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THE DALLES, OREGON. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1899
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Commenced this morning.
Shoes in the house are subjected to
In announcing this sale we
a SLASHING PRICE CU
hints here more in our Shoe Department.
lay particular stress upon the fact that every broken line or odd lot of Ladies,' Misses' and
.1 deep enough
to interest every shoe buyer, and especially those looking for shoes of quality,
Just a few
A Popular Shoe.
at Clearance Prices. Kid
button, with cloth or kid
top;'equare and opera toes,
Sizes 8 to 11
reduced from $1.50 to $1.05
Sizes ll& to 2
reduced from $1.90 to $1.15
Two handsome toes in lace or
congress. Have been selling 5t1 fiO
at $2.50; Our clearance price p
A shoe, fashionable, com
fortable, seasonable and
serviceable, is here ottered at a bargain
price. 'Made of box calf; bulldog toe,
heavy extension soles, yellow d?0 QC
eilk stitching. $4 Shoe, now tp. jJ
Black or Brown.
Shoes made for winter wear; heavy exten
sion soles, broad low heels, serviceable
uppers, wide coin toes ; regu- d0 fH
larly $3, clearance price tptf .J J
Quality, not Style.
If you are not particular as to the style,
these will suit you. An assorted lot of
Men's Fine Street Shoes in seal and k a ti
tter oo stock, including also fineealf Shoes
with cork soles. The regular
priceB are $4 and $4 50; the SiQ 'v'K
clearance price pfi. I J
Men's Fine Cordovan Shoes,
Reduced from $5 to $3.30.
Lace or Congress; narrow, -square and
coin toes. '
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Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid
T?n "f-r-n QT- noe- narrow, square and coin
X9U.bl.UIl OXlUcb, toes; patent tips; genu
ine band-tarn soles. The regular price t O d
is $4.00; clearance price.
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AlEed PlilijitiHe PresiJent Replies to
ARE ON GUARD
Trouble Over an Anonymous Procla
mationA Meal Penant Produces
s Hostile Signal.
Manila, Jan. 21. President Lopez,
of the Visayan federation, has replied to
President McKinley'a proclamation of
the 9th. He claims that the revolution
ary government antedates the Paris
treaty by over two years . 'He eays he
has never been officially notified of the
existence of the treaty, and that there
fore he declines to recognize American
. authority, and refuses to allow Ameri
cans to disembark in force, without ex
press orders from the government at
Malolos. General Miller, the commander
of tlie American expedition, replied that
the Americans cannot recognize Presl
dent , Lopez's authority, because the
Filipino republic ie not recognized by
the powers. He also expressed regret
at the determination-of the Filipinos to
. resist just claimB.
The United States gunboat Petrel and
the Spanish gunboat El Cano are near
Ilo Ho. The natives at the forts . mis
took the United States cruiser Balti
more's meal pennant for a challenge and
hoiBted a red rag on the fort thricedaily,
lowering it simultaneously - with the
Baltimore's pennant. The United States
transport Indiana has gone to Ilo Ilo
with dispatches to General Miller from
- General Otis, and coal supplies for the
expedition. The British second-class
cruiser Bonaventura, and the German
second-class cruleer Irene, have re
turned here. '
Coasting steamers which have ar
rived here report that the natives are
fortifying Falbayog and the island of
Samar, refusing to allow Americans to
land there. The garrison consists of
1000 men, armed with spears and bolos.
They have only six rifles-
Owing to persistent rumors of a con
templated attack upon Manila on Satur
day and Sunday, the American troops
were confined to theirfquarters, all the
guards were doubled, and as a matter
of precaution, foreign ' flags were dis
played on the business and private
houses everywhere, as on the .day of the
entry of the Americans into the city.
The Escolla, the usually busy thorough
fare, was deserted on Saturday night.
A score ot groundless alarmiets rumors
are still abroad, but confidence is being
Manila, Jan. 15, via Hong Kong, Jan.
21. Private advices received here from
Ilo Ilo differ from official reports. They
say the rebels have completed the forti
fications there, and are not fortifying
Guimaraa island. The American forces
are still on board the transports, which
are anchored close to Gnimaras' island.
The rebel ' authorities at Ilo Ilo have
granted permission to land armed parties
not exceeding five in number, if accom
panied by native officers. The offer was
declined. The rebels subsequently per
mitted officers to land, furnishing them
The Paul Jones is lost
Mobile, Ala., Jan. 20. The govern
ment steamer Pansy touched at Biloxi,
Miss., this morning, and reports finding
on Breton island a part of the stern of
the naptha launch Paul Jones, also a
vawl boat with the' bow smashed, and
other small articles from the ' launch.
The condition of the wreckage tends to
show that the naptha tank blew up and
tore the boat to pieces. The Pansy met
the Maud with Messrs. Jones and Tag
gart on board. The latter visited the
wreckage and identified it as a part of
the Paul Jones. No bodies were found.
Elegant new Pullman palace sleepers
between Portland and Chicago have just
been placed in service-via the O. R. &
N., Oregon Short Line, Union Pacific
and Chicago & Northwestern railways
daily every day in the year. Cars are of
the very-latest pattern, in fact being the
most Improved up-to-date sleeping cars
turned out by the Pullman Company.
These new palaces will leave Portland on
the evening fast train of the O. K. & N.
arriving at Chicago the morning of the
onrth day and running through with
out change via Granger and Omaha. 19 tf
To Gain Flesh, to Sleep Well, to Know
What Appetite and Good Digestion
MAKF A TEST OF STUART'S DYS
' PEPSIA TABLETS.
