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ETGIIT PAGES PAGE TWO DAILY EAST OREGON1AN. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1917. THE one, feig, predominating purpose of this store is to give you superior quality, better style and more courteous treatment in your buying than you have ever before known. . Our stocks are selected with VALUE rather than price as the keynote. Our SERVICE to you does not end with the sale, your satisfaction must be complete before the transaction is closed. We'll be (lad to have you come in whether you buy or not. ..mt... J Only Two More Days Re main of Our Home Furnishing Sale ' Under the present conditions, -with prices climbing higher and higher and the supply growing smaller and smaller and at the same time the demand growing stronger it most certainly behooves you to lay in a sup ply of the goods offered in this special sale, which in cludes Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads, Towels, Toweling, Table Damask, Napkins and Rugs. ' Now is your chance to buy and ve don't let it pass unheeded. i If The Bargain Basement Can We Help You to Save on Your Shoe Bills? Can We Sell You a Dressy Shoe at a Low Price? Can We Sell You a Serviceable Shoe at a Bargain? Can We Sell You a Large Size, a Small Size, a Wide width? Your Answers Are in the Bargain Basement. Our Newest Arrival White Reinskin Tops. In women's dress kid shoes. The very newest lasts and the dressiest shoe we ever had in this- department. High Louis heel with aluminum plate, long vamp but on serviceable widths. A beautiful $8 shoes for $4.98 That Popular Shoe English Walking Shoes .A moderate sensible variety of this class of easy com fortable and most suitable shoes. All made of the best materials and not made for cheap stores. English All Black Gun Metal $3.69 English Tan, Rinex Soles, Rubber Heel $3.98 English Last, Rubber Heel and the very best Neolin Sole, Mouse Gray Uppers ..: $4.69 The Classy Shoe Fawn High Tops Here ia sure the classy shoe for women. The pretty soft black kid with the new long vamp, the new toe and high heel, and with th,e classiest Fawn Light Tan High Tops, lace, in all sizes. Another $7 or $8 shoe for - ?4.98 When the Sun Shines White Shoes for Everybody. And such an array of this kind of footwear will be shown only in the Bargain Basement. Hundreds of pairs at Bargain prices. Part of these are already here. White Shoes for the man, the woman, the girl, the boy, the baby, at 2 years ago prices. If it's in the Bargain Basement it's Sure a Bargain. Select Your Little Girls' Summer Dresses Now Of course she may not need them while the wea- . ther stays cool, but far sighted mothers are pick ing up the prettiest ones now so if you wait until they are really needed, your choice will necessar ily be limited. The styles are very at tractive. For the tiny tots cute full flaring smocked dresses, whili ' high waisted Dutch effects are especially pleasing on girls from 6 to 14 years. All the colors (guaran teed fast) from white and delicate pink to dark blue are shown in solid or plaid and striped effects. The materials are sheer lawns, ginghams, chambray, percale, repp, galatea and the new Palmer cloth. The prices are so reasonable that you'll wonder how you ever bothered with home sewing. They range from 59 to $2.95. PURE FOOD SHOP CDLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE 3 Main Line Phones, All 15. Sardines Underwood's domestic sardines, in oil or to mato sauce, can 10 Imported Norway Sardines, in oil, cans 15 to 25? Crab Meat, packed on the Oregon coast, can 25? Hawaiian Pineapple, small cans,,2 for 25 ; medium cans, 6 for Sl.OO ; large cans 25 and 30f Jellies, Jams and Preserves Big variety of Pure Fruit , Products. Jars 200 and 35 Fruit Jars and Jar Extras Owing to the extrerrfe high prices of all fruits and vegetables, and the very prob able short pack, this coming season, it behooves the housewife to put up a few extra jars this summer. Even jars, like