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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1901)
ask roR The
Sold only by
Mr. H. Herbring h the agent
for the Walk-Over Sh. and always
kfepf the leading styk-s on hand. The
price i only 3.50. ami any gentle
nian that wants a pair of Qmm celebrat
ed shoes for Christmas UMd not send
t Portland for thorn or give an order to
a eddler. PwBUte them right at home
and patronize your home dealer.
PBKSOKAL MISI1UN .
L W. Chiiders, ot" Coinnibus, Wash
ington, was in town tuday.
Clyde T. Bonney is registered at the
t'lnatilla House frum Tygh Valley.
Frank Gabel, of Wapinitia, and his
two sons, have been ic town for two or
three days selecting (Jhr'tstnias presente
for the rtst of the liable family.
Fred Oleson.Iatc with Fease v Mays,
arrived here today on his first trip as a
representative of a prominent wholesale
house in California.
After a few days visit at home Eugene
.Moore left on this morning's train for
Portland. From there he will take the
out-going steamer for California where
he expects to spend the winter.
Mr. Ed T. and Mrs Marshall, of
South Dakota, are in the city visiting
with Mr. Marshall's nephew, Ed M.
Williams, and i : I I -sister, Mrs. 0. D.
Doaue. Mr. Marshall, who was raised
in The Dalles, is a stepson of the late
THE CATHOLIC FAIR.
The Second evening: Hneh More Suc
cessful than Opening Might.
The second night of the Catholic fair
was much more of a success than the
opening evening, owing to the increased
attendance, a more extended program
and a better arrangement of affairs than
on the opening night.
Voting on the various prizes has fairly
begun and the innumerable beautiful
articles which are being offered for sale
and rathe are bein? rapidly disposed of.
The Monte Carlo Booth" seems to be
the favorite department in receiving the
patronage of all present, while Aunt
Sally's clay pipe and the "nigger babies"
.receive the harshest treatment imagin
able from all present, since there is
no one who does not pride himself on
being able to throw straight. The other
departments are also most liberally
Last evening's program was exception
ally fine and wa.- well received. The
opening number was a duet, "Rough
Aiders," by Mrs. .f. S. Fish and her
daughter, Miss Genevieve, which well
merited the applause and encore it re
ceived. The vocal duet by Miss Irene
and James Flynn was beautifully ren
dered and alio well received, while Mrs.
N. J. Sinnott's siuging of "The Holy
City" was beautiful in the extreme,
and the encore was responded to by her
singing the charming old selection, "Ben
The program for this evening bids fair
to be more extended and of as high an
order of excellence a it was the past
Liberty Street newer (Jittered.
A special meeting of the city council
was held last night at which the follow
ing resolution wa- passed by the unani
mous vote of all the councilman present :
" Resolved that it is hereby detenu me. I
to establish, construct and relay a sew
er system on Liberty aud Hecoud street
tor that part of Dalles City lying below
the bjuff and bordering on and adjacent
t said Liberty and Second streets, and
which is benefitted by said proposed
sewer, beginning at the biuff 50 feet
no mediately aoutti ol htxtli street and
running northerly on Liberty on the
line of the present sewer now therein to
the middle line of Second street, to the
west line of I nion street running thence
on curve to the left of and connecting
with the Union street sewer at the
north line of Second street in the center
of Union street. And it is hereby
further determined that the cet of amid
sewer shall be assessed against the prop
eaty benefitted thereby, and the re-
eottar ei Delia Ofty k ordoreaand di
rected to give notice of this determina
tion and of the establishment of said
sewer, by publishing a notice thereof in
Tuv D m.iks Daily Chkonklk news
paper, for a jeriod til fourteen days, a
provided by law, which notice shall
specify the nature, location and extent oi
said sewer as herein set forth."
The petition of Frank Kramer fr the
opening of a street in the neighborhood
of Kramer's addition.was referred to the
committee on streets and public prop
ertp, to report at the next regular meet
ing ot the council.
The Voting nt me Kalr.
At the Catholic fair last night the
winning ticket for a set of beautiful lace
eurtaiire was drawn by William Kollus,
of Hood River.
The vote on the silver-mounted gavel,
for the most popular fraternal order,
stood at noon today as follows: Eagles,
100 ; Red Men, 75 ; Artisans, 10; Elks,
10; Foresters, 46; Maccabees, 6.
The vote on the chafing dish, for the
most popular young lady, stood as fol
lows: Prudence Patterson, 12; Elsie
Carey, 8; Melvia Dawson, 20; Mamie
Helen Flynn, 17; Edith Fisher, 16; Mrs.
