The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, December 16, 1901, Image 4

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    The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
A coal pas explosion cannot occur
until there are six parts of pas in
every 100 of the air in the room; but
four per cent, of coal pat will cause
The meteorite which fell at Porto
Alere. llrnil. has now been measured
and the results are most astonishing.
Tl measures .1 feet from the base and
is Sr. feet high.
The manufacture of carbon for use
in electric lighting and for other pur
poses has grown to be a great indus
try in the West Virginia gas belt. The
processes require great heat.
Lyman B. (JoiT, a manufacturer of
Pawtucket, K. I., has organized a
"Hoys' Club" which has a nightly at
tendance of 300, and he has deoided to
provide it with permanent quarters
at a cost of $72,000.
A process for rerolling steel rails
has been in usage in the United States
ior several years. Worn-out rails are
reheated and rerolled, and are stated
to be superior for wear in that form
to the rails when first made. The in
ch strv has grown rapidly.
In Russia oil holds absolute sway.
And from Baku to Nishni Novgorod
petroleum finds favor 00 railways and
steamships alike. For 2,000 miles
nlong the Volga boata ply from north
to south propelhjj by means of oil, of
which 8,000,000 tons is used in Russia
In the operation of dredging navi
gable channels at the mouth of the
Moruya and Shoalhaven rivers, in New
South Wales, it was discovered that
the mud contained gold dust. An au
tomatic gold saver was then attached
to the dumping machinery, and it is
estimated that enough gold will thus
te obtained to defray the expenses of
keeping the channels open.
According to 1'rof. Spalding, the
white pine tree seldom attains a height
greater than 160 feet or a diameter of
more than 40 inches. A tree of this
variety once measured by the division
of forestry of the department of agri
culture was 170 feet tall and 48 inches
thick. That tre.- was 4H0 years old.
It was a little sapling 60 years before
Columbus sailed from I'alos. ,
Color Schemes Unknown In th Floral
World Produced ly the Ilea
Of Chemicals.
The chemical expert has by no means
a monopoly of pretty experiments
evolving marvelous color schemes
hitherto unknown in the floral world.
One artist suggests a simple and in
teresting experiment which is espe
cially successful with pausies, and
which a child' may easily perform.
A saucer, a little ammonia, a flower
or two, and a glass tumbler are all the
implements needed Co enable one to
present a bunch of exquisite green
pan lias to the uninitiated. Such a gift
is sure to awaken much enthusiasm
and test the ability of the recipient to
take a joke, says a New York ex
change. The viola tribe is easily influenced
by the application of chemicals to the
soil or by atmospheric conditions, and
hence is particularly susceptible to the
fumes of ammonia. A little of the
liquid poured into a saucer, with a
bit of paper laid over it, on which to
rest the tiowers, acts very quickly on
the chlorophyll, or coloring matter,
when the fumes the confined by a
tumbler. The reason is this: Chloro
phyll is in its nature acid. The fumes
of ammonia, jii the other hand, are
alkaline, an excels of which first neu
tralizes the acid present in the fresh
Bower, and then changes it to an alka
li. The effect of the alkali varies, of
course, according to the predominat
ing color of the subject.
Kepeated experiments showa marked
tendency toward green, simply be
cause purple and blue are standard
colors among violas and are thus af
fected. A few interesting color changes
are: Shaded purple with white edge
is converted into green, with blue vein
ings and yellow border; maroon
striped, dark green and blue; pale blue
becomes pale green; white always
takes on a yellow tint, and a pretty
cerise comes out in vivid blue. Yellow
is unaffected.
Sweet teas are also fertile subjects,
and pung.-iU fumes develop the unex
pected with a rapidity that an expert
hybridizer might envy. Some wonder
ful symphonies in green are evolved
from pink and lavender creations.
Ammonia cannot be said to improve
nasturtiums, but surely produces cu
rious freaks. Yellow blotched red be
comes yellow blotched bronze green,
und a purely flame red a spotted dark
There is, of course, DO permanency in
colors thus enforced. The most won
derful symphonies will hold their own
for a time, but if placed in water in
the open air they will return to nor
mal coloring in a few hours.
JiiltMe Uoveriiutent frayuiM
Aswanl UtftS itu Marry Vol-
Muidentt of Japan who succeed in
interesting .Young Japanese atudeute
long enough to induce them to get
.r.nrried will be rewarded in the near
future with matrimonial dowries by
the mikado's government if the plans
of leading Japanese statesmen prove
as successful as expected, according
to Secretary Yomnm, of the Japan
esc consulate in Chicago, reports the
( nromcle.
What led the secretary to make the
announcement as to the prospective
husband bounty bill was the pub
lished account of the lecture in which
1'rof. Starr, of the University of Chi
cago, made the sensationa1 state
ment before his class: in anthropoid
og that the marvelous advance of
the Japanese in the learning and civ
ilization of the western countries had
proved too rapid ami was making
them the victims of an epidemic of
brain fever that threatened their ex
tinction as a nation.
"Statistics show that students in
Japan arc affected more by eye trou
bles from overstudy than by brain
fever," said Secretary Yomma. "It is
true that our young men are very
studious, but our young women are
not expected to be scholars. They
are encouraged in the cultivation of
feminine graces and charms, and it is
becoming a fad with some of our
statesmen to advocate a liberal mar
riage bounty for the maiden who
proves herself sufficient ly fascinating
to cause a young man at college to
forsake his books long enough to get
L ay ay L ay ay ay y ay jus. y ay
Pictures enlarged at the Wilson photo
graph gallery, dec- 1 in
Clark & Falk are never closed Sunday,
Don't forget thi.
Clarke & Falk have on sale a full line
of paint and artist's bruehet-.
Go to the Wileon gallery for excellent
photos at reasonable prices. dec4-lm
If you can't come during the week,
j yon can have a sitting Sunday by seeing
! Gifford.
Floral lotion will care wind chapping
ann sunDurn. manufactured by Came
& z ais.
For U-?nt A furnished cottage of four
rooms on West Sixth and Lincoln streets
Apply on the premises. d!2-lw
The prices on ladies' and children's
knit eoods are surprisingly low at the
JNew lork Uaeb Store. d!3tf
enrmmas win eoon ue nere and you
haven't bad that negative made yet.
see Uittord right away quick. nl9
Children s knit leggins, mittens and
trquos a tull line at lowest prices at
ttie .New lork lash Store. d!3tf
If anything ails your hair, go and aee
Frazer; he's the headquarters for all
hair remedies. Remember that he
makes a specialty of these goods. tf
Have you seen those knit goods at the
New York Cash Store? Fascinators,
ice-wools, circular shawls, mitlene and
l skirts. dl3tf
Those artists' proofs. My 1 but they
are fine! One dozen will make just
twelve line Christmas presents. Gifford
is the man that makes them. nl9
Clark and Falk have just received a
full line of fresh Veloz papers and de
veloped, the same as i.jed by Mr. Lovick
in his recent demonstration at our store.
The Elite barber shop is running four
i chairs thus ensuring patrons a speedy
i and satisfactory service. All toote
I sterilized and only eteam laundried
; towels used. nl8 lm
Christmas sale of millinery at the
Campbell & Wilson millinery palore.
i One-third off regular price of entire
j stock. Sale will continue until first of
I January. 25n-ti
I Why pay $1.75 per gallon for inferior
paints when you can buy James E.
Patton'e sun proof paints tor $1.50 per
gallon, guaranteed for 5 years. Clark A
Falk, agents. ml
You saw those fine portrait frame at
the carnival ? They are going very fast ;
the supply is limited, and your picture
in one oi tnem is just the thing for
Christmas. GifToid. nl9
Experience is the best Teacher. Use
Acker's English Remedy in any case of
coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to
give immediato relief money refunded
25 cu. and 50 cte. Blakeley, the drug
gists. We offer for a limited period the
twice-a-week Chronicle, price $1.50,
and the Weekly Crewman, once 11.50.
both papers for $2 a year. Subscriptions
nnder this offer must be paid in ad
vance, t
Mre. E. Carey lately returned from
Portland where she selected a magni
ficent variety ot holiday goods which
are now on exhibition at her miliinerv
tore in the East End. They have been i
maraeu ai me lowest living price.
Call and see before buying ilea
where. dll-lw
your hair a o Dear a drv and to
i have lost its vitality it wants something
10 give u me ami vigor. We have whai
the hair needs when it gets lu that con
dition. We have ft the Crown of
Science Hair 42utft Grower and
Cocoanut CreamH WF Tonic. They
will core daud Wkw rod and all
scalp diseases. For sale at Frascr's bar
ber shop- Price 50c and 76c a bottle.
An eiegaut line of Xmas cigars at
Urants, the only exclutive cigar store in
the city. dlO-lw
Union and Second Streets. Local Phone 92.
Bow's This!
We offer one hundred dollara reward
for any case of Catarrh tbat can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chkney A Co. Props., Toledo, 0. '
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O., Walding, Kinnan A Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and
m ucous surfaces of the system.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo O.
8old by drrnggiste, price 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. 12
Thousands Sent Into Kxlle.
Every veir a large number of poor
sufferers whose lumrs are sore and racked
with coughs are urged to go to another !
climate. But this is costly and not al
ways stiie. Don't be an exile when Dr.
King's New Diecovery for Consumption
will cure yon at home. It's the most
infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds,
and all Throat and Lung diseases on j
earth. The first dose brings relief.
Astounding cures result from persistent
use. Trail bottles free at G. C. Blakeley 'e
drugstore. Price 50c and $1.00. Every
bottle guaranteed. 4
or Benefit to Yon.
D.. Mitchell, Fulford, Md. : "During
a long illness I was troubled with bed
sores, was advleed to try DeWltl's Witch
Hazil Salve and did so with wonderful
results. I was perfectly' cured. It is
the best salve on the market." Sure
cure for piles, sores, burns. Beware of
counterfeits. Clarke A Falk's P. O.
Information Wanted.
The manufacturers of Banner Sa've
bavinu always believed tbat no doctor or
medicine can cure in every case, but
never having heard where Banner Salve
failed to cure ulcets, sores, tetter.
eczema, or piles, as a matter of curiosity
would like to know if there are such
cases. JI so tbey will eladlv refund the
the money. Clarke & Falk.
We will pay $25 reward for the arrest
and conviction of any person trespassing
upon the football park, molesting or de
stroying the fence. Small boys who
have been diguing boles under the fence
are liable to arrest and are included in
the above.
Bkldkn H. Gkant,
L. A. Pobtkk,
E. Kurtz,
d4-lm Otis Patterson.
Sick Headache absolutely and perma
nently cured by using Moki Tea. A
pleasant herb drink. Cores constipation
and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep
snd bappy. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money back. 2octe. andoOcts. Blakeley,
the druggist.
Fine turkeys, fattened especially for
the Carnaby Market, Hinzes' sweet
pickles in bulk, bulk olives, sweet cider,
apple butter, pickled tripe, pigs feet,
sauerkraut, and other specialties too
numerous to mention, can be bad all the
time at Carnaby'e American Market.
Ghas. Keplogle, Atwater, O., was in
very bad shape. He says : "I suffered
a great deal with my kidneys and was
requested to try Foley's Kidney Cure.
I did so and in four days I was able to
go to work again, now I am entirely
well." Clarke A Falk.
Hlngle-Couib Brown Leghorn.
A few thoroughbred, single-comb
brown Leghorn cockerels and pullets for
sale, if taken at once.
Jam. Ireland,
n23 im The Dalles, Or.
Arieto is the paper used to make those
guaranteed l'lalino carbons, at WihJer'a
Curio, Novelty and 'Photo Studio. It
will pay you to visit the stndio before
1 Christmas. No trouble to sho goods.
To (Mop a Cold.
After exposure or when you feel a cold
coming on, take a doae of Foley's Hooey
and Tar. It never fail to stop a cold if
taken in time. Clarke A Falk.
Foley's Honey Tar
tor children, BMfi.aure. No opimim.
You will not have boils if you take
Clarke A Falk's mre care foi boll.
Iff. T.
ay jujium 4 V W1 W V S-l
L. Lane,
Wagon and Carriage Work.
Flan Brothers' Wagon.
I Tbirt and Meim Phone 159
The plant of the Hood
River Manufacturing Co. will
be sold chea for cash.
The plant consists of a full
line of wood-working machin
ery, sticker, planer and a com
plete sash and door outfit.
Must he sold at once.
Address, II C. COE,
Hood River, Or.
To any part of the city. Will
make all trains. Light
baggage free of charge
to all passengers.
Day and Night Service.
Day Phone Grant's, Local 211, Long
Distance 13f 1 ; Night Phones Nel
son's, Local 334, Long Diet. 1151.
Porter & Anderson - Proprietors.
Undertaker and Embalmer
Cor. Third and Washington Sts.
All orders attended to promptly. Long
distance phone 433. Local, 102.
Office, Mrs. Morgan's Art Studio. 'Office hours,
l to 5 p. m. dl-Un
Health anil Beauty.
A poor complexion is usually the re
sult of a torpid liver or irregular action
of the bowels. Unless nature's refuse is
carried off it will vurely cause impure
blood. Pimples, boils and other eruptions
follow. This is nature's method of
throwing off the poisons which the bowels
(ailed to remove. DeWilt's Little Early
Risers are world famous for remedying
tiiis condition. They alimulate the liver
and promote regular and healthy action
of the bowels but never cause griping,
cramps or distress. Safe pills. Clarke
& Falk's P. Q. Pharmacy.
To Whom It May Concern.
At a meeting of The Dalles City
council held on Monday night Dec. U,
1001, it was moved and carried unani
mously : "That the city marshal be or
dered to collect a monthly rental on and
after January 1, 1902, from all parties in
Dallas City who shall than own bouses
or other obstructions that have not been
removed from tba public streets of tbe
Hy dio-td
Try Van Norden's for a perfect at In
glasses, old or young, near sighted or
far sighted. dec 2
Oifford'8 Fotoe Never Fade.
FRENCH & (X).,
Transact a General Banking Business
Letters of Credit issued available in
the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Mransiers sold on JNew York. 'Chicago
Tit. louis, nan rranctsco, Portland Ore
ton, Seattle Wash., and various points
in uregon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
orame terms.
me Colombia Packing Co.,
Fine Lard and Sausages
Curers of BRAND
The largest and most
complete line of . . .
nam mm
ever shown in the city
are now on display at
H. Glenn & Co's
Paint and Oil Store.
John Pashek, The Tailor,
Has just received 1000 samples
of the latest patterns in Gent's
Clothing Goods. He guaran
tees prices and a good fit or no
Py. : : : : :
John Pashek, The Tailor.
Prof. Homer de Morrison
Lfi Wi
3S3 Washington street. Hoonx 93.30,
The Awt registered aa well ai the Orst gradu
ate psliDtst ever in foriUml. Tae world's
a ealeit Trauoo Clairvoyant and Herbalist can
be ocjauUeti dally on all attaint of it
1'rof. de MorrUw is without a doubt the moit
HcleiiMflc PalQl.taud Clalivosjjt iu tbe world
today: oelooateN hidden treasure, rtuplfe me
separated, tells If there Ih uiiiuril, o r. o" V on
your laud, enable you to win th j sfteoifoii of
I vau dafcl rt
Palmiatrv U UK lit. intHlliimlsil.. uinum. HU.J
pped. Heals by tbo usaaof Bit revealed Ueib.l
taaa;aiirHekreulc and ao-oated incurable dis-
rnx niatmrrii. me mor.
Mud II, date of birth him! three nuoalloas; all
letters answered at nee,
L.wcatil hy Vision.
l'ortl-ud. vug 10. (To h Editor). -Mower
de Morrison, oceoiii.t ;.c.te.i by Men thebul
"h,!f ?'.0cu,t he iinn ediately eom-
nuoiested by letter the (act to Mr A J Bala
ton, owner of the tfelby Works. The report re
ceded last night prove hW statement correct
Jilts. ranch paSixow.
"It is pleasing to be assured that tbo told
Foley's Honey Tmr
a a V '
Union Pacific
Portland gait Lake, Denver, Ft.
Special. Worth, Omaha, Kan
12:29 p. m. aaa City. St hmiia, chl- 1:10. in.
via Hunt- eago and the East
Atlantic ,. , .
Express, Salt lake, Denver Ft.
12:25 a. m. Worth, Omaha, Ran-
via Hun iaaCUy.lLouls.Chl. ".
Ingron. cago and the East.
8t. Paul Walla Walla, LewMoti.
Past Uall, Spokane, Wallaee,Pall
8:35 p. m. man, Minneapolis, St. 3:85 a. m
viaspo- Paul.DulethMilwau-
kane. kee, Chicago Win 'East.
from V ariland.
(All failing dates sub
ject toehangc )
8:00 p.m. . ' ijl. :00p.m
For San Franclaeo,
Ball every 5 days.
Dally "
six, TTLm?T
i:00p. rn. To Aatwrla and Way- except
Saturday, Landlnga. Sunday.
10:00 p. m.
Monday, Willamette River. Tuesday,
WH2S5M,y' OregonClty,Nwljerg,8a- Thursday,
ftiaay, lem, Independence, Cor- Saturday,
6:4op. m. yallls A: way-Landing. 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 4:80 p.m.
Thursday,! Corvallls and Way Monday,
Saturday, I Undings. Wednedav
6.00 a.m. Friday.
Tuesday, Willamette and 3:90p.m.
Thursday, Yamhill Hlvera. Monday,
fariiUr,51' I Oregon City, Dayton and Wednesday
7.00 a.m. Way-Landing. Friday.
ljave . . Leave
Htparla " vr. LevJuTrln
daily, dally,
ex. Sunday Klparia to Lowlaton. ex Monday
4:05 a. m. 7:00 p. m.
atssV" Parties desiring to y.o to Beppner or
points on Columbia Southern via Biggs, should
take No. 2, leaving The Dalle at 12:25 p. m.
making direct connections at Heppner junction
and Biggs. Returning maksngdirect connection
at neppnerjunotlon and Btgga with No, 1, ar
riving at The Dalles at 1:06 p. m.
For further particulars, call on or address
The Dalles, Oregon.
Mas a
First National Bank.
A General Banking Business transacted
wapoaius, JgPJfft to lgni
Oollaatioaa usadaevnd prosaarls promptly
uuitUkd on dav oi aollnatlon.
tnTalagraohlc ExSgSsoid ...
aw York, San Francisco and in
P. TaoMgaoa. lao. 8. ttcaaaci.
Ku. M. WiaLlAMg, 0ao, Ai Lbs.
W W. WJILSUN. Maaaaar.
First-gass ir; Euery reop?3t.
mals at fill far.
Tba uhle always soppliad with ibe
bagilatht otggkat.
74 Front aaar Qoort, Tbe Dallas.