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THE DAILY JOURNAL. 8ALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1903.
Gossip About the Latest
bow; above this Is a full puff of lace crotfpearl to at genuine diamond but
oyer chiffon which growsj,narrower Jon. . i
ai It-rtachas the tep. where' thorn 1.1 J For summer shirt waists there come
a final md of white oeau do oynaa vary pretty button sets .that arc faa
apptkHed with the dearest HUIe laca tened upon braids and an5 can be J
medaUions and tiny sprays of forget easily changed from one waist to an j
other. The majority are made or
.nearfbity tnr is. an exifelislfe nov- ',
eltynn-Wjpif wooo, tnni is particular- .;
Uos of the
ere U. S8
liars mm imra of
as noSr Tilts sea-'
?-,.... t -..
Which sfcows lWK Btftnt leather belts will be very,yUf LiyillZfTllOfl
Iars are Used trim UryUIntf from
What New York's Fair 0ne?s H flnd
iWW Wiar Pactnr !the S"11 variety in laces Is al-
a 1I.,l,il 4' lB ract- w m"rh COfl,ra
- ILJ r ipKrs4Duna thiWect of col
3NB'bf8c.aVp'r1l lOfe Mbuy , oA.r ' (Wbraldjfftce looks well
iriiJwhTch the welbdroesod wesian Id fcrV !" nntfj""6 woolen lace
dulges nowadays does not expend It Jon a w wn or tne ara8 snaae
solf hi street toilettes. The art and j lacked out In red Is quite novel In ap
Hmo iinvntoH in hnnu nuiuira ' oearance. In some of tlie smart shops
thqm up to the standard of things
It. coos without fu-ivlntr that the soft
clinging fabrics aro selected for tfaeMM trimming Is already designed" up
A.n. i..., ti.i. .. .i.,.i. , -,t,i 'on the Kown. This Is certainly a
lau aula at tiui front, felllnc almost popular tlrts year; so much so.
in the hem of the slrL Thete col- fast, that belts and the half-bands of
handsome skirts and bodices, all cut
and ready to be fitted, can be ob
tained at a reasonable sum. In fact.
to an elaboration nerer before
equaled In beauty or effect.
There Is an endless variety of de
signs, but It is easy to detect a sug
gestion of the Emplro In all of the
blosslng to tho borne artist In thes4
days whon everything requires the
touch of a master hand,.
Next to the beautiful house gowns
(hat lake the placo of Uio Easter
?. ... . .....
new modols. Tho natural grace of.otyles that have ucon on cxiiiuition
Pmplro gowns 'is only one featuro In fd tho past few wooka are the sum
their favor. That thoy aro comfort I mor gowns of linen and canvaB fa
able Is proved by tho fact that thoy "!" Thcso tollottes aro labeled
deulght tho heart of tho radical dress , "wash" gowns, but this Is tho only In-
reformer as woll as the butterfly nf.tlmatlon that one has of tho fact.
A design that ronulres almost In
For Instance, one modol Is mado of
coarse canvas, which looks for all
numorable yurds of silk and laco Is the world as If It wore mado of white
made of light weight pongee trimmed and colored conrso coronet cotton
with Valenciennes dyed a beautiful Intorwovon. It Is lined with natural
coral shade. The silk Is cut In narlcolor glaco. Thoro Is Just a flno
row strips, which are alternated wjlh! threading of blaek Introduced with n,
laoo Insertions and formed Into an coarser weft and woof.
occiordloti-plalted sklrL The scant The new wash gons ore prettiest
bodice, or rather yoke, extends barely ' In tho stone tints, red. putty and
to tho bust line, and the etolan with champagne, because they blend most
the skirt Is veiled beneath u drapery harmoniously with the variegated
of biscuit eolur chiffon An unusual laces.
feature of the gown is the rather The alarm that was evidenced nt
high neck (hat Is. high for an Km the combination of linens and ehlf-
summer sailors will be sold In sets to
match later on. There arc rainproof
Affable and artistic and quite the new
est detail that ono might add to one's
wardrobe. MAUDE GRIFFIN,
: : CAVE
Two Boys Find Immense
Cavern near Grants Pass
A dispatch from Orants Pass says
another llmc'stono cave, which prom
ises to bo as great In extent as tho
noted "Great Oregon Caves," in Gray
back Mountain, has been discovered
on upper Deer Crook, of this county
Tho discovery has Just been made.
