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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. TEN PAGES PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1917. ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 2 ouop JJ Ml "OAtfU pun iuoui : -liilot n u ohW 'H-oa. 'ni iWK If H 1 ji-iiii Our Great Sale of Wo men's Fall and Winter Suits Offers Most Wonderful Values and is Attracting Scores of Thrifty Women. - $24.75 $38.75 For suits worth For suits worth up to $40. up to $75.- We positively guarantee every one to be a this season's suit of up-to-the-mihute style.. ' The materials and workmanship are of the. v.ery best. All the most desirable colors are included. ' All sizes from the Misses' size 16 to 50 inch bust measure. Each and every garment offered repre sents a decided saving. OUR NEW FURS ' ' Are More Beautiful Than Ever. We are showing a most beautiful collection of lux urious furs. Long Straight Stoles of Hudson Seal, Soft Fluffy Animal Scarfs of red fox and black fox with cute round Muffs to match are the edict of Dame Fashion. . In addition, pelts of Russian wolf, raccoon, Amer ican mink, Japanese mink, skunk, beaver, summer ermine and French Coney are used in separate muffs and scarfs that may be matched as complete sets. ' Carefu selection of these furs by our expert, as sures you of the best quality at the most reasonable prices. "PURE FOOD SHOP" ItASK.MKXT . . Vlt-anliuc&s Kcoiiomy Sorvli-o :t Muin Line Phone All 15. KV CROP WAI.XI TS I'onml 35o TAItr.E SYi:ri l-ur Iliaiiil siniictliliitc w- fcptloiially fMxl; uit sikh-IiiI sale. Hits week: medium inns 5ik; aul. $1.00 IHXXKltWARK in Kits op open stoek. HOTPOIXT KI.KCTHIC APPLI AXCICK Xu trouble to slum -mhIn. stiuc-tlv i iiivsn kkus. MONKS' IAIIJY I'AUM-' MTTI.K IM SAf-SA(iKS. Buy Your Liberty Bond Through The Peoples Warehouse and you'll not have to pay any interest on deferred payments. All you'll have to pay will be the face value. $1.00 down, $1.00 a week. Where It Pays to Trade ' You ought to get two season's wear out of this Overcoat Here is a coat you can wear anywhere. It's good for ordi nary or best ; for business, church or socie-, ty. A thorough-. ly conservative style, and splen did value at $22.50. 'Like every other one of our garments it's "got the stuff in it." It will wear. The only trouble about selling you this coat is that it will probably go through two or more seasons in such good shape that we can't sell you another one next year. firs, w THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Pendleton's Greatest Department Store S jn; ohb Jito,( go auim soHjbuj DV DDCODVTCDIAUO '" "0"' "m m" 10 "0 Dl rttLUDI I LlXirtllU I P" Vm 'o anXH Vtnq g S jiiu UAim 'una no. hh jfl; 2 08 Muoiu jno. pwuiu oj au.jj g ojh nn. J ) M ;omjuj .uoa nilllilllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllliniltllt Contrary to nil previous plunn nnJ prcpuriulonH, tttu Prbytoriun chorch will not build Its new sac.tiua homo on the Hite recently pureluiHod on West Alta street. At leoitt thut wna the decision reached by, the board ut the meeting Tuewday niKht und it was concurred In by the pastor, ltev. J.. . Wnyder. . The plans (f the new church wero Klven up "because of the war." In the ffrnt place war price prevail UP' Koldlor 11 Toe. - f i' , KTAYTON, Oct. S. lohn KttHt burn, son of Mrs. Mary fe. Bastburn, who liven near Aumsvllle.' ' shot .two toes orf his left foot while out hunt ing 'ruesday alut noon. He wa on all building materials and upon lu- i taken to Htayton. where Dr. H. A. brr. making building operations cost ! lleaucchamp dressed the Injured loot, much more than In normal times. In i John, who Is the youngest on of the second place the money for fl- i n widowed mother. Is a member of nanclnB the new liuildlnu Is beJns : Company O. and was home on a fur subscrlhed by Individuals and th i fVinKli. Ho was out huntliiK alone, and hoard took the view that with every- ! according to his story, his dog had body beinK urired to contribute to tile ultshted a bird and he had'' his (tun Hed Cross and other war funds and cocked to fire when ' ho stumbled, to buy Liberty llonds it would be an shnotlnx the small and the next toe imposition to nsl -them at this time to. I of his left foot completely orr. donate to local funds. The