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THE HOOD RIVER NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1912
New Rugs and Art Squares just in
A swell line of white lingerie Dresses for "girls 2nd floor
New Summer Underwear eStdcV;ZSuiu
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It is admitted
sets the style for
men's hats ; there
fore, in selecting a
"Stetson" hat you get
the latest style for this
John B. Stetson and other high
grade Hats, making one of the
largest assortments of New Spring
styles that there is in the city and
at a less price than you will pay
anywhere else in the city for the
same quality. Our Spring Showing
includes all the very latest styles
and shapes, and in the matter of
price we can supply you with any
priced Hat you may wish from a
soft wool Hat for $1.00, up to the
best John B. Stetson made of im
ported Belgin Hare Fur.
Men's High Grade Shirts
You can not buy a"'Shirt that will
give you the satisfaction in point of
fit, finish'and wearing'qualitiesthat
a MANHATTAN SHIRT will. They
will not' fade from "either .washing
or from sun light, and thus always
look fresh and new each time you
put them on.
Manhattan Shirts in all the new
est weaves and colors for
We also have the 'No Fade" Shirts
for men in the new Spring Patterns
perfectly cut and proportioned.
Every Shirt comes with the extra
pair of cutfs.'which may be sewn
on when the original pair becomes
fraved or worn. "No Fade" Shirts
A splendid line of band collars and
attached soft collar Shirts for men,
in all colors, and in the newest
weaves in fine percales, madras,
Soisette and silk for
50c and 75c
We will sell you a genuine Soisette
Shirt, soft collar, comes in cream,
white and tan, a shirt worth $1.50,
For Only 95c
CopjT'.jhl Hut SchlfiKl & Ulll
MEN'S CLOTHES FOR EASTER
Never have we had such a splendid
showing of high grade, well tailored
Clothes within the reach of all.
You want to look your best Easter
Sunday, and you have plenty of
time yet to select one of these from
our splendid line of
Hart, Schaffner & Man, or Cloth Craft Lines
If you want the best clothes made let us
show you some of these New Spring
.Models in Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes,
hundreds of new spring patterns the
distinctive hairline, pencil and woven
stripes, the handsome browns, grays,
tans and fancy blues are here in profusion.
New Spring Suits for Men for ....
$6, $8, $io and up
Glace Kid, Lisle and Silk
Gloves for Easter
We have all kinds of
Gloves for ladies, in cot
ton, silk, lisle and kid, in
all colors and all lengths.
Ladies' silk Milan Gloves,
2-clasp. colors black and
white, a splendid wearing Glove
that gives satisfaction MZn
the pair 4uu
Ladies' finest silk finished lisle
Mosquetai e Glove, in wthie, grey,
black and tan, 2-clasp, the rrtp
Ladies' chamoise Suede Mosquit
aire Gloves, 16-button length. 2
clasp, colors white and COp
natural, the pair UUu
Ladies' long Gloves in finest lisle,
double tips, in black, tan and
white, the pair
Ladies' Glace Kid Gloves, come
brown, mode, grey, green, ftn
navy, tan, black and white OliUU
Easter Coats, Suits and Dresses
You have yet a few days left in
which to select your Coat, Dress or
Suit, and we know we can please
you. We have certainly got a fine
line for you to choose from and our
prices are within the reach of all.
We have all the newest weaves and
Ladies' one-piece Dress of blue
serge, trimmed with black and white
corded silk around collar and
sleeves. Dutch collar and elbow
sleeves. High waist, plain ff
We have one-piece Dresses in all
the popular materials and colors;
high waist line, with reverse and
one sided effect; Dutch neck style,
elbow sleeve; skirt pleated, piped
and braided effects to match waist.
Dressesr yp On Qand
for OOiOf ODf OUj OJup
Suits for Ladies'
You must see
in order to
ciate the big
values w e
ioned in the
straight o r
c u t- a -w a y
three or four
front or back
side and back
tan. grey, stripes and
tures. New spring
Suits for ladies'
Lingerie and Tailored Waists
No woman can have too many of
these dainty well made Waists for
the summer weather ahead made
of sheere lawns and batistes trim
med with cotton filet, cluny and
val L ces also dainty, double
thread lace and embroidery. Some
have fancy yokes trimmed with
lace and medallions, some have side
Uhe PARIS FAIR
Hood River's Largest and Best Store
frills edged in lace, high and low
necks and long and short
sleeves. Your choice
Hats lor Easter
The girl and young Miss, too, will
want the new Hat for Eastertide
wear, and no where in the city is
there a more lovely and varied
array of style than here in our
Millinery section, on the second
floor. Simple tailored models of
white milans, burnt and peanut
straw, trimmed in bands and drapes
of silk and velvet. Then the dantiest
of dressy Hats in the most charm
ing styles in lovely laces, embroid
eries, all white and combined with
pink or blue silk; also leghorns and
fancy straws and braids. We have
never offered you a more beautiful
and becoming line of Easter .Milli
nery than we are this spring. A
becoming style for every one and
at a most moderate price. Just
drop in and take a look at the
splendid assortment we have on
display. 2nd Floor.
