THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1339 The Weekly Chronicle. TUB lA MKItOM " orritut rAt-mo wae:ucuuim. aJ tf.iteriiaa. av kail. roeraea rearaio, in aovaata. 0n rr J UMMll ?? f UrM ImmlllS. ..' ........... SO Atrlni rata raeeunaUe. ea4 made koowa mmmtmlcelloua lo"TM (HHON. h:U. "I bel'allea. uru. LOCAL BMBVIT1ES. (ih, Iwwoy'" Is In mnrnlnri Ah4 Itewojr is lliaalay, Anl Admiral I hal raiua aalllli up Ilia bar. Ami Iran aia Ilia oulrd ataa ill Ilia ami iiiiIum eraw, Iiul wa lira a l-n lu lUrraf i dou.il iblnk wado, Wednesday'! Ually. Tha bui sheet fur "A breezy Time" III be open tomorrow morning at the Boiler Drug Company'!. Price, fan tral idrultilon 25 reserved Matt 60 and 75 cents. Dlogi-nei bring asked s 'What It that beast which la Ilia moat dangerouiT" replied: "01 beam, tha bit of a slanderer; and of lama beattt, tbe flatterer." Tha condition of tha crosswalk! la be ginning lo make ihoaa who ar com pelled to rro them crott, aa I hay tpoil say I""' !hlne and causa tha ladle to a!k a Ith aklrta much badrabblad. Wa understand that thrta train loada of troops will paaa through tha city thlt ertiiing, tha But arriving at 7 o'clock, tha tecoii I an hour later and tha third about V o'clock. So far aa wa can laarn Ibey will not atop off hara. A special talagraut from Pasco yester day mIJ that tha immense coalbonkert of the Northern Pacific, at thrl pilnt, wart on flra and burning fleretlj. Tha company hai a flna plant for handling enormous quantities of coal, pat In at a large ritenee, and at Pasoo loadt all passenger and fralght tralna on the main Una. It may ba ol Interest lo tba frlendt of Miss Clara Grimee in thia city tn know that lha laft Purttaod Saturday lor Can Francisco, whera aba hal accepted a petition in tha diettmaklng parlor re cantlr started thara by Mndau McClare. Eveiy young lady may not ha angelic, bat J ul Ida tame thara ara precious faw who haven't wing that dayi; not only Sprouting, but full grown, judging from tha laogth of torn of tbem. A faw ol tham would put tboaa of tha nobla lied Man to shame. Tharawata good attendance at tba oiMtlng of tha League of A mark an Sportsman latt night. It rantr twanty-IWa maiubara to organlta a itata diriaion and thrra ara now thirty-three member! here. Tha writing trom menled that K bt. Kally ba appointed chief warden and Lao Schanno lecrvtary for ildt dlvltlon. Tha Delict can already toast of tele phona system which excel thoaa of any loan In list on tba coast, and tha Ore goo Telrphoue Company la al present galling ont a naw Hat, having added a largo number of natnaa to It city lit, and Itt country Hat la Incraaalng rapidly. Each day at wa call np tome nalgl bor ing (arm aa ara lad to wondar how wa rar got along bofora connection! ra ad with that placea ao naar and yl ao lar. If well brgun ia half dona, tha winter in tome of our neighboring it ate will ba of thurt duration. In Cvlorado mow It falling at a lively rata, Fr mora thaa week norm of nnDrecedantrd aevare It. for thia time of tba year baa brat raging in the mountain! torrounding I-a.lvlll. One band of 1400 tbeep and the l.trdar with them are lot. Other lara fl nkt hare reported haavy loteei ud no word baa been renelved from mtnrothere known to ba atlll in the mountain paaturaa. Theiultn! Peter filtran i. tha D. P. A A. N. Co. for damagra In tha turn ol$lir!f9, waa tried In tha inperior court t Vancouver Monday and yetterday nd want to tha Jury today. Tba cate the moit InUretllog that bat coma P In Clark county for toma time. Tha BliintifTa In tha caaa allege that Hit Heart of tlia ttaamar Inland Flyer put tham athore on Motqulto Itland in Feb ""'Tlatt when their dettlnallon waa Waihongal; that they were compelled to ndure fold and bnnger aa remit. Therompany On tba other hand claim "at tl.eir ac Jon In Ibe matter wat en tirely unavoidable, and brought up toma Plandld tvldenre In antwer. Capt. "I'ort and Fred Bronton were tha prln 'PI witnettai for the company. The 'd!ctwl probahly ba