everything else, have advanced, but our jars were bought several months ago, and it will surely pay you to make your purchases now. Our prices are less than the present wholesale cost buy now. Pendletons Greates t Department Store The Peoples Warehouse f t t jg yM li Jt it.fr iL litfK aX-LmM l-ii. '-- " Where It Pays to Trade BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOR STANFIELD CHILD Mrs. W. T. Reeves Entertains in Honor of Her Son Harold. Bast OreKonian Special.) HTAX FIELD. .May t. MUw Eva Penniclt of Portland the guest of ht-r sinter. Mrs. W. T. Reeve" this week. Tar the pleaxure of her in, Har olyd. Mr. W. T. Reeve entertaine-l a number of children Saturday after noon at her beautiful country home, h belna the fifth birthday of Harold. The following were present: Miles Kverette. Florence H-verance. Gwen dolyn Wiurt. lxnald Perrin ani Harold Reeves. After plasina frames, refreshments were served. The most attractive feature was the birthdav cake with five candles. The mother aivompanied the children. Jar. W. T. Heees and son MamM left Thursday for a two w.rtr sta In I'ortUnd. P. l. H.rkln sold an band of 4i. one year old she. p to . T. M:Ken dree ..f K. lid. ore. Miw Mxud Wakefield of reswell. Oregon, is the attest of Ml Jeie ISrlertev. Mr and Mrs The.Ml.re Win Arit reiter of Halt Ijik. are vitlnr at the home of Mr. and Mrs H. I!. Kee. Mr. and Mrs. W foiinor. Mr and Mrs I. H. fy. motored to pen aleton Saturday. IS. , IHtnntn left Tuesrta ni"rn Inc for Kusene to attend the Brand l.,Ue of I o. u P". He will aleo visit his dauahters at forvallls. who are stfendlltc the l. 'A. C. ytrn l-oren Keniiis-m is attending 1 he IteUecca aisembly at Kusene thi a k R. N". ftanfield was In town this week . Miss va lilark of Pendleton has aecelvted a Million ss spnorra pher In the otth-e..f It N Stsnfield . P. Kanford of llosel.l.rs- ts here for a few dsvs on business I. p Khancte wss a aeek-end vis liar In l"endlton. John E. Peters of The. Dalles, was in town Tuesday. W. L- Newlon of Lelinaton. was here on Sunday. Dr. Alexander Reid spent several days in Portland this irfek. Mr. and Mrs. t'hester Barney are belnir felicitated on the arrival of a ten-pound boy at their home. UMATILLA INDIAN IS IN BAD AT PORTLAND IORTl-AND. May 24. Only a few day ago Frank J- Madison, ft quarter blood I'matflla Indian, and Bill Nor- ria, a "par' of Madison, came to Portland to see what they could do in.apit anhattnv in the t'nited States army. They visited the recruiting ta- tlon, and Norria weni no lar as m i.rita-iru I a a mi nation ai to hix fitne. There their patriotism ceased. Xorri souicht employment, as naiihr hH tniirh munpV He secured employment, but M.adison did not want to wort, one any wnen aji i i was at work Madison stole a suitcase from his room and pawned it. u- h A n ho fflcfrf Judafe St e ven son yesterday Madinon told all the cir ?timtanc. He will spend the next 3V davi in jail. Mrs. W. H. Switxler returned from Port land Tuesday. , Mrs. Anna O'Connell will leave for Portland Wednesday where he will make her home with her son. T. M. Williamson of Fpokane Is a guest of the Hotel Duncan. RUSH ORGANIZATION OF ENGINEER REGIMENT INTERESTING NEWS OF THE UMATILLA PEOPLE iKaxt oresonian Special. KMATMJJs. May 24 O . Brow ne 1 1 was a Pendleton visitor Tuesday. ireai Sora Peterm of the Willows Is visiting with her ister Mrs. Clin ton Harvey. r Mrs Krsnk Payne ient Tuesday in Hermiston. Mrs w. B. Spinning resigned from the Hty council Monday evening snd Mrs. Hlen T. Dowtn was elected to erve in her place. The city council appointed a com mittee to make some necesry re- pair on the rad in the city limits j Mr nnd Mrs. W. B Spinning and ( Mr. and Mrs. Anhur spinning mo- j tored to Pendleton tSun-lay. i I - v I , " H I' " U - I - " -! , ' fill H h .f : i a 1 f m 'it'fV' I k- - J " . - ' I II iin ' . 