plans and specifications for the new church had already been adopt ed, the Cunningham residence prop erty on West Alta purchased and the dwelling there sold to make room for tho new church. r .VISITORS TO BE SHOWN PROPOSED . iARMY CAMP SITE Hrmistoa Plans to Give Op ijportunity to All Who At : Itend Dairy Show. People "of Pendleton and Umatiila over tlje proposed site ot , an army training camp near Hermiston. , The Commercial Club of Hermieton is ar ranging1 for automobiles to convey vis itors to-the 30.000 acre tract if they desire to go. The trip will require about an hour. E. P. Dodd of Hermiston is here to day and states that Hermiston will outdo all of her previous shows Friday and Satuwiay. Governor Withycombe has promised to be present on Satur- countv who attend the annual Hermis- ' dav to look over the stock and on 8at- tonHoff and Dairy- Show FrMay and j urday, too, the school parade will be alarday of this week will be afforded i.held. aS oriDoftunUvof vlsitin' ftnT looklne ; Mr. Dodd extends an Invitation, on .. - i ' - behalf of Hermiston, to all PendlpT ! l"ded The Hindenburg and other tisement for the Uherty bonds than tonians to attend. They can make the 1 leviathans . built during- the war are! this nmozinff pictorial portrayal of down mp on No. 1 and come back on thready raced with a heavy handicap ; what fiermany has done and would do No. 2 in the evening:. LINERS EVEN BIGGER AFTER WAR IS OVER If the Tlritlsh dock workers follow the ! to America had she but the chance, lead of the seasen In boycotting tier-! The Pierce meeting is expected to Kive man vessels. , the Portland campaign a' tremendous ; impetus. Motion Picture is Bigr Feature in Portland Liberty Bond Campaign 'i gii"Htttmm!iiiHi yiliiiitMailUliltil m Give liniiinn!nirii!!!niI!i!!!!!IfffH!!Iilinini!!l!!HniI!i!iniiHllUl You Exclusive British Designer Says Keen Competition Then Will Re- suit in Ocean Leviathans. j POUTI.AXD, Oct. 24. Portland's LOXDOX. Oct. 23. "The Impera- j campaign for Vho Linertv bonds was tor and the Vcterland are babies . fanned to fever heat last nipht. The ;v u ' iiifr vi Ev i wonuerrui reature about it is that i was me preuiction mane to motion picture accomi,tishfl it ft louay oy rne Kignt Hon. , markable as Was the srWrh nf rw.i. 1 8EX.F-KI'IFOKTIU -KI)S PICK JIVKItSK WOltK LLOYD GEORGE SUIT FOR LIBEL DROPPED Apology and Payment of Costs Placate Premier for Slur ' on His Courage. - LONDON, (Set. 23. The libel no tion brought recently by Premier I-Ioyd George against the KxchnntK ' Telegraph Company, the Western tSu-7-i Ite and the Daily News for publish Injf the statement that he left L.on- 1 lon when an air raid warning was ( given has been withdrawn, the terms' beinj? an apolhsy for the publication j and the payment nf a certain sum, i the amount of which is not mention ed to indemnify the premier for hiM ' costs In the action. ' Xho premier was present when the I ca.se was called at a special sittime of1 the King's Flench Dlvisio'n today; where the settlement was announced. ! Mr. I.loyd George In plvlnjf evl- i denco said that on the nitfTit in tpieH- j tfon he left with Oen. Sir William Tt. Robertson and Admiral Jellicoe to have Intervfows with the French I're-! rrier and chief of staff. The raid won) In progress when they readied Char- I IliK Cross Station. uu SHINE IN EVERY DROP'? lftfrrei't. lt'!'Kii't ilrv on'; v hp tu J to U' lit itn'i-; J'-fu .t ii ntfte 1'-If' (Tliirl. UU gut yvur money tt wwtb. Black Silk Stove Polish t)i not only rw t r--m(--l, l fcriW nt. tiifc-)f:Uv tlirtci-nnW bo fcittilnrti witbftf nh trff (i ljt lonr linw M long U onHtJT Ailieli it mvui juu t .ino, work wtU roui' . rv;.'t lorFt whrti yon vrunt Dim M" '1! u " " r ! f GUckMlk. Jtilio't til-.' Ik -it ntnyr- pi))tft VOU evtt t -it- i tirtticr iiirtUMl oi.r mooe. Stave PoH-h t Silk Atr Orytiw Iron l-uuccl on si Jut. n.ic utfrd, H'vc-p!pt, niiJanio-iin-hitc tiro niui. it-vtiU runtlnif. T:y it. l w Bife St!k MmI Pol. '-b ft riliu;raiin, nickel, tin lire cr div: a. It work quid:?;. tamHy tnd Irttvra a triillanl murfjra. II hnn np ii mm 31.1 VZo.lu.EU A fra l". S( IIOOI, tI" COMUKIU K . i I V I SHU K INSITION ! -5 REPAIRS SERVICE SALES AGENCY SATISFACTION Authorized by factory and with factory mechanics. . Dealers in Practical Ford Accessories. Every Ford part in stock. SIMPSON AUTO COMPAHY future; the press today by the Alexander M. Carlisle, designer of the Pierce, member of the national speak- -"-. .... uuu ..iner i.imous era committee of tho Liberty loan, ......iiuuc -ariwie , more striking was the official French ,, .eteiiL pieuictions mat oia picture "In the Wake of the Huns' S liners would give way to a xtandnrd- I which absolutely gripped and enthrall S'ini. . . "ween i,u.,u ana i ed a vat audience. -In the Wake or t, , T: tne Huns Porfayed' Brippingly jusi Harbor facilities and money are , what the Germans have done to nor g the pnricipal Ilmltlnff factors.- said fthern France and Belgium. First hand " Th"-e is every indication that motion pictures of the outraijes com- when peace comes there will he keenimltted at one time actuaiiv had the 1, , , ' I ' K n ,n com" audience subbing, working'!? up to a 5 , mission the huge number of passen- magnificent climax with the victorious . per craft now doing war work; There French troops advancing, and finally .hi uwjimn ntnuaing completely the audience 5 the hZ. k. V. . Z"rr'n a"""' with the first portrayal of American M i..t ,h m f ' . ra,Ked ' lr0opS in France- "V rds of man," against them when the war is con- said Pierce, "can be a greater adver- Johnson and Water Sts. fa Phone 408 e !I!I!H!I!!III jjiiiii in 1918 Fcur Ninety $ 720.00. 1918 Baby Grand $1050.00 The Chevrolet valve-in-head motor surpasses the other types in its supreme simplicity. Its absence of valve cages eliminates 64 unnecessary parts. "The Chevrolet motor is accessible. This overhead valve motor has been fitted with a detachable head. The entire top of the cylinders can be removed in or der to permit easy access of the interior. This ease of accessibility is worth the entire cost of the motor car to you. It means all the difference in the world in the enjoyment of your motor car Quenching' a Nation's Thirst by John R. McMahon What shall America drinH? The States are deciding that it shall not be rum. The new dranKs will come from the orchards, the vineyards and the berry fields. What the "w drinRs are and how to make them are told in this issue. Other articles aret Bring Up a Tree in the War it Should Grow The Farmers' Own Cold Storage Trading a Farm for City Real Estate This is the first of many articles and stories in which we shall show up the real-estate, blue-jKy and g'etrich-quicK crooKs and their schemes to separate the farmer from his money. Invest a dollar and save your savings by profiting by what you read in COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Th Curtlm Pubilmhing Company ndpnrfnc Squarm ?V PhitvdmtpHia SI JivXm TtniiH from Srrubltliitt'. Wnli.itp ami Fruit CaniUn? to Concert I'lay- iiur ami Tutoring. UNIVERSITY OF ORROOX,' Ku- lene, Oct. 4. Kverythln? from housework to music Is beinif uned amonff University of Oregon women I is a means nf self support the 66 appIlctitioriH for work hroiiKh the Y. M stenograph! Has I'ntlro Xtw Rwiilty II vv. iHret'ttir of lht School Veteran. II. Mil- I N Only With Fingers! ComsJ-ift Off Doearrt hurt i bit to lift any -com or callus light ofV. fryltl I'nlversity of Oregon. KiiKene, Oct. '24. With a complete set of new nro- A m on p . ' ; ' , . Ilorf 1 1 1 IIU1UH it UllUlUf flOMllKIIl III IllPa j tU T-U.M0lt, .9 , If 1 Xtl 'i i,i, i t fei. director of the Hchnr Is the vet- lono .-.r.,hhinff i,i wnyhi.. ..f --"tieiis uuouc wnien mo new children, tntorini?. correcting papers . facllUy ,H bolnK roune(1 Tiuslc teaching, concert work, tele-i Professor A. I. it. Drucker, recently 'Jhnne. telegrnnhlo and clerical 'Jobs. I head (,f the chool ot commerce in Tweepins. dining room work. Journal sm and fruit canning. Out of thppe 36. 41 girls appeared for actual work, and all of these have been placed 'hrough a few temporarily. One girl who applied through the Y. W. (.. A. arrived in Kugene with i capital of seven dollars. She Is now dolntf housework for her room ami board and doing other odd lobs, such ns irnintr and mending, for cash tc "nver Incidental expnnses. in ad it inn fo going to the University. Another girl hus declared her abil ity to tutor in Norwegian. A third claims competency to teach Spanish. A violinist and a pianist have joined 'orces and are preparing to do con cert work. Still another girl left' a tenograplilc position at $7ft.a month to come to the University. One ynuim woman declined an offer in the' civil iervlce at $1200 per' annum so' tha he might enroll as a student. he I niversity of Idaho, Is acting tut. temporary dean In the place of Pro- j fessor D. V. Morton, who In on a I vear's leave of absence from the unl- i verslty and is holding the position of professor of accounting In the school iOf business administration in Hoston ! University. Jinston. Shad O. Krantss. for Hbout seven ears a writer on Industrial nubjects : 'or the (iregnnlau. l hfldlng the jai Mtlon formerly held by Professor Al-, 'an Hopkins, who Is In the service of1 his c.'mntrv. Mi. ?.ll!)er savs In re ard to .Mr. Krantz. who Is already well Informed on Oregon's Industries, "Wo expect Mr. Krantss to become the 1 state's authority upon the working and marketing o its products." 'harles Jeremiah has been de- . tailed to the University of. Oregon by the war department as head of the new school of ordnance accounting. ; Mr. Jeremiah Is a graduate of the , school, of commerce of the New York IJIIKKTV IIONOS I'OK DF.POSITS. i niversity aiid has hd training In j 1 'he Wharton wschool nf comm'rce In OI,MYPiA. Oct. 24. That I.Hicrty I Pennsylvania. Mr. 'Jeremiah will be Loan Bonds are acceptable as security ; apsisted In his work by Joseph Denn ro cover state deposits for 7n per who has been in the ordnance bureau For a few cents ytnj can gettt small' bottle of the magic drug free zone recently discovered by a Cincinnati man. Just ask at any drug store for a small bottle of freestone. Apply a few drops upon a' ten der, aching corn or callus and Instantly all soreneaw disappear and shortly you i- wlll find (he corn or cal lus so loose that ynu lift it off with the fin re rs. Just think! Not one Mt of pain before ap plying freezon or af terwards. It doesn't even Irritate the Mir rounding fkln. Hard corns, soft corns or corns between the toes, aiso harden ed caltucses on bottom of feet, shriv el up and fall off without hurting h I article, it is almost magical. . Ladles! Keep a tiny bottle on the dtesser and never let a corn or cal lus ache twice. cent of their face value, according to law. in lieu nf security bonds is the innouncement made by W. S. Shcr man. state treasurer, who Is sending i letter to that effect to all state de nsltarics. The letter points out that the state treasurer Is "anxious to se cure your cooperation to the fullest Possible extent, at the same time keeping all state deposits subject check under demand." of the government. i student in tb '..H'tlt. and Uarl Nelson, -'commerce depart- I ' ! THE C. & F. MOTOR CO., Inc. JoHnton Street, Between Water and Court. :uuiuiiiiiHiuiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiii(iiiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniif DEAD TEETH Wide-awake dentists are do- S ing a lot of things today that, S in the Jight of a generation ago, 5 one would have aid were im 5 possible. They are showing us, SS for instance, that the retention H of certin "dead teeth menace of s pyorrhea, "blind" abcessea may mean nerlous Illness. High grade dentistry reasonable pri S CPS. 5 Newton Painless Dentists l L Corner Main snd Webb Streets Entrance on Webb St. r ' : '- 1 I if If ;.- J i WW I - a 5 ai 1 ?'"L. IIARO.MN nAIKIAIM. i' IX MONTANA WHKAT LAN DA. illKATEKT Y1KLI) TKIt AC'HK IN TNITlilJ STATICS. AM OWN Kft op 1 0H0 ACKKS IX HEART lK THE 1KLX; H MILKS FUOM IIOOI) TOWN; r.ilO AC11KS U. C V I. T I V A TIOX; WINTER WHKAT NOW VP; UOllD IM- -I'ltoVKMKNTS. SKLL. ALL OR I'AHT. IJOMKS-TIC ItKLATI- ' ONH (J.VLY H BASON. FOlt 8KLL INH. IIITY UIUKCT OP MK AND SAVK ADIJED PROFIT OP LAND MEN. WASHINGTON FA TIMERS HAVE BOUGHT THIS SUMMER OF MY XK1 OHHOHS. WILL BB AT COL I.EOK PI .ACE SANITARIVM, WASH., NEAR WALLA WAL LA, TAKIXO TREATMENT FOR TWO WEEKS, AND OFFER LAND' AT HAROAIX. CALL OR WRITE O. S. JOH.VHOS. (ML LEfJE PLACE, WASH. E Btiiie Love In Triangle Play, "Cheerful 'tmuiiJiiiM QUALITY DENTISTRY Dr. F. L INGRAI-1 DENTIST. Rooms 8 and 4, Belts Bids. Telephone 623. rhone II Open Rrenlntn e uivere. - llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIjllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll.A I '.Ml line Tliiirwluy nnil lYiday.