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In Our Corner Window.
We are Still In It,
You. vill find, some
and You Know It.
BOYS' KNEE SUITS
To -which, -we ask your attention.
First There is a Grey Checked Suit, good solid cloth, neat pattern,
well made, worth $3.00 anywhere New York, Chicago or San
Francisco and you will find it
Then look at that neat. Brown Plaid, a handsome Suit in every
way, and our price makes it still more desirable i . .
Now examine those Victor Cassimeres tasty patterns, well made
a Suit that any boy would be proud of, and wearers even for
bovs tnat woula wear out tjast iron . .
These prices are right.
The values are there.
Now, to make these values still more apparent, with every
Suit we give a Boy's Cap, also a Bow and Arrow; and with
every Dollar invested in these Suits, a guess for the Safety.
DRY COED WOOD,
HAY and GRAIN",
all at the lowest prices at
See what $3.00 will do..
lBoy's Knee Suit,
1 Boy's Cap,
,1 Bow and Arrow,
3 Guesses for Safety.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
We are selling more goods than ever,
for the simple reason that ,
Our PRICES are RIGHT.
We pay more for Produce than any
other dealer in The Dalles.
Consult Your Interests,
and Trade with.
JOLES, COLLINS & CO.
MAIER & BENTON.
Telephone No. 20.
THE RELIABLE FIRM.
Best Hotel in the City.
NEW and FIRST-CLASS.
Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
I have taken 11 first prizes.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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OCTOBER 30. 1894
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Dr. Doane today as to his eanitv. He
waa found to be mildly insane and will
be taken below in a day or so. He is
also suffering from granulated sore eyes.
He is perfectly harmless and at the
Bame time helpless.
We are informed that C. E. Morgan
was bound to appear before the grand
jury in his recent .trial, with bonds
fixed at $500, but failed to see any men
tion of the Portland papers. Mr, Mor
gan claims that he settled directly with
the company at San Francisco, and that
he will have no trouble in clearing him
self of the charge.
The Cause of It.
The evening Telegram has a very sen
sible editorial on the "FaBt Young
Man," and preached quite a sermon from
that text, using the case of Savage and
Klein of this place as a terrible example.
The lesson is all right, only in this case
the premises are wrong. One of the
boys was not left a fortune by his father,
but did have a few thousand dollars, not
more than $5000, and the other boy had
a trade, and the trade is one of the
things that got him into trouble. Klein
was a gun and locksmith. The main
Source of all the troubles of all the parties
L. C. Martin, a car repairer, received Connected with The Dalles Kane of young
an injury to bis right hand, Saturday in criminals of which Klein and Savage are
coupling cars. In pulling the pin his the last, was lack of control. They were
Work on the cannery is progressing
For sale A fresh milk cow. Inquire
at this office.
A wagon load of heavy timbers for the
Winans fish wheels passed through
A fire at Kufus Sunday morning dam- q.
aged the Walks hotel to the extent of
$500. No insurance.
There will be a fair (riven by the
German Ladies Aid Society, at Fraternity
hall, Saturday, Nov. 3d.
The justice court was- busy all day
yesterday trying a case entitled The
State of Oregon against Radicke.
The county jail is pretty well filled up
with parties awaiting the action of the
grand jury. There are nine besides
Klein and Savage.
May Osmun yesterday secured judge
ment against H. D. Winters for $9,000
for breach of promise. This was the
second trial of the case. -
County court meets next Wednesday,
and if you have any bills get them in
Monday. If not presented by Tuesday
night they will go over the term.
In conversation with Sheriff Driver
this morning he stated that no more ar
rests would be made in connection with
the express robbery, and requested ua
to so state.
W. H. Glover, a brakeman,. caught
the sole of his " shoe on the runner or
guide to the door of a freight car Friday,
and was thrown out to the ground,
severely straining his back.
And now it is Sheriff Sears who dis
covered the clew to the express robbery.
Multnomah's sheriff can prove an alibi,
for he has been rattled ever since he led
the K. of P. parade three weeks ago,
Savage being unable to get bail is con
fined in the jail. Klein is kept in charge
. by the detectives, the object evidently
being to keep Klein and Savage entirely
separate, until their examination is over.
