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PuCial Gala of
'' All New
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Regular Price, $5.00
" .. 6.5Q
" " 9.50
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
No theory of frerms to chill
flections budding blisses;
When ardent lovers took their fill,
No microbes on their kisses.
How happy they were not to know
The germ fad fifty years ago.
Weather This afternoon and Satur
day fair and cooler.
Solid gold lace pms, stick pins, cuff
buttons and also lastest novelties in
sterling silver at Van Norden's.
Three hoboea found their way into the
city jail last night, and today are work
ing out their fines cn the recorder's
xnia morning tne fortland exprefs
was forty-five minutes late, and stopped
twenty minutes at the Umatilla for
H. V. Betham left on the boat for his
home in Hood River this morning. Mr,
Betham is the proprietor of the Colum
bia Nursery at that place, and has
been serving on the jury.
Mrs. French and Miss Roch wish all
the Spanish, Italian,- Negro, Indian,
French, German and American mothers
in the "Cradle Songs of Nations," to
meet them at the opera house Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. -Mis. Biggs and
Mrs. Reynolds will rehearse with them
at i:3U p. m.
Temple lodge No. 3, A, O. TJ. W
elected the following officers last night
Master Workman, Dr. H. S. Frazier
Foreman, J. W. Healey; Overseer, F
Lempke; Financier, S. L. Young; R
corder, J. F. Ha worth ; Receiver, C. L.
Phillips; Guard, Haria Hansen; Inside
Watchman, Fred Wailing; Outside
Watchman, EJ Beck; Trustee, C. F.
The Degree of Honor held an interest
ing meeting Wednesday evening at
which the following officers were duly
elected for the ensuing year : C. of H.
Mrs. Lulu Crandall ; Recorder, Mrs. Ol
lie Stephens ; - Financier, Miss Ida
Burchtorf; Receiver, Miss Elizabeth
Schooling; Usher, Mrs. Annie Urqu-
l n b1 . T ITT . r j-m. ... -r
x. nr., jujs. tjnrisune JL,auretsen; tm
O. W., Miss Lizzie Simonson. , A
ihe man who stole W. H. Wilson's
typewriter, sold the same to the North
ern furniture store for 3.C0. .It must
have been stolen about supper time
Wednesdayeyeninig, as he sold it at
7 o'clock. VFrom the -time
ihm he sold
the machine until the robbery was re
ported to the authorities yesterday noon,
he had a chance to get out on a number
of trains, and there is little hopea that
he will be captured for bis crime.
It is with reluctance that we find fault
with the ; wokings of our city, govern
ment;, but there is 'one thing certain,
and . that ia that we have a number of
defective crosswalks in our city; some of
which are on the principal streets, and
it would be a very commendable act to
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FRIDAY ( y f DECEMBER 3, 1897
Fifty Years Ago.
Children's and Misses' JACKETS.
Garments, Handsomely Trimmed in Braid.
Regular price, $4.50 ....
" . " 5.00 ....
- - i 6 oo ....
" ' 7,00 ....
" " 7.50 ....
'. " " 8.50 ....
" " 12.50
Sizes of Children's Jackets,
4 to 12 Years.
Sizes of Misses' Jackets,
14 to 18 Years.
nave tnem repaired be Tore the winter
sets in. Besides the danger of injury to
persona who continually use those walkr,
the city is running a risk of a damage
auit by such criminal carelessness, and
they should by all means, have the
same repaired immediately, and -probably
in this way save much expense.
Receipts of the CatrioUo.Fmlr. ,
' The ladies who had charge of the dif
ferent booths at the Catholic fair, after
having paid all expenses.ybanded in the
following report of the different amounts
taken in :
Table No. 1, conducted by Mrs. Theo
dore Seufert and Mrs. Judd Fish
Table No. 2, conducted by Mrs. Henry
Herbring and Airs. M. T. Nolan
,Paper booth, Conducted by Misa Alma
Candy booyh, .conducted.- by. Miss
Katie Kelly and Miss Grace Laner
Refreshment table, conducted by Mrs.
A. Sandrocjfc $37.10.
Door receipts $160.90. , ... , s
Makingfa total of $2614.35; which ia a
very creditable showing and speaks well
for the labor and interest which
everyone of the ladies put into the fair.
