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FACF, TWO
DAILY EAST OREGONTAK. rENnT.ETQN. OtlEGON.i THXJRBDAY, JANUARY 16, 1910. '
EIGHT PAGES
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FQURTH DAY
OF OUR
?. ' MEN'S
mum UASK LAW
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ONXY TWO MORE DAYS OF THIS G REAT SALE REMAINS. . THIS. IS . CLEAN UP TIME AND ALL SHORT LOTS,
BROKEN ASSORTMENTS, DISCONTIN UED LINES AND REMAINDERS OF FALL "AND - WINTER MERCHANDISE
MUST BE DISPOSED OF REGARDLESS OF PRICE. A POINT TO BE REMEMBERED IS THAT THIS STORE NEVER
ENTERED INTO A JANUARY CLEARING EVENT WITH STOCKS AS TARGE AND SO WIDELY VARIED AS THEY
yVRE NOW. BUY A SIX MONTHS SUPPLY NOW, AND SAVE; -', V . ,
Final Reduction
of
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TT iTTT
w
omens
Suits
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Men's: Suits and
Overcoats Slaughtered
' 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
coals that are reduced from 1-3 to 1-2 (riving you a chance to
save from 10.00 to 825.00 on a new suit or coat. N'early all
sixes are included. Some of the smartest, newest styles in
our stock. All v.ool, perfectly tailored. Don't forget this
' item.
f ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Not specially marked are reduced 10 per ct.
. jLot 1 Suits and Overcoats are reduced 15
per cent.
Lot 2 Suits and Overcoats are reduced 20
per cent.
Lot 3 Suits and Overcoats are reduced23
per cent to 30 per cent..
This is the bargain event of the year. Don't
ihiss it. ,
Every Suit in our stock -has been
grouped intcf two'prices
, $17.50 and $22.50
The $17.50 lot includes all suits up
to $40.00 values. The $22.50 lot in
cludes all suits up to $85.00. These
are the most wonderful values ever
offered by us in Smart, New Up-to-Date
Suits. Don't deceive yourself.
Come in and look at these suits and
if you haven't the cash, borrow it
and buy two or three of these suits
NOW.
S::.50
St.50
S5.0O
S6.SO
.oo
$8-50.
FLANNEL SHIRTS -
and light weight,
. . .;.!
. . .$2 95
. ..$3.80
. . ...-,
. . .0.3S
. .$0.75
Medium, heavy
in assorted colors.
$2.50 Shirts. Sale
Sliirts,
Milrts.
Shirts,
Shirts
Shirt.
Shirts.
Price
Sao Pri
Sale Price ;
Sale Price
Sale Price
Sale Price '
Sale I'rice
STIFF CUFF SHIRTS
$1.00
$..0
$2.0((
$2.50
$3.00
$3.50
Shirts.
SlUrtH,
Shirts,
ShirUi,
Shirts,
Shirts,
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Price
Price
Price
Prl"
Price
Price
. . 69c
. .K.1V
. .1.6T
.'.$1.98
. .$2.95
MEN'S SHIRTS
At Clearance Prices
This is your chance to buy shirts
for less than present manufacturers'
Prices.
5.O0 Silk. Fibre Silk, French Flan-
nels, etc. Sole Price $3,115
1 A most attract'.vs assortment ot
wonderful values.
Madras, Percale. Oxford, Ftc,
soft cuffs, neck band shirts,
$1.00 Shirts, Sale TTIce A9a
SI. 25 Milrm, Sale Price So
SI .SO Slilrta. Sale Price .SI. IS
$2.00 ShlrtM, Sale Price SI. 6.1
$2.50 shirts. Sale Price Sl.ttn
:!.M shirts. Sale Price ...... S3, its
$3.5(1 Slilrta, sale Price $2.83
XENDiETONS GREATEST DEPARTMENT. STORE
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't T ;
$
i
HOUSEHOLD
on itiHtti h fcCr Wiurtiisw VX
To "eat,' fat Just save it" is an un
wise as 1c im difficult. A small piece
tf bread Ifflt on!a''!aie can be eaten;
tu save it'roin ending its day in tbe;
Karbape cuii, but fatj i not mo easily)
and Judlt-HtOMly rayed frum waste.
It it pointed out tbat all the manyt
I thmightfully avonded by the house
! wife.
! Do you waste fat in any of thetie
! ways?
f B' HervIniBr baked ham with large
j iHTtionn of fat on the edge.
I My throwing away fat trimmed from
' beef or other fresh meat. 7
By serving large butter or margef-
Ine ball to each person.
Hy tstng heavy ereacn.
By frying, food iu deep fat.
