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THE MORNING ASTORIA N, ASTORIA, OREGON.
THURSDAY, JUNI 1, 1905. T
M FASHION LEHEH
voemiseues Are Worn on
f Smart Summer Waists.
-ill SKIRTS ABE VERT FIXL.
Tfcet Jtew Vowa. Ar Drawa oa Ore
Hrad 5allnr Hata Corrrvd fi llk
XrUk Polat Lac Thr Samrarr Girl
Will Be Mark. Brrlbboard.
Chemisettes are to be seen on all the
mart summer, waists. The U shaped
mira are uie uiusi lusuiouaoie. ioey
mrr made of the finest handkerchief
Bnen daintily embroidered and put to
grthcr aa carefully as the finest baby
clothe with tiny headings, laeea and
Insertions. The collars are carefully
imped, and the whole chemisette fas
tens with French loop and lace but
loos. Tiny buds made of brussels net 1
trimming for blouse waists. Out-
v.tke hits the Mine ribbon nufsfi tledTu
a bow lu the center. Yoke ami alm-M
C:tn be cut first and crisscrossed with
tae lace afterward, but the material
must be cut from uuder the lace after
It la sewed on.
The corset cover shown In the cut la
designed to wear under the new tight
fitting bodice, it fasten In the back
and Is trimmed with Insertion aud me
dallions of lac. The material la line
Some of the nrettlost effect In ahlrt
waist suits are to lie seen In chanir.ahl.
silk showing red and green. The skirts
are very full and tucked at the bot
tom, and the waist and sleeves are al
so tucked. These suits are quite In
expensive aud wear beautifully
mrougnout an entire season.
Sailor shapes covered with Irish
point and trimmed with a ruche of
l'hcollar and cult niv aH!i'.;ct
with a blight unvy blue linen. Tin
belt wmlng from either side the back
seams define the figure and disappear
ieneatu the fronts, leaving t!n lattet
free for the display of a pretty lln
gene shirt waist
THE ROYAL BOX.
The most regular visitor to the art
gillerlcs of Lotulou I the Princess of
When the rear of Russia dines out
except It be at the house of a verv in
tlmato friend, he always takes his vhof
to cook his food and. a Is tln ras.
with King Kdward, takes bis own wine
Kaiser Wllhehn ha decreed that In
dies' decollete dresses shall uot be cut
square and that gentlemen not entitled
U wear uniforms shall npcar at court
functions lu white kuec breeches and
Preparation are being made In lead
lug European capitals to receive Em
peror Menellk of Abyssinia,, who Is go
Ing on n tour the coming summer. It 1
ex;eetod that Home, Herlln, Pari and
London will vie with each other In glv
lug the dusky potentate the time of
lining a yoke trimmed with valen
ciennes lace these buds are most at
The almost Impossible task of getting
ore ruuness luto the skirt about the
feet Is accomplished with an embroid
ered ruffle shaped and gathered Into
lair circles which Join at the tins. Tn
ier this ruffle Is another one with all
ttie material plaited into it that can
possibly be managed. Tills plaiting
only shows In between the sections of
the ruffle, but fluffs It out In the ainest
The girl's frock illustrated is of white
India silk. About the bottom of the
tttt are rows of tiny tucks above a
band of white silk braid. The waist
falls from an all over lace yoke In two
double bnx plaits. flanked by several
tda ones. Outlining the yoke are
Qamhr. of the braid trimmed with silk
passementerie. The elbow sleeves fin
ish with a ruffle of the silk and lace.
UP TO DATE LINGERIE.
Charming sets of handmade lingerie
are at hand In the shops ready for the
early summer bride to add to her trous
seaus Handmade underwear is always
tl daintiest, therefore the most ex
pensive to buy. but many charming
pieces of lingerie may be added if the
irfde elect Is clever with her needle.
Regulation bridal sets contain three
jleces, and an extra shirt petticoat Is
The new gowns are made In chemise
tyfe, to be drawn over the head, and
with Tery short or elbow length sleeves.
The new feature Is broderie anglalse
HAT OF HIRST STRAW.
shaded ribbou made full and fluffy
about the crown are simple to make
and very becoiuiug.
Blouse waists this summer are not
the floppy shapeless garmeuts they
were last season. To be smart they
must fit perfectly. The well fitting
waist has no side seams, but the under
arm seam Is curved to the figure, and
the shoulder line curves toward the
back. There Is. of course, no "droop"
at tne waist line, and the nlalts run
from shoulder to belt. The sleeves are
rather large all the way down, and the
cuff, if cuff there be. is deeD or the
sleeve Is put into a band.
The summer girl will be beribboned
to her heart's content For her dressy
white frock she may have several seta
of tiuy ribbon rose wreaths In empire
designs with which to adorn both
skirt and waist. She may also wear
with the same creation a rose boa i
made of soft satin ribbon manipulated I
into roses and sewn thicklv on a foun-1
dation of plaited chiffon. The boa Is
about half a yard long and finishes
with long end of plaited chiffon.
The pretty hat shown in the cut Is
of burnt straw. It turns ud nbruntlv
at the back, where It Is filled in with i
loops of black velvet ribbon and
Gloire de Dijon roses. These roses, to
gether with two soft wings of pale
yellow, form a triuimlne nbout the
crown. Under the brim near the edge
Is an inch wide band of black velvet.
and toward the face are folds of yellow
Many of the small turbans are devel
oped in lljwel'S.
There is one thing to suv for this
year's hats-they have the charm of
White orgaudle Is nuioug the most
fashlouable of thin materials. This airy
fabric Is probably the best ever made
for youthful eveulug gowus.
Most beautiful of the Inexpensive lln
gerle waists are those of embroidered
batiste trimmed with lace. These nr
so sheer and thin that they are usually
made over a silk slip.
One of the new blues Is called saxe
and U very attractive, being softer
than cornflower and less metallic than
turquoise. It is one of the few light
blues which tone well with navy blue.
New York Post.
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Charge.
MAX STRAEL & CO.. EMPLOYMENT
office. 6JJ Bond St. Phone Red 2301.
All kinds of help furnished on short
notice. Call or nhone.
TO WORK IN
Apjly at Astorhui
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
learn watchmaking, engraving. Jew.
eler'a work; only practical working
school tor Jewelers; money mmN
learning. Seattle Watehmuklng & En-
graving school. P. I. 111,1., ju'il-.
0 For Porch and
I Summer Home
.gives that refreshing touch to
the weary and tired person.
Settees, Roman Chairs, Hall
racks, etc., etc.. Step in and ex
amine the line.
Did you buy that Chocolate set
WANTED ENE1UJET10. TRl'ST-
worthy man or woman to work In
leKOii, representing large manufac-
tiring company; salary, 40 to liio per
month, paid weekly; exi'Mises ad
vanced. Address, with stump, J, .
Moore, Astoria, ore.
ONE FIRM HAD THREE I
X Answers to a Help Wanted Ad- !!
X vertlsemeut In One Day. Anrri t
x "ere lu before noon. One acnll. f
X Kt the job, a'clerkshlp ln" t
--"i "jj.l'jjl01!!!."! Atrtw. J J
I DAILY 7,000 READERS
PORTLAND, ORE. ,
Finest Hotel In the Northwest.
SITUATION WANTED AS Kl It EM AN
Address II. D As'.orlan OtlW.
C. J. TUEXCI1ARI)
Rsal Estate, Insurance, Commission
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Offioe 133 Ninth Street, Neat te Juttioe
BAY VIEW HOTEL
. G LASER, Prop.
dome Cooking. ComfoHablt Bdi, Kuma
bli Rate sad Nice Trutnwnt.
csirl wants position as wait- I
ress In hotel or restaurant. Address l Occident Hrtl Rar
j. u., AHlM'liin litllee.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENTLARGE FRONT RnoM;
fire and electric light; Jlnest view In
Ity. Address l A.. Astorlan.
(EL Billiard Hall.
Tables New dnd Hvcrythiug
; Fined liramls of Liquors anl ("ij;au
HOT WEATHER MODES.
Sleeves are petting smaller even"
week and all semblance of drooD at
the wrist has vanished. The fullness,
what there la of It, comes from the
With all the changes going on In
styles skirts remain almost the same.
For every day wasbtub gowns the
new five gored pattern Is the best to
WANTED 2 OR 3 FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping In good
neighborhood. AJdress.Astorlan ottlce.
The Tired Traveler
la ever happy to find comfortable
stopping place. Where to put up It the
prevalent question after a Ion Jour
ney. You can aolve the oroblem In
AetorU by going to the
Whoso gonial host. Mr. T. J. Proem
er. Is an experienced hotel man and
who on April 1 took charge of this
popular hostelry and has Inaugurated
a new feature to the houe by opening
the dining room in connection with the
hoU and Is now able to give his pat.
rons board and lodglnge, the best In
Astoria, for II and' l.:i pr day. 8at
Rooms at 2J. to. 75 and It. Fre
'bus to and from the hotel.
J. T. BROEMSER.
WANTED AT tiASTO.VS FEED ; Makes estimates and executes order.
stables. No, 105 Hth St., Wool mo- jfor all kinds of electrical Install. ng and
hair, hides and furs.
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
2 HORSES, WEIGHT 200 I'ltrNDS;
true pullers; would le suitable for
s tiling; price. $IJ0; for further par
ticular v;ite it otll on Win. Mm'oI-
lam, Mayger, Or-.
repairing. Supplies in Stock. We sell
the celebrated SHELBY LAMP.
H. W. Cyrus, Munagi-r.
428 BOND ST. PHONE 1161
CX Commercial Street., AXorl
A LOUIH STYLE COItSET COVEB.
trimming applied as a yoke. Many of
the chemise gowns have V shaped
yokes in front which round in the back,
whence the fullness alls. Entire
aleeves cut bell shaped to the elbow are
made of the broderie. Both the sleeves
and yoke are run with wash ribbon.
The yoke Is attached to the nainsook
akirt with narrow beading, which alsa
holds the shirt seams together.
Another pretty yoke is made with
strips of fine sheer nainsook crisscross
ed with half Inch wide val lace in
sertion. The yoke and sleeves are edg
ed with val beading. I'Jhbon Is run
through 'ie beading on the sleeves and
C::ts:.-1 at tLe c!l:.i- wlfh Imws rn
All the Latest Attractions From the
Week Reglnuing May 2'.i.
FOR RALE HIGH COUNTER,
about g feet long. Apply at Astor
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND 7 COL-
umn newspaper outfit; complete ex
cept prss; cheap. Inquire at this of
Matinee Dally at 2:45 P. M.
INCURATOR FOR 8ALE-4')0 EGCS1
capacity; also three 100 capacity 1
brooders; first-class condition. Ad
dress A. Astorlan OnVe.
The Troy Laundry
The only white labor laund-y in the
city. Does the beit work at reaeonabte
pncee and is in every way wcrthy of
10th and DUANE Sts., Phon, 1991.
ANDREW - ASP,
Having Imtalled a Rubber Tiring
Machine of the latest pattern I am
prepared to do all kinds of work al
12th and Duan( Sti.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS
Office; 2c per hundred.
from good, clean, healthy cows
EITHER MORNING or NIGHT doliv.
SCOW BAY IRON and
Mv:Uf.irtUrl f Ir,,n hj
ltl Old ItlOll CAtl!,jt,
' '"' -'I F'Uimti yiii. n in, !
t":niimk.-.s. Ab.u.,.y n,.,,.
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Phone 2451. 18th and Franklin.
(THE SLOOP-JEFFERS CO., loth ami
America's Greatest Acrobata
MONTGOMERY & CANTOR
r.l'RTON I'ELL RINGERS
Melody Made From M'4t;t
use. It Is HlIffhtlT cathered at the
back and sides and has a deep Spanish
flounce quite straljjhL but not very full.
This flounce Is tucked and has a wide
hem at the foot line. It Is mounted
to the upper part of the skirt with
gathers or with a heading of embroid
ery or heavy insertion.
For thin narrow materials u circular
skirt top is preferred. A deep circular
flounce is aewed to this foundation, on
which are any number of smaller ruf
fl. Princess frocks are to be soen on
ninny of the best models of handker
chief linen and batiste. They aro
Hi ked to lit Into the waist line and
t:-i;!:::i"d w!!h laco and designs In fine
i. i.'rl embroidery.
'ei,,, r,t,.0, (, nf w.ij0 nnn
A. J. ELWELL
"Always in the Way"
Tom, Tom, the Piper's .Son
Clown Sldn y
DO NOT ENVY
Your friend's beauty.. Come in and let
us tell you ho we breautify the face
by electricity.. HAIR DRESSING f.i
all occasions. j
and cured meats
lent results. Call at the Deauty Par- I -Wbolewiiciiml IUtil-
lor of Mrs. Martha C. Peterson. Facial ' rl,-. , . ... .
Electrician, Manicuring and Massage j8h""' Lo"'"B C 'nd M'
No. HZ Duane Ft, Astoria, pl,ed 00 8ho,t Not,et-
j Live Stock Bought and Sold.
j CHRI8TEN5EN & CO.
Central Aleat Market
li. W. Morton & Jnu. I uliman, ?top'$.
WOOD! WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mill wood, boa wood, any
hind of wood at lowest prloes. Kelly,
lh transfer man. 'Phone 2211 Blaok,
Barn en Twelfth, epposlu open
HERMOSA PARK LOTS, THE MOST
exclusive property nt Fenslde. Ore.
Facing the Pacific ocean In Oregon's
prettiest summer resort, thos lots are
a good Investment at l.r,0 to $330 each.
Inspection Invited. A. Gilbert. Jr.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHV.SIC1AN AND HUUOEOX
l". s. Murine M.h.ui1 wei vice.
OfflM hours; 10 to II a.m. 1 to 4:10 p.m.
477 Commercial 8trt, 2nd Floor,
Admission, Any Seat. 10 tents.
,CIi' I'-KS-r .it;.;s;i A.'l 8 ALT
MEA'i'.S - i Hi iMPT DELIVERY.
WE WANT TO DOUBLE
THE "HOW" OF IT
WILL INTEREST EVERYBODY,
WHETHER THEY NOW READ THE
PAPER OR NOT.
WE ARE GOING TO MAKE THE
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or class Instructions. Special terms v 1
classes of three pupils, entering to
gether. Private Instruction at reason
able rates. MRS. R. E. PA SLAY, No.
477 Exchange St., Phone Red 2054.
Dr. Kho.Uc.llLW I r. J. t soy,!.
om.-e Man.e rsl-l. M.one J!ck jncj
Piicn, Main 321 673 Co.nmwvl;.! St.. Astoria, or,-.
In this age of keen competition a
Business Education Is an indispensable
adjunct to lh' ambitious young man or
young woman who wishes to succeed
In business life. V have the reputa
tion of being the LEADING BUSINESS
COLLEGE ON THE PACIFIC COAST.
OUR GRADUATES ARE ALL EM
PLOYED -Our teachers are nil orac
tlcal men and sp-clallsts In their par
tlcular lines. If you are thinking of
attending Ruslriess College you cannot
afford to Ignore the
J Steams Building. Portland, Oregon.
Stop On Your Way" DR. T. L. HALL.
I To Portland or Seaside opposite the DENTIST
depot and eat at THE FLAG OYSTER 5:'4 Commer. i,.! w a i ,x
AND CHOP HOUSE. Good meals, """'"l Ht Astoria, Oreson.
piompt ervlc. Save money, tlm and
trouble by gettln- all klmU of frull Dk. VALtGI1AX
and canned goods here for your trip .. '
FIRST-CLASS MEAL Pytulaa BuHJing, Astoria. Oregon,
for 15c; nice cake, cofleo, pio, or Dr. W. C. LOGAN '
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur- DENTIST
IBondSt i78 Commercial 8t.,Bh,nah.n Baildiog
BEST 15 CENT MEAL. -
You can always find the best SEND IN YOUR NAME
15-cent meal in tho city at the IVOW Cni Tlir
Rising Sun Rostaurant. nU" fUK C
612 Commercial St. MORNING ASTORIAN