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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. TENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, 1019. - f it? I! ' '4 4 .i. -Hi i 'ti-.UK.-i;. . i, --.'. s . t ,11. .' 1 ?':. ' t " v ... .vtM A ALE THAT OFFER$v,MQ,ST WONDERFUL ECONOMIES TO THOSE WHO ARE SHREWD ENOUGH TO GRASP THEM: OFFERS MERCHA YOU'LL NOT SEE AGAIN IN MONTHS IF EVERT? COME TO THIS SALE.' NO MATTER Wll AT YOU WANT, IF IT'S HERE IT'S A BARGAIN, i RCHANDISE. GOOD AND NEW, AT PRICES ;; in? iii. " CHILDREN'S, WOMEN'S AND MISSES' KNIT UNDERWEAR The famous CARTERS and other brands, wool, cotton and fleeced, silk and wool in all styles, shapes and qualities at a reduction of 10 Ter Cent. This means that this famous underwear already being sold at below market values may be had at a still lower price. Put in your next winter's suptily. We assure you underwear will not be as cheap for a long time to come. ' WOMEN'S KNIT UNDER- ... SKIRTS v Gray,, white and black in wool and part wool. Keep warm when you can buy them at these prices. $2.00 Underskirts, Sale Price $1.60 $3.00 Underskirts, Sale Price ............... $2.40 $1.50 ; Underskirts, Sale Price ............... $1.20 '' ' CHILDREN'S KNIT ;UNDERWAISTS Mde' 'similar to ..Nazareth waists, a yery special buy that we are enabled to offer at each 23c tXtK RATCBDAVS SMTCIAIi OTA lVl'JU(X.t IN. THE BASK- - MEM H VIUVK- One hlg lot of serviceable warm coats to choose from. Coats Hit Iwl well and slve you good wear. ('(mis for lVomen, Coals ror Ml.-scs", Coats for Children. SATCBOAY IS THE I.AVT DAY. TUIS EIS Ol ll SAI.B OP SILK MSKS&KS Beautiful niKiil Uiat . original!) sold for f 1T.SO, 32.50 and SS.3; all ' Salrdav-S Coat SJnle-' ... . . ,c. .. .,, i SaiMnlay's Hulf Price Sale in many different color and different kinds of silks. Your choice Saturday $8.00. ... . , , . , - SATIRDAY IS THE T,.ST BAY. THIS EX1S OVH SALE OF SElUiE BKESSKS And the sale might end before Sat-' urday ends. These dresses arc fairly rushing out of tills I Sn renin dept. The reason: "HarsuuiV Original prices, $16.75 to $32.50. Special Sale $6.79. Shoes for Kverjbod.v. Silk Waists Sacrificed. New Remnants on Sale Sweaters at Sale Prices A1JIN" THE BA11GAI.V BASKSIEXT 2 14 MENS AND BOYS UNDERWEAR At Greatly Reduced Prices for a Speedy Clearance Shirts Lot 2273-G Etc., Wool Shirts Men's Cotton Ribbed . and Drawers" ?'$1.00' Values, Sale Price 65c Qood heavy weight, tan and - grey, all sizes, a rare bargain, t for less than wholesale cost. ' Sale Price 65c Men's Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers" $1.00 Value, Sale Price 69c Heavy warm " and service 1 able, a real bargain. Sale Price . . ... . .; . .': . . . . . . . . 69c Lot 150-F, Wool Shirts and Drawers. $1,50 and $1.75 Values at 98c You couldn't buy these gar ments at this price wholesale if you bought a carload of them. Nearly all sizes. First come first served. Sale Price.. 98c - Lot 2471, Pure Wool Shirts and Drawers . $3.75 Value, Sale Price $2.69 Tan color, velvet back, heavy and warm. ' Lot' 2425, Wool Shirts and Drawers $2.50 Value, Sale Price $1.95 Heavy, closely woven, extra , gppd wearing. 2273-G Etc., Wool and Drawers ' $2.50 Quality, Sale Price $1.75 Super values, a clean up, broken lots. If you can be fit ted, you'll' get a - snap; come early. MEN'S UNION SUITS Lot 000, Heavy Cotton Ribbed ' $2.50 Value, Sale Price $1.95 The best wearing garment your money can buy.' . . Lot 2937, Heavy Cotton Fleece Lined $2.50, Value, Sale Price $1.95 Very warm and serviceable, well made, perfect fitting, sil ver grey. ' Lot 051, Wool Ribbed Union .Suit $6.50 Value, Sale Price $5.65 Medium weight, extra well fitting, non-gaping crotch, non shrinkable, our most popular' seller. Sale Price only. . $5.65 EXTRA SPECIAL Broken Lots, 200, 050, 636, 633, 14, Etc, reduced 1-3. A bargain 'you'll not see again soon, if ever. . r 1 IP urn Dcimel Linen Mesh Underwear Not all sizes are left, so come early and maybe we can fit you. They retail regularly at $6.50 per suit. Sale Pr'.. $3.50 i Men's Suits and V (Overcoats biaughtefed 'I . -. : tun WW- -; : if! I. - - : Every Suit and every Overcoat in our entire stock, including blues and blacks is reduced. ONE SPECIAL RACK OF BARGAINS We have one special rack containing' 100 suits and 57 over coats that are reduced from 1-S to. 1-2 giving- you a chance to save fVom $10.00 to $25.00 on a new suit or coat. Nearly all sizes are included. "Some of the smartest, newest styles in .our stock. All wool, perfectly tailored. Don't forget this ? item. ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS llv markerl are'reduced 10 uer ct. )J3 vw . - J A Lot 1 Suits and Overcoats are reduced 15 per cent, - . - - . Lot 2-Suits and Overcoats are reduced 20 percent. , ,v.-. .,,, t-y Lot 3 Suits and Overcoats; are reduced25 per cent to 30 per cent. j ; This is the bargain event of the year. Don't miss1 it. J .... . -j -'- JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE OF GROCERIES In Our T. Cleanlfiios-s P. W. Pure Food . Shop " Economy ' Servlctt Phone 15. All Other Depts., phone 22 (miIiIi ii West Tea Eiutllsh Breakrast, tiinpondcr and Japan,; 1 lb 50t, 3 lo. 25c. .Carnation Itrainl Corf, 1 lb. 35c; 3 lbs. 80c; 5 llw. $1.30. Folgcrs f.olden fiate- Baking Ptmxler, 1 lb. 47c, $' Ih 21c Mothers' Mirat l'lakes, 3 pkgs. Sl.no Solid iack TomaliK-s, ' cans .Vic Cut Striuslcss Iieuns, 3 cans 50c Extra iMl Peas .1 cans 50c Best Standard Corn, can '. i . 15c Xnjitha Wushins: Powder, package 25c I-'ancy Bed Salmon, ifln .Easy Washing Laundry Soimp, S OUrS . V. . . .'. . '. . . Strictly I rcsh Eajfs. dozen-. . . . Eresh Country Butter, 2- His.. . . sue . . 25c . . 7Sc -1.20 . :' '5c line Country Sausage- po and.'. Eor Your Snnday Morliinir Brc'ukfitst try packAze ni Jones IMilry Eariii Link, Sausage, pkjr. J oys Suits, OVercoats, Mackinaws, . Waists, Etc. Reduced for Clearance Reasons. BOYS' MACKINAWS . BOYS SUITS The best makes In th city. The celebrated Oregon, all-wool, Cassimeres. t The suits that wear and look good twice as lnni? as others. f.YOO Suits. Salo Price ...$1-35 SH.IH) Suits, Sale Price ...$5.20 $7.50 Suits. Sale Pri . ,:$6.I0 $8.50 Suits, Sale Price . . .$7,-53 $0.5O Suits. Sale Price . . . $8.35 $10.00 Suits. Sale Prh-e ..$8-65. $12.50 Snlts, Sale Price . .$10.20 $13.50 Stilts, Sale Price . .$1 1.80 $U.5(r Suits. Sale Price ..$12.60' BOYS' SWEATERS ' 1-4 OFF BOYS' HATS & CAPS REDUCED 1-3 BOYS' SHIRTS Reduced' 10 per cent The best In the lund. ..Tha finest tailoring, the best fitting, thev longest wearing. Just like Hud's.' $ B.no Mm-klimws, Nillo lTlce $ 8.."0 yiiu kiiinus. sale l"rlce $ 1 .1.50 Mae-nina ws. Sale Price ...... . $ 1 5.00 Mackinaw. Sale, -Price ...... $18.00 Mackinaws Sale Price . .$ 5.35 . $7.60 . .$10.03 . .$12.00 ,.$13.23 BOYS' WAISTS Reduced 10 Per Cent. BOYS' UNDERWEAR $1.25 1'ndcrwcar. Salo Pr. $1.00 $I.K5 Cnderwear, sale Pr. $1.43 $2.00 Vndcrweur Sulo Pr. $1.30 $2.25 Cndcrneur sale lr. $1.81 S2.40 Vndcrwear Salo IV. $l.8 $2.60 Cntlcrweur, sale Pr. $2.17 fa- Hitch your dollar to .the greatest load it ever pulled and see the bargains it will pull for you at this Sale. IIDLET0NS GKEAfESti DEPARTAENT STORE ' , IT PAYS TO TRADE I You know us; you know our way of doing business; you know our sales are honest; you know they offer real bar gains. Now's your time to buy. Italians Bound to Trees by German in October. He says: ".A priest topPd me. II was one CaptOl'S in LUI-e'iitrrarian of a pbllc library which the Corftians had deHr"''rt- He knew. I do not know how, that I van an IHMK, Jftn. J. Onin i'uy.a Tlfdolo in tto'li ,ii allru.in. ff hu fi;t i wire th ;irnalr A lllia n (l(MTip- . , Hon .f I.illf- ,ivh.'n tt ii-oroupied Koon nai.an. .una i i.u. j ttflt r thf- ivtPUMtiin.Qlie j;iani '. , -nibracl like brother. Here ; BETTER AND' SOFTEIt LIGHT la aasarad' by" th m'o 'nm ot tha beautiful flit'ir of ours. Thay $i lirht thai Illuminates tn- room perfectly, but that tf os ant tiro or strata th my km. They an- aot npfa air ooBaMartnc taolr -aatra ar fUrioaer ua rtra boaaty. Why ot at toast aoa tham 1 J. L. VAUGHAN " 4 . V is exaetly what he said: . their K.on', dared to Klve oiiq a uiecp "There