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Off with the Old.
Jackets for an femininity
Practical Christmas Gift
- r .
Each and every Customer
visiting us .
Will receive a very dainty
Sometf?ii)$ Ubrtl? Jteuir.
As the old 3eai& is cast off like
an- old shoe, so should j'ou resolve to
carry out the simile by coming in
and selecting a new -pair" of shoes;
especial I3' as you can-have Advanced
Styles at Backward Prices.
Misses' Dongola Button, patent
leather tips, new coin toe... $1.25
Children's Shoes as above ... 1.00
Boys' Lace, coin toe ..... 1.50
Youths' Lace, coin toe 1.25
Infants' Soft Sole, button and
lace -...I .50
Infants' Soft Sole, silk vesting
Natural that ladies should want Jackets
that fit. Natural that they should want those
that are stylish. If you regard fit and style com
bined with low price, you will not miss this sale.
$10 00 Jackets can now be bought for $ 7 15
12 50 " "
13 00 H c.
13 50 " "
14 50 " .. ...
15 00 " " "
9 00 Capes "
" 9 60
" . . 11 95
" 7 15
RUGS. Splendid values in Skin Rnsra . .
$4 00, $4 50 and $5.00
MISSES' TAMS.- Special drive. . . .50
Of more value because of its utility is the
practical Christmas Gift. It constantly reminds
the receiver of the giver, and long after worn out .
is a pleasure from being a sweet memory. Make
a useful Christmas present of an Overcoat from
our large assortment. .
Men's Dark Grey Irish Frieze Ulsters .... .$10 00
Men's Dark Grey Irish Fri9 Ulsters 12 50
Men'a.Brown, Blue and Black Box Coats . . 10 00
Men's Brown, Blue and Black Box Coats . . 12 50
Men's Brown, Blue and Black Box Coats . . 15 00
Men's Light Grev Box Coats, very stylish . 12 50
Boys' Ulsters and Overcoats from $3 00 up
Pease & Mays
All Goods Marked in. Plain Figures.
Tte Dalles Daily Chronicle.
THURSDAY - DECEMBER 23,1897
Tomorrow night The South Before the
A dainty Christmas gift to every cus
tomer at Pease & Mays to.norrow.
A marriage license was issued today to
Mr. E. B. Miller and Miss M. E. Bish
op. Silver and gold articles sold by T. A.
Van Norden will be engraved free of
. During the holidays four pounds of
candy for 25 cents at Jacobsen Book and
Music Co. 'a, Vogt block;
No one should miss seeing the Ex
celsior Dramatic Company in Hazel
Kirke on Saturday night.
Fonts' Prize Medal is made of the
finest Vuelta Abajo Havana, and is
equal to imported goods. 18-lm
Keep your money at home and en
courage home industry by smoking
Fonts' choice brands of cigars. 18-lm
An endless variety of exquisite holi
day gifts can be found at the Jacobsen
Book and Music Co. 'a, Vogt block.
The will of Deitrich Stegman, who
died in this city a few weeks ago, was
probated in Goldendale yesterday.
Pease & Mays wish to inform their
patrons that they will not open their
store for business on Saturday, Christ
mas day. """"
The public schools clrfsed for the
Christmas vacation thir afternoon and
studies will not be resumed until Mon
day, January 3, 1898. -
Choice Shoalwater Bay oysters served
in every style at the Columbia Candy
Factory. Give us a trial and we will
endeavor to please you.
A fresh line of choice French candies
just received at the Columbia Candy
Factory. They will be sold at prices so
low that it will surprise you. ,
As there are no extra charges for
reserved seats for Hazel Kirke evervone
should secure their seats as soon as
possible. Tickets will be 50 cents.
The Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co. have
just received . a fine line of Japanese
'ware suitable for" Christmas presents
S. F. Fonts, the new cigar-maker, has
a fine line of cigars in a suitable ehape
for holiday trade. Call on him and buy
your gentleman friend a box for a
Christmas present. 18-lm
The A. O. U. W. will have work in
bothj degrees this evening. The
grand foreman of the grand lodge of
Oregon will be present, and a large at
tendance of the members.is expected.
This morning Constable Hill arrested
a Front street Chinaman for selling
cigarettes to minors, and he will have
his heaing before Justice Fillbon this
afternoon. This is a more serious offense
than most people, consider it, and is
punishable with a fine of from five to
fifty dollars. It is also an offense for
minors to purchase cigarettes, and it
would be well if this law were more
rigidly enforced, so that our boys would
not g.-ow up slaves to this vile habit.
The ladies of the Good Intent Society
will have on sale, Thursday and Friday
in the Vogt building, next door to the
postoffice, pied, cakes, doughnuts and
other things good for your Christmas
The four persons making the. four
highest scores on Christmas day at the
Umatilla House alleys will be' given a
box of cigars each. There is little donbt
that all the high rollers will do their
best on that occasion.
Owing to the fact that the business
houses will remain open somewhat later
Christmas Eve, "The South Before
the War" will not begin until 8 :45 in
order to give the business men and those
employed in business houses an oppor
tunity to attend this excellent perform
The testimony in the divorce case of
English vs. English was taken before
D. S. Dufur as referee yesterday. Owing
to the illness of one of the principal
witnesses the case could not be finished
today. A. S. Bennett and H. H. Rid-
dell appear for the plaintiff, and Dufur
& Menefee for the defendant.
At 5 :30 tomorrow evening the street
parade of Harry Martell's company
which will put on The South Before the
War will - start from the depot. The
Pickaninny band and a number of other
attractions will be oat. Take the little
ones down town in order that they may
Turkeys, chickens, ducks and geese,
alive or dressed ; cranberries, sweet po
tatoes, celery, cabbage and other vegeta
bles ; fresh fish and oysters ; oranges,
lemons, bananas, apples, pears, cocoa
nuts, figs, dates, and other good things
for your Christmas dinner, at The Dalles
Commission Co.'s store. 21-3t
The members of the Methodist Sun
day, school have decided to have a
Christmas tree on Saturday evening at
7 o'clock in the church. Friends of the
school are invited to place presents on
the tree. A. committee will be at the
church to receive them in the afternoon,
and it is requested that they be brought
John McAuley, a well-known sheep
man, has built a new residence on ois
ranch at Rattlesnake springs, in Gilliam
county, and Bent back to Ross-shire,
Scotland, for a young lass to be his
bride. Her- name is Miss Mary Ann
McKay, and Mr. McAuley has bean
courting her by letter ever since be left
the old country, nine years ago.
S. F. Fouts, the cigar-maker who re
cently located in our city, says that he
is more than surprised at the amount
of business he is doing, and if orders
continue to come in as rapidly as they
have, it will be necessary to put . on an
additional man. His ten-cent cigar is
as good as it is represented and today
he ordered 400 pounds of 'the tobacco
used in its manufacture. His cheaper
goods are also in demand 'and to say
that all' his brands are equa' to import
ed stock of the same price js no exag
i. ne governor s medal has been wo
by E. W. Moore, of G. company, Fi
regiment. Our townsman. Sergeant W.
A. Moore, of Co. G, Third regiment,
came second, being but one point be
hind the winner, the winning score
being 43, while his was 42J Neither of
those Bcorea are "remarkable ones as
there is a possible fifty, and the victori
ous Private Moore came within but
seven points of that mark. '"
A few days aeo the Mountaineer spoke
of some turkeys averaging seventeen
pounds each, which were brought into
markat. Those were small compared
with those brought in from Klickitat
county by Mr. Crawford a few days ago.
There were thirty-four turkeys in the
lot which averaged over twenty-one
. .... i
pounas, ana it is unnecessary to say
that they were beauties. They were
purchased by The Dalles Commission
This morning C. F. Johnston who had
been accused of larceny from a dwelling,
of an overcoat of the value of $18, had
his hearing in-the recorder's court and
bound over to appear before the next
grand jury. The private prosecution
being H. S. Turner, who alleges that the
overcoat was stolen from him at the
Umatilla House. Johnston's bonds
were fixed at $200, and as no bondsman
has yet been found he was placed in the
The Excelsior Dramatic Company in
the production of "Hazel Kirke" and
"Ticket of Leave Man," have every in
dication of doing a very large business,
for the fact of the entire floor of the
Vpgt being the same price. There is
little advantage derived frm buying a
75-cent ticket when a 50-cent is just as
good. Patrons of the theater are ad
vised to procure their seats as Boon as
possible, there being no extra charge
mide for reserved seats.
E. P. Weir of Fossil, Gilliam county,
shipped several carloads of hogs from
Fossil to Portland last week. Hoffman
& Hastain of Fossil are purchasing hogs
and turning them into bacon. Last
week they received twenty head from
Frank Knox that averaged 271 pounds
in weight, and " ten head from J. D.
Livingston that averaged 170. The
prices paid were four cents and 3.90 per
lb., live weight, respectively,- which
made the hogs bring over $11 a head.
Christian Church Entertainment.
are desirous of remembering their
friends and "relatives appropriately.
Presents will be received at the church
at' any time . tomorrow afternoon by
those in charge. ' - '
The Bowling. Tournament.
A Christmas entertainment will be
given tomorrow evening at the Christian
church, which promises to be a 'very
pleasant affair. .A good programme has
been arranged, and no pains have been
spared by the committee in their efforts
to make the occasion a success A large
Christmas tree is to be one of the feat
ures, and Santa Claus has consented to
be there in all- bis glory. We are re
quested to say that the tree will by no
means be a private or a church tree,
but that it will be at the disposal of all
wishing to put presents thereon, who
A ' bowling tournament between a
picked team from the Commercial Club
and outside players was arranged yes
terday." It will be held in the club
rooms on the afternoon of Christmas
day and on Monday evening, and on
the Umatilla House alleys on Wednes
day and Thursday evenings. The club
team is made up of the following bowl
ers : Judge Bradshaw, A. J. Tolmie,
Chas. Phillips, Joe Bonn, Otto Birgfeld,
Victor Sampson, while the outside team
consists of the . following men : Mark
Fleming, jA. B. Estebennett, H. Maetz,
W. Birgfeld Chas. Frank, JamesJBen
Both teams contain a number of the
best bowlers in the city, and the tourna
ment promises to be close and exciting.
Weather tonight and -Friday Enow and
What of Your
We have just received
another shipment of
Ui 15017 Mr-JitJ-Ialrs
And can now supply our customers.
The Uilson is the only Air Tight stove
with Outside Tube draft.- Sold only by
MAYS & CROWE.
Why not some Musical Instruments?
Not oniy makes the Christmas occasion
brighter and happier, but it eives pleas
ure all through the year.- Every good
Musical Instrument is a pleasure the
year round. Every one of our Musical
Instruments ace Christmas values.
Know all men by these prkbekts:
We have set aside a special line of Stationery,
Leather and Celluloid Goods for the Holiday
season. The choicest line of Books, Bibles and
Albums. We have a complet3 Btock of Silver
ware, Watches and Jewelry. Ali our prices are
lower than you imagine. The latest standard
books. We do the business because we cut
prices lower than others. No finer display of
Christmas presents in the city, and we rejoice in
showing you all the latest and best gifts tor the
fiook & music Company.
Go where you find the largest
assortment of goods.
tains ior tne laaies. uiits lor"
the Gentlemen. '
Our line is complete and we
defy competition. - ' .
We claim to be able to give
you better prices on Pianos and
Organs, as well as Holiday
; goods, than any other house in
Jaeob5er; Bool( 0 fu$K $P
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