announced in "'H'ii' Teleyain. rmi tayi our rainy teaton hain't JKnn yet, hut that tha tky will again "clearing" before tha fall ralna let in n earnest. The itorm of latt night and to"ly miiy not bava been In earnett, D,H It wit ni jika, and everybody la Jlad of It, fof Juaa. now a good ., norm very welcome. It will lx a aplendid "''igforiunimer fallow,' grail on tha and In fact a good thing atl 'nd. people who came in from the jountry ye.terday tay the rain began tilling Mry , Ul- tftornoon( , th,i , ,,(- veral hour tba Hart of tha 'y. Latt night wa bad AH of an Inch. ii ia iaii toy many Dallea people who havaatiendad tbetspotltlon In Ponland lliit year that the pievalenca of the vaudevilla throughout lha land, Ii dem onstrated at lha perlorimiicfa given at lha eipotliiun. To thote of luom rr Unad taate lliit Ii to tw regretia.J. While the inutie a Ortt c an and there are uiauy other commendable fratrirra, too much of what might be tariued a variety llvlo i being InlrodiiCKd. Wa have heard many iak with ditgut of the cake walk Friday evening, laying that Ibe walk at given by one couple from the Lyric Opera Couipauy wnt poritlvuly Indecent, and all were glad that the drkli were given the eaka in prefer. t. I a a ence to thlr nvala, w ho displayed mcli bad title, Tliurnjny'i pnl'r lUarriaK ilcaniw wa grannd to Win. E. Wheeler and Mait'.e Uurluii yeiter dir. The Oregon Hiate SumUy fc'iool Am tociatlun will bold lit annual inetetlrig at Albany thlt year, beginning October 20 :h and continuing fur three dayi. ! lit all right three night t when the light la bung In the iky, but wait till the moon learet nt and datknete relgni. mpreine, then bow we will lemtmber! the light that failed lo connect. I Magaiine readart ara familiar with Plogree A Srultb'i "Compoalt" 3 ihoet , for wom.u, and will be glad to learn i thai they are to be had in onr city. A. ; M. William A Co. ara iale lural d.a- j tributnrt. "Ihay hate come!" "Who have comeT" "Pingrea A bmlth't 'Compoiita' 3 ihoet for woman the belt 13 ihoet oo earth." "Where are they?" "At A. M. Wllli.im A Co't." They're ready to ba looked at tried on aod worn off. Three carioadi of troopt of the Thirty ninth regiment piiaed through latt night on their way to Vancouver bar rat kt. The flnt car arrived here at T:) and the other two about midnight. Siturday tha Michigan troopt will pin through, reaching hera about 12:30. Although a wealthy ctly, Spokane could never tie termed a "city of church ei;" in fad, in a rellglnut line, vltitort lo that city deem it rather alark. It teemt, however, to be waking op and they ara about to build a V).000 Cath olic church, having paid I'.'S.OOO for tha lot. II. F. Duvidton, president of the Pa videon Fruit Co., layt that of the many carloads of atraaberriei the company ihlpped thit teasoa, ona carload wai hipped lo Lot Angeiet, the (auiont strawberry belt of California. Thit speaks volume! for the Hood lilver production. The ground Ii getting a good soaking now, and from tba way the barometer ret inert we ara likely lo have a con tinuation of the ttorm. It now ranges aU.nl 20.0, indicating wind or rain. Since 0 o'clock Tuesday night we have bad IM inchet of rainfall, and from all we ran learn, outlying districti have bad more. fmallpcs hit not inbsidid by anv mtnnsrot meant; but It lurking here aod there, miking ill apiiearanca where It ia least upected. Two caret were to day reported in the family of A. fjhnrl, ust arroas the river from Rufut. Two young men were taken down and when a physician waa called be pronounced them genulm catet of tmallpoi. ' Contrary to tha report that the Inter national race wai declared off nntil Monday, the Columbia and Shamrock tried their speed again today; but 'twas the tame thing over again, and the wind went back on them. When the race wai called off, however, tha Columbia wat half mile in the lead and lha re mit waa almoat a foregone conclusion. Oo one evening little 4 year old Doro thy had failed to remember her father In her prajer because ha bad scolded her. "You mutt pray for papa, too, Dot," aaid her mother. "But I don't want to, replied tha little one. "But you moat, Dol,"taid her mother. Drop ping upon her kneel again. Dot added: "And for pity'! tke, bleu papa too, and let ua bava peace in the family." Lut night in Salem Wllena Knight, daughter of P. 8. Knight, and Arthur Stringer, of San Francisco, were united In marriage. "Lena" wat ttodent In tba academy bera during ita palmy dayt and will ba remembered by many of her fellow ttudente. Many of the books need by her frlendt bear the marki of her artlitlo taste, and tha hat tinea developed into an artist of great ability. Dallea frienda with her well In her new relation in life. ' The annual convention of W. C. T. t worken, which hat Jutt cloted in Port land and will be held In Seattle, conven ing today and closing on the 2Gih,li of more than unial Interett and import ance, because It will mare. iii -. anniversary, or the twenty-five year milestone, of tha Woman'a Chrlitian Temperance Union of the United State, than which no nobler organlistlon out tide of the churchci eilslt, .and It It cloiely allied with church work. The meeting of the Oood Intent Sa tiety at the home of Mrt. Smith French yreterday afternoon wat a particularly pleasant one. At pleasing variation Mrt. O. T. Terr ting a ery pretty eolo, and wat compelled lo give an encore. Rev. Hawk alto favored tha Udiea with a pleating mutical lelcclion, end Mrt. French read two telcct nd Ttry touch- I . . f m aaa-aa-aaa a MHMMMBHBMMBHiMMB ll" . , 71 Saturday's Special. OCTOBER a 33c and 47c Thaa are) tha prlcoa for ona day only on DRESS GOODS. The line contain some very choice thlngt and ynu bava ample opportunity to make up your mind. See our Eait window display. Handsome New Petticoats. 98 cents for near silk petticoalt In beautiful atriped eflVcti, fioitbed with heavy tpace cording, tightly and serviceable, worth tjl 50 each. $3.00 for beautiful mercertaed illk petticoat! with deep Spanish flounce, well bound, all the new autumn colors, wonb (4 00. $1.98 lor handsome metallic tatin petticoalt. umbrella thaped, with corded ruf fle at bottnm, solid colort and bandeoine ttripet and dots. You'll And them 13.00 elsewhere. $6.00 and every intermediate price np to $15.00, for elegant ailk petticoats, tba prettiett ttylet and best valoet in town. All Cooda Marked In Fl-urea ing poemi. After business bad been disparted lunch wat tervej- and greatly eiijiyed. Purebred ihort horned bulli for aale at mv ranch in Tygh vallev, compriting eilvet, yeirl'iigi and two-year-olds. Oct 1 3-1 in Roar. Man. In Tuesday 'iChkosii'I.b we called at tention to tha object ol tha League of American Sportsmen, interest in which ii being awakened In thia city, which hai been made district headquarter. The organization It but two year told, and yet In tha United Statu and Canada it number! nearly SCOO member. The head office ii at New York, and the chief wardens, among whom ara the most prominent men of the onion, reside in varlom ttatet, while deputy warden! are appointtd where diitricti are or ganized. Nothing but a universal move ment can stop the wholesale tlanyhter of onr wild creatures, w hen it hai been discovered that in thirty states and territories the decrease in the volume of bird life during the latt fifteen yean hat readied an average of fortr-als per cent. In our own Hate the ilaughter of deer alone hat heen enormous, not to men lion other game. The manager of the Metropolitan Opera Company must have chaniied hit mind about the "linpoteitdllty of (lay ing inch a company for 73 cents" for they are playing In Salem, where, al though the facilitiet are not the belt, they have a much better Hage than the Baldwin, for 73, 50 and 5 cntt. Alto at Albany for the same prices. Eugene, like The Dalles, evidently containa only, wealthy people, who acorn to pay less than $1, for the pricei are held op there and 150 had ilgued an agreement to pay that much. Two Wasco county catea were argued In the tupreme court Tuesday at Paleui. Ona wai tha care of the Slate vt. Jake Andrews, who wat charged with having in bit possession and showing obscene pictures, and in which tha circuit court brought In a true bill on May 25, 1897. The other case wai that of tba Oregon Lumber Co. va. Levi Jonei and Burnt Jonet, of Hood Klver. B. 8. Hunting Ion appeared at attorney for the de fendant In tba flnt case, and for the plaintiff In tha latter; while Judge Ben nett wai attorney for the defendant In lha Jones case. Much complaint it heard of late re garding tiie number of diunken Indiana in our city and the wholesale manner in which liquor must be dealt cut lo them. Surely If the government refmei to prosecute thote who thui bresk the law, there muit be tome way to put a Hop to it. A drunken white man ii more dis gusting we admit; but perhaps not quite to unmanageable. These Indiana are returning from hop picking and other piirsulti and bava planted them selves down in camps at the head of the brewery grade until inch a time at they have irnt their """? on "flre waler." In the meantime they ara fighting, running about half naked, and ao conducting themselvei as to frighten the women and chlldicn In the neigh borhood half to death. They are not safe to hive altout, much len a credit to my city to allow them inch liberties. Those who tell them liquor should be deallwith flnt and then they should be made to move on. FiI1h Eallr- The Butler Drug Co.'t Golden hair tonic It potitive core for dandruff. Try bottle. Dr. Btyner, tbe tkctrie dector, will 21st, 1509. a al 50c and 65c Pease & Clays leave tbe city Sunday. If you wish to consult him improve the time. Wheat hat dropped aomewbat. In Portland tbey are paying 57 for No. 1 and here the warehouse! aia giving 52 for No. 1. Bacon I tee they tay Dewey descend ed from tonie of the old Engliih kings. Egbert Well, be teemt to have worked up again, all right. Yonkera Statesman. Harry C. Llebe earriet the most com plete ttock of diamonds, watches, Jewel ry and Sterling silver noveltiea in the city, which he sells at a reatonable price. Call and inspect tbe assortment. Tha soldier boyi are ait i 1 1 on their way home, and at about 1 ;30 tomorrow after noon 050 Montana troopa will arrive here and take dinner at the Umatilla House. Let'i give them a more hearty , greeting than the Minnesota boya re ceived. Sterling til ver mounted tootb and balr j bruthee, nail filer, button books, ihoe hornt, paper knives, combs, brashes, mirrort, seals, and complete toilet and manicure sets vt' different designs are found-in stock at H. C. Llebe'a itorii in the Yogt block. Reportg from Antelope lay the fair ii a howling success; that it ia Ibe best ever held in this district. Tbe itock exhibit ii especially good, aud all other ezhibiti in proportion. The racing baa been ipoiled by tbe rainy weather, and tbe mud it very deep. Tbe band which the "Breezy Time" company bringt with them i-oniisti of tizteen pieces, and wa are to be favored with two concert! Monday ; ona at noon and tha other in Ibe evening. Be aura to bear them. Bring all tba children out and get the benefit of tbe mmic. Walla Walla county Ii making her boast that 114 marriage licenses bava been recorded with tbe county clerk ao far thit year. Wa thought Wasco wat doing extra well thia year with eixty nine Jlcenees; but it Isn't in it witb Walla Walla In that liue, and we venture to lay we haven't bad aa many divorce casei either. There may be "many a ilip 'twlzt tbe cop and the lip," but that doesn't mean when the Columbia haa anythlhg to do with it, and the cop ii onn again. For, having won the race today, making her three timea the winner, tba Colombia again give! oi tha cop. At 2:40 the race wai finished, with tiie Columbia almost a minute abead of the Shamrock. "Kieplng Cowl For Profit" it the well chosen title of the neweit work on practical dairying to come under our notice. We understand that a large iftoe of thit little publication la being gratuitously circulated with tha compli ment! of The De Laval Separator Co,, 74 Cortlandt atreet, New York, which courern pfTert to tend a c ipv lo every reader of the CiinnMcLt upon request. It is announced by the management that "A Breezy Time," which will be teen at the Vogt Monday night, It con tinually comical and alwara interesting. 1 1 ia laid that no farce comedy upon the road contains so many captivating tongs, so ninny well-built chorut girls, and to many original comediant. The individu al talent of the performers it what the management rely upon to make the entertainment worth while attending, and to that end each member of the company hat been given full liberty to elaborate hie or her individual ablll- tiet. "I have occasion to visit Tbe Dallet How can they Do It? Our answer Is simply... We hare adopted thit method of cleaning op what odd tizet wa bava Instead of carrying them over and doing it later. You are tha Bene ficiary, fr you have all the winter before you. Thit ia no after-aeaton iale, but a clearing up oi Bran New Goods. No ihoddy or thelf-worn good! here. These are regular $10, 1 12, 11X50 and tome $15 toiti lacriBced at TILL THEY'RE GONE. We have a line of Men's Suits. $3 When you tee good thing take it. . . Wa bava tha largeat and belt selected stock of Gent'i dltckintothet aud Overcoat! in Eaitern Oregon. SEE WINDOW. N. B. every month of the year," aaid visitor to our city recently, "and I can never remember of being here when a force of men were not tearing np tbe atreet! to mend aome broken-down sewer." There ii more troth than poetry in tha asser tion of thii gentleman, and if the money expended on repair! were need in put ting in new lyitem, aa contemplated, bow much better it would be. Today workmen are busy digging np Washing ton ttreet to repair cave-in at the corner ol Third. Woold it not be better to remedy the entire evil at once? Thete be tbe dayt when cyclittt "watch their chance and taka it a foot." From November lit nntil May 1st in Portland they may ride on tbe aide- walkt ; but not to in Tbe Dallet, whera the ordinance it In force the entire year. There are not a great many of wheels in our city,' and if a section were in ter ted, compelling ridert- to dismount rtthln thlrrw tuat rt nadn.l.idn. It ould not be out of tbe way to allow them the use of sidewalks during the muddy season. The trouble ii there aie alaaya a few "scorcben," who race along regardless of other people's rights, and tbe careful rider mutt bear the con- j sequence of their selfishness. j Engineer Andreaa, of the Inland Flyer, got a bath yetterday which be I didn't order, and although be doesn't obj'ct to taking an "annual," he would a little rather don bit bathing toil and ba prepared than lake water without being warned beforehand. But ona of tbe deck bandi neglected to fatten tbe guard gate, and Andrew! took a iwini in consequence. Leaning over tbe gate to tee if tba Regulator waa in tight, Andrew! found it waa not ao lubttantia) aa it should have been and wai soon out j of light bimieif. It wai then no jokang matter, but ba held on lo tba gate nntil email boat wat lent out to hi! rescue. It it laid the engineer waa in tha water for nine minutee; but be didn't tay to. Next time be'll leave tha guard gate alone and lean on the garden gate. If the opening party given by the Colombia Dancing Club la a criterion by, which to jodite the remainder of tboea which will be given during the winter, there it any amount of enjoyment ahead for tha membera of tha club. While there ara teveuty memben, only about forty couplea were present, which, how ever, ia tofficlent number to make dancing comfortable, and will perhapi be about the average ol thoaa attending. The club waa bappy in it! choice of a hall, for although another ball miitht be cozier and more easily decorated, there il no flwr in town to easv tadance oo, ai that of tbe Baldwin opera house, having a spring which it lacking in tbe other balls. Prof. Birgfeld and Mist Schmidt fnrnlthed the music, wnicb waa greatly ' appreciated, particularly tbe lateit catchy lelectioni. There wai a freedom and friendly atmosphere prev alent which ll lore to make these parties fill a vacancy which wai ao noticeable latt winter, and all are expecting they will be tbe tociety eventt of the season. That Joyful reeling With theexhilerating tense of renewed health atjd strength and internal clean liness, which follow! thanseof Syrup of Fige, ii unknown to the few who bava not progresred toyond the old-time medicinal and the cheap inbstlluei sometimes oflared but never accepted by the well-informed. Buy tha genuine. Manufactured by tha California Fig Syrnp Co. Subteribe for Tba Chronicle. WE DO IT. 95 that told heretofore at pricee ranging from $5.50 to $3.50, and good valuea at that. We have decided to run for the balance of tbia week at THE NEW LAUNDRY. Heady to D lha Vrj Beat Wark Patronise It. Previoui to tbe fire which deitroyed the laundry building on First itreel, Mr. Mac Alliiter had titled it np in tplendij tbape aod had every appliance for a first clast laundry. But bla labor cam to ntught, and be wn compelled to be gin anew, so put up building 36x100 feet on tbe corner of Third and Federal streets. Yesterday tbe reporter visited them at their new quarters, which arw much superior to tbe former tne, front tha fact that everything ii new and to much better light ia obtained. An office 12x20 and an assorting room 20x24 occupy the front of the building, while the main work room ia 36x70. This room hai every modern invention for laundry purpose! and everything ia in perfect thape. Here they employ a large force of women and girlt nnder the topervision of 3. W. Smith, of Chicago, a thorough laondryman, who baa been employed in one of the largest laundriea in that city. Our laundry hat alwaya been in need of just such a perron, and at we watched him tuperviting every detail, particularly the ironere, we felt satisfied there woold in the future be no complaint along tbat line. It ll natural that people should expect to have their' clothei brought horn from tbe laundry in a aatitfactory con dition, and if inch it not the case, to tend tbem elsewhere. But there will certainly be no reason for patronizing such an institution outside of our city now. All our own laundry aski n to bo given a trial, and it feeli aatiafied ita patrona will bare no causa for complaint. Not alone should be considered tbat a borne instituticn should receive onr patronage,' bnt tbe fact that a large num ber of our own people find employment here thould ba an incentive to give it bearty lupport. Report or tbe Hoy rnklle Sekawla. Tba following ii a report of tha Boyd public schools, fot tha tint month be ginning Sept. 19 and ending Oct. 13. '99: Number of pupils enrolled: boys, 13; girli, 24 ; total, 37. Average attendance during month, 34. Average per cent of deportment, 90. Popili musing no dart ; Elmer Smith, Ethel Southern, Addi Smith, Flora Baker, Harry Southern, Grade Biker, Lorena Smith,' Berlba Lower, Gertie Abnet, Iva Lower, Led ah Covey, Effie Taylor, Roy Covey, Emily Baker, Clarence Wing, Archie Darneille, May Abnet and Edward Darneille. Visitor! were : Mittet Dora Moore, Hat tie Adamt, Erma Bolton, Nora Alcott, Mr. George Willard and Matter Roy Bell. 'Parent!, patroni and all frienda of education are cordially invited lo visit our tchool. C. R. Dexms, Principal. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, it yon need Dr. Kiog'a New Life PIUi. Thonsanda ol tuflVreil have proved their matchleae merit for SUk and Nervoui Headachei. They mnkj pure blood and atrong nervei and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Oaly 25 cent!. Money bark II not tnred. Sold by Blakeley A Houghton, druggists. 1' Paint your house with paint! that arw fully guaranteed to latt. Clatka A Falk bava tbem. Use Clarke A Falk'i quinine hair tonie tq keep dandruff from the heal.