In this line we have almost any
thing you can think of-all colors,
shades and widths; plain colors,
dresdens, stripes, plaids and fancies.
Fancy wash Ribbons from J to J in.
wide, all colors, 5 yards f f
to the bolt, the bolt 1 UC
Pure Silk Ribbon, all colors from 2 1
to 4 inches wide, a splen- t fr,
did value, spec'l the yd.. . 1 UC
Shawknit and Wonder Hose tor Men-the best you can get
We have a tull line ot Straw Hats, including Panamas tor men and boys :: New Oxford Pumps and Slippers in Black, Tan, Muck and Suede
Services at the M. E. church Sun
day will commence with a sunrise
prayer tier vice at C:00 a. m. Sunday
school at 10:00 a.m. At 11:00 a.m.
an elaborate program will le ren
dered by the Sunday school. Junior
league at 3:00 p. m. Kpwortb
league at fi:.'W p. m. At 7:30 p. m. a
sacred concert will be rendered by
the choir and a short address given
by the pastor. All are cordially In
vited to attend these services. W.
11. Young, I'astor.
The Sunday school will celebrate
Kuster with exercises at 10 a. m.
At 11 o'clock the usual service will
lie held with seclal musical pro
gram, the Lord's Supper, reception
of mem ben and baptism.
The Mood IMver Commandery,
Knights Templar, will hold their
Kaster service at 4 p. m. Kev. K. T.
Simpson, rrelate, will Ik In charge.
All are Invited to each service.
10.00 a. in . lilble school. 11:00 a
m , Kaster exercises by the Sunday
school. 4:40 p. m , according to the
practice of the past two seasons, the
gathering of the congregation will
le as a vesper service. The music Is
under the charge of Miss Br; ant anil
the local talent will 1 assisted by
the "Mosler Male (Junrtette." Mr.
Hargreaves will give a brief address
on the subject, "Mglit In the Dark
ness." Christian Science Services
Christian Science services will lie
held In the Commercial Club rooms
Sunday at 11 a. in., subject, "I'lire
allty." Sunday school at 10 a. in. In room
B, Davidson building. Wednesday
evening testimonial meetings are
held In Davidson building All are
cordially Invited In attend th-se
services. Heading room open dully,
No. 0, Davidson building.
Canh to Loan
We have cash to loan upon Im
proved ranch property.
Hoop Uivkk IUnkimi & Tim ht Co.
Important Announcements Received
Late And Condensed
A delightful entertainment Is prom
ed when the Appollo Concert Com
pany appears here Thursday, April
Faster services will be held at St
Mark's Episcopal church as follows:
Holy Communion 7 a. m.; Holy Com
munion and sermon 11 a. in.; Sunday
School 10 a. in. All Christian people
are Invited to participate In the
' Three Hours Service," In com
memoration of the death of our Lord
and Saviour upon the cross. This
service will be held from 12 in. to 3
p. in. Friday of this week at St.
Mark's Episcopal church.
The attention of members of Hood
Hlver Commandery No. lL Knights j
Templar, and any visiting Sir Knight
within our jurisdiction, Is directed to
the Templar Easter Service, which
will be conducted by our Prelate, the
Kv. E. T. Simpson, it Hlverslde
Congregational Church Easter Sun
day, April 7, it 4 p. m.
Grace U. I!, church. Oak and Sixth.
Vesper services discontinued for the
summer. Usual services Sunday
morning. Christian Endeavor at 7
o'clock. Special Easter exercises at
Hp. in. J. I!. Parsons, Minister.
Unitarian church. At 10 o'clock
the Sunday school meets as usual.
A Cradle Koll service will be observed
for the babies. At 11 o'clock the
Easter service of worship will be ob
served with a special program. At!
p. m. the public Is cordially Invited
to a Sunday Easter concert at which
a tine program will be given.
Make This a Summer of Double Pleasure
take a Kodak with you add to the enjoyment of motoring, motor
boating and every other recreation permanently picture the scenes
and Incidents of the outdoor das, by the simple, easy Kodak way.
Light, dainty and compact are the Kodak instruments; no dark
room necessary for loading, unloading or lor development; every op
eration In full daylight, any time to suit your convenience.
