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AGB TWO DAILY EAST OEEGON1AN. PENDLETON. OftECflrTC, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1918. RANCHERS JIT ROCK ' BUY BIG WAREHOUSE coT.nAs srrf-n eiriu; 1m iteifAn-1 ' i ku ami wn.i. iii': iu-:.iii-i i.i:i. 11 Here are wonderful opportunities to purchase white wear and white piece poods at fractions of their true worth and valuS. As fine an ' assortment as we've ever shown of white goods is here at prices that any one will concede are wonderful considering the present market conditions. The people who accumulate money are those who buy at he right time and RIGIIT NOW is the right time to buy white goods of all kinds, for men, women or children. l our good judgment should advise you to buy as liberally of these meat val- -- -- ucs as you possibly can, and so fortify yourself against the higher prices of the very near future. All goods in this sale, despite the reduced prices, carry our regular guarantee of satisfaction. Surprising Values in White Goods from : Our Women9 s Fur nishings Dept ALL LACES AND EM ; BROIDERIES Reduced as Follows: tc Lce or Emb., liite Sale..... 4r 10c. Lace or Kmb., White Sale ... Rfl 15fc lco or Kirrtv. White Sale. lc l&o taco or Emb.. While lale. . 1-c :0c Lave or Einb.. White Pale. Ic Sic lace or tmli., Wlilto Sale.. Ic Sic Lace or limb., While Sale. 2c 4c Lac or Kmb.. While Sale. 32c fcOc Lace or Emb., White Sale. Jitto ' 5c Lace or Emb., While Sale . Hc 7c Lace or Kmb.. White Sale.'frSc ll.no Lore or Emb., White Sale 19c ti es Lce or Kmb.. White Sale tRc tl.frfl Uca or Emb.. White Sale $1.1 a f 1.7t Lace or 'Emb.. White Sale $!.:( !. Lace or Emb.. White Sale l.7 1J 69 Lace or Emb., White Sale $1.9 13.75 Lace or Emb.. White Sale 2 2t 13.00 Lace or Emb.. While Sale K.iV 13 io Lare or Emb., White Sale 2." 44.00 Lace or EmK White Sale 3.f 15.00 Late o Emb.," White Sale $3.8 WOMEN'S 20c HANDKER CHIEFS 15c ' Women's dainty handker chiefs, white with colored embroidery and colored edges, also crepe tic chines, hemstitched with colors. White Sale Price, each. 15c WOMEN'S 10c-HANDKERCHIEFS 7c Plain white mercerized batiste handkerchiefs, also white with colored edges Vbite bale rrice. c WHITE SALE 25c AND 30c EMB. 15c This is an extra trood as sortment of patterns in or gandie, swiss and nainsook embroideries and edges, suit able for neckwear, children s underwear and dresses. White Sale Price....... 15c 10c AND VZc EMB. 5c These are dainty HtJ-lc edges and insertions worth much more, they're fine enough for infants and chil dren's wear. White' Sale Price 5c, l2'2c, 15c, AND 20c LACES 9c YD. A large variety of val, tor chon, cluny, filet and net laces, broken lots, unusual values. White Sale, yd. .'Jc CHIUJKEVS BIBS AMI PLAIT AI-ItO.M Children's pl.jue and ferry clt.fh aprons with little crocheted edge Regular 35c. White Sale .' am; In fan Is' Uibis, 76c (Quality, While Sale . Infants- Bibs, DOc Quality. Whito Sale :S0c Infants' Bibs. .15c ljualily. While Bale 2Mc WHITE SALE WOMEN'S AND (TULDRENS UNDERWEAR Why not supply both-present and futftre needs now as we have a good stock of both summer and winter garments. 25c I'ndcrwcar. Sale Zr. t'nderwcar. Sale 0V t'nderwcar. Snlo 65c L'nderwear, Sale 76c 1'nderwcar, Sale' $1.00 Underwear, Sale Trice. . $1,25 Vmtcrwear, Sale Price.. II 60 Underwear, Salo Price- $1.75 Underwear. $2.0 I'ndsrwcar. $S.;s Underwear. $.50 lrmlfnvcar, $3. CO Vmlerwcnr, $3.60 Underwear, $V0 1'nderwcar. $6.00 Underweaiv Pricc. . Price . Price . Price . Price. , Sale Trice . Salo Price. Sale Price. Salo Price. Sale Price . Salo Price. Salo Price. - Sate Price . . SOc . SHc . 4Hc . roc . (iOc . . Oc t.a Sinn 91. M 9i on n Si.SU Jlt.20 J4.00 Here's a List of Women s White Shoes That arc included in this Great White Sale. 404X Ladies' While Kid J in. lace boot, Ixuie Cuban leather heel, $S.o(), sale $6.93 ' 523X Ladies' White Buck S in. lace boot, covered French heel, reg. $7.50, sale price $5.05 410X Ladies' White Kid vamp .with white silk cloth top, covered French heel, button, reg. .$8.50, sale $6.95 451X Ladies. White Kid 9 in. lace .boot witli the new military neel, white ivory soles and heels, reg. $8.00, sale , $0.15 457X White' Buck 8 in. lace boot with the new low military heel, reg. price $G.5(, sale ; . $5.43 425X Wliilc Buck with ivory kid trimming, 8 inch lace oot, low military heel, reg. $6.50, sale ........ $5.43 150X Ladies' 8 inch IJain- skin cloth, white lace with white sole and heel, reg. $5.00, sale $3.95 Muslin Night at remarkable savings ' Wise women will supply themselves for an entire year. All of these gowns are cut fiuTand long and are trimmed in dainty patterns of laces and embroid ery, some with organdy inserts. Regular $5.95, $5.75 Gowns, White Sale Price $.1.98 Regular $4.50, $3.75 Gowns, White Sale Price ., $2.98 Regular $2.05, $3.50 Gowns, White Sale Price $1.98 Reg. $2.25 Gowns, White Sale Pr. $1.49 Reg. $1.95 Gowns, White Sale'Pr. $1.39 33c 57c 76c S7c I' H ii i i in i rftr" SMALL LOTS of the following items at prices so low that they will he snap ped up in the first day of this Great White Sale. Women's Summer Wash Dresses of white voile, white net, flowered, check ed and striped voile. Children's White Dresses of white lawn or organdie, tastefully trimmed with laces or embroidery. White Wash Skirts, just a few excel lent models .at very cheap prices. Infants' White Sweaters, they're sliglity'soiled, but it. will pay you to wash them at the White Sale.Prices. White Sale Bargains in the Art and Drapery Department White Scrims " and Swisses Reduced. 30c Quality, Sale Price. 23c 50c Quality, Sale Price. . 41c 05c Quality, Sale Price. 56c $1.00 Quality,' Sale Price S3c White Art Linens and I luck Toweling Reduced. 40c Value, White Sale. 65c Value, White Sale. . 25c Value, White Sale.. $1.00 Value, White Sale. $1.25 Value, White Sale $1.13 $1.50 Val., White Sale. $1.39 Embroidery Packages Re duced off on all Embroidery Packages, including gowns, combinations, and , infants' wear. ' Stamped Linen Towels, Dresser Scarfs and t Center Pieces Reduced. 50c Value; White Sale. . 39c 75c Value, White Sale. . 61c $1.00 Value, White Sale. 79c $1.50 Value, White Sale $1.21 $2.00 Value, White Sale $1.59 Short lengths of Silkolino 15c per yard. Regular 20c quality, enough in a piece for at least one side of a comfort. WHITE SALE WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WHITE HOSE I2.no While Hone, Salo Price $1.75 While Itosc, Sale Price $1,116 While Hose, Snle Price $1.60 While .Tloso, Sale Price $1.25 White Hose, Sale Price nnc White Hose. Sale Price.. 6"c While; Hose, Sale Price... 36c Whitn Heap, Halo Prire . . While Hone, Sale Price . . 26c Wliilo Hose, Sale Price . . I.HO SI.aH f.i:i . Kit; . lac . :ilc . 27n . 2-C wirn'rc t.i.ovF.s p.i;in cr:i We have just received a new Hhip- inrnl- of while fcioveH, thcae we have' opened up and put. on sale Willi Ihn rest, of our white fclovc stock at the following reductions: $2.60 White Gloves, Sale Price. 2.2-T $2.26 While Gloves, Halo Price. SL'.OII $2.00 White Gloves, Salo Price. $!. $1.50 While Gloves, Sale, Price. $I.:S." $1.25 While Gloves, salo Price. t.i:i $1.00 While Gloves, Sale Price . . . !MI 75e While Gloves, Hale Price..-. OKc 66c While Gloves, Kale Price... r.tti; THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE owers $? the lev vt ily nluler 1 )our fauince. I'lfJll' MAN THEM I'MD Allu Cnrimtluus, Violet. . tj. GEO. HOOKER J lor lot. I'tMiii til. Free Lollverr (JERSiAN HALL SAT.Jan.26 The Usual Good Time For All Pendleton Orchestra (Fletcher's) 17 MOTION PICTURE NEWS What the Picture Thpalern Uavp to Tell .You. ALT A r HIDAY-SATI liOA V. hurley i;;i.v in Tlirniiiij; Si rrc ii I Islit due tf tlif most Uirilllit, p'TL'T-n fiirlitrf of tln year to In seen In "TJif Sun of J J Is FatiiL-r. '' w hie h is a lipt'.'.niriK at t lie A It a t heater .jlny. Thi s Is Hie first F:i i auiou nt produr inmif under llif d ii ':t ion of Thomas l. I n-c in which rlcvt-r yountr Charles Rnv has appeared and that versutii'' young ta r Is one of the combatant." needUs to add the victorious one rr;cii i,r;.r ctrij is i;asv to ri:i;vi;r reach Irnf curl may he presented by a tiiuiiUt thotoUKh sprayhiK in the win ter before lite leaf and bloss'Hii bud e ven begin to opin, says H. J. iJar.sH, I'lant ruflittlugi&L at O. A. C. The first favorable? opportunity for spray itiK should be taken immediate! advan tage ff. JSoi'deaux mixture i the iiiom 1 effective materia 1 to use. but many (jrow ers have secured excellent re Multa from lime-Htilphur. The spray should coat ever bud on t he tr'-e thoroughly. Utherwife results will be imperfect. .Many growers fail to con trol tho trouble bcc:iuse they wait too lony: until the buds begin to open. It is then too late. When uncontrolled this dlseuM destroys the attacked foli age, stunts the tree or even kills it and causes partial or total crop failure. Every owner of pea'.h trees should feel it hi patriotic duty to fnrcn his tree to b ar the best crop possible in litis, 'i Ii-- spraying must ho done and done in I tin-. Directions for pre paring the rprny for leaf curl will bo .sent free on application to the Oregon AKiieultuial ft i! kv., t'oivallis. , iwvuai: wati ;tri:oT sammkns laiin ShlppUi-4 at San I Vuncls4 u Ienai (l by IM inking JMuccs. S A X I' 1 1 A Nc ' I S ' , Jan. 2 "i . Th e f.-hipowin-r association of the Pacific eoiist. in conjunction with the sailors uniMi, todav filed a request with tho federal authentic asking that lJ sa loons on t he San Francisco water front be closed by 1 he govei nnient. as they t w ere a menace to t he country and obstructed, the handling ot cargo- ynd the manning of ship.'' mm Pcnina casos (ho burden of tho housekeeper by keep. in4 away the daniter of illness . resulting from colds, coujlha. ortB Indiiiestlon.clue to catarrhal condU Hon. Jt siwedily re lieves and overcomes these. Its tonic properties build up the Btrcnilth of the physically weak and run down, and lt use in "onvnlrncen. e racially slier Sri A Is irmrkMy bcrll. KEEP IT ON HAND Th wine honntkMncr h Frmna on hnod for inntueovDlli irrhl troiihlosdoniKitaM lor rrillr mi iini!lnitlon. A doo or two in tlins olioo prevents a Ions illoeM. Liquid or taiUel (orm. Mannlin Taulolt. re a tplendld laxstlve lor liomi! u-.