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DAILY OAPlTAIi JOURNAL, BALEM, OREGON SATCim.lY, Jl'IA 27, 1007.
3 nkes ti ok Bjch- Y0RK " FASHION i j-ii in in ti mn I i in ! i . No need to ask if you wnnt your hair i t0 l00j ric nea"ny and luxuriant. II B We know vou do! Aver's Hair Vieor. M" lvinntirl fArmnln mill nlttit l 1hp 1ICW IIIUIUTWU IViiUUIUl Will LltU It, US that appearance. An ideal hair dress- j Inc. Ask vour doctor about it. ell. MC" We publLh Mm formulae of all out prepirotloaa s. r Lowel LETTER .1. been steadily gaining in popular I favor is apparent. Cream nets, verg ing on tan shades, are greatly favor ed. These tints blend admirably -with the brown and tan tones in suit fabrics. The new lingerie waists are also bewitching. Tho now silk blouses express de- 'cided novelty in every line. The I' inncy uuuu 10 mu mum iiuuiiuu tsir AhAIlt Wliat Gotham IS Wear tur of these, and ono of which we Ing This Summer iRnd fancy front lsl0XCCCdlngly ufabe. J coming to most women. Did we but f i know it, few of us have pretty backs, Catherine Mann-Pnyzant.; nnd fop thg renson wq Bhou,d try t0 v.ic .Tiilv 27. Blouses are ... nnv nfTrn ,, 1 unpa mfhor fa la mode this year ns last. )tjmn roveal them with a plain back iire becoming moro fragilo ana ( waist, tiio oocuce wmcn mouses all tho while, and tnoso in ever so Biiguuy ovur me iou uj. . nnd Irish lace, or In net or high girdle is extremely becoming, Lre most lovely. For tho lat- especially to the woman who Is very A those of point d'esprlt, me long-wnisteu. in sucn a waist muru Hon is of tulle. As has been muBt bo a well-boned, tlght-IUting '.. w n lone time, tho laces. lining to properly confine the llguro lie " " ' .. ... .. , . . r mnnv mos hos. On n benentn tno outer uiouso ana kij I ii.. m rpp filet and Irish the back from riding up and produc- I .... . ..ni, nt Point d'Venice. Inc a round-shoulder effect. Fereat deal of tho coarser Irish j Tho modish Jumper blouse is here employed at present, momm 10 amy uwuhu, "'(." w.v .... Fused on tho bebo pieces. For blouses, made in Jumper style, to bo Jackets and blouses of lace, worn with dainty cncmiseties ami tt.. MM nnd fine are seen. with or without cuffs, Bhow a con- lore are Bovernl distinct novelties trasting note in dark toned silk B(ed this summer in white brnldlngs. The ono that coum uo 3, but most of these models used as an examplo was or wuc tnne d'alnty touches of handwork, tr of a light shade, mndo in slmplo serve to give tho blouBe its shirtwaist style with deep tucks on Hon. For wear Witii tniioreu encu biuo 01 ino cuuiwjiuhi, i- . imnio little dalntv wnistB back also was tucked and matcnou to fasten from tho front and the seams on tho BhoulderB to tho ilentv of fulness, achieved by front tuckB. Tho waist fastened in ;e of flno hand run tucks to doublo-broaBtcd Btylo In front and depth, aro very smart when tho nock was cut out to aamit 01 a with one of tho dotaclmblo dainty chemisette ana eugeu nuout riiia with black pull braid and n piping m. nt im tOnitirod frill down of black and white Bilk cut on tho ont was seen on several of tho bins nnd rolled over a feather-bono : mn,i0iB nn,i PRnopiniiv charm- cord. Tho Bleovos nro full and trim- ro those which havo tho edges mod with cuffs to match the front of frills scalloped by hand In