No trouble is more common or more
misunderstood than nervous dyspepsia .
People having it think their nerves are
to blame and are surprised that they
are not cured by nerve medicineB. The
real seat of the mischief is lost sight of.
The stomach is the organ to be looked
NervouB dyspeptics often do not' have
any pain whatever in the stomach, nor
perhaps any of the symptoms of stom
ach weakness. Nervous dyspepsia shows
itself not in the stomach so much as in
nearly every organ. In some cases the
heart palpitates and Is irregular; in oth
ers the kidneys are effected ; in others
the bowels are constipated, with head-
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PEOF. HENRY W. BECKER, A. M.
aches ; still others are troubled with loss
of flesh and appetite with accumulations
of gas, sour risings and heartburn.
It is safe to say that Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets will cure any stomach weak
ness or .disease . except cancer of the
stomach. t They cure sour stomach, gas,
loss of flesh and appetite, sleeplessness,
palpitation, heartburn, constipation and
Send for valuable little book on stom
ach diseases by addressing F. A. Stuart
Co., Marshall, Mich.- All druggists sell
full sized packages at 50 cents. Prof.
Henry W. Becker, A.M., the well-known
religious worker and writer,of St. Louis,
secretary of the Mission Board of the
German Methodist church ; chief clerk
and expert accountant of the harbor and
wharf commission ; public secretary for
the St. Louis school patrons' association,
and the district conference of the stew
ards of the M. E. church ; alaj takes an
active part in the work of the Epworth
League, and to write on religious and
educational topics for several magazines.
How he found relief is best told in his
own words :
"Some weeks ago my brother heard
me say something about indigestion, and
taking a box out of his pocket said : 'Try
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.' I did, and
was promptly relieved. Then 1 investi
gated the nature of the tablets, and be
came satisfied that they were made of
just the right things and in just the
right proportions to aid in the assimila
tion of food. I heartily indorse them in
all respects, and I keep them constantly
on band. .
Oregon Not for Samoa. .
Washington, Jan. 21. The Oregon is
not going to Samoa, but ill go straight
ahead to Manila' after taking coal at
Honolulu, according to . officials at the
navy department. The dispatch of the
ocean-going tug Iroquois yesterday from
San Francisco for Honolulu was not in
spired by a desire tochange the Oregon's
orders, for, as a matter of fact, tLe navy'
department arranged two months ago to
put the Iroquois to use -as a . dispatch
boat between San Francisco and Hono
lulu pending the laying of a cable, and
this trip was projected at the time. ..
1 Of coarse the oportunity to 'send dis
patches to the Oregon was seized by the
Accidently Shot Himself. ?
Stayton, Or., Jan. 21. Last night
Gilbert Stayton shot himself in the left
hand while carelessly handling a shot
gun. The lad is a son of Drury Stayton
and grandson of the pioneer for whom
this city was named. Amputation will
be necessary, according to the opinion
of the attending physician.
The Santiam river is rising So rapidly
that residents in the lower part of the
town are apprehensive for the safety of
property. ' .
Oregon Viavi Company,
Room 7, over French's Bank.
2 to 4 p. m
Charlotte V. Roberta,
Endeavoring to Have the Alien Exclu
sion Law Modified.
Seattle, Jan. 20. The recent passage
of an act by the provincial legislature of
British Columbia prohibiting aliens from
securing placer mining claims in that
province has called forth many protests
from Americans directly interested in
the development of the Lake Atlin min
ing district, and an effort is now being
made to secure a modification pf the law
At a meeting of citizenB of Alaska in
this city today, it was resolved to send
the following telegram to Governor Bra
dy, of Alaska, now in Washington : '
Two hundred citizens of Alaska, in
convention assembled here today, re
quest that you urge President McKinley
and the joint high commission to use
their influence to have the British Co
lumbia alien exclusion act modified;
and that a Pacific coast man be appoint
ed to succeed the late Hon.- Nelson
Dingley on the joint high commission,
and that said commission hold sessions
on the Pacific coast before concluding
its labors." ' ' ' .
Bit Lift Wat Bared.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightlul death.
In telling of it he says : "I was taken
with typhoid fever, that ran into pneu
monia. My lungs became hardened. -1
was so weak I couldn't even sit up in
bed. Nothing helped me. I expected
to soon die of consumption, when I
heard of Dr. King's New Discovery.
One bottle gave great relief. I con
tinued to use it, and now am well and
strong. I can't say too much in its
praise." This marvellous medicine is
the surest and quickest cure in the world
for all throat and lung trouble. Regular
size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle
tree at BlakeTey & Houghton's drue
etore; every bottle guaranteed. 2
Mrs. Susie Kelly.
Lnq Cheek, Jan. 21. Mrs. Susie
Kelly, wife of V. O. Kelly, of this city,
and daughter of the late J. T. Mael, de
ceased, died at her home : in this city
yesterday of consumption.. Deceased
was a highly respected resident of Grant
county. Her parents were pioneers, and
her father was at one time county clerk
of the county. - '
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders arc the greatest
mmacfra to health of the present day.
' BOVAL BAKINQ PQWQgff CO. , NEW VOBK.
$6.50 PER TON
For car load lots call on
E. KURTZ, Agent,
Tel. 38. The Dalles. Or.
Next to Columbia Hotel.
Open Day and flight.
to all Boculecs...
For Bowling Parties. Patronage of
. the public respectfully Milicited.
. Estebenet & Esping, Props.