- Ad the dniKitUt THE PERUNA COMPANY LslumDuf. vnm MAKK 1 Al.fiK Itia'OUT TJ.OM ti make a fi'lony the circulation of tnlse ropurtH which nilKht orMtruvt Ihc H.ilo of ituverniiieiit Bi-curltlos. SORENESS, PAIN, ACHING JOINTS no n't sniKit: i:i;i.n:r roMF.s TIIK MOMKXT YOr Ki n VlTI oi.n "sr. siACoim uxruENT i:iection tti Vote on l iiioii "High Sclmol W ill IW Held I cbmary r; lOvon (nntrrnii tit With li)Cliiiotii (East Drfgnnhut Spectiil ) PILOT ItnoK. Jatu. art. th? Muidiei-s of thin vicinity- huve pnt ehas cd tho Colltns AvaiplTjOVr' Jivt , below Ihc depot here The building will be ' remodeled and lure bint built for lintulHng grain hi bulk. Tho consid eration wuh around' $'.1ot)0. The ware- ; house hu been run for never.il years I hy Knil Kg:gerth. ; Owen Carnes and wllu have ihoved Into their home buck of the old Stur tevunt bt(l!'dtn. Fred Moea niul Wuller Smith were ( I'tisiness visitors at Helix ThurHday. KIchhIoh on fob. Mli. . Tho coinmitteo appointed Koine : time avo to take ehuyt of the ; special htfih school election, met ; Thursday evening and set Februnry ' tith an a day for that purpose. The ', petitions from all the dlstrietH ure.lu and everything looks fuvorublo foi il hi;h school here. ' j Mrn. IdA Kussell has returned lroin j Salem, Oregon, where nh fhis been ; Hpondinpr nlnt -vacation ' A-baby Kill welKhlim 8 1- pounds' , . s wa born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank WAKHI.vriTOX. Jan. fw Shippe of Pkinh: Monday mornlns : vort wa voted by the h,i to M..- !,illlin iinfib i .h v,,,,,,., f , Judieftiry committee? today of tho bin Mrs. 11. jr. Mcltoyuolds. l.'von ( umcrtni 111. A tclesram has ben received here snyin0 Kvon Cameron, one of the j Troop 1 boys, is very ill with pneu ' nionia. Mrs. Cameron hau been back east visiting with her hu.sband nud is now ret urn in k here. Several ef forts have been made to locate heron the road but ull have proved fruitless so fur. A letter was received Wednesday from Archie Homl, who Is in I-ondon lwij;laiul. o started from a V. B. port December 13 and says they w'cre j on the water fifteen days llo aays 11 is almost spiinstime in Kngtuml but pretty cold most of the tlmo j. C Scbarpf was a Pendleton vis itor Monday. Mrs. Corn Knotts amf dauuhtrr, At- 1 fa, we.ro in town from the HmlLh i niueh Tuesday i Robert boy Ion Is s -ending a few days 'with his sister, MiV. W. R Cas-j tfei. ; t JcorKft Shei nian was a vistor hrc Wednesday. ' Vick Rfiumapenux was transact In a business hor Wednesday. J. V. Klter was in town Thursilay. ; Clara Scharpf, who Is teaching hi ; the flilUam school house, attended ; the'dancti here Wednesday nlht. i W arehouse Is tn tlIJiitr. A laige warehouse Is brim: built behind the bank and will be used by I , Mr, Uracher for hardware stora6 ' Charles Wilson has charge of th l work. j Jack II oil (tcs and wife motored to Pe n die t n n W d n esd a y . Mrs. Vera Haukln Is assist! mr with1 ! tho work at the telephone office this; week. j Mr. Lynch, traveling .nlesman for , ; Chancellor and Lyons of Portland. ' ! paid the llond Auto Co. a visit Wed- ; 1 nesday. . , ! Itobert Simpson nf the Simpson ! Auto Co.. in Pendleton, was a visitor ; her Wednesday. Ifarold Maloney of Pendleton, was j hero Wednesday. ( ' Tho Alpine Yodlers entertained a , largo audience in the opera house' Monday evntntf. This was the last i i number on the lyceum course for this f season. Durlnff an intermission In th! ! concert, M. D. Oranne raised twenty- j eiKh't dollars fof a charitable purpose ; Frank Kopp was a business visitor t here Monday. I Charley Xelson. Butter cree-I ; rancher, was here Tuesday. ! Mr and Mrs. Xate Macomber have returned to their homo here after a short honeymoon trip. Dunce Is llf Success. Tho dance Riven here Wednesday niffht was a decided success The mu sic was furnished by the Anderson sis ters of1 Pendleton. A fcire crowd was present. Don't