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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1901)
Suits . .
If you ever expect to wear
any more clothes you can't j
afford to stay away.
Handsome strict' all-wool
suits in cheviot and cassi
mere fabrics, lined with best
quality Italian cloth and
serge, good values at $8.50
and $10; our Thanksgiving
Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Suspenders and Gloves
of the Finest Make.
oo Raimj Bays.
Every ladjT ought to have a
pair of rainy-day bocts. Very
sensible idea and not expen
sive. Our box calf, foxed box-kid
top, heavy sole, extension
edge, high cut boot is the
thing cut to tit the limb as
well as the foot. Every lady
should value her health suffi
ciently to protect her feet with
We aro showing some surprising
values in plain and twill Flannel
Waists just received.
three BIG values
They come in Five different Shades.
k - Tt a a W
for i namtMjiviDg
Cape Cod Cranberries 10c per qt.
Fancy Mixed Candy. 12o per n
London Layer Kaisi ns 12 " "
Fancy Persian Dates 8Je " "
Fancy California Figs 8,c " "
I pound bricks
Soft Shell Almonds Mc " "
English Walnuts 12 Jo "
Fresh Roasted Peanuts. 12c "
Large Polished Pecans .lllfc " "
Filberts 15c " "
Plum Pudding, la 20e per can
Plum Pudding, 2s 40o "
Q our prioes on Applet,
Bananas and Oranges.
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The Dalles Daily ffltfooiete.
NOV. 27. 1901
1 At Andrew Keller's.
All mo ooantr mmu ei tared
prior to January . lgOS. flu ba pMd
an pcaajmtatlon m ,. Ineres
A. M. Williams & Co.'a store will be
Toke Point oysters at Jones' Cafe.
Cooked in any style. n27
Pease Mays will be open nntil 10 a,
m. Thanksgiving morning.
Watoh for Peace a Maya' special for
Saturday. It will be a hnmmer.
Tomorrow being Thanksgiving no
paper will be issued from this office.
The New York Cash Store will be
closed all day tomorrow Thanksgiving
A marriage license was iasned today to
G. H. Howell, of Wasco, and Myrtle May
Paugh, of Hood River.
Choice waistings in a variety of hand
a une patterns on special sale at A. M.
Williams & Co.'e this week. , See their
Yon will miss mother's cooking to
morrow unless yon eat at the New York
Ristaurant, where a delicious dinner is
The Thanksgiving party to be given
by the young ladiee for the benefit of
The Dalles football club will commence
promptly at 0 o'clock.
Louis Sando, of Mill Creek, who has
been for a long time a sufferer from
disease of the liver, is said to be near inf
ills end without any hop of recovery.
All copy (or the New Year edition of
Tub Chromiou mat be ready by the
latter part of this weak. Don't overlook
this fact, bat prepare your copy at once.
Cards of Invitation an oat for the an
nual memorial services of Cascade
Lodge, 308, B. P. O. Elks, to be held in
the lodge room, Vagi block, next San
day at 8 o'clock p. m.
Tempi Lodge, No. I, A. 0- IT. W..
will give a stag social in the K. of P.
ball TLowaav avaaiug, December 6th.
Lieal and vWHtlna members are invited
to be present in fall foree.
J.H. Ha4. oj bo OalUoraia Chop
House was more than pleased today to
learn that hi father and
the keen faasa nfcnl and mai
arrive teeaeeeae. They ass secnenasrlcl
by Mr. H awn's little daughter who baa
been living with her grandparents since
the death of her mother. Mr. Hawa
has bad a furnished bouse awaiting his
parents and child for the past three
It is atated that "The Absent-Minded
Beggar," by Radyrd Kipling, has re
alized in various ways about (485,000
for the families of the British aok'iera
who have fought in Sooth Africa, or
somewhat more than $10,000 for each
line. -Decern her Ladies' Home Journal.
Yesterday tbe marshal found on the
street in a state of meudling in tOwication
a young fellow who gave bis name as
George Dean. Whan brought to the
calaboose Dean was fonnd to have (110
on his person. Tbia morning he waa
fined $3 and given back (107 when be
took the first train for Portland.
Silver is now selling at tbe ljwest
price which it has reached in uiauy
years. Trading closed Saturday in New
York with stiver selling at 66) cento.
That was a decline of a quarter of a oeat
during the week, and it was a decline of
6.8 cents, or practically ten per cent in
the price of the metal since tbe first of
J. A. Heoabaw, of the Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society, came up last night
from Portland with two boys, for whom
be has secured homes, one with F. M.
Warner, of Five Mile, and tbe other
with Mrs. M. D. Wheeler, of Wamic.
Mr, Renshaw will remain here till after
Thanksgiving and woeive any donations
that may be given htm for the society.
Mrs. Ida Hemb'eu, of Pendleton, dep
uty supreme orac'n of tbe Royal Neigh
bore of America, the ladies' auxiliary of
the Modern Wooden, arrived in tbe city
this morning and will organic a camp
of the order in the K. of P. ball next
Tuesday evening, December 3d. ail
Modern Woodmen and their lady rela
tives are requested to be present at 7 :80
No new cases of diphtheria have been
reported for tbe past two days. Tbe
health officer this morning took down
tbe green fUg from tbe residences of
Messrs. Patterson and Dawson. A boot
fifteen houses remain under quarantine.
and from none of tbem has any tertous
case been reported. The prospect sow
is that witb tte radical change of wea
ther of the last few days the town will
soon be rid of the pest.
The Mamie Helen Flynn Musical and
Literary Recital will be given in the
Vogt Thursday. Dec. 5th, and promisee
to be the event of tbe season. Mis
Visas has appeared before critic! aadi
essea and baa met with the highest
approbation and criticisms from tbe
laadiMjjnraala of the Weei. Her la-
ftaffwstawja and exeewtiea of tbe aaoat
sUftaaJielass'oal music and bar Shakes
pearean readings have won for ber aa
ea viable piasa aaaoa yoaog artiste.
Mas who have teat rstornad to Prise
Vilte from tbe aooharo iyt oi Cm
Spring Indiana camped at various water
ing planes on the "desert," and that
they ace slaying deer by the score. One
band of 100 are camped at Button
Springe, tbe half-way station between
Silver Lake and Priaevilla. The snow
In the mouatatea hMfetam tbe deer to
tbe lower bilk fed decaf oaontry, and
it is little at aa tcaajbte to locate large
A charmiag vpaea matron o this elty,
whose natas oaaH bf stationed for
tbe world, entered Gumbert's cigar
store the other afternoon to buy a mage
cine or something. White waiting for
her purchase to be done up abe admir
ingly placed ber band on the handsome
nickel-plated cigar cutter and, not know
ing what the little beveled holes in It
were ueed for, inserted finger in one of
them, when, presto 1 tbe top was cut off
tt in lees than a wink. If you know a
young matron who carries ber dexter
Anger in a sling please sak no questions.
You may tempt ber to say she cut it
While peeling potatoes for hubby's din
ner. Wallace Wilson, of tbe Baldwin res
taurant, waa herd up teat night by three
thugs and robbed of (2.10, all the money
be had on bis person. The robbery waa
committed in the yard back of tbe stock
men's saloon on First etreet. Mr. Wil
ton waa returning to the restaurant from
a hoase across thai alley from tbe saloon
gad, to avoid tbe mod in the alley, in
tended to pass through the saloon to
Firat etreet. He carried a heavy tray
on his right hand which was elevated to
a level witb bis bead. It waa dark, and
just as be entered tbe open gate of tbe
little yard a man grabbed bis left arm
and another bis right, holding tbem
like a vise, while a third went through
his pockets. The only money Mr. Wil
son bad on bim waa in a email, cheap
puree. This they took out, and placing
the empty puree la Mr. Wilson's band,
without tbe utterance of a word, van
ished into the night. It was too dark
for Mr. Wilson to get any recognition of
bis assailants that would aid in their
identification. All that Mr. Wilson
knows of their appearance was that one
of tbem wore some kind of a yellow coat.
Thank.givlotT Day, Soveaaber tSlb,
At Jonea' Cafe,
aod Court streets
Price 60 cents.
corner of Second
Dinner from It to t.
Oysters on tba Half Shell.
Cream of Chicken Soup.
