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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1898)
Never before has a Holiday Sale opened with such Astonishing' Bargains . as we present today.
.At 17c Children's Underwear.
This line of Natural Wool Un
der (rear is juat tbe thing that ia
needed at this eeason of the year,
and bargain seekers will do well
to give it immediate attention.
Former prices up to 40c and 45c.
A full line of handsome designs
and colorings and just the thing
for ornamental and useful pres
ents. Plain 37c, ruffled 49c.
These garments are just the
thiD? for these cool mornings,
when Mercury is hovering around
Zero. They come in all the pretty
This is a warm number for a
cold night. The designs are pret
ty, they open out fresh and clean.
At 73c Rllss-
We are offering a special num
ber in this line, as they are al
ways sought after as suitable pres
ents for sensible people. .....
At $3.98 r Silk Waists- V
, Jnst the garment for style, fit
and elegance. A perfect model
for street, reception or evening
At $4.97 Black Satin Waists
This garment is perfect dream
of artistic taste and perfection.
There are not a great many left
and ehould you want one do not
A.tr 43c India Silks.
In all the delicate shades for
fancy work, ornamental or useful
purposes. Just the thing to finish
your Christmas present in.
At 39c Door Mats
One of the most useful and es
sential things to be found around
the house. Everyone needs one
at the door to save the carpets
from being soiled by muddy shoes.
At $2.17 Fur Russ.
In liubt and dark coloring, fac-
inating to the eye and comfortable
for the feet. Just the thing to
stand on these cold nights before
you take your final leap into the
arms of Morpheus.
At $5 39
As displayed in our East win
dow represent but a few of the
splendid bargains we are offering
for a few days this week.
At 7C Men's Initial Hand'kfs
i These Japonette handkerchiefs,
at the remarkable price as quoted
above, are jusb the thing for the
cold you have in your .head. They
are soft and pleasant to nose and
. .. within the reach of everybody.
At 23C Men's Silk Hand'fs. ..
. Your choice of pure white or
colored borders. Beautiful value
at three times the price quoted.
At 47c Gentlemen's Lined
.' This line of gloved at freeze-out
prices. They are just the thing
s . i for your walk to and from your
" "V place of business.
At 39c Men's Underwear.
.This line of Natural Wool gar
ments are beyond a doubt well
worth ah effort on the partof any
one who is now, or will be, in need
of underwear to call and see for
themselves that this is a genuine
At $7.29 Men's Suits.
Last, but not least. The eolden
opportunity of a life time.
We will offer yon any one of our
$10.00 suits at thia remarkably
low price, but for no stated num
ber of days. Do not overlook this
if you will ever need a", gait of.
clothes daring your natural life
At 97c . Men's Felt Shoes.
It yon are troubled with cold
feet you will find relief in a pair
of these shoes. Chilblains will
never bother you when your feet
are encased in a pair of Felt shoes.
At 79C ladies' Knit Slippers.
Nice to slip on when you arise
' . or just before retiring. A relief to
. tired feet and so warm and com
f ' v fortable in cord weather. Just
' what every lady should have.
At 69C , Children's High-Button
These will save doctor bills by
. preventing colds. They will save,
the little onethe sufferings of cold
feet and promote its comfort in;
. - every way. Keep the feet warm"
at any cost.
At. 49c Men's Warm - Lined
Don't get cold feet. It's not
- necessary when you can buy over
shoes at this ridiculously low
price. The price is n warm one;
not warmer, however, than the
At IOC tolls' Shoes.
At 19 c
' Please tbe little ones hv getting
shoes for their dolls. The dolls,
won't appreciate it but the chil
dren will, and you'll never miss
the email sum it costs you. No
doll i9 complete without them.
Morning Star Roast
A Mocha and Java blend, the
regular price of which is 35c. We
make a epecial price for this week
only. Thia gives you an oppor
tunity to have the very best at tb,e
price of an inferior article.
Sweets to the sweet. Your best
girl'will appreciate a b;x of thia
candy and will never suspect its
cost. She'll give you credit for
' paying much more, as you would
if you bought it elsewhere.
Roast Peanuts and Ha
Walnuts and Brazil
nuts and Pine Huts.
At 97c, for game, 2 piece set. imported bone handles.
At $1.63, for game or steak, 2 piece set.bone handles
At $1.83, knife, folk and eteel.
Better grades at prices ranging as high as $5.50.
All Goods Marked in
PEASE & RilAYS.
The Dalles Daily Gbfoaiele.
MONDAY - DECEMBER 12. 1898
Telephone No. 1.
At the Vogt tonight.
Hear Miss Bloch sing Wednesday and
Thursday at the Vozt. Admission 25
cents : children 10 cents.
r Hampshire and Clark will appear in
: Dutch sketch and Croseen in a Negro
sketch Friday night at the Vogt. j
I'tie latest things in Aecot ties and
Stock Puffj, received by express today,
direct from New York, at Pease & Mays.
