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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVBNIfrffy MAfeCH .
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yJiw Gior Tories Offered hi
Sprinir. IS!!, will find nearly all
lines of Haberdashery back to a sine
price basis. The $:S silk shirt of a
year apo, when (he cost of raw silk
reached 11 pak thronsh an inflated
market, probably will never be seen
rln. The IS ncckweur is A relic of
For several years previous to 1910
flk .hirts were wn for all occasions
soc al as well as business. Vxxt with
prohibitive, price of last sprinir the
tminess man was forced tn po back to
the madras or filre siik shirt. Today
the price of the er,ii:e silk shirt is
where the fibre silk shirt was a year
The 1 Season for the IVolaie.
When the wave ef economy hit the
American consumer l.u-t autumn and
the JapancJse s 11; market vret.t to the
h-v wnflit, the manufacturer who was
left hiph and dry with a lot of
priced silk shirts, could do nothing
se but "get from, ur.der." This start
ed a downward rrjMi .f price hn,M
Will resell nx-1; bottom th.'s sprint.
,nd oncA mijrp the rsnre 4f eetotfpill;
shirts will he from JT.JO to $12 at the
bejfr a) ores.
Of course there w ill 1 a quality of
tiV. h rta. made of the almost traus-
raronl tub sJtk at prices as low as $4
n:d 14.50. which a year ago sold for
IS to $10. Tut what we mean by the
better :!k shirts are those of baby
broadcloth and Jersey knitsi the kind
that Rives the buyer the best service
ond with proper rare and cautious
laundering; will outwear a madras
StsHit Str'jvs Th!s Tear,
listyad of tbe broad stripes of oth
er years the tendency for spring and
inninwr 's toward the pin stripes, pen
cil striped and small checks. There
la mrn of fin 'r of refinement than
! ever. -nd the grade of workmanship
I is or a h't'her order.
t" to last year when factories were
working at top speed wcrkmansnip
was given secondary consideration,
hut with tho decreased demand more
time has been devoted In turning out
better tnirts. This spring will see a
tTrn.irt of whirt tiiilnrini? that annroach-
1 es the custom-made brand as nearly
as Is possible for large quantity pro
duction. TM-ct Silk SliXs I-iiprove.
, If Mr, J'.an wants a high grade sh'rt
tut 's a second cousin to the silk
rhirt will turn to the fiber silk
s-!it. Xever before has such progress
been maile in beautifying of fibre Bilk
in tha new lines. The '
makers have taken such pains in the
weaving of the cloth and In the mak
ing that It takes a close examination
to distinguish them from the real
Included In the spring selection are
many novelty weaves that will appeal
In beauty of pattern, richness of ma
terial, durability and price moderation.
Sootrh Martina Popular.
Cotton ehtrta are certain 'o sell
stronjr this spring, especially the
highest grades. Pine madras cords,
chambrays. oxfords, chevolts, poplins
and percales still continue the vogue
Among the novelties will be Scotch
madras of a highly mercerized effect.
With many of these shirts will go
separate collars, some hard, hut the
great malority of the' soft kind. Flan
nel shirts also will be worn by dis
criminating dressers, especially those
made from the French and English
selected cloths. Such Bhlrts for early
spring and sport wear are considered
Xet'kwcar Prices IViwn.
Neckwear prices, too, have taken a
tumble and men need no longer pay
from 4 to J8 to get the hotter grades,
rrlces are quite moderate, with excel
lent qualities from 1 to $3.50.
Pome of the finest types of Imported
grenadines, especially those hand
loom silk from Italy, will sell around
J.l.r.O instead of $6 the price of last
ipr.ng. Stripes not the striking kind
jf p her years but the more sulxlued
variety, W'UI predominate. The better
trades will be nhown In dark colors
md heather mixtures.
Scarves tYum l-Xire'ttn I.amls.
Foreign countries, more thaa ever,
will coiiliibute to the spring display,
ileavy woven cords, enibro dered ef
fects of printed floral and all-over de
signs will have a large following. Uaiy.
Switzerland, France, England and In
:he Far East will do their share In
giving .America a greater variety and
ilner variety than ever before.
Knitted ties will' bo narrower than
ever before. Instead of all over ef
I'evu the vogue will be stripes. I'lnln
olors will continue, to be dressy with
plain black considered Uio '..,.)-.
Hos iery Designs the Baino
There will tx few changes In hos
iery designs and materials. Men who
believed that Bilk hose was the thing
fop ointinetive dress will not turn to
the fine cassimeres, camel hair and j
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small two tones, heather mixtures and er crowns and narrower brims will be
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Simpler lines, smaller shapes, low-
the fashion In men's hats for spring.
Fine silk accordions and embrolfl- ; i 1 . We had a small taste of these
ered effects will not be shown as ex- 'styles last fall, but during the coming
tenslvely as In former years but checks i WRSon the effects will he more pro
of self or contrasting colors wdl he!nounced and more general.
considered In good taste. Colors In. ,
plain silk and lisle will remain very j The Influence of fore'gn Importa-
Hon Is more notable this year than
ever before. For a long, . long time
American manufacturers trailed far
behind their rivals across the sea.
much like last spring.
IJttlc tangos in Cloves. -
will effect gloves.
r. -..hi mr,oha shkHs. buck and : Progress In style was
hamols in standard colors or off materials were Inferior to the foreign
,.,. ..in furnish the variety for the ; brands and workmanship of a lower
season. Spear or emoroiaerea divcks
ire the only ornamentation with pearl
button slightly favored over the old
There"s really nothing new in the
pajniv.a line. Plain or pattern effects
if n .idras, percales, crepes, cham
bniys, soisette, fiber silk and pure silk
with the French neck continue In pop.
Soft collars will find a ready sale
again this season. There srobably
will be more hard collars worn than
heretofore, due to the fact that they
w.'ll be lower In style and more com
fortable In hot weather.
No radical changes mark under
wear, belts, jewelry, handkerchiefs
and walking sticks. '
American Makers Awaken.
During the last year American mak
ers have awakened to the fact that im
provement must be the order of the
day. And,, today the Yankee manu
facturer Is torglng. ahead with steady
Of course hats from France Paly.
England and other1 foreign makers as
sert their attractions mora from a
standpoint of fabric elegance rather
from any novelty note In the styling.
FVom, "across the pond" we will get
hats that are rich in color tones, soft
In texture, but the usual lustrous fin
ish of other years will not be as prom
Novelty Mixtures Strong.
Hut the most popular domestic
makes will be the novelty mixtures and
these have won greater popular favor
with each season.
There Isn't as much dash in the
hats this spring. The tendency Is to
ward the sedate proportions. In soft
hats as well as derbies the brims will
be narrower, with the crown' of the
soft hots measuring about I 1-3 Inches
and the brim about a 1-J Inches wide.
This will make the crown reach the
degree of uuattines and this is ac
centuated by the curl-up in the brim.
. Wido Hats IMsrardcd.
The broad army, sombrero and cav
alry effects of other years will be dis
carded almost entirely. But what the
hats lark In dash is more than com
pensated for in the texture tones.
Solid colors of rich tones will pre
dominate, while there will be a scat
tered showing of two-tone mixtures:
Just a few silk finishes and some
blended mimures. ,
The minimum amount of trimming
will rule this spring as slpliclty is the
keynote. The ribbon binding 'of a
number of ycurs also wll lbe missing
not altogether, but to such a degree ,
as to be noticeable. ' The welt brim
will tako Us place, ,, ,,
1 finiaU Similes In Derbies.
The small shape as described above
will feature the derby. Black will be
the major color, with a few browns
tans and pearls, The two latter col
ors will be more prevalent In the Hom
burg shapes, worn by the older men.
Tho younger men will prefer tha nat-'
ty small shapes. : .- :
In wool hal patterned fabrics of.
tweeds and casslmere are shown to ,,
some degree. These usually coma In;
small patterns and heather mixtures.'
The popularity of such hats is exten
slbe In foreign lands but their favor la,
greatly increased with each season in.
America. ' . ;.
No Clinngo in Cap Style. ;,"
The styles In caps remain practical
ly the same as last season. In fact
there has been no radical departure
in design for the last three years. Tha
one-piece cap is liked considerably
more than the five or six piece head
covering, while the golf styles prob-.
ably will tie worn a great deal trore
than the full crown effects of two
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Every customer who comes to us is entitled to
satisfaction ; if you dont get it, well make good .
Easter is Wlarch 27th--getyom
Mart Schaffner & ftlam
Unusually strong valuer in suits and overcoats at these prices '
$35.00 $50.00 $65.00
These prices are very attractive; but you know better than to buy anything just
for a price; it's quality that makes a real bargain. The quality is so fine m the
ju.i, ttiat tlivVo tlip leaf! nxnensive you'll find.
UlUlIlUS C Ul IV. i null
NEW STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN
The loosely draped coats with lower openings are the thing; .. t
square shoulders; simple lines. We'll show you a big yanety of
' - VOW BUSINESS MEN
We have a beautiful variety of rich worsteds and other good fab
rics that give business men the wear and service they need, bizes
and models for every figure.
When you wonder at the distinction that
marks Manhattan Shirts' remember that
the wnrthv nroduct of the finest
lshirt making organization m the world to-
And that an imcoiHllttoiial gmunntce of natlNfa4iry ser
! Is as miii li a part of yoor piueliase a Is the shirt Itself
$2.50 to $12.50
SHOES FOR MEN WHO CARE
Styled by men 'who know the demands of discriminating dresses,
and built with a precision to the smallest detail, our shoes meet
everv rcauirement'of the men who want the best in shoes.
1 $6.50 to $12.50.'
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