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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1901)
THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1901.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which kM
in on fbr over SO yearn, has borne the
made under Ms
Allow no one to deeetre :
All Counterfeit, Imitations and " Jnst-as-:
Experlmante that trifle with and endanger the health
Infants and Children Experience against
What Is CASTORIA
CastoriA is a harmless substitute fbr Castor OH, Fare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narootlo
anbfrtanee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm -and
allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind Ida Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Vessels Get Preference in
Contracts Bill Fixes the
Rate to Be Paid.
Washington, Dec. 9. Senator Frye
today introduced the new ship snbeidy
bill. It differs in form from the subs'dy
bill of the past two sessions. It is
divided into fonr titles and fifteen
sections The sections under the title
"Ocean Mall Steamships" are dtv -ted
to amendments to the ocean mall act of
1891. The poattnater-geueral is required
to consider tbe National defense and the
maritime interests of tbe United States
as well as postal interests in providing
fir the transportation of American malls.
The present limit of ocean mall contracts,
ten years, is inoreased to fifteen years.
The Frye bill provides eevec distinct
clseses with a rate of $6 to SO knot steam
ers, increasing from 8000 to 10,000 tons
the minimum else; $8 for 16 knot
steamers, provided tbe sise is increased
from 6000. the present miniuum ton
nage, to 8000 tone. The proposed maxi
mum mail rate per gross ton per I. nndred
nautical miles are: Over 10,000 tecs.
20 knots, 3 7 cents; Unknots, 2.6 cent.
Over 6000 tons, 18 knots, 2.3 cm.; 17
knots, 2.1 cents; 16 knots, 1.9 cants; 18
koots, 1.7 cants. Over 2000 tea-, 14
knots, 1.8 cants. Bates for mail steamers
to tbe West Indies, Central America and
Mexico cannot exceed 70 per sent of the
The seoond title, "Gtoeral Subsidy."
contains the general subsidy for all
vessels, steam or sail, which are not
nnder mail contracts. This general sob
idy is uniform, 1 cant par gross ton par
100 naoiiaal miles far nut. eaaendlag
sixteen entries In one year. To promote
the bulldinx of new ocean vessels aa ad
ditional allowance of one-fcurth of a
cjuaper gross too is made f ur five yaora.
Adv vases), to taaetva tin general eoa-
idr. mnataaerv mails if riQUlred, and
must train 1n eaasaanahipor engineering
one American voath far eaeb 1000 toes
the weasel tastatslia aerate, at the
crew must be Amerirans.
Tbe bill provides an annual bounty of
$2 a ton for deep-sea fishing vessels, and
of $1 a month fur American citizens who
engage in deep-sea fisheries; that a
vessel shall receive only one form of
subsidy, and that a vessel which bas
received a subsidy shall not be Bold to a
foreigner, except by consent of the secre
tary of tbe treasury.
Tbe bill does not provide American
registry to foreign ships owned by
He rruposas Joint AuWod.
Washington, Dec. 9. Mr. Hoar,
(Mass.), presented a pint resolution in
tbe senate today aotboriz ng the presi
dent to enter into negotiations wttb
civilised nations for tbe purpose of
deciding on effective puuishment of
persons attempting tbe lives of the oblel
A resolution appropriating 75,OO0 for
tbe transportation and installation of a
government exhibit at tbe Charlesto n
Exposition was passed.
Mr. McLaarin S. C), made a apercS
in tbe senate today denning his position
in South Carolina, and discussing the
campaign in that atate as well as his
position regarding federal patronage in
Sooth Carolina, and his relationship
with it. He said tbe campaign against
him bas been one of oaJumn. vitupera
tion and misrepreeentatlon. As to tbe
appointments In tbe atate be sought to
hA democrats appointed, end wbere
this could not be accomplished be tried
to have suob republicans selected as
would give satisfaction to tbe people.
He did not want tbe crime of burning a
postmaster repeated in his state.
a i tr the. usoa orel.mutery bosinees,
hih Included tbe praeeotation of
numerous petitions, memorials, bills and
joint resolutions. Mr. Galllnger, of New
Hampshire , asked for a repnoi oi sn
document relating to ecclesiastical hold
tags in the Philippines. Ha said there
waa a great pabjle demeni tor tins
publication. The reprint was ordered.
Only twelve more shopping days till Christmas. Only about a week more in which you will be allowed to
shop comfortably after that come the rush days. Wouldn't you much rather do your holiday shopping now this
week and avoid the crowds? We are all ready for you . . . and extend a hearty welcome.
