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DATT.Y EAST OREflONtAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 1, 1917. " TEN PAGES Quality and Value Means Anything to You This is the Store Where You Should do Your Shopping SERGE DRESSES AND SILK DRESSES FOR STREET OR AFTERNOON WEAR They are not the kind of dresses, you are in the habit of seeing or expecting to see for the reasonable prices we quote. The cold-black and white print of tins paper can give you no idea of the real charm of these frocks, you simply must see them in order to appreciate their real beauty. As for colors, there are black, navy, brown, taupe, beetroot, green, plum, rose and beige. In many cases the collar and cuffs are of white satin or Georgette, white motifs of beads or silk embroidery act as an effective trimming. Serge Dresses from S15.00 to S35.00 Silk Dresses from $16.50 to $65.00 Union Suits in all weights or men Light, Medium or Heavy Underwear. You pre fer one or the other, but you want comfort too. Our Union Suits are ideally tailored, with closed crotch and perfect seat that does not gape and does not bunch up or pull. In every weight for men, for fall and winter. Cotton, cashmere, pure wool worsteds and mixed worsteds. The prices you'll find pleasing, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. $2.00 to $7.00. SUGGESTIONS FROM OUR DRV GOODS SECTION FOR XMAS GIFTS. Of materials that can be made into useful presents. Some are to be worked en tirely find sonic are to be only finished. Ribbons for Dags . . .25c to 83.50. Bag Hcops. ..... 10c toJ75c Tassels for Trimming 5c to $1.50. Laces 5c to $1.50 Lace Flouncinos for Jabots. $1.50 to $2.00. ... Lace Medallions. .10c to 50c Boudoir Caps. Round Thread Linen fancy work. Handkerchief Linen etc. Linen Sheeting. Linen Tubing. Wool Challies, Japanese patterns for (tags. Toweling, plain and fancy. Linen Towels. Turkish Towels. Bath Sets. Silks for dresses. Organdie for scarfs, pillows etc. Dress Goods dresses and suits. Caps Dainty Footwear in fashionable styles and colors Smart, pretty shoes are-the mode., All cold brown is an individual favorite. Dark grey kid and champagne kid with French heels are leaders. The 12-8 military heel -for 'Walking,, is popular. Women's Coco Brown Shoes $9.50. Very smart and new, kid, 9 inch top, a qual ity not to be found elsewhere at near the price. A shoe you'll be proud of, and that will ; give you a lot of service. Women's Coco Brown Kid Shoes $8.50 Same as above with 8' . inch top. Women's Coco Brown Shoes $7.50 Coco brown kid vamp with cloth top ta match, 9 inch top, lace.1 Most handsomely made. Perfect fitting, very stylish and up-to- the-minute. Women's Dark Grey Shoes $9.00 Dark grey kid, 9 inch top, lace, smart and., stylish. A shoe that will give the utmost in ser vice and style. These and scores of other exclusive designs, and styles, offer the best shoe values in Pen dleton. Our shoe salesmen are experts at fit ting. They'll give you real service. 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( idiui . . Iit'iu,!' for Ijiilli or Im'iI rooms tltr-s inlil morn . PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE kR E PEOPLES HOUSE WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE HERMISTON DAK FOR THE RED CROSS AFFAIR IIKLJ TUESDAY EVEV . IXG IX AITHTOHUM DRAWS BIG ATTEXD.WCK, Other News and Soda! Xotes of Much Interest As Gathered by the Ka( Oregonia n C 'or re p j ti tl c nt. (East Oregonlan Special.) HER11 ISTOX. Nov. 1. The dance given last night at the Hermiston Auditorium for the benefit of the Ked Cross, was a gala affair and culled forth a splendid attendance. The ball room was beautifully decor ated for the occasion with jaclc o' lanterns, gobblins, and dusters of Autumnal foliage symbolic of the 'season. Mingling among these deco rations were the Red Cross symbols, American flags and flags of our al lies. A delicious supper was served at a. late hour, consisting of sand wiches, cake and coffee. Mu.