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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1904.
DRESS AND FASHION
MOCKS AND FRILLS BEWITCHIN6LY
COMPLEX OR CHARMINGLY SIMPLE.
aa Xnmu DratlT DatalU
f taa Gawa of Tatar Laval
al Calar Taraa Varr Taklaaj
i Draw A Rlppla From ParU.
' Delightfully frilly, fluffy and femi
nine, the fashions for the coming ta
on tnggest sunshine and all the
thanna of an Ideal summer. They are
good enough for every fortunate con
tingency and Invite no other. The tai
lor made of course exiati for various
useful purposes, but "the" gown revels
In soft inching, filmy frills, fascinat
ing embroideries, graceful gouginga
tWO OTTOS OF Til SEiSO.
and shlrrlngs, mysterious entre deux,
told motifs and ethereal garnitures of
hlffon and lac. It takes ns back far
way from the day of the strenuous
woman to the environment of "my
lady" of long ago.
: Pal yellow wrin Just that little ting
of pink that makes It "possible" Is on
of the quaint offerings of the season In
color. Champagne Is too becoming and
harmonious in silks, satins and cloth to
be given np, although it has been bard
run. A combinationof several of the
"off" shades of whit In one costume
flnds expression. Rose color will be
cm of the joys of the season cither as
foundation for chiffon or other trans
parent fabrics or as a not of color In
troduced Into some of the tinted whit
' Two costumes are here shown. On
is of light beige, lavishly embroidered
with whit silk and with a trebl row
of gathers round the hips. Thick boull
lonne encircles the shoulders, van
dyked lac edgings veil the fine plait
lags of red lies on the sleeves and cir
cular yoke In whit taffeta striped
with red, and there Is a draped belt to
match. Bed chenille tabs with long
tassels knotted and sprinkled with
traw beads strengthen the color ef
fect Roses shading from light pink to
yellow bedeck the red straw hat, and
the parasol is In striped pink cblna
Vary quaint Is th gown In water
green foulard, striped and figured with
whiter Lac edgings border th flounces
of th skirt and outline th receding
A ORAsmaa icmmbb flow.
skoulder cape, which Is lined with
duck's egg green. Th double jabot
nd slv ruffles, lac ruche and a
full veil of blsck and whit lac adorn
th yellow straw bat with turned up
Th lovely model of th second cut Is
conspicuous for Its well shaped skirt
nd close fitting bolero. While it to of
distinctly dainty aspect. It expresses
that tiny, newest rippl of foaling orig
inating with th Tarlsienn for less
elaborate) toss intricate style of gown,
Th woman who ha "no tlm for re
laxation and systematic exercise" 1
precisely th woman who most need
to take It
Beating th coco with an egg boater
lost baton taking from tbe stove is
aid to be an Improvement, and a few
drops of vanilla tn th cocoa pot Will
task it still battatr,
A chart aad index of th contents of
th attlo to tn latest suggestion anent
bouse cleaning time; but better still,
koep as little old stuff stored away as
you conscientiously can.
The finishing touch to th dinner to
for th hostess to dress the salad at
Make as few stops as possible when
beating th white of eggs, at they
will liquefy rapidly again.
Th secret of good brown sauce to to
brown th butter nicely before adding
th flour; then brown both together.
It to much easier to poach an egg
when youput a teaspoonful of vinegar
In th boiling water.
THE DALLES NURSERIES
R. H. WEBER; Prop.
THE DALLES. OREGON.
(IROWIB AND DIALKR IN
FRUIT, SHADE TQCCC GRAPE VINES
ORNAMENTAL ' KLL) SMALIFRUITS
vsrrni, Rotes and Shrubbery.
Remember, Our Trees are Crown Strictly Withaut Irrigation.
CLOTHES AND THE MOTH.
Plaaa For KaaplaaT W'latcr Otranli
at Threat the Samner.
The most effectual way to render a
house moth proof is to give it each re
curring spring and fall a genera) and
thorough cleaning. One of th arch
enemies of the moth Is cleanliness. An
other is light This pest, Ilk all evil
doers, loves dark haunts and dirt and
hates the sunlight, says writer In
To the possessor of a cedar chest or
wardrobe the tusk of storing clothing
is a comparatively easy one.
Moth balls are considered by many
to be adequate protection if dropped
among stored articles. But on account
of th dlsngreeable odor which clings
to garments long after unpacking their
use becomes objectionable. '' v .J'
All fur garments, rugs and the like
should be safely stored before there
has been beat enough to transform the
chrysalld Into the winged Insect The
preliminary step in putting away furs
for the summer is to give them a thor
ough combing with a dressing comb,
thereby dislodging any possible torpid
worm or eggs. Then after beating well
nd airing sprinkle freely with pulver
ised gum camphor, cedar dusftobacco
leaves or anything else highly aromat
ic, and dispose of the furs in paper
flour aacks of ample size.
Do not tie the opening of the sacks,
but Instead turn th edges over and
past them down with a strip of mus
lin. .. When flour sucks are not obtain
able make sacks of newspapers, past
ing, not sewing, the edges together.
Printers' Ink is said to be peculiarly
obnoxious to moths and other insects.
Blankets may be sufely stored In
such receptacles provided always the
blankets are clean. Indeed too much
stress cannot be laid upon the necessi
ty for having all stored articles scrupu
lously clean. '
Th oil of cedar Is said to be a sure
preventive sgalnst the ravages of
moths. As to oil stains, care must be
taken that It does not come In contact
with clothing. To use It, saturate balls
of cotton wadding and drop them In
tightly closed botes and trunks. -
CROCHET WORK. .
A Vary Prettr Ipaclmea of tha Col
lars Now la Favor,
To make the circles make 5 ch, join.
1st round: 1 ch, 12 s c. under the ring,
si st In 1st s c. 2d round: 1 ch, 2 c
In each st, si st In 1st s c. 8d round:
1 ch, 1 s c in 1st st, 4 eh 1 s c in 1st, 1
c In same st with 1st s c, skip 1 st,
1 s c in next, t ch, 1 s c In 1st, 1 c
In same st with 1st s c, skip 1 st, 1 s c
In next, repeat from 10 times, si st
In 1st s c, Join th circles by joining
the Sd st of a plcot to Sd st of a plcot
on next circle with c. 1st row of
circles, join 2 plcot on each side, leav
ing 8 plcots on th upper and 0 on the
lower side. 2d row: Join 2 plcots of a
circle to 2 plcots on each of 2 circles
of 1st row next the joining. 8d row:
Join 2 plcots of a circle to 2d and M
plcots of 2 circles of 2d row next the
joining, 4th row: Join 2 plcots to 1st
nd 2d plcots next to the joining of 8d
row, and to 2 lower plcots of the clr
cles of the 2d row, 6th row: Join
the first, the third and the fifth plcots
to the first plcot next joining of th
fourth row, and to the center plcot on
the circle of the third row. 0th row:
Join 2 plcots to 2 plcots next the join
Ing of the 6th row, and 2 plcots to 2
center ones of the circle of the 4th row,
7th row; Join the first, second and
third plcots to plcots next the joining
of th aixth row, and to the center on
of the circles on the fifth row.
Thore or IS circles In the first row,
14 In th seeond, 13 In the third, 12 in
the fourth, 11 in the fifth, 10 In the
lxth, and 0 In th seventh. For the
top make 1 ch, 1 d c In 1st plcot, 4 ch,
1 c in next plcot, 4 ch, 1 d c in 8d
pleat, 1 ch, 1 d c in 1st plcot ou th
next circle, 4 ch, 1 s c in 2d plcot, 4 ch,
1 d c in 8d one, repeat directions from
to IS times. !
2d row: 1 d tr in 1st d c; keep the
last 2 st on the book, 1 d tr in same at,
work off all the sts, 4 ch, 2 d tr In
next s c, 4 ch, 2 d tr in next d c, 1 ch,
2 d tr In next d c, repeat from to end.
8d row: 1 s c in top of trs, 1 s c in 2
ch, 4 ch, 1 s c in 1st 1 s c in next 2 ch,
1 s c In each of next 2 d tr and In 1 ch
between, repeat from to end. Nar
row ribbon, white or colored, may be
run under the 4 tr and over tha 2 tr,
producing a pretty effect ;
The materials which are required are
on spool of linen thread, either white
or ecru, No. 60, and a rather fine steel
book. Crochet silk may be used Instead
of th thread and will make a very
handsome collar. Designer.
Tha Muita aa tha Dwalltaat Rons
la the rage for articles of virtu,
which has been prevalent several years,
the well to do have filled their parlors
aud cabinets and mantelshelves with
articles of genuine value indeed, but
In many case of no artistic grace. A
museum Is one thing, and a dwelling
bouse Is another. The two are some
times confounded, even among th
more cultured classes.
