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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, POIITLAM), 3IAUCII 9, 1019.
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4 Delightful Showing of
All That Is Newest in Suits
We are especially featuring the box-back suits with jancy vests,
and those with the long, narrow skirts, heavily banded around
the bottom to give a clinging line. The new Russian blouse
jacket, too, is to be seen among our suit novelties, as well as
odd cut sleeves, carrying an inner sheering 0 silk, and bias
bands edged with braid, forming a new trimming note. We fea
ture every novelty in stiits for spring, and you will find that in
our close system of marking, our suits are priced from $5 to $10
less. In the following lots is the suit of your choice:
$35.00, $45.00, $49.50 and $59.50
Other In-Betwccn Suits $25 to S60.50
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YOUR SPRING DRESS
IS HERE! A complete and
beautiful assortment of
dresses in both silk and
wool. New vest effects and
all other novelties.
Capes and Dolmans
The Emporium is ever
ready with the newest the
season offers just so.
Capes and Dolmans are
here in a profusion of
styles and colorings. Plain
loose capes, those with
vest effects, those with
odd cut shoulders and ties.
Dolmans, and beautiful in
handsome materials, con
trasting with a glimpse of
bright silk lining.
Capes $17.50 to $49.50
Dolmans $29.50 to $69.50
A 'Blouse for your new suit in Georgette or Crepe de Chine.
Every dainty style $6.95, $825, $10.95 and $12 J50
If You Had a Thousand Hats
From Which to Choose
That is exactly what the Emporium off ers you 1000 trimmed hats just
begging to be tried on and admired. There is every conceivable style for
spring, every millinery suggestion that your
taste calls up. Rough straws, Milans, trans
parent effects, and silk and straw combinations.
$3.98 to $25.00
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Rough Straw Braid
10c to 35c Yard
Every color you could wish for making
your hat at home. This braid is selling
rapidly and is hard to get this year
ereat Spanish cellist, who will give a i the Hotel Portland in compliment to
concert at the Heilig theater, March 12. 1 Mrs. Wilbur E. Coman, who, with Mr.
Mr. Casals will be entertained at the ' Coman, is leaving soon to make her
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murray
Sherwood. Mr. Casals is an old-time
friend of Mr. Sherwood's aunt, Miss
Lydia Emmett, the well-known Illus
trator and writer of children's stories,
of New York.
The concert given by the French
army band at the Auditorium on Thurs
day evening' was one of the most not
able events in the history of Portland,
socially and musically. The big Audi
torium was thronged with a most en
thusiastic and appreciative audience,
who loudly and repeatedly voiced their
approval, not only in hand applause,
but by shouting when the big band
thundered forth martial airs.
The huge audience was swayed com
pletely by the splendid numbers and
the rendition of the French veterans,
and at the final encore "Over There,"
played with a tremendous amount of
spirit, they arose to their feet and gave
vent to their enthusiasm in a gratify
ing manner. A number of the well
known musicians who were In the au
dience as well as the musical organiza
tions, prominent matrons and maids.
and their escorts, were hosts for din
ners preceding the splendid concert,
and later further entertained their
guests or made up congenial groups at
the downtown grills for the supper
dances. The Arcadian gardens were
thronged with dancers.
Among the members of the Monday
Musical club who attended the concert
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allison, Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Asbury, Mr. and Mrs. Lucien
E. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Blu-
mauer, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Banning, Mrs.
Lambert A. Beard, Mordaunt A. Good
nough, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Glebisch,
Mrs. J. Coulson Hare, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
A. Kribs, Mrs. Roy Knox, Mrs. Percy
W. Lewis, Mrs. A- R. Mattingly, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter R. May, Mrs. Warren
E. Thomas, Mrs. Gabriel Pnllln,- Miss
Flora Mae Ross and Mrs. Lewis J. RuhL
At the train, members of the motor
corps of the National League for Worn
an's Service met the members of the
band and took them over the highway
and about the city, also taking them to
the various meetings and luncheons,
receptions and dinners, which were
given In their honor, as well as to the
train In the evening. They left for Se
attle and Tacoma the same evening,
sincere and hearty in their apprecia
tion of what the city of Portland had
done to make their visit here pleasant
Mrs. T. H. McAllis entertained yes
terday with a charmingly appointed
luncheon in the main dinintr room of
3S7 WASHINGTON St PITTOOi UKL'
iresn every aay,
iJJ?'"' Morrison st bet,
4th and 5th. Tel,
Main or A 1805,
SPRING STYLES AND MATERIALS
811 Bl'SH LANE Bl ILDISG,
Broadway and Alder.
home in Seattle. Covers were placed
for six at a beautifully decorated table.
Those present were: Mrs. Coman. Mrs.
Dom J. Zan, Mrs. James A. Cranston,
miss inez DarreiL, jura. Hi. jttansom ana
Mrs. Norrls Gregg of Portland visit
ed recently at Milwaukee-Downer col
lege. Mrs. Gregg (Helen Brigham),
with Miss Ruth Maxwell, now Mrs.
Maxwell Blake, and Miss Maud Morey,
now Mrs. Allen of New York, formerly
attended Milwaukee-Downer seminary
at the same time that Miss Katherine
Arnold was a student at the college,
where she is now professor of mathe
matics. Mrs. Gregg was accompanying
her husband on his annual trip to the
conference in Detroit of the managers
or Burroughs adding machines, and
will visit the east before returning to
The junior league Is arranging
course of lectures on two timely themes
"Modern Psychology Applied to
American" Problems" and "Growth of
American Ideals." Dr. E. S. Conklin
and Dr. R. H. Wheeler will speak en
Psychology, using the following topics:
The Psychologic Lessons of the
War," "The Control of Human Be
havior," "Psychology and the Religious
Reconstruction," "The Psychological
Point of View," "Measuring Adult In
telligence Its Values and Applica
tions." "Some Problems in Vocational
Dr. George Rebec's topics will be
"The Race." "The Cavalier Spirit,"
"Puritan Mainsprings Edwards and
Franklin," "The American Door of 'Op
portunity," "The Essentials of the
American Revolution," "The Nation of
Emerson, Lincoln and the Practical
A study of these themes will help
every one to more clear and fair-
minded thinking about the serious prob
lems of today. Tickets for the season
are selling rapidly for $5 each and may
be obtained from Mrs. Carleton B.
Swift, Miss Jean MacKenzie, president
and treasurer respectively for the
Junior league, or from Mrs. Walter Bur
rell or Mrs. G. V. Gerlinger. The en
tire proceeds go to the woman's build
ing at Oregon university.
The women of the state mast raise
$100,000 for this purpose in order to se
cure the state appropriation for a like
amount. The Junior league, both here
and elsewhere, has been so unfailing in
good works that the success of any
enterprise is assured which they
The lectures will be given every Fri
day morning, beginning March 14. at
1 o clock, at the Presbyterian church
Nothing else eo enhances the re
finement and the luxury of the
cultured home as does
An Oriental Rug
Tou will take much pleasure In
choosing from the rare collection
which we place before you. Tour
leisurely Inspection is invited.
Cartozian Bros., Inc.
Oriental Rngs and Carpets,
3D3 Washlasrtoa Street.
house. Thirteenth and Alder streets.
Present'active members of the Junior
MMdames Gerald Beb. Vernal jBeaeh.
John lieaon, Spincw Bld11. Holt Cnok
Ineham, H L. Corhett, Adolph Ehrhnrn,
H. D. Gill. Jacob Kumm. Kurt Koehler.
Thornton LAdd, K&therlne MacMaater Ma
son. Roderick Macleay. Charles Miller. Uvll
Mtlla. A. 1. Norrin, Norman Hupp, A. K.
Smith. Percy Smith. Arthur Sherwood.
Ferdinand Smith, Guy Standlfer, Cameron
Squires, Lawrence Wheeler. Irvine Web
ster, Henry Weiwlnrer, Misses Margaret
Bates. Elisabeth boyd. Ch&riotta Breymail.
Genevieve liuttrrf leld. Louise and Nadlne
Caswell. Elsa Gill. Isabella Oauld. Eliza
beth Huber, Kntharlre Hart. Alma Haines.
Marcaret MacKenzie, Elizabeth Menefee,
Sarah McCully, Helen Page, tihoda Kura
elln. Ruth Teal, Marlon Voorhlea.
Friends of Mrs. E. P. Mossman, now a
resident of La Grande, are rejoicing
over the fact that she has returned
i ir a short visit to Portland.
