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VOL. IX THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1896 NO. 20
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From. February ill, 1SSG, to'-XKEaroXi '6tli, 1886.
Genuine Bargains the order, of the day.
Our entire lot of 36-inch all-wool Tre
cot, Fancy Mixtures, etc, embracing the
most desirable shades and effects. Never
sold for less than 50 and GOc; these, are
reduced to 25c.
A fine assortment of all-wool Checks
and Plaids, Wool and Silk Mixed Novel
ties, &c goods that have found ready
sale at 75c, 85c, $1 and $1.25; balance to
close at a reduction of 33 J per cent.
. . . Boucles ...
60-inch Novelty Cape and Jacket Ma
terial 5 pieces of the latest color combi
nations. Regular value, $2; spec. $1.50.
Plain Pink; reg. 40c, to close at 25c.
Tan and Grey Crepe Effects ; never less
than 50c, now 35c. Fancy Tufted Eider
down, stripes, in popular light shades;
regular 80c yd, sale price, 50c.
Our entire stock of Woolen Under
wear in all grades and sizes, AT COST;
broken lots at half price.
Child's and Misses' Ribbed ; reg. 20c, reduced to 10c
Ladies' Fine French Ribbed Cashmere; regular 60c,
reduced to 35c.
Ladies' Fine French Plain Cashmere, reg. 60c, red. to 40c.
Ladies' Fine French Plain Cashmere, reg. 50c, red. to 35c.
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed, regular 40c, reduced to 25c.
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed, regular 35c, reduced to 20c.
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed, regular 25c, reduced to 15c.
. . . Special ...
1 case Child's and Misses' Black Rib
bed Cotton Hose, seamless, "Hermsdorf "
dye, guaranteed fast black; only 5c pr. -
Men's Extra Superfine Merino Half
Hose; seamless; extra good at .15c, re
duced to 10c. Men's Dark Grey Mixed
All-Wool Half Hose; special value at 20c,
reduced to 12c.
Ladies' Grey All-Wool Knit Skirts;
regular $1.50, to close at $1.00.
. In our Neckwear Department. 24 dz.
Stylish Tecks, good variety of shades and
patterns; the best value ever offered at
25c, during sale only 15c.
One and all at half price; sizes 4 to
14. . Don't delay buying, as they cannot
possibly drop any lower.
Ladies' Capes and Jackets
At half their regular prices. Every
garment correct in shape, correct sleeves,
correct in price, i We have one or two of
those very stylish 26-inch French-made
Beever, Box-front Reefer Jackets, Lwo
rows buttons, half-satin lined, strapped
seams; Black only; a splendid value at
$15; sale price makes them $7.50. We
have cheaper ones in proportion,
Our last two very ii6bby Child's Jack
ets, 4 to 6 years; perfection of style; reg
ular $6.00 sale price, $3.00; regular $6.25,"
sale price, $3.15.
Lack of space will not permit us to
give you more than an idea of our Great
Reduction Sale. Every article of Winter
Wear greatly reduced; some lines goiDg
at cost and others at half price. Call and
M. m WIL-JuIMTVIS S GO.
PASSED' THE SENATE
Bill Rushed Through.
IT MAY BE SIGNED TOMORROW
Fistic Carnival, Therefore, Will
Come off In New Moxico
Xo Enforce the Lav.
Washington, Feb. 6. Senator Hoar,
chairman of the judiciary committee,
reported to the senate the Catron bill to
prevent prizefights in federal territory.
It waa passed.
Quay today modified his resolution to
re-commit the tariff bill so as not to in
clude instructions to the committee,
and, at his own request, it went over
until Monday. The populist senators
have decided in caucus to vote solidly
against re-committing the silver substi
tute for the tariff bill to the committee
on finance. If the Democrats stand to
gether against the Quay motion the
decision of the Populists insures its de
feat. IBE ANTI-PRIZEFIGHT BILL..
It 'Will Probably Be Signed Tomorrow
Prepared to Enforce it.
