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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX. PENDLETON. OREGON'. FRIDAY, JULY 13. 1917.
EIGHT PAGE3 PAGE TWO Sane and Wise Economy WHAT IF THESE ARE WAR TIMES. YOU CANT GET AWAY FROM THE FACT THAT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY MUST BE SUPPLIED WITH NEEDS OF DAILY LIFE SOMEHOW. AT THIS STORE YOU WILL SAVE MONEY, GET SERVICE AND THE BEST MERCHANDISE FOR THE PRICE, NO MATTER WHAT THE PRICE. . Lingerie Dresses ONE HALF PRICE Lingerie dresses made of voile and net. trimmed with dainty lace and embroid ery, finished with" ribbon girdles in white, pink and light blue. You will need one of these dainty dresses to finish out the summer. Do not miss this chance. Values from $12.50 to $30. SATURDAY ONLY AT PRICE. LADIES' SILK GLOVES Wear silk gloves. Wear our silk gloves, for 3 reasons: lit. Dependable Quality. 2nd, Newest Styles. 3rd, Double Finger Tips. These Gloves are of the genuine Kavser and Niagara Maid make. PRICED THE PAIR 50c to $1.50. MEN'S SOFT COLLARS Shown in the most pop ular styles and they are made to fit. The coolest collar to be worn in sum mer time; all sizes. EACH 25c. ill "ecKwear! MEN'S TIES Something new and different in neckties, new colors, new styles, bright en up with a new tie. EACH 50c to $2.50. For WOOL SKIRTING a smisn sKirr you win jf&d fl'irood judgment in selecting a skirt length from this assortment. Light and dark patterns in plaids and stripes, 42 to 54 inches wide. THE YARD $1.50 to $3.00. RAG RUGS For summer time RAG RUGS make the home LOOK COOLER. Can be used camping and on the ranch as well. Come in blue, pink and mixed. V'ZZS good range of sizes. EACH 75c to $3.50. SPORT SHIRTS For solid comfort these warm days wear one of our sport shirts. Low col lar and short sleeves ; neat patterns in colors. EACH 75c to $3.50. AUTO CAPS These are indespensible when on a trip. They fit snug, look neat and make motoring a pleasure. We are showing several styles in lots of colors. EACH 50c to $2. STRAW HATS Showing the latest styles in straw hats. Make it a little more pleasant for yourself by wearing one of our cool straws. Panamas $3.50 to $7.50 Straw Hats 15c to $3.50 THE BARGAIN BASEMENT THERE ARE 6201 REASONS WHY you should do your Saturday's Shoping, and in fact, your every day's shopping in this best of all trading centers. THE ONE. BIG REASON IS THIS: "You owe it to yourself and to your family to 'SAVE' in the right way." THE OTHER 6200 REASONS ARE "the sixty two hundred" bargains that have been sent to this bustling busy popular cash saving department. Think of it Six Thousand and Two Hundred separate and distinct - lots of merchandise and more coming into the dept. every day. And every lot is marked regardless of cost and quality. EEVRY ARTICLE MARKED TO SELL QUICK, NOT MARKED TO KEEP. Wnmon'a 1 a Silw Drosses 7.4 I 12'X. Handkerchiefs SO Women's $12.50 Silk Dresses $6.89 Women's $22.50 Suits $8.95 Women's $6.25 Dress Skts. $3.9S Women's $5.00 Dress Skirts $2.98 Women's $3.50 Wash Skirts $1.49 Women's $7.50 Dress Shoes $4.89 Women's $5.00 Shoes S2.S9 Girls' $3.75 Shoes $2.89 Girls' $1.50 Dresses ,. 79? $1.19 YOUR ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR SILK WAIST SALE $1.19 Our $1.50 Silk Waists that we have been trying to clear out at $1.39 have within this week been offered else where at $1.25. This means that unless we further reduce our price it will be impossible to clear them out. Therefore we offer the remaining six dozen silk waists at $1.19. All of the finest .daintiest, cream while silks, with plain, lace trimmed, or fancy striped collars. Come in long sleeves and sizes 36 to 44. IF YOUR DAILY WANTS ARE IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT THEY'RE SURE BARGAINS. Pendleton's Greatest Department Store The Peoples Warehouse Men's $28.50 Suits $13.85 Men's $3.50 Hats $1.98 Men's $4.00 Pants $1.98 Men's $4.25 Shoes $2.89 Boys' $8.25 Suits $4.89 Boyb' $5.00 Suits $2.79 Boys $1.50 Pants SO Boys' 50c Underwear 290 Boys' 50c Shirts 39 Boys' $3.25 Shoes $2.29 12 'A Handkerchiefs 35c Hair Brushes 2o 35c Dressing Combs 23? 75c Scissors 35)c 25c Ribbon 20c Talcom 10 Watch our Underwear Sale. Watch c ur Silk Waist Sale. Watch our Yard Goods Sale. Watch our Slipper Sale. Where It Pays to Trade .You Can Shake Loose from The Tortures of Rheumatism By twin S. S. S. Tbe germs of J heumatism are in the blood, which ts laden with mil lions of the minttte demons of pain, rauting untold (uttering and bringing it victim from trijfor and strength to almost helplessness. 