Mrs. Mossman never really has lost
her. identity with Portland, being con
nected with the Woman's North Pacific
Board of Missions as one of its presi
dents, and also- as one of the organ
izers of the Portland art class, of which
she was president for the first seven
years of its existence.
Mrs. Mossman planned the course of
lectures on temples and cathedrals.
their builders and destroyers, which,
associated with Mrs. Jessie M. Honey
man, has developed Into a most artis
tlc oroirramme. the first of these to be
given Friday evening in the Little
While in the city Mrs. Mossman will
be the guest of Mrs. F. A. Barker in
the American apartments.
Miss Gertrude Granfleld, a most at
tractive San Francisco maid. Is visiting
Mrs. George E. Burke for eeveral
weeks. Miss Granfield is popular In
society in the south and she un
doubtedly wllh be entertained exten
The Portland Heights club will give
its next dancing party Friday evening.
March 14. The next party for Junior
members will be March 21. and another
senior party Friday evening, March 2S.
Mrs. Marguerite Hughes, wife of
Lieutenant - Colonel Hughes. United
States army, A. E. F entertained in
formally at eupper in her home on
Hoffman avenue last Sunday. After
supiysr Mrs. Hughes played on the vio
lin, accompanied by William Robinson
Boone and Mrs. W. E. Thomas. The
i guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warren E.
Thomas, Mrs. John M. ripes. Wade
Pipes, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Ewers and
Mr. and Mrs. William Boone. Mrs.
Hughes is always a conspicuous fig
ure when in town, with a couple of her
police dogs on the running hoards as
guardians for her automobile. Mrs.
Hughes leaves shortly to resume her
Interrupted tour on account of preva
lent "flu." She Is assisting artist to
Leopold Godowsky, tho world-famous
(rontinu.J on Pmk 4 )
.7M&ecKandiso of of Merit Only
R. Paul & Co.
f Most Artistic Ladles Suits and
390 Morrison St.
Opposite Olds, Wortman cfc Kins
The Newest Spring. Models
In Red Cross Shoes
For Springtime and for Summer wearing there are the most attractive
new bits of footwear bearing the famous Red Cross label just received
just unpacked just waiting for your approval before you walk away in them.
Both style and comfort are satisfied by Red Cross models that accounts for
their popularity. Among the newest models you'll find
Women's Black Kid
Smart oxfords, with turn soles
and soft, pliable long vamps on
narrow toe lasts; with covered Louis
heels. Widths AAA to D.
Women Brown Kid
Oxfords, SI 0.50
Light welt soled oxfords, with
close edge and medium high
Cuban heels; imitation tip, nar
row toe, square throat; a very
comfortable oxford for walking.
Widths AAA to C
Women's Black Kid
Turn soled pumps, with high-'
covered Louis heels and long
vamps, with the narrow toe that
is so smart; a new pattern, cut
high in front. All sizes and
widths from AAA to C
A New and
TOMORROW we will be
ready to welcome you
into this bright and at
tractive shop. It is a shop for
Portland women, created with
the one idea of pleasing and
serving you with personal at
tention and a sense of the
niceties in dress accessories.
MRS. FEN ROSE.
Expert Cortetalre of
the X-ipmavn. Wolfe i
Co., In charre of fit
tin. Widely knows
from her own former
burtlneee iti bitah
mnt in Portland,
her clientele la cor
dially Invited to
meet her at bar new
Exclusive Blouse Models
Dainty Silk Underings
Nightgowns and Negligees
m m m
474 Morrison, Corner West P ark
FOR A3i UP-TO-DATE SUIT SI0E
THIS LADIES' TAILOR. 128 Vi Truth St.
Women's Brown Calf Oxfords
Smart walking oxfords, with medium heavy
welt soles and Cuban heels; the imitation tip is
perforated to make it smarter. A very good
looking shoe, in widths AAA to D.
Second Floor Lipman. W olfe & Co.
Women's Patent Leather Pumps
Turn sole oxfords, with high-covered Louis
heels; made on a new last, with long vamp and
slender toe; a dress shoe that is exceedingly smart.
Widths AAA to B.
' Sends with your foot.
Exclusive East Side Agency ,
At our Fountain the most exquisite'
service and best flavor in America
The Preferred Drug Store
East Morrison at Grand Avenue