stay sore, stiff and Jam' Limber up! Hub soothing, pcnctrnl I lug "tit. Jacobs Liniment" right In : your achintr muscles, Joints -and pain ! ful nerve. It's the quickest . surest ! pain relief on earth. It Is absolutely' j harmless and doesn't burn the skin. , ; "St. Jacobs Liniment" conquer s pain- It Instantly take away any achn ! soreness and siiffincss hi the head, J ' nt ek shoulders, buck, let?s, arms, fin- -Hers or any part of the body nothing . : like it You tdmply pour, a little in j your hand and rub "where II hurls." ; and relief conic Instantly. Don't jstuy crippled! Get a small trial hot- j tie now from any drug store. It never I disappoints six gold modal awards. m laioir WATER 1K05Y COBSHJSXnOH &ys w can't help but look batter and feel better after an Inside bath. To bmk one's bet and feel one's best Is to enjoy a n Inside bath each morning to flush from the system , the previous tiny' waste, sour fermen tations and poiKonoiiH toxins before ' It Is absorbed Into tho blood. Just as coal, when It burns, leaves IVehlnd a certain h mount of Incombustlbilft ' material in the form of ashes, no tho foot! and drink taken each day IcifvA In the alimentary organs a certain amount of Indigestible material, which If not elim iua ted, form toxins and poisons which tire then sucked Into tho blood through the very ducts which are Intended to suck In only nourishment t ristain the body. If you wu nt to see the glow of hen It'hy bloom In yur cheeks, to seo your skin get clearer and clearer, you are told to drink every morning upon nr ltd jig. .a .glass of hot water with a Hefore the dance the tfa.spoonful of limestone phosphate In entertained six Anderson sisters largo audience with and singing at the opera house. ; Dr. H. H. flattery of Pendleton, made a professional call in Pilot Rock Monday morning. Marvin Roy has been ill tho past ; week with a mild attack of appendi citis. Jda Kid ridge went to 1 'endleton ' Friday to meet her friend, Miss Leah I Percy of Hermlston. who attended the j basket ball game there Friday night it. which Is a harmless nieam' of wash- i-;x-i'ki:mii;i: is .iaiij:d . j 1 i music dancing 1 ',lfT tne waste material and toxfns rrom the stomach, liver, kidneys una bowels, thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary tract, before putting more food into tho stomach. Men and women with sallow skins, liver spots, pimples or pallU! com plexion, also those who wake Tip with headaches, bilious spell. acid stom ach ,or consthmtlon should begin thW phosphuted hot water drinking mid nre assured of very pronounced results In one or two weeks. A quarter pound of limestone phos phate costs very little at tho drug store but is sufficient to demonstrate that Just as soap and hot water r cleanses, purifies and freshens tho "kin on the outside, so hot water and imestono phosphate act on the Inside oi guns We must always " consider flint internal sanitation !s vastly morn important than outside cleanliness, because the skin pores do not absorb Impurities Into the blood, while tho bowel pores do. For that Nutty Kich Taste : ir: J5LYI)KNSTi:iNS DIETARY MUSH Ask your Grocer. The richest, most nu tritious part of corn and wheat. Kx-Premicr Joseph Cnillaux of F" ranee has been jailed for treason, and it is believed information sent by Secretary of State Lansing supplied the evidence the Flench government ; needed. He hud been long suspected. !The definite charges again! him ;were that he was a" confederate of Polo Paslui, ' THtCtDj-lf-UABLB.' HEMEDyFORMEN. AT YOUrr DRUGGIST.