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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1906)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, loofl.
HIE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
OUR FASHION LETTER
Spring Skirts Are to Be Elabo
1 ratcly Trimmed.1
SOMfc NUYtLlltS IN BUI IU.)
Heavy Gold Bangles as Engagement
Bracelets New Skirts With Pan
els Back and Front rretty
Model in Blue Velvet.
The spring skirts will be very niuoh
trimmed and lu so many ways that one
tyle will not prevail. Some of these
klrta show plain, graduated or wavy
line of applique In bias silk, satin or
braid. Whatever It be, tuck or ribbon,
It must be very much in evidence. Per
Jfndlcular trimmings are to be It
VAXIS MODE. OOWX.
rigue, and tunic or double skirt,
fiuqret and occasional draperies and
loer flounces assert themselves.
Jrher are charming buttons In the
sJbops, queer shaded ones, almost white
af onewd and deepening Into all sorts
of darvioloriugs In the center. They
look for all the world like the semi
precious stones called tiger's eyes.
Heavy gold bangles are wonderfully
papular as engagement bracelets with
tjjrls who have not announced the fact
M bracelet is nuuh less telltale than
tie Inevitable solitaire.
Ji number ofibe, newest skirts have
panels down tiie front and back.
.(Smart little business suits are made
of dark green and blue plaids. When
trWmed with black 'lira Id and a touch
of red the effect is chic and attractive.
oo have at least one big loose coat
veil made and trimmed has become
(most a necessity in most wardrobe
Empire coats, loose effects, snare hon
ors witU tiie fur iined affair with
Jr.ctilliara-that turn .uuiibouLike, ears.
Cashmere, drap dete, heurletta and
batiste wool are being used by the best
. tailors for suits.
,, The short walsted jacket seen In the
cut is of quite the newest Parisian
cult The plaits art held In place with
a bend of the cloth braided to match
the rest of the trimming on the jacket.
He skirt is full and long.
,. Always effective is a bow of black
velvet in the hair, provided it suits the
wearer, This bow Is coming Into vogue
again and will be worn with the all
Perfectly fascinating are the sets of
coat, muff and bonnet designed for wee
tots of three and four, either entirely
TART AS I'LAIU HBE8S.
of fur or combined with other mate
rials. A set of gray squirrel is par
ticularly effective. ir-
One of the prettiest models in darl;
blue velvet lain: its full skirt ,urrauge
An u succession of box plaits thin 'ii-
iuiujiie y foot or tivo from the bolluiii
of Qif.' Iklrt, where dwi nom niaaao
a finish. (Julie short Is the plaited bo
lero, with Its band of embroidered sil
ver braid going around the edge hiiJ
up the straight fronts. The bolero Ik
without collar or rovers, ami the full
short sleeves are box plaited above the
The erase for tiusel ami glitter baa
resulted In moss rose buda of sold or
liver cloth costing nearly $2 apiece.
Very tip to date Is the little tot's drew
I of tartan plaid herewith Illustrated
Plaits arc ct In from the shoulders to
j the hem, and the out out neck and
1 laced cap sleeves arc adorned with
bunds of dark red face cloth. The belt
Is of red kid.
FACTS AND FANCIES.
The new spring handkerchief linen
shirt waists of Parisian design will be
ornamented with a pair of wings em
broidered no revs s the whole front and
another pair across the back. This Is
rather a startling decoration, but Is
thought to be very smart
Braided lingerie blouses are among
the fashionable new exhibits. The waist
BODICS Or 6 POTTED SIT,
la of flue linen worked in an effective
pattern with coronation braid. Small
motifs of lace are Introduced among the
The three-quarter sleeve Is smarter
than the elbow length and Is seen on
all the handsomest high necked dinner
gowns. It must be cut off at the right
angle and finished with a cuff.
The new coat sleeve are just large
enough to comfortably accommodate
the sleeves worn under them. They do
not sag and are plaited, puffed or gath
ered to fit the outline of the upper arm.
From Paris come some charming sat
in bats. .Ka elaborate model, known aa
the Huguenot. Is made of gray or
mauve satin trimmed with a trio of os
trich tips and gartered with old silver
ribbon, a bow of similar ribbon being
placed niuler the feathers.
Nothing more effective has been seen
In the millinery world for some time
than the flower toques, which are really
a revival of the floral hats and bonnets
worn years ago. These toques consist
merely of a Imckram shape covered en
tlrely with tiny flowers set close to
gether. White violets are the flowers
most n.ed, and the shape turns up
slightly at the left side and Is finished
off with a la ree white osprey.
The evening bodice Illustrated Is of
spotted net. The round neck Is out
lined with a tiny plaiting of net A
spray of eh iff on flowers appllquert
across the front Is the only decoration.
The puffed sleeves end with frllllngs of
lace and net.
FRIBBLES OF THE DAY.
Chiffon and chiffon velvet are com
bined most attractively In theater
toilets. One very dainty frock of
this character made for a debutante is
of all white with waist of velvet and
lace, while the skirt Is of chiffon boi
CASHMEIiB BOVn FEOCK.
dered with velvet. The bodice is very
simply made with deep transparent
yoke of line lace and tho velvet loosely
draped across the bust The sleeves
are slashed open down the center and
filled in with lace, and a cuff of. the
same finishes the elbow. There la no
Black and white Btrlped gauze Is be
ing made up Into fetching toilets over
white ellk foundations.
A pretty fashion has Just arrived
tiam tAfia nod U Lbinfl! ad anted ez
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See. SECOND HAND DONKEY ENGINES
for sale, suitable for logging and
hoisting purposes. For description and
price apply to F. D. Kuettner, Astoria,
WANTED Small furnished houe. Ap
ply to C. W. Stone. 5t
HORSES FOR HIRE,
GOOD SADDLE HORSE FOR HIRE BY
hour or day. Apply at Astoriaa
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
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rooms for housokosping or small
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will be received at this othci: until
11 Vlock a. m. March 2.1, I'Jtifl, and
then publicly opened, for furnishing and
installing pyninatic apparatus at Fort
Columbia, Wa-h. Full information will
le furnished wi application to this
nflifp, and at the office of the Quarter
master, Fort Columbia, Wash. The
United State reserve the right to ac
cept or reject any or all lids or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be indorsed: "Pro
posals for gymnastic apparatus, Fort
Columbia, Wa-h.", and addressed to the
Chief Quartermaster, Vancouver Bar
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tensively In this eountry-lhat of har
monizing the hat with the coat or wrap.
Tiny round torjues or caps of fur are
among the newest millinery. A bunch
of violets o other flowers Is the only
Cashmere goes Into the construction
of the charming house gown Illustrat
ed. The front of the skirt forms a
double box plult, held wllh handsome
buttons. Tho bodice Is gracefully
draped over a deep yoke of Irish point
lace. The sleeves have cuffs of the
same lace. JUDIC CIIOLLBT.
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Qurge.
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Eastern and Shoalwater Hay Oysters
Steaks, Chops, Etc.
Open day and night
11th St., next to Scully's cigar itoie
for 15c; nice cuke, coftee, io, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 43 1 Bond St
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
16-cont meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
C. J. TRKNC1IARI)
Real Estate, Ineuranoe, Commission
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Office 1M Ninth Street, Next te Justlos
The Troy Laundry
Tha only whit lobar laynoVy In tho
elty. Dos tho boot work at reasonable
priooa and Is W ovory way worth of
your p atroflago.
lOtti and DUANt Stv, fh 19S1.
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PHYSICIAN AND M'HUKON
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NOSE AND THROAT
S05 Ortgoalaa Building.
PORTLAND .... OREGON
DR. SHODA C HICKS
Offlce ManssU U1J. pbone Black I9l
171 Commercial St. Astoria, Ore,
DR. T. L. HALL,
&24 Commercial St Astoria Oreaon.
Pythian Huililinii, Astoria, Orin.
Dr. W. C LOGAN
678 Oommercial St.. Hbanatian BuildlnR
PIimmI Hotel In tho North.
f st oe
S. Dellinger Co.
of All Kinds of
Corner Commercial and 10th Street
WANTED -TIIItEK Ml'SIO l'Ul'HA
)n.iili at Asturtan ofllw.
MANDOLIN I.KSNONS (IIVKN-MHS.
C. D. Stswart, 127 Seventh strert.
Dr. C. GEE WO
Formerly localel 2(W
Aider Rrecl: lr the
.j it i ui.t
pant nve ycars.ui r.
I(IV1lI) Into tlis
i Isr brick building
'4f' i the xmth ttMKt cor
ner of First and Morriami Htreets. En
trance No. ltti front Ht.
Successful Home Treatment
t)r. (Ur. WO la known llimiitliout tk
(Tnlled SUIM, anil la railed tit Orrl Cblniwn
Vonlor 011 mvoiuit of tila wonrtirrul turn
wiilitml aid of knlN, wllhoul tulng
Hla4n or driia of iiy SI ml. H trraU any
and ftll illwun with Hiwnrnil orloiiUl root v
hnrba, tmrlia, snd vUbl"t that r mi- -known
to mrdtral aclrniHi In Uila country,
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dint liPUrftiitmi to euro
CsUrrh, Aithma, Lung Trasok Rhumtiim,
NrvouiMM, Stomach, llvtr, Kldnsy, ftmali
VulkMU and tit Chronic DInsmi.
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mulling Ixiok mid rlrrular. Addrraa,
Th C- 0( Woo ChlntM Midklns Co.,
No. 161 1.2 prst St, IC. Cor. Morrlwn.
MKiitlou tin. Portland Orffon.
Eagle Concert Hall
1-0 Allot St
'1 lie rudiii ttimiiM'-nt liotlie.
I-, a rrrrrusoN', rrop
Parker House Bar
(Cor. Ninth and Alitor Sts
Agem-y lor Edison rhunograpni and
Cold Moulded Record.
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