flno tho blouse. smoKeu peari uuuoiia CQtton In color. Ono blouse of tho sizo of five cent pieces arc Bet in iort was of flno Fronch lawn, groups of two on tno Draining 01 edges scalloped nnd polka- tho blouso, and ukowiso on mo cuuh. in blue cotton. Whito om-1 Tho voguo for polka dots Is re- :red in black or in pink, palo sponalblo for somo of tho most , brown or lavender nro nil charming separate waiBis wu nuc ly attractive. this Bcason. Soft, sheer BllkB, chlf- oppojttion which tho dressy fonB, moussellnoB and ovon lawns in tewalitand tho lingerie blouso dark colors, blue, brown and black, Ith early In tho season by rea- nro seon with a satin stripe over- ,f ho tn,n nt thn tnllhro.1 dotted Wltll a BPOt Ot WnUO. 1 UUau raljt has been a strong incen-(materials are UBed in somo of the nr thn HlnAfo linfl, hnrn nml nrflttlCSt drCSSV BOparatO WaiStS id Jo nut forth thnip best offortfl mounted over thin Bilk linings and d giving us styles so dlBtlno- trimmed simply with bits of lace. hat even tho most ardent ad- A pretty blouse was 01 tvh -s of tho smart tailored novel- .batisto plnldcd with flno HneB of 'ould not fall to nnnreciato. In blue running diagonally to enca Proper place and at tho propor other. Tho upper part was tucked I ..... . ' .... . ...!. (nm elimilllnp tO tne tailored waist is tue most wmi huituw nv;n .w... -- 'Iirlate garment ono could pos- shoulder, the tucks extending to tho adopt; but the dressy tailor- ,bust lino, over tneso uuu uv u..-rnn-n n-tiiM. iD ir.t-n,i nnnn nfl cato insertion were applied in a very noitnodlih afternoon costume, artistic style and tho matorlal then tho addition of a blouso in cut away undernenin, malting a uu- hi, i.. .i i . 'nn lnrn nffflrt. Tho blouse instenea e lingerie waist, which held such in tho bnck and tho neck is flnisheJ last year, has been forced to with a stock composed 01 i,o way In no small measuro to of Insertion edged with a frll or et and lace blouBe, which Intro- narrow lace. The sleeves aro short 1 itself into fashion's realm with and full and the cuffs also aro Hn rked degree of success early In ised with lace. ast winter. That they have Next to tho blouso and the plain shirtwaists comes tho Bhlrtwalst suit, which while not so popular as the Jumpers are becoming well liked by somo smart dressors. They aro very serviceable for morning wear and If mndo in a dressy manner may bo worn later In , tho day. A pretty shirtwaist costume was developed from a plaid mercerized taffeta In browns with n suggestion of green e than tho shirtwaist BUlta. Somo of the trlggest afternoon frocks nro of this dotted or coinspotted silk made with low necks and big Blcevolcsj armholes or with kimono sleeves to be worn over lace gulmpes. Velvet ribbon seems to bo a nnturnl acces sory to such foulard frocks. For surinc wear as nulmno or un- derblouse. odd lencths of crepo do chine, lnco and chiffon will all bo pressed into service. Nowadays wo can mix many laces into ono blouse. A longth of piece-lnce of Valoncien nos design inserted with heavy guip ure and lined with washing chiffon or China silk, mawes a smart domi- toiletto blouso, and Is useful on many occasions for evening or afternoon wear. Sleeves aro gotting bigger. In soft ninterials wo see blggor puffs, cut open to let in insertions of ombroid ory or frills