And now the full amount of the money
taken from the express office has been
recovered. Last night Samuel Klein,
father of the boy who robbed the office,
made the amount good by paying in to
' the express office the amount missing
. Geo. Henry Burns a resident of Tygh
was examined by Judge Blakely and
hand was caught between it and the
dead wood, the pin larcerating the inside
of the hand and breaking the metacarpal
bone of the little finger. Dr. Logan at
tended tofeis injuries, and he went to
Portland on the afternoon train the
Work is progressing rapidly at the
locks, and preparations are being made
for puttiug in the lower gates. Pumps
are being put in to pump out the lower
part of the canal, and this part of it will
be completed. . The lower guard walls
will be finished, so that by spring boats
can run into the lower lock. A large
force of men are at work excavating for
the upper guard walls.
The secretary of the treasury has made
ruling that natural gas imported from
an ad a shall be free of duty. Some
time ago the department decided that
natural gas was a mineral product, and
a duty of 20 per cent ad valorem was im
posed. Subsequently this was reduced
to 10 per cent, and now gas is to come in
free under the head of "unenuraerated
Sheriff Driver this morning, on being
informed by Klein as to its whereabouts,
went to the alley between First and
Second streets and found under the edge
of the sidewalk, near the entrance to the
old land office, on Washington, a pair of
pincers which Savage and Klein had the
night of the robbery. The boys con
cealed themselves under an old work
bench in the alley at the place indicated,
while waiting for Hill to leave the ex
Brother Nickell, of the Jacksonville
Times, was elected treasurer of the Ore
gon Press Association at Pendleton last
week. Charlie is a recognized power in
Oregon journalism. Klamath Falls JSx
press. That a right. It needs a good
solid man for that position. If anybody
should get away with-the "sack" be
longing to the Oregon Press Association
there would be weeping and wailing,
and gnashing of teeth. Lake County
Examiner. The "sack" is undoubtedly
safe, as it is understood the brother re
fused an invitation to "settle up and
then settle down" on the event of his
The case of the State against Badicke
was expected to be closed by noon to.
day, but the attorneys took up consider
able time in arguing upon the admissi
bility of testimony, and so when '
o'clock came, which was. the hour set
for the examination of Gibous and Sav
age, their trial was continued until
3 o'clock. Judge Bennett will appear
for both Gibons and Savage in their ex
amination this afternoon, and it is safe
to say the courthouse will be crowded to
its utmost capacity. There never was a
case in the city that awakened so keen
an interest, and everybody will be on
hand to hear the testimony.
allowed to run together like a lot of wild
coyotes, and like them encouraged one
another to mischief.
Tho Dalles Star Chamber.
What protection is there for any citi
zen when arraignments may be made in
star-chamber eecresy, as was done at
The Dalles yesterday in the case of the
men arrested on the charge of robbing
the Pacific Express office? The men of
a right should have been arraigned in
open court. No sympathy for the prison
ers suggests tnese remarKs, Dot a sense
of justice to the public prompts them.
What justice could the best man in
The Dalles hope for under such proceed
ings? The people of The Dalles should
not tolerate such a course. Where legal
injustice is done the worst criminal, be
sure the innocent have but little guar
antee of protection. Portland Sun.
Mr. Charles Koehler of Boyd is in the
Mr. W. J. Payette of Kingsley is in
the city today. -
Mr. George Young arrived from Bake-
oyen last night.
Dr. Leavens came up from the Cascade
Locks this afternoon.
Mr. Quieley. of the Evening Telegram,
was in the city yesterday.
S. J. LaFrance and W. J. Smith were
up from Hood Biver yesterday.
Miss Maud Burke of Oakland, Calfor-
nia, is visiting ner aunt, Airs. J. w.
Mr. C. Leonard Ireland of the Moro
Observer made this office a pleasant
Miss E. Maude French, who has been
in the Eaet for two years or more, left
Chicago Saturday evening, and is ex
pected here on the tram tomorrow morn
Judd Fish. Nick Sinnott and Walter
Klindt went bear huntinglaBt Friday in
the upper part of Hood Biver valley.
and have not yet returned. Bear meat
will be a drug in the market when they
get back, that is, it will sell at the same
price as drugs.
