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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1903)
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ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. AUtiiJST 10, I90o.
WHEN TO .BOW
MmVrhrVm with regard to "when to
bow'' and "when not to bow Is pain
tullly common. It may be considered
ot little moment whether bow in giv
en or withheld, or whether a ahake ot
the hand Is given in lieu of a bow, but
in reality It carries a distinct signifi
cance whether the right or wrong thing
U don on the spur of the moment. Also
It la a two-sided question, and affects
equally the one who receives a bow
and th. one who gives it, the one who
is not bowed t and the oue who does
not bow. .
It should be understood that a bow is
a ceremonious recognition between
those but slightly acquainted, and who
do not know each other intimately
enough to speak or to shake hands
with when they meet These conven
tional bowa are quite outside of those
constantly exchanged between friends
who are unable at the moment to offer
any other kind of greeting.
Out of doors is naturally the Held for
bowing, and where It comes most prom
intently forward. When for Instance,
two women meet who have been recent
ly introduced, if bows are not exchang
when passing each other, It would be
next to impossible to do so on a sub
sequent occasion, and thus the acquain
tance comes subsequently to an end.
Again, It is equally required that bowa
should be exchanged between friends
unable to speak to each other on the
occasion" of meeting, more especially
between men and women themselves.
If a woman, does not bow to a man she
knows when he looks expectantly at
her, he considers himself cut by her,
although she has no such intention, and
was really postponing her greeting un
tilsay, she had shaken hands wiih
her host and hostess. This phase of
bowing often repeats itself, ar.d goc to
prove that the right thing should be
done at the right moment a bow given
The same equally holds good between
men and women as between women. An
Introduction at a ball or a dinner, in
deed, if made at any function or at
any time, almost obliges a woman to
recognize the acquaintance by a bow at
any future meeting. If she does not
take advantage of her privilege to ac
knowledge it in this manner, It Is tak
en to mean that she does not desire to
continue It, and, once relinquished. It
cannot be readily resumed. Oftener
than not this Is not the reason why a
woman doe snot bow to a ball room ac
quaintance; the actual one is. In most
Instances, in doubt whether she is ex
" pected to bow to him. Thus, the bow
should be forthcoming without hesita
tion. A merely bowing acquaintance is '
somewhat monotonous when people
meet frequently each day out of doors,
more particularly at seaside places.
To bow at each meeting would be out
of the question, and the received socail
law is to bow once only. A smile does
All are Black and Colored Dress
25c All Wool Dresn Goods now 21c.
Sic All Wool Dress Goods now 29c.
50c All Wool Dress Goods now 43c.
60c All Wool Dress Goods now 54c.
75c All Wool" Dress Goods now E8c.
85c All Wool Dreas Goods now 69c.
$1.00 All Wool Dress Goods now 85c.
11.25 All Wool Dress Goods now $1.05.
$1.50 All Wool Dress Goods now $1.25.
$1.75 All Wool Dress Goods now $1.43.
$2.00 All Wool Dress Goods now $1.69.
$2.25 All Wool Drees Goods now $1.78.
12.50 All Wool Dress Goods now $1.98.
One bottle good Ink, 5c.
One dozen good Lead Pencils, 7c,
One bottle Carter's Photo Library
' One package of wire Hairpins, lc.
Ladies Linen Handkerchiefs, 5c each.
Large Cube Black Toilet Pins, 8c each
Shell Hair Pins, best grade, crimped
or straight, special 8c package.
Excelsior Toilet Paper, ( oz. rol's,
special, 6 rolls for 25c.
Finger Purses, ,jun metal, with or
without chains at 59c each.
Lace Pins in Amethyst Rhinestone,
cameo, enamels and French gray
- 15c each.
Windsor" Spring Hooks and Eyes
with 1 doz. extra Invisible eyes, all
sizes, Ec card.
duty on the second occasion, and during
the remainder of the day no further
nutlet is vouchsafed or expected. ,
Under ordinary circumstance a bow
Is the received way of acknowledging an
introduction. At after meetings within
doors the bow Is often a prelude to a
slight conversation, and also concludes
H when the two separate." Again when
long and pleasant conversation follows
upon an introduction, although a bow
acknowledges the same, yet In this case
shaking hands takes the place of bow
In on departure, but this is exception
al a how Is the usual mode ot tak-
! ing leave between two newly-met ac
When slight acquaintances meet at
homes, dinner parties, etc., to fcow Is
all that is necessary, but the bow
should be made as soon as may be.
If a woman Is seated and another ar
rives, as soon as the one attacks the
notice of the other bows should be ex
changed. There are incidental occasions when
bows are given. At breakfast In a coun
try house bows are the morning' salu
tation. At dinner parties, when guests
are seated far apart they can, If In
clined to do so, bow and smile at one
another. Out driving is a frequent op
portunity for bowing.
THE GREAT WOW WOW
Hark! List to the tread! .
There- an army of men
Just from the forests
Where the workers have been.
The aim of these "choppers"
Is good to endow.
Ho! They're floating a banner;
"Tis the great Wow Wow.
There's the cream of the order
Head Banker Cooper,
"Billy" Reidt of Webfoot
Woodcraft's great whopper
There's an unbroken column
That's taken the vow
And they march In the phalanx
Of the great Wow Wow v
Like the hosts of the Caesars
They're teeming today:
All up with their axes
And courting the fray.
But Colonel is with us
Tc settle the row,
So we welcome with pleasun
The note! Wow Wow
They are with us today
From Willamette'e plains
From the wooded expanse
Of the coast mountain chains; '
They've come from the workshops,
The forests and plow,
We welcome you craftsmen
Of the great Wow Wow.
