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TOE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTQM4, OREGON.
FRIDAY, MAY S, 1108.
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LITEST IN FASilliS
Column of Timely Hints for Ladies
mil SKIRTS ARE IN STYLE
frcmi, What Material to Buy and
Bow to Maka Them, With Opinions
eae Latest Stylo of Hata and Dreeeaa
far Yeurg Ladies.
Batteaa Win Deearmt STra-
anta TaUrt4 bwii-Wuk Silk
VMtfeMM - Veil Mad l Dm
Tttn is a perfect erase for the short
aftfet. This spring at! materials aw
snBabte to be made up Into the short
kst styles, and the most elaborate
ffcws cloth. Telling, silk, muslin, linen,
nee- embroidery-are all treated alike
Tar crenlng wear silks, satins, games,
et tulles and chiffons share the same
' Xa pongee, linen and taffeta cos tames
Sft plaited skirts and either short oi
ffireexjaarteT Jackets the short skirts
ate by far the smartest '
Tne short skirt for dancing has come
U) faror, and there is much to reo
BORIS CUTXU BOO. GOVS.
Ml But for dinner gowns.
which are Just ai elaborate and ex
asastre. Jho long train la required.
fade no Washington, Portland, Oregon
' "The School o Quality"
SEODCRN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Opea all the. year. Catatonia Ires
J. V. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
Students MsyrEnter "at Any Time.
Royal Italian Band
AO the Latest Attractions From the
"Week Beginning May 1st
Kfttlnee Dally at 2:4i P. M.
Italian Band. Composed of 26
HOLMES AND MACK
TK ItJMn Tchln Girls; Refined Sing
f , COLE AJS" COLE
America's Greatest Novelty;
3Cvfcg Pictures Depicting Occurences
Adaalsslon, Any Seat, 10 cents.
I t aucy uuitoiu will lurTyXroiuTuent
part on severe tailored gowns. Gold,
silver, enamel, rhincstouos and some-
times real Jewels are bolng need. 1
The smart gown Illustrated la of dot
ted taffeta silk. The skirt la box plait
ed and Just abort the kneea the plaits
flare out and a knife plaited fan Is lu
sorted. Holding the box plaits In place
are embroidered designs worked In silk
and a rouuded pattern done In braid,
Jewelers ssy that one of the most
salable of their novelties Just now Is s
garter buckle In the shape of a locket
which opens and discloses either the
picture of one's Dance or some cherish
d friend or relative. These buckles are
favorite bridesmaid gifts at smart
spring weddings and In dull Roman
gold are very handsome.
Wash silk petticoats are to be wont
with dainty summer dresses. A charm
ing model Is of white liberty silk trim
med with two graduating flounces of
accordlooplaltlng In which Insert loos
of lace are Inset
Accordion plaited skirt flounces are
not possible to launder, and where a
skirt Is to be tubbed" they should be
A sensible as well as pretty wsy to
make a wash silk petticoat Is to trlta
It with a deep gathered flounce of the
material edged with a ruffle of thru
T MOHJJB sun.
fcch vaL In the center front of the
raffle la embroidered a spray of cherry
Voile la the softest of grave Is charm
ing made up over opalescent silk, which
to also used as a trimming on the gown,
possibly deep flounce and girdle and
long narrow strips, which hang la pan
el effect down the back and resemble
Berge messallne la a new ma tori!
with an the luster of silk and
weave of serge.
The Inexpensive petticoat Illustrated
Is of mohair at the top. It Is perfectly
fitted about the hips and extends to the
knees. At this point begins a series of
plaited ruffles of silk. A beading Inser
tion threaded with narrow satin ribbon
conceals the union of the flounce with
On a small, piquant face and wrCh a
beautifully neat coiffure the small hats
of the season are very fetching, but
the majority of women have to be
careful how they adopt millinery of
this kind. Modifications both In the
tilt and In. the height of the bandeau
will have to be employed and the
width of the brim graduated In ac
cordance with the shape of the head
Z.BS7 OBEE3T BTBAW Hit.