of lace and motifs. Dig tranparent puffs of lnco are intro duced Into tho deml-toilottes for evening. ' Today the gown to be correct must have the right sort of sleeve, nnd this season all anyone need do to make Inst year's frocks realy wenrable is to have tho sleeves dono over, it is possible to have slashings nnd let-in pieces that will mako what wore quite tight slooves tho proper shapa. Tho yoke and its flnlBhlngs nro so important a part of tho bodlco thlr. summer that in some cases it takes up tho entlro front of tho waist. Tho yoko In many of the smartest waists rcachcB from Bhouldor to shoulder and tho bertha finish, of whatovor kind it may bo, droops over tho tops of tho sleeves which aro nino times out of ton of lnco or of lingerie composing tho yoke. Tho glrdlo often Is of satin, oven with these lingorlo walsto. Tho rufllo waist aloevo is going to be ono of tho prettiest features of tho dressy summer gowns. Ono of Its kind has tho big armholo, outlined with nn embroidered band, rimming It. Tho bodlco with, its surpllco front, big armholo nnd laco sleeves and chomisotto, is a typo of many of tho smnrtcst afternoon frockB now be ing turned out. Tho thin cottons nnd silks lend thomsolves well to tho stylo, and bo do thin wools. The lovely trimmings which ono can mako up with galloon nnd braid for gar nishments similar to those aoen on the imported gowns nro worth ono's whllo In tlrao nnd money. Bands to trim bodlcos nnd skirts aro made of silk and covered with figured laco and edged with soutneho. In nlmoat every caso palo bluo or 'dull greon soutache woro In ovldonco. Aftcrnon frocks In opnlcscont taf fetas seem likely to play an impor tant pnrt in tho coming season, tho taffetas, of course, being of tho sofost nnd most supplo vnrloty, shot some times with aB many ns threo vory dol Icato and fugltlvo shndes of color. Somo of those frockB aro nrrangod on tho threo-pioco prlnclplo nnd nro rondo in plnnfort style. CtEAicn LEAVE BEHIND THEM GOOD IMPRESSIONS, YOU WILL NOT DISPUTE THE PACTS CONCERN ING THE SUPERIORITTt' OP EP PLEY'S PERFECTION RAKING POWDER OVER OTHER BRANDS. ONCE YOU BECOME INTMLVTELY ACQUAINTED WITH IT'S MERITS. IT IS HARDLY NECCESSARY TO INUMERATE THE POINTS OP AD VANTAGE OP EPPLEY'S PERFEC TION BAKING POWDER. IN THE PIRST PLACE IT IS NOT PUT UP IN THE ODRINARY TIN BOXES, BUT IS PUT UP IN EVERLASTING MASON JARS. WHY NOT TRY EP LEY'8 PERFECTION BAKING POWDER TODAY, AND PACTS WILL SPEAK POR THEMSELVES. STEER THIS WAY tit iMMaiHMf I It lllf lmll ! !! CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT folt4lllllHNr4tlltmlllltlliy ro 8A3UB t Foresters of America Court Shvr- wood Foresters, No. 19. Moets Tuesday in Hurst hall, Stato etroel Loo Abbio, 0. It.; A. L. Brown, P. S. Por Salt Fancy birds, also cannrios, at 1058 Marlon street. Phono 341 7-25-3t For Salt Fifty Homor pigeons. En nuiro of Harry Moyor, 12G, foot of State street. 7-25-3t For Snle Two Hambletonian maro coltB now ready to wean. Sired by "Blncksmlth." C. P. Homyor, Routo No. 2, four miles weqt of bridgo on Popcorn road. 7-23-lw Timber for Sale Thirty acres of socond-growth fir; somo old fir, and somo big onk; 2500 to 3000 cords of wood on place. Two and half mllca from Salem. W. M. Schutt, Salem, Routo 2. 