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Don't Wait For The Last Minute
Procrastination is the Thief
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M by al Dragflsts la UalM Stalst,
la bans, 10c u4 2c
EAGLES CONVENE AT NEW YORK
New York, August 11 The annual
convention of the fraternal order of
Eagle will be held at Tammany ball
th first five days of next month. It
will be attended by representatives of
lodge In every state In the Union.
On the first day general business will
lie transacted and officers elected; the
grand parade will take place on the
second day. On the third day there
will be a banquet and on the fourth and
fifth days visitors will be shown about
town. President Roosevelt, who Is an
honorary member of the Cowboy Lodge
at Cheysnne, Wyo., will be Invited to
attend the banquet.
SALESMEN APPROPRIATE GOODS
Chicago, August 18. William Kauf
man and Harry Kaufman, his nephew,
were arrested last night charged with
embezzling $2000 and with taking goods
valued at $1,700, from Isaac Leopold, a
wholesale merchant at Houston, Texas
Leopold, it Is said, engaged the men
to travel aa salesmen, giving them a
consignment of goods and money for
expenses. The Kaufmans, it is alleged
sold part of the goods, then slipped the
remainder to Chicago where they dis
posed of them to second hand dealers,
using the proceeds to buy a saloon.
You can buy here our $1.50 stiff bo
som shirts for $1.00 in all sizes.
S. DAXZIGER & CO.
AT WHICH EVERY RESIDENT OF ASTORIA AND EVERY VISITOR
CAN SAVE MONEY. IN FACT THE COST OF YOUR TRIP TO
ASTORIA CAN BE RETURNED TO YOU BY BUYING AT THIS SALE
Attend This vSale
Cots, Stools, Stoves, Cheap
Eatresses and Everything for
Sec Cur New Line G f
Bed torn Suites
Elegant Iron Beds
Handsome Tables and Chairs
Prices guaranteed the lowest
Robinson's Furniture Store
Keeps All Leading linmls of Cigars.
534, Com'l St., and 114, nth St., - Astoria, Oregon
Cor. 7th ami Astor Streets.
AUUrST EKICKSOX, YK TOK LINDIIIX K,
Carries the Best of Coctls. Nightly l'rogram for Amusement
and Be Among' The Wise Ones
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Hill Military Academy
Twenty-Fourth and Marshall Streets
A Private Boarding' and Day School
New buildings,, modem and coini-lete ; manual training, military didjlin, character build
ing. Boys successfully fitted for nil ccl logos. Principal of '.'It years' experience, in Portland. Hoys
of any age admitted at any time. Write for Cutulogue,
Kali Term. Opens Sentembet lfi.
DR. ,J. W. HILL, Prlnclpol
General lllnckainithinj?. Noat mid Cannery Wurk.
See us for High CIm Work. Slum Corner of Fif
teenth and Pii.iiu' Street, near St. Mnry'i Hospital.
HOLM BS SBIBBRT
All Kinds of Miittresst's
Made t Onlcr
Adams $ Henningsen
Furniture. Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishings.
Secondhand Goods Booght And Sold.
Wi Bny Alt Klndi of Junk.
' 40S BOND STREET. ASTORIA, OREGON.
428 BOND HT.
Wa art thoroughly pit pared (or
making tttlmatM and eiecuUng
orders for all klndi of electrical
Installing and Repairing
8upplte In Block. Wa fll tha
celebrated SHELBY LAMP. Call
up Phono 11CL
H. W. CYRUB. - Mar
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All ffooda shipped (0 our car
v Will receive special mutation.
No 53S Duaita St W. J, COOK. Mgr.
rrlONE, RED 1305
A NIc Assortment ot Fancy Crockery
We ar pleased to announce to th
ladle of Astoria and vicinity that w
are able to show aa (In a lino ot plain
and decorated erockry and glassware
a la to be found la th city. Every ar
ticle will command your keenest In
spection and la sold at prices not to be
equaled elsewhere. When you want to
buy crockery of any kind for dinner,
luncheon, fish seta, tea srfts, cutlery to
match, be sure and so our line. It will
plows you. FOARD A STOKE! CO.
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance, Commission and Shipping,
Agent Wells, Fargo and Pacific
Express Companies. Customa
75' Silk for 6Sc.
Vic Bilk fr 711.'.
$1.00 811k fur Wte.
$1.23 Hllk Cur $1.03.
$l..-.0 Hllk for $1.28.
of II SfIT DKPAHTMENT,
Th! knife hus bwn long and sharp
mid our prices have h?vn cut In half
ti soni" garment a. Come and git our
Valenciennes Lac, regular values 153
and 26c, now Gc and 10c per yard.
Torchon' Lace, regular 10c Hnd lEo
value, now 8c and Be per yard,
noyul Worcester Corsets, elegant
shaped, bins gored, straight front,
In black satteen, sizes 19 to 28, now
Ladles' 25c black hose," 2Gc values ut
LitUles Vest and Punts, long and short
sleeves, 25c value, 19c each.
' Standard 16c Percale, 6c yard.
10c Plmllles, 7c yard.
VI 1- Dimities, 9c yard.
15c Dimities, 11c yard.
Sc O Ingham, ( l-2c yard.
10c, Ginghams, 8c yard,
12 l-2c Cambric, 9c. '
Double width sheeting, 20c yard.
Turkish Bath Towels, regular 85c val
ues, now 25c,