Between buttered slices of moist,
teamed brown bread lay thin slices
of cucumber coated with mayonnaise
dressing.' These are very delicious, but
should be eaten soon after they are
Becemlasr aad Effective Hata Tar.
baas Match tha Street Cawa.
fA bit of cleverness is this pictur
esque chapcau of par ma violet straw,
the brim curled up slightly at on side
and bent down close on to th hair at
the back, the crowa encircled by a
closely packed wreath of parm vio
lets, into which small pale pink rosea
are tucked at intervale, a perfected
simplicity that is the real acm of
Attractive originality stamps th lit
tle trlcorn of navy straw as a treas
ure in its way. Decidedly chic and
unique are the two flat, elongated bows
that catch up the brim at the crown.
the one of navy ribbon, the other in
delicate mauve. A cluster of mauve
rosebuds supports the right side of the
front, a longer wreath of shaded pink
blooms performing a like service to
the other. , ,
Turbans to match the tailor made
street gown are quite the most correct
thing, while the broad picture hats are
also popular. The white hat promises
to be a delightful feature of the sea
son and to carried out in straw or lac
or, newer still, figures as tha charming
"lingerie bat" In mull, batiste or chif
fon. The deft manipulation of the ostrich
feather by which it Is mado to curl
over on It buck, is drawn through the
hat brim and otherwise disposed in
most unusual fashion is one of the
novel dillllncry features of th season.
ETHEL W. BUSH.
How to dm aa rack Wooleaa.
For cleaning clothes that' are to be
packed away select a sunny, windy
day, advises Table Talk. Tut every
garment on the clothesline and after
the pockets have been turned Inside
out the garments whipped free from
dust, lot them hang for two or three
hours In the sun. There is no better
disinfectant than sunshine and fresh
air. If a garment needs sponging bav
on hand the following preparation:
Japanese cleaning cream, one-quarter
pound of castlle soap, one-quarter
pound ammonia, on ounce ether, one
ounce alcohol. Cut the soap fin and
dissolve In one quart of boiling soft
water. Add four quarts cold water and
the other Ingredients. .
I reaa skirts will wrinkle less If fold
ed rlnht side out. Dresses should be
carefully foldod In newspapers, each
one separately, and placed In the draw
ers or trunks, with a good sprinkling
of cloves between them. In folding
men's garments care should b used.
Fill the sleeves with folded newspa
pers and put a few cloves in each
A little Investment of time and labor
will bring good, returns'ln the fall, or
even such packages may be left for
years without fear if they are not
needed for use. Seal all boxes air tight
by pasting strips of paper about th
cover. It Is a good plan, to put away a
few articles every week as they ar
laid aside and cleaned. This make
the work far less of a task.
- ... A Oraaarat Chair.
An unusual or exceptionally attrac
tive bit of furniture is always of Inter
est to the home maker. Very effectlv
OVAXi OOOAStOHAfi CIAIK.
In the way of a chair to the oval speci
men here shown. With graceful framo
or polished mahogany and most deli
cate silk covering It will fit delightful
ly into almost any schema of furnish-
Traaaaaraat rtetaro Caata,
Transparent gowns that may bo
worn i ver a variety of linings or slip
are I to familiar. Now come tbo
sc. art little transparent plctur coat
to be worn over the silk waist and
forming, with the skirt, a useful and
tyligu afternoon costume. An attrac
tive one U In silk veiling of that faint
grayish biscuit tint which for som
reason promises to be on of th
mart" colors of th season.
HOOD RIVER, OR;
A fine Summer Resort, two miles west of It. R.
Station, overlooking the Columbia River. New,
Neat nnd clean. f 2.00 per day.
R. RAND &
HIGH LIGHTS OF FASHTON."
The New Tailor Made Gowa of Paris.
... Trlaaaalaa'a Galore.
Grays are extremely attractive this
year, ranging from "oyster" to Iron
gray and elephant gray and affording
such a variety of shades that among
them almost any woman may find, one
to wear with comfort and satisfaction
to herself. While usually associated
with the elder folk, some smart gowns
for young women adopt this useful hue
at present A taking Instance to the
gray dress of the cut, which is relieved
with rich soft bued oriental embroid
ery. A circular straw bat of pale chest
nut brown, looped up with satin ribbon
nd rblneston studs, completes cos
tume striking as it is practical.
Biscuit and tan bade are to be
mart, but bow few complexion are
really clear enough for them. A trap
for the unwary they prove if there is
the least sallow tinge in the skin.
