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FAGE TWO DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1918. - THANKSGIVING Begin Your Christmas Shopping in Earnest Friday, THANKSGIVING WILL THEN BE OVER AND YOU HAVE ONLY TWENTY ONE SHOPPING DAYS LEFT IN WHICH TO CHOOSE YOUR GIFTS. MAKE THIS THE BEST CHRISTMAS YOU HAVE EVER KNOWN, CHOOSE W ISELY AND WELL FROM PRACTICAL, USEFUL GIFTS AND COME TO THIS STORE FOR STOCKS THAT ' ARE COMPLETE - IN EVERY DETAIL OF JUST THIS KIND OF MERCHANDISE. AND REMEMBER, ALL MERCHANDISE PURCHASED ON CHARGE ACCOUNTS DURING BALANCE OF THIS MONTH WILL BE CHARGED ON YOUR DEC. ACCOUNT, PAY ABLE; JAN. 1ST. , ... . . . ,v. , i V- -i A , . ?3j ua'- U ' ' '-:ti 'i.'i'i ''-U'-; Copyrtsht 1918 Ilart Sduffnet & Mane What Brought Victory The allies were the best men. That's all there was to it. They developed better ways of fighting; better equipment, better guns. They were fighting for the best principles; and the "best" won as it always does. The best wins in peace time, too whether it's men or clothes. Hart Scbaffner & Marx make the best clothes we know of, they're best for you because they wear longer than others; they look better and save; they're best for. us' because they do these things for you. Ask to see our $45.00 suits. We have others at $20.00 to $75.00. 1 'V . v . ... .', -t - Smart New Overcoats $15.00 to $100.00 M and Ap House Dresses vons $1.25 to $3.98 We offer here an unusual opportunity for you to buy good-looking gingham house dresses and aprons, made in the sea son's newest models, af before-the-war prices. This offer should be of special interest to the woman who likes to look well at home. These garments are extra well made, and good fitting; sizes 16 to 50. WHITE PARISIAN IVORY What would "be more1 acceptable in mi lady's boudoi? ? '; . Combs, brushes, mirrors, buffers, files, cream jars, powder jars, trays, scissors and many others, extra good qualities, and the prices are really low. Se lections from these may be made from 35c to $6.00. - MANICURE SETS of nail white, cuticle remover, nail polish, file and buffer .as a Christmas gift are ideal. Put up in an artistic box, each S1.50 LUXOR OR MELBA TOILET WATER delicately perfumed in the different odors of violet, honeysuckle, lilac, lily of the val ley, lov'me, a pretty gift, at per bottle 95c and $1.00. If You Could Just Step Into Our ART DEPARTMENT for a minute or two, you would be as en thusiastic as we are about these. Pretty Christmas Novelties Stamped goods for embroidery in a multitade of things that are really dif ferent. See them. Those Tapestry Table Runners would repay you for the effort you would make to come down town, just to see them. They are very rich and effec tive. Prices are $3.50 to $6.50 Do you v&nt to give something of intrin sic value? Then choose one of these COLORED SILK UMBRELLAS with cord and handle to match, trimmed with" ivory, ojthers in wood handles. Colors are taupe, green, purple, brown, navy and red. Each $5.50 to $9.00 $27.01 Free . , $27.04 Free Did You Ever Get $27.04 for Nothing? Did aiijbixljr ever ive Jim tlmt uniotint of iiiom-y l-"w? Well, here's tho whole story: Khe was one of Hithi'is ton's tiest eitUenB com to I'pndlptun to do some of hrr Fall shorr'lnsr. and. an she said It: "I've just dropped down here In the Easement to satisfy my curiosity, have always wanted to know what all you have in this place for the whole town- talks about nothing else but Kargaiu Hase meht.'' HKItK'H TIIK KNI Ol' TI1K 8TOHY Tteaulnr Prices ' he Paid the Kl.sewhpre. 92HM ll'vv Wool Scree Winter Press 2.S0 Pair Plan's ;km1 Tuff Ovrrnlls 7.50 it 1'air of Wometi'n l ine Dress SIiim-s. 11.23 outfit of riillilrfn's Wlnlrr Ikk-s .. ..V Outfit, of t liiltlrcn's Stockinics 7..-l . in;. Heavy All Vw)l Kwralnr. 5.00 Heavy Kllk Waist, HliKhtly Soilill.. 7.:l5 llcavj-1 Ikilt (iootls for Winter I'scs. Haselnent .. l.H7 ... 1.7! . . . . . . . 8.27 . . . 2.:io . . . I.hh . . . 2.BH . . . :l.8ll 70IO - Ami Klir. (i All Kr l.0ll She Got $27.04 Absolutely Free. And just such opportunity awaits You IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT. PENDLETONS greatest department store ALWAYS THE BEST ALWAYS THE NEWEST. xThanUful is the sport fan-, , . As thin day rolls around. v v No more to baseball's tied a can And all other sports abound.1' - e c " Kootball games beyond compare i; Are played the couiti y through The sport page now no more ts bara . Of news uud pictures too.. Basketbnll Is coming back" ( And bowling ts not bunned. Of billiards, too, there is no laclO ,l , The Spanish flu is canned. Skating soon will be on tap' h And hockey games we'll see. For war no more we give a rap.j v The kaiser's done, you aee.4- And tc7 our readers far ttnd near' ho onhls sport page gaze Wo wish the best Thanksgiving cheor This best Oi Turkey days. U. S. ENGINEER BESTS PAIN Ofj ; BATTLE , FIELD': ri 11 tl fill t.MMil "I ( i ;i won rnK' the complft huccch of : jHisi-ii m i !. i.ii-.. i iiniutatlon t uri'l .lo", wardH, tlo ''man who t tmi:?i ?.I Mtin'" U ulumt ti place nt thf i 1 1 of oi'ir surst'on R-enoral his rt'nui rka Me an- Attfr four yvnr.s work en tho l:rit Ish. IN-liaH. Trench ml liniiui fronts, u has i-t'Uini'Ml to Amerir.i t- crn.Miilt the nictWd f I iui Is i f mir army. In his first tu'k ninct lnndln?, h otiiliiu'd his rrvolut b,iutry tucthmi "f eliminating all ii'm trnn inni--. ! doea not c1Hiu'.lh.H ilfHiVi rJ of. anv now Orwi; iic f"!'iniil:i, 'uni sinij'l.'' the f crfcrthin j tit a Irt-atnUMit. w hjsf- . .utM avv rs now iMst.i: c 1:11 i iti: I it I'IKTH OK KollTH, Prtitlnml Nmv. '2s. M-rmanv'M navy iiu ttrt'ii r u i nod for. all tin if, tn tho ol'inlon of a Cf-rman lUnHnat)t of utic of the warships Hnrron (1 rt-1 to flic allien. uitl to day. ' Ntiw we have only n hnnoritLli' record. No inc wilt viint o Nerve In a cliMUi.Hj'd service." jyP'-tion of the flepirmn vrn seN profeodihK. They rr In a di ploralth' wtiile, haUhK ! tp'ar'iitly lu'lettfd for a Ioiih lime. wonderful reiJ'f hi : ul-road Ka.vv Hint the ! man vhu corjiien d j "1'nin ptxvcJitJ the j wound in j' IJJWVtKh i aid, anil tlui. H 1s i ! keep bad wounds rl ho. 'tho tie 11I11H In.-' dresr tnatiniT," Ih 'ten difflenh, ;to i"n and -Cre.sh!v of . JreHHed, liecaufM? of t h Ii t- ht s. almny the juili-ut puifct'rf when tTre-s-j Inga are i hanKTfitl. I'nr thi n'aon an anaesthetic whi h permits of fje- ( 'Pu nt treatoi?nt for thi twuffda 'i- i 'moved one nf 1he most .uri-Iev anni-"t,t JITirU I'H-iitM linTenf S.l.W?. Nov. H.- Total I aivlf Af- "'-'( ' sfi ti-e (ate aKreKatid $2l'l., I 1 , 7 r; ni'rnwr I, a enidiri to i r:'-!s'Mie(it iw.-u d ,-toda v hy yupeHh - nif.-i i f lianUn ItenneU. Thln-Mnrt' Iiteie.-Me fC'Tii All'MKt lf of ir j r. s :.-!. i' Toi 'l r"-tnre-H (jlmw an lncre;if if ?!'.! to.' and t-ni ynvtni flv puil an Iner.-uso of $:..U T.fi 1 3 5 7. worl nffaitit recovery pa m. ! SA1 I'.M, i iv,--Nv. J. . Tnr- llmno In 'aiil'ofiia. ' 'Mi. t i ilu rl v president ff tli O.-W. Youiiff I-Mwaids iw an American e;ii- 1 K. ,V- N., end now holding a hih Phir zen, horn In Milwaukee, w hoy home j in t.nn"ction with the railroad ad was in California.' lftterw Tronj CU-n- ):tln tfi ra i in. w jib ti'dy appointed by eral NivelJe and eimntless Italian and j ;.iern''.r W'iHn eomhe ,lH n memher French tiri"iis nml patieritf:. w 1 1 U 1 1 : f th.. -tatn fair hruird to nacreed he has hnmyht hack l this numti y. j .i vh Kdlih Tozier Weathered. JLAMPING THOSE FRENCH DOLLS' Tlfiso CQinT1 ok - si Ail CC Wmmm where it- pays to trap , . , . . t.uMMniii.i: as Tin: intn.isr. DEATH RIDES ABOARD : 1 SLAV PRISON 1 RAIN tthK original total.' ome were shot , ..f the lack of hospital xpaoe.. ,.... ' white trying to escape irorn i" ""'M- ....