Be sure and don't mies "The Dazzler."
If you have read the Oregonian com
ments that is sufficient proof of its ex
cellence. ' Thewbol prees at the Wasco ware
, house is runninz today for the first time
' since August and tbeV are at work grad
' ing wool. The feed mill is also running
and ia all about niteen men are em-
ThtS "week special doll sale, china dolls
3-4-7-9-U cents; kid body dolls, 1014
24 39 cents; dressed dolls, 417-24-49
cents. Big reduction on our whole holi
day line moBt complete in this . city.
Jacobsen Book & Music Co
Sunday night Night Watchman Phir
man arrested G. C. Rich for being drunk
and disorderly. This morning he made
his appearance before Recorder Gates,
when be waa fined $5, in default of
which he will occupy the city jil for
Thia morning when
a brakeman employed
N., was nncoupling
second and third lingers
hand were badlv mashed.
M. E. Laughan,
by the O. R. &
some cars, tbe
of hia right
dorfer dressed the wound and he will
leave for the hospital in Portland.
"The Sign," a paper published at the
Oregon school for the deaf says 'Twenty
eight years ago the 17th of November
the first pupil of tbe Oregon school for
the deaf was enrolled. This first pupil
was Arthur M. Walker from The Dalles.
He is now forty-six years old and lives
in Sherman county.
A Grass Valley-paper announces tht
there are several eases of diphtheria in
The Dillea. Who said so? One case
has been reported, and as far;"as we can
learn that is all. True, many have in
sisted that cases which the doctors pro
nounce tonsilitie were diphtheria, but
surely physicians are more competent
to judge than anyone else.
Those who have previously received
such cold receptions at the Vogt opera
house will be more than pleased to learn
that Manager Kinersly has placed a
large heater in tbe hall and. that, with
the furnaee, will keep it as warm as pie.
In the future when you attend the Vogt,
instead of playing freeze out, you'll have
a hot time, which commences tonight.
A telegram of inquiry to shipping
headquarters in San Francisco as to the
date of the arrival in Manila of the
United States transport Senator, wris
answered Saturday as follows: "The
Senator arrived at Manila November
21st." This news will allay fear among
relatives and friends of the 300 Oregon
recruits who were transported on that
J. H. Cradlebaugb, the Sage of Green
horn, returned .Monday from a two
weeks' visit below, to The Dalles, Port
land and elsewhere. His return has
been delayed by the severe illness of his
wife at Portland, bnt she Is now dut of
danger. Mr. Cradlebaugb, will begin
active development work on his Imperial
group, which he expects to become the
equal or superior of the Red Boy or
Bonanza. Sum pter News.
"'wTfTTJarraghT'lhe 'cripple, who Is a
familiar character here, proved himself
a hero this morning. A runaway team
was seen going up Court street, when he
jumped to the reins. Being unable to
stop them in that manner, he threw
jdown his crutches and finally succeeded
in jumping on the back of one and in
'some way gained control of them. Two
'ladies occupied the wagon, but through
VJiis enorts were not mjared;-'
The biennial state council of the Cath
olic Knights of America will be held in
thia city tomorrow evening at the hall of
Sc. Petera Branch. Delegates will be
In attendance from Portland, Salem,
Oregon City and other p'aces in the
state, some of whom will arrive this
evening. Rev. A. Bronsgeest and M.
T. Nolan are among the executive offi
cers. M. Mclnnis ia a delegate from
branch No. 451 of The Dalles.
A Portland paper says of Mahara's
minstrels which appears tomorrow even
ing at the Baldwin : "From the time the
cnrtain raises until it descends in the
last act, there is a succession of song and
dance, and neat bits of acting, which
show a well balanced company, there
not being a weak part observable at any
time or place. There are no lesa than
ten soloists, ranging from the deep and
sonorous basso, to a tenor who can
warble like a bird."
It is understood that on or before the
first of the year important changes will
be made in the time schedules on the
Union Pacific and Northern, Pacific
roads. Under the proposed change tbe
eastern mail service will be greatly im
proved as the mail which now reaches
The Dalles at 3 :20 a. m. will arrive 12
hours earlier. The change will be made
n order to make more convenient con
nection with the eastern roads, which
have just adopted faster schedules from
the Atlantic seaboard westward.
The cold weather still continued, the
(thermometer this morning going down
to 10 above, the coldest it has been for
two years. And it BeUUia 16 be genera"'
tnrorrgkWt both etateB. . Even in Pott
ter the stop, and before the flagman
couid get back to flag it, No. 21 came on
and crashed into the Pullman, -knocking
out the trucks and almost completely
demolishing it, besides injuring the other
cars considerably, destroying their plat
forms and breaking most of the windows.
