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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY. MARCH 12, 1917.
EIGHT PAGES PAGE TWO 77ie Vogue as Accepted in Women's Spring Suits Accurate expressions of the most advanced fashion ideas and ideals are as plenteous in this early showing of tailored suits as the most particular woman would want to have them. Models that will be acknowledged favorites for spring, reign supreme. Their "personality" ia undisputed. While the models are exceptionally smart, the price range is unusually pleasing. Nothing extra has been' added for the "extra style." No detail of quality or workmanship has been slighted in the making. They art priced from f 17.50 to $50.00 Jnr FOR WAISTS A lot of New Sport Chiffons, Geor gette and Crepe Chiffon especially for waists. These are shown in all the latest colors and exclusive patterns and de signs; 40 inches wide. The yard $1.50 to $0.00. OUR WASH GOODS DEPT. Is filled to overflowing with the most desirable fabrics of the season, such as voile, organdie, batiste, lawns, etc. A showing of colorings and patterns that are different. Make this department a visit. Priced the yard lOf to 75? SILK JERSEY This is proving to be a very popular dress silk fabric, it is used very much for coats and slip-overs as well, shown in shades of rose, burgundy, gold, robin egg, emerald, etc. ; 36 inches wide. The yard - $2.50 NEW FILET LACES An assortment of patterns that have never been shown before here. Comes in all widths with insertions to match. The yard 10 to 40 THE BARGAIN BASEMpNT Specials that will run all this week in the .most economical shopping place in all Eastern Oregon. . . 1 DAINTY MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Made in the very newest styles and all substantially and prettily trimmed. Envelope Combinations ; 69 Corset Covers S9f SOL SATIN SKIRTS Another week of this great bargain. Skirts of that material guaranteed by the maker to give & years wear. Ever lustrous, prettily designed with fancy Birdie, patch pockets, or sherred tops. $5.00 and $5.50 values. Bargain Base mant snarl 1 S3.98 We are crowding this busy department FULL OF BARGAINS. . Piling up oKioa ot.cbincr tr. counters full and oacking the shelves. Hundreds of r, ... j jj l i 1 , .1 ill r .1, worth of sensible merchandise is oiiereu yuu mwu iu nu icso. man uouic m ... . . . , .i n " . 1 c . rj ? war r rices. Remember ii n s in w" mmm. . " - - MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS One big lot of men's $1.00 and $1.25 shirts, soft cuffs or stiff cuffs; all new, bright patterns; $2.75 shirts in the lot Bargain Basement special 89, MEN'S DRESS SHOES This week's special on two lots of men's gun metal shoes. Comes on good lasts, sensible toe, wide. heel. Makes a mighty good street shoe. Lac! This Week's Special $2.67 Button This Week's Special.. $2.87 the dollars 66 Pure Food Shop" Basement 3 Main Line Phones, ell 15. Cleanliness Economy Service SALAD RECEIPTS- Fleischmann Cook Books, and "How we serve Hawaiian Sliced Pmeapple" Books given freeask for them. Baby Beets, in glass jars 35 T. P. W. Special Blend, the best 35 Coffee on earth. . 50c Baking Chocolate, special, lb. 35 Hot Cake Turner Free with 2 packages Teco Pancake Flour, 2 for. 25 Cooking Apples, box 60 to $1.00 Fancy Spitienberg Apples, box.... $1.30 Yellow Newton, Arkansas Blacks and . Winesaps, the fancy grades, box $1.75. Creamed Chicken ready to serve on toast or patty shells, cans 25, SO Kippered Salmon fresh by express, the pound - 25 Smoked Chinook Salmon, pound.... 25 Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple, special, 6 cans 5 PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE The Peoples Warehouse -WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE. eocaoc D 30I ioac GENERAL STORE FOR SALE -1 UATLOCX-LA&TZ IJlYESTCEtlT CO. Owur wuu to rlr. and will sell good paying buMn chMp U eated ia rood atc-!k retain, section, eiose to Pendleton. Who thins torn: Mor. building. I room dwelling. lot Mock run sbout 4e. r .11 t4.M. Cash or bankable notes. Moat be soM one. e D LOA2S o n OESOi 9wnuiiiiiiiififiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniutnitnnnHiiiiiiiifiiuiivHiw I ..oodles, chop suey, c::i:ia dishes j II Fast Cowrt 8. REAL ESTATE n II IXSrRANCB " lQE3fl 5 DKJTY rilHMKHV CONSPIRACY. I GOEY'S 5 KWONG HONG LOW US Wort Asks Sc.. Bii. Paesse 43 - UMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIINIHHIMIIIIIIUHIIIIIUIIMIinMIIIIMilllRlJ Spokane Men and Others Plead Not Wuilty o (.Surge. BOISE. Idaho March 10. Plea of not guilty to a charge or conspiracy in notation of the Sherman anti-trout act. in the, creamery business, were entered today la the United State conrt by A. P. Henningsen, Portland, W. F. Henningsen. Buttle; Carl Serial, linger, Portland; R. A. Goodhue. Spo kane; Henningsen Produce company. Butte; Hchalllnger Produce company. Pprtland; Haslewood company. Port land; Commercial Cretrmery company, Spokane, and the Haxelwood com pany, limited. Spokane. All of the 11 corporation and ( Individuate indicted have now pleaI. ed except p. B. Corlesa of Seattle, who ha been granted until Monday on 'se eounu of, delay in hi notice, and the Klock Produce company, Seattle. How to stop dandruff and loss of hair with Resinol Here is a simple, inexpensive treatment that will penemlly stop dandruff and scalp itching, and keep the hair thick, live -and lustrous: At night, ftpread tin: hair apart and rub a llttls Realuol Oiolrmiil into lite ecal. ntfntly, with th tip of th finger. Repeat this until th whole scalp haw been treated. Next morning, shampun thoroufflily with Ret-inol Soap and hot water. Work tivc creamy Reninol lather well into the scalp. Rinse with gradually cooler water, the last water heinRtmrf. A'-l druksUtt feci I Resinul Scapand OmtinmU CZAK FKKDIXAND OF BI'Ij- 3AK1A lKIt)ltTM SKK1- OUSIjY IIJj. X TC""'1 """1 I I I s i A ) i - I t i CZAR IXKDINAHU. ... Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria, who. according to dispatche received at Rome, Is seriously ill at an Auntrian health resort. Sign of Good Digestion. When you aee a cheerful and happy old lady yoji may know that she ha Rood digestion, if your digestion I Impaired or if you do not rellUi your meal take a doea of Chamberlain' Tablet. They strengthen the. stom ach. Improve the digestion and cans a gentle movement of the bowsln. ob tainable everywhere. Adv. SS2 V pi BtrrrirR and softer UGHT I tararei ky the aee ef eei of these beaatifal fbrturea oara. They give a light Illuminates the rooea perfectly. bet that doea mot tare the eye. Tbey are ert srve eoaMderlng their extra ef ficleney and extra beauty. Why not at leeat aee them T J. L. VAUGHAN Varch ftm in lilt with mint sane. a little lamh FOOD-LADEN VESSELS CROWD BRITISH DOCKS England' Answer to Diver Blockade U Immema Ware houses Holding Tremen dous Supplies "of Meats and Grain. LONDON, March 10. In answer to Oormanya contention that her nub- murine are 9tarvlns Great Britain, the government took a party of neu tral correspondents on a three-days' tour of the greater merchant nhlpping centeri of the kingdom Uverpool, innchester and London. Th correspondents were permitted to see miles nf docks filled with Hhlppinv unloatlintr from all quarters of the world, or loading; for outward voyaares. Immense warehouses in Liverpool, Manchester n?id London were . In snected In detail, showlmr unbellev able stores of meat, frraln and cotton. The Manchester Bhlp Canal corpor atfhn entertained the Ruests, potntinsT with pride to the fact that Increasing tonnage made it possible a fortnight ago to pay a first dividend on the common stock for the corporation.. At