By fryin . twnX when 'it, would be
By making pies or other pastries
when simpler desserts would be more
nourishing.
Think it over, and see that these
sins are wiped off your slate.
Textures iu Food.
In planning a menu, or in serving
a meal there ia one; very important
point to he kept In raind in addition
to "food values" an1 the "five food
groups." lit in termed, for lack of a
better word, "food textures "
Peace and Quiet
ways of waKbif fat should be-as well or better to-hake or stew It,
cessary "smoke" it became easy to! Portland Rpffe KWn
give Tommy the right kind of com-'UI- U IVCUS IVeep
1'unionMhip.
Hundreds of men who, before the
war. had no good word to spak for
clergymen, are now enthusiastic in
their praise of the padrws. whom they
realize to' be men like themselves
nin with a sense of humor, of patriot
ism and of courage.
When they all get bark home the
bond bntween the clerkvmpn antt lav-
Foods niay be hard or soft, crisp. t men will be strengthened bv thi m.m-
5 y , , 9, Jsti ' ,t i
it 1 - LO,. ; 5 I
V
oruue or ony, sraooin or graouiar.i ,,rv nr th. -narir." wh. frr,
coare grained or fine grained. An t-ceded in getting Ms men on the right
attractive meal avoids too many food' track.
of the same texture. Milk toat and1 '
custard make a combination too soft, ' -
rrinp rolls and nuts make a combina-l
tli.n It.tt Yiztr-A I 1 1 r rillnvu rin Sia nth.;
jan. 1 a. 1 ne j mperiai 1
tTniversity of Tokio ha derided to add;
a chair of Russian, for the study of!
the iHmruuge and ot her subjects re-
Jotinif to K tilts if. It wilt In the ril.t
Jnps .stndjr AlKMit K-.ia.
er hand go well with meat stewe,
hard cookies with soft desserts such
as cuMtarda and ice creams, crisp
cratkeH with soup, nuts with raisins
or figs.
Bread and butter combines the oily1
fp.lih the more or less granular, let
j tuce or other marinated vegetables -
j with mayonnaise puts the .smooth!
'with the crisp. Crannlar brown
! bread Is excellent with baked applen, j
mealy baked beans taste better with
;a little pork; smooth mashed pota-'
; t'Ms are good with the crust of cooked:
.meat: In potato salad, .celery and cu'
: cum her add a pleasing crifpness. j
Tnsofar ns our meals conform to the;
recognized ideals of fond ,combina-y
tKnr they will he"tnore"nearIy satis-;
fy us who eat them. .
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"Risk MeetiAj PadrT r j jfc f.
Instead ofr"Come Pray'4
Brings in 'the Soldiers
leo of Literature.
I
I
POHTT.AXn, Jan. 1 5 He
ports that the mayor and Khffrlff
and chief of police had had con
Terences concerning measures to
be tnken ahould leaders' In the
recently urbanized council of
'workmen.'' ollier and .allora
attempt to precipitate troubre.
are said to have suited the or
ganization and. convinced ita
heads that Portland doea not
Intend to tamper with a few
firebrand. ,
Mayor Kaker has no Ktate
mem to give out resardins the
conferencex, but it in known that
no precautionary xtepa have
been overlooked in the desire to
keep I'ortland fl'ee of such tur
moil a.i that experienced by Se
attle Sunday.
Portland, Or., Jan. 16. C'ompulNoiV
wearinc ot tfnluenza maxtta will not
in effect In Portland, as the result
of ft negative vote east by Commission
er John M, Mann at the spectui of the
olty ctniimtsslocn yesterday afternoon.,
At least, 'the ordinance as framed
could not take effect for 38 days with
a voto of one commissioner standing
aganst It. Innsmuch as one vote auto
matically eliminates the emergency
clause. Seven days are then required
before the third reading and So days
for the measure to tnke effect, if
Passet , by the commission after an
other reading.
The. ordinance had been amended
and. was culled for a voto when Com
missioner Mann arose to oppose the
measure.' i . . ,
"Since this ordinance has been tin
der consideration, I have talked to no
less than 100 medical authorities," he
explained, "and the concensus of
opinion Is that the disease can be stop,
ped without compulsory -wearing of
the .mask, through strict enforcement
of the quarantine. Those who wish to
wear the mask may do so; it Is option
al. I will cast my vote against this
ordinance."
Two hundred and tfcnt five new
cases of influenza and 16 deaths had
been reported to the health -bureau
at 4 o'clock yesterday, a decrease In
new ca'ses of 'liob from the report
turned in Tuesday. - - 1
Si
GERMANY SEES SELF,
PRESS RAPS MEANS
TOWARD SOCIALISM
Jf, there is harmon;tn leniuny it l
Isn't -expressed In this "rap at the peo-1
pie of Heiiiii in the Cologne Volks-!
xeitung:, : . ,!