were here in the sector of k bread. ( . Lille lout 2.000 Italian priftjnors oh- 1 "In the summer whenever One of liged to work twelve hours a. (i;) jfnHr-' thfel wretches crnirfiiltted the. leas 1 li the fire ot a cannon on the defences ' fraction of discipline, he was exposed of thcaaals. Scvesil t ded: .fer-! fr :ours'on iHe iKinks of the :I)eulc week, frorfi hiinner and illness. They canal. I have seen .some or tjieni i , , were the worst treated, worse than bound-hand rand mot to a "t tree for nps fit IX OH S.1VS ,' the Kngllsh. which is sayinc a Breat ; whole .lavs. As a priest I am a ser-j j ' t' UlI,'Ati MKIM'IKU I Red Cross Supplies who know them for four years d mand thefr pnnlsnmenl.' t-ija' a-i i Two ,.t these prisoners' esraped ' " r eed AUSll ian Court three days before the (Termah evacn- ation, and were shieldtd by an Italian J. - '. . engineer who has. lived in Wile foa years. .; ''j deal. . A druvv ut JiUnea. u mm J hotii vjut..ut..iue. jnerrn and -lor-j--. the butt ends ol the isuns came down Klveness. and I can say that for those! whenever'a citizen, emboldened Jjy--lartaiiau there,can be no pity. We Catarrh is a Real Enemy - . and Requires Vigorous Treatment Do Not Neglect It. lliatl.I.V, .lan 10. The llcrlln- If "Post" rcfrmly inrlntcd liHcrcntlittt , " details of the Austrian ned Cross scandal at Prague. The corre sisindence of this sotietr- was ' ' , selxed. and It was discovered that ffssl afcmniilatcfl for fllstrihii. lion to the sick and wounded had been soht at redtmed prices lo privileged persns. - .Cunnt Aud rassy ami oilier members of the former: court 4rcle-are Involved. . When you use medicated rprayt, atomizers and douches for your Ca tarrh, you may succeed in unstoppinu the choked-up air passages for the time beinsr, but this annoying- condi tion returns, and you have to do th6 same thing' over and over again. Catarrh has never yet been cured ty these' local applications. Have you ever experienced any real benefit from euch treatment T. Throw these makeshift remedfos to. the winds, and get on the right treat merit. Go to your drug store to-da;-, get a bottle of S. 8.-S, and commence a. treatment that has been praised by sm.srer for neatly half a, century. S. S. S. gets right at the (.our-e of Catarrh, and forces-from the blood the germs which cause tlie disease. Votl can obtain special medical a'ivi'e regarding' ymr own ease without charge by writing to Medical Iiirec- PAKIS, Jan. 10. Cardinal Merclerj of Mallnes, freed by the-Oermans aft-j er four years of captivity, says: "Th( tlermans. when they are victorious, ' are proud, arrogant and Insolent, but In defeat they become humble and lowly. Hardly hud the armistice been i gWJFXS CLEARS HlKnra oerore i retTuni u wn num Von Iin'cken who tearfully announc-j ed that the H-lKlans retained in the' Imperial prisons on Imaginary charges would be released at once. Several 1 months ago Von Iancken would not have dreamvd of coming to be ho hum. . lily." I '55 MILLIONS ..." IN TWO YEARS A good newspaper tarries store news Xv its renders in unite as adequate a' wav as it carries war news, or any of; oi,ii Swift LaboraWy, Atlanta, Ga. the other histories of the day. - :lll' At.O. Jan. 0. st lit com pany. .Packers, made net profits or mum. than : I .onn.mio in 1DIH and iiiore tliuii-SSI.Oon.tmu in IT, the pn-slilciil or Swirls' MnlciiH'iit to sliarcholiliTS yes tcnlay announced. Prob till t ion AnniKlimnt 1 la tlflcd, C-HAItLKSTO.V, V. V Jan, 10. By a vote of 78 lo i following a vole of 25 to It by the- senate ' Wednesday the West Virginian house deloi,-a't( yestorduy ' ratified the ntttibnfel jTro hiliitlon amendment. n. CELERY KING WHEN FEVERISH Don't mH tho mljttnk of both oritur with nnr-rtln rrrnrtio for Olrry iMrra: h iwr'iy vt-KfiHturr rnrtnitia mnii Into a pnlntftbif Ira In n'Httire'a bfnt rfirutly fur ronMipution,.. upxi't Btom fh, t-o'it'-rt ona:ii Hnd. nick lirfrlacho. 1 1 1 tlif 'cnm otfl rfmertj! thnt thmi Kami KW;ir by nrnl cont only a tttvt ('ruin fur a Krncroiin pttrknRr?, T;ik- it fr- rlv nn1 Klvr It It the Uttltt ns when croem and feverish.