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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1903.
The Peoples Greatest Outfitters
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Do You Like
Its one of the many new
styles we are showing fn
mens overcoats. Very dressy
and comfortable when on.
The Fall lasts of Flor
sheim shoes are nobby,
something oat of the ordinary
they fast come in by express.
We invite yoar inspection.
CjVt.lT ISO) ,
f WEEKLY FASHION LETTER. 1
Now York, Sept. 19. Tho careful
chronicler of events fashionable will
hosltate beforo making too posltlvo
declarations concerning the season's
modes for, like stocks, fashions aro
subject to change without notice.
At tho Initial lnpour of advanco
styles everyone was positive that the
only materials considered de rlgucr
for autumn wear would bo the mix
tures and rough goods; now wo aro
Informed with as much assurance
that highly finished fabrics will not
be dethroned from their high estate.
And this is as it should be, for after
all it would be difficult to find ma
terials that blend so effectively with !
furs that will bo worn this winter
as the satin faced cloths, to say
nothing of their adaptability to the J
more elegant demands of dress. '
Tweeds, zlhelines and cheviots arc !
For n few diiys, until this advertisement is ohiingud, wc will make tiio following special
discounts nml prices on till bedroom furnishings.
l.ace Curtains of all kinds, 10 per cent discount.
Red Spreads, white, all sizes, nil grades, 10 per
Cotton Hliuikef, all colors and qualities, 10 per
Wool IthuiUet.s, all grades except Pendleton
"Woolen Mills Markets, special discount of 10
Largo Size Comforts, cheap ones nud tine onec,
too, 10 per cent discount.
The Place for Bargains,
N DEPT. STORE
If you enjoy a good article, then smoke
THE PRIDE OF UMATILLA
rhey ure home madi and of the best tobacco. A. RHODE, Maker
a little too incongruous In combina
tion with exquisite embroideries even
for the women of somewhat startling
originality; no fabrics, however, are
more chic for the severe lines of cut
ting and fitting.
Dubarry Shades in Favor.
Thai elastic term, "Dubarry."
which has been employed variously
for new shades of green, blue and
pink comes into play again this sea
son In naming a soft, rich brown,
which will he greatly worn in smooth
finished materials. An Imported de
sign Intended for a slender figure,
has a plaited skirt flounce depending
from n scalloped yoke edged with
I Bulgarian embroidery. The flounce
..........-.- -"t------ t lmnKS n fn1 RtraIeht f0ts t0 beow
J J the knees, where it Is tucked in two
ery wide corded tucks, for all the
1 1 world like a wash silk or linen ma-
, terial. The second tuck is just above
i the hem and the effect Is of three
tucks of equal width.
, Instead of a jacket the waist has
, a bodice effect with a yoke of dyed
brown lace lined with white satin.
Tne front opens over the vest with
a slight fulness nud has projecting
facings of leaf brown, orange, canary
and white panne velvet, the color
scheme being arranged so that the
white falls nwtt to the brown lace of
The sleeves are laid in wide tucks
over tho shoulders and at the elbows
a simple graduated ruffle of tho
H I R I
Large Sheets, best quality, lioo miiwIr,
Pillow Ca-e. best quality, !!(! Inches long, upeelal
lied 'ricking, straw or wool ticking, good quality,
CJimmI Feather Ticking, two grade?, 17c anil 15c
You are Taking no Chances When Yotf Use
i manufactured and sold by the Ross Ice it Cold
tage Company. No other distilled water ice sold
be city, iie sure you call up Phone Main 1881
Mors Always Welcome at the Plant
e Phone Main 17S1
Ice Office Phone Main iSi
Package GOLD LEAF Coffee
IV IO tickets Everv narVaw,. nf r.r,1rl I ...af fncta Wif-n
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and Gold Leal Java & Mocha
Coffee contains one ticket.
These goods are the best ever
placed on the market for the
money. Try a package and if
not satisfactory, return it to
rr and he will refund vour monev.
tf) Gold Leaf brand spices, teas, extracts and baking
,ley are the best. Once tried always used. J
WD COFFEE & SPICE Co., Wl$u I
Marble and Cranite
MONUMENTS. HEADSTONES, COP
INGS AND BUILDING STONE
Uuoourown work and guarantco the'uuncat
lowent price. Kstlmale. civen on all kludi of Cut
Sione. We have a larco atock and woii'a be iiltai
ei 10 have you earalue It. i ! : : ! i : : :
Main Street Pendleton, Oregon
NisrO K IN. Depot
UnANCHiSdOI' AT HEI'I'NElt, OI!K.
cloth linen with the lace covered
white satin falls over a close-fitting
cuff. The neck in completed with a
soft stock of brown chiffon, the dyed
lace, pnune velvet ami white net com
bined In delightful confusion.
