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MONDAY, SEPTEMBKIl 29, 1902.
NEW YORK SETS THE
PACE AND OTHERS FOLLOW.
Winter Wraps Ara Now the Subject of
Consideration and Many Chic Ef.
fects Are Brought Out.
fiow xorK, sept. zu. This la a
year when summer prefers not to
linger In. the lap of autumn and thero
is already a touch of frost In the air
which reminds us of winter wraps.
Winter furs are In the shops In gor
geous arrangement, but at top-of-tho
season prices, so it is not likely that
many will bo purchased right now. A
few weeks, howover, and a reduction
will have been' made to suit the purses
that are now unequal to tho emergen'
cy of fashion.
Cloth wraps have been on tho mar
ket long enough to ho purchaseablo
now and some very smart novelties
are to be had at reasonable prices.
Fortunately for the women who can
Indulge her fondness for variety thero
are Innumerable cloak models from
which to make a selection this season.
Unfortunately for the one-wrap-a-season
sisterhood light colors predom
inate and few, if any, subdued tones
are seen outside of black.
Thero Is, howover, one question
upon which the arbiters of fashion
seem to agree; the strictly modish
wrap this winter will not be more than
three-quarter length. Skirts will re
main long for street as well as for
house wear and the inconvenience of
lightening a sweeping heavy wrap
in addition to the folds of the frocks
when necessity demands It can readily
Tho very long coats that enjoy any
negreo ot popular favor aro appro
pnateiy limited to evening use and
upon these all expense and elabora
tlon employed on gowns may be seen
une or the many varieties of fur
which will appeal to the popular purse
as wen as artistic eye Is Russian colt.
inis is a rich dark brown, shading
u quite a paie tone of fawn and Is
used for entire garments as well as
bands for tailor-made gowns. Com
bined with the -rich autumn brown
satin raced cloths, It makes an ef'
uiviuiiy cnic design which cer
tainiy does not cost a great sum has
tne sum doveloped in inexpensive la
dies cloth, the color being chestnut
orown. Around the hips tho skirt is
perfectly plain, the fullness being dls
posed of at tho back in eight small
oox plaits which are equally divided
at the sides of a wide center ulalt.
me naio ai uio oottom Is gained
through a graduated flounce of tho
cioui ami at frequet intervals me
dallions of heavy yellow lace are ap
plied and finished with small groups
of little fur tails.
The waist is plaited in the back and
fits tho figure snugly. At the front
tae plaits are wider than at the back
and each' Is adorned with the hic me
dallions and ground of tniia t.?
shoulder to waistline. Tho blouse ef
fect of the bodice opens over a vest
"I wh,'! satn overlaid with cream
Accompanying this Costume is a
Cavalier hat of brown French mohair.
The Cavalier shape Is a new design
and its flaring shape is almost unl.
versally becoming. An Incongruous
combination In the hat, however, lb
shown in a facing of white chiffon
and tho top Is trimmed with rich,
waving plumes fastened beneath a
rosette of white satin and cream lace
and a bow of brown satin ribbon.
"Pointed skunk" no matter how un
lovely the name, is another of the
pretty Jnexpensivo furs, if the latter
"adjective may be emcioV,! to destin-l
gulsh tho obtainable from the unob-
lainaijie. One or the smartest ways
In which it is used is In the now mo
tor coat. This confection reaches be
low the hips, is lined with dark green
satin figured with pink rosebuds and
fastens with smoke pearl buttons, Tho
collar s large and square and big ro
vers open over the vest of the bodice
which Is worn beneath to lend the
requisite air ot femininity.
The fashionable futurity of sleeves
is decidPd an( tho volumnlous shape
is the accepted one. This is assured
by the fact that it fs shown on all win
ter wraps. It is easy enough to shift
strh details In less substantial gar
ments than wraps, but onco they aro
accepted for outer garments, their
success Is assured, because to change
would be not only expensive to tho
purchaser, but no manufacturer as
Even tho fur wraps have sleeves
arranged In the full bell-shapo. A
pretty design which is ii.l.iptf t to ths
remodelling Is a deep flaring cuff,
since It affords the fashionable shapo
without mateirally affecting the fun
damental work of tho sleevo
The old favorite, chinchilla, seal
skin, baby lamb, Itussinn sable and
silver fox held undisputed sway and
are combined In I he most unexpected
way with laces, passementaries and
tho more fragile materials such as
chiffon, tulle, etc, Upon the collar
ettes, which, by the way aro very nice,
when ono cannot afford an all-fur
coat, many of the yokes are com
posed of heavy laco or vo'vet and cloth
nppllques, while other designs have
slmsply a yoko of fur with a frill of
velvet or cloth to finish it.
Muffs match coats and collarettes
in nearly all Instances, but the widest
limit Is allowed In the selection nf
Heavy materials made tallor-fnshlon
will be worn with boas. Collarettes
and muffs as long as possible. One
NEW YOR.K DEMOCRATS.
Men and Measures Political Now to
the Front In the Empire 8iate.
Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 29. Nearly
nil thn Democratic Btato leaders of
nromlnonco aro hero and tho hotols
lino whoro It Is turned back abruptly
to form an Inverted rovcro.
Tunics, It la safe to predict, will
not bo worn UiIb season, but their ef
fect will bo simulated by a series of
fuffles which compose sohie of the
newest skirts. Thrco Is tho usual
tinmlmr Amrilnvnrl nnil If must bn ad
mitted that though tho style Is not piosont scones of poiiticni ncuvii)
universally becoming, It Is particular-) on tho ovo of tho state convention.
Iv effective for tall slender women With former Senator Hill again In tho
smart dress is in geranlnm-red pehblo carried out in lustrous pliable fabrics, 'saddle tho convention promises to bo
cloth flecked with opal-grey allk hairs
to form a very elegant effect The
skirt Is trimmed around tho bottom
with scrolls ot dark taffeta stitched
with grey and these widen consldora1
A Parson's Noble Act.
"I want all tho world to know,"
writes Iter. C. J. Dudlong, of Asho
wnf. n. I.. " what n. tnoroucnir nana
bly as they extend up tho skirt and nnrt reiinblo medicine I found in Eleo
turn liuo rancy curves, this same Ptn niftc. Thov c.nrod mo nf inun
scroll effect Is carried out around tho A,.n a iivnr trouble tfcnt hnrt rnua
hips and tho gores so arranged that ed me g,.eat suffering for many years,
thero is no fullness to bo distributed For n gQnuin0( nn around euro they
about the figure. e,eoi nnvthini? I nvnr saw." Klnc
1110 OlOUSC 18 laid in OOX piailS ,,! THHnr n thr, .nm.l.n f nil fnr
...lit. . 1 .. 1 1 1 ,nffAtn
It is very full, so much so In fact that
at flrst glance It resembles one of
tho flowing llttlo Empire Eton Jack
ots. Closer inspection, howover, re
veals a deep belt of boned velvet
which nearly reaches to the bust
lino nnd over which tho bodice falls.
The yoke Is stitched elaborately with
dark red silk bound with panne and
tho sleeves which hnvo full puffs be-
low the elbow aro gathered Into
band of taffeta.
This dark shade of red Is
their wonderful woflt In Liver, Kid
noy and Stomach troubles. Don t
fall to try them. Only 60 cts. Satis
faction is guaranteed by Tallman ft
tho prettiest ot tho season's tones
and is unusually becoming. Tho hat
worn with this costume Is notable
chiefly for its color scheme, as there
is no departuro front tho prevailing
shape. At either side beneath tho
brim there are massed dark red silk
roses nnd rich heliotrope-bluo silk
poppies. There Is Just enough green
to perfect tho harmony which is one
of the loveliest yet seen. The roses and
poppies aro massed around tho crown
and terminate at tho back with a
bunch ot rose-buds, with no other
Although many close-flttlng bodices
aro affected this autumn It is hard to
entirely eliminate the Eton from
fashionablo effects. It Is suggested In
many delightful little ways upon new
designs. Tho newest and perhaps
tho smartest is allowed to reach only
to the bust line, and from hero it is
sharply cut away to a decided nolnt
which extends almost to the waist
Notice to Consumers.
