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THK 3IORXING OREGOXIAN, FRIDAY. 3LVT .1G, 1919. -
Crowds Show No Hostility to
VIENNA WOMEN ATTRACT
Stenographers Said to Be Comely
and Soon After Arrival One Is
Seen Talking to Two Poilus.
BY LINCOLN EYRE.
fCopyrlsht by the New York World.
lished by arrangement.)
ST. GERMAIN, May 13. (Special ca
ble.) The reception whicfc has been
accorded ua has been delightfully
courteous. I hope that we shall go
away from St. Germain with hearts as
joyful as we bring with us."
"With this somewhat remarkable sen
timer.t expressed in gutteral German,
TTemier Renner, chief of the Austrian
delegation, replied to the formal greet
ing extended to the peace envoys of
the former Hapsburg empire on their
arrival here last evening.
In marked contrast to the Germans
wlien they came to Versailles, the
Austrians were smiling and apparently
In tho joyful" state of mind referred
to by their spokesman. Whether they
will remain so cheerful depends largely
upon the big four.
Xo lloaUHty Is Shown.
When the special train, which had
borne the delegation from Vienna,
steamed into the Grand Cointure sta
tion here only a small crowd was gath
ered about the station to view the ar
rival. It was noteworthy that there
was a complete absence of the hissing
with which the spectators greeted
Count von Brockdorff-Ilantzau and his
followers on their first appearance. M.
Chaloil prefect of the Seine et Oise
again officiated as the French govern
ment's reception committee.
In the second sentence of his speech
he voiced France's desire to received
the new comers with "traditional
French courtesy" and he introduced
Major Bourgeois, who heads the allied
military mission attached to the Aus
Without further ceremony the 53 men
and six women comprising the delega
tion, descended to the platform and de
bouched into the open space behind
the station where automobiles and om
nibuses were waiting to convey them to
I'rcmier lienner is housed in the
magnificent villa of Joseph Reinach
one -of the editors of the Figaro in the
Rue des Medicis. Professor Laniasch,
his wife and daughter, are in an ad
Joining house also owned by tho Rei
nach family. Both places have a su
perb view over Paris, a fact for which
tt. Germain is famous.
AuatrianM Menu Simple. '
The allied mission and certain of
fkeis are installed .in the pavilion of
Jlonri Qiiatre. The Austrian rank and
file is quartered in the pavilion of
Francis Premier, an erstwhile restau
rant, and in other nearby villas.
The arrangements for the reception
of the visitors had not been completed
before their arrival, and beds and mat
tresses and other furniture were being
carried hastily indoors. Apparently the
voyagers from Vienna are not to be so
sumptuously fed as their ex-allies. The
dinner served them last night consisted
of soup, mutton, a salad, dessert, the
asparagus and strawberries with which
the Germans were regaled being con
spicuously lacking. The French found
the women stenographers accompany
ing the plenipotentaries far more at
tractive than the feminine element at
"Within five minutes after their ar
rival one of the fair Viennese was seen
chatting cheerily with two poilus on
the sidewalk outside the Francois pre
ELKS BUY RIVER FRONTAGE
Ouiinsr Club on Banks of rtog
Planned by Metlford Lodge.
MED FORD, Or., May 15. (Special.
- With the purchase today of a 12-acre
tract on Rogue river, tile local lodge o
Elks asserts it will have the only out
ing club in the state owned by th
order. The new site is within a 25
minute motor trip of Medford, reache
by the Pacific highway and the lodge
plans to erect an attractive clubhous
with accommodations for members,
wives and children.
"While trout fishing will be the main
diversion, there will be provision for
all sorts of outdoor sports and ' games
including boating, swimming, baseball
and tennis. This is the third large out
ing club established by Medford people
on the banks of the Rogue.
Buy Now While Prices Are Low
WATCH Tom SCCAR STOCK The TJ. S. Food Administration JWI
upon dealer In refined auacar the deirablllty of their replenlMhiufC
their atockn now to Insure against the possibility of . local shortages.
SVGAR! OIR TERMS ARE CASK ATTHIS LOW PRICK
BERRY CJTT AT? Q CASH AT Berry Cane Sugar Ttr-
CANE SUuiilV ipVMO STORE -. llvered to You at 9.IM
FLOUR WHOLESALE PRICES
. SUPERIOR FANCY PATENT FLOUR -Per
barrel' $11.75, per 49-pound I0 QC
White Rose Family Flour, per barrel rfJO - Qf
$11.00, 49-lb. sack.......... POv
White Rose Family Flour, per barrel C C C A
SIO.75. 98-lb. sack J
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR .
Per 49-lb. sack J... .'..$2.75
jg -- - " - - gg
MILK Milk has advanced 25ei we have not raised our prices.
J.ihby Milk, 4e large cans Jn ease, SH.OOl per doi SJ.50
Federal Milk. 4S large cans In rase, Sii.OOl per do ". 1 .
Carnation Milk, 48 large cans in case, 6.35l per dot
'Borden's Milk, 48 large cans In case, $6.25 1 per doi l.bO
WE STILL COMIME TO MAKE A LE.UJER OF
HERSHEY'S highest grade Cocoa at about. Ji the price you.
Hershey's high-grade Cocoa Is
pure Cocoa of the choicest
quality. o starch. 3io sugar.
Hershey's Cocoa, 1 lb. to
4 lbs., per pound 35
Hershey's Cocoa, 5 lbs. or
over, per pound 32
Hershey's Cocoa. 100-1 .
tin cans, per pound HOC
Hershcy'a Almond Bar, 24
cakes In box, per box. .SI. 35
Hershey's Chocolate Bar,
24 cakes In box, box... 1.35
Pure Sorghum Molasses, Se. 10 cans, S1-50; No. S cans, 00c I
No. 2 cans
Lux Wash Ponder, dozen, fl.30; each .....lie
M. & R. EXTRACTS
EXTRA STRENGTH USE SPARIXCLV
M. & It. Vanilla Compound, specially prepared from "Vanilla Bean.
Chemically I'ure Vanilln, Cumarin and Caramel Color. Guaranteed
not to bnke, boll or freeze out.
2-Oz. 4-Oz. S-Of. 16-Or. 32-Oz.
Vanilla F-laTorinaj 25 40 8 .75 81. 40 $2.75
Lemon Flavoring HOC 55C l.OO l,7j 3.2
Strawberry, Banana, Pineapple, Almond Flavoring, 2-o 30C
Coffee by Mail at Wholesale Prices a Coffee With
a Guarantee Satisfaction or Your. Money Back
We will deliver Free of Charge to
your nearest shipping; point or
ty parcel powt, Jnno Coffee at
38c PER POUND .Tni""?
thin eoffee is not Matlafactory we
will refund 'the full amount of
the pu retinae prlee.
JtOSfcs Or 1 U l L U ii TKA,
regular 75c per lb..
special, per lb ,
OUT-OF-TOWN PEOPLE TAKE PARTI GUI. AR NOTICE.
All mail orders will be filled carefully and promptly at
these low prices.
D. C. BURNS COMPANY
208-210 THIRD ST., BETWEEN TAYLOR AND SALMON
Special Mall Order Service Write for' Monthly Price List.
Member (.renter Portland Association.
Wholesalers to Private Families. Hotels and Restaurants.
A Great Sale of Skirts $6.75
Dozens of Attractive Styles
They're all the season's best styles in silks and wools selling from $7.95
to $11.50. Fancy plaid and striped taffetas in beautiful patterns and color
ings. Weal for summer and sports wear. They come with fancy pockets
and wide girdles. Wool plaids for service wear in dark or light shades.
.This is the best skirt sale in months- don't miss it !
An Admirable Occasion to
Supply Yourself With Blouses
New Crepe de Chine Blouses
Extra-weight crepe de
chines designed in de
lightful' styles. Smart
'new collarless effects with round neck
pretty square necks with large flat collars,
tucks and hemstitching. Also tailored styles
. with high or low necks. White, flesh, maize
On Our Third Floor
Our trimmed hats have all been
300 Trimmed Hats are now
Regularly marked to $6J0
375 Trimmed Hats are now
Regularly marked to $10
Every Untrimmed Hat
One Entire Table of
These Third Floor Specials mean
many, many dollars saved on the
season's smartest hats. Come in
this week and make yourselec
tion one can afford more than
one hat when these reductions
Gapes and Dolmans
In a Big Week-End Sale
These are exceptional in style and
quality. Vest effects, as well as
butterfly and full graceful models.
Tho most fashionable of
all "wraps at a very special
price. You can't afford to
miss this sale.
j .---:--. . $-4 7. 50
.;-.. .-.-.-. -.;.t.-. $40.35
w .T.--i-T--i-r."'-i- $23.3o
Convincing Suit Offerings
Emporium values are becoming more and more a fact with Portland
women. In suits especially we lead all for economy and style. See
the exceptional suits we are showing at .