7-20-2wk What Do They Cure! abovo question Is of ton asked con tog l)T "vo's two leudlnir medl- i, "Gih Medical Discovery" and W. i r rtion e M, r i that "Golden MmUc&I pvr n 1 a most potent altoratlvo or f-purlCr. ai l tonle nr Invluorntnt "Bets ( . - iv favnrnlilv In n. curii. Y&Jl.r A I 1ia mtLALa tintnn ... -j i w vuu lumuua intuits sur .as of th nasal Das&oKes. throat. n.ai t s, stomach, boweU and nmi nlnk. The klrt was cut In 1 U IJ1LU III I "! I L 111 I'llLliri ' --- ------ - "- i,crujod nr' ifj .tts caiatrusi x"isllT' Isoasc atfects tbi at, larynx, bron- ayspopsia uiaauer. Bevon gores arid pleated in front to form a panel. Tho Bhlrtwalst was cut with a V and a vest and three tucks evtending from tho shoulders Icavo. 1 PM kite I P i a u Or 0 T Uiflvfc nri?rrr?-i F.von In i- . r .- -,0,.w. Auiia "inr t r m.-firot.i.n i.t.iiij nf ttwvi . ...... . '. ,mtn c.,cces(u) in atfect ,hoth bnck and front wltn taireta ueu . finished with a green ennmei uuckio, ''-' ' 'Hiii iy nuvs".: i i.ij .1.. i .iSlirisUi--tll(VSi .COIIipiOlWU Wie tuaiui. The sleeves ro f f -r v-jTrr.-gTnuiTlts a"n woro largo puffs In elbow length, UiSESISilLr1 i,nn,iA,T, f ti,. hnttnn with twn bands i - r ie. For weak worn j of the taffeta. 'i "t ' WwBVgSS I Thore Is perhaps no fabric so good a "wij i bo found root ellectlva for a Bhlrtwalst suit as the shower- ? prt lif. a.mh.i. ...!.. .i..-. are bo dressy in conservative In .. .. , uo luuuu must, cucciiva lor a Binriwuisi bui i"-n' PaSSS1 ipr00f fOU,ard8' that or ngir4; abo,.t a hoalthy, vigorous .themselves, yet so 'it 4ut xti. vr...l system. L-1 . ... Pb- ,i , '.:, :'1'.'lV.8.ie"'.v u...i. colors and natterns that they may be . 'i;a nrupaeacu uomr i "".i.!.T i.f Imtli rroulloinna onil iiisnrl hofh mnrnlnir nnn afternoon V-. t S. i ,fi a if an. I nan, mut. i ..... . . ii Dg U, Ql.t ihv u. :.s Qt t e w r al :e'SL c re ' -U ra- . 'rxik. i - r.s of eminent ined: wlth th. icavine oft or nuttinc on of mi work's are consulted " " , tKc schools of practice certain accessories of dress, A very uuoeLVedlcin l8raart one made w,th a clVCJXttT Eklft . r. h bestowed on th , in brown nnd white tucked lawn, or v"ShBW8SSSSSS ,one of th0 B,,k-cou,d l,!.use,d' whl,e i'ian any amount, ot i -ua uncruuuu uud w mu . n..- T mOnlalS. h.paUft ..nn rn. Ann nnn vnlla an fnoh. . for the guidance of i n and know whereof IOLdrW... ,,.. cL r. r u0 "on-Biconoiic, non- Fin8r r.rn,.,r.jl,,.i"-J.'. W&& SmtSTYSS can't tnotrom. """" wfwu. WSar&Bra worn. Tho fine cotton voile so fash ionable Just now makes very pretty suits that would be especially wel como now that the hot days have ar rived In earnest. Many of these voiles aro mercerized and made after tho manner of the patterns of the more expensive materials. The fouj- ard take very kindly to the Japa '"e m cttdTTii2iT2r 3 t2 ee style of the seasoa If one wUfces OREGON STATE BANK Jefferson, Oregon Capital $25,000 Best facilities known to reliable banking offered patrons. Jefferson is a good town, nas good stores, good mills, a good bank, and good people. Come and see us. Oregon State Bank J. A. AUPPERLE, President M. J. CAMPBELL, Cashier m. JftlKn i v ikH J. M. LAWRENCE Frerl Baker, Lawnwe A JUker. RliaUe Grocf,Attn Otj Stnmd For Sale or Rent Attontion nursery men and farmers, 320 acres, all In cultivation, doop soil, flno improve menta, convenient to rail nnd nav igation. ThlB farm is ospeclally adapted for riursory busineaa. In qulro of owner, George O'Brien, 430 North Capital Btreot, Salem, Oregon. 