- i r,,,0 violator., -t Ihrrs lost thtlr lives by throwing; Anion? r iwcninx .vnnni w. , j.. ;,ico rccrfs i nhow that In tlu t'rtrly Ufy of our rHmtrv t'-aoti'iiotlo-r was Itif; lru:KHt. a:t'l li.r Oriis -niii.t4it msii.. of ro-iis nni lu'rl SMirt-fl lrjn Iht fields anil Hit. hh l'l'P' rmint for i;i.1V-4.stloo. mtilwn f.r couirhi. fV: i J I -i ... ti f.-r nf.rvouf.ocHi. tlioroothworl f..r . ,.. a ..t 'urv m ntii.i nml bo on. Tro-v w.-re. pup- ..-rrl ri'iii.jl:f. too- It iih from ii a train kpiii acroxn . Sltrla ly lh .. romlilii.nion of KiK'h root ami! t cho-ilova k trooim flKlitinic In fa l .i-ln Kiat Mm. I.ydia K. rinkham niiiria, Kurojipan liusxia. have arrived . r lnn. .Miisb.. more tlinn forty your : at Nikoli-k. near Vladlvortok. The i Kn.'onainatHl her now famoon Ke- Journey from the I'ral mountains to t Compound; and dunnir all thene the I'aclfic coant occupied fix weekn. . i. e. no other reme.ly ever The joirvivnrn reached Nlk'ilsk In l, ',ii..mmd to re.t.re lualth to earn. The train tarried no fro- ....afa. f...tn iho cir windows. , nurMe In I)ineaHe; marvatlon and exposmre ao-' Vtm ara counted for the reniaimn-r. down women who were formerly ,.ri wnH ,,,,,.,, frm tivr to t, VLADIVOSTOK, Nov.' 28. llult dead from starvation and ilii-eaM. 131 vivora out of the original total of bolHhevik prisoners and refuBeel" i mil. Cross Will Alii. When the Osecho-Slovak forcnii cap , tured famara, they loaded the In ! itoileii of the Jail Into trains Indlx- tho olMhevm nofpnai t , ,.,,. ,.. iim. Walla nenltentiarv Many Innocent' persons rohlierv. At the time of his trial wero Included. ' - l.li.rd Kjjd he was a surveyor and that The American P.ed X.'rnHH Is taklnBihll) homo WUM , MC Wa-sh. care of r.'KI of the aurTivors In an Ini- , nrovlsed hospital. The Tlusslan an- thorilies, co-nperatinfi with the Am- ijiop "loin .oil (.ld-iusUioiied root . .'l i-l-ie. so utcciftu;iv i IO.,v kkiiiu and a without sanitary fiemonfl misslntj from . aiei htiii. euulptnent. Of the 00 Slletj! Hales Imwasctl. SAl.l'IM, Nov. 2S. t'omtuoiity rales on the tunev .iiet. road were al- lowed to increase approximately 2T, per cent in an order Issued by the politic, service commission today while criminatelv along Willi tne bo IsaeviK erica ns. nro looKintc a ter i;i'' prisoners of war. (cases and 100 other sick who have The American Red Cross at Vladi-, l.fen lodfred In the Russia n barrack. vostok has rushed doctors to Nikolsk 0 to aid the arrivals. Some persons died j j.alnl Is Iiltiitillcd. on tne uninn.i o . ..,. .(,,, w,nrl I,, In f . .hrt r-iiiroad cars I i'ui:ii.a.o. .miv- .-hm - - Other tralnloads of human frelKht Laird, alleged murderer of Frank W. , stances and Increased In others', (n similar s.rait, are now on their Twoml.lev. was identified yesterday The commission some time afio sus ww " ward over the trans-Hilierlaa as J. K. tilles. all... Jack KnUht. who P.ndcd tariff. ..f the road providing raUroad Foil hundred persons.! was sent to the Washington stale pen-for a K. neral 25 per Cent horlxon.al manTof the. .let or .nfected, were .fent.ary from Lewi, county July 4. it, ? T" irrned back toward Mma.a beta..., l'HS. an.1 wV was Kranted a condi- held In Peptember. t 1 v If . v t , , , s , t . . , J r-' 'u 0 . :' n r, Wj. 5 , s 4 l a ' .-I sjt r t - e : - Vv ' J -A I 's ' lk J ' " t ! Lj.-""! f" ,,'- . - ' w2 -tM - j .' ' ' ""; 4?U' -f , r t . ' J I - fcv.l8 ; : 'rf ?Tftmiii axxtat B v- '' .', V.- s . , wh r , j f- r "'V, i i r 'f; J"! A i r r ' - A ' -, VV, v- - . The victory gmile these Yankee boys display lsn'taltoieether inspired by Ccriuany'i defeat. Uut indirectly It Is. for those charm ing French girls dolled up In their best 40 lbrt..Deaca ahd. young fellow would b happy to tee them. - r. -"" l.S.i.