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On apace, and we discover odd lots of goods that require the pruning knife. We are not
loath to give them their just desert, for these things must perish; if not by the aid of the
knife, then "by the dust of summer; so we give the knife preference.
Maier & Benton will give away one
We have not talked
these eoodi to yon eo
we will aek vour at
tention while we tell
yon of some good things.
Let No. 1, Fleece lined, that were $1.50 now $ .97
Lot No. 2, " " " " 2.00 ...now 1.19
Lot No. 3, " ' " 2 50 now 1.59
Lot No. 4, " " " ' 3.00 now 2.17
Qnonrlo A shawl will be just as fashionable fn a
EDUcXv AS. short time for street wear as a jacket or a
cape is at the present time, Bat suppose the style did not
tend in that direction, every lady in the land should have one.
Here i9 what we have to offer you :
Ice wool Shawls.
$ .75 now $ .50
.85 now .60
1.15 .now .85
1.35 now .90
1.50 now 1.00
2.25 now 1.50
2.50 now 1.75
Heavy all wool Shawis.
$1.00 now $ .79
1.50 now 1,13
2.00 now 1.23
2 75 ; now 1.93
3.00 now 2.33
3.25 now 2.35
3.75 "now 2.79
4.00 .now 2.97
4.50 now 3.59
(ck y-ioo are b1wvb 'n style, in fact it is dif
J? U.I OctJJtJo flcult to be in style without ore. . We
give a last chance this season to buy style and comfort at your
One Fur Cape, $3.25 for $2.35
" " " 4:00 for 2.45
" " 7.00... for 4.75
" " 10.75... for 6.60
12.50.. for 9.25
" " 15.00 '.for 9.75
" " " '30.00 for 18.50
is a subject that appeals to
every good housekeeper's
pride. A table with a Dice
cloth and napkins to cor
respond, no matter how frugal the repast, is appetizing. But
at these prices you can luxuriate with only a glass of water
and a crust of bread. '
Cloths, 8-4x8-4 and one dozen 3 4 napkins to match for. .$5.63
" 8-4x10 4 " "34 "..669
8 4x10 4 .- 34 " " 8.13
" 8 4x12 4 " " 3 4' " " ".. 9.29
Besides these sets we have an elegant line of Damask by
the yard at 25 per cent discount, and some elegant things in
remnants at about one-half off.
We have a few num
bers that we are close
Knit Underwear ingnttbat we know
fall well are the best
the markets affords at bed-rock prices. . We have one num
ber at 19c that is a cracker jack for value, also one at 22c .
There are only a few of these two lines left, bear this in mind
should yon think favorably of them. We will quote you a
few prices that you may know how we stand on the Under
One line $ .60 at$
1.25 at .75
1.25 at .77
1.25 at .83
1.25 .at .97
1.25 at .98
1.50 at 1.23
2.50 at 1.73
TWO LINES OF CHILDREN'S KNIT SKIRTS.
One line 35c. . . now 20c
One line 75c. now 50c
THREE LINES OF LADIES' KNIT SKIRTS in colors.
Oneline.$ .65 now$ .45
One line 1.25.., now .95
One line 2.50 ...now 1.55
T & f 1 pej' "VXnfll This haa been one of our choice
JJftlUOjvv KJKJX lines, but the sfzas are some-QJVT-r'
T5licf Q what demoralized. They con
OxALX b W Ctlb lo. sists ot checks, plaids, plain
and fancy corduroys.
One line formerly $1.25 '. now $ .95
One line formerly $1.60 now 1.25
One line formerly $2.00 now 1.35
One line formerly $2.25. now 1.50
One line formerly $3.00 now 2.15
One line formerly $3.25 now 2.50
f-rfiTVt's like the other depart-
" merits ia undergoing a
Furnishing Dep't tHSuSA
matters, we are offering to our patrons some good warm
things in wool mi-ed, cotton fleeced lined, wool fleece lined
and all wool Underwear to select from.
Camel's Hair garment that sold at 75c now $ .63
Jersey Ribbed garment that sold at 50c now .45
Sanitary Fleeced garment that sold at 50c. ......... .now .45
Natural Wool garment that sold at $1.00 now .78
Natural Wool garment that sold at $1.00 now .87
Natural Wool, mixed plush back $L.25 now .97
. Merino that sold at $1.50 now 1.25
Ribbed that sold at $1.75 now 1.45
An all wool, extra choice, $2.50 now 2.25
A Cashmere wool, very choice, $2.50 now 2.25
A Fine woo!, $2.25 now 1.93
GailaDtf Steel Bange
For every One Dollar pur
chase during January and
February we will give one
chance free on the steel range..
1$E jmitf)W&EE DEShESS...
167 Second St. THE DALLES, OR.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS.
pride of all, for it has few peers in the
United States, editorially and otherwise.
One of its chief attractions is the absence
of sensationalism, which forms so prom
inent part in most city journals.
When the Oregonian says so, its gener
ally eo, and you can depend on it.
In addition to oar special Grocery Prices -of last week, we add the fallowing:
Corn, fall -standard .8c per can ; 95c per dozen
Tomatoes, full standard J6c per can; 95c per dozen
Asparagus, RAH Hicfemott's best pack 23c per can
Macaroni and Cheese, Van Camp's, 1 lb can 8c
Same ia"2 lb cans 12c
Macaroni and Cheese, Van Oamp',3 lb cans -. . . , .Bc
Hominy, canned, -3 lb , J8c
Pineapple, sliced, 2 lb cans ,15c
Fireside Coffee, 3 ib cans, Mocha and .lav blend ,"61e
Flake Kominy & 4c per lb
D. Q. "Saw 17 lbs for $1
Golden Gate Baking Powder, 12 oz each 5:7c
Saine, ldoz each 33c
Same, 5 lbB each $1.45
Noonday Stove Pofcsh lc per pkg
OUR -SHOE DEPARTMENT IS STILL TO THE FRONT WITH. EXCEPTIONAL. BARGAINS.
REMEMBER THAT ALL FORMER QUOTATIONS REMAIN 3N STATU QUO UNTIL CLEARANCE SALE IS OVER.
All Goods Marked in
PEASE & MAYS
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
JANUARY 17. 1899
Telephone No. 1.
TO OUR ADVERH8ERS :
- All Changes in Advertisements must
be handed in before ;ie o'clock A. ta., as
no changes will be accepted in the aft
ernoon. 'This rule will be positive.
CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO.
The Dalles, January , 1890.
month. Meet of thena would rather miss
every other amusement during the year j
than fail to attend the EVke' perty. It
takes tbworder to do things op in a
Mrs. Agnew, of Partlani, has rented
the house recently occupied by E-ev. De
Forest, -on. the corner -of 'Fourth and
Union streets, and having fitted it opi
nicely, will take a somber of 'boarders
and lodgers, either by tbeiay, week or
month. Apply to her rt "iter resi
Last eight was jjoKy one ifor tbe
riende-e Joe Knebed, who invited them
to spend the evenisg t ?is 'home on
Mill creek. A number went ouUia con
veyances rom this city apd joined in the
The best dry fir cord wood at Maser 4 dnlod ia till a late Ann r. and one of
Benton's, lw e ...
"Boy Wanted" will fee the next atj
traction at tne v ogt ; appearing sere
Fancy Washington navel oranges 20
cents a dozen, California seedlings 10
cents a doses at The Dalles Commieseon
Just received a fresh -consignment ot
bananas, cauliflower and cabbage and
pickled pigs ieet at The Dalles Cgmmis
sion Company. 17-St
Free exhibition in front f Baldwin's
opera honae every night at 7 o'clock. -Dandy,
the high diving dog, will jump'
from the top of a 50-foot ladder.
The funeral of the late Joba Brook
bouse will take place from tbe Catholic
.church tomorrow morning at . 4 o'clock.
Friends of the family are invited to be
The Quaker Doctors' entertainaaent is
first class.. Come and see them. Dia
mond ringtgiven away and many beauti
ful presents by the Quakers. Admis
sion 15 cents.
Tbe property belonging to the F. Vogt
estate, opposite the Chronicle office,
now occupied by tbe Salvation Army,
was this afternoon sold at public auction
by M. A. Moody, assignee'. It was
bought in by Wm. Weggenman at $1200.
Lovers of - dancing are beginning to
look forward to the grand ball ' to be
given by the Elk on the 10tb of next
partaken of. All report a 'fiae tiaie.
st-eening at 5:30 olokck. -in his
ce, Justice Bayard amtecyi maraage
all ace Weaver and Edh :Naylor.
he groona is a member ojrte fiioa of
eaver fe Neagle, who y6wn the eda
manufactory in tbe EaetrEnd while the
s here, being a
Dalles extend their
bride has many
oung lady of
heir friends in Th
At the last meeting of the city coDncll
an ordinance was passed requiring a
eemi-annnal license of $50 to be paid on :
411 electrical slot machines. Yesterday:
the first payment was made for the en
saing six months and $250 was collected.
At present there are five : machines in
tbe city run by electricity, the remainder
net coming ueder the rulings of the
The river blockade begins to look
shaky, and will soon get a -move on its
self and move along. It is now clear np to
Crate's Point, and will soon allow the
boats to come np. The Dalles City will
improve her first opportunity. The re
port for tomorrow says "rain," and our
slushy streets bear evidence of the fact
that it has rained. As Mill creek is rais
ing bnt little it looks as if the, moisture
is all seeping into the ground. . .
' When . the National -Editorial Asso
ciation met in Denver last year, each
guest was given a souvenir of the city
ia the form of a wery nicely gotten ap
pamphlet description -of the city. In;
fact, every place 'they vieited on their
trip some each literature was given
tbem. Wowld it riot be a splendid idea.;
for the executive .committee to makei
seme arrangement whereby each editor
coald receive A'eapy of the pictorai eap-
nlement of ae Oregoaian's special
ffition.aceoaapaaied bymaore condensed
rfvadinc matter oncerntne the etate"?:
Itetrikes as that it wealf be a splendid
adeverti&emewt. e eveFT visitor would'
here statistics teefen to in their write-:
of 9 of tbe trip.
SVe will defy -eny city'isi the etate. -or
out of it, to prodxee loeal talent equal toH
that of Tbe Dalles in taefaistrionie line.
Xowhere,oatside-of preteesionale, en be;
foend better material ferai good minstrel
show.or entertainaaent of Giat character.
And this year w-erare to hawe another p-
oorfcinitv of bearoae tbefboys ia one of
their famous shews. fcEvery ehareh
society, charitable institution and what
not tiiat has appealed to these yocnp
men for assistanee, tave been given the
benefit of their eervtees. often at an ex
pense to theooeelvee, .not considering
the amount of practicing repaired. Now
that they are to give an -entertainment
under tfceir own atwjjices, eiere ia no
doubt bet that the Vogt will mot be able
to contain tbe crowd. We are all
Anxious to hear them.
98. Governor William P. Lord,
Salem, Or.: Sir I recommend 'Hospital
Steward F.C. Broeiws 1or assistant sur
geon, with rank of captain, -vice Card
well, promoted. Has passed -good medi
cal examination. Q. 8ommebs,
"ColoneUtiecond Regiment,'. U. S. V."
AU. WELL PLEASED.
Vk. Vevy 6id Play Well Kendered at lti
Voit x.m Ktgt.
Promotion mm JUerlt.
Hospital Steward F. C. Breeins, of
Hood River, formerly regimental sur
geon of the Third battalioc, G. 2$. G.,
hat been declared highest ia tbe medical
examination for a second assistant sur
geon for the Second Oregon. At the
time the board for examination was
called. Colonel Summers announced that
he would recommend thei man passing
the highest. Accordingly, the colooei
addressed General Hughes, provost marshal-general,
commanding the brigade
including the Oregon regiment, asking
that Governor Geer be cabled the recom
mendation. ' The cable sent reads :
"Headquarters, Second regiment, Ore
gon United States volunteers, Cuartel de
Eapana, Manila, P. J., December 12,
Shakespeare and his inferiors aleo
have failed to pereuadetfee ipeople that
(-there's nothing ia a name, and conse
quently, when maay -of oar-theater-goers
considered the titieof daet .night's play,
they branded it as eeceodclase "Uncle
Tom's CabIn"ehow, and therefore failed
to attend. However there wae a fairly
Lgood-sixed audienee in ttendaoce, none
of whom were ia the least -disappointed
Although the plat of tbe play lay
.alongTirtdally tbe eameid h'ee, there
was enough of variety to enee one to
wonder if they all aaUy"livedui peace,
-died in 'Greece," etc., and f "Dora1
imarried ""Jack," what wasito hecome of
-"'Frank's happiness.' After all, we
felt 'that some orphan ehoald have
stepped npon tbe scene 'and (taken him
"at of tbe cold."
While-each character was well taken,
"Aant iLtady ," "CalebCroc, the miser,
and F red Tensed ale as "Kinks" execut
ed ithe 'most difficult parts in a manner
worthy of special mention. Mies May
hew won 4be admiration of Dalles peo
ple as the -"button girl" in the "Pulse
of New YorJc" company last winter, and
many times laBt night her actions
seemed familiar, particularly in her
cake walk. be is certainly , an "all
around aetrese, taking the negro char
acter folly ae well as her former cast.
In the third act the Fountain City
Quartet appeared in Negro melodies,
and the audience at once felt- they bad
their "inoneya worth,", or were de
termined to get it, for encore after en
core was given, and responed to. When
Negro singing is good at all, there is no
melody like it, and this quartet would
be very hard to beat.
The entire play was first-class.
Tape worm and : cancers removed by
the Quaker Doctors.
ROUTINE BUSINESS AT CAPITOL
AJbMy ami Salem Want the Orphans
Hume Senate in (Session aa Enr.
Capriol, Saieni, Jan. 17. The as
eembly is bnsy with routine work today.
as well they may be with 214 bilifl on the
house calendar nd 124 in the senate.
The main fea&are of action this morn
tag was on tbe feills relative to the saloon
licenee, city incorporation measures, and
one providing far insurance on public
Albany and Salem have tender ed the
land and bnilding to tbe stat( proposing
that tbe etate run an orphans home in
either city. Both propositions will be
The senate was in session but one
These queer people called Quakers or
the silent worshippers of the Almighty
God, have from century to century re
tained their religious reputation frees
from all blemishes; by their daily
practice of honesty, integrity and social 1
purity. History teaches ns- that in -1
olden times these good people were ter- .
ribly persecuted for their religiose- be
lief. But through all the punishment .
bestowed on them they - proved to be
the happiest and most contented class of
people on God's green foot-stool. Absti
nence, chastity, peace.Jgood will and
brotherly love is the foundation stone of
their faith, their motto being peace and
good will toward all men.
A etaff of Quaker doctors are now in
The Dalles,' giving lectures and enter
tainments at Baldwin's opera house,
nightly. - Admission 15 cents to all.
The doctors can be seen daily at their,
office at the Umatilla Hotel ; office hours,
between 10 and 12.
Ia Olden Times.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satisfied with the transient action ; but
now that it is generally known that
Syrup of Figs' will permanently over
come habitual constipation, well in
formed people will not buy other laxa
tives, which act for a time, but finally
injure -the system. Buy the genuine,
made by the California Fig Syrop Co.
The Orecanlan'a Aaaaal Sambtr,
Every year residents of Oregon look
forward to the special edition which
the Oregonian is wont to publish.
deeming it the beBt advertisement of
Oregon's resources which can be sent to
friends in the East. Each edition shows
an improvement over tbe former one
bnt never has anything been gotten np
In the etate which gives such a thorough
idea of the resources of Oregon and the
beanty of its scenery, as does yesterday's
edition. 1 he hrst twenty-four pages is
devoted to its resources, industries and
schools in fact everything which relates
to tbe state and its welfare. That the
pictorai supplement was gotten up by
au artist is self evident, some of tbe en
gravings being beautiful, most of them
showing Jorth the erandeur of onr
scenery, while others cannot fail to im
press the beholder with the wonderful
facilities which Oregon has for manu
If yon have friends whom vou desire
to have make their home among us,
send them an Oregonian, and they'll
surely not fail to come. -v
Attack it as we may. complain of it aa
we will, every Oregonian-is proud of the
paper of the state, and none of us would
part with it. It is,.and should be, the