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HA1LV EAST ORKGOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ' TUESDAY, MAY 14, 19 1 8. i;k;ht pages Corns fo Pendleton's Greatest Department Store and Get the Best for the Price No Matter Mjiat the Price: PRETTY STYLES AND GOOD VALUES In Smart New Suits That wfil impel thoughtful women to bay :h fu lyjJ ir J - Aside from the desire ta dress in har mony with the season, there's a very im portant reason why you should buy your new suit NOW. There is an. unusually acute crisis in the woolen market. , , -' : The government is taking the entire output of most of the woolen fabric mills of the country. A little later on it will be practically impossible to procure all-wool garments. Prices will rise while quali ties will decline. Present styles will be good throughout the entire summer season and early falL Our present shewing includes scores of those new and -smart styles and extra good values that wise, welt dressed wom en will appreciate., , . We are offering some most remarkable values in women's suits at prices ranging from $19.75 to 65.00 Have You Bought Thrift Stamps? today! Don't wait! KAYSER UNION SUITS are for women who appreci ate well tailored perfect fit ting undergarments. Hade of the best quality yarns possible consistent with the price asked for these, they are at all times an economi cal buy for every woman. ' Made in flesh color and white, low neck, sleeveless, tight or umbrella knee styles, some with Italian silk tops. Prices vary from 73c suit to $2.5(1 -If: - r: ! If !" 1,! NEW JfOVELTY VOILES arrived yesterday; plaids with large dote hi renter that will makfl very striking costumes, others are silk striped, mostly plaids. Now is the time to make your selection while stocks are at their very best. Yard sac to ssc. THE TWO IX ONE U3IERELLA for "Rain or Sunshine is acknowledged the smartest thing in the way of parasols for. any occa sion where one is;, neces sary. Colors are . green navy, gray, brown, black, .purple and taupe. Prices $15Q to $10.00. TV.- ' -rl - f-T- OVER THE NORTHWEST j WillyS " ; a n ftrs rrt ai until 1 1 r: fV - i - ' V.a. Khifjht NEWS XOTFS mOM FEXDI-KTOX'S ECONOMY MARKET. Ratal-day was the greatest day the nsri nirr- ha ever experienced. Greatest number of customers, great est number ot sales, greatest amount of receipts, greatest variety of bar. sains, greatest number of salespeople Means something, doesn't it? A customer asked as Monday. "Why do you sell Outing Flannel for lie per -yard when everybody else Is selling it for 15c. 20c and ISc." Our answer is this: -We sent the big lot down here to sell at 11c and this price only until it is aU sold. ( ' Looks as though we are wholesalers in Women's Waists instead of retail ers, have been selling them" five and six to a family. Here3 an awful hard problem there are seven steps down into the Bargain Basement, if a pair of shoes costing eight dollars up and down Main street and you can get that same pair down in the' Basement for S4.9S, how much have you saved on every ttep Don't complain if you find a pret tier knit sweater snort coat ' in tho Bargain Basement than the one you have bought elsewhere. They arc prettier and lower priced here. Plenty of good help means easier shopping for you. No long waits in the Bargain Basement. " Good quick service. Look out for your judgment give It a chance to exercise itself freely. Visit the Bargain Basement. When -You See Our New NECKWEAR You .will be as enthusiastic about it as we are. Beauti ful collars and sets' of or gandy, Georgette crepe, pique and satins, the finest of qualities in the latest styles, hand finished. There is nothing like it elsewhere in Pendleton. Prices 59c to $2.50. ; "PURE FOOD SHOP" ' Cleanliness Economy '. '' Service'"'" ' '""'"" PHONE 15. Home Grown Strawberries, the first of the season to arrive in Pendleton, the box ................ 25c Home Grown Asparagus, 2 pounds 25c Florida Grape Fruit, extra fancy quality, 3 for. . 50c T. P. W. Special Blend, the best 35c coffee on earth. Olympic Olive Sauce and Mayonnaise, let your next order be Olympic, bot 45c Buy pexbletonS greatest department store 1 1 where" IT PAYS TO TRADE Have You Bought Thrift Stamps? 3uy today! Don't wait! When vou drive a Willys- ' GUARD HOTS fSuSlS , L-. i- Valve Motor holds every r.,K-rtUxn..r.. May ..-.. world's record for length ot regiments or Oregon Guard have been j nin, pOWCr prOUUCeu, 30 crttued. with William '. North a j nf wpar and lack Of carbon deposit. All the London omnibuses are equipped with the Sleeve VoWo, Ulnf-nr NnW. all thfiKfl The Fir-t Regiment of the Oregon!." - quard.; composed of a battalion IniDUSeS anU Uie IfiOUbailUS Ui Portland and one In Palem, Is official- 1 0ker aUt0mobile3 manUfaC, ly attached to the National Guard ot , " 1 i , fregon and Its members will ba i.nl-'tUred m England are eqUip ped with the Sleeve-Valvo Motor. - . ' The ' Sleeve-Valve ! Motor carries the prestage of being the finest in the world. Call, see and talk about colonel In command, by general or ders issued by Acting Adjulanl-Gen-4eral John M. Williams. Second In - coiumaftd. la Major Andrew T. Wool. pert, who is elevated to the rank of llt'Uten&nt-colonel. ' Sl i:M tl:lVK IL4S NOT 'nine the war. Herr Vogtheir. inde- ' UltOl UX l'KM t JfEAItER" ,'potident socialist, declared in the - ... . j relchstag. "After 15 months submarine ' AMSTERDAM, May It Com-.warfare has not brought peace nearer, menun on Admiral Von Capalle's! Meanwhile we continue to destroy ton declaration that submarines are win-.nage needed following the war." Thoroughly Renovated Satisfaction Guaranteed ;A Respectable Place to Stop if I Daily Chats With y the Housewife &&yLr i ( Cereal in nn n r J1IQ LJOtlQl Under New Management J. P.. SHERER, Prop. Telephone 301 v ' 639 Cottonwood Sfc Pendleton, Oregon; Breakfast. Meatless) - Hiicea iiananas over Top Milk Crown Bread Toant . Butter Fried Mush Maple Syrup Milk Coffea . Luncb. Savory Potatits . Brown Bread . Pickls (home canned) Ginger Bread Apple, Bauce 1M iiner . .Creamed Peas over Salmon Loaf,. G lamed Fwwt Potatoes Pickles Oeft from lunch) Froth Graham Rolls (Bake today) Home Canned Peaches Milk Tea (Balada) Amber Corn Gems " ! fitter Glner Bread Puddlnff (From leftover Kiner breiidy Milk Tea Breakfan Stewed Prunes Graham and Bran Mush Potato and Rtce Balls (From leftovers) ih War veterans of Portland and Ha lem. The iwrsonnH ar presewt num bers 7 men and officers. 1 Kach company fs toeing ordered to recruit 'up to a siren7th of n men. m-hich wilt approximately d.nihle th aggre-gnte- Colonel North, the new commander bv virtue of an election ami commis sion. Is a Bpanish war ret-ran. former lieutenant and adjutant of the Ore gon Guard and buKinets nwin of Port land L,leutenanl-Colunel -Wriolpert of Salem, served In the Sanieh-Am-erfean war with Con.pnv M of the Third OrJson at the Mexican border. He has been Identified with the Guard company- at ftalem since Its In ception.' - Wreck oa SuniMer VlUy- BAKER. Or., May 14. Ten per sons were Injured two seriously, but probacy not fatally, today when a 8 u m pt er Valley Ra il way motor-ca r collided with an -Oregon Lumber Company engine traveling over the Sampler Valley tracks from Austin. The motorcar was en route to taker from Ratosvllle, George Lelami, r. suffered a brok en leg and Injuries to hn back; Mnrr Alice ieymour, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Humour, itustnlned a brok en le?r and several bruSes. The in jured were attended by a doctur from Austin and were bronchi to the hn pltal here. Misunderstanding of orders by Kn glncer Al Jones Is given as the caune of the accident, The motorcar, which was put In service the first of the month, was in charge of conductor Willtam Spivey and Motorman Chn. Betry. U was completely demullshfd. He licI IVrry. MARSHFIKLD. tre.t May 14, Au toniobiliiUs who take chnnces at the CotuiIle ferry came to grief and their marhlnr-s are dumjted unceremonious ly Into the Coo, u Hie river. The latent victim of speed was Olo Heglle. who attempted to run onto thfc .ferry ss It wsm starting. Knglneer Balrd had cast loone and started the to taste. Add the milk or water and i engine and Heglie's car had the front dot, with butter substitute. Cover j wheels on the apron as the ferry closely jeud. hake, la moderate oven j drew away- The auto hung nn the two hours, iehcioua. j apron for a short distance and then i Ginger Bread Pudding--Two sups j fell back into 15 feet of water, leftover ginger bread broken In pieces. . 2 tablespoons honey, 2 egjt (or 1. Scientist at iuilicr. 