the ensrarrt. to the lavbrinths having
bcon accldeUally uncovered by Guy
Wcathorby ai.d Hoy Dunlon, boya who i
Like a Pie
JheTbp Crust . Sfeeped in
i . -
While the Bottom is Soggy
? With Beer
plro effect, for only wtHWgh Is cut
nway to show the outline of a swan
foil nt the beginning of the season
has quieted down Into steady admlra
Hon. The combination does seem In
If there Is one thing above another .congruous, but Its beauty execution
that commends Itself to the woman ol. overy other disadvantage. ,A simple
fashion Hilt season. 1t Is the fact Hint jcontumo of whlto llnon haH the skirt
no decided rule Is followed In thl t'rlmmed from belt to hem with wldo
modes. It Is simply a matter or eel Insertions of luce, through which a
looting tho style and the color Hint white tafleta drop skirt gleams,
suit, but all of the stylo aro grace-1 Tho hodlco has a band of tho lace
ful and dainty and all of the colors I running around tho figure Just above
light, ho that whatevor the fancy may .the girdle. Abovo tho hloussd front
hit upon Is coiumo II faut Tho girl j thoro Is a yoke of laco with the most
who does not llko n decided Km plro loosely woven placos threaded with
effect finds a delightful modification chiffon. Ilolow the yoke thero Is n
In a girdle whloh Is morn of a t won-Ini file of chiffon laid Into two wldo
tluth than an eighteenth denturyjhomstltched tucks and embroidered
type. In this effect tho dopth Is with llnon thread In little flour do lys.
plaqed 'below rather than abovo tho The sloovos havo caps nnd under
walstllno ami In this way unbocom- cuffs of lace, with wristbands -of llnon,
lug lines are not Inflicted upon tho Hip yokes rontlnuo to be one of
well dressed. the most popular forms of skirt trim
Tho provlnco of heavy laces has mlng. but the question of finishing
been extended to house gowns nnd the . the edgos with becoming omphanls la
result Is thnt some striking designs a question that puzzles the best of
uro being exhibited In ultrn-smnrt t thorn. Scallops aro the simplest ho
establlshments. A creation In puro lutlon of the problom. requiring as
white India mull seoms too dollcato ' they do less geometrical precision
for thu thick, conrso lace that appar-1 than tho Greek key nnd bMtlomont
ently weights It down. Tho scams! methods, but becauso thoy ore easy
are eoycrfid with strips of tho Inon to gain, tho commonality adopts them,
and thj, niull cut from underneath. J thereby robbing tho skirt of Its orlgl
Tho sanut Idea Is carried out at thu nallty.
top of the hem. Tho gown falls In I The oraro for buttons lucreasos,
graceful folds from n round gauged and thoy aro us fashionable upon
yoke, which Is lent length by a bolero wash dresses as upon moro oxponslvo
of tho lace threaded with narrow toilettes For the llnon fabrics there
whlto crepe ribbon. laro caned pearl, crouchettod and lln-
Tho sleeves are made In layots. en buttons of all sixes and doslgns.
First there is a loose Inner slcovo of voiles, otamlnes and the like are or
tho null ending obviously at tho ol nameutcd with anything from a moth
trance wns almuct completely hlddon
by overgrowing nidnznnlta and chink
apin bushes. Entering, tho two hunt
ers found a numbor or tunnels nnd
passages leading back Into tho gloomy
depths of tho mountain. Thoy re
turned to their camp and procured
some candles nnd a lnntorn, proceeded
to explore the caves. Thoy proceeded
to a depth or 180 feet or more, nnd
would have gone further, but wore
arnild of becoming lost In tho Intri
cate, number of chambers, rooms, tun
nols nnd passages.
The formation throughout the cave
Is limestone the floors and ceilings
of tho cnambers. tho supporting1 col
umns, all are limestone. Stalactite
of this hang pendant from abovo In
profusion, while In tho pools of water
about tho floor aro floral growths, like
coral, and of tho most dollcnto shades
of pink nnd bluo. They havo the ap
pearance of underground flower gnr
dons, and It Booms wonderful that
anything of such romarkablo beauty
could form nnd grow In tho peretunl
gloom and. blackness of tho enve
The rooms and caverns of the caves
are Irregular. Intricate. apparently
endloss In tholr eoctont. Frequently
ovor the rooms of tho chambers are
found the mouths or wolls. seemingly
bottomless. The oxplorors stooped
ovor these nnd gnxod down Into tholr
abysmal depths, but saw no bottom.
