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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918.
EIGHT PAGES iM'lHlUlHttimilliUHMUIa If you buy any clothes this fall maybe you wont need to be sure you get the best quality. All wool fabrics are just as certainly "best" now as ever;, good tailoring is as important and valuable as ever. Don't be satisfied with less than the best i PAGE TWO V( 1. - j .:; 1 ' "L"'-J 0 : i i i r i H I 1 M L i M 3 Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes & SAVE I i ' ' 1 Si I if r3 if ft If SI r i-s R fe. 3 3 r-s 3 3 You've been asked to save food, labor, resources and you want to do it. When you buy clothes this fall, you can save labor and wool, if you buy right. The good quality in Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes save for you. We feel that we're fortunate to be able to give you such a service. " ' " " YOUNG MEN'S FALL STYLE& Not all the young men have gone to war; some can't go, and ought not to go; many who stay wish they could go. But they have to have clothes; and many of the older men who are here want young styles. There are no better models made than these ; we can promise you something that's right. f GET THE QUALITY IN THE FABRICS Fine wool fabrics are scarce; but Hart Schaffner & Marx use no other. Their policy-seems to be "If we can't make good clothes, we won't make "any." You'll find greys and blue, browns and tans; you'll find plain colors, stripes, plaids, checks; and many combinations of color and pattern. $20 to $65 fW-. W"." -v "V - H I r . V J iCf ' f'; i i "' WW"" I J-' sfr-A. in- r'.,..l'.,vvo .i i ' "..'"...!J 1-1 1 . ' . AI.TA TflAT. C'Ulsr In Art Pnnmxl, . A ctasii in art forrhod WOnflay at thP reiidletoit hlnrt.soHoa) anl the rtinUnta who have any talent are uracil by the faculty to take It. DurinK the first aementer Instruction-will be given In the ruiMmenta of drawlne; Buch. na perspective work, while the ntuitentB will receive Instruction on the kind of art which they prefer during (tie sec- -3 ; o n il semester. If talent Is discovered in cartooning or alKn card, im ntln It will he fostered durlnK the latter ujirt of the year. m Krulsoil in Acclfleiit. , l.ti!rt evening while returning to their home In Riverside from Pendleton Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Neil met wHh an accident that bruised them up con siderably. They were rn a buggy and the horse became frigtened at an auto and turned he vehicle over. 4 50 Quarts Pminit In Strrrt. A large crowd of mourners stood on Court street in front of Justice Parks office yesterday evening and saw the officers pour in the street f0 tiuarts of perfectly good boose. In the lot there were bottles of Old Crow, Pebble Ford. Old Taylor, OugKenheim, Bun ny Hrook and other names that were quite popular in the days before John Barleycorn- wan put on the shelf. ty, Nlcherfall was told he could get it from the sheriff after the war. He wag ordered to una employment i some useful occupation. ' ' Nleberfall, although he has beere In this country about flftocn years, has never been naturalized. He was found taking- photographs at Cedar Point last .Saturday by members of tha Am erican' Protective League of Cleveland, here on a slacker hunt. 3, HOURS' WORK OF AMUR- IVXSB lEOLAIUtf WO.VDEH 'BV J. W. T. MASON (United Prr War Kiwrt.) XKW YORK, khh, 1.1. The action of the Anicrlcniis in completely tenlng Hie M. Mlhlei hi I lent In an hours la one of. IIh- moHt remarkable aerilevements or the war. Thi" mewt usionisltinir fact in twumxtlon with Ihu fiat wax the rapidity with wlitt-h-the AmericsuiH ca'Xhred, all the nmltHHis hitherto conskK-recl praoiloally im pnanalie. i:mrairdlnary liMllviiiiial mitairre on part axlvanoliuc trouus aloue can ac- couut for rtwiilt Fined $:l(MI. Before Justice J. H. Parkes Wednes day afternoon liwrence Jannik was g fiued f300 on a hootlegging charge, i'huving pled guilty. He has paid the pg i fine and been released by the sheriff. fO:The car which he-was using when nr- j , . ... j I I catwj in diiii ill iiik jinwirnnnjii iiiv E3; New W omens Suits 3 3 II Arrived Today. Sizes 16 and 18 in fancy and tailored lines, in velour, brcfadcloth, j panel twill and .serge, also have large sizes. We are prepared to fit every size and the 1 1- styles and colors will please you. You'll find U the prices, quality considered, the lowest. If YOU MAY NEED SHEETS AND IT f TOWELS for Round-Up week. If you do we have m mem in quantities. m - Turkish Towels ; . . 