1-4 cup suar. 2 cups milk. Scald the! BAKEIU May 1 . Setting up of milk. Beat together the epg yolks and the radio station by the gnvsxntnent sugar and honey, to this mixture add gradually the scalded milk. Pour this ,over the gingerbread which has been placed In a baking dish. Place in a pan of hot water and bake In moder ate oven for about half an hour. Cover jwith meringue mad of beaten whites iof egg-s and brown in slow oven. . IJver Ramekins-Two pounds liver. fomted and equipped at the epen- of the state. ' Battalions at Row-burg and La Grande comprise the Second Regi ment of the guard. Thi3 unit Is rec ognized as t-tate , milUia, "effective April S, il. but remains a separ aie" contingent. ' - These suf-tiM are the first thai defi nitely start the program designed toone 0f these WillyS-Knight tfjgether vlth cavalry and field artll- VarS lery bodies. First Regiment umhT 70. The Flrnt regiment, now an active part of the National Guard of Oregon, has as Its nucleus com pan m o' pan- OVERLAND MM CO. IK-alers Overland and Wlllys-Knlght Motor Cars. - . slS, Johnson Wreet ' ;. . I'Vions Hi JVndlt'ton. Oregon TT t'li of It and can make mywlf under. toKl In ordlntiry raeH, With Im-kI wIbIicm to you nil. Your cotifln. STKfllUN wnoi.unn. For Burning Eczema Greasy salve and ointmrata should not :M applied if good clear skin io wanted, from any druggist (or 35c, or $L(M tor extra large Sue, get a bottle of zctna. When applied as directed it effectively removes eczema,quicky stops itching, and heals skin troubles, also sores, bums, woundsand chafing. It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a cleanv dependable and inexpensive, penetrating, amiaeptie liquid. Try it, as we believa notiiing you Have ever used is as effective and samJyuig. TJia E. V. BassCcv, Cleveland, U DA CHE Don't suffer I Get a dim pack of Dr. Jamef' Hradacbe , ' ' Powders. i Yon eaii clear your heki arnt relieve a dull, splitting or violent thrutbing licnii.i, bo in a moment witk a lh. Jntiips' Dcudorhs Powder. This old time hrsritiehs relief acts alaiutt nai cally. lS..il some on to the drug store now for n.uime patrkaifs and a few bm ments after you tnke s powlr you will won'ler what uecama of the head ache, nruralKia and paia,P Stop salTer inn it's needless. Be sure you get whas you auk for. FEW DROPS AND CORN LIFTS OUT the eclipse of the sun June S wan completed today. Profeiwor Hammond, In chorfte nf the party, said that firt exchinn of siKnuls with government radio sta tion at Arlington, Va., would take place Tuesday alMut 1 a. m. ,4 onions, S tablespoons flour, 1 table- Milk I spoon butter substitute, 2 cups milk, j i parsley, salt and pepper. l use. an leKK when they are not too expensive.) Xow Projwt Heady. KLAMATH FALLS. May 14. A larire cut has now been made near the T .sktrt T? Ivor hr-lrltFA n t Itr inn r a ihrr iifunivT iiuivct fii Ls-novfr wn upmii ,vnop vKeiner onions ana liver ana thB pump for the IrrlKation of the Milk Coffee parsley (as much as desired). P'H j tpo) unit telow the town will he In- Lunch through the food chopper twice. ! ftg!wL farmers In the Hohimza dfH- Baked Macaroni and Cheew Make a sauce by cooking thoroughly j trjct ape Optimiftlo over rheir new meweu lomawi rtye wreaa me nour ana ouiicr suosiuuie. prmiieotn for Irrigation which Cocoa Graham Crackers ;ln the milk, salt and pepper, stirring ! make tm?m independent of the j miner trrefiarea in tvniy ;an unin oi a creamy consistency, rour Liver Ramekins Baked Potatoes , this over the liver mixture. Blend Scalloped Corn ;WeIl and H'ltwnrfm i?tmiTfifn r 'fir w mtnifwmmif?ttmtHtfftimnvmM WrWW'S f Itl i - " : - j 1 - '" J f t - - V. I E :- E i . ' r j r 2 - , t .-; 3 J Breakfast t j (Whaatless) Apple 8auee and Canned Peaches 1 (Left over from Tuesday) r Oatmeal Brown Bread Toast put Into Individual baking ti o Graham Ilread Rellxh (home made) 'cups. Sprinkle the-tops with rrumtim Vrtrjuil iwy ljuy n ILemon Honey Custard, Itaisin Bread I'ake In moderate oven. To this may MSHSCV IS ll&VlTtS Milk Tea be added such lift overs as eorn, peas, , rice or celery. nsval olservatory party here to study j VYS TIIKHK IS X KXCCSK l-Xlfi I l l-Il?vti tXHtNS AX IN. vrrixt ixm.