Plaids for Entire Costumes.
Until now. plaids have been used
most as a trimming, but later In the
season they will bo prominent for en
tiro costumes. A natty street dress
has a durk green background striped
with blue and subdued red In an ir
regular plaid with long black silk
hairs flecked In the spaces of the
plaid. Tho skirt Is made perfectly
plain, but gains an indescribable air
of smartness from Its perfect cut.
The jacket is of the long, close-
J fitting variety with seams stoutly
studied, mere are pociiois uuuve
the bust and elbow, the belt on either
side of the front, stitched with tri
angular laps of the plaid piped with
dull green satin. Muttons of tho
same material are used for the fast
ening, but Instead of button-holes,
loops of green cord are' employed.
Tho jacket Is a blouse, not too
full at tho front and finished at tho
shoulders with a close-fitting cape of
zlbellne trimmed with a quantity of
tiny plaid buttons. There Is a vest
piece of tho braid in wider bands and
theso extend abovo the capo to form
tho finish of a collarless effect. A
shirt waist of plaid French flannel
is worn beneath the blouse. For
plain cloth suits tho plaid braids fur
nish most desirable brightening of.
Shirt Waists for Fall Wear.
Tho autumn counterpart of the
shirt waist hat is a very smart little
affair and more oxpcnslvo than Its
summer rival. Particularly fetching
Is a wooly red felt with broad upward
curving brim that spreads Into a flat
crown. Tho crown Is pierced with
big openings that aro button-holed
and starting through theso openings
are two black-headed rod birds put
there in the guarded fashion of birds
startled in their nosts.
Another smart hat Is of finely tuck
ed Hngllsh felt, saucily up-turned at
tho front with an incision mado for
no other apparent reason than to
arcoruraodato a broad band of satin
fir.. ' .-'f
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New Building, Class Rooms Large and Cheerful, Well Ventilated,
Perfectly Lighted. All Recently Renovated and Set in Proper
Order for the New Year's Work.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 14.
Ibis institution is prepared to do thorough work in all public school grades, .is
well as in all academic departments embracing English, Latin, Greek, German,
French, History, Mathematics anil Oratory.
A k'liNJnPPfi A DTPW Department will be opened under the snperinlend
V IVinUL IVUttII L,I1 U)C(S of Mrs j j, IlalI a uni)Xcl Kindergart.-n
teacher, on Tuesday, Sept. 2j, and a comfortable conveyance will be provided to
carry all small children for both Kindergarten and Primary departments, to and
from school tinder the personal care of one of the teachers.
Address all inquires to Prof. V. II. Jileakney, Pendleton, Ore., or call at the
President's Office in the Academy Building.
ribbon which Is laced through either I -
side and tied In a big soft bow.
Fur is combined with the new lab
rlcs on many of the smart hats. One
very smart design Is of grey with a
long, silky surface. It is turned up
at both sides and faced with Persian
lamb. A Persian lamb ornament like
a buckle fastens a long drooping
plume of cocqnu's feathers, .grey In
tone and touched with green and
An Important feature of all winter
garments Is tho buttons employed
either for purposes of fastening or
ornamentation. For tho latter but
tons tho sire of a florin aro consid
ered smartest; thoy are mado of Jet,
paste, steel and tho dull shades of
velvet and constitute a very ornate
Not only are these buttons used on
wraps and gowns, but they play an
Important part in tho season's fash
ionablo millinery. Heady to wear
hats show them In every iraaglnablo
variety and sometimes If tho fabric
of tho hat Is non-decoratlvo two or
three different kinds of buttons aro
corabluod with tho other trimming.
Autumn gloves aro more heavily
stitched this year than ever and a
few exclusive designs have detacha
ble silver or gold buttons that can ho
worn In sets, Again tho accommo
dating Dubarry conies Into play in a
soft dull red that goes well with al
most any gown.
All persons Indebted to 11. M.
Sloan, please call and settle theh
accounts. , Ulacksmlth shop corner
Cottonwood and East Alta.
St Joseph's Academy:
For Hoarding and Day Students, Conducted by
the Sisters ol St. Frances of Philadelphia.
Classes will be resumed September 7th,
For Terms, etc., Apply to
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