Washington, Feb. 6. The Catron hill
to prohibit prizefighting in federal terri
tory will probably be sent to the presi
dent tomorrow or the nest day. It is
considered almost certain that it will
be signed promptly, thus making it a
law operative immediately. Then the
whole- government authority, judicial
and, if necessary, military, will be in
yoked to Btop the prize fights.
Army officers on duty at the war de
partment are prepared to do all in their
power to execute the provisions of the
Catron hill if called upon when the bill
becomes a law. The precedure of set
ting in motion the machinery of the
army would be for the governor of New
Mexico, or any territory which may be
the scene of an unlawful gathering, to
call upon the United States marshal of
the territory to act, and he might, if he
felt it necessary, call upon the United
States troops for assistance. The war
department authorities say they have an
ample force in New Mexico and adjacent
to the border to take care of any number
of sports likely to be there to take the
chances of arrest on charges of felony by
attending the prizefight. Army officers
feel confident the troops will not be
called for, believing the law will compel
the abandonment of the project to pull
the fights off in the territory.
All Spain Aroused.
Madrid, Feb. 6. The resolution on
the belligerency of the Cuban insurgents
of the United States senate committee
on foreign relations has created a great
sensation in Spain. The Epoca says of
"President Cleveland surely cannot
forget the traditions of American policy.
The Confederates, during the late war,
were not recognized as belligerents, noi
were the Chilean insurgents in their
The Heraldo is indignant, and advises
the government to send an ironclad
squadron to Cuba. The Correo says the
attitude of the Benate is offensive and
The Chile-Argentina dispute is to be
The senate Indian committee have au
thorized a favorable report on Senator
Pettigrew's bill for the taxation of lands
alloted to Indians in severalty.
The Palmer house, Chicago, will be
the rallying center of the democratic
politicians during the. national conven
tion. Besides the national committee,
twenty-nine states will have their head
quarters at the hotel. Every available
room in the house which can be spared
from the regular trade has been assigned.
The house has been compelled to refuse
quarters to two applying state delegations.
Highest of all in- Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
WIH PHOTOGRAPH COLORS.
The Wonderful Ulscovery of a German
New York, Feb. 6. A special to the
Journal from Berlin says:
Hardly has the world had time to re
cover from its astonishment over the
wonderful discovery of Professor Roent
gen in the sphere of photography, when
tiae news is wired from Brandenburg of
an epoch-making discovery which al
ready Jexcites the greatest interest in
scientific, commercial and industrial
circles. The world of art, also is threat
ened with another formidable com peti
tory The inventor is Dr. Zelle, a practicing
physician of Brandenburg. He has con
trived a photographic instrument which
will, in minute details, reproduce the
various colors of objects, persons and
landscapes brought within a special
range of the camera. What is the most
surprising in this experience is that in
the photographs the colors lose rone of
their original brilliant shades. Con
noisseurs speak with the greatest en
thusiasm of Dr. Zelle's remarkable
Dr. Zelle's apparatus does not require
any more time for the perfecting of col
ored photographs than is nsed lor the
colorlesB productions by ordinary cam
eras. Zelle's instantaneous colored photog
raphy, as it will probably be called,
forms the subject today of the leading
journals of the German metropolis." The
inventor keeps the most important fac
tors of his device a 6C3ret. In an ad
dress to the Freie Photographische Ver
eiginung be only admits that his instru
ment contains three very thin gelatine
films placed at equal distances, which
all receive the same impressions of ob
jects within the range of the camera
with this distinction: That on the first
the various tints of red ; on the second
of blue, and on the third those of yellow
are received." Immediately after the
operator has covered his lens, the films
are pressed together and are then ready
for development and retouching. Dr.
Zelle has labored daily for five xears to
perfect his invention, which is . pro
nounced by all a brilliant success.
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THE DALLES, - - OR
Men's Duck Coats,
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Boys' Duck Coats,
Discount 'of 30c on the
A Rare opportunity to
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