters, i Dolfay Thompson has gone to Wes ton mountain for a couple of weeks' visit Joe French went down to Pendle ton Tuesday Bill Duffey and wife who have bee,n spending several weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bontfer have returned to their home on Reed and Hawley mountain. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baker expect to leave about the 20th of this month .. aUH...:...',.w...........H.m,m,,,,....M E3 II E-.5 c - E i I z II !l TODAY TODAY SPECIAL PICTURE Louiso Huff d Jack Pickford I! treat 1 i 2 Z IN Expectations" An Adaption of the Celebrated Novel SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE ACT 1 FREDERICK THE GREAT & COMPANY, THE WORLD'S GREATEST MAGICIAN A CT 2 THE CHARACTER COMEDIAN fc 3 3 if 3 I '3 Note the Great Improvements on the New 1917 Yalve-in-Head Motor ft i;1 Cantlher Sprlnsa SOoo Miles to 6e of Tires SS Mile o Gallon at One ' THE NEW MODELS HAVE Heavier Front Axle Larger Hand Control Lever Cantilever Front Spring Improved and Perfected Rear Axle. Larger Radiator ' Heavier Frame Larger Front Wheels and Tires Better and Deeper Up holstering Sight Oil Feed on Dash Four Doors on Touring Car All the above features have been added ;to CHEVROLET known power and performing qualities We are the authorized CHEVROLET agents for Umatilla County, carry a full line of parts and main tain an efficient service department. Telephone or see us for demonstration before you buy a car. Simpson Auto Co. 709 Thompson Street. . Telephone 408 A jlllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIi The Milk I Substitute I CALF MEAL I Raises your calves without milk, s I Golesworthy's I SELL IT, ALSO Poultry Supplies, all kinds Rolled Barley I Oats and Hay 1 I CHOP MILL ! I Alta and Cottonwood Phone 134 rTlllllHIIIIIIHIIIUIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIHinilHIe; Q o GEIIERAL STORE FOR -SALE Owner wants to retire and will sell good paying business cheap. Lo cated in rood stock ralilnK section, close to Pendleton. Whole thlnf goes; store building. room dwelling, 6 lots, stock runs about 14000. Price for ail 1000.00. Cash or bankable notes. Must be sold at onee. MATLOCX-LAATZ MVESTUENT CO. o o D o IXSTJRAJfCK 3Qf lOt 111 EaM foart He REAL ESTATE n LOANS o n lOESOi for their new horns near Fomeror. Wash. fir. Baker has been forest ranger here for the past four years. They will be greatly missed by the neighborhood, who all reget to see them go. Fred Pittman has returned from a few days' visit with his family In Weston. Walter Swart) was over from La Orande visiting his uncle's folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Adams. ' REALTY TRANSFERS wamaty Herman Peters, et us. I Kate O'Harrate, f 1200, If 1-1 lot 4, Blk , Reservation Addition to Pendletoa. T. B. Swearlngen. et ax. et si. .to Geo B. Carnes, IllOt, W 41 feet, lot 1 and t fset lot I, Mock t. Pilot Rook. JTKW HFTRVICOB CJiOTH M BKTNO TJSED BY ARMT IMu-lm- in, color Than Old Olive Drab rtme Kmd I'sed m Europe. SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM By THE ALTA ORCHESTRA Chas. O. Breach Director EL PASO, Tel., March 10 United Blatee army officers attached Jo Brig, adler oeiieral George Bell's staff have received fatigue uniforms made of the new service cloth sdopted by the quarterrnater department. The uni forms came from the Philadelphia supply depot and have attracted much attention among the army officers in thla dlntrict. The new service cir'th is darVer In color than the old iwue of olive drab. It has s greenish tlnire to it and Is mustier and has more nap. ' The cloth la said to be similar to that now used In England for the British ar mies and marine eorna. All officers on the border will be supplied with the new eloth unlfereas as aoon as they can be made. Suffered With Burning Pimples For Two Years. On Arms xai Limbs. Became One Large Erup tion. Itched AH the Time. Healed brCuticura. Costing' $135. "I suffered Ibr almost two yean with pimples on my arms and limbs. They were small snd red to start with but by rniaung mem iney pecame larger and finally became one large eruption, or a number of eruptions which had a yellowish look. I work around intense heat so that they burned and itched all the tune and I scratched. I was ashamed to wash when the other men would as my arms looked so bad. "Tlicn weiiie Cuticura Soap and Oint- -ment ailventM-d I wrote lor a free sam ple. I bnuelit more, arid I was healed." (Signed) James H. McManaway, 1131 St. Louit Ave., East St. Louis, III., Atnr. 12, I'llo. Cuticura oan to cleanse, purify and beautify, Cuticum t)i;mrnt to soften, soothe and Ileal, are Kical foreverv-dav toilt pnT.s-. For Free Sair.ple Each by Return Mail, addrrss p.t-(ani: "Citlieura, lent. R, rl-stfin." S..M rvrrvoliere. IW.W.UHtithtflll.lMMtWWlhrtltlllllltWM''