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. flP Wrappers. S .
Comfortable kinds for round-tbe-bouse at work-
" aday times. Made prettily, too. No need to be -?f f 3 f t i t'-
otherwise when the styles are properly planned. 'J?'$$$i
fcL , " ' ' . - All sizes full ; skirts liberal ; stitching well done &t&'Mii$'Y
ii li .a'l through. These prices C.V- y :, J-fc,1,-. .4,
At 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
Wrappers made from the best grade Indigo Blue Print.
An elegant line of Fleece-lined Wrappers, nicely finished in braid.
At $1.75 and $2.00
A much heavier quality of Fleece-lined Domet, trimmed back and front.
At $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00
Beautiful - styles in extra fine qualities of Twilled Domets, fleeced; trimmed
with velvet braid..
All Goods Marked in
PEASE & MAYS, The Dalles, Or.
The Dalles Daily Clmmieie.
NOVEMBER 11, 1898
Eighteen in. air tight heaters. $2.50.
Twenty-one in. air tight heaters, $3.00.
Twenty-four in. air tight heaters, $3.50.
Also a full line of the celebrated "Wil
Bon" heaters at Mays & Crowe's.
Call upon Stahl, the phrenologist, on
Marriage license was today issued to
J. H Johnston and Maude Peabody, of
BeVi A. A. firohsgeeat has beeD ap
;, pointed guardian of the minor heirs to
the Brogan estate.
Furnished rooms to rent. Steam heat
and electric hghts. Apply to Max Vogt
& Co. Chapman block.
The high school literary society will
give a musical and literary program this
evening at the high school building at
7 :30 o'clock, to which all are invited.
r Mr. Wm. Cates has rented his farm
on 8-Mile and removed his family to
: this city, where they will make their
; home. Dalles people are pleased to
V welcome them. -
Memorial services for Hampton Kelly,
who died about a month ago at Juniper
Flat, will be held in Taylor street churcbj
Portland, on December 1st. Many of
the pioneer ministers will take part in
the service. i
The Paragon Oil company's wagon.
will deliver bulk oil on Tuesdays and
Wednesdays. Telophone your order to
No. 4. on both lines of the telephone,
and your orders will be promptly at
tended to. ' The Paragon Oil Co.
Anita Bennett was this morning taken
suddenly ill in school, when Judge Ben
net was summoned and conveyed her to
her home. Anita is a bright, lovable
little girl and it is hoped by all that her j
sickness will not prove serious.
A pocket book was brought to this of
fice this morning, which had been picked
ap by a young lady on the street. On a
receipt which it contains is tbe name of
the owner, who can have the pocket
book by proving property and paying
A telegram received from San Fran
cisco etates that the St. Paul will sail for
Manila November 17, which will be
cheering intelligence for many who were
. unable to get off packages to the boys in
Manila, as it is probable that this ship
will take such packages;
' One of tbe busiest offices in town is
the U. S. land office, and the register,
receiver and clerk are kepon the move
continually. Sixteen hoibestead filings
were received in two days this week, and
it is expected the good work will go on
during the entire monh.
Mr. Ed Glisan, justice of the peace
from Antelope, today received a letter
from Deputy Sheriff Brown, of that
place, saying: "No word came as to the
whereabouts of Forester until this morn
ing, when a letter was received from Roy
Nurse at Mitchell which eaid that he
was still on Forester's trail and had
found out where he ate his breakfast and
dinner on that day, Nov. 8th." Nurse
is in company with Sheriff Gray, of
Crook county, and Brown thinks they
will surely capure Forester as they are
both hard men to escape from.
One dozen of those extra finish Platino
Fotos, made by Gifford, will make you
twelve fine presents for Christmas.
Nothing would be appreciated more, and
now is the time to sit for them. Don't
put it off too long and then expect to
have them finished in time. 11m
Know thyself, parents ; know thy chil
dren. Haye a phrenological examina
tion, and be successful in life. Pror. W.
L. Stahl can tell you the position in life
you were born to fill. Examinations and
private consultations daily from 0 a. m.
till 9 p. m. 113 Washington street.
Mrs. A. H. Tackman has fitted up a
neat little greenhouse adjoining her res
idence on the hill, and is npw prepared
to furnish any who may desire with
cut flowers, either in ' bouquets or de
signs, and also with all varieties of pot
ted plants, bulbs, or anything in her
line. ' nlLJt
Last night Axalea Rebekah lodge had
one of the pleasantest meetings yet held,
when the superintendent, MiBS Pauline
Kline, visited the order and exemplified
the work. Initiation was the rule of the
evening, after which a banquet was
served and a general good time was en ,
joyed. . '
Next Thursday evening the people of
this city are to enjoy a musical enter
tainment, and they need have no fear as
to its merits, for the Wilder Quintette
Club is well known throughout Oregon
as being first-class. Prof. Kyan has tbe
concert in charge and some of our best
vocalists are to take part, varying the
program somewhat with vocal solos.