As an item of comfort to those who
are not exceedingly slim It should be
noted that amid the many fluffy exam
ples of the latest chic there appear cer
tain models of the tailor made order.
This type of garment is always becom
ing to th plump woman and to her
Supple cloth and taffeta radium, a
tlssu In IndescribabJo shades resem
bling shot minor silk, together with
Infinitesimal checks, compose exquisite
It to evident that soft tiny, checked
canvas and silks made with very fully
plaited or tucked skirts will be decid
edly popular for elaborate toilet while
cloths in light pastel . colors and the
new delft blue compose many of the
smart tailor made costumes which are
particularly noticeable for their per
fect simplicity. One especially effec
tlv was In light gray tiny checked fine
cloth made with abort basked single
breasted coat having a black leather
belt at the waist A narrow black taf
feta collar opened at the neck to dis
play a whit guipure chemisette and
amber velvet cravat
Tbe multiplicity of trimmings now
necessary If a gown la to be "in it" to
the slightest degree It is impossible to
describe. Paasementerle, braid, fringes,
drop ornaments, all are in demand.
Buttons and "bobs" play an important
part. The latter occur in Immense va
rietybeads, jet sequins and silk or
I"! Hffl i'i i
SUABT PBACTICAIi DOSTUM K I ORAT.
chenille embroidery. Pearl garultures
re dream of loveliness whether In
the daintiest of passementerie or elabo
rate pendent ornaments.
For the bride's gown this season
pearls are the coveted trim ornament
I'earl passementeries for more general
us combine pearls, rbinestones and
spangles and are things of beauty, but
bow long they will remain a joy Is i
dubious question. '
Newest In trimmings are tbe quilled
ribbons used as a skirt trimming and
complemented with a broad quilled
ribbon flounce on tbe corsage. Silk
and velvet striped ribbon to used to
form bretelles and revers. An inlet of
Scotch plaid taffeta ribbon on waist
and skirt forms another unique bit of
' J. VERNON-WALDER.
A black hat with a picturesque long
ostrich plume In axure blue, hyacinth
blue, orchid mauve, salad green or
other softly beautiful hue completes
the fashionable black taffeta costume
In splendid style. '
A long, narrow, looped bow of white
tulle, spangled with sliver and holding
two short white ostrich tips, is one of
the ornaments used to fasten a bride's
Nun's veiling, albatross and gauze
ar fabric other than silk or satin that
may be used for wedding gown.
Check and stripes tn nun's veiling
are up to date for th short, summer
Bilk finished alpaca makea a useful
and stylish hard wearing gown.
The charms of silk and linen ar
combined In linen d sole, a soft, rather
coarse material for morning dresses.
Three-quarter length unllned coats
of louistne, taffeta or crape in the light
est tints are dressy summer affairs.
Sleeveless taffeta capes and mantles.
lace trimmed, are one of the Paris fan
White suede gloves ornamented with
lace applique were worn by a recent
Champagne colored straw is one of
the season's favorites In hats, either
dressy or plain.
Ribbon flowers and straw flowers are
among the popular millinery trim
E. O. RAXD.
WWII I ! ! ::
J, B. Fletcher & Co.
GROGEBIES, FLOUB an! FEED
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
W. E. GODSEY,
' Wagon Maker
Horse-Shoeing and Repair Work
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
T. H. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Buns, Cakes,
and Pastry Daily.
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Department of the Interior, Land Oftloe at
The Dalles, Oregon, June 27, IIHW. -Notice Is
hereby given that the followlng-nrmed set
tler has tiled notice of his Internum to make
final proof In support of his claim, nnd that
said proof will be made bemre (leo. T.Prnlher
U, H. commissioner, at his olHce at Hood
Itlvor, Or., on August i, 1!XM, vlr,:
KKANK K. HI'AULDINO
of Mount Hood, Or., H. K. 'No. 7817, for the
NK HK, HK NK'4, Lot 1 Heo. S, and NW
I-4HWM, Hec.4, Tp.lHouth, Range 10 East,
He mimes the following witnesses to prove
nis continuous residence upon ana cultiva
tion of said land, via
J. N. Knlgot, !j. M. Baldwin. William H.
Grlhhle and A. A. Leroux, all of Mount Hood
JyH MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
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The New Music House is the Boss
IT HAS ALL THE FINE PIANOS AND ORGANS THAT THE
GREATEST PIANO HOUSE IN THE WEST HANDLES. SOME
OF WHICH WE GIVE THE NAMES:
The Celebrated Weber, the Renowned ChicRering, Kimball
Hobart M. Cable, Crown and Hardoroff.
Then Come the Fine Kimbal and Burdett Organs
These fine goods with a fine assortment of
And all Kinds of Small Goods will be found
EILER$ MUSIC CO
Successors to Parkins Grimes (SL Co.,
THE DALLES, - - OREGON
J. T. H0LMAN, V !
HOOD RIVER HEKJHTS
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Free Delivery. -
Repairs made and supplies
constantly on band. ,
MRS. E. W. CROSS, Proprietor. .
Nice clean beds and hom cook In sr.
M per week for permanent boarders.
Single meals 25c. Single lodging, 26c.
HOOD JBIVER HEIGHTS.
Charles R. Spencer.
THE DALLES TRANSPORTATION CO.
Fast time befween The Dulles and Portland. Steamer leaves The Dalles Tuesday!,
Thursdays and Haturdsys, at 7 a. in.; arriving at Portland at 2 p. in.
Returning, leaves Portland Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 a. m.: arriving
t The Dalles at 8 p. m. '
Mopping at Vancouver, Washongal. Cascade Locks, Stevenson, Carson, St. Martin's
Springs, Collins, White Halmon, Hood River and Lyle, for both freight and passengers.
Landing at The Dalles, foot of Union st; at Portland, foot of Washington St. Capt.
E. W.Spencer, Ueneral Manager, Portland. FASHION STABLEH, Agent, Hood River.
1Y KINLOCH PASTE IDEAL HOUSE PIT
Th pvrpoM of Hons Paint la to Protect and Beautify
Llnaaad oil la tha Ufa of paint" booaoae It fa tha binder, tb mnollafiv. that holds tha plffroaata
(th dry paint) to tfc anrfaoei and only whan tha oil lues thla blndlna; quality through Ita dia
lntaratlon ay atmospheric influence ahoold th loosened dry parti o) as of pitmen oome oft Th
eflloa of tha pirn est la daooratlT and also preservative la proloajlnf th life of th oil by pro
twottnff It from tho elements.
Absolut cortalnty of tho purity of the Unsood oil ooMtttute
th chief ooonomy la paint boyiac. for to exaotly the eaten that th blndlna; quality of th oil la
weakened by tha ns of adulterants or oheap "thinners," tlaO durability of tko
wfeolo paint la Hminvilhod
You hav this) absoluto Crtafaty of th quality of the oil tn th Paint pat
on your hous when you buy Kinioch Paint, bcaui you buy tKo oil tpar
stly and iva your Pint this absolutely oertain durability by mi zing this oil fall on for gallon
withth tHIcH "KilaloclV past In which, for your convenience and the oertainty
of proper proportions, all tha pig-menu, tinting oolors, "turps" and dryers ar ground together
and sold you, ready for th admixture of th pur raw oil by yourself.
Thto facts a lon mako "Klnloch" ttao Idaal paint t bat besides
this guarantee of durability through your personal knowledge of the purity of tha oil, la th fact
that when yon buy two gallons of th ordinary ready-nixed paint the "ready for tha brush"
sort yoa pay th ready -mixed paint prlo for th ana gallon of oil therein, rogardlesa of ita
purity for 2 13 to O times more) than for the fretupuraoUU you local dealer 's barrel.
W lovit orrespondeno from those who use or buy Eouae Paint,
WHEREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT, YOUR OWN DEALER WILL
8ET' KINLOOH" FOR YOU, IF SHOWN THI8 AO., BY WRITING PIREOT TO
KINLOOH PAINT COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE,
Sold by S. E. BARTMESS, Hood River, Oregon.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOD BROS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Flour and Feed
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY.
Only Exclusive Grocery Store in the City. Free Delivery. Phone.
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It's the best to be found from
coast to coast."
It's -'The Train for Comfort"
every night in the year between
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chi
cago. Before starting on a trip no mat
ter where write for interesting infor
mation about comfortable traveling.
II. L. Sisleb, Geu'l. Agt.,
132 Th ird St. , Portland , Or.
T. W. Teasdale,
General Passenger Agent.
St Paul, Minn.
STRANAHANS & BAGLEY.
Horses bought, solil or exchanged.
Pleasure parties can geeureflrat-class rigs. Spe
cial attention given to moving Furniture
and Pianos. ,
We do everything horses can do.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.