-k.iaw. Sore coins, hard corns, soft corns or Rny kind nf a corn can harmlessly bs llf'nd rlKh tout with the fmfterx If yoti will aiiply directly upon the corn a few drops of frrrxfine, soys a Cincinnati authority. It In claimed that nt small cost one can get a cputrter of an ounco of free sone nt any dniK Htnre. which In suffi cient to rid one s feet of very corn or callus without pnln or soreness or tile cianKer f liifoction. This simple drutc. while stinky, dries the moment It Is applied and dues not Inflame nr even Irrltnlo the surround ing tlKKiie. This announcement will Interest mnny women here, for It Is wild thnt the present hlxh-heel footwear is put, ting corns on practlnilly every wo nts n's feet. will dry i seasons. Heavy Loss in Men Buckwheat Cakes, Maple Kyrup Milk Coffee Lunch Bean Soup Rye Bread Lettuce and Xut Salad with . Mayonnaise Boiled Rice with Milk and Sugar Raisin Bread (Graham) I) Inner Scalloped Oysters Mashed Potatoes Cold Slaw Itcclnea, Savory Potatoes Six onions and VirnikTrtv rvnritvio Tvt enough potatoes, (raw, peeled, and; HAVE SOCIAL -AT MKAC1IAM diced) to make four cups, 1 cup' ' " ""' """r , MKAfJHAM, ore.. May J4.Con- Tmrd Oregon boys In France, nmt hiiraUl' 1 enr, milk Al U.'I1 1 .-r malt . r . . , . -1 : . ; . - . ' - , -. . . . - 11 1 1. u it ii i i lie v. in 111 inn m . i j ott i tr and pepper and butter substitute, tooic Sunday Mav 12th. "Christian Peel and slice the onions, odd to tne Kndeavor Fellowship." Leader. Miss prepared potatoes. Cover these wlthjGrace Barker. A good program was oo'-w a waier ami coos. tr niu rendered. There was a larce num-; ,minuteA Then drain and place in a tyer nt visitors present, including Mrs. A t- baking dish with 1 cup canned toma- uen vll and family. Mrs. Cyrus Bar-. . i.il .:, ,ij , , ... toes, the Darslev and salt and nenoer i ,t u , n- 1 . ' The kairer Is losfnir so many men (that he faces defeat before many , immths according to a letter from i Stephen F. ficollard. one of the old to Ills cousin, Mrs. Ouy o'Melveny. dniich- jter of Judge Thomas Fits Oernld. js The letter In full Is as follows: S American Ex. Forces. 2 April 23, ljl. h.Miiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiunnnrj For the Ixtvcr of Good Thirtffs , All S tne parsley and salt and pepper. h,r and Mr. and Mrs. Ray m and baby, all of Pendleton. n LI f "i . C. 1 1 Motor Co., Inc. Umatilla County, Distributors. The tuS series of high boding joints in "seed thrown snakes power and mileage nrc. Look for the Red Crown sign. ITAKDAR!) OIL COStMltr (i SWrtTBllJ 72Z Cottonwood Street Thone46 A hi(r social fs befns; planned for May 25th to be held at Mr. John 1 rvery one is cor 'barker's residence. huuldblNN H. C Jack, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co., Pendleton, Ore. letter and I have intended answering 5 it every day for two months. ThejH mr nt Interesting things we are not 3 erinlMed to write so there Is not " ! f,..i ,tenl left foe us to out In a let many invited and a good time Is (er .voucneo ior. All week the weather has bees I rainy, just like oreg... . Thnt OUTCKIt IHJMKO CITIZF.NSIIIH.only thing that has reminded I ; home. Everything Is years behind iArmy Kiirscon nas Comlrtrd of Vlo-'the V. R. No large buildings In the cit. j lajion of Xrolrality fiws. ' les. the streets arc narrow and wind- ! .BAN FUA.VCIHC'J. May II. Dr. 5 In g and cobble stones take the place Thomas Addle, an English subject, iof our pavement. We do see many now a contract surgeon at Camp old cathedrals and places that have Lewis. American Ijike, Wash., with is history and are of Interest to we .the rank of first leutenant In the mH- j Americans. ,'ical reserve corrw, wss denied I.'nited A person does not have to lie, here (States citizenship here today In the long to fully realize whnt a terrible" United fltats district court because he -thing this war Is and ns yet we have 'was convicted In 1I5 of violating the not seen the wort of It. The kaiser neutrality of the I'nited States by ob- j' losing lot of men these dsys whli" . ;taintng recruits here for the Britisn means defeat before msny month. ' 'army. Ir. Addis was pardoned by : We nil hope to be bark In the Stntes 'President Wiliorl. ! I.y chrlf-trna. lwtt that Is a very un j i certain thing. 1 To be happy, salve your conscience I have not mastered the French ' .with a liberty bond. j language but can understand quite WHITMAN'S I '1 CANDIES I n a LtlARUTHH niiSTl 1 Take a IJox Home With 1 You. Tallman & Co 2 leading DrucgiMa. 5 3 fft advertise and offer W-ir Say. Ings Kiaaupa fi- sale) wlUi ciery punliaso, 1 .iiii!uiiimiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuii!inmii:a , .. .