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THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA,' OUEGON,
SUNDAY. APRIL 7, 1907.
OUR WEEKLY FASHION LETTER
A TIMELY REVIEW OF THE LATEST
FRIBBLES OF FASHION.
Smart Neckwear For Summer Orna
mental Stock Collar.
Tb stiff white collar with lluiuit
and tie of the ubiquitous heavy plaid
ilk are quite new.
Butterfly bows have Roue out, and
aU the uew ueckwear show rosettes
r four-iubauds. Ornamental stock
collars are aaln fasblouable. One
style Is of pluk net aihl white ribbou,
reversing the usual color combination,
eewed together by opalescent beads.
Embroidered strips sold by the yard
for collars and fronts for shirt waists
art by uo means new. but this year
some of the dealers are making the
strips ou heavier material, so they are
less liable to crush, and the machlue
A DAEITT UTFLS FBOC-i585.
mads designs upon this new material
five much the appearance of band
The predominant note of the spring
fashions In waists Is the use of soft
clingiag materials. Crepe de chine and
oft silk will enjoy even more favor
than they have enjoyed this winter
and will largely supplant the lingerie
Some of the daintiest and most at
tractive of the season's frocks worn by
the younger girls are made in princess
style-that Is. with the waist and skirt
Joined, making one garment Here tu
the cut la a very attractive one that
combines tucks with shirring and Is
trimmed with the fashionable plaited
friUs. JUDIC CHOLLKT.
Ihelude a Silk Frock In Summer Out
fitShort Walking Skirts.
A good silk frock Is one of the cos
tumes to include in the summer want
robe. One of the most conspicuous of
the spring silks is the rajah variety,
which Is shown iu all the new color
combinations anil designs. There an?
fascinating plaids and stripes In two
tones In wide and hair line effects.
Alice blue is auin to figure as a
modish color, and in silks this shade is
especially effective with the new sat
Apple green taffeta worn over a
blouse of hue cluuy lace in a dep
cream shade is a charming summer
BISHOP NIOHTOOWH 5003.
gown. A touch of black on the bodice
in the form of a butterfly bow Is de
cidedly Frencby on such a costume.
The plaited skirt holds its own for
street wear ou the new spring suits.
It is cut three inches from the ground
and Is only objected to by women who
do not wear dainty shoes.
Lorn.'' skirts are worn on ail house
dresses. A train Is not necessary, but
a good sweeping length is needed.
The pony jacket, though seen in o
number of smart models, is not as mod-
MODES (Special) By JUDIC CHOLLETj
lsh as It has been, but It will bo rati!;
d with the style that are good taste
Tills means much. for It laud! tk-t
wtiosovvw wears u mis not gone vronn
Here Is a nightgown that Is at once
simple and dainty. It Is suttteleutty
oih'u at the neck to allow freedom, ami
Its sleeves are wide and loose, yet
there are no fussy details about the
Oattere. JUDIC CHOLUSf .
Shirt Waist Shoulders Broad Uaaful
Broad shoulder characterise the first
of the spring shirt waists. The smart
est design for a llueu shirt waist is
made with three deep plaits on each
shoulder back aud front. At the back
the plaits taper toward the waist. The
regular shirt waist sleeve Is used. An
Ished with a straight cuff. The stitched
SEPARATE TOES WAIST 5570.
plaits and broad shoulder line give
this shirt waist an air of newness.
The neck Is finished with a band, and
an embroidered linen collar of the stiff
kind Is worn.
The lingerie waist will be much In
vogue; still there will lie a great de
mand for tailor made linen waists.
A practical and pretty dress for
spring Is of smoke gray voile trimmed
with the same shade of taffeta Intri
cately embroidered with soutache. With
the blouse and skirt goes a short jacket
of taffeta almost entirely covered with
braiding and so cut that the sleeves
and body appear to be In one. and the
sloping shoulder line Is unbroken. The
collar and chemisette of this frock are
of embroidered batiste of a cream tint
trimmed In real valenclennes, a nar
row eentrsl plait being bordered on
each side by fine lace edged plaiting
Stiff linen collars are embroidered
with a tiny flower In black and other
shade besides the omnipresent Scotch
The waist that can be worn over a
separate yoke Is one of the latest de
velopments of fashion.. The model Il
lustrated Is well adapted for washable
materials, wool and silk. The cuffs
are adjustable, so that the sleeves can
be long or short at will.
Hat 8hpe Still Prsvail In Haadgaar.
