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TITE MORNING ASTOIilAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, loot.
OUR WEEKLY FASHION LETTER
A TIMELY REVIEW OF THE LATEST
The up to date summer girl's ward
robe will contain a yachting costume,
which, by the way, may be used od
laud as well as on sea. It is possible to
purchase these suits ready made and
In such good style that It Is hardty
worth while bothering about having
them made to order. White sorgo is the
best material for this (town, although
mohair, cloth and brllllantlne are used
UUBT AtTOMOBILK TCBBA5.
to some extent Be sure and select a
Lard twisted piece of serge and baTe
Smartest of the season's mannish
shirts for women are those of silk and
flannel which are in vogue for tennis.
They are made la the most comfortable
way, with loose open neck and half
Mannish shirt waists are in again.
The designs are quite simple, either
fine box plaits or a few large ones not
stitched, but well pressed. These run
from the neck to the waist Tucks are
left for the dressier blouses. Bone but
tons are used on them in place of pearl
Colored gingham and linen shirt
waists are very good style to wear with
plain tailored suite. Plaid gingham in
harmony with the gown colorings are
very smart; also linen lawn with a dot
of red or bright blue In It The two
sew touches en these shirt waists are
bane buttons and fluted ruffle down
each side of the center plait
The automobile hat illustrated ie one
of the newest models.. It Is a turban
nude of light tan straw. About the
brim is draped a veil of double white
chiffon caught at the sides with tan
colored wings. The long ends cross in
the back and knot about the throat and
hang in long flowing ends.
Oun metal sllaues of gray will be
very much worn in the fall, and black
gowns promise to be popular. Indeed,
there is every Indication that suits will
be in dark colors.
Shoulder capes matching the dress
material are one of the old fashion re
vivals taken from the modes of the
GRAX CH1FF0X FROCK.
sixties. They are cut low in the neck,
which Is the only deviation from the
Some of the summer lounging robes
are luxurious creations of chiffon,
trimmed with yards and yards of Va
lenciennes lace and elaborate hand em
broideries. Japanese crapes for kimonos and
dressing sacks have cherry blossoms,
dragons, quaint little Japanese maid
ens and butterflies scattered over them
in a confusion of gay colors with a per
fect disregard of proportions. '
The lliin" woman 'sho'uld remember
that cheeks make her look stout and
that full skirts, wide belts, large hats,
vertical trimmings and materials with
glace surfaces are other mediums that
add to size.
Cray chiffon Is Hie material used for
the pretty frown pictured. The full
skirt has a graceful Jittle, train jind Is
MODES (Special) By JUDIC CHOLLET
trimmed about the toot line With ruf
fles of gray satin ribbon. The bloused
waist has Incrustations of crochet lace
and shoulder and neck trlmmlugs of
the ruffled ribbon.
Torchou laeo Is used on a number of
the summer gowns. When tuubroWery
Is the principal feature of oruamenta
tlou on a dress Valenciennes Is the only
lace associated with it, or perhaps
cluny is choseu.
The new corsets are high in the bust,
long on the hips and have gracefully
curved waist lines. The dlrectoire
styles are pushing the bust up, higher
and converting the waist Into the hour
Plaid dimities are used for shirt
waists and dresses. There Is great va
riety in this material, the largest plaid
being something less than two Inches
square and the smallest of oords set
as close together as possible. Between
these sizes are plaldlngs of every width,
some made by single cords crossing
others of a dozen cords to form a baud.
The plain spaces seem sheer in con
trast The very simplicity of the coat Illus
trated la its charm. It ia cut on the
lines of a very full sack, which fits
over the shoulders down to the figure
line with perfect precision; from this
point It falls with Increasing fullness
till the hem is reached. Shantung silk
Is the material used, trimmed with in
CHIC STYLES. .
Pretty Belts and Paranoia Pumps.
Cloth Bands on Thin Clowns. .
Among the pretty belts Is one of
mauve suede embroidered in ribbon
Some of the most gorgeous parasols
have shell and amber handles match
ing the amber hatpins.
There is a hint of the dlrectoire to
be seen on many costumes In revers
and double capes.
The new pumps are low, but cut a
trifle higher than last year's. They
are more comfortable and have two
holes, laced through with broad lac
ings. The heels are Spanish. Some
are stitched at the toe and at the
It is queer, but upon organdie and
mousseline gowns are applied bands of
cloth. These bands give the material
weight and make more apparent their
Frills and fluffs are scattered over all
the thin summer frocks. Even on all
over materials trimming is lavishingly
The parasol pictured is of white silk,
each gore fitted with a lace motif. The
deep border Is of lace overlaid with
a latticed effect In green velvet ribbon.
The stick is of whitewood with a
crystal handle. JUDIC CHOLLET.
Lewis & Co., Druggists
Full line of drugs, souvenirs, stationery,
confectionery and soda waters. Office
of Dr. Lewis at drug store, Bridge street
end of the bridge.
SEASIDE, - OREGON.
New building, New Furniture, 100 Booms
LINDSLEY & SON, Proprietors
Modern and Up-to-Date
Electric lights, hot and cold water;
free TU9 to all trains. Rates, $2.00 per
day and up.
SEASIDE, - OREGON.
A high class place for refresh
ments for ladles and gentlemen
B. J. CALLAHAN, Prop.
Seaside, - Oregon
The supplying of any want that may ari domestic or
commercial fife may be readily and quickly accomplished at a
nominal cost by the publication of the want in the " Want Ad."
columns of the Morning Astorian.
A necessity which may arise for buying or selling horses,
carriages, furniture, pianos, real estate, sewing machines, bicy
cles, safes, watches, jewelry, typewriters, or thousands of other
articles, can be met at once by the insertion of a suitable adver
tisement in the morning Astorion.
To secure help of any sort, or situation of any kind, to find
lost articles, to secure board or boarders, lodging or lodgers,
borrow money, obtain any kind of security; any of these wants
may be supplied by using the "Want" columns of The Morning
Rates For Classified or "Want" Advertisements
OKI INSERTION ONE CENT I WORD THREE LINES THREE DATS, 30 CENTS
Count Six Words to a line, so Cents a 11ns a week.
For ths benefit of persons out of employment, ads unir the tit ad of "Sltue
tlon Wanted" will be printed three days free of charge.
WANTED GIRL TO WORK IN PRIV
ate family of 3. Inquire at Astorian
WANTED GIRL FOR LIGHT IIOUSE
work. Apply 27(1 Bond St. 8-3-St.
MALE HELP WANTED Men and wo
men to learn watchmaking, engrav
ing, jeweler work, optics; easy terra!
positions guaranteed; money made
learning. Watchmaking Engraving
School, 1426 Fourth avenue, Seattle, tf.
REPRESENTATIVES IN EVERY LO
cality to sell our teas, coffees, baking
powder, etc., to the consumer; good pay
to right party; wagon equipment and
splendid inducements as aldt to secure
business, furnished free of eharge; no
graft; investigation solicited. Address,
stating experience and. references, Grand
Union Tea Co, Seattle, Wash. 7-13-4L
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-A WHITE AND RED HEIFER;
baa small bell; finder notify G. Tom-
berg, Seventh street and Young's Bay.
ELDERLY LADY WISHES THE Ac
quaintance of elderly gentleman of
means; no other need apply. Address
"J.," Astorian. 8-2-3t.
FOR SALE-2 FINE GRAY HORSES;
1400 pounds; 8 years old. Apply this
WANTED 3 FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. Address N. J. J.,
Rooms with or without board;
rates reasonable; good accom
modation for transients, 14th
TWO OR THREE ROOMS WITH
board at the Holden House, 405
FREDRECKSON BROS We make a
specialty of bouse moving, carpenters,
contractors, general jobbing; prompt at
tention to all orders. Corner Tenth and
DRY MILL WOOD.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD BOX WOOD
from Humes Mill a specialty. Ben
Ekoos. Tel. Black 2436. 1828 38th street.
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
Idnd of wood ( t lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phone 3191 Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
The Troy Laundry
The only white labor laundry In th
elty. Doss the best work at rsssonabls
prioss and Is In svsry way worthy of
10th and DUANE Its., Phtn. 1091.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
CHAS. H, ABERCR0MBIE,
General Practitioner. Notary Public
Rooms 35-3 Fhons Main 2051.
Page Block, Cor. Commercial k 12th St,
F. D. W1NT0N,
Practices in all United States and
State Courts in Oregon and Washing
ton. Notary Public Phone Main 041,
rooms 2 and 3. Logan Building, corner
Commercial and Sixteenth streets oppo
site O. R, & N. Company dock.
DR. RHODA CHICKS
Office ManseO Bid. Phone Black 3011
I7S Commercial Bt, Astoria, Ore.
DR. T. L. BALL,
624 Commercial St Astoria Oreson.
Pythian Building, Astoria. Oregon.
Dr. W. O. LOGAN
78 Commercial St., Sbanaban Bnildiog
MRS. JULIUS DAVIS
(late of Portland)
Graduate Nurse Royal London (Eng.),
Hospital. Maternity cases requested.
WANTED THREE MUSIC PUPILS.
Inquire at Astorian office.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN-MRS.
C. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street
for 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 434 Bond St.
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant.
NEW AND FIRST-CLASS DINING
ROOM, ALL THE BEST THE
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Corner Ninth and Aitor Streets.
Finest Hotel In the Northwest
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Popular Concert EaU.
Good muilc All are welcome. Cot
ner Seventh and Astor.
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor 8t.
Ths leading amusement bouse.
Agency for Edison Phonographs aad
Gold Moulded Records.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop.
i Tiir nnui
I H HI
t NIL Villi.
I 410 BOND ST,
f ASTORIA, OREGON
Carries ths Finest Line of
CALL AND SEE US
on draught and in bottles
Brewed snder unitary condition! and
property aged right here In Aatorla,
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
WHAT-NOTS, BOOKCASES, SHELV
028 Commercial St., Aitoria,
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
The Hoard of Kqtialltatlim of ('In Won
County, Oregon, will attend nt the ollloe
of the County Clwk of Clatanp Comity,
Oregon, on Monday, August 27. 1000,
Mini dally thereafter until and Including
Saturday, September 1, ItMMI, to nubile
y examine the itiiiiiit roll foi the
year lliod, niid correct alt error In
valuation, tlfai-ilatlun or equalities of
In ml, lot or other properties and it
nlmll bt the duty of all parties Inter
ento.l to appeal at that time and place
for ths purpose of correcting any errors
tli nt limy appear In aitiil nMCMmont
T, 8. 0UKNF.I4U8,
A'nr, C'luUop County, Oregon.
Atoria. Oregon, Augimt 0, HHKt,
-.1-2t, (D. A W.)
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. 4
The annual meeting of the ttockhold
m of the (Kid Fellows' Um & Itulld
lug Aorlatlon will I behl on Thur
tlay, Auguat 23, 1WW. at 2 o'clock p. m
at Odd Fellows' llall.
JOHN MAUN Secretary.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Multnomah.
Eleanor 01mtead, plaintiff, vs. The
Trader' Insurance Company,' et aL
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed by the above
entitled court in the above-entitled cause
receiver for the State of Oregon, of the
defendant. The Trader' Insurance Com
pany of Chicago, Illinois, and that by
order of the eald court, all penons hav
ng claim, against the said defendant.
The Trader' Insurance Company, arLing
on policies Untied in Oregon, are required
to present the tame to the undenlgned,
at the addreie below given on or before
the Slit day of October, 1908, end if not
10 preented, the same will not partici
pate in the dlttribuation of the fund of
the said defendant company ,In the hands
of the receiver,
Notice is further given, that all re
turn premiums will be computed from
the 0th day of May, 1006, the date of
the Insolvency of the eald The Trader'
Insurance Company, and all policyhold
ers of the eald defendant company are
urged to reinsure, if they have not al
ready done so, and to present their claims
properly verified promptly to the receiver
with the surrender of their policies.
Forms for proofs of claims may be had
from ths receiver or from the former
genU of ths company.
A. H. BIRR ELL, Receiver.
Addrets McKay Building, Portland,
Dated June 28, 1000.
A. F. FLEGEL and
BEACH A SIMON,
Attorneys for Receiver. 7-10-30t.
Notice W hereby given that ths Com
mittee on Streets and Publlo Ways, ths
City Surveyor and the Superintendent
of Streets have (lied a certificate of
the completion of the 18th street lewer,
from a point 18 feet couth of the north
line of Grand avenue to the north line
of Exchange street, by W. A. Goodin the
contractor, in accordance with general
ordinance No. 3234 and the contract
therefore. That unices objections ere
filed against the same, the same will
be accepted at the next regular meet
ing of the common council by ordinance.
Auditor and Folice Judge of the
City of Astoria.
Dated, Aug. 2, 1900. 8-2-3t.
Notice U hereby given that the Com
mlttee on Strcotn and Public Ways of
the Common Council of the City of As
toria, the City Surveyor and the Super
intendent of Street have filed a cer
tificate of the completion of the im
provement of 10th street, from the south
line of Commercial itreet to the north
line of Duane street, by E. A. Gerding,
the contractor, In accordance with gen
eral ordinance No. 3254 and the contract
therefore. That utile's objections are
filed against the same, the name will be
accepted by ordinance at the next regu
lar meeting of the common council.
Auditor end Police Judge of the
City of Astoria.
Dated, Aug. 2, 1000. 8-2-3t.
There I money in the city treasury
to pay all warrants indorsed from the
20th day of July to the 8th day of
August, 1005. Thi call Include a war
rant drawn on the city hall fund in
favor of Emll Schncht for JS53.3Q, Inter
cut will cease after thU date,
Atoria, Or,, July 31, 1000, 8-l3t,