Manchester alone correspondents were shown lflft.OO tons of wheat in ele VU tors, in ships or at the docks. One warehouse at the Victoria A Al bert docks at Iondon contained 17.000 tons of froxn mutton". The conclusion was forced that If sufficient storage exists In Kngland to keep the country supplied with food the country is safe, beoauso the ele vmtors and warehouses are all full. OREGON MEN ARE MADE MEMBERS OE FARM LOAN BANK TURWER OUVER, LA GRANDE MAX, NAMED REGISTRAR AT SPOKANE. A. W. Otuthorn of Portland to Be Di rector, D. g. O'Shea of Montann, Ciosn president. U.Aa- nouncement was made Saturday by the federal farm 16an board of the WASHINGTON, March following; appointments of officer and director for the Federal TJind bank of Spokane, Wash.: President and director, D. o. O'. Shea, Red Lodge, Mont. Vice president and director, C. H. B. Roberta. Rupert. Idaho. Secretary end director, George C. Jewett, Palouae, Wash. Treasurer and director, George V. Dreher, Spokane, Wash. Director. A. W. Cauthorn, Portlaad, Ore. Registrar and attorney, Turner Ol iver, Lm. Grande, Ore. Treasury department statement re garding appointees says In part: O' Shra. by sheer ability,, haa built up a large banking Institution at Red Ldg has devoted efforts to building the great northwest, and ha gained ex. tensive knowledge of problems of ag riculture. He ia owner of farms, in terested In merchandising, a largo stock raiser and member of the Hon. tana senate. Roberts Is Cattle Grower. Roberts Is treasurer of Idaho State Grange and has intimate knowledge of problems and needs. He Is presi dent of the Jersey Cattle Growers as sociation, has Intimate knowledge of 'business, having served aa bank di rector; is a practical farmer and deep student of agriculture. Jewett has had IS years' eicperience In banking and farm .loan business and ia Intimately acquainted with fi. nancial needsj of farmers In the 8po -kane district. Dreher has had 15 years experience In the banking business at Spokane, is thoroughly familiar with land val ues and is an expert accountant. Oauthorn is peculiarly fitted to serve the Spokane bank by reason of practical experience as banker and editor of a farm paper. He ia man ager of the Semi-Weekly Journal, and In this capacity has attained Intimate knowledge of farm conditions In the northwest; has also had experience aa a practical farmer and haa constantly labored for the elevation of agricul tural standards. Oliver Is Attorney. Oliver is one of the leading attor neys of the northwest and has for years been a close student of rural credit. HnivKToiirr at ciirtisTiAMA KH'lMIKiKM. March 10. Tbw rrrd-rt-k Klchtli rarrylnc ttmMnrtt rrwhed lirlxtlanla at U-n tlilrty tuts RMS-nine, She dra-ked In the midst of a ibaVnt snow fUtnn. ait ef Bva Mas other Mend' They say they would -as ce threora the period ef expectancy witasot nV. rary aid that aaey be riven tha experts at mother shook be rasv dererf k Tar LaSaJ will 4.Ow A womaa desrre to ncaaia aauuiy . get -slotbsn I II si f and to retaia ker gooo 0Ks altss- i tbe drag rist. rrving btrt to hex chad. Women I Writ, for free heak. Herery saV yew Herel was go uiroaga ns nenoa ex ezpwa- i trress BradneM gi1enw cms pas, anry with the least (train asd DapC A,4?t Atssota. Gm, wafferfair are those who prepare mm fir m sr Mothers te grre the asother-to-o SPRAINS AND STRAINS REFJRVKl Sloan's Liniment quickly taJcea tb pain out of strain, spraina, srnlses and all muscle soreneea. A eleao, clear liquid easily applied, It qulekly penetratea without rubbing. Sloan' Uniment does not stain the skin or clog the pores like mussy plasters or ointments. For ehronio rhenmatia aches and pains, neuralgia, gotrt and luiribage have this well-known rem edy handy. For the pains of grlPP and following strenuous work. It give quirk relief. At all druggists, 6e