Last night at the neat little residence
which Joseph Studenicka has recently
erected on the hill, he was united in
marriage with Miss Anna Weberg. Key.
L. Grey, of the Lutheran church, per
formed the ceremony in the presence of
a lew friends, and they afterward eat
down to a wedding supper fit for a king.
Mr. Studenicka has lor some years been
in the employ of August Buchler, and
the young couple are both favorites with
a large circle of friends, who wish them
Dallas might just as well turn .over
that woolen mill to Tbe Dalles. There's
something in a name when it comes to
receiving all the benefit of the advertis
ing, but we'd just as soon have the
"game as the name." Its queer, though,
the Telegram isn't better informed than
to publish the following. It must be that
that paper so fully realizes where tbe
mill ought to be that it can't make up
its mind that it isn't here. Last even
ing's edition says : "It is stated that a
large manufacturing establishment for
making wearing apparel will be added
to The Dalles, Or., Woolen Mill Com
pany's plant. A new iron and brick
picking-room is being built, and a
scheme for electric lighting is being
The Telegram says concerning the
Boys and Girls Aid Society of Portland:
"If other philanthropists are as chari
tably inclined as George Haley, of The
Dalles, the juveniles of the society will
enjoy a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner.
Mr. Haley haa sent a contribution of $5
for that purpose. Mr. Gardner says that
similar contributions will be appreciated
and contribute to the enjoyment of the
waifs and orphans whose lives have been
darkened by the wrongdoing of their
parents." Dalles people have good
reason to remember tbU institution at
all times, as perhaps as many from this
city and vicinity are cared for within its
walls as from any other section of the
Eldeh g. h. SARNETT.
An Honored CltlBen Is Called
Sour and Dill
Pickles in Bulk,
Also a Full Line
..THE JiflUDWfllJE DEflliEflS..
167 Second St. THE DALLES, DR.
'HOLD UP YOUR HANDS!"
And They Went Up, While Two Men
Secured S135 from Ben Wilson's
Saloon at Might.
Elder G. II. Barnett, who passed away
at noon yesterday, was in the 69th year
of his age, having been born in Ohio on
the 25th day of August, 1829. When
quite young he removed with his parents
to Illinois. In October, 1850, he mar
ried Miss Barbara E. Martz, who sur
vives him, though prostrate today with
In 1850 he came across the plains to
Oregon and settled in Linn county, and
later, with his family moved to Wasco
county, living on 15-Mile until about
eight years ago when he became a resi
dent of this city, where everyone has
since been accustomed to seeing this
kind, grey-haired old gentleman mov
ing about among us with a pleasant
smile and greeting for all, both young
and old. He is also beloved by all who
knew him through the county.
He was a member of the Christian
church, entering the ministry about
forty-five years ago, and was very de
voted to his calling, even up till two
weeks ago when his final sickness over
His entire family survive him, J. E.
Barnett living in The Dalles, Clarence
Barnett in Yakima City, and Mrs. C.
W. Rice is in Perns, Calif., whither she
moved on account ot the illness of her
The funeral will take place from tbe
Methodist church at 2 o'clock tomorrow,
Elder J. W. Jenkins presiding.
County Court Proceeding!.
In the matter of declaring Hood river
a public highway it was ordered that W.
H. Wilson be instructed and employed
to commence comdemnatipn proceed
ings against the Hood River Land Co.
J. H. Aldrich, justice of peace of Falls
precinct, handed in his resignation as
justice, which was accepted and John
stout was appointed to nil tbe vacancy.
In the matter of the county road peti
tioned for by D. D. Nelson, et. al., claim
for damages was filed and Wm. Taylor,
George W. Miller and Dave Creighton
were appointed appraisers.
Ask your grocer for Clarke & Falk'a
pure concentrated flavoring extracts, tf
The Dalles is nothing if not up-to-date,
and bearing that several neighboring
towns had started the fashionof having
hold-ups, some enterprising fellows de
cided last night - to see that this city
"held up" its reputation for being in line
when there is any money concerned.
Accordingly, fearing that their faces
might stop even a hold-up, they donned
masks, provided themselves with two
revolvers- ftplece, and about 2:30 this!
morning quietly entered the front door
of Ben Wilson's saloon in the East
End, one stepping behind the bar
and the other walking to the back room,
(.which joins the other with folding
doors, which were open), and ordered
eight men, including Frank St. Arnold,
the bartender, who were seated around
the gamingtable, to hold up their bands,
also demanding that the latter stand
with his face "to the wall. While be
covered them with revolvers, the other
man opened tbe till and ransacked the
drawers behind the bar, emptying the
contents into his pockets. Turning to
St. Arnold he said : "Where's that other
sack?" presumably meaning a sack of
silver kept as change, which he failed to
procure. Receiving no answer ho started
out, when his pul eaid: "Get the other
sack." He returned and found $40 which
had been left with Mr. Wilson the day
before by an old man.
