The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, December 12, 1901, Image 1

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NO. 254
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The Kind Tow Have Always Bought, and which has been
iu we iur over au years, him hnrno im.oH.u. p
ana nas been made under bis per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow Tin MIA Aa tl Anal va WMl In
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
XSxperimants that trifle with and endanger the health of
infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narootio
mbstanee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm
and allays Feverisbness. It euros Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, euros 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.
Bears the Signati
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years!
Owners of the Fulton Now Tryiog to
Raise Her Craft Sank in Fifteen
Feet of Water.
New Yokk, Dec. 11. -Efforts-are being
made to raise the submarine boat Fulton,
jf the Holland Torpedo Boat Company,
which it was intended to tend to Wash
ington on Friday, for experimental teste,
bat which sank recently at ber pier at
New Suffolk, L. I., through an accident.
The boat went down almost at the same
spot where she underwent her fifteen
hours' test under water about two weeks
The accident happened whiie her com
mander, Captain - Cable, was in New
York, on account of the illness of bis
his wife. In order to repair an exhaust
valve the crew raiaed the stern of tbe
Fulton under a ''derrick in the air. One
of the forward batches had been left
open, and as the stern was raised and
the bow submerged the craft titled with
water. By tbe lime the stern was
lowered the boat sank in about fifteen
feet of water. It is expected that within
twenty-four hours tbe boat will again be
. At tbe offices of Isaac L. Rice, presi
dent of the company, it is stated that in
view of the fact that the work of refloat
qk the boat baa been began to toon, it
U thought that the damage from salt
ter to the delicate Iron ami steal
mscbinery will not amount to anything,
owing to the abort duration of tbe
exposure of the machinery to tbe water.
A force of twecy men will bo put to
work on tbe Fuiton to clean and oil ber
parts as soon as she is afloat and put her
in shape for ber sea trip to Washington,
in company with a convoy of tbe ooni
Pny's vessels.
In tbe event of any part of the Fulton
btvinu been irreparably damaged, tbe
company will use a duplicate part from
jta Adder, ber sister ship, now being
wilt for the government. Her electric
Wtery, with which she is propelled,
111 probaby have to bo replaced. As
n as Captain Cable reaoheo Mew
tuffulk it will probably be known bow
booi the boat will be able to go to
University of Washington Student
Perished in Seattle, With His Wife
and Babe by His Side.
Seattle-, Wash., Dec. 10. Without a
friend at his bedside save bis faithful
wife and innocent babe, wilbont covering
enough to keep warm the blood freezing
in his veins, without the direst necessi
ties of life, Ernest Demond, a university
student, died in this city a few days ago.
His wife, too proud to ask for help from
her friends, watched her husband waste
away until finally, fearing that death
might claim her loved one, she gave tbe
alarm to the neighbors. It was too late,
however, to save the dying man, and
when a physician was called be knew at
a glance that death had won victory,
liis wife, frenaled witb aiief, and tbe 2
year old babe, were takeo in charge by
friends. University students buried tbe
man whom many knew only as a passing
Born in one of tbe eastern states,
Ernest Demond came five years ago with
his relatives to eastern Washington.
There he resided for aoiue time, engaged
in teaching and other occupations. His
brothers and sisters alto obtained em
ployment there, his oldest brother being
at tbia time a teacher in tbe Dayton
schools. Erreet met a beautiful yonng
woman, with whom he fell in love. They
married. Then came his desire to obtain
an education, tie matriculated at the
state univertliy in the fall of 1888. For
a time the couple lived over a store at
titona, while both took work at the
university. This lasted until the money
was exhausted. A baby was born.
Doctor hills and druggist bills came. The
young man manfully struggled to keep
out of debt and still keep op bis work.
His quiet unobstruaive waya wade
him disliked by a certa-.o class at tbe
college, sou one night in a class rush a
gang of preper.woy students caught
him, clipped his hair abort on one aide
and than abused him. He took it in
good part, bat the:r aotloo grieved him.
He continued hie life of toil, working
Our advertisements are accepted literally, because they are written
literally. They're tho photographer's sensitive platepicturing what is
before them as it is.
Compare our claims and offerings and vou'U fliul thov tally cxactlv.
What need have we for exaggeration?
Suits and Overcoats
wltK no exception
If you haven't fitted yourself out yet now is the right time to buv.
There's nothing to be gained by waiting for each succeeding day will see
less and lees clothing to choose from. Such prions quoted in December
are appreciated by clothing buyers, as tho attendance at this sale testifies.