In this city, Sunday, Oct. 27th,
Mvrtle. infant daughter of Jos. and
Lizzie Eoff, of Portland.
A Dufar Case.
The case of the state against Radicke
was on trial yesterday, and not being
finished occupied the attention of Justice
Davis all morning. Badicke was ar
rested for writing threatening letters to
Dr. Deitrich of Dufur, making all sorts
of accusations against him, ' most of
which will not bear printing, and threat
ening that if he did not settle some claims
Radickeclaimed be owed him, that he
would swear to the statements contained
in the letters and publish them. Deputy
District Attorney Phelps appears for the
prosecution, assisted by Mr. Biddell
and Mr. Dufur for the defense. The
doctor and Badicke are both from Dufur
and as a result a large portion of our
neighboring town is here to testify in
the case. "
Real Estate Transactions.
Oct. 27 Alfred Kennedy and Caro
line Kennedy to Francis M. Kennedy
lots G, H, I, J and D, block 64 in Dalles
Military reservation ; $30.'
Oct. 29 L. D. Ainsworth et ux to D.
M. French and J. W. French, lots 2 and
3 block 11, Laughlin's addition to Dalles
City ; $4,000.
Oct. 29 William H. Neabeack to
James Bell, ewj sec 6, tp 3 south range
13 east; $700. '
A Deserved Compliment.
Richard E. French has already risen
to prominence as one of our most suc
cessful stars. Few actors have gained
stronger hold upon the high appreciation
of our theater-goers. . In no character
has he shown great tact and ability than
in the play of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,
where he plays a double role. His ren
dition of these two characters have never
been surpassed in this city, and those
who failed to see him, lost a great treat
Oregonian. Subscr.be for The Cheosiclk.
Help la Wanted
By the women who are ailing and suf
fering, or weak and exhausted. And, to
every such woman, help is guaranteed by
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. For
young girls just entering womanhood ;
women at the critical "change of life;"
women approaching confinement ; nurs
ing mothers ; and every woman who is
run down" or overworked, it is
medicine that builds up, strengthens,
and regulates, no matter what the con
dition of the system.
Halt's an invigorating, restorative tonic,
a soothing and bracing nervine, and the
only guaranteed remedy for "female com'
plaints" and weakness. In bearing-
down sensations, periodical pains, ulcer
ation, inflammation, and every kindred
ailment, if it ever fails to benefit or cure
you have your money back.
From the latest figures obtainable it is
discovered that the average freight rate
in the United States is less than, in
other country. The average per ton per
mile in Europe is 2.05 cents, while in
the United States it is but 1.22 cents
Switzerland presents the highest rate
3,35, followed by Norway with a rate of
The success that has attended the use
of Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lin,
ament in the relief of pain and in curing
diseases which seemed beyond the reach
of medicine, has been truely remarkable.
Hundreds supposed to be crippled for
life with arms and legs drawn up crook'
ed or distorted, their muscles withered or
contracted by disease have been cured
through the use of 'this remedy. Price
25c, 50 and $1.00 per bottle. For sale by
the Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
Hamfatte Did your play have a long
ran in the west? Tiewalker No, bnt
the company had a d d long walk.
When Baby -was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
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Doxi't Be Caiiglit
Buying Groceries at less than we sell
them, for we sell the best there is at
the lowest possible prices.
J. B. CROSSEN, - - - The Grocer.
Telophono ITNTo. GB.
Fine G-oods, A Clean Store. . . Prompt Delivery.
FROM THE EASTERN MARKETS,
NEW FALL and WINTER DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING-, FURNISHING- GOODS,
Notions, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Cash Buyers are invited to examine our New Prices, as everything will be
sold with the smallest profit. Special Bargains every day'of the week.
TERMS STRICTLY OMSH.
Yon Can't Ii to Ora
In anticipation of a renewal of business activ
ity, we have bought an enormous line of Men's
Underwear and Overshirts for Fall and Winter,
which we have placed on the market at prices
to suit the times. . ,
JOHN C. HERTZ