He then ordered his companion to
keep guard while he went to see if the
coast was clear. A few moments later
Carload of the celebrated .Wil
son Heaters just received. All
sizes and kinds at y our own
Our Fire Sale is still on. All goods
from 25 to 50 per cent reduction.
!SsL'jr& c& Orowe.
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IREBVaOVAL . MOTICE,
J. H. CROSS has removed his store to the Vogt.
Block, next door to the Posf office, where he will be pleased
to greet his many iormer patrons and a liberal share of new
ones. lor CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES TTAV
GRAIN and FEED, SEEDS and FRUITS, &c, your
orders will receive prompt attention, and will be sold at pop
ular prices. Call and see him.
On a'Ludwig" Piano that she saw In our magni
ficent assortment, but despaired of getting it till we
sold her one at such a reasonable price, and on
such easy terms, that her desire was gratified.
Everyone that hears a note struck on one oi these
sweet toned instruments, that has any music In the
soul, is charmed into wanting one. They can be
fouud in Tbe Dalles only at 170 Second Street.
Jacobsen Book & Music Co
Leading: Music House.
A. Ad. KELLER,
...Tie Renovvneti Old Ore Fino Saloon... .
90 Second St., second door from Court.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
118 October 15
A. AD. KELLER
The Dalles, Or.'
SI worth of checks
good for 10c drink,
chock wiln unci! purchase
Tom Burke's Homestead Whiskey-
Specialty in Imported French Liquors and Cognac.
Best Domestic Liquors, Wines and Cigars.
The Largest and Best of Angnst Bncnler's
Home-made Beer and Porter.
Agent for tbe Swiss Fab. Co., New York.
is intended to convince you that we have
accomplished tbe seemingly impossible:
the anion of real
with undoubted and
This store has been unique in that re
spect in the past, will be more so in tbe
future. Until yon have seen these re
markable shoe values you'll hardly ap
preciate these prices :
Kid Button, Cork Sole $2 00
Kangaroo Calf, Lace, Cork Sole ... 3 00
Pebble Grain Button; were $ 1.50,
now $1 00
Kid Button, Sq. Toe; were $1.50,
now 1 00
(Sizes 11 to 2.)
Pease & Mays
he whistled and the man inside turned
and ran out the back door.
Upon investigating it was found that
they bad taken in all $135, leaving be
side the $40, some ether money, which
they failed to find.
Nightwatchmau Phirman claims that
just a short time before the early train
left he saw two men run from that di
rection to the depot, and it is thought
probable they may have been the rob
bers, who boarded the train and escaped.
Word was immediately telegraphed to
officers at Portland with a description of
the man, which is as follows : One was
tall and light complexioned, the other
short and appeared to be darker. The
principal actor in the drama is evidently
an adept in the business, and his hands,
it is said, show that they were not
Boiled by labor, but more likely to be
deeply stained with such deeds as last
The culprits were no doubt familiar
with the premises from the manner in
which the robbery was carried out. Of
ficers are at work, doing all in their
power to ferret tbe matter oat.
Special Orders No. 34.
Salkm, Or., Ho v. 10,' '98.
VI. All those who have previously
signed, and those who desire to sign and
become members of tbe Oregon National
Guards are directed to assemble at the
armory at The Dalles, Oregon, at 7
o'clock, p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 12,1898.
for physical examination. All applicants
for enlistment having successfully passed
the physical examination, will be mus
tered into the service of the state.
VII. Captain C. A. Macrqm, surgeon,
will conduct tbe examination on the date
above mentioned, being governed by ac
circular governine the recruiting of the
Oregon National Guards, issued, from
this office, dated June 15, 1898.
VIII. Colonel B. B. Tuttle, adjutant
general, is designated as mustering officer
and will act as inspector of election
pursuant to regulations.
By order of coumander-in-cbief,
B. B. TrTTLB,
An Important Xlffeene.
To make it apparent to thousands,
who think themselves ill, that they are
not afflicted with anv disease, but that
the system simply needs cleansing, is to
bring comfort home to their heartB, asa
costive condition is easily cured by ueing
Syrupof Figs. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only amd, sold by
It's 11 niuarv Ntn.
This readinesB to aecept the wonderful
and miraculous in preference to com
monplace truth. A plausible and glib
tongued doctor can go from town to town
curing, or trying to cure, people, and
have a great influx of shekels, while
every community in which the so-called
doctor goes is supplied with ' quiet,
learned practitionors, who have forgotten
morn than the fakir ever learned, and
they can give you the best treatment
within tbe reach of human knowledge.
Whiie your home doctors carry you from
year to year, get up at all times of the
night and are your servants dariDg the
dry, and you pay them when yoo are
well or -able, the' fakir gets the cash, and '
is gone forever. If your eyes are troub
ling you in anv way, call on Prof. P. G.
Daut, tbe only graduated optician or
doctor of refraction in The Dalles, two
doors west of Keller's bakery. , I am
here to stay, and guarantee all eye work.
Pbof, P. G. Daut.