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raUlafctd fatly o4 Heml-Weeklj at
aietoo, Orefou, by tlie
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Entered at the noatofflca at Iodletoa,
Ofacu, aa aeeond-claaa mall matter.
VatapboM
ON 8ALH IN OTHKR CITIES
lapcrlal Hotel Nwa stand, Portlaa.
boamaa Jawa Co, Portland, Qnra.
ON Flt.B AT
rtilraM Bureau. tw Security Bolldtaf.
Aaablncton, U. C Bureaa SOI
taeath Street, N. W.
Faar-
Dally, all month! by mall..
tJaliy, three monthe by Dill..
"y. oaa month, by mall..
Dell. Bne ar h rarrlr
la'ly. ais months, b carrier...
Dally, three monthe. by carrier..
yeiij. one DtontD, ny carrier
semi-weekly, one year, by mall
Semi-Weekly, alx monthe. by oaal!..
8emi-U'eekly. four montba. by mall
15 00
8.60
1.25
.60
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SATlTtOAY NIGHT.
riarlnu the little hats oil In a
- , row, ,.
"Keafly for church on 'the mor-
'? ---row. yon know;
-Va.!sh1ngr 'v.ce faces and .little
lilack fists,
CleitinR them ready and fit to
, .be kissed;
Putting them Into clean gar-
. ments and vhite,
That Is what mothers are dn-
Ing tonight.
the American public has thus
far shown a very high standard .
of honor in the matter of con-!
jservatidn, and its efficiency in,
j saving, increases as fast as it(
understands the needs and!
learns the facts. To assume j
that there will be normal sup
plies of sugar, cream, milk,
ice and other materials used in!
this industry, or that the weak-1
Iness of human nature can bej
counted upon, is tc? build hopes!
!upon an absolutely false basis.
(The nation has already tight
ened its belt on wheat, beef,
pork, fats, sugar, fuel, elec-:
tricity, transportation. It will'
idraw its-belt a notch tighter,
when the soft-drink season
iopens it both wants to and!
iwill have to.
That is the whole truth. !
STRIPPED D(NVfOR ACTION, IS THE WAY YOU'LL FIND OUR STORE. THE BIG SALE CALLS TO THE PEOPLE OF PEN
DLETON TO HEED ITS MESSAGE BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE. TOMORROW, BE ON HAND AS NEW THINGS ARE ADDED
EACH DAY AS SOON AS SOME LINES ARE SOLD OUT. WE URGE YOU NOT TO NEGLECT TOMORROW'S OPPORTUNITY!
Buy '"Thrift Stamps" from the savings
made during our Clearance Sale. '
Creeping so softly to take a last
e . peep
Silence--the to'ken of childhood's
sleep;
Anxious to know If the dear ones
are warrn:-'
Tuckbnn the blanket around each
little form; ,
Kiting- each little face .rosy
and bright,
Thai tsiwhat mothers are doing
tonight.5
- ; ' Washington Star.
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PAYMENTS
AQLE
PREFER-
TI F the present arrangement
J is not changed the coun
try will have a federal tax
bill of something over two
billion dollars to pay on June
15. It is a heavy sum to pay
and falls due at a poor time of
the year for agricultural regi
ons. It would be easier for
farming sections to meet the
federal payments in the fall.
THE
FIGHTING WILL
THICK
BE
c1
HERE are unmistakable!
signs that the' decisive
battles of the war will be :
fought this year upon the
western froht. The German
warlords have promised their i
people a victorious offensive in :
the west. They know theyj
must get that victory within
the next six months or they!
will not get it at all. Tremen-!
dous attacks may be anticipate
ed soon. The Teutons mayj
make some headway. They
may be held as by a stone wall, i
Time will tell. That the allies;
will be able to hold against the
Hindenburg attacks is confi-
dently felt by our generals and
I there seems good ground fori
J the belief. If they do it will be '
(but a matter' of weeks or!
(months until they will do more
Ithin hold the foe. With new
arriving constantly ;
from America the allies will be
There are many who believe.! i
. i tforces
Liidu tx i w u pi,y mem pi ail
t-n- u i liable to sweep forward against
y"J?7lWllj? foe. When they do that
.Oregon. Let the taxpayer pay
half of his tax in June and the
remaining half in the fall. - It
would be a popular move and
a logical one should the gov
ernment by regulation extend
until fall the payment of half
the rricrhey to be due on federal
ta,xes this year.
TIGHTENING THE BELT
ya HE following is suggest
ed by the federal food
administration and the
predictions made are therefore
based on knowledge of what
the administration plans for the
coming- summer : j
i rrom now unui nexi narvesi
the world will tighten its belt.
The allied countries in Eu
rope Will do it as a matter of
'grim necessity, and we Amer
icans will do it as a moral ob
ligation. If all the food in the allied
countries and North America
were brought together now it
would come decidedly short of
feeding the nations on a peace
time basis.
We have the balance of
the Prussian promise of victory
upon which alone now rests
the stability of their empire
will be broken and the German ;
people will know that the iHn
denburg promise cannot be
fulfilled. . It is then-the kaiser,
will have real trouble with his-;
subjects. Apeople do not re-:
volt against'a successful gov
ernment but they will rpse
against a government that :
brings upon them defeat and !
death when victory and peace;
were promised.
In the meantime the duty of i
the allies is to see that no stone
is left unturned. The fighting
is going to be thick and Amer
ica will be called upon to save
the day. Every energy abroad :
and at home should be bent to
that purpose.
GEORGETTE CREPE $1.49
. This includes every shade of Georgette
.crepe we have in the house Suitable for
dresses, sleeves and trimmings; finest quality
ana 4u mcnes wiae. rceguiar price at $2.00
yard. Clearance Sale, yard $1.49
BLACK SILKS
An opportunity to purchase a dress, waist
or skirt of black taffeta, satin or messaline at
a big reduction.
$3.00 Quality, Clearance Sale ..... $2.28
$2.50 Quality, .Clearance Sale... $1.95
$2.00 Quality, Clearance Sale. ........ $1.61
$1.75 Quality, Clearance Sale . . . . . $1.39
.$1.50 Quality, Clearance Sale $1.18
$1.25 Quality, Clearance Sale 97c
LOT 1 SILKS $1.53
An assortment of plain and fancy silks of
taffeta and satin finish. These are very styl
ish for the coming season. Can be. made up
of same or in combination. Silks worth from
$1.75 to $2.25 yard. Clearance Sale. . .-. . $1.53
LOT FANCY CHIFFON 69c
Worth from $1.25 to $2.00 yard. Used for
trimmings and waists so much this season.
Some plaids and some floral effects. Only a
small assortment. Clearance Sale.. 69c
FUR TRIMMINGS, 2 Regular Price.
COATING Vi PRICE
Includes all coatings, some light and some
dark, plaids, checks and stripes; 54 inches
wide. Clearance Sale y2 Price.
A most unusual collec-
i tion of dresses at this
small price; advance styles
in taffetas, Georgettes
and messalines. These
dresses are suitable for all
round wear. All colors and
sizes $9.95
PARTY DRESSES
Jtfice line of Party Dresses in maize, white,
black, blue and white. Special i. $9.95
WAISTS
Extra special lot of Georgette, crepe de
chine waists, prices up to $9.95, while they
last $2.98
5&
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Clearance
Sale Georgette Crepe.
Sale Table Linen.
Sale Black Silks.
Sale Fancy Chiffons.
Sale Men's Clothing.
Sale Curtain Scrims. y
Sale Men's Shoes.
Sale Women's Shoes.
Sale Women's Coats.
Sale Party Dresses.
Sale Women's Lingerie.
Etc., Etc.
.Table Damask
Right in the face of the fact that linens are
one of the scarcest commodities in the market
today we are going to give you a big reduction
on Table Damask, in as much as we have a
big stock on hand we are willing to help you
make a big saving. (
T.'tc quality Clearance Sale .
$1.00 quality, Clearance Hale .
$1.25 quality. Clearance Sale
?l..r,0 quality, Clearance ;-'ale '.
. 50c
. 78c
. 7C
Stl.lM
?2.0l) quality. Clearance Rale .y l.Ol
S2.50 quality, Clearance Sale 1.95
$.T.no quality. Clearance Sale 2 27
$:i.B0 quality. Clearance Sale ' 2.78
7"c quality,
$1.00 quality,
$1.25 quality.
NAPKINS
Clearance Sale
Clearance Pale
Clearance Sale
COATS
Sacrificed
Cloth Coats with large fur
collars, plenty of large si
zes; values up to $65.00,
now $35.00.
Charming Coats of rich seal
plush; values to, $45.00,
now $25.00
Cloth Coats in this group on
sale as long as they last;
values to $35, now $19.50
One lot of Coats in black,
navy and mixture in good
' all wool materials. . . . 98c
LADIES' SUITS
The Prices are lower than ever; Save on Suits
This is a' wonderful opportunity. ,
We are not quoting any former prices in
this advertisement you e the judge.
Nothing we might say would convey the
magnitude of th,ese bargains. While they
last $13.93
TOWELS AND TOJVELING
Every towel and every yard of toweling re
duced during this sale.
10c quality. Clearance Sale 80
12 l-2c quality, clearance fc'ale 9c
r7c
. . 78c
95i-
$1.50 quality. Clearance Sale I.I8
$1.75 quality. Clearance Sale 1.39
$2.50 quality, Clearance Sale 1.9S
$3.00 quality. Clearance Sale . 1.-19
$3.50 quality, Clearance Sale
$4.00 quality, Clearance Sale : 1-. . . 3.10
ti.il) quality, Clearance Sale il.n.l
Clearance Sale f. 12c
Clearance Sale IBc
Clearance Sale Ilac
Clearance Sale , 21c
We wrap and mail packages for you.
No trouble. '
$5.00 quality. Clearance Sale 3.95 I
$6.00 quality. Clearance Sale 4.91
$6.50 quality. Clearance Sale , 5.29
$7.00 quality, Clearance Sale ''. 5.9-1
$7.50 quallty.Clearance Sale 6.39
$8.00 quality. Clearance Sale '. fl.95
$3.00 quality. Clearance Sale 7.85
$10.00 quality, Clearance Sale 8.15
15 quality.
20c quality.
22c quality.
25c quality,
30c quality. Clearance Sale ,,
j5c quality, Clearance Sain .
40c quality. Clearance Sale .
50c quality, Clearance Sale .
65c finality, Clearance Snle .
75c quality. Clearance Sale .
85c quality. Clearance Sale .
$1.00 quality. Clearance Stile
$1.25 quality. Clearance Sale
$1.60 quality, Clearance Salo
quality. Clearance Sato
2 to
28o
. . . 32!
. . .llo
. . . 52c
. . . 5c
. . .
. . .78
, . .7
.11.18
.SI. 52
28 YEARS AGO
(Fron
Oregonlan
the Daily Kast
March 5 1S0)
Ex-Judge John J. Balleray I prn-
mln,nllv menllnn.H n remihlican
food. The allied nations havejcanldate for supreme judge.
the present balance of fighting!
Strength. Food is fuel fori Wiley Frazier mourns the losa of a.
fighters. It does not belong to'60 cow whlch entered bovlne hMVCT:
tr. ik. I 1 .today.
this, and will see that they get! Pearl Bowman has 4000 sheep on
it. ' the repain place below Pendleton.
These things being so, it is," l08t only 200 nead thls winter but
mtoroeiincr coo on (nl,.0tili required 125 tons of hay and 100
.i.-i.- .lu ... ! ...... '. tons of M
jute mat 01 manuiaciunng ana
Htraw to save his band.
A stairway is being built at the rear
of the Hotel Pendleton for the pake of
convenience and for use as a fire es
cape if necessary.
distributing soft drinks react to
the situation.
Just now soft drinks are
passing through the dull part
4Vioifa TOO f Kn m rt r 11 4" -. 11 a
x 'uio uui- XeW8 reached here today that a box
ers and dealers are looking 'car loaded with barley that had been
ahead three months to the be-Utandmg for aome time on the slde-
irinning of hot weather. Sonie!lrack n-ar as blown up Kv
of them wonder "How far will
it
m m a. w jr. arse - w
We sell Express Money Orders.
Our Delivery System is free; it is at
your service.
SERVICE
the rood Administration go in
cutting down nonessentials?"
Others argue that, even if the
food administration pledged
the public to decreased con
sumption of soft drinks, the
giant powder Monday night by some
Holiness miscreant.
cleaned
ago
tip the state about 16 years
2, XVV l-,
Town-
Some people think that Fire Chief
rtlngold looks like nob Stanfield.
H. J.
ltes-
Do you know anything good for
department: If so phone it to
Eust Oregonlan.
thin
the
DO YOU KNOW-
REALTY TRANSFERS V
Eggerth. $1 7,450. Lot 1
Lot 1. 2. SW 1-4. Section
ship 1, north, range 32.'
Florence I.. JJerkeley et ux to
Cheney, $1 Lot -6, 7, lilock 113
crvation addition.
It. J. OTiryant to Owen F. Jones.
$1. .Mete and bound description. 'SW
1-4 NK 1-4 section 32, township 5
north, range 2!.
Kdward V. Kelly to John Krenier.
$10. X 1-2 Section 9, SW 1-4 section
1 township 5 north, range 34.
when
keep the
That Will Wyrick was at one timej
star athlete In the Pendleton high I
public would not
nladcro M-Vien hnt f t Vi t. r
came. By far the greater sec-, ch"oK
tion of this industry, and the; Twemv V(.arii a opratlons
Wiser, however, IS Studying, rare; ,,,,lv had appendicitis
the facts With a View to sane cream was five cents a pint.
adjustment and conservation.!
The food administration is ''r ,F- K- ,.!"'d"" "nc 8 cm,n,y
4,. ... ... ,, school superintendent.
not cutting out nonessentials j
: that has already been done! Ten years from now airplanes may
V the World Shortage Of food. ' h" thicker around Pendleton than
They do not have to be cut out. :' !,"s '" v""-
because they have disappeared.' , ar, ,.,,(lIey wa B member- f the
lor Keeping ItS pledge, JAIlany li.lUxr f.,ot-a:l team that
)
IHcls.
Walter W. Webster to A. W. Gray.
: $1 Mete and bound description,
were 1 secton 3. township 3 north, range 29.
anr ! I'eer Krlser. et ux, to William i:.
I Klngold, $400, mete anfl bound de
scription, lot 4, blk 13, Haley's addi
tion, Pendleton.
Anna Schmidt et vir to Claud Mey
ers. $600. s - SB 1-4, Section 2.
township 3 north, range' 2:.
Charles F. Van Ie Water t ux. to
I'. A. Clark, K 1-2 NW 1-1 SW 1-4
:tion- 21. township fi nortli. ran','::
35.
. . Kinl il. Temple ct ux to Liull W.
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PERSONAL AND NEWS
NOTES FROM ECHO
( Kast reonian Special.) j
K('lir, M;.rch 5. W. M. Hil'lreth
of North Y;iklma. Wash. Ifft hfre to- '
)xy for a visit to Portland. While I
fln route h- was visitlnK with his
ei anddauKhf r, Mrs. "K M. Sams. Mr.
Hilrlr'-th Is 3 yt-nfm of a?.
MIhh Neva Hays of Hepi'm-r rainr
ovor last Hamrtlay on a vNIt hire,
with fr!-rvl. Shp.nmo by train anil
rt-turii
hll-.
Mrs. W. II. Worlcy
i.iornlng for Ashluml,
left
iinrlaj'
lo. join
I her husband who left here abrtit a
; week ao with a carload of mixed
j freight, livestock, farm implement
and household koVmIs. Mr. and Mth.
! Worley expects to lliake their home
! In Ashland.
Miss Orace Kelly of Low Anpelen,
'al , Is here visiting with her ulster,
Mrs. Nelson Taylor.
Hismark .Hcholl and family -of
Walla V.'alla visited in Kcho on ifiin-
day.' .
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Sams have niov- J
ed from the Webb cottage on Ipjck- j
ley Htreet to the tieorge cottage on i
Kennedy Btreet
Mr. and Mrs. Italph Singer are
moving Into the house Just vacated.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Smith ga.ve a)
pleasant party Saturday evening at '
their home nt this place. j
James Mcf'orty Is home from an
extended visit in Portland.
Mrs. I- T. Oeorge left yesterday on
No. 17 fur Portland for a week's visit, j
ol. J If. Haley was In Kcho yes
terday. B
Mrs. Mary Uowman returned Sun
'ny to her home In Pendleton a ftei
visiting a f-w 'ars here with fr fends.
Mrs. K. W. Hamiiian left Kcho yes
terday Join her husband who is
stationed at the Indianapolis army f of
earn p.
Miss Lillian Jackson of Corvallis Is
teaching here In the high school in
the place made vacant hy Mrs. Ham
man's resignation. M Iss Jaelison be
gan her work Monday morning.
Maple Uike Npvorn I vnn f I
. ,rw,io IIJjt.-r
, oo-Kiing me nusiness
serious-
ItOY i:
WANTS TO UK
AN A MKIt I CAN
HA II M ATlCIUAIi VI T
IN (.KltMAN
I
I'l'AXKS
spy
WARHINOTOIV. March R.- Cnrle
Sam can have the services of a per
fectly good spy If he wants them.
Peter Itivers, aged 17 years, of Mil
plo Lake, Minn., says so.
Writing to I', S. Marino Corps
headquarters Peter said, among nth
j er things, "Vm too young to be a sea
soldier but I can be the best spy you
ever saw. Send nie alonx a spy's
badge and a Coifs 45 and I'll go right
to work. I've read history and my
only regret is that I haven't nine
liven like a cat so that I could give
them all to my country.'"
In expressing appreciation of Pe
ter's c; fer of service. t he Marine
Corps authorities advised hltn to keep
on playing "HI Fpy" with the boys '
been
WASHINGTON, Mnrch B
jnptured Herman airplanes
brouKht to tins COuntrv for
"tody by aviation experts re
veal that the (iermans are us
lnK materials very Inferior to
the standards set tor American
planes, and apparent!, ,lre vory
short of sprme and lli'n.
'The Winn beams of the Her
man planes were made of thin
Pieces, smo of thorn less thun
an Inch In thickness, which had
P"l IciL-Hhw nl,h i....
and nulls. Hpe,.fi,.atons for
American planes reuulro a solid
beam of the fst and tKh.
est spruce. Wl of the ,!cr.
man planes are covered with a
.I . ioin instead of the
P'oved li i.
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