and the manner In which the hah Is
arranged for these shapes to be suc
These small bats should not be over
trimmed. Indeed, a few bunches of
flowers where the brim curves or a
rosette or so of ribbon Is sufficient
A delightful little morning hat hi a
close fitting turban In two shades of
brown straw, with a little piping of
brown velvet A knot of velvet ap
pears In the front of the model, which
Is tilted with a rather exaggerated in
cline over the eyes. Two shaded brown
feathers at the back come low on the
hair. , :
As the season advances there will be
an attempt to revive the mushroom
shape in a small size, trimmed with a
folded scarf of embroidered gauze or
fine lawn and a high bandeau of dark
colored ribbon or velvet
..The bntJllustratPd js of leaf green
it,. 1 IS ,-. M
straw. TheuTluJ Is T OouF.rairrilr,
between the tKlgce of which are placed
tiny buttou pink roses and their fo
liage. About the low crown la a twist
of shaded greeu and rose ribbon, which
ties In two smart bows at the side of
the hat where It Is slightly indented.
STYLES FOR WEE FOLKS.
Tho tub frock for "very bent" wear
Is of o n work embroidery or tots of
from three to six or seven yean. Tbey
are made with a long bodice and short
standing out skirts. A noticeable mod
el designed for girls from six to tea
years Is arranged with the dearest lit
tle dlrectolre coat of floe linen over aa
Dr&acTonia arcsuv saxes,
underdrew of flimsy embroidered mns
11 n, with soft falling collar and sleeve
ruffles of embroidery.
Sleeves In Juvenile modes are as star
tllng In their development as In the
new grownup gowns. For coats they
are large picturesque affairs, with the
fullness at the top all gathered Into the
seams. This sleeve stamps a model as
of tho hour.
On frocks the elbow puff sleeve is
carrying all before It and short sleeves
and slightly decollcto necks are coming
Into rogue for baby girls.
In hats there Is a strong feeling for
bonnets of the most fascinating de
A toscan model, for example, to In a
sunburnt tint, wreathed with roses and
raised off the face by a bandeau that
Is softly ruffled with pink chiffon.
The little manikin this spring will
wear the comfortable loose coat of the
Russian blouse style In pale bin cloth,
belted with a white kid band and ar-
rangea wun tnree snouldor capes,
crowned by a Napoleon bat of bins
The dainty costume in the rat Is s
aireoioire rroct ror a tot of sev
years. A dainty little trlcorne hat of
white chip trimmed with slightly curled
ostrich tips to the smart pleoe of bead
gear that goes with the dress.
Want ads In Tps
Correct Gothes for Men
Every stitch, every little
detail shows the hands
of the skilled tailor, in
the suits bearing this
The makers' guarantee, snd ours,
with every garment Wo are ex
clusive agents here.
A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY
ksat Bar Laxnrlant sad Oloeey Ilallk
Ve Mntut What Color.
The fin est contour ef a female face, the
sweetest smile of a female mouth, loses
something If the bead la crowned with
scant hair. Scant snd fallma hair, It Is
now known. Is cauMd by a paraelte that
burrows Into the scalp to the root of the
balr, where It aap the vitality. The lit
tle white acales the g-erra throws up In
burrowing are called dandrufC To cure
dandruff permanently, then, and to stop
fallng hair, that germ must be killed.
Newbro's Uerplcide, an entirely new re
suit of the chemical laboratory, destroys
the dandruff germ, and, of couree, stops
the falling balr, snd prevent baldness.
Sold by leading druggists. Send lOo, la
stampa for sample to The Horplclde Co.,
Eagle Drug Store, JSl-JCl Bond St,
Owl Drug Store, 141 Com. Et, T. P,
f-aurin. Prop. "Special Agent"
First Insertion, One Cen a Word,
One Week, Each Line, 30c.
Two Weeks, Each Line, 45c.
One Mouth, Each Line, 75c.
01 . S
Astorian Free Want Ada.
Anyone Desiring a Situation can Insert an Advertisement in this Colui
01 inree unci 1 wo utucs f res
TO SCALP A WHITE MAN.
used to be the Indian's Joyful occupa
tion. Do you feel some times as It
you wished you were scalped? Do you
cratch till you are nearly mad? Our
nw Kiectrio vibrator will mlUva th
. .. . -
trouuie. A treatment M cents. A
shave and face massage with electrlo
vibrator. 80 cents. It's good for erup
tions. Porcelain hatha All at the
OCCIDENT BARBER SHOP, Occident
Hotel Building, A. E. Peterson. Prop.
TO WORK IN
Apply at Antorlan
NEAT WOMAN TO TAKE WASH-
ing of small family home; must be
reasonable and good Ironer, on baby'i
clothes. Steady work by ths month.
Address It U. W., Astorian office.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BAR-
ber trade; t weeks completes; posi
tions guaranteed; tuition earned ill.
learning. Write for terms. Molr
Barber College, 144 Clay St, Ban Fran
WANTED manaoer for ouh
Astoria office; good references snd
small Investment required; II
monthly and commission. Box 1115,
San Francisco. ; i, .
WANTED-COOK ANO HELPER
man and woman preferred, to couk
in logging camp. Apply at Astorian
WANTED A, OUtlr FOR GEN ERA L
housework. Inquire .at Astorian
WANTED -GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Corner Id and Front fits.
WANTED HOARD AND ROOM IN
private f unlly by gentleman and
wife H. P. O... Astorian
WANTED TO RENT FURNISHED
house, for the summer, by one who
will take good care of the property.
Address manager Warren Packing Co,
OR t FURNISHED
housekeeping In good
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT
room. Cor. , Fourth and Cornmer
laL NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
rent. Inqulrt at Atiorlan office.
HOUSES FOR 8ALE.
COTTAGE CORNER LOT; FINE
view. See J. E. Fcrguton, Tage
CALL FOR BIDS.
BIDS FOR A RESIDENCE FOR E. A.
Fluh-jr, t(kj e erected on Frai.klln
avenue, will be opened May S; p'.aim
and specifications at Architect 3.
Wicks' office, Star Theater building.
The owners have the right to reject J
sny or all bids. '
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUAR-
termaster, Astoria, Ore,, May t, 1905
Sealed proposals, In triplicate will
be received at this offics until 10
o'clock a. m. May 18, 1005, for replank
Ing approach to wbarf at Fort Co
lumbia, Wash. United States reserve
the right to reject any or all propos
als. Plans can bs seen and specifi
cations obtained at this office. Infor
mation furnished on application. En
velopes should be marked "Proposals
for Repairs" snd addressed Captain
Goodale, Quartermaster, Astoria, Ore.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
10 T.E8 OF FIRST CLASS TIM
b. .and for sale, In Pacific county,
near Columbia river. Address Box 680
FOR SALE LOT U BLOCK 14,
Adair's Astoria: for particulars wrlU
to J. P- Miller, Onleda, Wash.
MAX STRAEL & CO., EMPLOYMENT
office, 535 Bond St. Phone Red 2301.
All kinds of help furnished on short,
notice. Call or phone.
HERMOSA .PARK LOTS. THE MOST
1 exclusive property at Seaside, Ore.
racing tne Paclno ocean In Oregon's
prettiest summer resort then lots are
lT'll, PARKER HOUSE
...WVW..W.I iuviiiu. A. i.iinApr -Tf i
eusumiiii ni.iiiiK iuiu
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
run BALE moil COUNTER.
about S feet long. Apply at Astor
FOR SALE CHEAT HC LL OF THE
schooner Webfoot, copnel: 400 thou.
sand feet of lumber; tight snJ sound:
suitable for floating wharf or lighter.
Apply to C. II. Calender.
wit hale Second-hand t col-
umn newspaper outfit; complete ex
cept press; cheap. Inuulre at this of
INC-UUATOR FOR BALE 400 EOQ8
capacity; alao three 100 capaclt
orooders; flrst-class condition. Ad-
iresa A, Astorian OfflJe.
FOR SALE 8TEAM TUO IN FIRST-
class condition; terms reasonable.
unable ror seminar purposes. Foi
particulars apply at this office.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT Till
Office; 8 So par hundred. 1
WANTED AT OASTON'S FEED
stables, No. 10S 14th St., Wool mo.
hair, hides and furs.
OE8SOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
.NOTICE 1 HEREI1T GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore exUUng
oetwen the unJee signed, !olng buel-
ness as Kallunkl & Atilre.m, In Al-J-
erorook, Odar street. Antorla, Ore.
ha this diiif been dlasolved by mutual
coneeii!. Jacoo Anderson retlrlna from
ail firm, and Andrew Knllunkl con
tinuing In the busing. All oulManJ.
accounts are dun and payable to
the ajUd Andrew Knllunkl. who will
pa.y and Joea hereby aume all the
debts of said firm exiting to this date
Dated at Artorla, Or., May I, 105.
And Singing Instruction. Individual
or claa Instructions. Rpoctal terme to
classes of three pupils, entering to
gether. Private Instruction at reason
able rates. MRS. R. E. PA B LAY, No.
677 Exchange St, Phone Red 1064.
Moet of the cream le removed when
milk is bottled in some entabllnhments
who bottlo the cream sepnrately. Thus
they muke more money, we Jon't bot.
the -milk, but aterlllss . all cans.
so trial nie milk reaches you ab
solutely pure. Choose either "morn-
Inn or night delivery and get Freeh
Milk of The SLOOP- JEFFERS CO,
10th and Duane Sts. , .
Stop OnYour Way
10 I'ortiond or Seaside opposite the
depot and eat at THE FLAG OT8TER
AND CHOP HOUSE. Good mea!
prompt service. Savs money, time snd
trouble by gettln all kinds of frull
and canned goods hers for your trip.
for 15c; nice cake, coflee,! pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. 8. Restaur
ant. . 43 1 Bond SL
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
. You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
612 Commercial St.
- 0. J. TRENCIIARD
Real Estste. Inauranee. Camml..inal
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Offlee 133 Ninth Strset, Next to Justice
A PRETTY FACE
I envied .by many. Do not grudge
others their beauty, whlls fsct massage
by electricity is to be had at a reason,
able price. 4t Is a palnlees and sclan-
tiilo process of beautifying ths face. 0
Our famous Face Cream and Lotions !
aid you at your horns to obtain excel
lent results. Call at-ths Beauty Par
lor of lira, Martha C Fstsrson, racial
Eleotrlolan, Manicuring and Massage
No, 141 Duans St.. Astoria,
Tho Tired Traveler
Is ever happy to And a comfortable ,,
Hopping place.' Where to put up Is the
prevalent Question after a long jour
ney. Tou can solve the problem in'
A,,orl bjr folnf ,0 tn
Whose genial host, Mr. T. J, Broenw
ser, Is sn experienced hotel man and
who on April 1 took charge of this,
popular hostelry snd has Inaugurated
a new feature to the houea by opening
the dining room In connection with the
hotel and Is now abls to give his pat
rons board and lodgings, ths best lo
Astoria, for II and 11.21 per day. Sat.
Isfsctlon guaranteed. , .
Rooms st It, 80, 71 and
'bu.s to snd from the hotel.
J. T. BROEMSER.
Occident Hotel Bar
& Billiard Hall.
Tables New and Evervthini?
f i not brands of Liquors and Cigars
im. I J'l. I, 'J' .' Uli... .1 4.' I 4. . I ,. HI M
JAY T LITTLE, M. D.
rimiClAN AND HUHQEOX
Artlng AwUunt Surgeon
T.8. Marlue HiMiiltal Mvrvlna,
Hflee hours: 10 to It am. 1 to 4:10 D,m
477 Commercial Street tnd Floor.
Dr.iUIODA C. HICKS
tfansetl Bldg. 171 Commercial It
rilONI BLACK av
DR. T. L. BALL,
521 Commercial Ht Astoria, Oreson.
Pythian Dulldinit.'' AiU'ria. Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. LOGAN
Sn Commercial tit. Hhsnahsn Building
a. ntv Uueal, rHwnmiaai. ,
9 Ut AM S4
tiny Csoiulei srs (iiperior
to oaitam or toptios
vuueoi or iniecucmi annritmu
CURE IN 4S HOURSlAuUl
the ime diteuei with.
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD
Cord weed, mill wood, boa weed, any
aina or wood at loweet ariose. Kelly,
ths trsnefer msn. 'Phone 2211 Blssk,
Barn en Twelfth, oppotlte opera
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