$25.00, $29.50 and $35.00
Beautiful Silk Petticoats at $3.95
Z.. SWEtTCO I
124to 128 SIXTH ST., JUST OFF WASHINGTON
The best values we've been
able to offer in months. Taf
fetas mostly in changeable
colors. A few with jersey
tops. Many of these sold for
Taylor, after -they .had pleaded guilty
to charses of vagrrancy, brought by
Mrs. S. H. Upton of Portland, of the
Facific Coast Rescue and Protective
According to evidence introduced.
both men paid the railroad fare of an
18-year-old girl living- in Albany, the
former from Klamath Falls to Weed,
Cal., and the latter from Weed to Med
ford. Mrs. Upton was on the train
and noticed the trio. The arrests were
made in a local hotel early this morn
inc. ravidstn and the younj? girl,
whose name is withheld by the authori
ties, unable to furnish bonds, were
taken to the county jail at Jackson
ville. Whitejob is out on bail.
This case had hardly been disposed
of when a Miss Gherkin of Ashland and
George Bearsley, a local rancher, were
arrested on the same charge. Upon
their promise to get married at once
they were lined $25 and costs and re
are. to exhibit at the liose festival -m
Portland to divide into squadrons at
the close of the festival and visit sev
eral towns in Oregon.
The order was telegraphed today to
the commandant of Mather Field, Sac- !
Jail Breakers Still at Large.
EVERETT, Wash.. May 15. No cap-
tures were reported today of any of
the five men wno yesterday sawed the
steel bars of the county jail here ami
slid down a plank to liberty. Sheriff
James McCulioch said today he be-
lieves'a woman .smuggled the saw into
the jail to them. The sheriff is of the
opinion that the men are hiding in the
woods near here.
Pittsburg Walks to Work.
PITTSBURG, May 15. A drench in:
downpour of rain added to the dis
comfort of thousands of persons in
Pittsburg and nearby towns who were
AIRPLANES TO TOUR OREGON forced to waIk to work todav a the
Several Towns AVill Be Visited at
Close of Rose Festival.
OREGOXIAN NEWS BUREAU. "Wash
ington, May 15. Orders have been giv- I
en by Colonel MHton Davis of the mil
iary air service for ihe airplanes which
conductors of the Pittsburg Railways
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
BEAVERTON HEROES HOME
Plans Under Way to Welcome Boys
Serving in France.
"BEAVERTON, Or.. May 15. (Special.)
"-Telegrams received here yesterday
announce the arrival at Camp Dix of
Vincent Fitzpatrick, Leon Davis and
James O. Emmons, members of the old
3d Oregon and the first Beaverton boys
to get into the thick of the fighting in
They are expected to arrive here the
last of the month. Plans are under
way to give them a rousing reception.
The Honor Guard girls are planning a
banquet and lodges, schools and other
organizations will join in the welcome
to the returned heroes.
FISH PRICES UNDER PROBE
Rapid Decline May Cause Vessels to
SEATTLE, "Wash.. Mar 15. (Special.)
Alleging that declines in the price
paid by wholesalers for fish on the Se
attle halibut exchange have become so
rapid during the last few days as to de
mand attention, members of the Fish
ing Vessel Owners' association said to
day that they would be compelled to
tie up their vessels if there is not an
immediate improvement in the market.
They complain that the prices as jaid
for frefi halibut, ling and mixed ccd
are rediculous, considering the cost of
the fish on the city markets patronized
by the public.
The cause of the decline of prices and
to devise ways and means for getting
a more equal share of the value of t'.ieir
product, the Fishing Vessel Owners'
association will hold a special meeting
Pimples and Dandruff
The Soap to Cleanse
The Ointment to Heal
Don't wait to have pimplea and
blackheads, redness and roughness,
dandruff and itching. Prevent them
by making this wonderful skin-clearing
complexion soap your every-day
toilet soap, assisted by touches of
Cuticura Ointment to the first signs
of little skin and scalp troubles, and
dustings of Cuticura Talcum, a fas
cinating fragrance. In delicate Cuti
cura medication Tho Cuticura Trio is
wonderful. 25c each. Sample each
free of "Cuticura, Boston.
Gray Hair Like
New Discovery Develops the
Original Color of Gray Hair
in a Similar Manner to
the Developing of a
TRIO HELD AT MEDFORD
Train Trip to Weed and Return Re
sults in Arrests.
MEDFORD, Or., May 15. (Special.)
"David Davidson of Albany, Or., and M.
Whitejob, a traveling salesman from
San Francipen, were held to the grand
Jury under 250 bonds today by Justice
ot ihe Blood
Strong, Sturdy Men .
and 'Healthy, Beautiful Women
3,000,000 -Paopla tlsa It Annually..