The newest veil Is circular In form
and made of brussels net with a bor
der of chantilly lace or of ribbon trim
Among the spring shapes in straw,
flat, narrow braids are more In evi
dence than the fancy silk straws that
have reigned for several seasons.
Hats with wide brims that taper to
nothing in front and widen out In some
KIMONO DKB8KINO HACK 558.
cases to extravagant widths In the
back are shown in models of both
straw and straw aud mallnes. Bell
shaped crowns and brims that roll up
high at the left side and are very nar
row elsewhere f.iake chic little hats
especially where their severity of out
lino is softened by ostrich plumes,
which, by the way, show no sign.; of u'u
dlcatlng their place as the most popu
lar hat trimming.
Small and easily molded shapes ui
leghorn aud panama straws will !
extensively wont this spring. Thee
hats are bent without rule or reason
Into becoming line. No shape aiv,
however, worse traps for the unwary
than these aaiue simple ones of the
small typo, for unless their linos are
exactly right the Individual who wears
I hem Is apt to look as grotesque and
ridiculous as In tlio small shepherdess
shapes or the brim less polo caps that
prevailed for a short time some sea
llluck and white effects are favorites
In the outing class of ehapeanx.
The negligee Illustrated Is not a spe
cially new effect, but one whoso com
fort has been well tried. It Is made of
dowered challls with bands of silk, ami
when woru over a smart lingerie petti
coat Is very fetching.
THE DAIRY BARN.
lis Ways In Which It May 8 Vastly
There are six ways lu which the v
rrago dairy barn can be vastly Im
proved. In the first place. mot of the stable
need better ventilation and light. They
need more and belter kept window sur
faces and facilities fur changing the air
without exposing the cows to drafts.
Iu the second place, there should be
celling between the tloor of the mow
and the cows, in barns where hay Is
stored over the cows It Is dangerous to
leave the defective floor without some
sort of celling. The t hance of tire N
much greater, and a saultary condition
of the stable N almost impossible If the
dust and hay are allowed to fall
through upon the cow.
Third. The stables should have g-xl
floors. Cracks lu the floor are breed h S
places for bacteria, and they catch and
hold an accumulation of filth that fills
the stables with bad odors.
Tying the Cows.
Fourth.-Tylng the cows can bo
greatly Improved upon. The old fash
loned rigid stanchion Is neither com
fortable nor convenient. The cows
should have a small degree of freedom
at least. This can be provided by the
newer tnAkes of stanchions or by a
chain or baiter. The great objeettou to
the last two Is the difficulty of keepiug
the cow clean, and right here Is the
lifth way in which the stable can be
Improved. FU the gutters so that they
will keep the cow cleau and at the
same time save all the manure. I have
been In barus where the platform was
so short that when the cow would He
down she could not keep out of the
gutter. I have been In other stables
where the gutter was simply couple
of 2 by 4' placed upou the stable floor.
Either practice Is bad. The best plan
is to flz the floor In such a way that It
will accommodate the rows and give
them ample room for lying down com
fortably. Have the gutter about four
inches deep aud built water tight. This
save all the liquid manure, keep the
cows clean and makes It much easier
to car for the stables and the stock.
Handling ths Manure.
The sixth point xeV.W-U come to my
mind at this time i a i Improved meth
od In handling the manure. Throwing
It out of the wind iw is lua.iltary and
often Inconvenient. The manure piles
up against the hum. Injuring the paint
and at the same time i lng much of
Its value as a fertilizer. The other
plan of shoveling It Into wheelbarrow
and wheeling it out aud dumping It lu
the yard Is little better. Use some kind
of a carrier, an overhead one preferred,
and unload the immure right Into the
spreader. The carrier Is always out of
the way, there are no unsightly planks
and trestles which are necessary If you
use a wheelbarrow, the manure pile Is
avoided, and all the manure is saved.
Professor E. L. Shaw.
DEADLY FRUIT CAKE.
One Dead and Five III as a Result of
CHICAGO, April fl. A Ttohemlnn
fruit cake is believed to have caused
the dftttth of Mrs. Mary Mette, 53 years
old, yesterday. Five (, there of her
family w?rn also male violently 111
nft'-r e.'itlnx of the miitx; cake.
The physicians who attended the
family dferlhed the Hymptoms ns
tlio-'e which might result from arsen
ical poisoning. The police, have begun
an Investigation. The coroner's phy
sician suggested the i.ooHlblllty of
ptomaine poisoning, but all theories
have been laid low awaiting the result
of a post mortem examination .and a
further analysis' of the flour used In
the making of the cake.
J. A. (ill-HAl (ill He VA.,
L'n'lertukerH uml DiiiliiilnifrM.
lO.vpcrieiiced L.idv Aswistuitl
Calls rromptly Attended D.ay
1'iitton ltd;;- 1 2th and DumieHtH
I'lione Main 2111
WANTK1V- TWO UOOO ROTH TU
work In muting oltlee. Apply to
W ANTKIV-8AL KSMEN. MANY MAKE
1 1(H) to $IS0 pf month, (tome even
more. Stock clean grown n new
fallen, far from old orchard. 0o
advanced weekly. Choice of territory.
Address Washington Nursery Company,
Toppenish. Washington." UMf
U1RL WANTKIv-roH tlKNKRAI.
housework, at 3(14 Harrison avenue.
MAMS AND FKMAL1S HELP FtfRN
lnhed In and out of the city. Chut
ter's Employment Offlce, 111 Commer
MEN. ATTENTION WE HAVIS A
new article that men will And bene
ficial to their comfort and pleasure.
Cannot state description her. Bend
lOo for same. Are you wise? Thou
sand of men are using this article.
Money refunded If you say so after
purchasing this patented specialty."
American Specialty Co.. Boa 175. Al-1
legheny, Ta. j
A"aNT8T ATTENTION DO NtTpAY
cahl Credit given! ProAts unlimited
selling our recently patented article.
Any man. married or single between
II and 10 year of age will buy It.
Cannot give full description here. 8mt
too for sme. Are you wiser Only
very few ugents are handling this ar
ticle o far. If you cannot make at
least $5 dally selling this specialty,
quit selling goods. Our novelty Is pro
tocted by UnlteJ S'ates Patents. Cost
to Agent Is per 100 .sells for !So each.
We give you ten dys time to pay for
your goods. American Speetnlty Com.
pany. Box 175, Allegheny, fa.
HOTS WANTEDTWO OOOD Ac
tive, wide awake boys can And stea
dy employment by applying at the As
MALE HELP WANTED M EN AND
women to barn watchmaking, en-
graving, Jeweler work, optica; ay
term; position guaranteed; money
mad learning. Watchmaklng-Engrav-Ing
School. 1UI Fourth avenue. Boat
STEAM HKATED, WELL LIOHTED
offlce In the Odd Fellows building
for rent. Inquire of John Hahn.
FOR RENT FURN1SRED I ROOM
houee suitable for two families, elec
tric light, phone and bath, 171-11 BL
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED
front rooma a good plac for light
house keeping ESI Commercial Street
over the Wonder.
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
CALL AT ONCE TOR YOUR ALAS
ka mattresses made to order. 604
FOR SALE AT SKA SIDE OREOOX
Furnlture of an eight room house.
First clans place for boarders. Right
at beach alo an Ire cream parlor com
plete. Tents to rent for light house
keeping. All In connection with t'ne
house, rent reasonable. A barngln If
taken at once, address R, R. Astorlnn
QUARTKRMASTKR'H OFFICE, FORT
Si evens, Ore., April 2, 1907. Healed
propoHiils, In trlplieate, will be received
ut this office until 2 o'clock p. m. May
1, 1!07, nnd then publicly opened, for
drainage nnd grading at Ft. .Htoventf,
Ore. Mans can bn Keen and Hpeclllea
tlons obtained at the office of the Quar
tetrnaK'er. Fort Ktevenii, Ore. The
t'nlteil Stales reHerven the rlwht to re
ject or accept any or all IddH or any
part thereof. Knvelopek' containing
proposialH should he endorHej "Propo
sals' for Drainage &. Orndlng" and nd
drensed Constructing Qiinrtermaster,
Ft. Stevens Oregon.
IN THR DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Or
egonIn the matter of tho estate of
Chas. II. Cooper, bankrupt: Tho un
dersigned will receive sealed bids at
his office No. 7 First Street, Portland,
Oregon, for the stock of merchandlso,
conslfdlng of dry goods, notions, clo
thing and furnlBhlng goods amounting
to $3556.01 together with the office and
store fixture of $532.15 pertaining to
this eBtate up to 12 o'clock Noon of
Thursday, April 11, 1907. Terms cash,
subject to confirmation by the Court
and a certified check for ten per cent
of the amount offered must accompany
each bid. An Inventory of the property
may be seen at my office and the stock
may be Inspected at Astoria, Oregon.
All proposals must be plainly marked,
"Bid for C, H. Cooper Btock and fix
tures." R. L. 8 A BIN,
F1U.ST CLASH LAUNCH; HUILT
tor l'enir, freight and towing,
learning I3B0.00 per month; good con
dition Union eiurlno nearly ne weaslly
changed lo carry nh, for about half
of actual value. Inquire Walter Howard
Unlet F.l-iir Transfer Co. city.
HOME INDUSTRY THAT HKLl'S
E, Martlnaon the merchant tailor
NOTU'K TO FISHERMEN AND
dealers In Ash This Is to Inform you
that all license pertaining to the
fishing Industry luid prior to March
Jlt., expired Marc.t 81. l0T; and to
flh for Hitluton, or deal In Kulmon or
other nnadrou Ash without license I
committing a ml.d,meanor tht will be
punished in the Courts H. 0. andu-
en, Master Flh Warden.
THE QREEK DIVER.
M JuM wtvt4 t n,w dllng mt.
chn from h ol(, counlry Div
rrom ti (0 J0 fmhums In hlow water
J ,lm '
order at tit Rond St. MarkeL or D.
cleaning and repairing.
dies' work a specialty, UP to date,
tailor. Andrew Slpola 431 Commercial
PHILLIPS TRANSFER COMPANY,
Kxprese and baggage, also Job work '
stand Miliar cigar store cor.. 9th and
Hnnd phone I7J1 Main. j
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
For Hal Pty
O. F. MORTON,
430 Commercial St.,
Opp. Astorlan Office,
II Years In the Real Estate
Business In Astoria.
Let Taylor, Addition S6S0
H. A A. Addition. (
2 Lots H. A A. Addition S4M
100 Foot Square.
2 Lota. Eaoh 1279
i Let !..328'
1 Lot HM
1 Let 0
1 Lot S12W
Adair Upper Astoria
2 Lot, Eaoh
House and Lots, Atdsrbrook.
6 Room House, New 4 Lets .12000
5 Room House, 1 Lot SO by 75 S1M0
10 Room House, 2 Lots $2290
150 Feet Square
I have Real Estate In all part of
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in. . ana a, , pr,., ,m ...
what you want and where you want
I can locate you and at terms to
O. F. MORTON,
Tha Real Estat Dealr,
430 Commercial St.
Opp. Antorlnn Office.
FOR SAM:--150 acrf.h timder
land, 2 miles- from Knappa; cheap for
quick sale, F, Rox 7Cl Astoria
'.' ; . n J
Rootnn with or without board
rates rsnHonable; good tooom
modntlon for tranilenti. Utk
KREDi:i.t,K.SON BK09.-W mak I
Hpecially of home moving,' carpenters,
crmtrsntors, general Jobbing! prompt at
tention te all orders. Corner Tentti aavd
BUTTON HOLE AT THE BACK.
Your experience with It bas ao doubt
lead to much vexation, possibly pro
fs nity. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it up from tht neck -band, eh)
You won't have that that experience II
you send your ahirts to uij we save yon
this trouble, and danger of tearing tbi
shirt. Try ut and tee,
Tenth and Duans St. Phone iggt
M. KBODA C. HICKI
Office aianieU IU4 Pnoo Black till
171 Commercial it Astoria, Or.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JOHN C. McCUE.
Deputy District Attorney
Page lidg. Room 37.
HOWARD M. iROWNILL,
' Qm Mf h K UM Nfc
Py'blau Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. IaOGAN
Commercial Hi, , Hhanahan BnlM
TJAfTITJIT DADnnr A 1J
JlU 1 Hill 1111) 1 LAlt JJ
Plneet Hotel In the Nertjiweel
I THE OREGON
' 830 (M Commercial Street, belweea
Kleveuth and Twelfth.
MIW. M. NOLAN, rroprietreea.
Rooms SingUand HuiUsi
Terms, lay, Week or Month.
Steam Heat, Hath and lelepbone.
Telephone Ued 2303,
j1. ijwjHJsj ummsiummmimmmm
First Class Meal 15c
Coffee with Pie, Cake or Dough
nuts 10 cents.
U. S. RESTAURANT
434 Bond Street
Telephone Iflsl Main. 8Wfl Rood StreeL
OPEK DAY AND NIQI1T
?THE ASTORIA RESTAURANT
MANO III NO, I'rop.
Hie Finest 25c meal served In Astoria,
Yonr Patronage Solarised.
Courteous Trealmeut to All.
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