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SATURDAY, AIARCH 1, 1902.
All Kinds of Seeds,
Orders for any kind
of Seed Solicited by
THE HARDWARE MAN
Who Sells Field heace In all heights,
as well as every variety of HARD
WARE, Barbed Wire, &c j
IS THE PENDLETON
DEPOT FOR MEATS
OF AX.L KINDS IN
LARGE OR SMALL LOTS.
QUICK DELIVERY IN CITY.
FAMILY TRADE SPECIALTY
Schwarz & Qreulich,
Phone, Main IS.
60" Main Street.
W. C. MINNIS
Kemerer Coal, first Class Wood
Orders Promptly Filled.
Telephone, Red 401, or call on
W. C. MINNIS,
Office Main Street, just opposite Hans
ford & Thompson's hardware Btore.
Old Dutch Henry
Cavalry Horses for Sale.
BEST OF CARE TAKEN OF
TEAMS OVER NIGHT
GIVE US A CALL.
$3.50 to $5 Delivered
Order of us and cave money.
Orders for Rubber Btampa
EAST OREGONlAlt PUB. CO
PnVnuol. Ten Jnekrl nil Emhrnld
Tarnsols can he boucht almost for
nothing at this time of the yenr. White
sunshades are always fashionable, anil
Persian patterns promise to be all the
Tea jackets are xcry fashionable In
the marquis style with embroidered
walsieoats, and embroidering these
constitutes a dainty bit of. fancy work.
These embroidered waistcoatl are also
uracil used avH1i tailor mades which
have open front jackets.
Several well known society women
have the pretty fad of always wearing
a certain kind of flower no matter what
time of the year it is. This Idea can
be carried out by the pirl in m "derate
circumstances If she uses artificial
flowers on her evening dresses. It Is a
chic French notion to loop in ribbons
or silver cord with the flowers, and a
woes rs "ntocKs axd nrtLJ-s."
dainty bunch of artificial blossoms sc
arranged goes far toward renovating
an old evening dress.
The creation In the sketch is worn In
"Frocks and Frills." It is an empire
robe of black point d'esprit over silver
gauze, with an applique of ivy leaves
in cut out velvet. The gown is finished
at the bottom with ninsses of pink chif
fon frills and chiffon roses. The little
simulated bolero is of drawn and wired
silk, a couple of pink tulle rosettes be
ing placed immediately in front, from
which depend little tassels.
Floral TrimmlncK Combined "With
Lace nnd Kibbon.
The evening sleeve of the moment is
a matter of taste. It is made with one
single puff to the elbow or tight fitting
a la Marie Antoinette with a frill.
Some sleeves are composed of seven or
eight accordion plaited frills. On many
gowns there are no sleeves at all, only
shoulder straps composed of jeweled
chains or ropes of flowers. If a wom-
FOIt A GU1I.
an has good arms, she should display
them; if not, there are transparencies
of chiffon and sheer effects.
Frocks of gray chiffon nre worn by
those who are in half mourning and
by many who are not. There seems to
be a craze just now for these soft pale
gray frocks. They are relieved with
violets or pale blue flowers.
Floral trimmings are much the style
and with dainty touches of lace and
ribbon form admirable trimmings for
evening frocks. Roses, tuberoses and
orchids are made so natural that they
almost defy detection.
The French dress in the Illustration
Is of pale yellow' moussellne. The
skirt has a double tunic effect, the edge
of each tunic being embellished with a
hand painted design. The decollete
waist Is held in place by narrow straps
of velvet, and the half sleeves nre of
lace and mousseline. There Is an odd
tunic overdress effect of cream guipure '
lace. The corsage is dnintily finished
with a cluster of tinted yellow blos
soms. Jujjic Cnotxirr.
THE SUMMER HATS.
TTier XT 111 Itn-rr Irrcsmlnr Brlm and
Be Worn Off the Tnce.
The indications are that the fashion
able hats next summer will be worn off j
the face. The edsres will be very ir
regular, and the bat will be tilted a
little to oue side by means of a band
of velvet bearing a big bow. Floral
trimmings are to be much used, and
the Inevitable bow of lace or velvet
will droop over tbe hair In the back.
The large plateau toques, when kept
fiat and slightly tilted to one side, are
charming in front, but hideous in the !
back. The prettiest toques of this
Ftyle are of chiffon, draped with lace
and relieved here and there by touches
of fur or velvet
Wreaths of autumn leaves are com
bined with roses with very good effect.
Larce bows of wired lace are very
t smart on tucked black chiffon hnts.
The proper thing for summer will
i be to have the hat match the gown, or
at least repeat in some particular the
leading color of the gown.
A smart hat of chiffon is shown in
the cut. It is laid in soft folds both as
regards the brim and the crown, which
is low and flat The hat is tilted to
one side with a wide velvet bnnd,
which is hidden by a cluster of flow
ers. The hat is simply trimmed with
a cluster of flowers and a drooping
black velvet bow. Judic Cuoixet.
WRINKLES OF FASHION.
1 Lookc Fronts, Fluffy Vetn nnd Mucli
j- Trlmmrd Skirts.
j Everything is worn loose in front
j The blouse is extensively pouched, and
j the new belts still pull down far below
j the waist line in front, giving a corre-
spondingly short effect in the back,
j The coats are fashionable worn open
and filled hi with much lace and a
pouched or cascaded vest. Even the
short boleros have tabbed ends falling
far below the waist or revers so ar
ranged that the ends flare out beyond
the natural lines of the body.
Wide bands of velvet are used to
j trim the "latest tailor mades. These
bands of velvet are frequently out
i lined by narrow braid,
i Tunic skirts showing a double or tri
ple effect are the latest cry from Paris;
so is the five flounce skirt As its
name implies, this is composed of five
ruffles gored and graduated from nar-
THE LATEST BOLERO.
row to wide ns they draw nearer the
bottom of the skirt The edges of these
ruffles are heavily stitched.
Panels are once more to be seen, and
in lace they form a very rich decora
tion for the front of a ball or dinner
The smart bolero in the Illustration
may be made by any clever woman.
It Is the latest Paris model. There are
tucks on each shoulder, which, far
ther down, nre held Into two clusters.
The ton of the sleeves is laid In tucks
V kill. 4 UIIUUC J uioium;u AUtU II uUk
fitting cuff. The fronts are cut long
nnd fall over the stitched belt This is
of white cloth or taffeta to match the
white appliques, which lend an air of
chic to the garment Under the open
front are worn a vest and high collar of
white taffeta or cloth stitched, and the
fronts uf tbe jacket are held In place
over tins by lacings or narrow black
velvet A pretty model for a skirt to be worn
with this should have a wide flounce
headed by five folds stitched flat, the
flounce being appllqued with tbe em
broidery. Judic Chollet.
A TALE OF
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Room Rate 50c, 75c, $1.00
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