Thoy dropped stonos Into thorn andl
hoard the pebbles go clattering down
ror mnny seconds, whon they sploshed
Into tho water many feet below A
continual roar and gurglo comes up
from thcso. nnd It Is as If a great un
derground river was flowing through
tho underworld. A draft of air passcq
through the cavos. making it difficult
to keop a candle lighted, and gfvlng
assuranco of a corresponding open
ing on tho opposlto or somo other part
or tho mountain. In truth, thoso may
UO a part Of "The Great Ornirnnlln thn fnllnmlnn ,,.!.
Tho assertions made by the Rov. L.
A. Danks; D, J), jiastor of Grace M. B.
church. Now York city, regarding the
increase of drunkenness among vr&
men In New York, was listened to
with astonishment by the Methodist
clergymen In attendance on (ho Now
York conference at Poughkocpslc, Pa.
In tho course or an. address at the
Hcddlng church Dr. Banks stated as
positive fact that- Intempcranco has
Increased among society women, who J
aro members of churches.
"I have looked Into this question,"
ho said, "and some of thcso days I
Will clve somo startllnc facts. Thn
most dangerous drinking by women
woro hunting c that region. Tho en-1 'a in the better middle classes. In '
Now ork women, membora of the
churches, drink whisky cocktails In
public on Sunday. I say nothing but
whnt I can prove In, court.
"Amorlcnn civilisation is like a pic.
The top crust, or MOO,' is stooped in
champagne, while tho bottom Is sog
gy with boer. Tho middle class, until
recently, has been fairly good."
Dr. Ranks sounded a furthor note
of warning by saying: "You, breth
ren, know whon men llko Bishop Pot
ter put themsolvos forward on every
liossinie occasion on behalf of an
dnnger on. hand
eyes to what theso men say, because
It has weight."
Dr. Ranks was asked why Mothodlst
women. Baptist women, Prcsbytorlan
women, and thoao of other dcnomlna.
tlons havo tho punch bowl In their
houses, bosldo tho. lemonade bowl.
Why do prominent Mothodlst laymen
Ignoro tho llcenso systomT Ho ex
plained thnt. In his opinion, It was bo
causo tho pulpit had ceased to preach
tho gospol that a drunkard never will
ontor the kingdom of heaven.
A I nQgH-
of mil mm
A Danger Period Thrcrugh Which
Every Woman Must Pass.
Owing to modorn methoda of Hvlne;, not ono woman in a thousand
approaches this irfcctly natural changu without experiencing a train
ot vory aimoying and sometimes painful symptoms. At this tcriod a
woman indicates n tendency towards obesity or tumorous growths,
Thoso dreadful hot flashes, sending tho blood surging to tho heart
until it fceems ready to burst, and tho faint fooling that follows, some
limos with chills, as if tho heart woro going to stop forever, are only n
few of tho symptoms of a dangerous norvous troublo. The nerves aro
crying out for assistance. Tho cry should bo heeded in time. Lydlti
12. 1'liikliam's Vcgetahlo Compound was prepared to meet thfl needs
of wonum'3 system at this trying period of her life, nnd all women who
uso it pass through this trying period with comfort nnd safety.
TWO COLUHNS OF PROOF.
" Deah Jfns FiNKii.01 : I was sick
and within; seemed to do ruo any good
on Sunday you havo got ! unt'J bet'an taWntf Mrs, I'lultham'a
... ... I medicine.
ind. "ion can t closo your , .. u wn8 chango of Llfo with mi
Assessed Too Low.
There Is hardly a county In tho J
state where timber land Is assessed at
more than z per ncre. and thoro Is
hardly an ncre or this land thnt can
bo bought ror less than $10. In view
or this, tho clamor or tho valley pa
pors generally ror hlghor valuation or
timbor land Is not only oxcusable. but
laudable. Assessors will do well to
heed tho call, ror tho papers only re
fleet tho Ideas or tho communities.
Health Commissioner Lederle, of
Now York City. In aniwer to objeo
and fulling of thu womb. I had severe
pains all through my body. I had a
a terrible cough and people thought
1 had consumption.
" I took six bottles of Lj-dln 12.
rinklinm'H Vegetable Compound
and two of Blood Purifier, and two
boxes LI vcr Pills, and I am now stouter
than I have been for a long time. I
can do all my work now, thnnks to
Iydltv 12. IMnlcliiuu's Veguttiblo
" If liny ono wishes to write me, to
verify these statements, I will glndly
answer tholr letters."
Mns. Claha. Ciikzku, Jewett, 111.
"DimhMiu. Pi.nkiiaii; For seven
Tears 1 had been suffering1, was pass
In through tho Change of Life, and
toy womb had fallen; menses were io
profuso that at times I was obliged to
lie on my back for sixWRcksat a time,
could not raise my head from pillow.
