Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1908)
SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1008.
THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
j ; . i : : :
Gamer Wriglit of Seattle in expect'
ed to trrlve today to upend the
Eastern holiday with hii aunts, the
MUtei Mary and Ruth Carner,
Mint Sophia Rcimnn of Portland in
visiting with her cousin, Mint Clara
Munioii i of Warrenton, Mlsi Rci
man and Miss Munson were visltori
In Astoria Thursday evening and at
tended the meeting of the Rcbckah
Mrs. Pracl has returned from mak
ing an extended visit with her sons
and their familiiet hi Portland. '
Mini Mary Gill has arrived from
Fcrndale, Cal., to visit with her lis
ter, Mr. Gricse and Mrs, Joseph
Phillip of this city. ' ' , '
Mrs. O. M. Ford and baby daugh
ter of llwaco, Wash., were the guest
of Mrs. Whitman several days this
week. Mr. Ford wat returning from
a brief visit In Portland. ,
' Mr. Carrie Hubbard of Independ
ence, Ore., grand warden of the Re
bekah Assembly of Oregon, paid an
official visit on Thursday evening of
this week to Gateway Rebekah Lodge
No. 77 of this city. There wa a large
turn out to greet the grand officer sev
eral coming from other points to be
present during the exercises. At the
close of the meeting, the committee
In charge of the entertainment erved
a sumptuous banquet. During the
banquet several amusing little im
promtu talks on topic pertaining to
the lodge were given. The feasting
and jollity lasted until a late hour
and all who were present expressed
themselves as having spent in en
.' - i ii
J ' , . '...!! IKS
visited Sackajawca Lodge at Ham
mond on Friday evening. While there
the Indies were royally entertained.
Last evening was spent with the
Rainier Lodge. Mrs. Hobson is ex
pected home today but Mr. Hubbard
will continue her tour to other
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Numb of
Chinook. Wash., were Astoria visitors
mcnt of their daughter, Elizabeth
Mary to Mr. Frank S. Lewii of this
city. The wedding will take place on
Saturday, April 25th,. at the country
home of Mr. and Mri. Raske. The
young people are well and favorably
known here where they have a host
of friend. ,
Mr. Ira Gaston of Kelso, Wash,,
visited hi parent, Mr. and Mr. R.
M, Gaston the early part of thi
Dr. and Mr, Frank Vaughn and
Mr. Chetcr Fox spent last Sunday
at the Vaughn ranch in the Nehalcm
The young ladies of St. Agnes'
Guild of Grace Church are planning
for an oraan recital to be given at the
church soon after Easter. Mr. Carl
Denton, organist of Trinity Church,
Portland, will take part In thi recital.
Mis Sadie Crang ii ipending a
week in Portland.
The teachers of the Shively school
will hold a cake sale on next Friday
afternoon. The proceed to apply on
an organ which was recently purchas
ed for the use of the primary grades.
Miss Bessie Kindred of Tokcland,
Wash., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert C. Ross.
The Indies of the First Methodist
church of thi city will give a "tea" in
the church parlors the coming Tues
day. The Birthday Club of the
Methodist Church will be entertained
next Saturday afternoon at the home
of, Mrs. Husey on Franklin avenue.
ft ft ft ft
The firemen of Seaside will give
their fourth annual ball at the Shell
Road Pavilion Saturday evening,
ft ft ft
Mr. Wilson Slinc left Friday
Mr, Hubbard and Mrs. Hobson board the Roauoke to spend hi vaca-
Mrs. Clara P. Hobson delightfully
entertained a number of lady friends
at her home on Ninth street on
Thursday afternoon m honor of Mrs.
Carrie Hubbard of Independence,
Ore., who was her guest that day.
The occasion was also Mrs. Hobson'
birthday anniversary and those pres
ent joined in wishing their hostess
many happy returns of the day.
During the afternoon dainty refresh
ments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. s! P. Raske of
Young's River announce the engage-
g iA ' - -A" sV
Proof Is Inexhaustible that
Lydla E. PlnkUam'u Vegetable
Compound curries women safely
through the Change of Life.
, Read the letter Mrs. E. Hanson,
804 E. Lou? M., Columbus, Ohio,
writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
. " I was passing through the Change
'of Life, and suffered from, nervous
j noss, headaches, and other annoying
symptoms. My doctor told mo that
Lydla 14. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
I, pound waa good for me, and since tak
ing it I feel so much better, and I can
again do mv own work. I never forgot
to tell my f riends what Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound did for me
during this trying period."
FACTS FOR SICK WOlVIEN.
Vnv thlrtv vflnrsi T.vriMii. E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, made;
from roots ana neros, lias ueen me
Btandard 1 remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic, pains, backache, that bear-mg'-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion,' dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it?,. a,
Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She has guided thousands to
healtlu Address, Lynn, Mass.
tion in California.
ft ft ft ft ft
Mrs. John McGowan of llwaco, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Albert
Mis Edith Kimball is spending a
week in Portland visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Victor Luthe.
The senior class of the Astoria
high school arc preparing to give a
dancing party soon after Easter.
The ladies of the Sewing Club met
with Mrs! J. Paul Badollct at her
home on Commercial street on Fri
day afternoon of this week.
Senator and Mrs. W. T. Scholfield
nre visiting friends in the Willamette
ft ft ft
Miss Alma Holmes delightfully
entertained the members of the D. M.
C. D. Club at her home on Thirty-
fourth street on Tuesday evening of
Miss Eva Holmes has gone to
Seattle for several weeks' visit with
relatives and friends.
Miss Lvdia Fletcher of Walla
Walla, Wash., is the guest of Mrs.-
D. B. Allen.
ft ft ft
Miss Ina Mannula has returned
from a several weeks' visit' in Seattle
and Tacoma. Miss Lina Mannula
who has been attending the academy
at Tacoma returned with her sister
and will remain until after the Easter
ft ft ft
The engagement of Miss Bessie
O'Connor and Mr. Charles E. John
son was announced during the past
week. The wedding will take place
in a short time. Miss O'Connor is a
.-tiartninnr vminff woman with host
of friends and acquaintances in and
around Astoria who join in hoping
that her married life will prove im
measurably happy. Mr. Johnson is a
successful business man, having been
engaged in the grocery business for
several years. The young couple will
reside here after their marriage.
The Sewing Society of the Relief
Corp9 meets every first and- third
Wednesday afternoons at the homes
pf the different .members. The meet
ing' "next Wednesday will be at the
home of Mrs. Rich on Fifth street.
The ladies are preparing for a bazaar
to be held in the early fall.
.' Mrs. Albert Kinney entertained a
number of lady friends this week at
her home on Ninth street. The af
ternoon was spent in a delightfully
social way, the ladies bringing their
sewing.' The hostess served dainty
refreshments which all appreciated.
GET INTO THOSE OXFORDS
SOLD BY BROWN
i m .r!"
And Ladies's and Gentlemen's Footwear is in damand. The styles are more
handsome and more varied this spring than ever. Every correct shoe is here-from
the lightest and daintiest house and dress shoe to the heavier shoes for outdoor wear.
.LADIES' PATENT LEATHERS
What looks sweller, richer or more dainty peeping out from under a woman's skirts
than a handsome Patent Leather Shoe or Slipper? There are leathers and leathers,
but Patent Leather is the leather for dress wear.
We Have the Prettiest Patent Leather Shoes That
Ever Clasped a Pretty Ankle.
We have Ladies' Patent Leather Footwear in Dress Shoes, Oxfords, Colonials and
Slippers? Military and Steeple Heels; Perforated Tips, Etc. No extravagant
piices. Shoes bought at Brown's are always right. ,
LOOK AT BROWN'S WINDOWS AND BE CONVINCED
cm A& .
The Family Shoe Man
HOME FAT REDUCER.
Worki Rapidly and Safely Requires
no Exercising and Allows You
to Eat What You Like
Cut This Out
For the benefit' of those who wish
to reduce their flesh quickly and
safely, we will give the receipt and
directions in ful for a simple house
hold remedy that can be obtained at
trifling cost from any good drug
store; 1 ounc Marmola, i ounce Fluid
Extract Cascara Aromatic and 31
ounces Syrup Simplex. All three are
cheap and wholesome, but you should
take care to get an unbroken pack
age so that you get Marmola and not
a substitute. When you get home
mix the three together by shaking
them together in a large bottle and
take one teapoonful after each meal
and at bedtime.
Follow these directions and you
will have the best fat reducer that
money can buy. It will take off the
flesh at the rate, of at least two
pounds a week without disarranging
the stomach or causing wrinkles,
while, best of all, ,po exercising or
dieting is required to help it out. You
can get results and at the same time
take things easy and eat what you
like as much as you like and when
ever you like. -
The American public has antici
pated Charles Frohman by at least
one full theatrical season. They
have themselves starred Billie Burke,
whd came to America to be leading
lady for John Drew. Wherever "My
Wife" is played Miss Burke is hailed
with delight and farewelled with tears
and occasionally good but always
well intentioned poetry. In her own
incomparable way, Miss Burke re
cently wrote to Charles Frohman's
New York offices that her fame was
spreading to unexpected quarters.
She had heard that her "face was be
ing used to advertise a pill in the sub
way." And she "did not like it."
(i. e., the pill). Minions were im
mediately dispatched to search in
divers directions. But fruitlessly
so. There were pills in the subway
but nowhere not in all the length
and breath of New York was there
to be found a face of the charm of
SHE'S A QUEEN
SHE'S A SIREN
is an expression that is always heard at sight of a well
developed woman. If you are flat chested, with BUST
undeveloped, a scrawny neck, thin, lean arms the
above remark will never be applied to you. "SIREN"
wafers will make you beautiful, bewitching.' They DE
VELOP THE BUST in a few weeks from 3 to 6 inches
and produce a fine firm, voluptuous 'bosom. They fill
, out the hollow places. Make the arms handsome and
well modeled and the neck and shoulders shapely and
of perfect contour.
Send for a bottle today and you'll be pleased and grate
ful. "SIREN" wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasent to take and con
venient to ca'rry around. They are sold under guarantee to do all we
claim or MONEY back. :
Price $1.00 per bottle. Inquire at good drug stores or send DIRECT
to us. '" .''''..,'''.
During the next 30 days only we will send" you a sample
bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10 cents to
pay cost of packing and portage if you will mention that you
saw the Advertisement in this paper. The sample alone may be sufficient
if defects are trivial. '
Desk 22 ESTHETIC CHEMICAL Co., 31 West 125th St New York.
for Men are
r : -1
min R (o MAKERS.
they cost no more, ard
wear longer than others.
And there is the Correct
New York Style that,
stays in a "Benjamin1
Garment to the end.
That's why we sell
The Brownsville JVoolen Mills Store
557 Commercial Street
Classified Ads. in' the Astorian Give
Best Results .