All MEN'S. YOUTHS' BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
Suits, Overcoats mi Ulsters,
WitKout reserve at VatrCal IVCUUWUUI19
Men's Suits and Overcoats in fancy and staple Cassimeres, Cheviots,
Worsteds including blues and blacks round-cut, square-cut and double-breasted
i. ii JVwvXa iii oivoa in, fit- anvltrvtv nnri AVwrvlmfh. Thn pnlahmtrMi Pick-
SUL KS, US Well a iivrvn.o in oiavo w ' j -
wick Clothing goes with the other. We intend to do the greatest December Clothing
Business in the history of this store and if good clothing, offered right in season at
greatly reduced prices is any inducement, we will do it.
All Suits and Overcoats worth $10, $12, $12.50, reduced to uniform price of. $8.45
Y All Suits and Overcoats worth $13.50, $13.75, $14 and $15, reduced to the uni-
form price of $10.65
l WV . J " 4 .U 1Pr,rt 17 Kft aiR tlHUIaiwI ll7S
All ollllS Unit vjvcrcuaiB wvnui giv.v, pu.t', jp vv' .v...,
reduced to the uniform price of $13.85
All Suits and Overcoats worth $19, $20, $21, $22.50 and $24, reduced to the
uniform price of $16.85
All Suits and Overcoats worth $25, $27.50, $30, reduced to uniform price of . 21.85
ALrL ALTERATIONS Charged EXTRA During SALE.
This will be good news to the man
who has denied himself the comfort
of a good, oosy overcoat probably
because he considered the good kinds
beyond his means, and would not
wear a cheap coat.
This sale levels the difference a good
coat may be had for the former price
of a poor one.
$8.45 buys any $10, $12 and $12.50
$10.65 buys any $18.50, $13.78, $14
and $18 coat.
18.85 buys any $15.50, $16.50, $17.60,
$18, $18.50 and $18.75 coat.
$18.85 boys any $10, $20. $21, $22
and $24 coat.
$21.85 buys any $26, $27.50 and $30
All bovs and young men's Over
coats ai like reductions.
Boys' Suits and Reefer Coats.
Also Youths' Suits, at EXTRA
$2 and $2.50 Suits and Reefer
Coats $1 SO
$3 and $8.80 Suite and Reefer
Coats 2 08
$4 and $4.50 Suits and Reefer
Coats 8 88
$5 and $8.50 Suite and Reefer
Coate 4 16
$6 and $0.50 Suite and Reefer
Coots 6 16
$7, $7.50 and $8 Suite and
Keofcr Coats 5 90
$8.00, $9 and $10 Suits 7 85
$12, $12.50, 18.50 and $13.75
Knits 0 88
$11 and $15 Suite 11 88
This applies to our entire stock of
theee xoods not to a few specially
An excellent opportunity for peo
ple to mako their mas selections.
A. M. WILLIAMS a CO.
Head-End Collision of Two Freights
Near North Yakima Engineer god
at SMwIt f .
D. p. Mitchell, Falford. aU. : "During
in ill I was troubled with tea
Ig res, was advleed totey BcWttf'e Witch
H...1 Salve and did
.tt.. I wee nerfcatlf eared. It le
the bast anise aa tbe
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a aswg r. m
Noetb Yakima, Dee. 0.-A beed-ead
collision between aa extra east-bound
riht .ad No. 64 frelabt. two miles
north of here, on tbe Northern Pacific,
at midnight, last night, resulted In tbe
death of two trainmen and tbe injury oi
several others. The killed are Engineer
Cooper and fireman, name unknown.
The injured are : Brakemau J.J. Peters,
rat au acted and iateraally injured ;
Fireman B. B. Stott, leg broken and loot
eroebed ; Braktmaa W. T. D'Arcy, bead
aod Um scalded; Coadoctor Joseph
Chare, heal eat aad toilded; Fireman
Alfred Sob tuneo, braised aad elded.
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daaUOj Ol. Acord pg to the orders
the UaIbc ow upposd 10 pass a
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air Ala stood on the swag, aoov
tt was Mo. 54, tbe extra
ortb Yakima. The
a sharp carve, aad
ear too other aatU
buy her a
nice cosy pair
of bouse shoss.
got iramaat tf rocjateed far a una.
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alas A-l, aad at least one-too of too J
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Ladles' fei;, for trimmed Juliets,
io red, elae, black aad
Misses', red and brown. . 6)1.35
Children's sisss at 1.00
I. M. Williams 4 Co.
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Harr... Pl.w. SprlMtr Wi. Hsirows, Blssell Chilled Plowi, MiteaaUWagr
ous snd Hacks, llrube Bogalar.
With Ball and R dar bearings, aad fall- warranted.
Write oa for prices aod catalogs.
All order eatrasf ed t a vili has prompt attention.
Prices always right.
The only Exeieelre Hardware Stare la the elty.
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