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MONDAY, JUNE 30, JL902.
Our Special Sale on Men's
and Boys' suits will continue
all week. Special -reductions
on all suits sold this week.
Buy your new suit this week
and save money enough on
it to buy you a nice dress
Where Whole Families Can
Sharp Ideas In
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. J
Everything New, Clean
and first class.
Uood .Beds ana wen 3
kept and Cool Rooms. a
Formerly ol the Despaln
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
.....For Mountain Triiel. ....
7 We have opened a livery stable at
Teal Springs where the public will
na gooa turnouts.
We make .a spec laity of conveying
people to and from TealBprlngs.
The Depot Stable,
Barney Sherry and Elvin Oralg,
TOR KENT -Booh In the Kut Orroa-
Ml HlMUf 1 or rent; siaan win, ho
water aaa mm raw.
WORLD OF FASHION
NOTHING EXCELS IN SMART
NESS THE SHIRT WAIST SUIT
Under Sleeves Constantly Taking on
Larger Dimensions; Long, Loose
Coat of Taffeta or Pongee; The
Towel Shirt Waist a Novelty; Mex
ican Drawn Work.
Nfiw York June 28. To the keen
observer who has been watching the
fnshinnable elrl In her BtruKKles to
appear ever original and chic noth
ing has been more evident man me
attention which she pays to the var
ious little accessories which lend
elegance to the ensemble.
Trimmings and furbelows are ln
disDensible to the ultra-stylish sum"
mer gown, not only because they im
part airiness and substantlabinty to
the diaphanous textiles which are
now the rage, but because they are
necessary to carry out the idea Of
bewildering contusion wnicn tne wen
dress woman affects.
Among the materials which enjoy
exceptional favor is batiste. Certain
ly no fabric is capable of greater
variety of treatment, for besides the
deliciously cool gowns which the ma
terial is used to develop, it is one of
the leading textiles forming the ba
sis of embroidered trimmings.
Batiste gowns, with trimmings of
taffeta, pale blue, white or yellow,
nrt vnrv attractive this vear and
while not absolutely new they are de
cidedly original. One very dainty
mnrifll hns a wide circular flounce
and bias bands on the waist of pale
blue taffeta. The skirt is trimmed
with straps of lace applique, whicn
are continued down on the silk
flnnnnp nnrl on the waist the Bill;
bands are partly covered with the
Entire gowns of embroidered ba
tiste are the very quintessence of
fashion and irreproachable extrava
gance. Tliese are suited to almost
anv nurse because they can be ob
tained in the cotton batiste embroid
ered by machine in close imitation of
hand work, or the silk batiste witn
genuine hand embroidery.
The Shirt Waist Suit
For more ceneral wear nothing
excels in smartness the shirt waist
suit. In madras, lawn or niaue this
costume is desirable for its absolute
comfort as well as daintiness. Both
skirt and wais; are made plain ex
cept for the decoration tnat tucKs or
plaits lend, there seldom being any
trimming of any description applied
to the material. A few exceptional
cases in shirt waist dresses of dot
ted foulard have applied bands 01
taffeta In constraining color, out tne
smartest design are limited to the
dress material for ornamentation.
A volume misht be written on
timks and vet the whole st'oVj of
their glory remain untold, for never
were they used so plentifully as
this vear. They are seen in every
width and combined with accordion,
side and box plaitings, iorm tne gar
nitures which dominate on gowns
now being made ready lor morning,
afternoon and evening.
It may be well to mention tne tact
that undersleeves are constantly tak
ing on larger dimensions. Sleeve de
signers have taxed their ingenuity to
the utmost to produce great variety.
It is not alone dress sleeves which
are queer and varied, but every other
kind of sleeve, in tea gowns, dressing
sacques and even summer wraps.
No matter how warm the day it is
nothing unusual to see In the streets
of Gotham a long, loose coat of taffe
ta or glace. Sometimes it Is. devel
oped in pongee. There is really no
warmth to the coat, and nothing pro
tects the gown so well when one runs
in town for a day's shopping. The
glace coat has given the little tucked
Eton a secondary place in the gen-
relephone Main 106.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
VAK ORSDALL & KOSS
1 imntinn nf iiHrn.smart wo
men, but anyone who owns a goou
taffeta coatee, and who wishes to
bring it into line with the prevailing
style, must freshly face Its reveres
with tea-colored lace and hang a
couple of little leaf-shaped talis to its
rear waist line en postillion.
Heel-Long Black Glace Surtout.
The heeMong black glace surtout is
meant for street wear, and it is rather
coquettlshly finished about the shoul.
dors with highwayman capes, piped
on their edges with white or a line
of color. These take the place of the
cloth Hurlingham and Hempstead
coats, so populnr a season ago, with
the difference that the present design
has prodigious folded falling cuffs.
A novelty has appeared In shirt
waists that promises to be more than
a passing fad. It is the towel shirt
waist. The finest linen towels, with
borders of blue, brown and red are
used for the waists, the borders being
used for the fronts and cuffs, and for
the ends of the tie.
Pretty little cape things, something
i,nt-wnn n finhii and a cane are made
of spotted muslin, with a frill of lace
edging all around the edges, uenir
of point d'esprite, finished with frills
nf tna onmp material are WOrn With
muslin gowns as a finish for the bod
ice rather than an additional wrap.
With the flower-wreathed Leghorn
hats these are charming, the ends be
ing tied at the back in a sash.
tslnthlnir is so smart as pongee lin
gerie. This is embroidered and trim
med with head white lace, which form
an odd, but pleasing contrast to tne
dust color of the silk.
Variety in Hosiery.
As for hnsierv. there is no limit in
the variety and the ways of trimming
and makinsr these feminine belong'
int:s. Imagine a woman's wearing
hnlf hnse vet nothinc Is so smart.
They come in silk and exquisite lisle.
embroidered, hand-painted and appn
qued with lace. Designs for evening,
parried out in white silk, have appli
cations both In lace and pearls, the
latter being used to outline the pat-,
terns or tne tormer. 1
Frocks of voile and etamine are
termed by many the solution of the
problem "wherewithal shall we be,
clothed," for the hot and dusty sum
mer day, and it would seem that this
argument Is fully justified by the
number of frocks in those materials
now displayed in fashionable shops,
and observed upon modish thorough
fares. A blouse costume on voile is
very simple, yet boasts a wlnsome
ness partly accounted for by a dainty
collar of Irish guipure and other nat
ty details of stitching and strapping.
" All the other sheer materials vie
with voile and etamine in favor, as
soft, flimsy effects are necessary tc
carry out the schemes of fashion.
Mexican drawn work which up to
the present has been associated with
riniHPH. nillow shams and handker
chiefs, is now seen on quite a number
of fine waists, but there Is some doubt
as to its growing popularity on ac
count of its expensiveness and frag
Htv. It seldom looks well after wash
ing, for the threads cling together
and loose, the separate effect, which
in spite of the intricacy of design, is
one of the distinguishing features of
this kind of trimming.
Gotham is enjoying two or three
fads just now which are attributed
to the beautiful daughter of our chief
executive. The Alice Roosevelt choux
Is affected by all smart women; it is
simple and unassuming, yet very
dressy. It consists simply of many
rucbings of tulle formed Into a rosette
and placed at the left side of the
Then there is the Alice Roosevelt
cane, carried by many modish sum
mer women on their dally constitu
tional. This, however, is a fashion
so far restricted to the use of fash
ion's elite, for its cost renders it a
forbidden quantity to the average
purse. The most accessible canes are
In rare woods exquisitely carved;
more expensive models have fanciful
knobs of gold and other metals set
MESSENGER WONT DIE.
Boy Who Fell Six Stories Was Once
Placed in His Coffin.
Franklin McGrath, the A. D. T.
messenger who is known all over the
Bronx as "the boy with nine lives,"
had another little accident last
night He has had accidents before,
Franklin Is 22 years old, and, with
pa brother, supports his widowed
mother at their home at the flat
house at 619 East 138th' street. In
leaning out of an air shaft .window
last night while talking to his friend
on the next flat, he slipped and fell
six stories to the basement. He
walked up stairs two minutes later
and said: "I just had a little fall
His mother sent for a doctor, who
found that Franklin had broken his
right arm. It didn't Beem to worry
The boy when younger exercised
horses at the race tracks. He was
thrown several times and brought
home unconscious. Then be went
in an office down town. There he
fell off of a desk one day whtle wind
ing a clock and was brought home
unsconsclpus. He had brain fever,
typhiod, and pneumonia and he was
finally pronounced dead and placed
in his coffin. Then he came to.