The . committee takes this' means, of
expressing their appreciation and thanks
to all the ladies, old and young, who so
kindly assisted them ; . tO;th6, orchestra,
and' all whose talents and' good' will
made the programs so acceptable, as
well' as , to, the;. .general public for their
generous patronage daring the time that
preparations were being made for the
fair, and also when it was in progress.
Farewell Meeting. .
, Saturday evening, December, . 4th,
there ; will' be swearing' in of recruits at
the Salvation Army hall, after which
coffee and cake will be served for the
sum of 10 cents. ,
Sunday afternoon and evening Ensign
Hayes, who has been in command of
The Dalle8 corps for the past six months,
and Capt. Brown, who has been assist
ing him, through his sickness, will say
good-bye to the friends, soldiers and
general public. Services at 3 and 8 p. m.
Ensign Hayes . wishes to thank the
business men, citizens and the press for
all kmdness shown him while in The
See the Cnrysantliemums-
The public is invited to come and see
tbe chrysanthemums. They are now in
fill bloom, and this ia the best time to
t your plants. The lily, hyacinthe,
ulip, early and late narcissus and jon
quil bulbs are now ready to plant for
spring and winter blooming. Now is
the time to get pansy plants for early
spring blooming. -:
19-2w -Mas. A. C. Stubling & Son.
Charley Frank, of the Batchers and
Farmers Exchange, keeps . on draft the
celebrated Columbia Beer, acknowl
edged the best beer in town, at the us
ual price.- -Try". it and be convinced
Also the finest brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Sandwiches of all kinds on
hand. . nov29-lm
.. " , 4.15
.-. " . 5.20
.. " " 6.10
" . 8.50
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PEASE & MAYS.
KILLED ON THE PILE-DRIVER.
Baker Fell Fire Feet and Was
At about 1 o'clock today a remarkable
and fatal accident occurred to one of the
men who worked on the O. R. A N. nili.
anver in Mill creek.basin.
, The man, whose name was H. A.
Baker, was standing an one of the cribs
on which the pile-driver is placed, when
the foreman., told him to step aside, as
they were going to move the machine
ahead. In, getting out of the way he
stepped over the edge of the crib and
fell a distance of about five feet, striking
on his head and receiving injuries from.
which he died almost instantlyTDrT
Logan was called, but when, heafrived
the man was beyond all aid.
His body waa taken to Crandall &
Burgett'a undertaking parlora, where an
inquest , will be held. The strangest
part of the matter was that he fell in th
. . . - - r
eoft mud, and there seemed to be noth
ing on which he could have struck that
would have injured him. In all nroba-
bility he broke, his neck when he struck
the groupd head foremost.
Tbe deceased ia a widower about 65
ears old, and, so far as could be found
out, ha8 a daughter in Portland, who
waa. immediately teletrraDhed for. He
waa ji civil engineer, and waa engaged in
that position when the accident oc
' Pleasant Party.
The dancing nartv riven bv the Rth-
bone Sisters last night was a very enjoy
able affair, there being just enough
present; to comfortably fill the floor.
Someone turned t he clock back an hour,
but the time passed so pleasantly that
no one noticed, the .change, and at 12
o'clock, so rapidly had the time flown,
that the majority of the dancers thought
the clock, was right Vnd that it could
not be later than ll When' the last
dance was announcedeveryone betrayed
the fact that they were reluctant to have
such an enjoyable affair come to an end.
Those present ywere : Mr and Mrs
Seufert, Mr andr Mrs Geigcr, Mr and
Mrs Kuck, Mr aid Mrs Donnell, Mi and
Mrs Groat, Mr and Mrs Keleay, Prof
and Mta Gavifa, Mr and Mrs Phillips,
Mr and , Mrs Varney, Judge . and Mrs
Bradshaw, M and Mrs Douthit, Mr and
Mrs Garretsdn-, Misses Marv Lay. Alice
Lyle, . Lena and Lillian Snell, Clara
Davis, Elizabeth Schooling. Georgia
Sampson, Clara Sampson, Caesie Cheese,
Ethel Riddell, Annie Sandrock, Virginia
Marden, and Misses Henderson - and
Ricks ; (Messrs L Heppner; J Hamp
shire, J; Bonn, A McCully, R Gorman,
C Clarke, F Sandrock, F Snipes, T
Purdy' Max. Vogt, Chas v Burchtorf,
Victor! Sampson, B H Riddell, C Frank
and Dr. LJgan. '
i THK UMATILLA.