-do was furnished by the Pendleton orchestra. Miss Virginia Todd returned to Pen dleton Tuesday morning alter a. sev eral days' visit at the home -if her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Todd. Dr. M. S. Kern. provident of the Inland Kmrure Lumber Company, wts in this city last week looking after b n si n ess m a 1 1 e r , a n d, w h i 1 ' : h e re helped to Hvell Hermiston's Liberty Loan quoia. by Pii bscribing for $Jm-j in Liberty Ponds through the local bank. M vs. James Skinner and ch ildren of Aberdeen, Wash., are here on a vis it to Mrs. Skinner's parents, Mr. and Mr?. C. F. Ames. Rev. and Mr.". IT. Emmel and children of Ktndrick, Idaho, visited with friends here last week. Mr. L'mmel was formerly a popular min ister of the Methodist church of thia city. Mrs. W. F. Hineline had as her gi:ests during the Dairy Show, her mother, Mrs. Hen Williams, and un cle. Tom Williams, both of Milton, Ore. Miss Grace Oliver and mother from Pendleton, were guests of Mrs. W. A. Leathers during the Dairy Show. Mrs. M. Mum ma returned home Monday from Gniss Vnlb-y where she had spent the wt-ek end with her; (buihter, Miss (bikia Mumma, who U teaching at thus place. William KIder, f f Sutter ("reel:, was a business visitor here Wednes day. J. X. Ibirgess, Jude (,. W. I 'help . and I lev. If. If. Hubboll, accompanied ' (iovf rnor Withycombe in the Jbiress car on his trip hero from Pendieton ' Saturday for the Dairy ;hnv. liftrnty Oldield.j Pendietun jatito noKfio rfpa'"'" is reifistered at the . Hermititon Hotel. ui'. ana .U1.1. Paul Jones will leave j tomorrow morning for San Francisco, ; Calif., where Mr. Jones lias been ca lied by the war d pa rt m e n t as a civil engineer in the riviT anil harbor work. J. Ttoy Kaley and Sam Thompson of I'endleton, were Sat urday vi: itor.-j at the Dairy Show. J. L. Mcpherson of Pendb'ton. was here Saturday for the Dairy Show, be ing a tuest of his daughter, Mihh fies- : sle McPherson. M. J. Jfarthel of Pendleton Is a business visitor here today. When my little buy sils on n.y kne" And asks what I did in th" wr!d war As his big eyes look up at me; I will have to Jitok into those ees That at me, so trustingly peer, A nd tell him 1 wasn't drafted, I was only a volunteer. As we sit on our cots in the ;zloamiiin My bunkie tells bits of bis life. Foolish tales of his two little l;iddies Of his devoted, courageous, youtiti w i f e. And think if the wives of tin: drafted, They arc weii prot'cled. no fear. JiuC My bun);ie's widow and kiddie--, cun starve Ho is only a volunteer. iki;s pij v inni ki;i moss. Mrs. V. O. StiM-liell Tell Ilow She Cured Ifcr Sou of a Cnlil. 'When toy sou Kills was sick with ,i i -i. Id iat winter ave him Chani-b.-i la in's i'oiii:l! llenscdy. It helped bun at .m-e and quickly broke up his Ctdd." writes Mrs. P. ( Stuchell. Hinni.'i' i'Uy. Pa. This remedy ha; .been in Uf-e for many years. Its K(od otialbies have been fully proven by many thousands of people. It is pleas ant and safe to take. Adv. Invest One Dollar and Save a Hundred or Two VOLUNTEER FEELS HE HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN I i " h l.so Order More I'cmm! TIiiiu Xeeletl. sys Murscluilt. VKNVKii, v,. ot-t. The two most Important things t he American people can do. according to ice pres ident Marshall, who arrived here to give a series of speechex in the moun tain states and the northwest, are to order no more food than can b( eat en and to join th- 1 led ( 'i oss. Th vice president made this statement in an interview with newspaper men. Mr. Marshall will m.f 'd. liver an address in Denver at W time, he said. He departed Af m- ult. 