Several paesengers were injured more or
less, three who were badly hurt being
taken to Pendleton. Their, names we
were unable to learn.
The freight train, which was com posed
of twenty-eight cars, it ie said, was com
pletely telescoped, the engine being
No 1, which was again made up at
Pendleton, came on to The Dalles, pass
ing here at 4:45 p. m. J. L. Story, who
was on his way to Walla Walla, was an
occupant of(the third car and writes his
daughter that none of the passengers es
caped witnout having somewhat of a
baking up though ' not being injured.
He says the newsboy was knocked
through the door as if he were a feather.
Taken all in all the accident was a for
tunate one. as no lives were lost, and as
far as we can learn the Injuries were not
Oregon Todde , Man at Washington.
Saturday's Oregonian 'contained the
following dispatch from Washington,
concerning a young man well known in
The Dalles and who ia a brother of Otis
Patterson, receiver of the land office
here. It is.only another proof of what
Oregon young men can do and are al
ways doing wherever tt-ey go : ' It says :
A. W. Patterson, of Oregon, well
known in newspaper and political circles
of that state, and at present clerk of the
.house committee on irrigation of arid
lands, and a leading student at the Col
umbian law university, of this city, iras
awarded first place in the opening pub
lic debate of that university last Satur
day evening. His strong plea for ter
ritorial expansion, the question under
discussion, was the subject of favorable
comment in the announcement of tbe
decision of the judges, one. of whoa wua
Justice Harlan, of the supreme court.
Mr. Patterson won the first place in th
second public contest of last . year, also
winning the prize debate at the close oi
the year, which was composed ot thoee
who had won in the six public contests.
The victory will again entitle him to
participate in the university's annual
land and the valley towns tbe ponds are
covered in ice and skates are much in
evidence. Yesterday the sloughs above
town were covered with skaters all day.
and the ice is said to be very good, while X Saturday afterr"
i. i . . . I for the friend
Helen Hudson Entertains Her Friends;
of the boya removing their overcoats
The great trouble with this particular)
amusement at The Dalles ia the distance
one has to go before the ponds are?!
reached. If the cold snap continues, the!
river will probably freeze over and them
ia thfl tirni fnr clmt.intr nlnnrr its hIwb
where the ice ib generally smooth.
WRECK NEAR PENDLETON.
Freight Train No.21 Crashes Into Passes
gar No. 1 and Injures Several
oon was a happy one
a of Helen Hudson, who
her. The parlors of her home
street had been beautifully
with chrysanthemums, and
possible had been provide
the enjoyment completi
shooting was the first game
at which Hattie Glenn cam
From the passengers who arrived in
the city on No. 1 west-bound last even
ins we learn the particulars of the wrecklj
which occurred yesterday morning.
The snow being very bad in the mount
ains, passenger train No. 1, Conductor
Burns, which is due here at 3:20, was
several hours late, and at Bingham
Springs passed freight train No. 21. Up
on reaching Cayuse, a few miles east of
Pendleton, about S o'clock, several
horses, which .were . caught in a bridge,
compelled the trainmen to stop and en
deavor to extricate them befoie they
could proceed. About four minutes af
mark, Valesca Liebe falling the farthest
short.. Bonbona were than' distributed
and with the paper caps $n their heads
they entered tbe dining rtom to partake
of a delicious lunch.
' Much amusement was afterward
caused by attempts to pin the tail on
the black pig, which was successfully
done by Margarette iCanersly, but Pru
dence Patterson whenblind folded knew
not where the til belonged.. . Other
games were played, and about 6 o'clock
the guests departed.. Those invited
were Martha Baldwin, May Jones,
Emma Creighton, fimily Crossen, Lena
Zimmerman, Prudence Patterson, Helen
Lytle, Daisy Deane, Bessie Eddon, Lucy
Fox, Dora Nie'senr, Edith O'Leary, ' Sue
Snrgill, Nellie Fox, Hattie Glenn, May
Jackson, Pearl voles, Anna Haslam,
Maude Michell, .Jennie Beresford, Lily
Seufert, Marearette Kinersly. '
Clearance Sale of Bieyeles
NEW ATSTD 2d HAND WHEELS
For Less than Half Price
We wish to clear out all old stock before mov
ing into new store and have some bargains.
. This is an pp portunity to get a bicj'cle cheap
All wheels sold at half regular price; - .
Opposite old stand.
We have the largest ascrtmant ever displayed in Tbe Dalles, aid
you will find our prices are lower than all of our competitors. . - ,
50.00 IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY.
Books, in Endless Variety.
Cloth bound, 12 mo., 200 titles; 12c each. Chatterbox, latest edi
tion, only 69c. All goods marked in plain figures.
Jacobsen Book & Music Co.
170 Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon.