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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1905)
.THUAIOAY, MAY 11,. IMS.
LORD AND MASTER
Woman's Opinion of Man as an
Expert Entertainer. ,
CO NQT LIKE TO BE BOSSED
Hard' Work Pulls Man Down and
; Worry Makes Lift Unpleasant for
i Women, .Says Maud Robinson, Who
Evidently Hat Had Esperisnce.
i R's funnr how sonie women enjoy
tattling their matrimonial chains
abat every one ran take notice. It is
a if they cried, "Behold me, Lie glare
Who enjoys Jtr
f The fan of the thing Is that half the
time the supposed lord tod master Is a
tnild little man. Incapable of dictating
So a mosquito. Instead of the terrible
Tie who most be obeyed" they rep re
sent him to be.
Td like to, yen, Terr much, but Char
Be wouldn't let me!" one often hears
these self made slaves remark, where
as the truth Is that Charlie wouldn't
ear a hang either way. ,
But sometimes a man really is a
, Usually, however, the woman has
herself to blame for that
I A friend of mine, a great big stun
ting girl, married a little bit of a man
with a nasty, critical way about him.
as small men often have, and a very
exaggerated Idea of his own Impor
tance and opinions. Before ber mar
riage ah Was Independence' personl-
ted, but since then she doesn't breathe
Without his permission. He criticises
everybody and everything', and she
'Simply has no will of her own." It Is
almost ridiculous for this great, eplen
iSld, clever woman to see, life only
through the eyes of this wizened up
Specimen of manhood who has not the
road outlook of an ordinary man, eyen,
tie tells" her exactly what she shall do
, and exactly wEaf abe.ejptfl wear. Be
prca'goes wrea the list of her lifelong
friends and weeds out those be does
fnk fancy. And she calmly acquiesces
rrgardlesslf past favors and tie. . "
It is Just as if she realised his small
Bess ami meanness and wanted to give
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him more than the ordinary amount of
respect and all that sort of thing In
order to exalt h!m in her own eyes and
in those of her friends..
But the really strong man doesn't
care for that sort of slavlshness on bis
wife's part, and he doeitn't need It
I know of several girls who are in
rlted around merely because their con
versatlon is cheerful and not personal.
When tou come right down to It the
number of wemen who can really tall
well is woefully small. Why wiu wo
men dwell on themselves, their trou
Uea and difficulties 1 Men don't do
that, and men have their share of the
world'sknocksyeg, jnqeeq: let now
KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED.
Tts (tarint Weartac et a Hat Prose
gates DssT Carats.
There are' many men who wear theit
lut. nncticiny all the time when awake
and are blessed with a heavy shook ol
lair; ret It the scalps of these same mer
encs became Infested With dandruft
nr.i the naraalte would multiply a)
the quicker for lack of air. Baldnesi
would ensue as the final result New
tr', "nrnlr.d kills these germs snt
stimulates unhealthy hair to ebundani
growth. Herplclde is a pleasant hah
dressing as well as a dandruff cure and
contains not an atom of Injurious sub
case. Sold by leading- drostfuts. Send
ate. ta stamps for sample to ins eery
fife Co.. Detroit, lii?-
15t Drug Store, 151-ISI Bond St,
1 Owl Drag Store, (41 Com Bt, T. F.
laarla, Pro p. "Special Agent"
many meu" woff!S1crifivneT oufif Biey
did nothing but talk shop and wonder
whether Joues was going to close that
deal tomorrow or if the tailor would
make that coat collar fit better in the
oacs - ,
rerhaps who knows! It Is this very
ability to throw off cares which allows
men to accomplish so much more than
As a rule. It is bard work that pulls
a man down, while it is almost lnvarl.
ably worry that givba a woman aerr
ous prostration, ? rv
Too Much Hostess.
' There Is such a thing as entertain
Ing one's guests to death," remarked
the popular woman. "Nothing makes
me so nervous as a visit to a house
where every day has been planned out
beforehand. I feel as If sn Invisible
arm were pushing me all the time, and
I want to sit down, figuratively speak
ing, in my tracks like a balking horse,
"That sort of thing Is all right for
a children's party, where complications
are apt to aria if the children's atten
tion is not kept distracted all the time,
but the average . adult wants some
blanks in her day that she can fill o
suit her own fancy. She is even gh i
of a chance to lounge around a bit, o
lead a book or merely to have a heart
to heart talk and become better ac
quainted. Try taking it easier whc
yon have people at the house, and, be
lieve me, they will enjoy their ristt
much more, MAUD ROBINSON.
WIVES WHO ARE CHUMS.
ley Sever Ask the Editor of the
Wtui1! Paare Fr Ad vie.
Why are so many marriages failures?
Because the bride and groom have no
Astes In common.
A man marries a girl because she is
pretty; a girl marries a man because
be has a good income or a good appear,
knee. After they settle down together
what remains? He likes to read; ahe
wants to go out all the time. He Is 1
lerested In athletics, ahe In poetry. She
ioves opera,-and he won't go Inside a
theater unless to hear a comedy, and
rery often he has a sense of humor
ind she baa none at all. . 1
This last Is positively a tragedy. '
If men would realise bow necessary
i sense of humor Is in awemsn they
TEC WOT WHO MAKES A SCENE, (
would certainly look for It more care
fully before committing themselves,
rhe trouble with most men is that they
make too many allowances for the dif
ferences ' between men and women.
They think because a girl can't under
jtand It Is because she Is a woman. tit
is not. It Is because she is the wrong
woman. There is a right kind of wom
in for every man, and she will have
the same tastes as be has; she will
laugh at the same things and cry at the
That is being a real chum, and It
the married chums who lead happy
Most women have no Idea of the
meaning of being chums. A husband
tries to tell his wife things, and he
ves up in despair because be thinks
that being a woman, she can't under
hand (which Is a libel on womanhoods
or she makes a scene when things
lon't go her way Instead of stating her
objections quietly and giving him good
The papers are full of lovelorn wives
asking for advice, and the advice Is
very simple. It Is the same for all:
"Be his chum; be sunny and cheerful;
forget your petticoats occasionally and
four narrow prejudices; be a friend to
Sim as his men friends are; share his
rrotible and, above all, his point of
t lew; like tbe things be likes and take
ileasure In the things which amnne
ilm, and I am almost willing to wager
verythlng I have that he will Itke yonr
hlngs and think everything you do Is
inst about right in tne en a.
' ITEI.EN CLIFTON.
a Rival's Rabid Retort.
Pretty Glrl-l'm engaged to Mr. Da
Envious Rival I am astonished.
"I thoneht vou would be."
"Yes. Everybody said be wu so
nsshful that only an experienced wld
ow could bs,j him'-New York Ileraid.
Beautify your complexion with little
out. If you wish a smooth, clear,
ream-like complexion, rosy cheeks,
liughlng eyes, take Hollisfr's Rocky
fountain Tea, greatest beautlfler
known. 35 cents. Frank Uart'S drug
SuKlMER DINING, ROOM.
Haw rwraUtt It laeseaatvelr
mmi Vet Artistically.
Dining room furniture la expensive,
nnd the furnishing of the summer
bouse is apt to be a heavy considera
tion. Why not adopt the following plan?
Buy some neatly shaped pine chairs
nnd a table and stain them a soft
Flemish green. In the center of the
table have an old rose jardiniere hold-
A OOTTAOR VVilXa BOOM.
Ing a fern. The floor may be covered
with a green art square, and the wood
work of the room may likewise be
stained the same tone of green.
Notice the room In the picture. How
artistic and yet bow simple It is! The
fireplace is a good thing In the dining
room of a summer house on account of
chilly mornings and evenings. Bits of
green and white china will add to the
decorative effect The casement win
dow is the making of the room, and It
Is hung very simply with dimity cur
tains. Any woman might have a din
ing room like this for a very small sum.
R. DE LA BAUME.
Ta RataJsi Taata aaa Activity.
The determination to bold fast to all
roe's power and keep going, the re
usal to give down and coddle oneself,
srlll keep man or woman yonng and a
A Psalaa ( Faraa Life.
Tell me not tn broken meanures.
Modern farrolns dues not par,
For a (arm produces chickens.
And tbe hens do Ihey not tayT '
Ess are hl(h and going htcher.
And the price Is soaring (ait;
Every time we get to market
It Is higher than the last.
Kot a coop but It produces
Every day an eg or two.
Bo each farmer gains till millions,
Even though the hens be few.
Every esg Is very prwlous.
And the bens are held hi awe.
When a hen begins to cackle, .
Then the fanner goes "Haw, haw!"
In the broad and buiy farmyard
Struts a rootir now and then.
But the ihrewd. brwhlakerid farmer
' Only nutlets the hen.
Tniit no roomer, howe'er iihowjr
Be the feetheri In hi" tall;
Pay attention to the Md(ll .
And ur wealth will never fall.
Lives of farmers ell remind us
We may roll In wtalth wime day
If we hnxli to the market
With the efrgs our pullet ly.
Celsred for Action.
When the body Is cleared for action,
hr Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can
tell it by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eye; the
firmness of the flesh and muncles; the
buoyancy t-t the mind. Try them. At
Chas. Rogers' drug store, 25 cents.
A Hat That's Good
And a Hat That's
That's The Hat
We have Ladies' Hats in
many styles and at prices to
fit any purse. We trim ana
MRS. A. JALOFF, Prop.
STAR THEATER BLDG,. ASTORIA.
Tou will enjoy serving tea from
one of our many styles of tea
pots. They are pretty and very
serviceable, some are quite
dainty and will please the most
Won't you stop in and exam
ine the line? They range in
price from 20 cents to $1.25 each.
fX Commercial Street, Alitor!
First Insertion, One Ccn a Word.
One Week, Each Line, 30c,
Two Weeks, Each Line, 43c, 1,
One Month, Each Line, 75c, .
Astorian Free Want Ads.
Anyone Desiring a Situation can Insert an Advertisement la this Column
of Three Lines two lime Ires
MEN WANTED AT PORT STEVENS
to clear land; 13 per day. Loren
Seward, Ft. Stevens, Ore.
HOT WANTED TO WORK IN
printing office. Apply at Astorkui
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM IN
private timlly by gentleman and
wife H. P. A..,' Astorian
WANTED TO BENT FURNISHED
house foe the summer, "by one who
will take wood care of the property.
Address manager Warren Packing Co.,
WANTED J Oil I FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping In good
neighborhood. AJdress.Astorlon office.
TWO HOUSEKKEI'INU ROuMS,
furnished. US 10th t
FOR RENT ROOMS.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
rent. Inqulrs at Atsorlnn ofTlce.
WANTED AT GASTON'S FEED
stable. No, 105 "Itth St.. Wool mo
hair, hides and furs.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE - niOH COUNTER.
about 8 feet long. Apply at Astor
FOB SALE CHEAP HULL OK THE
schooner Webfoot. capacity 400 thou
sand feet of lumber; tight and sound;
suitable for floating wharf or lighter.
Apply to C. II. Callender.
FOIt SALE SECOND-HAND 7 COL
umn newspaoer outnt; complete ex
cept press; cheap. Inquire at this of
INCUBATOR FOIt SALE 400 EUQS
cspaclty; also tares 100 capacity
brooders; first-class condition. Ad
dress A. Astorian Office.
FOR SALE STEAU TUO IN FIRST-
class condition; terms reasonable;
suitable for seining purposes, ror
particulars spply at this office.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS
Office; J5c per hundred.
MAX STRAEL & CO.. EMPLOYMENT
office. S35 Bond St. Phone UeJ 2301.
AH kinds of help furnished on short
notice. Call or phone.
FOUNDA OILLNET ABOUT 110
feet long In Tongue Point eddy on
nu-n.r pan have same bv ldetltl-
1U1.1, vi " . i . - - -
fying propny and paying chnrgeA
Call on Harold Alne, 1802 Harrison
;fvnu. Astoria. Ore.
Electricity in your body is a sign of
health. EVctildty applied to, any
part l th body will produce healt'.i.
With our Electric lUdlutor we appiy
It to the head or face. A shave and
face massage with the new apparatus,
50 cents. Scalp treatmvnt, 25 cents.
Five expert barbers. Porcelain baths.
All at the Occident Bsrbsr Shop, Occi
dent Hotel Bldg.. A. E. Peterson, Prop.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR UP-
ner stricture of the new St. Marys
hospital. plans and specifications can'
be seen at the office of tne arcniteci ai
St. Mary's hospital; all bids to be In
on or before May II; right Is resTvea
to reject any or all bids. ;
CALL FOR BIDS.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUAH-
.rrftsjiter. Astoria, Ore., May s.
Sealed proposals, fn triplicate will
he received, at this office until 10
o'clock a. m., May 18, 1005, for replank.
Ing approach' to wharf at Fort Co
lumbia, Wash, United States reserves
the right to reject any or an propos
als. Plans can be seen ana specm-
catlons obtained at this office. Inror
mHnn fumlsheJ on application. En
velopes should be marked "Proposals
fr neDalrs" and addressea uapiain
jaoodale, Quartermaster, Astoria, Or.
01 Charge,' v., '
OESSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,
NOTICE 13 HKRElir tlfVE.V THAT
the partnership heretofore exU:n
between the undmslgn'M, doing busi
ness as Ksllunkt A Anderson, In AM
erbrouk, Cedar stroet. Astoria, Ore.
haa tltla .1am tu.n ,tla,k1f.t K t, ,t.i,ii.,l
..... ...- w. ....
connvw, jucuo APiiron retiiing rrom
mid firm, and Andrew Rullunki con
tinuing; In the busliteos. All ouut.ml
ing accounts are due and payable to
the s.ild Andrew K.UIunkl. who will
ly and Je herehy ttum all the
debts of sail firm existing tt t'U d.tie
lHiled at AstorU, Ore., lUy ), IW5.
And Singing Instruction. Individual
or class Instructions. Special terms to
classes of three pupils, entering to
gether. Frivste Instruction at reason
sbls rates. MRS. R. E. PASLAT, No.
(77 Exchange St.. Phone Red 2054.
STRICT LAW referring to the purity
of milk are bimj enforced everywhere.
Tou need hav no fAr about the qmil
I y of the milk wv serve you. It's pur
nnd fresh. Choose elth.r morning or
night delivery and get Fresh Milk of
THE 8LOOP-JEFFERS CO. 10th and
Stop On Your Way
To Portlsnd or Sewrtds opposite the
depot and eat at THE FLAO OTST1CR
AND CHOP HOUSE. Good msaUt
prompt service. Rave money, time and
jirouoie vy gruin" ail sina Ol trull
ana csnnra goous- nrs tor your trip.
for l")c;.iiice cake, coireo.l pio, or
doughnuts, 6c, at U. S. Ilestnur
BEST lo CENT MEAL.
Vou cnu ulwajs fiii'l t!ie lwst
15-cvnt infill in the city at Uio
Rising Sua IU-Htaumtit,
612 OoiHiniTciul St.
0. J. TUKNCIIARI)
Rssl Eststs, Instiranes, Commission
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Office 133 Niath at rest, Nsxt to Justlo
A8T0KIIA, OREGON! : '
, , WOOD YARDS,
..- . '" "" :.' . 1
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD
Cord wood, sil weed, ben wood, any
kind of weed at lowest prices. Kelly,
ths translsr man. 'Phons 2211 Black,
Bsrn en Twelfth, opposite opera
HERMOSA PARK LOTS, T HE M03T
exclusive property nt Seanlde. Ore.
Facing the Pacific ocean In Oregon's
prettiest summer resort, these lots are
a gootf investment at I1G0 to 1330 each.
Inspection ; invltedV " A. Gilbert Jt:.
Occident Hotel Bar
(a Billiard Hall. ,
fables New and Everything
Finejt brands of Liquors and Cigan
A PRETTY FACE
Is envied by many. Do not grudge
others their beauty, while face massage
by electricity is to be had at a reason
able price. It Is a painless and sclen
tide process of beautifying ths face.
Our famous Face Cream and Lotions
aid you at your borne to obtain excel
lent results. Call at the Beauty Par-
lor of Mrs. Martha C. Peterson, Facia)
Electrician, Manicuring and Massage
No. MS Duane St., Astoria.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D. f
rilYBlClAN AND Nl'HOKON ,
Aellng Awlsiaut Burgeea K
U.S. Marias llotfllalMervlec.
Offioe hours; II to II a.m. 1 to 4tl9 p.BV
1 477 Commercial Street, Ind floor. V
Dr. BUotlaC. llleks.
r 'Y OSTEOPATH
Office Msnsell Hid.' ' ITntne Illnih :o5
?l cemmerelitl IH,' Asterla, Ore.-
DR. T. L. BALL,
J24 CrtininerciaJ Ht Astorls, Ureson,
Pythlso DulKling, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. LOGAN
m Commercial St., Hhanaltan BuUJIog
BAY VIEW HOTEL
E. GLASER, Prop.
Jcim CeoUnl Cemfcrtsbls Bil.IUin
able RiUi snd.Nks Tftatmeai
The Tired Traveler
is ever happy to And a comfortable
stopping place. Where to put up Is the
prevalent question after a long Jour
ney. Tou can solve tbe problem lu
Astoria by going to the
Whose genial host, Mr. T. J. Rroem-
ser, la an experienced hotel man and
who on April 1 took charge of this
popular hostelry and has Inaugurated
a new feature to the house by opening
the dining room In connection with the
hotel and Is now able to give his pat.
rons board and lodgings, the beat lo
Astoria, for II and I Ml per day. Eat-
Rooms at It, 10, 71 and 11.' Free
buss to and from ths hotel.
J. T. BROEMSER.
Saaaaj Mm aatlaa af avar MS
frew, t S4tmr eavi kM
lh f aalnil
mm him. HMaaia at af Ika amy wrM ttr
tanuei raswa. Ablauts
The C Gee Wo Cthcst ISeSdac Ok
a lu AMsr la.
These tiny Capsulsi are supertoi
to Bslum of Copaiba I
Cobebi oi Injections snrlmMI
CURE IN 48 H0URSUj
tho ime dneaies wiuv I
5'rf nil nrurftft
of them all on "baseball hoods."
"Spauldlngs,," the magic name makes
all the difference because Spauldlng's
policy Is first of all to nutke a good
article, with Just a fair profit to them
selves and the dealer no Jobber and
charge the same everywhere. If a
dealer raises the price he loses the
agency. No 200 per cent profit as
dealers In cheap goods make. Then
Spauldlng guarantees everything to be
Just as represented , or money back.
Bpauldlng'a goods are the only "of
flolal" goods manufactured. 8e the
showj window, '
J. N. GRIFFIN
Shew window full of thsm. !
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