7-20-tf. For Sale Two Bingle top bugsios, In first-class condition. One rub bor tired. Apply to C. W. Yannke, FaDhlon stables. Tolophono 44. 7-18-tf HlRhlana Store. Wo handlo a full lino of groceries and fresh moats and havo lately put in a supply of tinware. Call and loavo order or phono 496, and try us for prompt dollvory. W. D. Wheeler. 7-lC-lm Central Lodge No. 18, K. ofer. Castle Hall in Holman block, cor nor Stato and Ltborty streets. Tuesday of each weak at 7:30 p. m. Oscar Johnson, O. C; B. II. Andorpon, K. of R. and S. for your Boof, Pork, Lamb, Mutton and Veal and you will got tho flnost Meat ever killed. Tho testy, Juioy, appetizing kind that makes you want moro after tho first holplng. Only tho best fod oattlo aro ever killed for our U-ado, and our cus tomers may always rely upon the very boot quality of moat, cleanly aid proporly droa-sed, and In ovory way fit for tho boat tables. o F. A. Kurtz Phone 205 277 N. Com. St. Send the Family Washing To Us and you'll never bother with havlni It done at home again. Time wax when every family could not afford to aend the washing to a laundry, but tlmos have changed ao, too, hare the methods and prices. Today you can better afford to send the family washing here than not to Ask about our prices on family wash ing, rough dry, or finished. The Salem Steam Laundry Phone art. 180-160 R. Liberty fH. For Sale Now and second-hand fur- ture, also good two-soatcd hack, tonta and camping outfits. Wo nro money-savors for our custom ers. Conrad DUlraan. 0-20-lm For Sal5 Old papers, 10 conta per hundred. Inquire Journal office. FOR BJSNT For Kent Sovon-room house, hot and cold water, electric light, bath room. Inquire of Aug. Sohrelb er, 5G0 North High street. 3-3G-U M1SCKLLANHOUS. Voget Lumber nnd Fuel Co. Lum ber .shingle, building material, wood and con!. Low rioe and prompt deliveries, One block oat of 8. P. paaeoogtr depot Phone 198. 7-2-tf Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 5240. Meet ovory Thursday ovonlng at S o'clock In Holman hall. W. W. Hill, V. C; P. A. Tumor, Clerk. Woodmen of World Moot ovory Fri day night nt 7:30, In Holman hall. J. A. Dickey, O. S.; P. L. Frailer, Clerk, Llncolu Annuity Union. Sick, aocU dent and pension insurance; 2, 000,000 plodged; ovory claim paid Good agents wanted. J. H. O. Montgomery, auprome organiser. Box 432 Balom, Oregon. R. It Ryan, Bocrcctnry, 646 Stato Btreet. MUSICAL. Arthur Von Jcescn Toacaor of pi ano; touch, technlch, interpreta tion. Thorough preparatory course Advanced students prepared for public appearance Residence 668 Centor St. Tel. Main G20. ' 2-28-tf. 8A1S AND DOOR FAOTOKXM. rank m "'i '""""" THE BEST ROAST THE FAMILY EVER HAD Can bo obtained from our primo tender and Juicy hoof, mutton or pork. All our meats aro selected from the choicest, and preparod for tho table to suit tho demand of tho fastidious. Our prices are lower for quality than you can find at any place in Salem, E. C. C II O S S, Phone 201. 870 Stato St, Salem Fence Wire Headquarters for Wovea Wire Peuciag. Netting, Pickets, Gates, Shingles, P & B, Ready Roofing, Screen Doors and Adjustable Window Screens All at lowest price. Walter Morley 250 Gxjrt St Salem, Ore CHICHM'SPILLS I JUIHrlAtlb(it Sty. fh U.M., aU Mh Jiw KIM. T m fc . Jhur VI t-ma.lif AikfuSBAM U" Atkiat MKAN riUXfcii ymnkmwuHt.Html.Mntllti Piaao Tuner L. L. Woods, piano el pert tuning, repairing and polish ing. Leave orders at Geo. G Wills' music store, Salem. 2- 9-lyr Concrete Work. Get my prices oa sidewalks, curbs, septic tanks and cement work of any kind. All work guaranteed flrBt-class. M Ward, Highland add. Phone 669 6-11-tf irown. Manufacturer sash, dttors, mouldings. All klade ei house nnish and hard wood we, Froat etreet, bet. State and Oosri Mnkfl all romnlnlnt nt tbi nRo WANTKD. Wanted To borrow $1000 on th best of real estate security. Ap ply to "J. P.," caro Journal offloe, 4-20-tfJ Highest Canh Prico Paid for chloa ens at Willnmotte Hotel. 4-19-tt IX)ST. Lost In front of enr barn, n watch charm with threo seta, Finder, plenso leavo at Journal ofll'co. 7-20-3t., Loat A black cocker cpanlol dog, named "Major," largor than the average Short tail nnd whito spot on bronst. Rownrd for return to. 337 Court street. Phono 1207, Dj H. Moshor. 7-2G-3t Uutte A Weoderoth Fine winee, liquor and cigars. We handle the celebrated Kellogg and CastU whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly on drough. South Commercial street 9-8-lyr Salem Iron Worka. Founders, saa chlnlsts and blacksmiths. Manu facturers of all kinds of Hawmlll machinory. Hop and fruit drying stovea, etc. Manufacturers of tat Balem Iron Works Hop Press. Salem Box A Lumber Oo. Removed from South Salem to 14th street, near the 8, P. depot. Boxes, Berry Crates, Fruit Trays and Perfection Fruit Evaporators. Phone 201. Enlarge Our moat market on East State stroot has been doubled in size and we aro bettor prepared than over to servo customers. Prompt service and the beat of meats our motto, Call or phone 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop We Are Oaah Pnrcluarfl Of poul try, eggs, and all kinds of farm produce. Borry .crates made up in unlimited quantities. Capital Commission Co., 267 South Com mercial street, Salem. Phone Male 179. FLDIOUBXS. Theo. M. Barr PluraDiag, not watei and steam heating and UbbIbi 164 Commercial street. Fhoai Main 192. 9-1-ly 1L J. Fetaet Plumblag, fleam am4 gas fUtiag. Saeeeeeer to Kaex $ Uarpar, 226 Cesuaerelal street Pkea Mala 17, SALEM WATER COMPANY orrxm oar hail. Vt waW eerrlee 6ftr at eee DRAiTvn5N. Cummins Broa,' Tranafcr Company All kinds of transfer work done. Furnlturo and pianos boxed ready for shipment. Prompt sorvice la our motto, Stand nnd office at 253 South Commercial street. Phono 210. Rvsldence Phono 968. O C T. Co. -STEAMERS POMONA AND OREGONA LEAVJfl FOR PORTLAND DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY AT 0 A. M. P. M BALDWIN, Agt. don't Lirr Tnis happen Put theso good resolutlotid that you mado on January 1st into effect nt onco by replacing your old plumb ing with the newoet Ideas In sanltnry open plumbing, and you will bo rid of tho annoyanco of leaking plpoa and flooded floors, as woll as doctor's bills. We will furnish ootimatea lor plumbing, gaa fitting and satisfaction is guaranteed bb to workmanship and charges. v A. L. FRASER yra 0ta44i 84vt rkeailM. 88 uk.usrwjtoMk - t0 uh thm for saor lahorat dre- swwmwnvmmtM. payaUe WMUUy to tiiiTiirliaii,iri,i,in,r-,i-ir- jiff fiaftii'n;i