Roast Turkey, cranberry sauce.
Poaapkin Pi. Mince Pig.
Horn Pnddia, brandy aua
I Casern- Cake-
Clifford' Fotoe Merer 74.
A case of alleged cruelty to children
baa been under the oonsidera,tlon of
Mayor Fartej and 4g iiiw to
three or four days, and Tas Chbonh lc
waa caked to say nothing about it aatil
tha Jcts were ascertained. These, as
discovered finally yeetardaj, wer to
pact aa foUeva : The parties complained
of Uva In tba thinly-settled part of tba
cltjr, on tbe hill sooth of Judge Bennett's
refjsance. Thalamic coaajite of bag
bd and wife ad two bo, aged & tod
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and Is said to be an industrionc men.
The woman ie hie second wife end the
step-mother of tbe children. It bag
bean fully ascertained that for a consid
erable time tba children have been
treated with brutal cruelty. Their
teacher in tbe public schools noticed
that their faces and bands were usually
covered with bruises, cuts and bleeding
On the teacher's complaint a personal
examination of the children was made
yesterday by Dr. Doane, at the request
of Professor Landers. When their f canty
clothing was stripped off their little,
wizened bodies tbe elder boy, especially,
was fonnd covered with thick welts and
cute similar to those on tbe x posed
parte of their beads end necks. Tbe
mother accounted for the wooodc by
saying that tbe boys had fallen off a
fence. The father, however, owned that
tbe children bad been beaten, but ac-
! coeed the brutality on tLe ground that
they warn ungovernable.
It was fonnd that tbe cbildrea were
in tbe habit of complaining to their
achool mates that they didn't get enough
to eat, and once, If not oftener, their
companions made up a little puree aod
bought tbem applee ct C. L. Phillips'
store. Yesterday tba poor things were
acta eating raw potatoes that they bad
picked op somewhere on the street.
Too poor things have the shriveled,
old-maoiah lank of children that are
Whan tba father waa confronted witb
the brutality of himself and his inhu
man wile and threatened witb punish
ment be promised that If let alone the
children would have better treatment
for tba f otnre. The authorities were dis
posed to five tbe brutes another trial,
bat after tba probation waa half deter
mlaed oo it was learned tbroogh aa
agent of tbe Boya' and Olrlc' Aid Soci
ety that tba con pie were arretted fa
Baker City about last August, charged
with aimllar brutality to two elder chil
dren. Tbe cbllJren were promptly
taken froaa tbeat aad committed to the
aaatety sad bava staea beea placed la
What wrll be dose with those ear
say 1jT Xbei Taa Gaaacicia
no , bat U im tap that segjsMr
vows before High Heaven that before
atooa eaate bte syciide toaighl. ha will
$9Ht Owtt tesVw) aVPQPQfJT sPGeVlwa1 10 w69t
f the little oaas taken from their laha-
...Tbe New York Cash Store...
IS8 end 12 8oond Street.
Tto 94H0r4IN STORE of the City.
W m ws scmnL sins
We have just received our complete fall line of
Boys' and Youth's Clothing, and are offering them at
unusually low prices. Now is the time to fit out your
boy for school. Don't make your purchases without
seeing our line. We will Mure you money.
Don't wait until the nobbiest and neatest patterns are
sold, hut com in at once.
Every SUIT Guaranteed.
The Mow York Cash Store
.Tbe Chilly Air-
suggests Oyereoals, while tbe a rue of The Nub ClotHlngJ
Ce., .ogg arts economy. If someone should slip $ft In yoar pocket yon
would couilder it a frleodly aet. This ic what wa are positively doing
to every map wbo boye his suit or overcoat from ue.
Men's allwool Suits in casaimexe, chaviot, worst
od and serges, varying from $4.50 to $20.0.
Overcoats from 4 .85 to $10.50.
Ulsters from 5.95 to $17.50.
Mat! Net! Natal
10 d on Men's New Style Vedorae la either Meek or brown; cold ;ha
regular way from 11.26 to $1.76 Tba HUB price 9Je
We still have all a'xss left is that special Wool Fleeced Underwear,
worth $1 60 colt ; Hewember Tba HV0 artea Je
The ttub Clothing Co.,
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