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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1907)
SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTOHJA. OREGON.
OUR WEEKLY FASHION LETTER
A TTMUT mil Or TUB LATEST
Jaunty Cutaway Cot Nw Brown
i Stocking Ar Stiinnlng.
I Cutaway cnu list jrnaued tbtlr
; trim mid Jnmity way to th front and
pushed behind them At the snm time
Hi Etnii nml the tlinxMiunrtur lengths,
all sv th pony coat, which share
th Joy of popularity with the Ctlt
SWIiy. ' i, i
i Ooltleu brown thread stocking with
0111 work bowknota at tit llei art
j iinnrt to wear with brown pump. '
I Brown ahoM ar nally the loader
' lu, footgear, and aome of the ahoea
I are ornamented with cut steel bucklea.
I Leather bowa are alio a pretty fi tilth
f for the brouM boot.; 8019 that are
laced with wide ribbon have two bows,
one at th top and on at the inatep.
Cbampsgn color and, pal tray
(love are worn with white linen aulta.
fjny( of the ummr. evening (lore
are mad with luoe upper..
mt light duat eoata are made of
tlottd tinea embroidered la white. Poo-
V Or UOUDKRKD FOl'LAkD 6666, 86M.
' gee or ahantung allk la aleo very good
f for these coat. Collur and cuffa of
l green and blue foulard give them
'j Three pli. costume, consisting of
chllfou skirt, lac blouee and coatee of
y brocade, are wodlsb for afternoon
Bordered material are very much
used thl caon and are to be found In
( bewlldrltig beauty and variety. The
f ' gown Illustrated I nn exceedingly chic
f exnitiple of ecru foulard bordered with
dota of brown. JUDIC CIIOLLET.
I WHAT TQ WEAR.
I Time For the Graduation GowrA-At-
' traotlve Stylee Fer Old Ladle.
" ; The type of girlish gown claaaod as
graduation frock la of great iutereat
f to many people at thl aeaeon. Buch
frock are not only well adapted to th
, fcsttvltlo that mark the clone of the
school tenn, but are quite aa dealrabl
I tut any other of the purpose for
, hlcb an especially emart girlish toilet
I la required.
All the grandmother atyle are reck-
4 oned especially attractive today, but
s Nt one now think of selecting any
I I -oflnl without flrt making an estimate
1 j of the requirement, a builder doe
t Wore he contract to build house.
H.Thft llmni am dllTuront tbo mntarlala
f filmy textured fabric and pretty col
iored trtmihlnga lnatead of brick,
paint, etc., but th principle la the
i ., Finhroldcrcd collar and cuff lot In
llau and almllar fabric are used on
. rOrtlLAB BTIUFED BUIT-IW58, 5406.
w1ie spring coats, A touch of linen or
entire vest of It Is seen even on
me heavyweight suits.
fcombs are now generally la sets,
jnck comb and side combs of different
;rt are not at all smart. '
A saleswoman said that she had sold
MODES (Special) By JUDIC CHOLLET
more dotted brown veil this meson
than ever before.
Striped suiting of all aorta are great
ly In vogue, but the fray and white
one ore especially well lilted. Hon la
ault of thin material with, one of the
new flttud jncketa combliicd with a
plaited skirt. Such a costuui la ad
mirable for miniwr of occasion,
auch aa shopping, walking and travel
ing. k 1 Jl'DIC CHOLLET.,
Ihert Vleevee Will Reign AH Summer.
Brown Linen Frocks,
The becorolngiiess end convenience
of th abort si are excellent res
on for It continuance through the
eaenn. In aplte of the many rumor
to th contrary, It will lot none of It
k siubt uxm rBocx-scn.
popularity during the hot season, tnd
It look now a If It might agnln be
carried over Into another mh!ou.
Pal blue linen trimmed with em
broidered band and edging and a fur
ther decoration of white soutache
make an attractive little frock for
t young girl. The gulmpe should b
separate from the dree and should be
of ome other material
A, brown linen frock 1 sure to be a
most uaeful dress, fur It can be worn
In town and then altered many time
during the summer wbeu a dark gown
I necessary, but when It Is too hot for
either silk or cloth. A brown linen
princess dress, with white lac collar
ml puff I (trlluli fnr limiln mnmlni
I wear, and a bolero to correnpond with
the costume make an exceedingly at
Corded linen may not give satisfac
tory wear, but tbey r exquisitely
pretty, many of them, u..t there Is no
danger of their passing out of favor
for aome time to come. Many of these
are elaborately embroidered, others
only trimmed with lace and tucking,
but really all of these models so far
are exceedingly attractive.