IJiad been treated by several phy
sicians, but cot no relief.
" I was advised by friends to try
Iydlrt 12. lMiikhnm's Vcgctnlilo
Compound, which I did, and after
tukine It six weeks I was able to bo
around all the time and, do my house
work. I know your mcdlcino save!
my life and I cannot urnlso it enough."
Mns. LtzziR Boecai.
OtO Smith St., Mlllvlllc, NJ.
" DBAn Mns. PiNKitAM : I haw
worked hard all my life, and when U
Change of Life came I flowed verr
badly for weeks nt a time. I would
stop for a day or two, then start
again. I went to sco a doctor and
went through an examination, and
spent two hundred dollars for medi
cine nnd doctor's bills, but 1 did not
got the relief I expected.
"At that timo J saw Ljdla E.
I'luKiiniirs tcgcinmo compound
advertised nnd beiran Its ute. I lnn
found it to bo jutt what I needed.
" I wish every woman sutterlne
from female trouble would try it. 1
recommend it to all my friends."
Mus. V. Daimt, Mlllbnnk, 8.D.
"Dkau Mns. Pwkiiami I feel It
a duty I owe you and every suffering
woman in tho laud to tell of tht
wonderful refcull I have found In
using Lydlft 12. Plnklinm's Vege
table Compound nud Liver Pills.
"Passing through tho Change of
Life, some of the physicians consulted
said nothing but an operation would
savo inc. But your medicine alon
curcit me." Mns. -Maosolia jjkah.
1441 Fln.t Avenue, Kvansvillc, Jut
Cnnn FORFEITIf veiuinntrrrthlthprrlneethoricinllttrt mj IgnktutMtt
Jkflllllll otruT UttliaonUli. vblch will rirera lhlmtMulnt nnulntneH,
VUUUU X,ydla. K. Mukhaia Medlcln. Co., X-jdb, Uw,
By painent of 100O Into the coun-
tlons made to tho uso of tho word ( ty treasury. George and John Scol- Ington says: "Tho first part of
"spit" Inboard or health notices, lard, who figured In a sensational !ncl name, which corresponds to :
quuu-s ineouore noosevelt, who, aa dent In a gambling house a few weeks' John." hn ui,i "U mwiio,i rhnnt,.i
Police Commissioner. In 189C, asked ago at Sioux City, la., havo been glv-'all ono word Chentung. Tho mliM
for the chango to tho present usage en their liberty. Tho Scollards drew! part is my family name L!ang-pn
it uiv luiiuwiiisf wnrtiH' "inwinrnm rovn I'Ani nn inmn nrhan nsmkAH imh..-.aaj - i u h.j -
:" " . . tW' n tho ,s a v" word nnd th0 1,ca,th hoaTd wh0 wero bcaUnS their same, and fled The latter la plain Cheng. Mi ata
ought to uso good English" tho country when released on bail. I therefore, is Chentung Liang Clieq."
WHO WANTS A SUIT
Top Coats $14, $J5 and $16
I TOP I Kiwi
Io other clothing 8toro within a radius of 25 miles of iSalera is
equipped with its own tailor shop. It is easily seen therefore, that
tho man who huys a suit in our storo has a hettor opportunity for
securing a fit than is afforded anywhere else in this part of tho valley.
This fact, considering also that we carry tho largest stock of Men's
and Iloya Clothing in Oregon outside of Portland, makes it decidedly
to the advantage of intending purchasers to see our suits before buying
We havo Slim Suits for long waisted, long armed and long legced
men, and Stout Suits for the "bay-window" gentry and short chunky
In tho slims, thej attems arc calculated to broaden a man out, in.
stead of making him look more than ever like a bean pole, while in
tho stouts the patterns mako the short man look taller.
Our sales last year were tho largest in our history yet during tho
lirst threo months of this j ear our sales ehowed an iucrtase of t'O per
cent over tho samo period of last year. Tho reason for it? Simply
tins we have the goods, tho styles aro correct, the prices aro richt
and wo guarantee satisfaction. '
Linen Mesh Underwear
bottor still, try a suit for yourself.
For all tho year round. Coolest in summer aud warmest in win
tor and non-shrinkable, The most cleanly and sanitary under
garment known. Costs moro than wool or cotton but its worth it
Ask for pamphlet containing scientific proofs of above claims, or
Spring Suits $ i 0.00 to $25.00
For fashionable young nien
Look cool and dressy and fw
.fortablo. Other light sbw"
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE-