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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1907)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1907.
Better be Wise
Than Sorry !
THE Fl RST TH REE DAYS O F
J He who works forAsto- J
J ria is Wise, because the i
J people like a hustler bettorl
I TRADE NOW!!
than a jealous knocker.
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Have Demonstrated the Truth that it Pays to Tell the Truth!
THE MORNING ASTOMAN, AS'Jt)IUA. OREGON.
Too manv sales are not
:: on the square, that's why
: : people are careful, but Wise's
:: 21 years of dealing have con
: v vinced people that what
u Wise says is True '
Take a look at those
tables of men's
suits at - -
And the next line 6 Q Q A
of men's suits at y w u 0
Formerly $13.50 to $20.00
Boy's Suits and Over
coats, etc. We haven't for
gotten the boys.
The odds and ends, one
half off. The latest boys
duds are one-fifth off.
While some few lines are begining to run low,
our stock is so big that it would take a month's such
business to clean us out.
The beauty of it all is we offer clothes that won't
melt in the first rain. You've Heard about Wise's
clothes before. You can't look foolish in Wise clothes
Even the latest Fall Suits and Overcoats made by master tailors
are reduced from 15 to 25 per cent.
Be patient, we will wait on you as
quickly as possible. We would like to
have about half a dosen more sales people,
if you know of any please send them.
Look at the hats marked $1.39
Look at the hats marked 1.89
See the hats at 2.49
25c caps, now 19c
50c caps, now 33c
One Piano number FREE with each
$5.00 sale. ,
Pianos will be distributed on the even
ing of October 31st.
25c suspenders 19c
50c suspenders 33c
25c Ties .19c
.50c Ties 33c
$1.25 umbrellas 83c
Childrens' wash suits, all grades 49c
Boys' 3-piece short pants suits at $3.93
We have shown the public
every article advertised;
When we said Stetson Hats :
at $2.89 we meant it, we offer
no pipe dreams, Wise can't
afford to fool people.
Table No. 3 over
100 men's suits at
Good enough for anybody J
Table No. 4 is the cream of I
special lines, many of these J
formerly sold at $25,
now, - - - -
Remember the 20tlv 40th, f
60th, 80th and 100th cus
tomer gets his or her goods I
FREE altogether no matter :
how small or how large the ;
We open Daily at 7 a. m. and close at 6 p. m. Excepting Saturdays we close at 10 p. m.
HERMAN WISE, Astoria's Reliable Clothier
f W no DUES THINGS FIRST
STUDIES THE CLAM
Chief of Crown Princess Seeks
TO PLEASE FUTURE EMPRESS
Distinctive- Purely American Dish,
lie Believes, Will Meet Feminine Ap
provalHis Highness, the Clam, Un
known in Enrope.
NEW YORK, Sept. 26. Clam chowder
will he called to the attention of Crown
rrhwesa Ceeilie, of Germany, as a highly
desirable and typical American dish by
the chef, Albetr Neumann, who is here
studying American culinary art.
Standing in the wonderfully appoint
ed kitchen of the St. Regis yesterday
norning the food expert permitted his
eye to wander to diced pork and to the
ice box where clams are kept.
"It will, of course," said he, "be dif
ficult for me to say what American
dishes I will submit for the approval of
her royal highness, but I think that,
everything considered, clam chowder is
ag distinctive and as palatable a one
of purely American orgin as I have as
yet tasted. The cooking in this country
is excellent, fairly as good as and in
the old world. In fact, the American
seem to have secured the best cooks
from everywhere, and to have the thest
of materials. The style of cooking is
essentially French in the restaurant
and hotels, although the food is not so
rich. To have food which is wholesome,
nutritious and digestible and yet daint
ily prepared seems to be the American
"Here in New York the influence of
European standards of cooking is mark
ed. But I am interested in finding things
here that are unknown in Europe, and
fop that reason I venture to admire
clam chowder, which I regard as a most
excellent dish. I have tried it in several
resaturants and I think it would be
greatly appreciated if introduced into
Germany. The clams would have to be
sent from here, but in these days of
cold storage that ought to be easily
lone. I find all kinds of shellfish, oys
ters and clams .especially, well cooked
in this country, and shall try to see
what can be accomplished by the same
methods on the other side of the water."
Clam chowder, such at appeals to the
visiting chef, is prepared in several ways,
but the formula generally employed it:
One-half pound of salt pork, cut into
dice and fried Vith two choppedoniorn;
one quart of stewed tomatoes and one
( quart of sliced pototoes. The vegetables
are cooked separately, and then mixej
with one quart of finely cut blams and
their juice. Three pint of water are
added nnd with the boiling there are
used salt, pepper, a little thyme, a littl.
flour for thickening and a few broken
pilot biscuits or crackers.
Although many choice vinnJs were
spread out for the inspection of Neu
mann, he evinced more interest In Amer
ican pie and tarts and in rakes than
in them, although he said they were
triumphs in the culinary ort.
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NED HAVANA, Conn., Sept. 26. Two
titled Chinese maids, on their wiy to
enter Wellealey college, were") barred
from the women's waiting room at the
railroad station the other day.
The trouble with the little Celestial
maids was their flowered silken panta
loons ma'le them look like boys.
Miss. Fnmg .Yuin Tsao, their guar
dian, held a whispered talk with Mrs.
Chase, the station matron, who blushed,
Smiled and let the maids pass in. They
were Miss. Chi Clio Wang and Miss
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