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THE HORNING ASTORIA ffAJTOhI A, OREGON.
Saturday, kt' (, net
1 L .
fxnxxny- ar Practiced in Some
Prominent Families, f J
ATD ABOUT FALSE ECONOMY
' Begins at Hbme amf Heathena
j Can Take Car of Themselves It the
, CasTen of "a Prominent Society Lady
'. Who 8hidie Economy.
mCk, bo; I never throw away a
AtacT remarked Mrs, Saveall virtu
Wry. 1 think It la a sin, It might
bbm m useful one of these dayar And
esse pwb another broken chair In the si
cady overcrowded garret
t "Sense me, ma'am, bat has you an;
add clothes you wants to (It rid of T
svfced ber colored laundress.
"Let me see," remarked Mrs. SavealL
avians Into the closet with difficulty w
Jfcg to Its overcrowded condition. "Dear
v Jndy, I'm afraid we'll haTe to take
user quarters nest year. We haven't
earargh closet room. Why, yes; here art
Strew okt suits, - This brown one oh,
feat 1 night -want to wear thla In the
aawnntalns this summer. With a yard
ar two of new doth it would be all
tftfiL'Ko, I guess I wont give you this
ease, Judy. It's too good.. Now. thla
ttta) one oh, well, I mustn't part with
ttiL It will go with a blue hat that I
aaay buy myself soon. And this old
lwrrple one? Oh, it will be Just the thing
for same awfully wet day next winter,
joe know, to wear instead of my real
nary day suit No, I'm aorry, Judy
lot there Is nothing today. Oh, here;
tale these old gloves." " " '
And the next yeir Mrs. Saveall added
smother hundred to their rental because
they tada t room in the old house.
)Iv no " remarked Miss False Boon-ni?rMIcan'-t
da any more writing just
aw. I must make my summer
eArthesT And she sewed far forty days
auaX forty nights till she had to call the
eloctar in, and he charged ber $10.
"Why didn't you have less and earn
atte money to have them made proper
!ryT remarked ber friend as she be
Ueid one botched garment after an
wthcr. j The bats looked painfully homemade
Vne skirts were skimpy, and one of ex
pensive material waa cut on the wrong
1HX OVEBCBOWDED OAEBET.
'.Has. There was hardly a thing that
could be worn the next season.
"Too are a writer, not a dressmak-
, r." tho friend went on. "Why didn't
yoa have less, earn enough to have it
, sude properly and leave to the dress
' Beaker her, trade while you did what
yea) really know bow to do?"
The Causas of Failure.
"What, is the secret of most of the
faJUrrse tu this world?" I asked the
aaacecBBfu! business man.
."Lack of originality and lack of Initi
ative." , 'And originality?'
' Svefl, our training is somewhat re
afonsiUle for that .When we are ainall
we are more or lets taught to be 'copy
cats.' and I suppose it is good for us to
certain point, but after that and the
wjsslis reached vry early in life it la
ieWidunlity, arid the stronger the bet
er. which, counts.' The man who feels
teat me world is his apple and that be
si pang to cut out a pattern of bis own
fl J f!'c Ll? the maa who Is roing
aya- Washington, Portland, Oregon
-The School of Quality"
MOOESJi, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Opea att tba year. Catalogue Irea
A. . ACiHSTRONQ. LL. B PRINCIPAL
SUtdanU May EnUr at Any Tims.
to aucveed, and no on will be able to
do more than trip aim temporarily. 80
mat la the power of originality that
the knowledge alone that a man poa-
imn It even In mbryo form wll
make others tret him with mora con
alderarion. Tou cant trat a free brain
aa If it were a slave any more than you
a treat a free man in the aame way.
And what I have said about men," ha
added, "la equally true of women.
Charity Wctns at home. Let the
beafhea take care of themselves a lit
tle. SprteeT W a bard time tor every
oca, even for those with money. Row
much more so for the poor Empty
your closets of all auperfiuttlea when
yon do your spring cleaning. By so
perfiuitJea I mean things yon will not
want right away every old saucepan,
every bit of lace, of ribbon, eves spools
of aiik whose colon you have a fur
ther need of. Give them to some wom
an with a large family, where those
bits will cvme in bandy. Give partic
ularly to thuee who hare known better
days and whose refinement and per
haps artistic sense suffer for being
without a bit of something fresh with
which to liven up their spring ward
robes. BEATRICE MILLS.
MODEL WIVES AND MOTHERS
eatettmee the Worle la Iacllae4 te
Exaaraerata Tkalr Gootaaaa.
"Ah, she was such a good woman r
they said of Mrs. Blank when she died.
"Model wife and mother!" put In an
other enthusiastic friend.
And I thought over that quite a bit
Was she such a luccess as wife and
Her two eons, It Is true, were now
honored members of the community.
but they bad certainly had a wild and
foolish youth. At one time It was even
whispered that the youngest Well,
boys will be boys! And yet It waa
strange, considering that he had such
a good home and such a good mother.
"Was bis mother aware of what he
was going througbr
"Oln dear, no. She hadn't even an
Idea that such troubles existed in the
aiADDia ABOUT A. BOXHa KATCH.
world! She was a saintly woman. It
would never hare done to tell her any
thing about It Bhe never suspected a
thing. Arthur would have died rather
than confide In her anything more In
tense than his progress In his studies
aud his work. Oh, dear, not lie fought
It out alone. It was the same thing
with ber daughter Alice. At sixteen
she knew more about the world than
her mother ever did.
t "Alice used to go to the mother of one
of ber friends for advice; She was a
rather frivolous, worldly minded wom
an and entirely without Mrs. Blank's
saintly character and spiritual nature,"
"Did the children love their mother?"
"Oh, yea, Indeed; they bad the great
est reai tec t and admiration for her
much the same feeling they bad for the
beautiful bit of porcelain china iu the
parlor which was meant to took at,
but never for use."
"And ler husband?"
"Oh, well, he had such a model home
that whenever be wanted to put bis
feet up on a chair or do anything; dis
graceful like that after a hard day's
work he used to go to the cluK ' Oh,
no; he never smoked at hornet You
couldn't associate anything- so vulgar
as smoke with Mrs. Blank's gentle, re
fined nature. Why, she was as dainty
and pure minded as a flower. Mr.
Blank waa not fit to be her husband.
lie was mode of much coarser cloy.
Why, he used to read the sporting page
and go occasionally to a boxing match!
Of coarse, he never,, told ber these
things, but once she came in suddenly
and found him reading a dreadful
large typed account of a prize light In
a paper, and, my dear, it almost killed
ber.- She wasn't herself for days after
ward." - - . .
Ah, yea, she was a wonderful soul,
a model wtfe and mother!
, And yet of the Inner life of ber hus
band and her children, of their likes,
dislikes; struggles and Inward cries
for help, this model wife and mother
knew not one blessed thing.
A NURSERY VESTIBULE.
Bow te Deeerste the Otherwise Cat
attractive Toe Fleer Hallway.
In tnoat houses the top hall Is not
Why not famish It as the picture
icggests? The walls may be papered
In plain color or painted. The frieze
will be of nursery rhyme pictures,
which may be obtained at any Interior
decorator's or cut from magazines and
framed in passe partout If thre sr
xuso vi roeraa nctvaca.
enough, paste them conttnuoaaly. Some
long poster pictures framed simply la
green wood hang on the, walls, and aa
old lounge it neatly covered with aa
art cretonne Blip, or It may be re-
upholstered with the aaslstamce of fine
tacka and a long upholsterer's needle
threaded with twine. The floor Is
pretty stained green, and the matting
may be of the tnexpenaire Japanese
kind, green and white. Thus the ap
proach to, the children's nursery or to
their bedrooms can be made attractive,
and the house will be beautified at the
same time. XL DE LA BACX&
Want ada in The Astorlan always
Correct (Mies for Mm
All the beauty and
quality of the most ex
clusive custom . made,
without any of its "try
ons" and troubles, in
vests bearing this label
The makers' guarantee, and ours,
with every garment. We are ex
clusive agents here.
WASHING WITHOUT WATEBT
te IJJkc Trytaa te Oat R14 af DttBmtatat
VU yon ever see any one tryiac b
wsan tbamaelYM without soea or
If yon did what would you say el
It is every bit as foolish to try to gat
fid of Dandruff and to prevent Bald
ness by feeding the germi whlci cause
It, eli Canthrarldes. Vaaellne. Olycaf
tn and similar substances which term
tba principal ingredients of most so
called Hair Vigors. '
Nawbro's Herplclde Is sueceasfut he
cauae It attaeks and kills th paraattls
germ which feeds on tba hair root
It Is the ortainal and onrr- senafna
ralp garmtdda manufacturh
Sold by leading drugsiata, nd 10a tat
etampa for sample to The Harpistd Ow
Eagle Drug Store, IS1-SGI Bond St,
Owl Drug Store, Hi Cora, St, T. 7.
Iurln. Prop. "Special Agent"
Royal Italian Band
All the Latest Attractions From the
Week BoginoJnc May let
Matinee DaJly at l: P. M.V
, . , IURBANO'S f ' '
Royal Italian Band, Compoied Of 21
X Positive Novelty
' HOLMES AND MACK
Thk Ithln Tchln GlrU; Refined Slng
- tog Act
COLE AATO COLE
America's 0 real eat Novelty; Acro
, "x JOHN DREW
Moving PIclurea Depleting Occurence
Admisalon, Any Seat, 10 cents.
First Insertion, On Ccn a Word.
One Week, Each Line, joc.
Two Weeks, Each Line, 45 c '
One Month, Each Use, 73c.
Astorlan Free Want Ads.
Anyone Desiring a Situation ca Insert an Advertisement in this Calami
of Three Line Two Time fret
Have you tried It yett
The new electric vibrator which was
"r"""v' "'"" "
or in, m.a. a ireaimem omy
eenta, A shave and face muMte wl.h
the new apparatus, CO cents. Our pat
rons like Iv. Tou will. Five expert
barbers In attendance. Porcelain baths.
Al 1 at the OCCIDENT BARBER
SHOP, Occident Hotel Bulldlttav A. E.
BOT WANTED' TO WORK IN
, printing otilce. Apply at Aamrlan
NEAT WOMAN TO TAKE WASH.
tng of small family home; must be
reasonable and good I r oner, on baby
clothes. Steady work by the moath.
Address R. U. W., Astorlan office.
CLEllK IN OROCKny STORK. AO-
diTKt letters to Clerk, care The Aa-
WANTED MANAGER FOR OUR
Astoria office; good references and
small investment . required; li:5
monthly and .commission. Box 2123,
WANTED COOK ANO HELPER
man and woman preferrej, to cook
n logging camp. Apply at Aatortrtn
WANTED A OtRL FOR GENERAL
housework. ' Inquire at Astorlan
WANTED -GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Corner Sd and Front St,
- - ... - 1 1 . 9
WANTED HOARD AND ROOM. IN
private t imlly by gentleman and
wife H. P. O... AMovian
WANTED TO RUNT FURNISHED
house for the somcner, by one who
will take good care of the property.
Address manager Warren Pack. boar Co.,
ROOM Si WANTED,
WANTED 1 OR I FURNISHED
rooms for . housekeeping, in good
neighborhood. Addresa.AstorBsa office.
FOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT
room. ' Cor. Fourth, an Cornmer-laL-,
NICELY FCRNI8HED ROOM FOB
rent. Inqialre at Atsodan office,
HOUSE8 FOR; SALE,
COTTAGER-CORNER LOT; BINE
view. See J. E. Ferguson, Page
CALL FOR BID8.
BIDS FOR A RESIDENCE FOR E. A.
Fiaher, tcV erected on Frai.klln
avenus, will be opened May S; p'.ana
and apeciflcatlens at Architect J.
Wicks' office, Star Theater building
Th owners hve the right to rejett
any or all bide.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUAR
tarmaster. Astoria. Ore.. May 3. 1905
Sealed proposals, lo triplicate will
be received at this offlce until 10
'o'clock a. m., May 18, 1005. for replank
Ing approach to wharf at Fort Co
lumbia, Wash. TJnlted Statea reeerves
the rlaht to relect any or all propos
als. Piano can be seen and specul
cations obtained at this office. Infor
nation furnished on application. En4
vetopee should be marksd 'Troposals
tar ReDalrs" and addressed Captain
Goodale, Quartermaster, Astoria, Ore,
POR SALE REAL ESTATE.
110 CRES OF FIRST CLASS TIM
b. (and for sale, In Pacific county,
near Columbia river. Addreis Box 601
Astoria, Ore. '
?u SALE LOT L BLOCK 14
Adair's Astoria; for particulars write
to J. P. Miller j Onieds, Wash.
MAX STRAEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT
offlce, 685 Bond St. Phone Red 2301
All kinds of help furnlahed on ahort
of Charge. ,
BQUfOaU PARK LOTS. THE MOST
exclusive property at Seaside. Ore.
r.U the raclfle ocean la Oregon's
DrtUlaet swim rmmnr Inf.
a rd Invtset'at !$ to 1U0 each,
jmptlon tavttad. A. Gilbert. Jr.
.FOR SALE HIGH COUNTER,
I about S feet Ions, Apply at Attor
FOR SALE CHEAP-HULL OF THS
schooner Wabfoot, rapacity 401 thou
sand feet of lumber; tight and sound;
aultable for floating wharf or lighter.
Apply to C II. Callndr.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND T COL
umn newipaner outnt; complete ex
cept press; cheap. Inquire at this of
INCUBATOR FOR SALE 400 E003
capacity; also three ISO casaeltj
Brooders; flrst-cuua MndMIs Ai
ress A. Astorlan Office.
FOR BALK STEAM. TUO IN FIRST
class condition; terms reasonable.
suitable for seining- purpeaas, Fot
particulars apply at tills offlwe.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS
Office; ISo par hundred.
WANTED-AT OASTONS , FEED
stitile. No. 105 14th St., Wool mo
hair, hi Op and fure.
DESSOLUTJON OF PARTNERSHIP.
notice. is HEracnv oive.v tiut
tho rrnerHlili hfreiotxre axattuig
oetwfn the undemlun-'d, llrig bunl
new as K.illunkl lc Anilfrenit, lu Aid
erbrook. Cedar mntt, AKtoriu, tt.
has th ha day beve dlimolearl by mutuai
consent.. Jacon Anderane. retiring from
aid Arm, and Atutiw Killunkii eon
tlmilnir In the Iwslnens. All nutat-and-lt
fwoiunt are due nnd Dabble to
the aaid Andrew KttlUutkt. wdlo will
le.y ftml Joes hrirty assume ail the
debtof snld Arm exlaimg to tils dote
Dated at ANtttria. 0n.,.Miy 1 1301
BUSIN D JJECTOUt
And Singing Insttuctlone. Individual
or class iBatructloen. , SpralHl terate ta
classes of three pupils, entering te
gather. Private InB'ructtan at reason
able rat , MR R. E. PA SLAT. No.
177 Exofcange Sts. Phone- Red 2004. '
Mont of he' creiim Is remuaed when
milk is hot 1 lea In aome aatabrishments
who bottle the crearte sepiireJaly. Thua
the make more motwy. We don't hot.
thee milk, but stw llise all cans,
o that ties milk raiwhee you sb-
notnirly pyre. Caooae either morn
ing or nliiht delivery and get Freah
Milk of The SLOOP- JEFFERS CO,
Mth and Duane Sts. .'
Stop On Your Way
To Portland or Seaside opposite the
depot and eat at THE FLAG OYSTER
AND CHOP HOUSE. Good meals,
prompt aervlce. Save money, ttm and
trouble by getttne al) kinds .of .fruit
and canned goods here for your trip. '
; first-class meal
for 15c ; nice cake, cofloej pie, or
ioughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. x 434 Bond St
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
US-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
612 Commercial St.
C. J. TRENCIIARD
Real Eatate, Ineuranoe, Commission
. v and Shipping. ' , ;
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Offioo 133 Ninth Street, Next to Justice
1A PRETTY rACaT f
ibe envied by mare Do not gredge
they their beauty,, while face m swage
by eleoulclty Is to K had at reewenii
abl price. It Is a palnleea and aclen
Ulte' process of beautifying ttto toe.
Oui laenoua Face Cream' and' LeOunf
ald!ye at your home obtain) facet
leaV seawlta. CsU at tHr Beauty Para
lor oaf Mr, Martha, C Ibtroai. Fbcled
lQaettHav Manicuring, and; Uasasa,
K. lof aaao Bt, Astonai-1 A
"" T J". ' " " ' 1 IT'1
Tho. Tired Traveler
Is ever' ateppy to Snd a eemfortabl
stopplBrpasco. Where to put up lattt
prevaiaet1 ojaeatlon after a lent jour
nay. Tea: eaa solve the prowera i
Asterta by solns 9 the ; . ... 1.
Whose genial host, Hr, T. J, Broem-
sar. Is an experienced hotel mew andi
aha an AnrtS 1 tank Kharva ni thlai
popular hoetetBT and has Inaugoratad)
a new feature-Be the house by opatrlnar
the dining roon la connection wlttrtbe
dotal and la meat able to give hls-pat
rons board ana) lodgings, tho best la
Astoria, for II M I1.JI par day. Sat
Rooms at It. te, 71 and 11. FtW
tuas to and frona the hotel
J. T. BROEMSEIU
I BILLIARD HALLS.
Occident Hotel Bar
Tablcs.Ncw arud Everything?
Fi ncjt brand of Uijuorj ami Own
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
FHYBlClAK AND PUltOEOS
Aetlng AaalaMuU Rarfmin
tf.8. Marine liMt.llalHrvIa. '
Mice hours: 10 to U am. 1 to 4:19 p.m.
477 Commercial Street, Ind Floor.
Office Maneoll HUT.' Itwie ltl. k 2011
Die. Hlrlu Kn)dr
Gra.tuatee at X A. a Klrksvlll.
tTI CommerciAi SL. Astoria. Ore
DR. L. BALL,
0C4 Ooeimerciti St Aatorla, Qresoa.
lytlilao DikldisHt, Astoria, Oaegoo.
Dr. W. C. LCX3A$
ITS Commercial Kt , Hhanahaa Duilillog
aa ' '
h Ska, Ba m e-tih
9 11 Alsaf at. BUiBwJ
rsm tiny Ctpsulsi are mpenor
to Balaam of Copaiba.
Cubebi or Injection! indAimu
CURE IN 4S HOURSlJ
the tame dits&tei witlw Va
WOODl woopi' WOOD
Cord wood, mill weed, boa weed, any
kind of wood at lowest prices. Kelly,
the tranefer man. 'Phone 2211 Blsok,
Barn on Twelfth, oppoelte opera
BAY VIEW HOTEL
E. G LASER; Prop. ' .'
jome Cooklnf, Comfortable Btdi.TRawn
sblc Rttti and Nice Treatment.
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