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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1895.
Notions and Fancy G-oods.
Sicilian Shell Hair Pins, per dozen ' 3oc
'Ladies' Parses, each . . . . : -. 5c
Ladies' Fancy Silk Garters, per pair $1.25
Ladies' Fine Saxony Mittens, pair 25c
Ladies' Fine Silk Mittens, special 50c
Our regular $1 Kid Gloves, special 75c
Colored Border Handkerchiefs, special 5c
Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs, special 12c
Tarn O'Sbanters, all colors'. .50c
Ladies Plaid Waists, latest effects - .$2.75
Misses' Eton Caps . -25c
Satin Ribbons, Nos. 7 to 12, per yard 10c
Buttermilk Toilet Soap, per cake 5c
Dry Goods and House Furnishings.
Our entire line of 40 and 60c Dress Goods to close at 25c
All our Novelty Dress Goods, all grade?, at cost.
Chenille Portieres, immense 6tock . .... .$3 per pair up
Lace Curtains, latest designs ...... .50c per pair ap
Readyrmade Sheets and Pillow Cases. . . . 20 and 75c pp
Art Denims, newest shades and patterns. .40 and 50c yd
Pure White Turkish Bath Towels, 54-inch ...... ... .75c
White Bed Spreads, from our specials .95c np
Pure All Liden Huck Towels, special 16c up
Fancy Curtain Screens 10 and 12c yd
Down Pillows from 75c to $1.59
Special line of Fancy Art Silks, 75c ..special, 50c
25 per cent, discount
on all Capes and Jackets. ,
Child's and Misses' Felt Slippers, best qualities. . . .
now going at 90c and $1
Child's and Misses' Felt Slippers, fnr trimmed
, can be had for $1.25 and $1.50
Ladies' Brown Felt Slippers, beaded, and trimmed .
; in velvet. . . . ... ...$1.50
Ladies' Black Quilted Satin Slippers, Needle Toe. .$1.75
Ladies' High-cnt Felt Slippers, fur trimmed .$2.00
Ladies' Tmkish Sandals, Tan and Red Kid. . . .... .$1.25
Gents' Embroidered Velvet Slippers, spec. $1 and $1.25
Child's, Misses' and Ladies' JButton Leggings
to go at $1, $1.25 and $1.50
: : : Special. : : :
Misees' Cape Mackintoshes, doub'e texture.$5.75 $4.00
Boys' Cape Mackintoshes " " . 5.40 3.50
LadieB' Cape Mackintoshes " "
Men's Cape Mackintoshes " " .
FiDe Embroidered Satin Suspenders, atest shades -
and best materials, just in.
Gents' Hemstitched Silk "Reefer" Mufflers, some
thing new; all shades... 85c to $1.20
Fine Ribbed Underwear, good at $1.90 $1.50
Special values in Silk Handkerchiefs at. ..50o
Fine Linen Handkerchiefs at 331c
in Clothing and Overcoats. : : :
You will find the largest line at lowest living pricee.
THE DAY IN CONGRESS
Keen Interest Taken in the
IT WAS HEARTILY APPLAUDED
Vied In Showing Their Approval of tha
' BenUmenti Contained Therein
Arrangements for Next
Jane'a ConTentlon. '
Washington, Dec. 17. The presi
dent's message reached the senate at
about 12:30. Senator Morgan, chairman
of the committee on foreign relations,
examined the message and then moved
to go into executive session, and at 12 :40
the doors were closed.
At 1 o'clock the senate resumed legis
lative session and the message' of the
president was laid before the senate.
The senators showed the keenest in
terest in the reading of the message.
There was " hardly a vacant seat on the
republican side, and but few 'absentees
on the democratic side. As the reading
closed there was a hearty hand-clapping
from alTquartera of the chamber, Chan
dler leading the demonstration on the
republican side. Veterans of the senate
say it was the most spontaneous demon
stration in their recollection.
The message and accompanying docu
ments were referred to the committee on
foreign relations, and at 1 :15 p. m. the
IK the House. .
Washington, Dec. 17. The house de
voted itself today to discussing the prop
psition to have two elections committees
instead of one, the Venezuelan message
meanwhile lying unopened.
This caused Crisp to exclaim : "There
is an important message from the presi
dent, relating to Venezuela, laying on
that table and yet this republican, con
gress enters upon "partisan action delay
ing the consideration of the president's
Bulick was quickly on his feet with
the inquiry: "Is it this house or the
president's ducking excursion that has
delayed the message of the Venezuelan
There was a round of laughter and ap
plause from the republican side.
"There is the message," proceeded
Crisp. "It lies unheeled, and yet, it is
a frank, honest and manly support of
the Monroe doctrine."
Both sides joined in applause at the
mention of the Monroe doctrine.
AT ST.. LOUIS.
Arrangements Made for Accommodating
St. Louis, Dec. 17. The engagement
of rooms to be occupied by different del
egations and prominent republicans dur
ing the convention, has at last taker,
some definite form and the managers of
some of the hotels have prepared lists of
those who will be in their bouses. Dur
ing the past few days Colonel Swords, of
Iowa, sergeant-at-arms of the republican
national committee, and Mr. Dwight A.
Lawrence, of New York, who is repre
senting the interests of Senator Quay,
have been in the city and have com
pleted their arrangements with several
The majority of the state delegations
have been provided for and a large num
ber of prominent republicans from a'l
eections of the country know the num
bers of the rooms there are to occupy.
The list of politicana and delegates at
the Planters', as given out by Manager
Weaver, will be:
Chauncey I. Filley and the Missouri
delegation ; General Clarkson, and the
Iowa delegation ; Matthew S. Quay, and
the Pennsylvania delegation: Colonel
Fesaenden and the Connecticut delega
tion; General Alger, of Michigan;
Chauncy M. Depew ; Colonel Trumbo, of
Utah; Thomas E. Piatt, of New York;
Hon. G. O. Hobart, of New Jersey;
Lieutenant-Governor Lyon, of Pennsyl
vania; Ben W. Andrews, of Pennsylva
nia ; M. H. De Young, of San Francisco ;
Warner Miller, of New York; Edward
Quackenbush, of Massachusetts ; the
Union Republican Club, of Philadel
phia; headquarters of the New York
delegation ; the Indiana delegation ;
Hon. H. C. Stickney, of Delaware, ac
coro pained by six friends: Messrs. Mc
Keei Flynn and George von Bammhotst,
of Philadelphia ; Dwight A. Lawrence,
of New York; Colonel H. L. Swords, of
Iowa; Messrs. Frank Hiscock, John
Cenyon, Hamilton Fish, Charles Hack:
ett and Reuben Fox. . '
The Union Republican Club has en
gaged 35 rooms-; Colonel Swords has
taken 45, and 30 have been placed at the
disposal of Mr. Lawrence. Mr. Swords
and Mr. Lawrence have not secured all
the rooms they will need, however, as
Mr. Lawrence will engage 75 and Colon
el Swords estimates that the people he
represents will fill nearly 2G0 rooms.
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Be ' Is an Active, Aggressive Candidate
for the -Presidency.
Chicago, Dec, 16. A special to a loc
al paper from St. Louis, says :
Colonel H. L. Swords, of Iowa, ser- i
geant-at-arms of the republic national
committee, who is here to select the
committee headquarters for convention
week, said in discussing the presidential
"Senator Allison is in no sense a .re
ceptive candidate for the nomination,
whatever that means. He is an active,
aggressive candidate. I saw him at
Washington Wednesday and had a long
talk with him. His campaign will be
managed by Ganeral James S. Clarkson
and Congressman Henderson, of Iowa.
Ours will be something of a waiting
policy. That is to say, we will hold our
forces in reserve until McKinley and
Reed cut one another to pieces, and
stop fighting from sheer exhaustion.
Then" we will plunge to the front with
"I am delighted that General Harri
son's friends have decided to enter him.
That . will, greatly relieve the intense
strain created by the etruggle between
McKinley and Reed. A great man is
General Harrison a great man and
there ia no telling at this juncture what
sort of a factor he is going to be in the
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SLAUGHTERING PRICED IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT
Dry Goods Department.
Blk Dress Silks
Blk Dress Silks
Blk Brocade Silks.
Plaid Dress Silks : . .
24 inch Surrah and fc'atin
Best Silk Plushes
Misses' Cloaks. , m
Ladies' Bonnets. : . . . .
Ladies' Trimmed Hats at ball price.
Flowers and Ornaments at half price
Ladles' Mackintoshes '. .
" - '
Misses Electric Circulars . . .... . .
Pure Silk Ribbons at half price.
Children's Underweaf from 15c.
Ladies' Underwear ................
10 and 12c
. .20 and 25c
. 30 and 35c
.. $1 25
... 1 35
....... 6 00
Dry G-oods Department.
Beg. Price. Sale Price
Ladies' Embroidered Skirts .fl 25 85c
" Wool Knit Skirts.... 185 $135
" Corsets. 75 55
. : ........... 1 00 75
Misses' Corset Waists . ; 40 30
Laces and Embroideries at half price.
Ladies' Kid Gloves 1 25 85
Lace Cunains ; 85 65
3 00 1 85
70-inch Pure Linen Table Damasks 1 00 75
Linen Napkins 25 15
Towels ., .10 7H
Towels 15 12
White Bed Spreads 1 25 95
White Bed Spreads 1 75 1 25
Cretons 30 22
Blankets, pplendid valuee, 65c to $4 00.
Peabody Muslins 6
Ixmedale " 7ht
Blackftone " : . . 8
Cabot W " 5
Cabot A "
Outing Flannels 10' 7
Outing Flannels 6 5
White Flannels.. 25 20
Sn pprior Calicos 7 54
Tuikev Red V 15 10
Gents' Clothing Department.
Tailor-made Suits. '.
. 6 00
. 8 00
. 12 00
Big Suits for large men.
Boys' Knee Pant Suits
Boys' Knee Pant Suits
Boys' Long Pant School Suits ;
" All Wool Panis
Ulsters. . . .
Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoos. . . . . '.- -i 1 75
Vici Kid Shoes , 2 25
" Vici Kid Goodyear Welt Shoes .a 00. ,
" Quitted Hand-turn Slippers. 2 0
" Velvet Hnd-turn Slippers I 60
" Vici Kid Strap Slippers. ; 2 2o v
$ 4 50
; 1 90
. 5 50
$ 1 45
' 2 50;
Regular . Sale
.. $1 75 $1 35
.. ,1 50 - 1 30
.. 1 75 1 35
. . 2 00 1 65
. . 1 75 1 35
.." 2 25 1-75
.. 4 25 3 50
. . 5 00 4 00
. . 2 25 1 85
.. 1 75 1 35
.. 2 25 1 85
. . 2.50 2 00
Misses' Glove Calf Shoes
. Oil Grain Shars ...
' "- Dongola Kid Shoes
.; " Vici Kid Shoes
Men's Satin Calf Shoes
' Veal Calf Shoes
" Cordoyan. Shoes
" - Kangaroo Shoes
i Dongola Turn Dancing Pumps.
Bovs' Glove Calf Shoes
Boys' Veal Calf Shoes..
Bovs' Satin Calf Shoes.
Silverware at 40 per ct. discount.
.3 Rare opportunity for securing Christ-
mas Presents. .
Tea Pots, Cream Pitchere, Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holden
Butter Dishes, read Plates, Syrup Pitchers, Celery Dishes
Pickle Casters, Cake Baskets, Salad Sets. Berry Dishes,
Tabte Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Kuives and Forks. Fancy
O.ysuer Ladies, Fancy Pie Knives, Fancy Cake Kt.iva,
Fancv ButUfr.Kjiives and Sugar Shells, Carvina Se, Picks,
Napkin ituigf, Bon B ins.Chiids' Mugs and Pin Trny, Tea
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