Tbe heavy linens are being exten
sively used for ffiilmpc princess d reuse.
The picture displays a frock of thli
gunre In pale bine linen with embroid
eries of white ImtlHte.
A New Trust
"This pun n end to my enrwr,"
Sold C'uplil. urawtlntf In llBRint.
"Some ntfrpr!lng flnanclrr
Ms erKiinlted a Bivnt hran trust)
"Now must I hn my quiver up
And lot my trig lit tipped arrows rust
Detpnlr and sorrow nil my cup
They've orgnnlsvd a great heart trust
"How osirorly th mn will (luck
Whon such reports s thr sre hnant-
'Fllrtstlous hearts &r common stork;
Faithful and loyal hearts preferred;
" 'Chicago bold advsnc Ims nmds;
Boiton Is showln a decline;
For fore ln heart In rue sums are. paid;
Th southern pch crop's very fin;
" 'In splnsttrs there's a sudden lull:
Widows show hardening tendency;
Matrons are steady, firm snd dull:
, Husbands ar acting benrlahly.'
"Ah, well." said Cupid. "I'vt no tear,
For every truat must hnva Its day.
And when It fulls I'll b right her
To run th gam my own old way."
-Carolyn Well In Delineator.
In Far of Her Spirit
Oaddle -1 should think, now that
your wife's been dead over a yenr,
you'd look around and get a good one
this time. v'
Ilenpeck-My, I'd like to, but I
llonpeclt Because Marin told me If
I did she'd come back and haunt mi.
Catholic Standard and Times.
Could Not Hear Himself.
"A mnn who was charged at the Wll
lesden police court with Intoxication
and using bad language pleaded guilty
to the first part of the charge, adding.
"As to the language, I know nothing
about it because I'm very deaf." Lon
don Express. '
On Reason Enough,
"Did you attend Mrs. Breesy's after
"No. In the first place, I don't know
nor, and In tbe second place, I wasn't
Invited." Cleveland Loader.
THE LIMEKILN CLUB
Brother Gardner's Remarks to
Members on Transmigration.
THE CASE OF SAMUEL SHIN.
Feared That He Would tome Day Be
Blown Up and That He Would Com
Baok to Earth Again In the Form of
Copyright, iWI, by B. C. Parotlls.
During the routine proceedings of th
Limekiln club at It last session word
bad gone about raradbt ball that
Brother Oardner, president, would have
something to soy of caustlo nature,
and tbur was flutter of excitement
a tie finally arose and began;
"My fren's, I hav few remark to
remark yere dl venln'. I has known
for do last fo' week dat dl club was
"KB WAS A BliiKT, ON STOBI MAX."
beln' onsettledtiy a sartln thing, but 1
have kept quiet to see bow far It would
go. I feel dat de time has now come
when I orter say sunthln'.
"A few weeks ago ft cull'd Individual
named 8kookera nrrove yere from' de
stalt of Ahibamy. He was a short,
one story man. lie bad a squint to bis
left eye. When yon wa lookfu' at his
feet. It wa hard to tell which was de
boel and which was tie foot lie had
a vole fo' times too big for hla body,
and be kept dat voice gwtne all de
"rrufessor Bkookem, aa be called his
self, called at my cabin and purceeded
to make hlsself at borne. He wanted
my pcrmlsbun to dellber t lecture be
to' dls club on do subjlck of transml
graahun. He went on and repeated It
to me, and I declined to grant It, spe
cially as be proposed to sell, at d close
of de lecture, a compouud warranted to
smooth de kinks out of de ba'r at de
price of II a bottle. To get even wld
me he hired an old Icehouse and ha
been glvln' his talks to all of yon who
would drop In to bear htm.
"I have been lookln' around for de
last half hour to see bow many kinks
had been straightened out I have
been told dot de professor baa worked
off ober fifty bottles on members of
dls club. It don't seem to have done
any good. Dnr'm just a many kinks
as befo'. Hasn't pulled de wool of any
of you out straight. If I have ober
looked any one he will please stand
No One Stood Up.
No one bad been overlooked. At
least no one stood up. There was a
shamefaced look on most every coun
tenance, and Elder Toots and Tarheel
Jones preluded to nod In sleep beblud
.the stove, '
"Yes, do professor told you all about
trnusiulgrushun. He told you dat de
old Idea 'bout heaven and hell was ex
ploded and dat all bustlers hud now
come to believe dat when a person
died be cum back to alrth In de form
of some animal or bird or some In'aul
mute thing. Slcb of you as don't know
de menu In' of do word Inanimate kin
stop urter de mectln' adjourns, and I
will explain it If his heels hit de
celllu while I am explalnln', he
mustn't blame me.
"For de last three weeks Watermlll
you Jones has not showed up at our
weekly meetiu's. He has stayed home
to put dat compound on bis kinky ha'r
and bekase he was afraid dat he might
git run ober by a street klnr and come
back to alrth In de form of a yaller
dawg, When he thought of beln' a yal
Inr dawg and havln' tin cans tied to
his tall and beln' rushed up and down
do street he got sich a pain dat he
had to go to bed.
"Dur's de case of Snmuel Shin. He
believes in trnnsuilgrasbun right up to
his ears, and for days and days he's
bin watklu' around on tlptoo for fear
dat a gns tank would blow up and
knock him Into a cocked hnt and dat
he'd como back to ulrth ns tv mud tmv
tie. What he'd like to be is a peacock,
but he's mortally afraid Out It "will be
mud' turtle Instead. He's thought It
over till he finds hlsself 'stloklu' his
head outer his shell to look around,
"Brudder Buckeye .Johnson 1ms Rlso
got It bud. His who was olier to my
cabin de odder night to borry u draw.
In' of tea, and she said she'd left him
home wld shivers ruunln' up his buck.
For two Weeks he's expected tlic post-
offlce to fall down aud bury blm In de
ruins as he was passln', He's like to
come back to alrth and lie n rhinoceros
and knock folks endways and po :rx't-
In' about, but he fears dat It will bo us
a mewl, In dnt case be'll have to work
tliery day In de week, which I sun
thin' be bus noblwr don lo all his life,
and he reckons on glttln' clublswl by
bis owner at least twlc a day He
walel" bp out'of Tils slwp o1 nlgbl iai
kin almost bear hlsself brayln'.
Joken and Transmigration,
"Persimmon Jack:ion went Into de
transmlgrashtin blznes bckaz be
hoped to come back to slrth as a
guinea ben. He wanted to utrut around
de yard and go clack, cluck, clu.X and
one In awhile to let out one o' dem j
cream dut sours all de milk In do
pantry. I met op wld blm on do street j
de odder day, and of all de woebegone ;
critter I ever sw b wa de wortt.
It bad suddenly occurred to him that j
he might come back as rabbit and
dat all de boy and all de foxes In de
itate would git arter blra and make
blm keep on de bump for twenty-four
hour a day.
"Brudder Cicero White, aittln' ober
dur'm wld bis ear workln', has also
got bis aorrar and can't b comforted.
I'rufessor Bkookem told blm nt Drat
dat he'd try and arrange to have him
struck by llgbtnln' and com back to
alrtb as Are legged bos that would
hav notbln' to do bat pose In dun
museum and eat de best of food, but
when be refused to. buy bottle of d
kink stralghtener he wus Informed dot
he'd l bit to death by a bog and come
back a a bat He' nlgb sighted by
day, and de Idea of fiylo' around on
dark night and buttin' hU bead ag'ln
telegraph pole keep blm so npsot dat
be can't lnjoy bam and cga ,
"Brudder Pardonable Black baa also
got bl dose. He Jlst rushed right Into
transmlgrssbun tike a bull gwtne for
a haystack. He allowed be wanted to
come back to alrth as a mlllyonalr
arter dyln' softly and decently of ap
iwtnilcltl and then go at It and spend
a hundred dollars a day for fried oys
ters and Ice cream. He bought d kink
stralghtener and paid bis dollar, but
when It didn't work be complained to
de professor. In return b wa told
dat be would be eaten up by wolves
and com back to alrth a a pear tree
and dot de boy would be climbln' blm
from Sunday mawnbV till Saturday
night He hain't drawed a breath of
comfort for three weeks, and dar am
seventeen mo' kinks in hi ha'r dan
dey used to be,
The Dude of th Club.
"On mo' case dat of Brudder Go
along gaxby. He' de dud of dls
club. When he beard about transml
grashun be made op his mind dat be
wanted to sweat blsself to death by
wearln' a 250 fur lined obercoat Den
be wanted to come back to alrtb a a
peacock. He was ffwine to make sich
a spread ot tall feather aa had nebber
bin aeen In dls world befo'. He prac
ticed on a (trot, so as to hive It all
ready. He Jlst dwelt on how he would
mash obery thing for ten mile around
and make all de gobblers and roosters
look tired. The thing might hav gone
through, but de professor got jealous
of him and told him dat be would die
of billons colic and come back to alrth
to be brlndle bobtalled cat Dat's
why Ooalong Isn't wld us yere dls
venln'. He's slttln' bom wld bis
feet In pan of hot water and praytn'
de Lawd to spare him.
"Jlst two or three words mo'. Trans
mlgrashun stops right yere wld a sad
den thud. i
"Drup it or de Limekiln club draps
"Befo comln to de meetln tonight
I went ober to de Icehouse and hunted
up the professor. I caused him to un
dergo sartln gyrnsbuns and mosbuns
for about fire minutes, and when I
was frew wld him he was dustin
back to'rds Alubamy so fast dat yon
might have played checkers on his
coat tails. 1
"Dat's all. We will now break de
meetln' In two and go home. Any one
of you who comes back to de next
meetln' as a Jackass will hear sun
thln' drap." M. QUAD.
A Man Man.
Sobbing Wife Mamma, Jack's so so
mean, he won't even give me pin pin
money. Irate Mother-in-luw Are you
so penurious ss that to my poor child?
Meek Husband-But it was a S500 dia
mond and pearl pin money she wanted.
. A Hole In th Skyl
Caddy (to Jones, who has lifted one
higher than usual) Ah, sir, it there
was only a hole up there you'd ha'
holed out in one. London Opinion.
"Going to the game this afternoon?"
"Yep. I'm awfully busy too."
"Why don't you wait and read about
It in the morning paper?"
"That wouldn't do me any good. I'd
have to see the game to understand
the 8rtlcle."-Cleveland Plain Dealer.,
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Fn m Outside To n&.
Commwoisl Street, nr Eighth.
Sherman Transfer Co.
SESRY 8HERMAN. Mtuur , .
U, Cntige Bsggige QwJctd sad TrMerrd Truck td Furniture
Wagon Piano Moved, Boxed snd Shipped.
4;i Commercial Street
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' EUROPEAN PLAN.
First Class In Evry Rpot
IT Coach to th House.
Bar and Billiard Boom. -
Oood Sample Room on Ground Floor
for Commercial Men.
fbe ontyBtMmboat making a roocd trip DAILY
axeept Tburadajr batveeo Fortlasd and Aatoria
aou way poww,
NO WAY POINTS ON SUNDAY
Portland Laodlnir, Alder Btnet Dock
Atoria Lamuns. Calkader Poet
ijearoTorttuMl 7:36 a, m.; arrln Aatoria, 1-. 80
p. qi, unn Atnona t: p- m.; arm rorcwaa
M p. m.
Lmto Portland 8 a. u.; arrlre Astoria 1 p ro.
Lean Astoria I p. m., arrive lDrtiind I p. m.
Steamer - Lurline
Night Boat for Portland and
Ltove Astoria daily xopt Sunday at
. 7 p. m.
Lave Portland Dally Except Sunday
at 7 a. m.
Qulok Se'rvlo ExeelUnt Meals
Landing Astoria Flavel Wharf.
Landing Portland Foot Taylor St
Q. B. BLESSING, Agent
Phono Main 2761.
Astoria & Columbia River R. R. Co.
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Trains N03. 25 and 29 from Clatsop Beach, and trains Nos. 28, 30 and 34,
from Astoria, run via Ft. Stevens. ; : 1
Train No. 26, from Portland, 3:10 p. m, is run on Saturday's only, stop
ping at Goble, Rainier, Clatskanie, Astoria and Beach points, only.
CONNECTIONS At Portland, with all trana-oontinent&I line. At
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