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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1905)
THE MORNING ASTORIA ASTORIA, OREGOA.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1909.
APPEARING OLD i
Ati M a Bar to Profitable Emptor-
. To cannot afford to trow old.
In tfeeaa daya of strenuous, competition
Jt la necessary to maintain, as lo"? as
jx ?ib! on9 yputhful appearance.
It la lmposalbls to do this without re
taining a luxurious growth of hair.
The presence of Dandruff Indicate th
presence of a burrowing germ which
Uvea and thrives on the roots of tha
fealr untS It cause total toaldness.
Newbro's Herplclde to the only known
Vstroyer of this pest, and It 1s as effec
tive as It is delightful to use
Herplclde makes an elegant hair dress
ing as well as Dandruff cur.
, Accept n substitute there Is none,
1 Sold by leading drugtrlsta Send lOe. In
stamp for sampl to Tha Herplclde Co.,
Eagle Drug Store. 351-353 Bond St,
Owl Drug Store, 54 Com. St, T. P.
Xarn, Prop, "Special Agent"
THE WATER WE EAT.
The Tired Traveler
la ever happy to find & comfortable
stopping place. THiers to put up Is the
prevalent question after a long Jour
ney. Tou can solve the problem to
Astoria by going to the
Whose genial host 2Ir. T. J. Broem
er, is an experienced hotel man and
who on April 1 took charge of this
popular hostelry anl has Inaugurated
a new feature to the house by opening
the dining room In connection with the
notl and is now able to give his pat
rons boa&J and lodgings, the best in
Astoria, for 11 and J1.25 per day. Sat
Rooms at 25, 60. 75 and $1. Five
Iross to and from the hotel.
to aaaafeai Vi
la lata euoator. Through
aarmlam nradiM .
aasswa tlM MCim at mvmr ua J1I-H..M.
, wh!e b nmMht a-a i atafc
evaaaaea. BcaarmntMioewMart, aaa.
huui Ill II l.l mmmmm
Hiairtt, ttrar, ldDy, mta.; cm ammi
asrrnadahi cWg anhna, Call
as him. raataua oat 1 la aftr wrtas
law majkm. AVUtL&m
The C Get Wo Gttoct EeSdae Gb j
rXaaOea aaa ,
mm taat arafraw
a aaa. B cane,
toaaartia, rwou. bod.
Zir. - I
tt aaa al
These tiny Capsules ire superior '.
10 Daiwn or copaiDa,-i
Cubebs or Injections andTrmuV
CURE IN 48 H0URSP"Ji
the same diseases with
old bv all Druvristt.
Regular Line of Steamers from
San Francisco to Astoria fe
The First-Class Steel Steamer
R E DON DO
makes regular trips between San
Francisco and Astoria and Portland,
sailing from each end about every two
Has excellent passenger accommo
dations, both cabin and steerage
For freight or passage apply to
TAYLOR YOUNG & CO.,
General Agents, Portland.
S. Elmore (Q. Co.
r to the owners Swayne & Hoyt
Anxererfnir the Critics.
Some mi-mbm of ih emjpvgatlon
ut the lute Dr. Jo.st'jiu Ilrown of CIua
K3W objected to his rrenioiit absence
frori 1i'i:jk tind -oin'il:iiiifl of it-.souio
of theru to hijii personally an;l more of
tLctn behind hi hack. Wlicn he thought
In.- had Loan! i-uouffh of ;t. Li- uddn-.-s.
cm! hU coliKi'c;
iTT;.l. ... ..
i an r:';,raru id ooji-ctiuu c jiiceriiu
in) u.Sfiicf, i nave lu any. ara, v,-;:cn
I am nut of t!n r''.;!;iit I y:n nsca!!;.- in
oijiir uKy paipir. v. noil vou
Crnfi'a ?9rrl tinc'-r. r,-J. 110t ln own r"'w. "re you In
S Clliklp W&& W I? Second: wh-r,
F A !.!E.5. f W X".. out of your
tfe -1 of tb ili4S.ieri.il.! Iii.4; I I'fV. U .TOU Iillt )li:c Otllcr
SoM by Chaa.
niuaKjn. ,?io euro no r7
Car4 qalckir L(S Krua
5"-'7 W'e wcr.t wes ot
.unorrUo tnJ liiMt,
an mi,: i- rif bolor( miiiid.
in?. Abulalcljr hantUma
V'M iT d.-CjfrUl.. lo
THE SASTAL-KPSIK CO,
Rogers, 451 CommarclaJ
it.' Iliird, whon I aui out of ray pu!;!t
I Horut'tlni get better men than mr
self to fill It, and yon have a cbaiicc of
hearing the leading preachers la '.lie
church, and sometimes I get worne
men than myself to fill it. and the
clianee of hearing them ought to make
you thankful for your mercies."
is made more' enjoyable by the
use of dainty china. Why not
inspect our fine assortment of
fancy Japanese tea cups before
giving that next tea?
