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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1899)
Our Spring stock of plain and fancy lin- -ings
for wool and wassh fabriques is now
complete in all particulars consisting of ,
Selisias, Baciste, - .
Satin Surahs, Hair Cloth
Collar canvas in gray and natural Corona for in
terlinings of summer, goods that serves better than
silk and has much more style. .
Those "World Beaters" in Boys' Shirt Waists,
known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Those labor
saving garments that do not require the buttons sewed
on every time the garment comes from . the laundry.
Known as -
Faultless in style. Also Faunteleroy waists in
white and colors and more dainty than ever before.
Bureau Scarfs 18x36, 20x36, 18x54. Center
Pieces 12x12, 36x36. Lunch Cloths in all linen 27x27,
36x36, 45x45. 54x54.
17c, 25c, and 3 for $1.00
All the pretty things
iu Fancy Stripea
50 and 65 cents.
Watch oar special offering for
The Furnishing goods department this week is
unusually attractive from the fact that the
New Fedora Hats
are on display and are the proper thing for well
dressed gentlernen. The Shadings are exceptionally
soft and the blending of the materials used combine
elegance and style. The shadings consist of a variety
of Browns, Gra3rs and Tans and with the contrasting
bands at once convince you that people of exceptional
experience have devoted much time to the study of
symetry. Prices $1.50 to $3.50.
are jaunty, easy and taking. They are to be
found in Grays, Blues and Pearle, at $1.25."
The new blocks in stiff hats, the Gadfly, are the
latest and should be seen to be thoroughly appreciated.
in all the hew styles, both in long .and; short
bosoms are awaiting your pleasure,' but do not delay
in this matter" if you want to select ". while the variety
is complete. .'.; :.' ! -
E. & W. Collars and Cuffs .
in all the late styles are always to be found with
us. The late collars are Poynette, - Yokena, Omro,
lUenlo, Arapahoe. ''. V-.-- Jo-
Cuffs are Beachwood, Sherwood and Earswood.
PEAS ED & MAYS
' All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. .
S. WILKINSON & CO.;
General Storage and Forwarding1.
F. B, SAUNDERS, MGR. " 'V
wool milimo ron castkhn shipment.
rhe Dalles Daily Chroniele.
APRIL 12, 1999
Telephone No. 1. -
TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
All Changes in Advertisements must
be handed in before 10 o'clock A. M., as
no changes will be accepted in the aft'
ernoon. This rule will be positive.
CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO.
The Dalles, January 10, 1899. ,
RrsrSU Bet Washr ahil'Feilsralr - ; THE DALLES. DR.
The !" Bobby Gay lord" Company will
be at the Vbgt on Saturday, the 29th. .
Graders have been basy since Monday
picking wool at the Wasco warehouse.
Sherman county is to build a f 6,000
court bouse at Moro, and is now aeking
for competitive plans.
The new empreBS tkirt, well-known to
many "of our ladies through the Ladies
Home Journal and other periodicals,
may be seen at A. M. Williams & Co.'e.
Telephone yonr orders direct to ns for
coal oil.. Oar oil wagon in the future
will deliver oil only one day in tie week
tiring the enmmer r months. Maikr &
Benton. a 12-1 w.
The special meeting of the city council
which was to have been held last, night,
was postponed until Saturday, April 15,
when the eewer question will be thor
oughly discussed. ...'"
MisB Roberts is again able to attend
to her duties at the office of the Viavi
Company. Sunday evening Miss Ella
E. Jones,of Portland, arrived in the city,
and will remain as her assistant in the
Now that the streams along the line
of the railroad have begun to rice, wash
outs will probably be a daily occurrence,
and the afternoon west-bound passenger
train will feel the effects thereof. This
afternoon No. 1 is reported fourteen
hours late.- .
Miss Hattie Marden, who has spent
almost two years in Washington, is ex
pected to return on the delayed train
from the East, which will arrive early in
the morning. During her stay Miss
Hattie has devoted her time to the study
of art, and from all reports has made the
most of her opportunity.
A few days ' eince the ' 5-year-old
son 01 JJavia ureighton, : on d-juue,
Buffered a very painful accident. While
playing about he fell, striking bis head
on a piece of glass cutting a baa cash.
Dr. Logan-was at once called, and was
compelled to take several stitches in the
wound. - This morning he was reported
as improving nicely.
John H. Garrett, representing the
Syndicate Gold Mining Company of
Spokane, of which he is also secretary,
arrived from Portland last night,' and
will remain in tbe city a few days in the
interest of the company. A description
01 the mines owned by this company
will be foand in another column. Mr.
Garrett has visited a number of our busi
ness men today.
Emile Schanno Las been re-appointed
by the governor a member of the state
board of horticulture. No one in the
state is more interested in the 'subject
of horticulture than he, and from him
we obtain much valuable information
along this line ; as do we 'also regarding
the weather and climate from Mr. Brooks'
valuable statistics and daily -observa
W. P. Ready, P, H. Crim and Thos.
Burns, mining men from Portland, left
this city today for the region near Prine-
ville which is now attracting much at
tention from those interested in mines
While we seem to know, little concern'
mg the developments in that section
there is much outside enthusiasm man
ifested,' and ", every day mining experts
pass through the city on their way to
these new mines.
J. D. Flenner, who was formerly pastor
of the Methodist church in this city, and
who ia now editor of the "Capital" at
Boise City, accompanied the remains of
the late Major McConvillefrom Portland
last evening, and remained over in the
city till the night train. He will again
join the party and attend tbe funeral" at
Lewiston. It has been nine years since
Mr. Flenner visited Tbe Dallesand. the
fire of 91" having made such a change in
the city, it was with difficulty he located
the old land marks. .. -.; ;: iiM'-,
- At a meeting of the Columbia-River
Fishermen's Union in. Astoria the price
of sal tnon , or the.' opening season i was
set at 5 cents a- -pound. A; member: of
tbe union said that tbe setting" of the
price at 5" cents "was" a; meTe formality,
as iv was generally" understood ' among
fishermen; that this price would be paid,
or -even nkrey ' While the fishing season
does not open until next Satur lav, fish
ermen here are of the opinion that this
is to be an exceptional year, the river at
present seeming to be lull of fish.
B. B. Herbert, editor of the National
Printer-Journalist, of Chicago, is the
fi-st editor to arrive in Portland, . com
ing to complete arrangements for the
July meeting. He says: "As now ar
ranged the delegates, some 600 in num
ber, will reach Tbe Dalles on tbe morn
ing of tbe 3rd and go to Portland 'by
boat." -This is the sigoaljfor action, and
every citizen is appointed a committee
of one to devise the best, means of en
tertaining tbem . during the few hours
they will be in the city. Let. us hear
suggestions and let the executive com
mittee receive hearty co-operation.
Those -whose duty it is to see. that tbe
streets of our city are kept neat and at
tractive and-it should be the duty of
everyone need give themselves little
concern in the future, a train of circum
stances, having arisen or rather ; de
scended which will aid much in the de
sired result. We refer to the trains
which have been brought in by our dry
goods merchants and which every lady
who is up-to-date will supply the
power to keep in motion.' These area
most efficient means of street-sweepinr,
and as one might as well be out of the
world as "out of etyle, no c doubt "The
Dalles will have 'them ia abundance.
Last evening the body of Major Mc-
Conville, who was killed at Manila
during the severe fighting on Feb. ' 5tb,
and brought over on the Scandia, passed
through" the city, accompanied by Adjutant-General
Weaver, Colonel Kinport,
of the governor's staff, together with A.
J. Sherburne, representing the Grand
Army post at Lewiston. His widow and
son, who was with the major at Manila,
also accompanied the remains, which
will be met at Riparia by Governor
Stunenberg and Qther state officers Who
will attend them to Lewiston, .where the
funeral will be held Friday. .. The brave
major's remains will be buried with all
the honors of major-general.. .
The Telegram this morning was teem
ng with all sorts ot railroad rumors,
prominent among which was an article
regarding the Columbia river road. The
Lyle-Goldendale road is also receiving
much advertising; but those who are in
a position to know assert there is as yet
nothing definite concerning the road.
One thing certain, the Columbia South
ern is making itself felt, and-if plans
for its extention are carried into effect,
which they will most likely be, some
body hereabouts is bound to find it out
However, now that the-horse is out of
the stable, there is little need to shut
the door. Let us see to it that other
opportunities - in ' the way -of manu
factories, etc., slip not entirely from our
grasp i but learn a lesson by past ex
Messrs. E. Jacobsen and C. F. Bar
tholema, who with another traveling
man, J. Gurnee, started out . with
swell lonr-norse rig some weeks since
to make a trip into the interior, arrived
home at noon today. Their trip did not
prove all sunshine, . but . with, it was
mixed a snow storm- or two, which add
ed a little spice to : tbe journey. In the
first place,' when they reached Fossil
Mr; Gnrnee took sick and was compelled
to go back to Portland. Last Thursday
Jacobsen and Bartbolema started, from
Mitchell to FrineviUe and encountering
six feet of snow, got slock therein and
but for the help of some miners would
probably have been there yet endeavor
ing to extract their rig from its clutches
A gentleman, who was going over the
same road was compelled to abandon
his horse and the coyotes benefited
thereby.) These .gentlemen have littl
to say concerning the wind storm today
but are happy to again reach civiliza
tion.. -.--;-.- " .'.;-;',';'.-, "-::'"
: Latest advices from Rosebnrg state
the bodies of Fish. Commissioner. H.. D.
McGoire and Senator A: W. Reed have
not been found. . It is reported that tbe
boat which was used by the unfortunate
men bad been found four, miles below
where the accident ' occurred, and' that
Mr. McGulre's coat had also been fouo
twelve mileg below at a bridge. Neither
report has been confirmed, but both are
believed to be true. . The... searching"
parties continue their work, and are be
ing added toby friends of the -unfortunate
men It is the opinion' of many
who ' kuow the- character of the stream
that neither body will be found for sev
eral days. -If they- do not become en
tangled among snags in the river, they
will likely rise to the surface after nine
days, unless they were swept on to the
ocean, : which , ; ia ; hardly . probable.
Several candidates are already' in tbe held
for tbe place made vacant by tbe death
of Fish Commissioner McGuire. ; ' '-.
Last night about 11 o'clock the Prine
ville stage had a .slight t mishap, which
bnt for tbe presence of mind of tbe driver,
John Marlin, might have resulted! more
seriously.-' The road was'' very 'dark as
they reacheff.paviarZplacedir'lhe other
Bide of Des Chutes, aud the light carried
be'ag the ono that "failed," the horses
were enable to keeplha roil. GjTn'g rp
a slight grade tbe horses veered to one
side and the stage was . upset, throwing
the passengers, composed of three men,
two ladies and two children, to the
ground. Mr. Marlin immediately grabbed
the reins and prevented a runaway, thus
avoiding a more serious accident. As
it was, the men were injured slightly, one
on the forehead, and tie other on the
thigh ; while the ladles and children es
caped any - harm whatever, although
much frightened. During bis many years
of staging tbia is the first , accident Mr.
Marlin has had, and he is to be congratu
lated that it turned out as fortunately
as it did.
Thinki tbe War Will Last a Yar Longer.
U. S. Surgeon H. A. Littlefield, a
brother of Mrs. W. L. Bradehaw, who
as recently been promoted as acting
surgeon at Uavite with, rank of erst
lieutenant, in writing borne says that it
is his opinion that the war will last one
year yet, and possibly much longer un
less some quick work is done.
In referring to tbe treachery of the
Filipinos be tells of ' the capture of 200
insurgents who were about to leave
Manila as mourners. They were follow
ing a bearee out of the city, but upon
reaching the outer guards, where their
grief seemed to grow more intense, they
met with an unexpected interruption.
Instead of finding a corpse in the hearse
tbe guards found it filled with firearm's.
The 200 mourners are now' doing their
mourning in the prison dungeon.
Upon the occasion of a recent raid on
a church, the alleged worshipers, dressed
in white, were found to be insurgents in
dirguise. Under their religious habili
ments were found full insurgent' uni
forms and side arms. These worshipers
are also doing some reflecting in prison
Dr. Littlefield, at the time of writing
reports but three smallpox cases in the
hospital. He vaccinated . about 150
soldiers that morning, himself included,
having previously tried it on himself
eight times without success.
K. O. T. M.
., Sir. Knights: Take n':ce that after
April 1st to O.-toter lt, The Da'le
tent No. 20 will open its r-vi'ws at 8 :30
prompt the second and fourth VVVdnee
days of each month.
C. S. Schmidt,
C. C. Cooper, Sir Knight C m.i
Sir. Knight R. K.
Cash In toar Cltecfc.
All count v- warrants riri-tered prior
to June 1st,, 1895, t will paid t my
office. . Interest ceases after April 5,
1899. C. L. I' mi lips,
Golden Eagle Blcycl. . . .
Golden Eagle bicycles $25. ' You will
find the Golden Eagle a v ry pxtiefactory
wheel and one that ia tliomnirhly and
absolutely guaranteed, with the guaran
tee made good here.
Whether on pleasure bent or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup, of
Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and ef
fectually on the kidneye, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
and other forms of sickness. For sale in
50 cent bottles bv all leading drnggists
Manufactured by tbe California ' Fig
Syrup Co. only. .
Notice Wa,er Kent.
With each returning season theLozier
Manufacturing Co. show something new
and desirable in Bicycle construction.
This season finds them with more
good things than ever. One of these
good thines is the BURWELL BALL,
and ROLLER BEARING.
Examine tbe illustration notice par
ticularly that the little steel Roller be
tween the balls transfers the motion
without interruption and the Balls can
not grind - together as in ordinary
Hereafter Columbia Lodge, No. 5, 1.
O. O. F., will charge for use of water in
their cemetery at the late of f 2 per'. lot
for the season, payable in advance to
the Bex ton. C. J. Cbandall.
T. A. Ward.
W. H. Butts,
There may be other etandards but the
Cleveland bicycle is the standard for
excellence. There is no standard higher
than quality. See them at
Maikr & Benton's.
There is nothing ordinary about deve5--land
Bicycles; every piece of material'
and every hour of labor is tbe best -money
We cater to a trade that wants thet
best and knows the beBt.
Sole agents for Cleveland Bicycles.
' SK Tlie Best is Cheapest.
iave V&v Lisks is tlie Best-
sMk i30 purchase
Tinware made. V Us
Guaranteed never to rust. . '
We-have'a large stock' ot Pianoso'rgane', S.h'eetMusiC, Musicaf Instru-r, " ..
' . ments, etc., that we are selling at popular prices.': . . .
r.;T Our stock 6f Stationery and Books is complete.
' 17) So;-cnd Street, T:ij r-'alles', Orv-n. ' .