To hull with the .Kerliners, .people1
without soul ' and without heart ; Mm-'!
placable' foes of all kttltur. In the:
great record ; book of humanity, I a;
monstroua debt , of blond 1h inscribed
againvt Berlin. He who has not yet;
made himself acsqualnted with the re- j
vol ting sentiments which have -prevailed
in the I'rusMan capital for cen-!
turies Is wilfully blind. H.-rlin Is an
immenKe moral cesspool. We refuse
to be any longer unedr Its way.
Kccpiiu4T Wnw-s I)owi.
Vons gazette indicates a movement
that will come far from lessening the
spread of bolshevlsm. It reports 1'aul
Hirsch of the rrussiun political cab
inet as saving that the government
plans to create an Independent wage
department, the chief work of which
win be to prove to the working closnes
how disastrous wuT;bfc the result if
they Insint OB demanding excesnlve
wages. (
f:1irriiiieiitfl rondcmmtl.
And Braunn, minister of gurlcut
ture, 1h uuoted In the Iter! In Tageblatt
as saying.
What We need is work andy bread,
to which end we must get our indus
tries going and leave experiment alias-'
f ng to t he f u t u re. Wa ge demands,
too. -must be kept withn reason. It
Is sheer madness for a soldiers coun
cil to split up a great estate and sell
it In small holdings, as was recently
done. That ts not the Way to social
ism. , No 'worse moment than the pres
ent could b chosen for socialization.
WORK OF ITALIAN
SPIES REVEALED,
EIGHTY DROPPED
BY AIRPLANES
f HOMK, Ja.- !. ,Fu1 Is -for
the icrcat Italian offensive start
ed coi.Hidernble attention was at
tracted to the cxtraortilnary ac
curacy of the knowledge of af
fairs beldud Uie Austrian Tines' ftt
iowesMlm of Cetiera liux and
hi staff. II is now knowu Utat
mncli of this exact tnfomiHltloii
was siv.ured by men wbo went
droped In eiMniy territory hy
Italian airplanes and after an In
terval -for. ohMervalion picked lip
and brought Imek by aviutors.
ltirJn the three nmntJis Just
.prior to. the launching of the Ital
ian drive SO men were engaged In
fills perilous work. ATI had thril
ling adventures.
.iff
SALE
lanv men bonitlit stilts "in"
the first thrco days of litis '
leiwnt'BMlc. ' ' . . , , , ,
e know tliut In the next
two days Clio iiiuiiIht of cu
tonicra will (filial if nut stir,
pass those of the first three,
. You will not lie able lo ilii
lillcate tbe VuIuch fur sumo
tiiuv to come.
Men's fine Diiltx, ItctfiilarM.
Slouls and Iioiibb. iiluc
S-rrcsi included.
Vuliii-8 to $:!S.0O
'
' Buy now and save'-"''
i - i.t t'n -til; it: i') I
BOND
BROTHERS
lYndletoirs lAadiujr Clothiers
mortal t ree along the grew t t rans
contlneutal motor h'Bhways.
P. R DidHdale, secretary of the assr
elation, says many towns and cllltv
have taken up the idea and the Gener.
al Pderatlon of Women's Clubs Is
cinsidering a idmllar plan for the Lin
coln highway to be carried out by the
statn organizations.
. "Nothing could b moro appro
priate'' nays Mr. Pack, "than to tiavn
each state, through which a motor
highway passes, plant 'victory oaks
or victory elms or other trees, for hur
soldiers who have died in battle. The
motor has played a mighty part in
winning tho war.
Wood has played a Mg part In vle
tnrv ton. itut tt nt;H ttitimt ttt 'rr-olprt-
Ished. With each state ' cooperating
with the highway authorities, a living
age-long lesson could be tuught tbe
coming generations us to tho beatilio
an4 value of forestry."
-onni ta,si: i.ikk it
ix , ii:xii.trrox
There has never been anything In
Pendleton with tho INSTANT action
of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., an mixed In Adler-l-ka. ONK
BPOONFCL fliiHhvs tho EXTIUI3
bowel trsrt so completely It relieves
ANY CASK Hour stomach, gas or con
stipation and prevents , appendicitis
The IXHTANT. pleasant action of AoV
ler-i-ka surprises both doctors and pt
ttents. Tallrnan & Co druggists.
HONOR ROLL
HERE'S "ANOTHER uVS-'WAR SECRET LAUNCHES
JJUUBLE PtPIH CHARGE',
MONUMENT ON THas CRAVE Of MAKYITTNEyJl : 04.1-4.