Our entire stock of Men'a Suits is divided into five lots. Each lot is
piled separately, and each se;arat3 lot sells at a uniform price. For
instance :
$ 8.45
is the price of the first lot in which you will find all
our $10, $12 and $12.50 suits.
is the price of the second lot including all our $13.50,
$13.75, $U and $15 suits.
is the next. In this lot are all our $15.50, $10.50, $17.50,
$18 and $18.75 suits.
is the price put on the fourth lot in which are the not
biest, best made $19, $20, $21, $22.50 and $24 suits you
ever saw.
at this price we are selling any $25, $27.50 ami $30 suit
in stock.
Das fassa as
paj bh . . jaw soil
A Remarkable Condition of Affairs). When You Consider the Time of the Year.
All Lines of Boys', YoutKs' and Children's Suits and Overcoats Reduced.
in Doll
9'doaen 15-inch
kid body dolls,
worth 75c each,
50 c
These are the
J. D. Keatner
Dolle of
Just received an
invoice of good heavy
reversible Rugs in
beautiful design and
Sise 31x62 inches,
chief! for the
Handkerchiefs of many
kinds eonv especially
suitable for gift.
Our line of fine linen
Handkerchiefs with nar
row hemstitched edges
and beautifully emb. bor
ders would please tbe
most exacting. $3.60, $3,
$1.00, $1 and on down
the list to the So kinda.
Men our pure linen hem
stitched handkerchief
men's and ladies' at
for a quarter.
during the day and studying at night,
until tbe strain became too great and a
ckness ensued which reenlted in bis
death. Too late did his fellow students
realize tbe courage, ambition and bigb
purpose of bis life. The faculty and
students are now atirred up over bia
death and are raising a fund known as
the Demond fund to be invested as
agreed upon by tbe widow and a faculty
Attractive Woman.
All women sensibly desire to be at
tractive. Beauty is tbe stamp of health
because it is tbe onlward manifestation
of inner purity. A bealtby woman is
always attractive, bright and happy.
When every drop of blood in t he veins is
pore a beauteous flush is on tbe cbeek.
But when tbe blood is impure, morose
ness, bad temper and a sallow complex
ion telle tbe tale of aickness all to plain
ly. And women today know there is no
baanty witbont health. Wine of Oardoi
crowns women witb beauty and attrac
tiveness by making strong and healthy
iiinu omnt which make her a woman.
Try Wine of Cord nl, and in a tnootf4
your friends will hardly knew yon.
When your hair appears dry and to
have lost Us vitality it wants something
to give it life and vigor. We have what
tbe hair needa when it gets In that con
dition. We have the Crown of
Science Hair CmgS Grower an d
Coooaout Cream Tonic. They
will core daod WKm ruff Mid all
acalp disaasea. For tale at Fraaer's bar
ber abop. Price 80c and 76c a bottle.
Yon taw tboee too portrait frame at
tbe carnival T They are going verv laat ;
tbe supply to limited, aad your picture
in one of thorn it Jest tbe thing for
Christines. Qiffoid. nl
A Hint....
buy her a
nice osy pair
of Louie shoes.
Nothing really
more appreciated.
Ladles' fel:, fur trimmed Jnliets,
in red, wine, black and
brown. SI.50
Misses', red and brown. . .01.93
Children's sizes at I.OO
A. M. Williams & Co.
Sexton & Walther
Hardware, Iron
and Steel
A full line of BRIDGE A BEACH
Cook and Heating stove.
FARMING IMPI.KMKN lH. ttns for Hoosler Drills, J. I. Case Steal Faraa
Harrows aud Plows. Hprin 'to Marrows, Bissell Chilled P.ows, Mitchell Wag
ons and Hacks, Herniary ISiiU.
Um'i ate it la.
Just wet the aSeeied part freely witb
M vsterious Paia Core, a Sootob remedy.
aud the pain la gone. Sold by Clarke A
M.tufl.e roii..
are tbe beat advertisers for Foley's
Honev and Tar and all who use it agree
that ft is a splendid remedy for coughs,
or ease lungs. Clarke A Flk .
Giflcwd s Fotoe Never Psd
...Star Windmills...
With Bail and Roller bearings, and folly warranted.
Write os for price and dialogues.
All order entrusted to us ear a i A have prompt attention.
Price always right.
Tbe only Exclusive Hardware Store la ibe ity.
Lyon s French Periodical Drops
Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmless, ear to aceoeiastolt
DGSlvlBO RAIULTsV Greatest known lamaie remedy.
f of Mia If Sat. C, MtJbfitf. Tba Daliea, Or.