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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1 9 1 7. EIGHT PAGES ON GUARD You The Can Put You Trust in Peoples Warehouse We endeavor to give our customers the best service and the most dependable merchandise at all times 'jiiiiiimiMiiimiiii iHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Something more than Silk 1 to this Sale of Women's Suits Only few left of these silk suits, showing the season's best styles. Shown in navy, green, mustard ad fancy stripe silks in khaki kool. We E are closing these out at One-Half Price wiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiii:riiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir ISummer Dresses EELOW USUAL PRICES. SPECIAL SALE NOW ON ' AT, EACH $5.98 I The values offered are so great that early buying is urged. flllllllllllllllllMIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIH lllllllll UllllllllllllllllllllllltlltllllllllltllllllllllltllllllllliiR HAIR RIBBONS 25c If you need hair ribbons, there is only one place to go THAT'S THIS STORE. Big lot plain colors and fancy plaids," stripes, etc., also moire, just came in to day. The yard 25 UNDERWEAR SILK Showing of fine silks for silk under wear, such as Habutai, Jap-silk, Wash Satin, Kobe and Silk Crepe, offered in white and colors. The yard 35 to $2.00 MIDDY TIES Offered in a big variety of kinds and colors, such as regulation square ties, straight middy and 3 cornered tie. Each 50 to $2.00. IX Ol II BAKttAIX BASKBKNT. Sol Satin Dress Skirts Another lot of those popular black, glossy, hard wearing dress skirts that bear the i year guarantee: sizes 23 to ZO S3.8 omen's Slippers A small lot. low beel. sensible toe. 2 strap, clean up price Men's Harvest Sox Another bi(t lot. only place selling them 'at this price 3c Kxlra Kite Urews Skirts The bin sizes in silks and serges: 32 to 3S. Special . .SM .19 and f 1.47 Women's llirh ;rad- Hoe The prettiest black silk fiber 5c hse you have ever bought . Another 50c fiber silk hose In white or black" special 32c A regular 3!Ve to 40c fast black 35c hose, special 2oe I Ittle Kids Hose The prettiest silk lisle fine elastic ribbed hose, special 1 I.VM1 Yard Percale Bought at the price, of 18 months ago. Today's special litv Kilthon In All Colors 1501) yards in the lot. reaular 25.: ribbon, special l-'vtra Heavy fwincham Most suitable for shirts and other hard wear. 20c value ....... lc Men's Krex" Hhoes un metal button or lace, sizes to . Special SS.I7 WimmI t'hallie T The prettiest lot of this class of E'M,d et. Special ir it s In the Hanraln Basement It's mire a Bargain. I I BLACK SILKS if y0u would have a dress for style and service, make it up of one of our E silks. " ' Black Taffeta, yd ?1.00 to $2.50 Black Georgette, yd $2.00 5 Black Satin $1.50 to $2.25 Black Charmeuse $2.75 Etc., Etc. ?llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllirilllllllllllllll(r HAIR BRUSHES We carry the well known "KEEP CLEAN" hair brushes. Bristles are set so to give best service and to stand washing. Several styles and sizes. The brusii 50 to $1.50 HAT PINS Neat little hat pins that are especially use ful in the hats they are wearing today, 15 each, 2 for 25. TASSELS Most any color and styles you could ask for. Used so much now as a trimming for dresses, bags, etc. Each 5 to $1.50 KHAKI CLOTH We now have khaki cloth in two shades. Make up your riding skirt or your outing suit. A splendid cloth for hard wear. The yard 35t COMFORTERS Whether for harvest camps or home we can fill your wants. Big sizes, well made and ma terials of best quality. Each $1.50 to $5.00 Pendleton's Greatest Dep't. Store The Peoples Warehouse Where It Pays to Trade pe; pel fm- ARMY NEEDS BAKERS CHANCE TO LEARN A TRADE IN SERVICE The quartermaster general s has been directed to organise at once 40 bakery companies In addition to the ten companies now within the conti nental limits of the United States. These companies will be nu'iuoer. ed from No. I to 62- '" 5 una s are in Honolulu nd the Philippine Is lands. The personnel of these companies will conslse of: l 1st lieutenant. 1- 2nd lieutenant. 1 Sergeant, first class, $51 month. 23 Sergeants, ,$44 per month. 15 Corporals. $36 per month 45 Privates, l'irs class, $33 month. 15 Privates, '$30 per month. 2 Cooks, $38 per month. In addition the government nishes food, lodging and clothing. The equipment consists of the ar my Field Bakery No. 1 oven Willi enuiuaire. One of these ovens with equipage is designed as a unit, and is so equipped that it is a field bak. ery complete In Itself with a person nel of 6 men capable of' supplying 1S0O men per day with bread. Fifteen (15) of these units consti tute a bakery company and the com pany has a capacity of forty thousand pounds of bread per day. This; la an opportunity for strong and energetic . young men to learn a trade. Men who volunteer now will have an excellent opportunity for promotion. There are about 800 va. cancles in the grade of sergeant ba ker and S00 in the grade of corporal to be filled by the most capnble men. In addition to this there will be va. cancles in the grade of 1st and 2nd lieutenants for experienced bakers with necessary educational qualifi cations. A young man with a good high school education stands a good chance to enlist, learn the baker's trade, and place himself In line for promotion to the grade of non-commissioned officer and commissioned officer. Why not enlist now for one of these companies? You have an opportunity for service abroad and a good chance for promotion. The quartermaster general has de cided to offer the commissions in tfiese companies to deserving men from the ranks. ISy authority of the quartermaster general : O. J. CHARLES. Major. Q. M. ronis l-OI'R ;HKAT IM'MNPSS MKN WORK FOIt KKD CIIOSS. It iB not required that an applicant ho a hnker The desire to learn that trade and the ability to be taught are all that are required. . 1 Men who are qualified bakers will find this an extraordinary -opuortu nity for rapid promotion to the com missioned and non-commissioned grades as instruciors. Perhaps this is the chance you have been waiting for. namely, an opportunity to do your little bit and at the same time advance your own interest. The physical requirements for ba kers has been considerably modified Apply to the army recrultlng offl- cer at Pendleton, Ore. GEO. S YOIJNO. Colonel, U. S. Army, Retired, Recruit Ing Officer. r - -V f x i if- . - -vi ? i . U - ' t J if tii" Vx l,l"sk,,v,jfl. v Are You ie of Them. There are a sreat many people who would be very much benefited by taking Chamberlain's Tablets for a weak or disordered stomach. Ar you one of them? Mrs. M. R. Searl, Baldwinsvllle, N. Y., relates her ex perience in the use of these tablets I had a bad spell with my stom ach about six months affo, and was troubled for two or three weeks with gas and severe pains in the pit of my stomach Our druggist advised i to take Chamberlain's Tablets. I took a bottle home and the fint dope relieved me wonderfully, anj I kept on taking them until I was cured. These tablets do not relieve pain, bill after the patn has been relieved may prevent its recurrences. Adv. Navy is Kcbcilious. LONDON, July 26 A dispatch from Shanghai says the Chinese navy has refused to recognizt il'e govern, ment of Tuan Chi Jut- Tii tsitaich adds that 14 cruisers have left Wo; Sung for Canton to support the south ern provinces. yf- " 1 . i :z ft V - sdWK. t ,-..1- 2,mr Ciptin Will:m L. Rodger. -lENRY'R 0AVI5O4 pOBCRT 3 lOVCTTr WRvrY 0 GIBSON Four Krc.it business meii per haps among the most important in the United Miuck, aie now giving all their time to the work, of (he lied Cross. Henry P, Davidson, the most famous partner in J. P. Morgun &. Co., the iiiternaUoual bankers, in chairman of the war council of the organization, and manager of all its activities. Hubert S. Lovett, chair man of the boards of the Jlarriman railroads, the greatest system in the country, is chairman now of the com mittee on co-ordination of the Red Cross. John I Kyan, president of the Anaconda Copper Company, Is now director general of military re lief. Harvey D. Gibson, whose eleva tion recently to the presidency of the Liberty National Bank of New York, one of the great financial institutions of the nation, attracted much at ten inn. Is the latest acquisition of the lied Cross. He has Just been named general manager of tlie organization. SAMOA IS SKVEUHLY HUAKKFT. Vieicut Karthiuako and a Tidal Wave Reported. I'AOO PA(K), Tutuilla. American Samoa, July 10- (Mail Correspond ence) Samoa experienced the most severe earthquake shook of 50 years, according to persons who have lived here for that time, when a five-minute tremor and a small tidal wave oc curred on June 25. The shock was violent and houses und other structures rocked danger ously. People rushed outdoors and no one was seriously injured. Some Not a Corn or Callus on Feet Apply few drops, then lift them off without pain. A noted Cincinnati authority dis covered a new ether compound and called It fre'jone ana now it can be had in little bottles for a few cents from any drug store. Tou simply apply a few drops of freeyxine upon a tender corn or painful callus and In stantly the soreness disappears, then short ly you will find the corn or callus so loose that you can lift it off with finders. . No pain, not a bit of soreneiis, either when applying Creezone or afterwards, and it doesn't even Irritate the -skin. Hard corns. soft corns or corns between the toes, also toughen, ed calluses, just shriv el up and lift off so easy. It Is won derful: It works like a charm. Try it! Women should keep freane on their dressers and never let a corn Jl II 2Jlllfllliril7ll.llltIllltlflllltIllllllllltBllllltltlllIlllltlltlllMttIlllIllllltll II mi"!; For FORD Cars j " We recommend the iasolino Control 1 it riif invented. Gives you as keeps spark Causes motor to run more quicker. Permits you to de- sftPflQ If u tl i h. ir,i,il!ns nviiig devlce evnr V.i.,1. in iviii ner ssllon. prevents carbon and plugs clean. Olves you more poer. muinlhlv MnkAH mOtOr "Pick till" .. j unirffo with little aid rrom orum-.. WB GUARANTEE IT. CALl, AND SKK IT, I R- Socliot for Can not wear out. No coils nor rheostats to sap your magnet. rut no wires. Change no globes. Installed In two minutes Over '5 000 In use. Olves bright light at low speed. Make, lights lu- dependent or each other. It prevents bulbs from burning out. but should one burn out It will not afreet the other. This feature alone has prevented many accidents. s We sell all the practical j I accessories for FORD cars 1 Simpson Auto Co. 1 Water and Johnson Sts. Telephone 408 IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIfS property damage resulted, especlnlly on Tutulla, where the Roman Cut ho. lie church at Leona was so nadi rocked that Governor poyer ordered it closed. The church was one of the oldest buildings on the Island. At Pa go Pago the Mormon chnrch sufrered some damage. Pid your country honor you ? Sweden SeJM" Food Oop. STOCKHOLM, July 2. The 8we. dish government has expropriated growing crops of all cereals, legumes and' sugar beets. Jt has also ordered expropriated all stocks of these which may be on hand September 1 from the ID It crops, with the exception of limited quantities in private households. Children Cry for Fletcher's Sissis The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty - years, has borne the signature of ana Has oeen made under his per Xfy . sonal supervision since its infancy. Allnw nn one tn deceive vnu in thlo All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. , What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant It contains ucither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. It fge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, ' Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; . llaying Fcveridmess arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 2- SIX SS1T7T? In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought -jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I Big Private Sale of I HORSES andMULES at Levi Eldridge's Place, i Pilot Rock Oregon 1 130 HEAD HORSES AND MULES The mules are three to four years old hands high. and 15 to 16 Horses four to five years old and weight from 1200 to 1400 pounds. H W. VOGT 2ild LEVI ELDRIDGE 1 OWNERS 1 fllllMIIIIIIIHIIMilllllllllllllMMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIMIIIIMinilllllllHIIliT. ache twic.