Pet in a gror of beautiful tr,'
within i(ht of th acenfl of for
tuH" tnuniph. It the remain, of
Mary l'uini'V. champion three
iiuMiy liuUur In 11 band rham
m.n touHwHAttrtir tn 11. 1
Eb u bun.d lo. m iitli cam-.
tery for race horae. at North Ran
dall. Ohio, balleved to be the only
on of iu kind located on a race
cour. fry laam nyiM , ,5 ;
A large mooument has been
erected to her nvemory . by her
onrnr..Chauncey8ars..'"
1 i
. I.on-uon". Iec 2n. (By mall.)!
The war has tatiltrtit a Icon to the
clcrayman an wpII ax to the layman. J
i Thoe prlcwtw and tiaronit who don-j
ri-d khakl and went "over there" t' -
. tnd tyin'ir flocl have lurnt how best ;
to Influence the men; one padre, for:
liistan'-e. found it' wan no ne exhort
ing ihPm to "come and pray." .0 f n -
xrc.ifl he fturk a notlc-e outride hi
d.if.r -a.vlnj( "t'ome in and rik meet-;
in Ihe padre" and they came.
( I'i'reK frenienlly were Heen wan
fleiln round ihe cainpe with u. iiinle
it iiH hand jind a ox of dottrel!.'.,
the other, for they, learned that
.Tommy, in hin exiremlly axked. not;
; for pra ers. I.tjt f.r a inioke and
'con par.lonhlp. Armed with the ne I
.3
r " - r ' 1
l : 'V i. ;
LZLi svtj rr-7
Aurora.
Bkaheni. !
Wounded Severely.
Private Claude J. Pomeroy
Grande. Ore.
I'rlvate Wifllam It. Marsh
Ore. ...
Private Chester Larson.
Or.
Private" Letcher Xorvell. Helix. Or.
Wounded (Dejcrw I'tMhttennbii-d)
IrevloiiMly IteiMwted MJhIii In
Action.
Private Laurel F. "Boyd. Wallowa.
Orenton. . t ' .
Private Frank .V. Keller, Lebanon
Oregon.
FOURTH DAY
uruuic1..'
:' 'MEN'S
fHMM WOMKX AND --
llIIJnKX AIDI1 1TAIT
WOMB. Nov. 26 Statistics Just
completed hy the Italian government
show the remarkable part thnt was
played by the women of Italy in tho
conduct of , the war. ,
Against 900,000 men employed . In
all of the Italian establishment en
gaged in the manufacture of war ma
terial, there .was a total of i0O.OO
Women and children. The contribu
tion of the Italian women towards the
war, not only in the matter of man
ual labor, but In every othr branch f
was so treat that the Italian parlia
ment has been asked to entabllMh a -new
order of kriiht-hood which will
be conferred t exclrfMlvety' on women
for services rendered during the war.
SALE
Many 1111 n lioualit miilx In
the first three days of thin
f;iVal alc.
We know tlnit In Hie next
tun daya Hie iiuiulii r of cu.
tnniers will canal ir not wir.
pa tlio! of the first three.
-'t .
You will not lie anlo to
( ..plicate the inliies for .noihc
" tinie to eonie.
' 1 ' ' Slcrt'i fow mM i:,(tulai W
SIouih and liOiiK". ItUiu ,
' ' ' Urtge lurjuded. '
. , Value-' lo s;fr,.do
ii vu: w:i iy"l! 1
Plan Ixmg Ranks of
Trees to Honor Dead
Thii looki like a Ino-heaJcd hammer of ThorTufiritntqjmoJern
American Vaf invention, mounted on the deck of o U-boafdtilroycrQIt
it called a Y-gun. and it laanchc a double depth charge 'al ont r clean-.
Tl - -1 j,-.Ifl .l l I f . 1 a . .
1 ski. . uiunu gciiinf inr u-noai larnoara ana siarooara at the tame
WAHHIXOTO.v. Jan- 14 'Anatlon.
1 wide movement ha. heen Hlarted hy
:the American Koreetn aswociation for
.the nlnntinir of menun-lal treee for Ihe
KOldiern dead.
I Charlex lithrop Puck. jrc.i(lent j.
tho association ha. written to every
lintaT'ij tamirwr iiJi r n,),ir,nJi, f ,.!.,.rvVil .Kovernor. nskinif cooperation.- Tho
-"---C" -rj..y iptaa is to I
tiave each Rtate lant inc-
Eii'y now arid save
BOND
BROTHERS
lVnillclon's Imlliij; Clothiers

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