If it's just merely to acquaint jourself with the Kodak, to look
over the different Instruments and their prices, we'll be glad to show
Price Rango Front 91.00 lo'.$65.00
CARL A. PLATH
ACCIDENTS ARE SOME
I'.y accident the Pine Grove people
are to have an opportunity to listen
to the Apollo Concert Company on
April the lnt.li at Pine drove Orange
Through a mishap In train connec
tions the Pacific Lyceum Ilureau was
compelled to have a missing date for
this concert company. The mana
ger wrote to the, hall committee at
Pine drove offering t hem this com
"We would rather lose $7." than
This company Is entirely too large
In numbers and too high priced for a
small house, and If lovers of good
music and concert entertainment de
sire a treat, they may never again
have an opportunity eiUal to this at
It Is said that this company carries
with It a whole wagon load of differ
ent musical Instruments. Some of Its
artists hold the World's Pair Medal
as the best soloists on the trombone
and banjo. We almost wish we
lived at Pine drave so we could at
tend this concert.
Prof. F. A. Myers spent Sunday In
The rise In the river has made It
possible for the Wind Hlver Lumber
Company to resume operations, the
the mill starting up Wednesday.
Frank Walt has purchased the
('has. King place and will make some
extensive repairs to the house. Mr.
King and family will move to Hood
Hlver In the near future,
Easter Sunday will be observed In
an appropriate manner by the Meth
odist Sunday School. A dainty Eas
ter souvenir will be given each scho
lar. A special offering will also be
The Ladles' Aid Society will hold
an Luster Food Sale at the hotel on
Sat unlay afternoon,
W. V. Hutchinson returned Mon
day from Underwood, where he tins
been working In the post-olllco for
the pat few weeks.
Mrs..). F. Hendricks anil Infant
Daughter have returned from Port
land. Mrs. Kate llochn of Portland is
spending a few days visiting friends
Mark Cameron made a trip to
Portland Tuesday and bought some
new machinery for the Pine drove
W. W. Ultherbee returned to Port
land Monday with his family. Me
expects to remain In Portland for
d. W. Chapman returned from
Eastern Oregon Saturday.
The revival meetings which were
liclng held In the M. E. church closed
Alex Lacey, who recently pur
chased a five-acre tract from C. It.
Maslker, has now a large portion of
It set to fruit and Is planting deco
rative trees and shrubbery. He con
templates building a residence In the
early full. "Watch for returns."
S. D. Cameron, after searching the
community for a boarding ho use and
finding prices unr-nsonnhlc, decided
to find a cook, but, as the supply
was limited, gave up In despair and
has now secured the necessary sup
plies for a bachelor. He expects to
settle down to a life of uninterrupted
Mr. Whitehead brought a crew of
men from Portland Monday to work
on the road In the Nell creek district.
A. J. Koscnstlhl has succeeded deo.
Sheppard, who resigned his position
as manager of the ditch to look after
his Interest In the box factory.
TheOdell Sunday school will give
an Easter program on Sunday morn
ing and the Epworth league will
take charge of the evening services'
Mrs. Ferguson returned from a
trip to Portland Sunday.
Special for Saturday
Cudahy Hex hams, le; Cudahy
Diamond C hams, 20c; Our llcst lard,
5 lbs. 70c; 10 lbs. 140. We handle
nothing but U. S. Inspected steer
beef. Pork and mutton cost you no
more than you pay for cow beef else
where. Mi di ikk Iliios. Maukkt.
Special Easter Dinner
Hotel Oregon will serve on Easter
Sunday, April 7, a special Table
d'hote dinner from r:30 p. m. to 7:30
p. in. Music by the Mandolin orchestra.
The ladles of the I '.elm out church
wish to announce that they will hold
an Easter sale on Saturday. April 0,
at Frani Hard ware store.
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores, lumba
go, rheumatism or neuralgia Is I Sal
lard's Snow Liniment. It Is healing,
penetrating and antiseptic, which Is
everything that Is needed to effect a
complete cure. PMce l."Vc. ."jOc and f 1
per bottle. Sold by ( has. N. Clarke.
"I'm Just crazy to play golf," said
the enthusiastic summer plrl.
"Most people are." muttered too
mere man who had no ambition even
partly to fill the presidential ctalr.
Chi a po News.
Italic 's new Farm and darden
Kulc Hook and all books embraced
In the Hural Science series for sale at
Plfer's Hook Store.
Every family that has children Is
liable to have croup; Invariably at
night. If Mallard's Horehound Syr
up Is kept In the house. It saves going
after the medicine at an Inconvenient
time and checks that attack prompt
ly. Price LW, "iOc and $1 per bottle.
Sold by ( has. N. Clarke.
We print our paper MONDAYS and
TUESDAYS. Copy required Monday
S. E. BARTMESS
Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS
MOOD RIVER, OREGON
Annual Easter Dance
Pine Grove Grange Hall
JVLonday evening, Hpril 8th
Music will be furnished by
... NEWMAN'S ORCHESTRA ...
and a good time is assured
Come and Gnjoy Jourseff