3 mm FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED .MANY KHIKXns PAY HXAL Till KITE TO TUB l.ATK I'MA PIXB PIONEKIt. Other Newn and PerHonal Notes of Muth IntorpHt to ITmnplne and the NelKhborlnK Vk-iiilty. Mr. Farmer Mr. Businessman (East Oresronfon Special.) ' t'MAPIXE, Ore., May 24. Neigh bors and friends of the late K. H. Wellman. paid him their last tribute of respect on Saturday, when one of the largest funerals ever seen here took place from his late home north of I'maplne. Belatives,- neighbors, friends and lodges attended and list ened wit profound sorrow to the ser vice cor -ucted by Rev. HIakeney of WhitmS' College. Floral offerlna wre vc "y beautiful and a procession cf fifty nutomublles followed the hearse to tlu irrave in the cemetery at Walla Walla. Mr. Wellman - was stricken with r.aralysis three weeks rko. He was born in Miisouri in 1S61 crossing the plains with his parents when two years of awe, locating- In Walla Walla. In' 1881 he encaged in sheep raising? at AiiKiJsta. Montana. In 1885 he married Miss Jennie Woodi and of this union eisht children were born, five of whom survive him. He moved to Alberta. Canada, In 1896 where hiB first wife dlud. In 1901 h i married Mrs. Nettle Rickerstand, re turned to the Walla Walla,Valloy buyN Ire his larae ranch at this place and residing here at the time of his death. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church, and a member of the I. O. O. P., Woodmen of the World and Grange orders. Ho Is survived hy his widow, and the following children: C. V. Well man of Chewelah, Wash.: J. A. Well man of MaKrath, Canada; Harry Well man of I'maplne. Ore.; Mrs. H. T. Clodius. Jr.. and Koline Wellman of Mayvirw. Wa.. and Marjorle and Wayne Wellman. children of the sec- end marriase. and a step daughter, Mrs. Jack Clarke of Walla Walla. Mrs. Wm. Kelly of Walla Walla and Mrs. I. C. Holbrook of Freewater. sis ters of the deceased, and A. C. Well man of Freewater, C. V. Wellman of Mountain View. Alberta. Canada, and M. A. Wellman and Percy VI1 man of Monona, brothers, also sur vive him. The pall bearers at the funeral were Phil Murphy, M. O. Heauchump. I-ane Hoon. Jim Kirk. C. K- Simonds anil William Hecords. The local Orange, Pntlrons of Hun- landrv No. 3S1 submit the following resolutions upon the d:ith of their beloved brother, H. H. Wellman: ltesolver. Whereas, the" Divine Mas ter ill His infinite wisdom, has seen tit to remove from our midst our be loved Brother R. H. Wellman, there fore, be it resolved that we extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family In this their hour of trial. Be it further resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent the be reaved family; a copy be " sent the Orange Bulletin and Freewater Times and that our. Charter be draped in mourning for thirty days. Mesdames J. K. WKS, D. J. KIRK. R. E. Bean. ' Committee. Jeanette Noyes and Kthel Hodges were delegates from the I'mapine Presbyterian Sunday school to the Sunday school convention held in Pen dleton. Saturday and Sunday of this past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly have pur chased a new Dodge car. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Orlmes were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. linc Hoon last Sunday. The Club of D. W. W.'s, an organi zation of the girls of Mrs. Will Morre's class ut Sunday school met last week with Mr. Orlando Hodgen and initi ated two members, while they are meeting this week with Mrs. Jloorc' . O. W. Carpenter has gone to North Carolina where he will make a six weeks stay with relatives. Miss inex Wagner, teacher of the seventh and eighth grades of the Vln cent school left Sunday for her sum mer vacation with her people in Ne braska. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lmey and Mr. and Mrs. Koy Frailer of Pedigo were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Records and Mr. and Mrs. Koy Ward left by auto this week for a trip by auto to Spo kane. They will be gone a week. Fay Blvens of the Pleasant View neighborhood la visiting with Mrs. Jessie Martin this week. The Pleasant View school closed on Friday after a very successful term. Mr. Kyle McDanlela, principal, will be a rancher during the summer va cation. tJuy Young of the Klllson-White Chautauqua system la visiting hi family for a few days. Mrs. Cora Warner of White Bluffs. Wash.. Is the guest of her sister Mrs. Kd Hoon for a week. ' I.ane Hoon. Cliff and Dan Kinney and a Mr. White, son-in-law of Mr. Kinney, left Tuesday morning on a week's hunting trip In the mountains. One of the best investments you can make for conveniece, service and saving, is to buy a p f ad Goodyear Tire Service J Station. 5 r oianifji. -' I Simpson miio 10. ; Water and Johnson Sts. Telephone JOS 4 FORD ROUSTABOUT wssrV 1. 4, Goodrich Tire Service K Station $399.85 f. o. b. Pendleton. "At your service always." next week for the murder of his futh- er-in-luw. John Peck of Grand Kap- ids. Mish., has been declared fane by a commission of alienists appointed bv Oovernor Whitman, it was an nounced today. The alienists found that Dr. Walte was sane both at the time the crime was committed in March, 11, and on May U. 1917. when the examination was made. The return of this report mean" that the denth sentence must be car. ried out unless legal steps Intervene, or Gov. Whitman exercises executive clemency. Besides confessing that he poison ed his fnther-ln-law.. Walte also ad mitted he had poisoned his mother-in-law. Mrs. Peck, and contemplated killing his wife, In order that ha might 'obtain her share of the Peck estate. 19. T. B1ACK lianihrelaln'a Tablet Have Iwiw Wonder for Me." "I have been a sufferer fron stom ach trouble for a number of ear. and although I have used great number of remedies recommended for this complaint, chamberlain's TaJ lets Is the first medicine that has giv en me positive and lasting relief." writes Mrs, Anna Kadln. Spencerport. N. T. "Chamberlain Tablets have done wonders for me and I value them very highly." obtainable ev erywhere. Adv. R. D. Black, who is In Chicago torriment to be -rushed lo France assist his father. eneral W. M. Mr. Black Is expected td ak that th' lack, chief of engineers, in making c.'ty of Chicago designate as the lnc the Chicago drive for the Third Re- of training its Justly famous muni- serve Knglneers. which Is to be uarl cisl pier, which Is admirably adapt , ol the division of nine engineering ed t the purpose. j mi s'UTtl VtM NH TO BF MW; 1U, UK MX H I TI T) SHORTLY remmleVis nt AllenlMa lUfiort In a of 'Sew Yorfc FVtilUl Who INHwOTCri Ife's parenla. ALBANY. N. Y ... May tt Dr Ar thur Warren Walte, the young New Y'irk Vmilsi, under sentence to di'a f ""' Pin' 'W j jUMWIlUKM'!! p ' i' f ... ,.. , Mr- 'It i .. m i -j i i . i Pendleton Jtaeker a Cupula Co. "A run for your money" "We have used up two hours time and a good dispo sition selling a man his first Dia mond tire. He didn't know the tire very well and wasn't quite sure of us. But there is no money in that kind of business unless they come back for more. 's the point We can sell almost any make of tire once. "But what's the use ? We want to be your regular tire dealers now and for a long tune come. "We have the tires, we have the prices, we have the inclina tion, too." Every Diamond Tire matt deliver tuU value to service, it ever a Diamond Tire fails, a cheerful, willing adjnstment will be promptly made. Ifew'There w nit n 1 1 i w 1.1 ril 1 t( 1 W arr TsbT' aWBeH Bwwtoi m Pendleton Rubber & Supply Co. ' 305 E. Court St Pendletofi, Ore, llllllllllltllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Neglect Leads to Pain I Why stay away from the dentist till you can utand the pain no lonjrer? Neglect ia the most expensive con- I eiderinjr both pain and money. We can fix your teeth E with the best gruaranteed work posnible, and do it with- I out pain. Give ua the chance to show you our high class S I painless dentistry at prices all can afford. , Newton Painless Dentists E Cor Main and Webb Sta Entrance on Webb St. z Phone 12. 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