1 o get r?al and genuine relief from this disease, these disrate germs muit be com pletely routed out of the system through the blood. S. S. S. hat been used for fifty jean with satisfactory retulu in the treatment of Rheumatism. It acts directly upon the blood, which it Promptly purities of all disease germ, t it a powerful antidote, and elimi nates from the blood all trace of rheumatic germs, building up and strengthening the run-down system. Write to-day to oar medical di rector, who will give you valuable advice regarding the proper treat ment of your own case. Address Swift Specific Co, Dept. I At lanta, Ga. . Fakr ieokgts. It sometime happens that men who have no connection v.lth the Geologi cal Survey of the Interior Pepurtment pan themselves off mi number of that organisation, either to Invert themselves with unmerited Import une! or to obtain Information or facili ties that might otherwise be denied them. It should be generally known to the public that each member of the Federal Geological Survey carries an identification card signed by the Fecretary of the Interior and the ll rector of the Survey, and he la slwae teady to produce thin card on request, Hhould there be any question of his of ficial standing. Keoently a person giving his name as licorice H. Hinith has been srported from oreKOn as representing- that he is employed hy the United Htates Geological Survey "to look up miner als for It." There Is no such name on the rolls of the Survey, and anyone bearing it who claims to be doing work for the Pnited States Geological .Survey In Oregon shoulf be treated as an iniposter. i In speaking; of the many social at tentions wtiich are being paid the N E. A. delegates in Portland, the ore- gonian as; ' For today one of the Important events will be the reception at the home of 11 rs. o. J. Smith. sc. The Alameda. All members of the Asso ciation of Collegiate Alumnae and all den us of women will be welcomed. The Smith residence ia one of the niost attractive of the Alameda Park district and is reached by way of the BW car on Broadway to The Alame da." Mrs. Smith Is a former I'endleton ian and has only recently returned home from a visit In this cltj-. Mrs. c. K. Straub left thia morn- j ins; on Xo. 19 for Portland to obtain medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. F. s. Ivanhoe ent r t allied last nizht in honor nr u .. ...1 Mrs. It. A. Wells of Kani City. who have been visiting the last month with the J. Van Buren family and the Snodgrass families. The party Was In the form of a far.u..H . u and Mrs. Wells are leaving today for i-omana ana intend to go home by the way of 'alifornia. Other pres ent were: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herry. of Portland: Mrs. Nash of Pmdletoii who is a house guest of Stir. Iv-tn-hoe; Judge Crawford. Mr. wd Mrs. S. Van Iluren. La Grande observer Paramount interest centers t--tay and tomorrow in the activities of the Kdltoria Convention and the uxiui rather dull routine or the hot summer days is being delightfully varied by the scores of visitors in the citv. The Commercial Club has taken charge . f entertaining the guests and of course that means that many prominent matrons are also assisting and the affairs are sure to be successful. H. W. Hicks, traveling passenger agent of the O.-W.. Is in the city. Dan E. Clark livestock agent of the O.-W., is making Pendleton a visit. Carl Peringer arrived home from a short visit in Portland this morn ing. Frank Curtis, local painter, who has been at Kcho recently, has re turned to Pendleton. W. D. Nelson and K. K. Nebion. Haines newspapermen, are registered at the Golden Kule. Philip S. Hates, secretary of the Oregon State editorial association, is a guest at the Pendleton. J. C. Wright and son. I.loyd. for mer residents of Cmntilla county, are over from Llnd. Wash. S. O Morton. St. Hl.;n editor, and Mrs. Morton, are here for the newspapermen's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crawford and J. A. Paulson of Heppner are here for the editors' convention. 