Adv. IXll:l KHKt II SsSISTKIt HIIliKIX SAIIMKI, March . Mrs. Hartley, a sister nf Ird Frrnch, niiiunandfr of tlie UrltlMh Inmie drfenws. died at Momutir. She was fatal I v wounded when a shell -lilt an ambulance. Rank Foolishness. You occasionally see It stated that colds do not result from cold weath er. That I rank follshne. were It true eoMs would be aa prevalent hi midsummer as In mid-winter. The an I crobe that causes colds flourishes In damp, cold weather To get rid of a cold take Chamberlain' Cough Rem. eriy. It is effectual and ia highly rec ommended by people who bare used It for many years as occasion requir ed, and know It rent value. Obtain able everywhere. Adv. ForSa!e-$15,000.00 Established,- profitable coal business including bunkers, trucks, teams, buildings, etc. Will stand rigid investigation. Write, M. M. GETCHELL, 1709 19th Ave., Seattle. LOCAL TRAPSHOOTERS WE SCORE OF 112 Weather conditions Are blight Ham per: Interest. In Telegraphic Tour- nament Growing Keener T'.very Sunday. hough weather condition were not of the 'best, the Pendleton trap shooters were able to iak a score of 111 In the shoot yesterday against tht crack Spokan team. Bach Monday aee Interest grow more keen In the tournament and the number of entries grow larger. -Yesterday four full aquads hot In the match while a number of other wer eut to shoot for practice. J. McNorlen of Umatilla, who hit made the team each Bunday, and Fred H. Mors, sin from Pilot Rock, led the gunmen yesterday, each tirenk. log 21 out of tl. Gu Peret, marfrs man for the Peters cartridge Co., al so broke tl but his wore could not be counted. There were five who made the score of Jl, three of whom filled nut the five man team. They were Dr. P. t Ingram. Horace Still man, sr., Bobby Sanders, J. M. Him. ley and A. M. Kennlson. Brooke Dickson. Finis Klrkpatrlck snd T. J. HUstnn each broks 21. Al Despaln and W. C. MeKlnnev broke tit. 3. 3. Hamley 1, H. Rosenberg IT. Clark Nelson 15. Cai Biigg 1J. and Horace Rtlllman. Jr., 1. - Pendleton will be pitted against Potlntoh next Sunday. SKNSATIONAI, STATKMKNT MAIE 8KATTL.lv. March 10. The nilllnrs ley cross examination Is most sensa tional. He declared Attorney George Vandeveer. a close friend of Mayor Gill, made ell arrangements for hav ing the elty compromise liquor case agninat lillllnmey. He asserted Van deveer told him not to offer Gill un der seventy five hundred dollars. He swore that the Rillinssley brothers held three conferences with Sergeant Putnam of the dhy squad. In the of fices of Adjutant General Maurice Thompson of the state militia. ITOn TO A GOLFING FA!f- - CTtF. When You Clean Your House Don't Forget Tlie Eastern Hide & JunR Co. liil W, Railroad St., Pendletow. Km Phono 7J9-J. Bus. Phone Ml M. GORFKLtR, Prop. Mr. Farmer W pey f 7 a ton for mixed iron. All kind of bottles, old cast and wrought Iron, hides, pelt and fur of all kinds, also rags. We pay the hlg'nest price for second hand furniture. i Copper wire, light copper 10 Light Copper ' Yellow Brass IS" Ldght Bras ..: 1 Aluminum sso Pewter ' Tin Foil WWo Zlno Lead W0 Green Hide ;.Hrio Dry Hide :..lo Rubber Tires W Inner Tubes K8 UY "CASGAREIS" FOX lM -AND MM IF SICK OR BUM TON'lfiUT! cUCAJf TOUR BOW. Ds AN1 STOP HEAOACHM, tXUH, HOCK STOMACH. Get a 10-cent box now. Turn the rascals out the head ache, blliousnea. Indigestion, the t. our stomach and bad colds turn them out tonight and keep them sue wMh CascareU. Million of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and know the misery caused by Uver. elogged bowels, or an asset stomach. " .'isl Don't put In another day of distress. Let Cascareta cleans your stomach: remove the sour, fermenting food; tako the excess' bile from your liver and carry outv ail the constipated waxte matter and poison In the vow els. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight straighten you out by morning. They work white you sleep. A 1 cent bos from any drug store means a clear bead, sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for month. Children love Casraret becau they never gripe or alcken. a" 13 A SOMMERS FAILS TO MEET BURNS direct end hnmediato heln eeda. The ssascle expand easier. Jho breasU are kept la good Three Hundred Fight Fan TMsp. pohMeri by Ftsano; Rrroas Msde After Preliminaries. ECHO. March It. Three hundred fight fsns had their admission money returned Haiurday night whan Al Kommers refused to fill his engage ment to box II rounds with Farmer Burns. The refusal was made after the preliminaries, when Burns wss in hi corner. Sommers did not enter the ing. Bobby rTvans. Sommers manager, announced at the ringside that he could not afford to let his man take chance of defeat, ss thst would noil his value as a drawing card slse. where. Burns goes to Bend this week to meet rilllv George In a ten round bout Man-h Ifth. He offers to meet f"om- mers, or any other Portlsnd man who will come to tyhn. on snv t-rmi -sired proviled thst thev will nns? forfe t so there will be no renetl- n i.f SMtirdstv's fTn. Se'ert TTiur garden fools early svond the later stamp fl. V A! Willie Hoppe, the billiard genius, has gone In for golf, but aa .Hoppe admits, he Isn't making any very great success of It. Hoppe haa found golf very different from billiards, al though he claims that hs believes his ability at billiards finally .will help him at golf as soon as he masters the rudiments of It. Hoppe says he haa GRANDMOTHER KNEW There Waa Nothirig So Good toe Congestion end Cold as Mustard ' But uie oid-fashinncd mustard-plaster burned and blistered while it acted. You can now get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without tlie plat ter and without the Mister. Mustrrole doe it. It S clean. white ointment, made with oil of muttard. It h scientifically prepared, so that ft work wonders, and yet does not blister the tenderest skin. Just masaage Mustrrole in with the finirer tip grntly. See how quickly it, brings relief how speedily the pain disappears. Use Mostcrole for sore throat, bron chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck. asthma, neuralgia, headarhe, conges tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pain and ache of back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil blains, frotrd eet. colds of the chest (it often or nnetisnia). used plenty of "English" on his duke, but beyond shocking some fair golfer once of twice, the results were scares ly of value. , BAD BREATH x Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do ilie work. People afflicted with bad breath And quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Clive Tablets. The plrasant, sugar coated tablets are taken for bad breath by all who know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen tly but firmly on tlie bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which) dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. AH the benefits of nasty, sickeninir, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without grip ing, pain or any disagreeable effedst Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint with the attendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablet are pure ly vegetable compound' mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Take one or two every night for a week and note ih: effect 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. The Best Place'in Town to Get CANDY Is at the store "what haa" syth "WHITMAN'S- sign. Nobody In A merles make randy Ilk "WHITMAN'S." Other have tried, are attll trying, but they cant do It. "WHITMAN'S" staada for the A bos of "WHTTMA.X'8" CAMILKM are revelation te people who don't know their goodneea. Tollman & Co. Let.dt.it Drut guts