H Engrilke, . Centerville, Wash ; Mr
and Mrs A : E Hess, Pomeroy,' Wash ;
J F' Cooper,' .Oakland; M; W S Barker,
Portland; A C Carr, Minneapolis, Minn;
Harry Luk, Grass Vallerj "Ed Nachand,
Our Stove ia made in three different
grades the Dome top line, the' Cast top
line and the Sheet top line. Each of
these styles have special features, which
will enable ns to meet all the require
ments of the trade. All are fitted with
donble seamed sheet metal base, which
makes the Stove absolutely Air Tight.
You will make no mistake in buying the
original Cole's Air Tight Heater.
ilAIER & BENTON
Grass Valley ; A H Bell, Hood River ;
M A Brown, Portland; Wm Hagan,
Lewis River, Wash ; D Allison, Port-
I land r 7 XT.. 1 m T T-
UPrineville ; R Saton. Moro; W G Mai-
Jfin Portland ;
Mrs A J Bnrdick, Port-
fland ; H N
Derthick, Victor; E B
Stephens, Chicago; J Gunning and
daughter. White Salmon ; Mr.a N B
Brooks, Goldendale ; D P King, Grass
Valley ; F W VanPatten, Grants ; J W
Forbes, Hood River: Frank Caddy.
Hood River; J Whipple, Dnfur; Chas
Hill, Emigrant Springs;: P E". Temple,
IDufur; A Sumpter, Albany ; L J JDav
fen port. Mosier; A A Kraft, San Fran
cisco; CLMcFall, St Joe,. Mot-. JP
Dayton, Salt Lake City; VV Lander,
AT THE COLUMBIA,'
' W S Maple, Hay Creek ; Wm Stewart,
Portland; D D Wilson, Lansing; J
Gilles, r; R P Smith, Rosuland u GB
Arche, Hood River; J Malison, Centre
ville; H Gerson. Portland ; W H BUrd,
Grass Valley; W P Dayton, St. Lake.
- L.-J. Davenport
Morier ia in the
H. N. Darthirk of Viotnr ia in tha o5tt
r W. A. Hendrix is in from h! fnrrri nn
Tygh Ridge today. ' mlmi.
Roger B. Sirinott returned this, morn
ncf from the Greenhorn mine nfar Ra
ker City. -
P. E- Temple is in rom .Dufur todav
giving hisr friendsThe glail hand and
transacting ousiness. , , -
Pr... Herbert Cordwell of v Portland,
who i surgeon-general of tbe OIJi, G.,
waaln the city last night1 to. attend to
bhsiness connected with the guard.
Mr. Geo, JohnsLnn nf Bnfnr'vaa In
the citv last ni?ht. He' rpturnpA hnfnti
this morning; -accompanied bv Mrs.
Jobriston-,'.w ho 'has -been visiting friends
m the city for a few days; ; .
Tbere ia morn tha
our be x papers for Christmas. They are
ueiuiiuui ana nesirame. ana nave qual
ity which makes them welcome gifts,
and style which mark them above every
thing on the market. Yon gt a bet ter
value and your friend geta a better gift.
rir, uax ana
To be sold at the Lowest Market Rates,
Phone 25. J- T. Peter s & Co.
CLARKE & FALK, Proprietors.
Toilet Articles and Perfumery,
pi pt?st (j i of Im ported ar)d Domestic 2i$a rs.
Telephone, 333. New Vogt Block.
If you r)eed
Call and- see
Wll buy one 'of these Organs at
Jacobseri Book & Music Co.
New Vogt Block, ,
I have re-oened this! weU-knowii Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
b6dyvwlth Bread, Pies and Cakes. Also
all kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
GEORGE RUCH, Pioneer Oroc
Are going to close out their business, and they are offering their large stock at
COST'PKICES. Now is the time t9 buy good Furniture cheap.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm are requested to call and
.. settle their account. , .
7VZ. Z. DON H E L-L-.
Opp. A. M. Williams & Co.,
MAYS & CROWE,
We have strictly First-Class
Oregon Music House,
The Dalles; Oregon.
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