Cups and Saucers
in pretty designs and of good
quality make a nice engagement
present Step in and aee our as
sortment at from 25c to $1 60
each. You will bo agrpeably
626 Commerclul Street, Astorl f
The Wladom of Bl- Bl.
Why do I carry my lunch ln a bae?
Because If I satisfy my modest hunger
at a hotel there Is not a man ln the
room who Is not eating at my cost.
Two shillings' worth of cold beef Is
eaten, sixpenny worth by me and eight
een penny worth by h!ra, and we each
pay a shilling.
When I meet some grenadier of a wo
man on my dressraaker'a atalrcase I
know that whole yards of her dress are
down on ray bill. Her gloves and her
boots cost her no more than mine cost
An overgrown creature sits In front
cr me at the theater. He sees the piece,
and I see him. And we pay the same.
It la a great Injustice. In the day of
Hied prices it li well to be big. The
necessaries of life are pooled and tho
Value averaged per head of the popula
tion. Lady Thed In "Helen of Troy.
owsht aa Food. II la a Tolerably Km
Bought as food, water Is a tolerably
txixMislre luxury. In several Instance
It costs something like ?2.50 a glass, ac
cording to the estimates of H. J.
Holmes In reamou'.
Let us begin with breakfast
Look at that loaf of bread. To all
appearance it la solid enough. But it
Is not When lt rame into the hands of
tho baker as wheat flour lt contained
water only to the extent of 17 per cent
In working up the materials into
dough, by kneading and other manlpu
latlon and In baking a great change
takes place, and the quantity of water
baa more than doubled. The wheat
flour loaf contains nearly 40 per cent of
water. Curiously enough, its value as
a food Is Increased thereby. Tho per
centage of water in the crust la about
half that in the soft Inside.
"Cured" pork dies not contain a
large proportion of ver. In fact.
wherever there Is a good deal of fatty
matter there Is also a scarcity of mois
ture. So the man who enjoys his sllee
of breakfast bacon, may comfort him
self with the reflection that he is get
ting fairly solid value for his money,
because bacon contains only 22 per
cent of water.
Fresh eggs, on the other hand, are
composed of no less than 63 per cent
Tho best dairy made butter, no mat
ter how carefully prepared, contains a
comparatively large percentage of wa
ter. Out of 1,500 samples of butter ex
amined by well known authorities a
small number contained over 10 per
cent of water. The larger number con
tamed between 11 and 13 per cent
Carelessly manufactured or adulter
ated butter often contains much more
water than Is permissible by law, and
the breakfast table may include a surw
ply ofTutter containing as much as 'JO
per cent of water.
It is only to be expected that milk.
owing to Its origin, should vary consld
erably in its composition. Much de
pends on the health and surroundings
of the animal yielding lt
It la Interesting to know that morn
ing milk as it comes from the cow la
by no means as nourishing as the even
ing supply. There la more water In the
former. The daily nuart of milk, even
in its purest state, coutains an average
of 87.6 per eeut of water.
The choicest fish contains the largest
percentage of water. Thus turbot ami
sole are credited with "3 per cent
salmon 75 per cent, while the common
er Inhabitants of the deep blue sea are
content with from 40 to CO per cent, as
ln the case of the homely herring.
"As cool as a cucumber" la a house
hold term. The coolness is easily ex
plained. Cucumbers are almost entire
ly composed of water that Is, 95 per
cent, or over 7.4 per cent more than Is
contained ln milk, which Is Itself a Uq
nld. Lettuce must not be forgotten.
Here is a further Instance of bow little
substance may be In an apparent solid,
for the cabbage lettuce holds 92 per
cent of water.
It will be seen that most of the good
things of life are largely composed of
water, but it Is better for us that this
1s o. Nature knows more about our di
gestive powers than we know oi;r
selves, and she has designed her pr.nl
ucts fish, flesh, fowl and fruit with
so cunning a band that the water co:i
tained la each is essential.
Food containing very little water l:i
its composition is not, as a rule, gio ! to
cut uutll a suitable process of cooking
has rendered It safe by adding n fur
iher supply of water to It, and boiiiu,,',
as Is well known, is the process tha;
renders our food mast wholesome am'
easy of digestion.
Trials of Motherhood
M8 Broaa Sir...
. PajLaeaiMH, Pa, Ja tl, IKs.
-.li",":?r,f"r. Jln yr avarlan troaUas making Ufa a bartaa to
anl al'hoimh i Inn
aohlld to tiL
pulllni throuch l.nba will, lu.al'EadacI
Win..,? 'm! ili ly aa asadlaiaa aalaad
baadachaa. 1 tail akk it ml
i aatu 1 krlaa
With inijirorvd, taa aataa gradually lm.n.4 aaa
. mil, i in uow um iiaany atolhar o( a bo , ibu
w imoui, I wviuid I
cq 1 1 aim, inauad
and wau uoihar.
Caarbtm, tt. AaoaaWs Aaaoeum.
Thru iviv KttMir.1
anr in I h wII
iJ mrdlula.. ' -
frim tho entire feuialo organism and tat itrentrUiened ligaments
t ardui did for Mrs. Nirdlmger. It bauiahed the racking pains and
T a .
U in Ol tATXlUl lfl Ulrt tlHUit BlinMirftil ..1..-
-- - - - . tuviisu urn iruumwt MJJ
rwilnting inensfruat.on, in. vi Cardui baniahet inflammation
Has always in stock a
fine assortment of
Boots and Shoes
BkAND RUBBER BOOTS.
' Call and See. Boud Street.
burning intlanimation ami brought her ralief,
was restored to
i l i 1 rm",ia Jm ,v' " In ot tr,lu the credit of making
her able to become a happy mother. This medioins wuipa a woman
fur every duty of wifehood and motherhood. Thwe are many suf-
iwmg women no Ibliik that faua ta can navar ha the r. I
cannot secure the servu-es of a, great speoialirt. Hut we want to say
right hero tikat while .Mrs. Nirdlmgnr liTea in Thilidalphia, a great
uieilicai center, she depended on Wine of Cardui for a cure and aha
tui-pu. inia same mtHiicine is within jour reach, will
Alt dniggidta sell .00 bottlea Wine of Cardui.
NEtVZEALANDFIRE 1IMCE COMPANY
Of Now Zealand .
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF S1EH0LDERS
Has Iwt'ti Uiiilorwritiag on the Pacific Cou.it for twenty-five yearn.
ELMORE $ CO.. Sole Agents v
WANT A PIANO?
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I - ' i.M a . ' . - . . Wa-ai
00.00 in PRIZES
COUNT OUR SUBSCRIBERS IN THE UNITED STATES
A TOTAL OF 757 PRIZES
CONDITIONS 50ce" win
cr i t, I i o n to M A i a it r. a n d
entitlri you to on fr count: i,) pay fur one ymr and
jntillcs you to thrrr count and nnikca you eliiriblr for the
l-iO.OO pn nive n to winucr of the first prize if thty have
three count. See below. ,
$50.00 PRIZES w" ,""eve wryniw should
, .... h'lw three onuntaaolhey can
have one each aide of what they think la correct to be more
ure to hit it. ToencoiimKe thin we will give $30.00 extra to
winner of brat prized il they have three count. Kemember
if you have one count you Ki t firM prir oni.v, i:t ik vou
HAVE THRKE COCNTHANIl WIN VOU GET $.10.00 fcXTKA.
AWAUDS wm. M followa-The person
. ' . , rlviiiB corn r t or nearcnt correct count
will Ret fimt priise. Next neArest c orrect, second pri, etc.
In case of a tie for any prize it will Ijc awarded to the person
giving tx st plan for counting dou.
TIME PHIZES Wr f""' flr' countera should lie
iroea una win give jp.ibi 10
me pervin seniniK tiestcoiintan
best count and ulan by Ju 1, y
"it K t 150.00 extra.
JUDGES The W!r,ll"if priw will be wholly in
he hands of disinterested judges. The
Hon. John W. TTiltzm.-m, Mayor of the City of Indlnna
polii. is chairman of the Comn.ittee of Judi-es. We akk
SOUND Ot'g CONIITS MUST HK AWiOLUTKLV VAIH.
Our Pinanclal Responsibility A, to
whether we are abundantly able to do as we say, we refer to
any Hank or Trust Company in the City of Indianapolis.
Our oiler will Ik carried out to the letter.