Pendleton, Or., Sept. 24, 1902.
Wo, tho undersigned milkmen of
the city of Pendleton, hereby glvo no-
a tlco that on and nftcr Oct. 1st, 1902,
until further -otlcc, do horoby ngreo
ono of on the following retail prices
1 pint per day, per mouth, $1.25.
12 pint tickets, 60c.
1 quart per day, por month, $2.35.
13 cunrt tickets, jl.
3 pints per day, per monlh, $3.35.
Ms gallon per day, por month, $4.25,
3 quarts per day, por month, $5.6o
1 quarts per day, per month, v0.60,
Cream, per half pint, 15c.
Cream, por pint, 25c.
S. M. niCHAIlDSON,
W. J. NEIL.
United Artisans Notice.
All members of Alpha Assembly No.
9, and Harmony No. 113, United Arti
sans, aro requested to bo present at
their meeting Tuesday night. Dr. J.
H. Armstead, superintendent of medi
cal Examiners, will bo hero from Port
land and speak to tho members ot
thn most Interesting tho Democrats
of tho Empire Stato have held for a
number of years. It Is admitted on
all sides that Mr. Hill will nnmo the
mnn to head tho state ticket. It Is
admitted also that nfter compliment
ary votes havo been given to tho dif
ferent men In tho field and homo
pride has been satlsflcd.tho act of tho
dcleiratos In casting ballots for tho
man who la to bo tho candldato will
bo merely perfunctory. While tho
nnmc of Bird Color, formor con
troller ot Now York City, continues
to bo herd frequently In connec
tion with tho gubernatorial nomina
tion, his selection for tho honor is
not regarded as a certainty by any
means, because It is known that a
strong effort Is making to piacaio
such old-lino Democrats as August
Ilelmont. William C. Whltnoy, Daniel
S. Knmont, W. II. Hornblower, Wheel
er H. Peckhnm and others who do not
look upon Mr. Color with groat de
gree of favor.
Thero Is still talk ot Judge Parker,
Judge OTlrien of tho Court or Ap
peals, Justlco Cullcn ot tho Supremo
Court nnd Judge John Clinton Gray
of tho Court ot Appeals. For second!
place on tl.o tlckot tho name of Elbert
H. Morris, president of tho State
Orange, Is prominently mentioned.
While the younger element Is busy
discussing candidates tho old wheel
horses of tho party are using their In
fluence to bring about tho adoption of,
a platform that will appeal to the
better element of tho party and usslst
In bringing about Democratic unity
and harmony in tho commonwealth.
If their counsel provails In tho con
vention will adopt a platform of con
servatism, a platform Ignoring mono.
tary Issues, minimizing, If not wholly
avoiding, criticism of expansion, and
coming out boldly for tariff revision
on lines of humanity to Cuba and of
equitable reciprocity. The desire of
tho conservatives is to treat the trust1
question rationally, and tho Question
of corporations generally In a mannor
ns far away from Tom u Johnsonlsm
as possible. Then on. stnto Issues tho
purpoBO Ib to take pro-tanal ground
that win appeal to tno interests of
Brooklyn and of Buffalo nnd virtually
tho interests oi mo wnoio Rtntc.
Should the resolutions bo framed
nlotig this lino tho convention's action
will colncldo with tho avowed pur
poso of tho old-lino Democrats to dls-
courngo tho bad Inlluonco of Tnmmnny
nnd to mnko KingB county and tho
U-to-dnto Domocracy tho manifestly
dominant powor In tho party In Now
Shoot at Valparaiso.
Valparaiso, Ind., Sopt. 29. The
stnto shoot under tho auspices of the
Vnlparalso Gun Club opened hero to
duy and will continuo through to
morrow. Kopresontntivcs of many of
tho lending cuius ot tne stato arc
competing for tho championship
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