Three years ago, they say he fell
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CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
Thev hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease,
SSficdV thesPe f!l
l W?wJ .the mHnd becomes as full of life and venom as ever.
5' and rshmay dry up the sores and eruptions, but at the same
ffiSSth? into the Mood and system, where it feeds
time tucj urivc 1 membranes nnd nerves, finally breaking out m
2S tS soreTan? even destroying the flesh and bones.
Mercun- and Potash cannot accomplish a radicn and permanent cure.
Thev have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous snake.
Se diSe. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, destroy the
ee?h and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels causing inflam
Stion and dyspepsia, nervousness and general derangement of the system.
S S Sis a Specific for Contagious Blood Poison, and thrfonly antidote
for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the system,
corrupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body.
tullu o c c ,l"otrnvs flip sement. and eliminates
vegetable reniedv aud we offer $1 ,000 for
Write us about your case and our
m'rimut charge. Our home treatment
Sire it THE SWIFT
GRAND FREE PICNIC
Dancing Begins at 2 ocIock each Sonday. Bosses to
and from the grotmds day and Night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can be engaged for
picnic parties by applying to PETER SMITH, at Hotel
Are made cheaply. You get just what you pay
for. Same way with higher priced ones the
higher priced the better. If you are not thinking
of price alone, we should like to talk with you.
W. G. McPhetson
Heating and Ventilating Engineer
47 First Street, Portland, Oregon
50 feet to the New York Central
tracks and escaped with a broken
wrist. He has had falls from trucks
and bicycles too numerous to count.
"Almighty God seems to hold a
protecting hand over him," sakl his
mother, devoutly, last night. New
At Bingham Springs.
The following names appear on the
register at the Bingham Springs ho
tel: George T. Thompson, C. E.
Estes, J. D. Ankeny and Prof. Allen,
of Walla Walla; Miss Eva Kenwor
thy, Hunt8ville; Fay LeGrow, Athena;
James Stewart and wife, La Grande;
Thos. A. Purdy and family Spokane;
D. V. Dickson, Athena; S. G. Brad
shaw, Summerville, Or., W. J.
Marsh, Eureka, Wash.; L. D. Price
and Thos. Tucker, Waitsburg, Wash.;
Zera Snow and son, E. J. Hqllyer and
J. G. Lindsay, Portland; 'Miss Grace
Llndsey, Boise, Ida.; Mrs. J. N. Bell
and family, Oliver Kelsey, R. Coon, J.
B. Welsh, Chas. Hamilton, Miss Ha
zel Jacocks, Miss Mlnnine Privett, Al
Waffle, W. E. Stewart, Miss Flora
Hallock, Miss Ted E. Thompson. Miss
Gertrude E. Sheridan, Miss Leo Sher
idan, Earl D. Borle, Jamos Sturgls,
G. A. Hartman, IL V, Carpenter and
C. B. Sampson of Pendleton.
The homilest man In Pendleton, aa
well as the handsomest, and others.
Lare invited to call on any druggist
ana get iree a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that Is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 26c and 50c. For sale by Tallr
man & Co.. sole agents.
every atom of poison from the blood, it makes a
thorough and radical cure of the disease, and at the
same time builds np the general health. S. S. S.
fo?tie nr ttiineralB of anv kind, but is a nurelv
proof to the contrary.
physicians will cheerfully advise
book will be sent free to all who
SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta, 6ft,
We have them now. A
Sewing Machine' for $25
cash. Warranted, and will
be kept in repair for five
years without cost.
Remember my guaran
tee means something. You
don't have to send your
machine to Portland.or Chi
cago for repairs.
We still have the Kings
of all Sewing Machines, the
10 years ahead of all oth
ers. Oils and needles.
This signature is on every box of the genuine
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remedy that cares a cold In oao day.
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