In the event of more than one person submitting the
snm? pi.iu and it being cnniidcrrd the best plan by the judges
eath :.rju so lying will be nsk. d to It II ill fifty words how
'" 1 improve Madamk. The one making best suggestion
get n-t ptl7-, next l-t next, , tc. I'HKKHHTANM THIS IS
ONLY IK ('li Uf Til. IS 1'l.A tt , WHICH la NOT AT ALL
No one cmnected with Mai.amb will be allowed to
compete. Contest t lt,-i July 1, I'M, but get your counts In
at one. See about time priw alve. anybody KAvmci
TllKKCOI NTl KKTKhD MAV K.1TKK ADDITIOWAL COttNTH
AT 25 CKN1S l-.ACII. 111! CAKI Cl l. TO lilVE VOIIR PLAN OF
cuUNN.-.t,, an the liest plan used will decide all tie.
We will guar-
i ., an tee lo.givea
prize worth one dollar at least, lo every person who sends a
correct count and $1. mi for a yar's subscription to Madamk.
LIST OP PRIZES
1st Prize, IMano with Mandolin and
(itiilnr attachment, value Jl.OOO.OO
2nd Vruc, Piano 1,000.00
3rd Prize, Diamond, . 250.00
4th Prie, Diamond, 125.00
5th Prize, .Solid tfold Wntch, 50.00
Next 100 Prizes, lOOIlentitiful Chatelaine
Ladies' Wateheg, 1,500,00
Next 100 Prizes, James Whilcomb
Riley's Works, 3 vol., J3.75
Next 100 Prizes, 100 Sets KliakeHpeare's
Complete Works, 12 dainty vol. 1,000.00
Two Sjiecial Prizes of 50.00 each nee
Next 100 Prizes, Marion Ktrlan Cook
Kook, f2.()0 eac! 200.00
Next KX) Prizes, 1.50 Dinik, lalest fiction, 150.00
Next 50 Prizes, Choice ot Any fl.00
Magazine .'. 50.00
Next 100 Prizes, Intension of One Years
Subscription to Madamk, 100.00
Next 100 Prizes, Hand Pulled Proof of
the Famous Picture by Walter
Tittle, entitled "When Shep
herds Watched Their Flocks
by Night," 11.00 each, 100.00
1. Write your count, name and address very plainly.
2. fiay jifst what your count and plan is, without any "Ifs"
or amis" make it plain.
3. lie sure to state whether or not you are taking MADAMK.
4. Count must be accompanied by subscription. Sorts. ,,, ,
for six months subsc ription and one count. $1.00 pays for
one years subscriiitioii and three count. If you haw three
counts entered you may enter additional counts at 25 cents
each. Vou get $i.oo extra if you have three countsand win.
It will pay you lo have three. (Sec conditions
ilUia " rnunittig ta perfectly free. ;k!
,.., .,, . .ui"i i nil nun i in. liny il, ,!,
I ."Tu1 w" V"1 'J"1 M"k' ' while the ami
rnlirir vim Vh,.1 u " '." ""' '!"." i'l I. f
M.,nuii. Any cnim can cmint Th
dotsare puzzling there are so iniinv. That Is why
In i pnxr will la- given .way f,r ,,, Ule
i ne more count you register the surer you are of win.
nlng one of the big fr.e phzes. Anybody hiving thr?.
count, wtaradmay enter addition c.unt. at 2S ch,i
Th list of i
for. Vou have 78
i n list of prizes la large. They are worth .i,i.-
IRHniV, 7fl7 ch.H. v.. ... .
get first, bin if a .7 .:.' a'".." "Vix1y to
Driaea ...r.k k.' ',,'r '" IpUof other
count d think up"1, goodp'u iTSlSSto'wC'
Moiwy Must Accompany AH SubicriptJoni.
Contest Department, Tlf H KOKI) l'fl,lIUN(i CO.,
Indianapolis, f. S. A.
' tncl'" f" :. months subscript!,,,,
to MADAMK, In accordance with your offer In the
Are you hiking MADAMR (YrsorNo)..,
MT COUNT ON DOTS.
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I'verv ,..t in Ihw up -amis ..r N) l r. fount thru. "f, llv a,i, lu' '"''"" ' tm.lc llerature. will. --aul.l..l pa !. hr.
SSf2ZU. TEST OF SKILL. This is i-.t a l... rv. g.-si,,g , rsiiin.llng " iIr"," ' h uT h,"7 7 hT XliX M,r . 'A
e this.wj.at.ccr. 1 he dot. are r to the naked eve ...( can hrM, M If I''' ''err i. .. f k . .l-.et.tM, sl.,,,1
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PEIZE TO THOSE SENDING
IN THREE COUNTS -;S-&7i
'SEC CONDITIONS) receipt of I cent stamp for postage. V a
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