20c, 25c, 40c, 50c p Huck Towels 15c, 25c, 35c 'Ws V?eets fuI sized and good quality. . . $l.f9 g Pillow Cases 40c U . SERVICE FLAGS P Silk and Cotton in the various sizes. m' . KID GLOVES m - in all the new shades of gray, brown, etc. p Pair $2.00 to $2.75 m RED AND GREEN COATINGS g .. For children's wear, bright colors so suit able for the little tot Very high grade all pi wool, 50 inches wide, yard $5.00 SILK AND WOOL POPLIN 40 inches wide, green, navy, black, wine, taupe, yard $2.25 PATRICK MACKINAW BLANKET The finest high grade wool robe made, in gray, with plaid border for automobile or household use. Each . . $16.50 SHEET BLANKETS in gray, white or tan. Small to largest sizes. Each $2.25 to $3.95 T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP Cleanliness Economy Service Phone 15, all 'other Depts. 22. Save Fuel by Using Electrical Appliances. Hot Point Ovenette Bake and roast oven for use on Hot Point Radiant stove or grill, made of nickeled steel. ' Hot Point Radiant Stove, glowing coil, boils, fries and toasts; use regular kitchen utensils. .;. Hot Point Radiant Grill, rectangular, broils, fries, toasts, boils, two operate at one time. Other Appliances--Hot Point Irons, Hot Point Toasters, Hot Point Valveless Pecu lators, Hot Point Coffee Urn, Hot Point Chaffing Dish, .Hot Point Disc Stove, Hot Point Headlight Heater,. Hot Point Boudoir Iron and Bag, Hot Point Water Heaters. All at guaranteed prices. sheriff, being held under confiscation proceedings. WIf.KON ARAN IMNS PTiANK nit tijiptiiiuh;;iioi t nation WASHINGTON. Sepl. IS. Deflnlla abandonment of. President vvilson-B pans for a tranaomlinentai speaking tour for the Kuurtt IJberty Loan has been announced at the White House. Count Schesyng, Of Germany, Pleased To Meet Them 1 1: ! . ;:.- 'r-. .tls ftpriM. WMWhooi. i-',.'i,V m niiv! urnitv! liimtYj iirimvr It's hot cay that you were not here In time to et one of TFIOSR I'KKTTY VKLVET or WOOL, COATS that we aro OFFKHIXO O. RALK. Don't t-II your ru iyhhor that you were not 'as fortunate n. sho and missed our FALL DRESS SALE or SILK AND WOOL DKKSSE8. THINGS AKK ClS1iT RE IKINO SATURDAY Wern froinfi to fill th? basement fnll of Coofl HarRfiina. We're f?oing to fill it and pack it full of customers, and In anticipation of a kiy we've added more help KAI.L TAIMHtKD SI ITS will be on sale far below tjieir otlfnal eo.Tt. Wantn Comfort Kiln for Vancouver. H M1b Llla Debell, Btat leader of tlie Olrl' Honor Cuard has written to 3 Miss VlrKinia Todd, county leader, and EE5 reyuested that Unmtilla county mem- berii of the organizjition make and p equip comfort kits for men In the ser z vice who are stationed at Vancouver barracks. She says that inuny of the 3 men lack these and that ft is the duty ErS of the Honor Guard to anslst In fillinff the need. There is ajso a need for ggjr Knitted articIcK aiMl for rnffn for gun 5 wipes, he raid. Kapecinlly Is the need noticeable in the spruce camps. ! according to Miss Lebell. $lim Todd J pr j says the mutter will receive attention at the Honor Guard meeting Saturday night at the city hall, BARS CARNIVAL SHOWS WEAK On Saturday will be sold at the lowest MEN'S price. KAXCY DRESS SKIRTS The new Silks and Woolens of fered at Sale J 'rices. will be Bold at prices that mean a CHILDREN'S SHOES saving. WOMEN'S SHOES will be on sale at prices that will open your eyes. HOLT -OOIS of a hundred different kinds will be on sale. EANV WAISTS of all styles and materials will be sacri ficed. HOYS' WEAR, suits, pants, shirts, underwear on ale. M r:'S SHOES, $35lio worth will be placed on sale. Saturdn? we're ffoiiiK to make the so-calleM cheap store's prices look like, extravagance. We're going; to underprlce evervt tiing. ET INTO THE 'CROWD AND IiK A RE(;i'LAI BAR GAIN IICNTEIL ' rENBLETOxNS GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE ' HfC . Pi n. IaT :533 where IT PAYS TO T rape tmm t A ..iiliuuuaiuiuiHituiuuiiitaiUiuutiuiuuwuuiuuuwiiwiaiuiuuiiajiouiutialliiiiui illlMlliuililifMiiilll.IliLllllljMliliiliii!:!!,! ll!!lli!!I!l!!!!IIffl!IS!IiII!!II!I Oklahoma IVfenw Conncll Says Many Arf I'ndeKlrahleT OKLAHOMA CITT, Oklaf. Sept. 13. The recent order of tt)e Oklahoma councilJif defense In barring all car nival and tent shows has caused much talk anionic the theatrical following nil over theUnlted State. In answer to a recent qijerry the following reasons were Riven:) 1 - "First, the carnival and tent shows employ a number of people -who should be In profitable industry; next ggloperate In this iate are far from the Ilbest morally many of them hclna; of gglthe yforfy-nlnor" variety! they take fcgjfrom the, country a large nmnuret-of ESi money which could be used for war purposes, wfthoiit brinKins; any bene fit to the people in exchange; especi ally In the harvest fields and places where laborers are employed, they dej crease me emciency ol rarm laoor. flVS T71AIX AS Pocket, irifitmniitmiimin iiliiuiillliliililillilll wmfci Instant Postum has a peculiar import ance these days, not alone on account of its wholesome purity as a table beverage, but be because of its labor-saving convenience. No Boiling Necessary Made instantly by plac ing a level teaspoonful in a cup of hot water, stirring; and adding Cream or, milk Little or n6 sugar is needed. "There's & Reason"' .Ciil Telegraph O pet a (or rainta as Death News Comes 1 her aid. The crumpled r, clasped in her right hand. I and understood. Ht brother had made the .tjpreme tarriftee Over There! They reau on the ' She e-fxass was J had learned that Homer B. Orell was j was In Oenerul I'erHhlng's frunt IJnr flKhting front with Ifrshin. ' of signalmen. He w as a teleffrnph op-i had tried to sympathize with J erat.r fore ejili imeiit leinc rmj those who received throuuh her handj , pJoyd hy the Colorado ft Sunt hern I le 21 yearrf old and J lU'N'VEH, K-t. IJ. "The war liliiiertt reret to announce " j Mf- ;-. rta rell r-ad tht much aii dffieml telegraphic cin inn n lea it ton ttf"r thruo--h hr han-l at ttie V .rtetis t nlon T-lerraph J'j" ri" rfftr. The linen ran tKt-ti" i uJ rniuc dnrk. hh tell over on fJr He had died on the httl line a martyr to the cause of freedom and Wi Id liberty. :tH.ruia Or l In a lerk. She han de all t;overnm-nt official Minimum c:ilonM. Thouph much of her work ! fianW;. 1, Khe had been wntchinjr it h increif-inir lni-rMrt and much the fateful mermaeii at all hours of railroad. 'the day. They all commence with , a-i widely known the exprejwion of reirret. j I Oeoria Orell knew what that offi cial word 'Teitret'' meant when rlre rachKl It In the dispatch wh'h came 'Friday addrewed to her father, Wil liam V. Orell, 89 Aroma. HornT H. trell enliMed Even Evacuation j Of Belgium Said No Avail to Hon Man, With Tlnnd on Hip liOKHC (Tew. PAXDI'SKT. Sept. 13. SlnKle- r i handed and unarmed, John Novak, 68. laborer of Chicago, held the paaaen Bers and crew of a Xew Tortc Central pawonRer train under hla command fiom the time the train left Toledo until It arrived here early this morni In. fje in In Jail here awaiting the pre ferment of charges by railroad offi- t-t.ru. Novak, according to the police, who! arrepted him In respunse to rommonn by telephone from the Ptatlon, had been drinking. He declared xomit one had ntolen hl ticket and with hta hand on hln empty hip pocket threat ened to Phoot anyone who attempted to leave the train. At the police Ptntion $286.40 twaa found In five tobacco sacks vwed In-; to Novak'i clothing. He pa id- the1 money represented the aavlut,a of b'S lifetime and that he wan en route to IS IMttftburg to divide It with' hla grand- 3 children. TAKE (.FJtM.W'H CAMEHAS. j2 ISllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIfllllllil I Your fVacation f Days in I In lw. i,l Vitality i: lo r.f Ue jirin-il-le if lif.-. iinl l.i ariy Inli-.iiel iy failing npilK'' :in'l fUrninihirt; j ;trent'fh niifl nll'lr.le,. lln hI'm Hur June ( Mipurlllfi Ih the (rrplpt vltailzi-r u foia-lxttlitu in. IbahM of lh wlr ' and waa Matloned al Port LoKan. fdn on all the oricana and fiinctiona. lni. llow worker, ru-lird lu Cuiing the oast (-w months, .inc. ahthnc golns to Fori Ltitfnwjrth. H 'and build up the whole aystem. HOTTKKIJAM. firpt. 13. "Our posi tion l.i the moHt serious In flernian hiNlnry," the Cologne Oazette clc-rlr-M. "We fiKht the world with only our own Htrenrlh. Suggestions that : v.f evacuate Belgium aall us noth-'ing." will be Incomplete without S CAMERA. Com In now and. we will show you, the Atuoo, S the amateur camera of profesf S slonal quality, and tell you bow 2 to make pletnrea a suocees. We sell Anaco Bpeedes Film, Cyko Paper, Anaco Chemicals, every thing yon need to take wltk 1 Tallman & Co. Kawlusky IMiotoeraiiher Told to llnd Oilier. Work. BANnrflKY. 8ept. 13. Sheriff C. Jay Terry, actins; untlir order from federal authorities at Cleveland, to day aeized the cameras and other pho tographic paraphernalia and supplies at the home of Krnent Nleberfall, S commercial photographer, an enemy S alien. Given a receipt for-hla proper. 1 lllttlHIIIHmiimiUllwmiiililitfUiijpJ Tadlns DieaHs. W MlnrtlM and offer War Hay. fnja mauipe Tor aaJe wtLb. prarr mrabaaa,