'id., where hii will deliver his first address f his present tour. r. s. fiETS l:X(iLMVS PLAf i; IT Al.MKS WIN" AMSTKIttiAM, Oct. .10. Count von Hertling, the Pa arian Premier, speaking in the chamber, declared that after lermatn existence, I ho safety of her frontiers and her freo ami petteeful development were guar anteed, "we are readv for peaee.-' He added. "If h" Kntente won with American help. Auieiieu Would Mep into Ktlg- lami's place. Anieriea agnhist Ku vope t his is k rat) mi tly becoming tho charaeter of the war throuli the Kn-telit'-'s fault." ertaln Cure for Croup. Mis. pose Mi.blleton. of Creenvflle. III., has had experience In thn treat ment nt this dlseuse. Kho sayw, "When mv children wei-e small my s ii had crmtp frcuuontly. Cham her -I da s Com; li Keiuedy always broka up these aititrks immediately .itnd I wns neer without It in the house. I hare taken it myself for roughs and colds with good results. "Adv. Before you take your savings out of the bank to invest in "sure things" you should get acquainted with Old Man Crabtree By Freeman Tilden Crabtree is a shrewd farmer-financier.' His experiences will amuse you and also give you valuable information about the methods of the city sharpers. The first story in this new series is in this, week's number. rrZe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN TAv Curtis Publishing Company Intpndmne0 J quarm JC Philadelphia v tha C9T the ?er 13 I'OEM WIJITTK.V 11V .ME.MH1.I! ' HAITCHV A. J1TK 1TI:I.I Ml- Tii.i.r:i!V ni:fovNs THKVI"MI-LT. Urn T. P. Poller, a local boy and mem : l er oi iiattery A.ittti K A., has biile mined a poem, written by a member j , of bis battery, showing that tho reg- i ulars feel flighted because of treat- j merit given t he drafted men. There ; .aro i''nm men in the carnp at Douglas, , Ariz., and they subscribed over $.'.00.- ; ram for the Liberty Jtonds. 'i'he poem Is hh follows: j OVLV A OIJLTFl:. , V.'hv HMn't 1 'ait to be drafu d And led to the train by a band? J Or put in a claim for exemption, On why did I hold uu my band. Whv didn't I wall, for the banmiet, ' Why didn't I wait to b. ebeered ' Ko oat receives all the. credit. I "While I only volunteered. Put nobody gave me a banquet -in jioi a miuI (-aid a kind word. The puff of the engine, the grind of, the wheels. "Was all the ;ood-hve J heard. j Then (.'i' t. the. train in.; carnp bus- j I bd To be trained for half a year.v III the fhUtf.'e a:-:.t!doned. forgollen, I w:i- -ni a volujifer. 1 r x I it j t I '' j " i ' 4 'O 3 ? I; , ' j V 1 v V , - v.. in l li' fuliir.' uti;';) tiii:.ti: i:. svri itiov. ov. :;. If THE UNIVERSAL CAR li lill Dwncrft of l'-,iri rni-H urn iiriviNcri lo hnware of HI ' cniiitorf. il rarlH.'' If vimr cur noi-ds acljiiKi irn-nt li! I 1 i-i i i It li.Tn a horf yon will flml rcMahln ni-rviri I 11 ilil wi,l ,h c.iml'lt'U' miThiinical i(uipnicnt lo Kivi Hip l liiKh. sl 1 1 1 1 - of Kuril m rvii n iiltnin:ilili. All lhi I II I r.inl imrin nxf'il nr.' i 1 1. Iiy th. Kuril .Mnlnr I ! HI 'nnil'Miiy. Vmi i ;ui uu! rxpi'ct ymir Knr.l ,-nr lo kIvi' ! Uu- M-rvif" uiiil I'liiliiriini'i' iiii ili'niantj nnlcnn ynu f HI havi' i( can il I'm- Iiy mi'ii i -n rirni'fil in Kuril nii'lh- lfi HI utl.1. 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