Prof. John H. Austin, the famous
bacteriologist, hair and scalp special
ist of Chicago, spent years of study and
experimenting in the perfecting of
Co-Lo Hair Restorer the wontferfiri
liquid that brings back the original
color of gray nair-
-i-A pleasing remedy to apply clear as
water, without sediment; win not wasn
or rub off; and contains no lead or
sulphur, perfectly harmless it is the
only lasting and satisfactory way of
bringing back the color to gray nair.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer is equally satis
factory for every original shade of
A6 for black or dark shades of
A7 extra strong, for Jet black hair
A8 for all medium brown shades.
-A9 for all very light brown, drab
(and auburn shades.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer on sale at all
Owl UruB tolorea. .
We Are Able to Announce the Reopening of Our
IRVINGTON PHARMACY, Friday, May 16
It took us much longer than we anticipated, but we think we have a store that all Irvington may be proud of.
invite you all to the opening. There will be FREE ICE CREAM SANDWICHES FOR THE CHILDREN and some
thing for the mothers and fathers. Musical Concert 8 to 11 This Evening
To Celebrate the Event We Are Going to Hold
A Big Two-Day Sale Friday and Saturday at All Three Stores
You Will Find Substantial Savings on Each and Every Item f
Pebeco Tooth Paste 3S
Pepsodent Tooth Paste 3Sd
Kolynos Tooth Paste 2S
Revelation Tooth Powder 21
Lyon's Tooth Powder 21c
Java Rice Powder (all tints) 38d
Pussy Willow Face Powder 38
Walnutta Hair Stain 48
Hays Hair Health (small) 4Stf
Hays' Hair Health (large) 96
Hudnut's Violet Sec Toilet Water (small) 89
Hudnut's Violet Sec Toilet Water (large)
Analgesique Baume (French) 57
Fletcher's Castoria , 25c
Nuxated Iron Tablets 79
Cadomene Tablets SI. 10
Bitro Phosphates 89
Sal Hepatica (small) 28d
Sal Hepatica (medium) 55
Sal Hepatica (large) S1.10
Phenolax Wafers 19
Freesome Corn Cure. 28
Gets It Corn Cure .' 2Sd
War Revenue Stampa Added to Above Prlcea
is a geuuine Blood -Builder and we sell it on
the MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED
We are adding
only to our
time of sale
ING! We did not
raise prices at
actual tax .
from our own
llorlirk'a Maltrd Milk Small 4.o
llorlirk-K Malted Milk Medium 85r
llorlirk'M Mailed Milk Honp $2.!)S
Mfllin'a Kood, Inrcr "Ofl vlnzrn 8.00
KAI.I.K BRIND MII.lv (limit 3 to a rmlomrr).... lC
Wlldnian'a Cioat Milk (limit 5 to a colomrrl UlC
Ivory Snap, amall (limit 1 to a rimtomrrl 4 for.. 25c
t'rrmr Oil Soap. 3 for -?-, and 1 cake free, maklns;
Corlcura . -Soap lArs 4711 Sonp 191 Woodbnrr'a
Soap 19rt. Pram' 1'iiMrf ntrd soap lf)C
I. ox 12rs Skat Krt Klah 1
Jersmii' Violet .lycrrlne Soup. 3 for 2oO
WH1TK CAT XO WATER SO.tr 23
WATER GLASS (SIMPATE OF SODA)
1 Pint, month for richt down 20
1 lunrt, rnuneh for 1.1 tloxrn r!C
V loo. rnouvh for SO dozen JO(
1 Gallon, rnoUKk for tiO dozen 85o
Kacsvn arr a cheap n thcr -mill tret thl Mca
lun, whirh meana OOc to VI carina thin winter.
;illele Tlladea. Vs dozen "fC
t;em Oamnnkcne ltladea. pkar f)c
Durham Duplex Hlailra. pks
Kvrr-Kady Illariea. pkK It.'tO
a 4 .-in Jr. Snfety- Knzor S!)
Kver-Keady Safety Razor 89(!
Unraam Duplex Razora fcl)C
A full line of GII.LETTK and A TTO STROP
RA.OHS at cnrrenpomllnKljr LOW I'lllllOS.
' THERMO I.WCH KITS the 94.00 kind for $2. SI
K't HOT I.I ( II KITS the P4.00 kind for 2.5!)
" V 1 VERSA It Ll'.M'H KITS the 4.00 kind for a.51
All atylea Thermo. ley Hot and ITnlvernal
Vacuum Bottlen. Killera. Corka. and Repairau
Via STOCK IX ALL 3 STORES OF
Eastman Kodaks, Films and Supplies
STOUT - LYONS DRUG CO,
NORTHERN PACIFIC PHARMACY
Third and Morrison
E. Broadway at Thirteenth
PERKINS HOTEL PHARMACY
Fifth and Washington