1 Addison Bennett, veteran writer for the Oregonlan. is a guest of J. V. Tallman during the editorial conven tion. Misa Alice Butler, county agent in home economics, arrived hotue this morning from Portland where she at tended the N. Hi A. Bruce Dennis, former editor of the La Grande observer, and Mrs Dennis are among those attending the edi torial convention. Charles II. Fisher, publisher of the Salem Capital News and also part owner of the Eugene Guard, is here for the convention. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crary of Echo, came up this morning. Mr. Crary ia publisher of the K:ho News and ia attending the convent! in here. Mrs. William E. Lowell, accompan ied by her little son, Stephen, and her mother, Mrs. J. M. P. Snyder, left today at noon for Long Beach to spend the hot season. -illlllllllllillllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMlll. I For FORD Cars I We recommend the I Doss Gasolino Control S The greatest gasoline wiving device ever invented. Gives you aJ 5 S high as ii mile fx irallon. Prevents carbon and keeps spark S S plugs clean. Gives you more power. Casse)S motor to run more smoothly. Makes motor -pick up- quicker. Permits you to de- z S aornd ateep grades with little aid from brakes. E VB GfARAXTRR IT. CALL AND SEE IT. 5 I Ml Socket for Fords E Oan not near out. No roils nor rhoats p your magneto 2 5 Cut no wire. Chans; no bIoH. installed ia twa minutes. Ovr 5 E 25.000 in usv ,iv? briieht lifyht at law ped. Maks lie Mb In- 5 S dependent of each other. . It prevent. bulh from burning out, but 5 should one burn ut It will not affect the other. This feature S 5 alon: has prevented many ac -i dents. 5 I We sell all the practical I accessories for FORD cars j Simpson Auto Co. Water and Johnson Sts. Telephone 40S IIIIIIIIIII1IflltlllMIIIIIMllIlllllflMltlIllllltlJfItllllllIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfltlllllllltllIllifI17 IJCATIOXS MI ST KK Si-' NT TO IIKAIHJI WKTI ItS Men Who 1'xpeft lo Kntrr orforr' Train! nc Camp Mux FWward. SAX FKANCISOO. July M. Major General Hunter IlKRett, eornHuindinff the Western department of the army, today orderrd all applicatiun for the ec nd series of reserve off icers tiaininf? camps, starting nt the Presi dio here AukukI be tranwinitted promptly to regular army examining officer detailed by the war .depart ment to select each Ktute's quota. Thin anion was taken, accordinfr to General KigKett, because nuKKestionii have reached the war departaient that l-reliminury ftelection of candiditerf for the camp throuKh local and state civilian committees in the eiKht tatf comprLiinjc thU department miht bu subjected to purtisanahip and unfair r.wsa. This orbr a as u res that ail a.p Plicunts will e passed upon or re viewed by rettular army officers charged with MelectinK the quota and eliminutea all semblance of par:isan ship. This will be a jcood time to put 14 definite end to lynching and m.iva crea. Governor lwden can make mi enduring name for h'mnelf toy lead ing the way. HOMIIS KHAj TWO IN' CHICAGO Sevt ral Injured a Kcnult of Allejreo ISlack Hand Outrage. -jiiiiiiiMifliitiiiiiiiiiriritiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitit iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiitiiMiiiitif CHICAGO. July 12. Thre bombft believed to have been placed by black hand' afentn. caused the death of two men here. A number of per sons were injured, none cf them aeri-ously. The biRne.t man on earth bogan life in a small way. Sports Coast Ijeasnie'. Pan Francisco 2 7 0 Portland .' 2 1 Baum and McKee. Brenton and Fisher. Vernon 8 1 2 Oakland 2 7 1 Froome and Moore; Kremmer, Good bred and Murray. Salt Lake 0 -' Los Ansreles 4 7 1 Detnic and Hannah, 8epulveda: Hall and Boles. Northwest leHgae. Vancouver 3 5 3 Seattle i 15 1 Batteries A com a and Caiman; Oalley ajid T. Cunningham. Spokane 12 14 S Butte ' Blsrhee and Schroeder; Harrington and Kaf ora. National. lyragwi Cincinnati J-5. New York 1-1. Boston 5-3. Bt. Touls 7-8. nrooklyn 1. Pittsburg 2. Chicago-Philadelphia game post poned. . Ameiin lyoajrufi. New Tork 1-3 Chicago 2-5. Cleveland 7. Washington 0. Detroit 5. Boston 0. St. Louis 2. Philadelphia 5. "Keep on the good side of the Edi tor. He may help influence the Jury when your trial comes up." The Hopper Kettle The Coolest Place in Pendleton serving Appetizing Lunches at any hour. LONG COLD DRINKS REAL ICE CREAM Everything Tempting for Hot Days Breakfast begins at 6 :30 A. M. Yours for Quality and Service, THE KEI1UE ;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMn