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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1906)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 19. igo.
braid, which washes splendidly r Thes
OUR WEEKLY FASHION LETTER
belts are generally worn with mother
Charming Is the dotted twins uegll
gee seen in the cut vlth Its bands ol
English embroidery and plalbed quill
tags. JriMC CHOLLET, 1
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(THE MORNING AST0RIAN
A TDffELY REVIEW OF THE LATEST MODES Spcil) B7 JUDJC CH0LL1T
THE MORNING ASTORIAN,
White cloth costumes la pony styles
are favored by many women. A stun
ning model has a circular skirt finished
with two deep tucks above a hem of
the eame width. The front Is laid In a
brood plait which Is stitched down on
either side to meet the tucks, then al
lowed to flare In conventional design.
The jacket is bound with rather wide
LACE WEDDIXO GOWS.
black braid, and the contrast la strik
ing. This is true of many of the ultra
smart tailored gjwns, but they are
striking without being conspicuous,
which accounts for their great vogtie.
A very effective belt Is a rather
broad land of linen about three Inches
wide stiteaed on each side and em
broidered -with dots about the size of
a led pencil at Intervals of an inch or
two apart Through the center, mid
way between every dot. Is a larger one
the size of a ten cent piece.
"The wedding gown ' illustrated Is a
superb creation in Irish and mallnes
laces. The heavy lace borders the skirt
and long- train running up the skirt to
the bust line in panels. - The veil is of
filmy tulle caught with the traditional
orange blossoms. -
8TRASSE BUCKLES IN STYLE.
Soine of the smartest sash effects are
achieved by twisting the ribbon Into
designs on each side of a dressy bodice
and bringing the ends down on each
side, the front to hang loose to the
bottom of the skirt
The regulation loop bow of the old
fashioned sash has the bow hanging
BLTJE LINES DliESS
over the sash ends instead of stick
ing out on each side. Some girls knot
the sash in the middle or near the bot
tom, while others trim it with in
serted bands of lace or embroidery and
add frills of lace or chiffon at the ends
and across the lower portion.
Many dressy frocks show entire
sleeves of lace. In this case the bodice
Is cut with a deep shoulder running out
over tne top or tne lace sleeves ukb a
Shoulders of the smartest toilets are
square rather than drooping, although
there Is uoue of the high military ap
pearance. Strasse buckles are used on many
French dresses of sheer materials, and
the buttons are fnore ornamental than
ever. Those of carved Chinese ivory
are extremely popular this summer.
Foulards have taken on an added
beauty this season, and they make up
into the nicest kind of little costumes.
either of tie shirt waist order or made
more elaborate for afternoon wear
with lace trimmings.
The pretty little frock illustrated Is
of hlne linen trimmed with hands of
English embroidery. It Is suitable for
a girl of live or six years,
NEW SLEEVES FULL
The reltoux veil is fresh from Paris
iml Is very striking. It Is a bright col
ored dotted veil edged with a two inch
plultlng and so draped over the hnt
that the upier plaiting Is turned dowu
IOW KECKED WAIST.
to fall au inch or two below the bat
brim, while the lower one comes just
above the shoulder line.
The new sleeves are very full at the
top; and an Important item to consider
Is the shortening of the shoulder seam,
for nothing more ungainly can be im
agined than a foil puffed or gathered
sleeve combined with a shoulder seam
falling off the shoulder. The thin per
son looks thinner because of the slak
ing In where the sleeve joins the waist
or coat and the stout person stouter
because of the excessive depth and the
fullness of the ' stout figure at that
point . Thus the defects of both are
Children are wearing the most be
witching poke bonnets of lacy straw,
trimmed with large, flapping bows. It
Is a relief to see that the heat produc
ing strings are absent the bat being
held In place by a broad elastic.
The blouse Illustrated Is of wash
chiffon, tucked In groups. The very
low neck Is formed of two pieces of
Irish lace drawn up at the top with
narrow black velvet ribbon and laced
together with the same ribbon. The
sleeves are carried out In a like fash
ion. STREET FROCK IDEAS.
The simply tailored suit with no
trimming save strappings is perhaps
the smartest thing in the gray street
frock of the short skirt class. The
manufacturers of ready made costumes
have used braid so extensively and em
broidery effects on waistcoats, etc.,
that there is much distinction In a se
vere model, provided it Is skillfully
tailored and of good design.
Dotted Swisses, which are always
dainty, are Just as popular as ever,
especially the all white ones. They
are used in combination with other
materials, printed lawns, embroidered
mulls and tucked muslins. An attrac-
DOTTED SWISS NEGLIGEE.
tive frock fashioned for a schoolgirl
alter this manner consisted of a plain
full skirt, with a band of embroidered
batiste set in above the four Inch bem.
The gabrielie waist had a pointed
piece, cuffs and low stock of the em
broidery. Lingerie belts of insertion are much
In favor for morning wear, also broad
belts of loosely woven basket weave
An (lit Tarn at IViir.
Screw propeller, like most other In
ventions, had great difficulty In getting
recognition from authority. For In
stance. Sir William Kymonds, surveyor
and principal designer to the British
admiralty, could not be brought to be
lieve In them, lie declared that steam
ships of any sort wore "inoustrouH"
and that the screw was Impossible.
The day came when choice between
paddle wheels an.l screw propellers
had to be made. The naval authorities
tied two ships stern to stem, and when
the screw propelled vessel had tri
umphed over the paddle steamer lu
this ludicrous tntf of war the lords of
the admiralty felt Justified In model
ing the British navy uuew.
Vuunsr. but WUe.
A little Kill of four was spreading
butter on a cracker on the luncheou
cloth wheu her grandfather at whose
table she was remonstrated with her.
telllug her that was uot the proper
place to do It. She never lifted her
eyes, but went calmly on with the oper
ation, and when It was finished and she
took up the cracker to eat she said
quietly to nobody tu particular, "Men
don't always know what's best"
Renders the bile more fluid and thus
helps the blood to flow; it affords
primpt relief from biliousness, lndi
geetion, sick and nervous headaches, and
over-indulgence in food and drink.
Q. I- Caldwell Agt M. K. and T. R. R,
CheeoUh, Ind. Ter., writes, April 18,
1903: "I was sick for over two yean
with enlargement of the liver and
spleen. The doctors did me no good,
and I had given up all hope of being
cured, when my druggist advised me to
use Herbine. It has made me sound and
well." 50c. Sold by Hart's drug store.
Rev. W. L. Riley, L L. D., Cuba. New
York, writes: "After fifteen days of
excruciating pain from sciatic rheuma
tism, under various treatments I was
induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment;
the first application giving mj first re
lief and the second entire relief. I
can give it unqualified recommendation.
25c 60c, 11.00. Sold by Hart's drug
store.' ..".' i - i
To advertiie our stamped linens we will tell
centerpieces like cut stamped on Kffl(i
complete with Sou to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
Io ordering br mail tend pott office or ti
presi money order and wuntitn tkit tap
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1021 First St., Corner Morrison,
The supplying of any want that may arise in domestic or
commercial life may be readily and quickly accomplished at a
nominal cost by the publication of the want In the " Want Ad."
columns of the Morning Astoriau.
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For the benefit of persons out of employment, ads under the bead of "Situs
tion Wanted " will be printed three days free of charge,
WANTED -TWO OR THREE BOYS
to carry morning pnper route. Apply
WANTED WOMAN CXK)K FOR MESS
houe. Apply at Tongue Point Lum
WANTED GIRL TO WORK IN PRIV
ate family of 3. Inquire at Aatoriau
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SALES
lsdy. Apply st Simington Dry Good
REPRESENTATIVES in every locality
to sell our teas, coffees, baking pow
der, etc., direct to the consumer; good
pay to right party; wagon equipment
and splendid inducements a aids to se
cure business furnished free of charge!
no graft; investigation solicited. Ad
dress, stating experience, reference,
Grand Union Tea Co- Seattle. Wash.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN
of fair education to travel and col
lect for firm of 1250.000 capital; salary,
$1072 per year and expenses; salary
paid weekly and expenses advanced;
references required. Address, with
stamp, J. A. Alexander, Astoria, Ore.
MALE KELP WANTED Men and wo
men to learn watchmaking, engrav
ing, jeweler work, optics: easy terms;
positions guaranteed ; money made
learning. Watchmaking Engraving
School, H20 Fourth avenue. Seattle, tf.
WANTED YOUNO MAX WANTS
work of any kind, with room and
hoard. Address "C. K.," Astorian office.
LOST AND POUND.
LOST FOUNTAIN PEN; LAUGIILIN
make; finder return to Astorian office.
DRESSMAKING Me'danieg Hawks A
Smith, 619 Duane street. Phone Red
Rooms with or without board;
rates reasonable; good accom
modation for transients. 14th
WANTED Boarding quarters for a fe
male pointer dog. Address "L. R.,
Warrenton, Oregon. tf.
FREDRECKSON BR0S.-We make a
specialty of house moving, carpenters,
contractors, general jobbing; prompt at
tention to all orders. Corner Tenth and
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood 1 1 lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phone aigi Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
CKAS. H. ABERCR0MBIE,
General Practitioner, Notary Public
Rooms 33-Ss Phons Main 2081.
Page Block, Cor. Commercial ft 12th St.
P. D. WINT0N,
Practice in all United States and
State Courts in Oregon snd Washing
ton. Notary Public. Phons Main IM1.
rooms 2 and 3, Logan Building, comer
Commercial and Sixteenth streets oppo
site 0. R. A N. Company dock.
DR. RR0DA C, BICXS
Office Manseb Bid. Phone Black 1011
171 Commercial St, Astoria, Ore,
DR. T. L. BALL,
624 Commercial 8t Astoria Oreson.
Pythian Building, Astoria. Oregon.
Dr. W. O. LOGAN
7 8 Commercial St., Sbanahan Building
MRS. JULIUS DAVIS
(late of Portland)
Graduate Nurse Royal London (Eng.),
Hospital. Maternity caes requested.
WANTED -THREE MUSIC PUPILS.
Inquire at Astorian office.
MANDflf.TN LESSONS GIVEN MRS.
C. D. Stewrrt, 127 Seventh street.
for 15c; nice cuke, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 434 Bond St.
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
16-cent weal in the city at the
Rising Suu Restaurant.
The Troy Laundry
The only white labor laundry In th
city. Does the best work at rcasonabls
prioes and Is In every way worthy of
10th and DUANC tta. Phens 1991.
Plnsst Hotel In the Northwest.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FopuUr Concert BalL
Good music. All ars welcome. Cor
ner Seveatk nod Astor.
Eagle Concert Hall
520 Astor St
Ths leading smusenent bouse.
Agency for Editon Phonographs aid
Gold Moulded Records. ' !"
P. A. PETERSON, Prop
416 BOND ST,
Carries ths Finest Lint of
CALL AND SEE US
on draught and in bottles
Brewed snder Military conditions snd
proper 1 y aged right here lu Astoria,
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
WHAT-NOTS, BOOKCASES, SHELV
625 Commercial St, Astoria.