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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View This Issue
illE MORNING ASTOR1AN. KRlliA, NOVEMMU lO, im.
Headquarter for Dry Komi on the Lower ColiimHn
MISS MoRK A Corner Tenth and
CULLISON & CO.
Wheat and Stock Brokers
imbfpt uufc in ew Yoik Stock Exchange
At lvihnvil prift. Five nttractivo n-ni-binatioi
s ami ion stylos heavy curly
vlotli for coats or ;oif cavs.
i 14-21 5 Chamber of Commerce,
$.2.00 ami S2.50 values
for St IS yard
ASTOKIA NATIVE DAUGHTERS.
Cabin Orriid Here Wwterday with
Thirty Charter Xhmiber.
The officers of the Grand Encamp
ment, Native Daughter of Orvgaa,
cam flown yfsterday to assist In the
orranliatlon of a cabin here. Thirty
prominent AMOria '.adtes nx them,
and Nancy Welch cabin. No. 6, of As
toria, vu Instituted.
. The following pracera of the new
rgantatkwi were elected: Pasi
president, Mrs, Olivia R. Welch; presi
dent. Mr. C. W. Pulton: flr vice
president, Mi Belle Trulltnger; sec
ond vice president, Miss Sarah F.
Wood; third vice president. Mrs. W. I
Robb; treasurer, Mrs. Georgw Nolan;
recording secretary. Mrs. W. F. Chut
ter; financial secretary, Mrs. G. C. Ful
ton; marshal, Mrs. H. F. Trael; inside
endue!. Mm. John N. Griffin; outside
entinel Mrs. W. Hetlch; trut, Mrs.
C. P. Upshur, Mm. A. M. Smith and
Mrs. B. S. Woreley.
T The visiting grand officers were:
Mrs. Robert Miller, grand president;
Mr. Daniel Stewl. past grand: Mrs. W.
D. Palmer, first vie president; Mrs.
Edith Weathered, secretary; Mrs. Dr.
J. A. White, treasurer; Mrs.. Maude
Pope Allyn, trustee,, and Mrs. A. J.
Hodgklns, Mrs. L. J. Miller and Mrs.
Pearl Snow of the Portland cabin.
The new order is growing rapidly
throughout the state, and the Astoria
cabin starts Its career with brilliant
prospects. It takes for Its designation
the name of the first white woman who
settled In Astoria, Mrs. Nancy Welch,
who arrived here in 1841
WHERE HE PUTS IT.
What the Astoria Toung Man Does
with the Money He Gets.
What does the Astoria young man do
with bis money? How much does he
gvt, how much dixis he fifKMid nml how
much does he save?
The average monthly Income cf a
young man here who has steady em
ployment is probably somewhere be
tween JoO and ITS. He has this much
to spend for his necessities and his
Unless he Is living at home, his first
and chief Item of expense Is his "bonro
and room" bill. If this Is less than
tiO a month he is fortunate. If he
hasn't Coxey army Instincts his laurf.
dry bill Is the next consideration. Tlu
might bo counted at 11 a month. Un
less he has tils own nuotv and and s
bath tub Is Included with his room, hi
monthly barber bill will be 2.W.
In the matter of dress there is much
variation, but the average coot per
month during the year for the average
young man is safely 17.50. Thus
there is an imperative outlay of t"2
every month. With toilet articles and
other incidentals that might be includ
ed In the necessary column, such as
writing material, stamps, ete., the
average young man In Astoria can
count on $35 of wages or salary going
lo appease the ever-open Jaws of ne
He might save the balance, but he
doeBr.'t. The average young man
smokes. Two dollars a month Is a low
estimate for this luxury. It Is to be
feared that he helps swell the govern
ment receipts from Its tax on liquors
and beer. He doesn't drink heavily,
but he treats occasionally. Three dol
lars a month can be counted off for bar
Smoking and drinking have costly ac
companiments In the form of "nickel
In the slot" machines. The average
young man ts tempted by this mild
"luck testing," and the machines are
not operated as a form of philanthropy.
A dollar and a half more comes out of
A dollar a month for church contrib
utions might be deducted by one who
doesn't know. Magazines will draw 50 1
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY
J. W. 1UU. St. D, rrlselpsJ.
Cfcrtstauu Un Opmuu lt. IS, IsM.
4, Buv4lnc tn4 Par SohooL Utter i I nil
kUMMHOl 1M itta.
iW oalaloaua or MfonniUaa i&tm tk
tttnelpaj. J. W. HUM U. IX. t. U. 4nwt
It. PortUtA Or.
PrtmuT, Prtgwtorr u Aeadamlt Par-
W. B. .Edwards
Every variety of Kotiuh unJ
DrvnsvU Lumber, thiol-,
Windows, .Moulding unJ
W'nn ('"'" SlaMUrk. Fir,
VV JJU lUinUAk.Al.ler.l'oloOak
Office Seventh Street Dock
Nut m. Nut Htitter,
K H ere nl.
eortU from the diminishing pile. The
heater-going Is of little Importance,
bu. "four hits'' can b thus accounted'
1 for. The averntre young nuin is not .
; much of a candy eater, but in sweets
iiml fruits at lea.il 50 cents melts
Then each one has his special weak
nvs.'s music or clubs or fraternal or
ganlxation. These Involve an outlay.
The cash pile sinks lower and lower.
The luxuries mentioned and the iwcv
sities will leave lt'.tle out of $j0. The
balance. If he gets more thnn i0, pi'r
hnpj he saves and perhaps he doesn't.
The following rvm by Richard Bur
ton appeared In the Atlantic Monthly
recently. Mr. Burton was an early
"chum" of Dr. Wni. Seymour Short,
rector of Grace church. The beauty of)
the expression In thtty. verses accords
with the tender sentiment.
From their foldvd mates they wander
Their ways seem harsh and wild;
They follow the beck of a baleful star,
Their paths are dream-beguiled.
A Hrst-cloM ptacs at moderate prices
lioonis for laities ami privwle parties
Open nil Night...
10H fourth St.. near Washington
! tint nose, lleiiltli Cracker,
! Nut Honst,
Are a few of the Health Fooda sol J by
HEALTH FOOD Co. Portland. Or
PHONE HLACK 1835.
Yet haply they sought but a wider
Some loftier mountain slope.
And they little recked of the country
Beyond the gates of hope.
And haply a bell with a luring call
Summoned their fet-t to tread
Midst the cruel rocks, where the deep
And the lurking snae are spread.
Maybe, in spite of their tameless days
Of outcast liberty.
They're sick at heart for the homely
Where their gathered brothers be.
And oft at night, when the plains fall
And the hills loom large and dim.
For th Shepherd's voice they mutely
And their souls go out to him.
Meanwhile, "Black sheep! black
sheep!" we cry.
..,,. 11. . mil. . -1
And maybe they hear, and wonAr why,
Ana Iiiarvri, uui in nv uuiu.
Posing a Specialty.
DInlnq-room ami Kcstourant
J. X.U Wanner, lrip.
rrlviti Ditisg-ronms for Lidie
Ncals 15c I'p Opts til Siqht.
.170 THIRD STKrtT.
...Btt. Hnrrisns ti4 Tsenkill
At prices within the
reach of all. Call
and examine the new
N. W. Comer
Seventh anil Washington
414 Yamhill ft, Portland, Oregon.
MRS. ROSS. 183 lltb Street.
itMBHMiiiiuiiiiiii 1 mill 111 nil 'i 11 1'juaagBJ
ShorthanJ, T) pewritinn,
prevents lUi adva1 1 it of many yoiniK people wl 0 imurii nil othsr elcmtnti
iKcrmi -ry to ..tcceed. The remedy lln in their own hnid rniirsly.
44 It is Never too Late to Learn."
We sdmlt student of all for a full conrne or ior a l' brunclirs onj,
We t.'si'h Smelting, tlrtmiinKr. Aritlnnctii , l'eiiitmiithip, l.etU r Wiitln C'omnift
ciul l.i llookkei pinjj, Ollice Work, S'.iortliiiml, T 'cxi iti"j:, IIu-miiis l'oiitis,
Msuifoldiiig, Htc. ijr"Aruitr()n(t's Cotntiiiird Theory suit I'isctice of llouk
krepiiiK" nukes tlmt bunch riuy, luvr.tintr, It will y. Call, or writs.
Portland Business College
Fifth and Yamhill SU. A. P. Armstrong. Prln.
Open all ths year. Student may enter at any time. l)usinri, Shorthand
and English dcrgrtmcntv I'tivate or clasa Inst ruction. Calalogue fret.
Plurt? Pudding, Raisins,
KIaiii Fsaeli ml
Win llCdlldllU Mlnoe Meat. Currants.
8- SCaSOnalllC GOOdS PumPkin Cranberries
Citron Squash Etc.
I Carry the Ralston Health foods
Wheat Flakes, Crano,
Whole Wheat Crackers,
Breakfast Food, Select
Brar?, Yeast Cocoa, KoMy
C. A. WHALE,
Wholesale ami retail deslcr in
Kranich and Ilacb,
and many otheni.
Schulla and Co.
Miller, Ann Arbor
llentlcy and others
,,2V.V,eVs"e,,,, poriiand Oregon.
Instruments Sold on Easy Terms.
M. :. MATTIIIE1.L. Munitner. Head ollli-e Wl Hutts Hi. fsli-m. tre.
Plays any Piano.
Can Play It.
r -1 r-i 1 I
Wherever there is a
Piano there should
be a Pianola.
We'll Show You The
Monday, Nov. 20, 99
Continue One Week.
Composer and Pianist
. PIANOLA .
"Any one hitldon in a room near by who will hoar tlio Pianola for tlio
first time will surely think that it is a great virtuoHo that plays; hut after a
while ho will perceive. his error, because your instrument never plays false
notes." MAURICE MOSZKOWSKlT"
Pianola, in Connection with Grand Piano, Price, $20.
M. B. WELLS, Sole Agent for Oregon.
Representing The Aeolian Co., (
Portland Wareroom,3J5 HorrUoo 5t., Marquam Btd'f.
New York, 18 West 23rd SL Ixtudon, 226 Regent St.
Pari 32 Avanna H'T.'DnAFii
. The Largest Manufacturers of Musical Instruments in the World. f FftCtorIe, ,t iUrUhn Worcc.tfri MaM.( Dctrolt Mioli