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THE DALLES, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1897
TO GET TO DAWSON
A Problem Which Alger Has
Not Yet Solved.
A COMPANY OFFERS TO SELL FOOD
Spokane Send a Man to Advocate the
Alleged Advantages of the
Washington', Dec. 22.-Captain Brain
erd, of the subsistence department of
the army, arrived in Washington tbie
morning and although Secretary Alger
ia confined to his home by a severe cold,
he seat immediately for the officer and
had a conference with bim respecting
the execution of bia plana tor the relief
of miners in the Ynkon country. Gen
eral Merriam, commanding the depart
ment of the. Columbia, selected Major
T. H. Backer, Fourth.' cavalry, to pro
ceed to Alaska and ' make a reconnoi
eance of the pass leading from the head
of Lynn canal.
Senator Lodge has brought to the at
tention of the war department officials
the claims of the Boston Transportation
Company. Their representative,; Pierre
Humbert, asserted the company ia. in a
position to feed a large number of miners
inasmuch aa it has just received news of
the delivery by its agents at- Fort Sel
kirk, on the Yukon river, of 200,000
pounds of food. This point is above
The announcement that the war de
partment ia by no means committed to
any one route in ita efforts to reach the
miners in the Klondike country, has
caused persons interested in the various
routes to advance .the claims of their
respective sectionB. ' " ; ; "
The Spokane Chamber of Commerce
has sent Frederick, R.' Marvin, an ener
getic newspaper man of that place,' aa a
representative to urge the - superior fa
cilitiea of the overland route northward
from Spokane.' " This is the old tele
graph route laid down by the agents of
the Western Union Telegraph Company
years ago, when they sought- to run a
telegraph line to the'.Behrine straits.
Marvin haa stated to the war depart
ment that the route ia still clear, that
through the dense northern forests there
' ia a trail 150 feet broad affording easy
passage for draft animala and the feasi
bility of the route in winter ia shown by
the fact that for many years it has been
traversed by numerous trappers and
prospectors, while the absence ' of heavy
grades insures the ability of animals to
carry, large loads.
Secretary Alger ia asked to designate
some of the army officers now at Spo
kane to report upon the advantages of
Was a Dashing; burglar.
San Francisco, Dec. 22. Charles W.
E kins, who escaped from a Los Angeles
deputy sheriff on a north-bound train
..Monday morning, near Fresno, ia a son
oi a well-known banker of New HaveD,
Conn. He came to the Pacific coast two
years ago, and engaged in the real estate
busineeB at Los Angeles. He was pop-:
ular, and was admitted into the beat
Sooo after hia appearance in that city
many burglaries were committed among
the aristocratic residents. Houses were
entered midday and jewelry abstracted
The thefts were finally traced to Elkins,
and he was arrested on five charges of
burglary. He plead guilty to one charge
and was sentenced to five ' years in San
Quentin. . On his way there he made
his eecape by lumping from a car win-
Royal makes the food pure, '
wholesome and delicious.
E RsJ a
ROYAL BAKING POwOEH CO., NEW VORK.
party leaves for Vera Cruz this morning,
and will return to this city Saturday
nignt and then to Guadalajara ';. and
thence home. -
Reform In Football.
The Surprise of All.
Mr- James Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., speaking of
Dr. King's New Discovery, says that last
winter his wife was attacked with La
Grippe, and her case grew so serious
that physicians ot Cowden and Pana
could do nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into Hasty Consumption. ..Hav
ing Dr. King's New Discover in etore,
and selling lots of it, ' he took a bottle
borne, and to thesurprise of . all she be
gan to get better ' from' first dose, and
half dozen dollar bottles cured her eoond
and well. Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is
guaranteed to do tha good work. " Try it.
Free trial bottles at Blakeley & Hough
ton's drug store. . 4 .
VAN WICK'S PRIVATE SECRETARY
Fred D07D1 a Newspaper Man, Appoint
ed to the Position.
New Yokk, Dec. 22. A special to the
Herald eave : ."; ,
Mayor-elect Van Wyck, of Greater
New York, has appointed ' Fred Downs,
a newspaper man, . to be bia private sec
retaiy, at a salary of $5,000 a year. Mr.
Downs was born in New Haven, 33
years ago. He was a graduate of.the
Yale law school in the class ot '84, and
is a member of the ConnecticuUbar. He
went into the newBpdper work in Lake
wood, N. J.; ten years ago. i '
. Free Pills
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen
& Co.) Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
J,nese nils are eaay in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of.Con
stipation and Sick Headache. For Ma
laria and Liver troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They are guaranteed
to be perfectly free from every deleter
ious substance and to be purely vegeta
ble. They do not weaken by their
action, but by giving tone to stomach
and bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Regular size. 25c. per bos. Sold
by Blakeley & Houghton Druggists. (4)
Were Too Giddy. -
Iron Mountain, Mich..' Dec. 22. The
school board of this city has decided that
many of the teachers are giving too
much attention to affairs of society, and
has called a halt 'in the torn) of a reso
lution requesting teachers to refrain
from attending dances, parties and oth
er social entertainments . held , upon
evenings preceeding days .upon which
school is to be held.
New York, Dec. 22. The University
Athletic Club, composed of alumni of
the big colleges, ' baa decided , to again
take up thfe rules governing the game
of football, and to have eliminated, if
possible, the mass playing and , the
guard-back play, and to have made oth
er amendments which, will relieve the
game of some of ite rowdy features.
A meeting of the football committee,
composed, of Bashiel of Anapolis, Sears
of Harvard, Camp of Yale, Bell of Penn
sylvania and Dennis of Cornell, will be
called aa soon as possible to take up the
matter. Communications, have been
sent to all the- leading colleges, and
while no answers have been received yet
from the majority of them, the con
ference expects a satisfactory answer
Political Prisoners Executed.'
San Fka-cisco, Dec. 22. News has
reached this city of the shooting in Gua
temala ot a number of political prisoners
including two men who are known over
in the Central American republic. ,The
execution occurred a- month ago, at
The principal victim was Captain Her
culano Ruiz, brother-in-law of General
B uentes, now in this city, Another vic
tim was the Honduran colonel, Francis
co Zelaya. He was accused of aiding
the revolutionary party and was execut
ed by order of Barrios, the command
ing carried out by Genera1 Luis Molina.
Three other 7 prominent Guatemalans
suffered death in the .same manner, in
eluding Licenciado Marcello de Leon,' a
lawyer, and Elizando Baal.
It ia understood that there are in Gua
temalan prison no lees than two hun
dred and twenty-eight prisoners of the
late revolutionary war. '
ADVICE ABOUT PACKING.
Bacluen'i A.rinca aalve.
The best salve in the world for cute,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively" cuiHS piiesr'or no "pay "required
It is guaranteed', to give perfect satisfac
tion, or mc-iey refunded. ' Price 25 cents
per dot. For sale by Blakeley and
Honghton. druteists . ,
Mkxico, Dec. 22. Mr. Bryan called
on the cabinet ministers yesterday, and
last evening was entertained at dinner
by President and Mrs. Diaz. The Bryan
More Gowns)-Are Made Impossible toy.
Careless Parking Than by Wear.
Now a'vord of advice can be given to
the woman traveler who is not so for
tunate as to possess a well-trained maid
Pack your own trunks and pack with
" More rumpled and impossible gowns
are due to careless packing1 and looee
adjusting than any other one thing.
No amount of tight packing or of pres
sure applied downward will do more
than accentuate the natural folds. A
single toss "of the trunk that is loosely
packed means a hopeless, jumble- of
bats, wraps, bodices, laces and what
Begin at the foundation with the
heaviest garments. Do not fold too
much; shake skirts from the waistband
and spread them, for the entire length
without folding that the size of the
trunk will allow. If not, spread out
with great care in the folds which are
naturally taken when held in an up
right position, and turn over smoothly
at the top.
Shake wraps from the shoulders, lay
them out in the folds they, naturally
take, with great care smooth the
sleeves an? turji ihe froats over on the
back, smoothing and adjusting all
trimmings and frills so us to avoid hori
It is impossible to so fold a garment
as to avoid all lines, but those taken
lengthwise of the cloth readily disap
pear and are also little noticed, as
they take th direction of the folds
formed by the garment itself.
. Jackets, however, must be so man
aged as to show not a crease." Loose
bodices Tequire tissue paper fox the
support of puffs and the like, but they
can "be saved 'from much rumpling if
spread out in the trunk and folded as
Ii1 tie as possible. Then pack close and
Hats should be packed firmly, so as
not to move, and for this purpose any
light article, such as handkerchiefs,
mouchoir cases, or soft and pliable ob
jects that will not crush or injure the
f ashionafJle headgear may be .. used.
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We offer this uneqnaled newspaper and
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gether one year for $2.00. The regular
price of the two papers is $3.00.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the State of Ore
gon for Wasco County.
Emma Golden, plaintiff'.
JOewitt Golden, attendant. -
To Dewitt Golden, the above named defendant:
In toe name of the State of Oresror, you are
hereby required to -appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
court and ciuse oa or before the first day ot the
next term of said court following; the expiration
of the time prescribed In the order for the pub
lication of this summons, to-wit: on or before
the 14th day of February. 1898: and If you fail to
so ar pear and answer, or otherwise plead, in said
cause, the plaintiff' for want thereof will apply
to the court lor rue reuei prayed lor in me com
plaint riled herein, to-wit: - that the bonds of
matrimony existing between plaintiff and de
fendant be dissolved; that the plaintiff be
awarded the custody of the minor child men
tioned in said complaint, xoia Maud uoiaen:
that the plaintiff have and recover her costs and
disbursements made and expended in this suit,
and for such other and further relief as to the
Court may seem equitable. : - .
mis summons is served upon you oy puDuca
tion thereof by order of . Hon. w. L. Braoohaw,
judge of said court. Which. order bears date of
September 28th, 1897, and was made and dated at
chambers in Lalles City, Wasco County, Oregon,
on tne-jstn aay oi sepiomDet. isw7. .
. .- fKU V. IVlLfiUn,
ii Attorney for Plaintiff.
United States Land Office, )
The Dalles, Or., Sept. 20, 1897.
Complaint having been entered at thts office
by William Johnson against Oscar 8. Roti'sen for
abandoning his homestead entry No. S594, dated
September 25, 1895, upon the SJ4 NEJ4, SE!4
and NEJ SWi, Section S3. Township 5.
Scmtn Range 15 E, in Wasco Coutty, Oregon,
with a view to the cancellation of said entry,
the said parties are hereby summoned to appear
at this office on the 30th day of October, 1897, at
10 o'clock a. in., to respond and furnish tesci
monv concerning said alleged abandonment.
sp25-ii J AS. F. MOORE, Register-
You buy GARLAND'S
HAPPY TH OUGHT
SALVE and yon don't
like it, you -will get vour
. 80 cents back if yon ask 1
,lor it.- . We guarantee' it-
to bu - :
If any one tells you that a baking powder, regularly
sold at 25' cents or 30 cents a pound is pure and good,
he doesn't know what he is talking about. ;
It cannot be made at that price. You must pay more.
Of the right-price baking powder, Schilling's Best
is the -best.""- There: are, however,' others' nearly as
good; they do two-thirds the work. 1
. ; .'. ". t- ; v '
Keeps on draught the celebrated
COLUMBIA BEER, ncknowl-
edged the best beer in The Dalles,
at the usual price. Come in, try
it and be convinced. Alto the
' Finest brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. ,
of all Kinds always on hand.
All kind of work. White Shirts a-specialty.
Family work at reduced rates. Wash" collected
and delivered free. .rv: -
' Telephone No. 301.
A. B. ESTEBENET, Agt.
Just two da3Ts more in which to do your
Christmas shopping, and it may be profit
. able both as to time and money to know that
We 'have just opened the
handsomest assortment of -
Gentle trie n's
ever opened to the gaze of
Most ezqnisitestyle and color
ings in ties, pnffs and bows.
Our choicPt ties will be put
' np in neat Carton, if desired.
$1.2541.00, 75, 50. anfl25cts
' Our . Christmas selection fs
now complete. Full assort
ment of the latest. popular
colors correct styles. ! Look
to as for the best-$1.00 glove.
- - Gloves stand alone. We show
exceptionally strong lines of
black kid gloves lace, button'
or clasp . . : r,
. For the next two days, Thursday and Friday
2p per cent off
On all Men's Suits ranging from $15.00 to. $20.00
per cent off
On all Suits ranging from $10.00 to $15.00. This
includes every Suit in the house 'at above prices, with
exception ot .Black Ulay Worsteds. .
i i i
former prices on all Children's and
.Misses' Jackets. .
former. pi ices on all Ladies' capes
and Jackets at $10.00 or over. '
a. ii mmm & on.
VJas co Ua rehouse So in nan v
Headquarters for Seed Grain of all kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain of aii kinds.
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kinds.
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts, mTuu'f&ed
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle
This Flour is manufactnred expressly '. for family
use : every Rack is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
We sell our goods lower than any honee in the trade, and if you don't think eo
call and get our prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats. '
has the best Drfiss flnodf?
has the best Shoes
has everything to "be found in a
' 'first-class Dry Goods, Store! '
C. F. STEPHENS.