The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, June 15, 1899, Image 3

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For Thursday, Friday and Saturday
we will offer you a line of
lei M ami Dim Hues
This line is broken and we will sacrifice the remainder
at the lowest possible figures. These goods are choice and
will make beautiful party, afternoon and evening gowns.
Do not delay in looking at these goods, for they are lim
ited in quantity.
tffih& Ladies
TO Suits
Ladies' Suits, made up from all-wool Venetian Suitings
in blue, black and brown, that we will offer at $ 5.95
All new and stylish suits, made, up from blue and
black Serge, we will offer at 10.95
We carry a grand assortment of Separate Dress Skirts.
You will find among them blue and black Serge,
Taffeta Silk and black Satin, ranging from.. $2 to 16.50
men's Summer Meiweai.
30o por G-armont.
Three big values in light-weight summer goods,
kind that fit.
No. 45 Fancy Balbriggan, blue stripe.
No. 122 Fancy Ribbed, blue stripe, silk stitched seams.
No. 125 Derby Ribbed, solid color, silk stitched seams!
See our window display of these goods.
All Goods marked in plain figures'.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
JUNE lo, 1899
Telephone No. 1.
All Changes in Advertisements must
be banded in before 10 o'clock A. M., as
no changes will be accepted in the aft
ernoon. This rule will be positive.
The Dalles, January 10, 1899.
River reading This morning, 37.3,
fall of .5. Rapid rise after tomorrow.
Madam Ardessa's dressmaking system
will be taught to all applicants at room
No. 21 of tbe Chapman block. Honrs
after 3 in tbe afternoon. 12-4t
George McKinnon, for tbe past three
months a patient at the insane asylum,
left yesterday for bis home at The Dalles
completely restored. Salem Statesman.
One of the elephants of tbe Ringling
circus was caught in quicksand while
taking a bath in Snake river the other
day and bad a narrow escape from
C. L. Phillips, treasurer, Bold today as
per advertisement, bonds of School Dis
trict No. 50 of Autelope, amounting to
$3000, to H. E. Bell, of Spokane, at 6
per cent and $127 premium and accrued
At the last meeting of the Good In
tent Society the ladies tendered a vote
of tbanks to Mrs. N. Harris for her kind
ness in donatirg her parlors for the
entertainment recently given at her reei
Tomorrow evening at St. Mary's Acad
emy will occur the closing exercises of
the echool, commencing at 7 :30 o'clock,
X splendid program has been arranged,
and an admission of 50 cents will be
Tomorrow evening at Fraternity hall
Cedar Circle will give one of their pleas
ant social dances. No program will be
rendered, but tbe entire evening will be
devoted to dancing to tbe splendid music
furnished by Prof. Birgfeld.
For a few months past Nat Moore, son
of Mrs. A. B. Moore, of 3-Mile, has been
ailing with what appears to be consump
tion of the entire system. We are sorry
to learn tbat he is much worse today,
and may last but a short time. .
Last night at Hartland, Wash., David
K. Clarke, aged 52 years, an old
settler in tbat section, died of stomach
trouble with which he has been suffer
ing for the past seventeen years. He
leaves a ife and six grown children.
Before a week has elapseci tbe Oregon
Telephone line will haveyfeached Ante
lope, the workmen leaving yesterday to
stretch the wires. The last load of poles
has also been sent got to Prineville dis
trict and we can sorfn say "hello" to our
frinevuie friends.
Reports from the Athn mining dis
trict are anything but flattering, and
will probably cause some Oregonians to
wish they bad remained where the
I golden opportunities are numerous. One
man in speaking of Atlin says the peo
ple who came out from" there last fall
must have been looking through glasses
which magnified a thousand times. One
prospector who is located close to the
famous claim vibich Capt. Sperry sold
at such an enormous price, eunk a bole
seventeen feet deep and made a cleanup
of $ 2.60. In the mining regions of Ore
gon a sharp prospector can clean up sev
eral times that much by merely looking
at his claim.
Articles of incorporation were filed
yesterday by the Gold and Silver Mining
Company of Antelope. The capital
stock is $150,000, divided into shares of
1,500,000, par value ten cents each
share. The principal office will be at
Tbe Dalles, and tbe incorporators are
W. N. Wiley. R. E. Saltmarehe and
J. B. Crossen. Five mines have already
been included in tbe incorporation, and
as it will be seen tbat it is virtually a
local affair, will no doubt receive the co
operation of many and prove a success.
Although in extremely poor health,
Mrs. C. E. Haight has determined to
attempt tbe trip to her old home and
relatives in Connecticut, hoping thereby
to receive benefit, or at least to spend
her last days with her own people. Her
friends here have deeply regretted tbe
serious illness of so longstanding, which
the estimable lady has been called upon
to suffer and while they also regret part
ing with her, it is with the hope that
she may improve thereby. Mrs. Haight
desires The Chronicle to express ber
tbanks to hei many friends for kindness
shown and to say to them that while
she will be unable to receive them be
fore her departure (some time during tbe
early part of next week), a card receiver
will be placed at ber parlor door, in the
building over Pease & Mays' store, and
she will be very glad to receive tbe cards
of any who may desire to leave them.
School Superintendent Gilbert baa for
the past week been making it a point to
visit tbe schools near the city, and yes
terday made a trip on his bicycle to
Chenowetb creek. Upon returning,
when about a half mile this side of the
school house, his wheel struck a large
rock and Mr. Gilbert was thrown about
fifteen feet onto eome rocks. He was
rendered unconscious for a time, and
when he came to, found that his hip and
back were so badly bruised tbat be was
unable to assist himself. As no one
happened along the road he lay there
from 1 till 4 o'clock, when a boy appeared
on the scene, and immediately went on
to tbe school house and informed the
teacher, who procured a team and came
to his assistance. He was then brought
home and has since been confined to
his bed. Mr. Gilbert's health has not
been the best for eome time, and the ac
cident is particularly unfortunate as be
will probably be laid up for several days
at least.
Although not a large crowd, it was an
appreciative audience that listened to
the violin recital of Elmore Rice last
evening at the K. of P. hail, and ap
plause was frequent as number after
number was perfectly rendered by the
artist, for such he most be who, unaided
save by the splendid accompaniment of
Prof. Birgfeld, entertains an audience for
almost two hours. The reporter feels
wholly incompetent to criticise the work
of a violinist; but at tbe same time we
know what pleases the ear and what ap
parently held other listeiit-r "pell bound
and such was the case last night. Better
violinists have perhaps visited our city ;
but 'tis seldom we have such an artist in
our midst. Each (-election was well
chosen and many weie so sweet and
touching as to almost bring tears to the
eyes; but the effect when Mr. Rice
struck the familiar strains of "Kentucky
Home" and "Suwanee ' River" was
electrical and the encore at the close
told of the appreciation, and the au
dience was repaid by that ever-pleasing
eelection "Traumerei." Mr. Rice left
today for his home in Olympia.
Now Listen!
While I do not profess to be in opti
cian, twenty-five years practical exper
ience in fitting eyes enables me to give
better satisfaction than many of tboee
who do make such professions. I will
not try to "look wise" and bewilder you
with technical terms, but use such terms
as . far-sightedness, near-sightedness,
cataract, etc., those we can all under
stand. I will give you a comfortable fit,
at a moderate price. My glasses are the
very best tbat are mad?, and for $1 to
$51 will fit you with glasses, tbat would
cost you from $10 to $25 i' bought from
so-called professional opticians.
J. E. Adcoz. '
The practical watch maker and jeweler
at the East End Jewelry store. 'Phone
No. 345.
Our Trade Somber,
irk uhroniclk has ic preparation a
"Trade Number," which will be issued
in July. Tbe object of the work is to
present a trustworthy review of thebusi
ness interests of Tbe Dalles, and to tbat
end The Chronicle has employed the
service of Messrs. Sargent & Rohra
bacber, two able and experienced com
mercial writers, who will collect data,
prepare matter and Bolicit business for
the work.
If you wish a new hammock this year
it will pay you to buy it at A. M. Wil
liams & Co.'s.
H. L.
Kick fur Mayor Blcetlon Will be
- Held Next Moadajr.
Although not so large a number as
ehonld have been interested in onr city's
welfare and the officers to be nominated,
attended tbe mass meeting last night at
the court bouse, perhaps 200 citizens
were present for the purpose of nomi
nating officers for the ensuing year.
John Gavin was chosen as chairman
and H. H. Riddell as secretary, after
which the meeting at once proceeded to
the business for which it had been
called. As is usual, enthusiasm seemed
to be lacking and there was but one
nomination for each office, and as these
seemed to meet tbe favor of all present,
no dissenting voice was raised.
Ex-Mayor Menefee took tbe floor as
soon as nominations were in order and
in very complimentary terms nominated
H. L. Kuck for mayor of tbe city.
Mayor Nolan seconded the nomination,
and as no further nominations were
made, on motion of F. W. Wilson tbe
secretary cast the ballot for H. L. Kuck.
T. J. Seufert then nominated G. J.
Crandall, tbe present treasurer, for re
election to the office. No other nomi
nations being made on motion tbe ballot
was cast for C. J. Crandall for treasurer
of the city.
Nominations were next in order for
water commissioner at large, and John
Micbell named J. F. Moore, and a
ballot was cast in bis favor by the sec
retary. It was then arranged that a meeting
for nominating councilmen and water
commissioners be held in tbe various
wards Friday night. The meeting for
the First ward will be held in the
council room ; for tbe Second, at the cir
cuit court room and for the Third, in
tbe county court room.
We bave beard no further names
mentioned as candidates for tbe
mayoralty, and indeed, we doubt if a
better nomination could have been
made. Such an office ehouid be filled
by one who has proven his worth and
his interest in the city. Such an one is
H. L. Knck, who during his term as
councilman has been faithful in tbe few
things required of him, and deserves to
be made the rul.r over many thinge.
Especially has his ability aB a financier
of tbe city's affairs been shown to good
advantage, he haying fathered the sink
ing fund project and others of a like
nature. He has also made a success of
bis own business affairs and therefore is
the more competent to serve the city.
Mr. Crandall might also be said to
have proven a "treasure" in tbe office
he has so successfully filled and no
doubt will be re-elected.
Mr. Moore is a good man for the place
of water commissioner at large, and The
Chronicle is glad he was nominated.
We only hope that in filling tbe re
maining offices such good material will
be found as candidates for them.
Sold Ilia Employer'a Borsra.
About ten days ago Willis Hendricks,
of Dufur, with his family left for a short
t . 1 1 1 - 1 ' .
stay :n rnriiana, leaving in a piace ana
iill coi. netted therewith in charge of
Frank Collins. No pooner had his em
ployer gene than Collins proceeded to
dispose of lleniiricka' horses and ap
propriate the money. He brought a
team u.'o Ti e Dalles and sold one to
Murchie ui.d another to Lewis Porter.
He also sold several dozen egg, etc., and
bought goods for himself.
Learning of his proceedings Wilbur
Hendricks wrote to his brother and
asked if he had authorized such sales.
Being answered to the contrary, he tele
phoned to Sheriff Kelly last night at
10 o'clock and asked him to hunt up
Collins, who was in town trying to dis
pose of a fine sorrel team belonging to
his brother. Mr. Kelly at once began
his search and found him in Skibbee's
saloon under the influence of liquor.
The man protested Baying he was not the
man, but, assisted . by Mr. Thrall, tbe
sheriff started for the cohrthonse with
him. Ou the way they discovered a
Smith & Weston revolver in his pocket,
which they appropriated. Upon almost
reaching tbe courthouse he got away
from tbem, but only a short distance,
and was captured again, when he was
landed in jail, where Wilbur Hendricks
identified him later.
The sheriff-did not rest until he had
discovered who' bad the' first horses
sold, and found that one was here and
the other across the river, so they will
be returned to tbe owner.
And Jailer Fitzgerald now has a hoise
on Collins, who will have his examina
tion tomorrow.
Bouse for Rent.
; Six-room dwelling house, nicely kept
and freshly papered, in the east end of
Third street. Apply at this office. 10-3t
Casb In Hour Cneeka.
All county warrants registered prior
to July 13, 1895, will be paid at my
office. Interest ceases after April 19,
1899. C. L. Phillips,
County Treasnrer.
Mrs. B. T. Collins left this morning
for Portland in the hope of benefiting
ber health.
Mrs. C. McFarland is in the citv from
Portland, the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. W. H. Moody.
Mrs. W. H. Mansfield, formerlv of
this city, arrived last evening on tbe boat
and is visiting friends. .
Elder Clifton made a trio to Cascades
today. His health is somewhat im
proved, and he hopes to be able to fill
his pulpit Sunday.
Mrs. C. J. Stublincr returned home
last night after attending the commence
ment exercises of Holmes Business
College in Portland.
Roy Grimes, who has been a student
of Pacific University at Forest Grove re
turned home last evening to spend his
summer vacation here.
To Care m Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
t "fails to cure. 25c.
What you want is not temporary re
lief from piies but a cure to stay cured.
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles,
and they stay cured. Snipes-Kinersly
Drug Co. "
Ice cream soda
now on sale
at the
Palace of Sweets.
Trade Marks
Copyrights &c
Anyone sending a sketch and description mar
quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether aa:
invention is probably patentable. Communlc.
tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent
sent free. Oldest asrency for securtnapatents.
Patents taken tbronsh Mann St Co. receive
special notice, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 13 a
year; four months, (L Sold by all newsdealers.
MM & Co.36,Brod-- New York
Branch Office. 62S F Bt Washington. IX C
The following lines
can be found
Rubber Garden Hose,
Winchester Rifles, Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle,
Bicycle Sundries,
Barbed Wire and Nails,
Delft Enameled Ware,
Granite Ware and Tin Ware,
Builders' Hardware,
Step Ladders,
Garland Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Complete Line of Groceries,
Deep Well Pumps,
Cleveland acd Crawford Bicycles.
We buy our
positively not be
goods right and will
undersold by any one.
s Benton
Wasco Warehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of ail kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain ot ?n kinds
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kinds.
Headquarters for Bran, Shorts, of MILL. FEED
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle-
4--v-r- TT'lonT' This Flour is manufactured expressly for family
tJ IX -- 1U IAA Qae : every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
We eeli our goods lower than any bonse in the trade, and if you don't think so
call and get cur prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats.
f mn. SEE OUR j
Automatic Blue
Opera House
Orion Kinersly, Manager.
Wednesday and Thursday,
JUNE 21 and 22.
Given by tbe ladies of Tbe
Dalles for tbe benefit of tbe
Public Library.
New Specialties,
New Jokes,
New Songs,
Fine Dancing.
A grand cast of
Kverjr Performer an Artlat.
Reserved Seats. - . 75 cents
General Admission, - SO cents
Eacli day our business shows
the people are finding out we
are pushing to tbe front with
better goods, lower prices,
salespeople the very best, and
last, but not least, buyers who
know their business and buy
for the people.
C. F. Stephens
Second Street.
Flame Oil Stove.