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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1903- , ,
1 WEEKLY FASHION LETTER. I
New York, Sept. 26. Nature docs
not make a leap, but fashion does
sometimes. The autumn season -will
affort the most striking proof of this
axiom. The frills. flounces and
fult waists and skirts tnat have char
acterized the modes of the past three
years, must give way to severe but
artistic simplicity a vogue that will
proTe most trying to those who are
not blessed with attractive forms.
The prevailing expression in smart
gowns is a following closely of the
contour of the figure so that the an
gular, unattractive sisterhood will
have greater need than ever of the
art and appointments of the mOdlS-tac
For the tailor made costume the
close-fitting coat, with the "hug-me-tighf
skirt is the approved design.
IhcimiI of thn inns nointed train
skirts are finished with a graceful
round outline that will be much af
The greatest fulness in fall gowns
-rffi be la the sleeves and this shows
a tendency to creep above the elbow.
The WshoD effect, however, is the
ultra-smart pattern for the long,
"While tne mixed goods and rough
tweeds will be very chic, there can
be found same very chic dresses In
satin-faced goods. The perfora
cloths of a few seasons ago have been
revived and are used to excellent ad
vantan. In ultra-smart street and
Strikingly Original Suits.
Strikingly original is a design in
Indies cloth. The skirt.
n-Mrh fits without fulness over the
,!. hs an pmti!pppment of perfor
ating otii mhmldcrv with delicate
iin nf prnhro:derr iolninc this to
elaborate, deep points of perforation
nn t ho hnttnra of the skirt.
The bodice, hair covered by a sort
of double pelerine of perforated
a owhmirfprr shows a lit
tle fullness at the front, yet enough.
however. to prevent a perfectl
The nelerine is
narrow over the shoulders, the lower
edge reaching less man nan way w
t. oltmwa- at ice iront u mus ui
inm. nnlnfK nrer the bust. Con
tlnuinr at tne back in a sincle. deep
point to the waistline, wnere it is
attached to the belt with a large pas-
The sleeves are unusually large
a MtikoroH fntn isr ruffled cuffs.
edged -with ribellne. They are made
entirely of the perforated cloth with
insertions up the inside of the arm to
show a Danel of black Chantllly.
The neck Is charmingly finished witn
a choker of fur fastening with a clus
ter or talis and scarf of canuuy
An Autumn Voile.
The autumn counterpart of voile is
a material much the same, nut a ir
e heavier wiM a iligatly ruffled ear
face. It is extreiW IaWe thMC-j
fore, adapted to the prevailing out
lines of slenderness and grace. Un
less bougni in me "i'1'"'"' ! .1
it is not a success for it stretches .n
the most unlovely manner A visit
ing toilette in dark leaf brown -s
developed In this labric. Both bod
lee and skirt are plentifully trimmed
with heavy dyed brown lave. The
skirt has a graduated box plait down
the center of the front with flowered
medallions placed in the middle of
the war down .o the hem. Over tne
hips are tiny tucks to effect a per
fect fit, while arouno the bottom,
making the skirt fiare very much
- i iit .t-o rows and rows
I run me iJi l"- - , .
of inch-wide tucks reaching to the
jmees. Above the tucks the lace is
appllqued. sloping upward toward the
The bodice blouses very much over
a narrow belt of brown pans that
- i front The cen-
ter box plait idea shown In the skirt
rlr.1Li lth the lave ap
is rtraii u.w - - - , .
r.itr,r, in the middle. The lace is al-
. J ., iU tinn1.-tpr in low
i ... a I . . .
effect and forms a sort of btfr. piaii
atvz l:ves finlsUed with 'AST
caps edged with a nirroj appUqne
lace down the center; this is tuck
T over ft swf.fittlns M,'
Iwres arc boS-ritCl with Jit 0
fioTer deSgn of applique lace down
the center; this comes to the
to witn applique design over them.
S.alT itchier desidera-
iWevVopeS in c7oths andheavy
Sk. Whit, promises to
on popular favor fo ?both
tnnlni. frf.r.i thrfvat nlmrust in knoft.
The skirt is quite plain Just clearing
tne grouna ana nariug over mo n-vi
with each seam strapped down to the
There are countless novelties in the
small belongings of dress. Buttons
are among the most Important, though
another trimming that Is extremely
chic is black embroidery on white.
provided the contrasts are not ioo
startling. The new .buttons com? in
sets for the front of the waist, cuffs
and front and back of the stocks.
They are. made of almost every imag
inable material, but carved natural
wood and gun metal are in greater
demand, with dun silver, siuum
pearl and aluminum coming next.
The wood designs are expensive as
many come from the far East; but
this Is true of aimosi neijuimh
fashionable. There is no such thing
nnnnnmr- Thp htlSillPSK OI lUC
mil ti.Hori. u ton thoroughly estab
lished and too Jealous of us ngnis iu
yield one jot of Its revenues to
ohnnroc In h fashions Which It lt-
colr nlrortc hrnro tne crcaier t-iv-
ltn almnler desicns.
t-oiic nrottlpat when mnilc of
chiffon sprinkled In flowered design
with chenille or scauervu iui
r,f rmno rihhon. Tne conven-
tir.ni hom.Ktltrhpd v'il is to be re
placed by one finished with two nar
row bands or riDDon oi couimw
in anuria intnort hv feather stitchi.i:
or fagottlng in threads matching the
groundwork of tne veu proper.
The shirt waists oi autumn uiuer
fmm thnca nf summer mainly In
hnt thrv are made simpler of cour
tesy to the fall wraps. Heavy wasu
fhrtc win w used tor smart waisis
.iirtni tho pnt're winter season.
There is no rule prohibiting the use
of trimming, nowever, ana me
fnrme of Etltphinirs can be used
on linen, madras and chambray mod
els as during the summer.
ELUERVS NEW LEADER.
Personality of the Man in Charge of
Royal Italian Band
T.he new leader of the Ellery band,
Manfredo Chiaffarelli by name, has a
nprsnnalitv ejraetlv onnosite to that
or his predecessor. He is over six
leet tail ana Dig ana oroaa m jiroiiu.'
tion. His hair and moustache are
black, bis complexion swarthy, and
his eyes dark brown. His gestures
are broad and noble ana uiusira;e
the man's deep musical feeling to
He is in sympathy with all styles
and schools of music, and is as hap
pr In bis interpretation of the light
aid Joyous popular music, as he is in
that of the heaviest classical num
bers. He has a great personal fond
ness for pathetic and melancholy
music and while directing such, his
eyes Invariably fill with tears. Sis
nnr fThiaffarelli Is totally devoid of
personal conceit, and his modesty:
and self forgetfulness are as rare as
thev are refreshing. Ellery's bare '
will be at the Fraier tonight.
A Doctor's Reasons
to a Living
f unni ovpn unto the present
day of grace, consider baldness due
. v. kmwuI ln - 4n fin nn
Nothing is lurmer xrom u u-,
.ntAncc tc rtiicAd hv the onslaught i
Wliuutaa . - .
of -o minute organism which tecrets .
itself beneath the scaip ana ,
the roots or the natr caumj; n
lose its life and fall ouL
This organism cannot be got no
of except by the free and persevering
use of Newnro s werpiciue.
No matter how badly the scalp is
affected the dandruff surely disap
pears and hair health Is restored
when Herpicide Is applied.
Destroy the cause you remove the
eflSold by leading druggists. Send"
10c In stamps for sample to The Her
picide Co.. Detroit. Mich. F. w.
Schmidt & Co., special agents.
Patient: "Why do you say Schliti beer?
Isn't any other beer as good?"
Doctor: "Perhaps; but I don't know it. I
do know that Schliu beer is pure."
Patient: "What do you mean by purer"
Doctor: "I mean free from germs. Impurity
means bacilli; and in a saccharine product like beer
bacilli multiply rapidly. I do not recommend
a beer that may contain them."
Patient: "How do you know that SchliU beer
Doctor: "I have seen it brewed. Cleanliness
is carried to extremes in that brewery- The beer
is cooled in plate glass rooms, in filtered air.
The beer is then filtered. Yet, after all these
nreeautions. every bottle is sterilized by Pasteur's
process after it is sealed. I know that beer
treated in that way is pure."
Patient: "And is pure beer good for me'"
Doctor: "It is good for anybody. The hops
form a tonic; the barley a food. The" trifle of
alcohol is an aid to digestion. And the custom
of drinking beer supplies the body with fluid to
wash out the waste. People who don't drink
beer seldom drink enough fluid of any kind. A
great deal of ill-health is caused by the lack of it."
Patient: "But doesn't beer cause biliousness''
Doctor: "Not Schlitz Heer. Biliousness is
caused by 'green' beer beer tnat is insufficiently
aged. But Schlitz beer is always aged for months
before it is marketed.
Ask for tlie bravery bottling.
THE BEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
1 Conrad Platzoeder i
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and hausage.
Prices as low as the lowest
THE PALM I FULL op FALL PIN
T. D. GADDIS, Proprietor
: Candies, Ice Cream Soda :
bfcrand though" rather n
it me front the coat Is confined with
of white Uld Double panels
ttl cU"" stitched across the
Sels are medaillons of hW ;
Pre- The al.tons J f
sleeves at u . T"" hv,Dl: the
white silk cords. pendleton
Homespuns .n Fasmor.- m,u,cl
. " . will so faahtonable '
this year tnai u. - -- , An
,ity,ot Petr b ".-.u,;
hf t U that genuine h&mepua eTfr
me double widtly They are made
co. ..1. ,. rriocs of north-
could not now bly pro
ZSikFextr wide bomespucs to 1
mfterial is In more demand for
JtL- walSttg suit than Is home-
V, Ztitf ti riattiw; coat, tral-
Manufacturers of the
I Repairs for all Irinds of!
V arm iTcituiin& j
Nuts, Ffttits and
Is the magnificent stock of carpets and roSj
showing The 1904 patterns art 0, (
for you to choose the design that pleases our
In our stock you will find something ; to ; pi"
have catpets from the heavy velvet
lighter makes ana an snuw
mil ch to the beauty of your rooms.
We bought carpets in a vast quantity ad5;.
which cut down trie cost so
save you money.
Broad choice, large savings and tJ,"t.?08l
. . ,n,lnrrnieOI "v I
sew ana lay your carpci, .
Foundry Work a Specialty
Ca8i paid for old castings
,-Bear this saiad wh'ea ywi
nerl potdtry and stock auppiles
and ask lor the International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
kow Kuro for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Golesworthy
127.129 East Aha St.
Agent for Lee'fl Lice Killer
: Pure Goods and Low Prices
THE PALM j
221 E. Court ?
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BAKER & F0L1
, The Modern Carpet and Fro
House of Pendleton
BARGAINS IN BICYCLES
f I will offer special low prices en all
For E lev
wheels on hand
H. T- STILLMAN
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