Joe Bonn, 8; Annie O'Brien, 12; Lillie
The vote on the Elk's pillow, to be
given to the most popular Elk stood as
follows; J. A. Mc Arthur, 80; E. O.
McCoy, 6; II. Liebe, 7; E. Walther, 16;
Will Vogt. 30.
CASTOR I A
For in! ants any Children.
fbe Kind You Have Always Bough!
Thousand Sent lino Kxile,
Every vejr a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked
with coughs are urged to go to another
climate. But this ie costly and not al
ways sure. Don't be an exile when Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
will cure you at hbnie. It's the most
infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds,
and all Throat and Lung diseases on
earth. The first dose brings' relief.
Astounding cures result from persistent
use. Trail bottles free at G. C. Biakeley's
drugstore. Price 50c and $1.00. Every
tottle guaranteed. 4
The manufacturers of Banner Sa've
bavins always believed that no doctor or
medicine ran cure in every case, but
never having heard where Bannei Salve
failed to cure ulcers, sores, tetter,
eczema, or piles, as a matter of curiosity
would like to know if there are encb
cases. If so they will gladly refund the
the money. Clarke & Felk.
Or Beneflt to Ion.
D. e. Mitchell, Fulford, Mil. : "During
a long illness I was troubled with bed
sores, was advised to try DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful
results. I was perfectly cured. It ie
the best salve on the market." Sure
cure for piles, sores, burns. Beware of
counterfeits. Clarke A Falk's P. O.
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 hoys who
have been digging boiee under the fence
are liable to arrest and are included in
Beldex H. Grant,
L. A. Porte k,
d4-lm Otis Patterson.
To Whom It May Caewri,
At a meeting of The Dalles City
council held on Monday nigbt Dec. 9,
1901, 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
Dalles City who shall then own bouses
or other obstructions that hava not been
removed from the public- streets of the
Mew Shoe Shop.
Hsrold Hansen announces that be has
started a shoe shop in the East End,
next to the Skibbe Hotel. All kinds of
repair work done in first class shape at
Change of Headquarters.
The headquarters of The Dalles ar d
Sbaniko stage line is now at the Colum
bia Hotel. Stage leave there for Sban-'
iko very morning, except Sunday, at 6
o'clock. Passenger rate to Shaniko $2.
20n-tf ' J. M. Toons v, Agent.
are the best advertisers for Foley's
Honey snd Tar and all who use it agree
that It is a splendid remedy for coughs,
or sore lungs. Clsrke &. Falk.
If you wsnt to retain your hair yon
have to keep your scalp clean. Soap '
will make your hair harsh, dry and
crispy. Now we have two of the yery
best preparations for cleaning the
seal (i Egg and Pine Tar Shampoo. It
will leave your bair soft and gloss.
Price, 25 and 50 cents a bottle, at Fraser'e
a'ber shop, The Dalles. tf
Foley's Honey Tat
Subscribe for Tax Ouonou.
the dclav which fc
of your Ufa.
i h... kniiu nf Wine
Black-Draught. Before I began to take your medicines had pains in my
Sick hips, lower boireUandW anas. Sometimes I thought I would go
DHud. Cy head ached aud I ae, weak I could hardly walk across tfie
floor Now I can only feel a little of the pain in my side and I am going to
usTrouVmedlchfes until I get cured, for flSller. they will certainly core
me. " hare been married twelve years and am the mother of seren children.
I thank you for your wonderful medicine and what it h,td5AmJMiTft
r advice sod litrtarf . address,
Trilby and Cole's Original Air-Tight Heaters
For Wood and Lighter Fuel.
Tlie introduction of Cole's Original Air-Tiitlu Heater has revolution
ized the heating stove trade ir. ail sections of the United States. Its won
derful economy in thu use nf fuei, and many other excelltnt qualities,
str uiglv reconinipnd it to all in nee j of a heating stove.
Every one of Cole's Original
air-tight as long as used. Where
have one or more of these stoves.
Sold by MAIER
I have re-opened this well-known Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
body with Bread, Pies and Cakes. Also
all kinds of Staple and Fancy Grocer es.
GEORGE RUCH Pioneer Grocer.
First-Class Regular Meals.
...SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER..
Royal Toke Point and Olympia Oysters served
st all In svm o an set a 1 1 u I 1 aa
SJUV Uil UVIMD BjUU US SBjJLX Olljr 1DD. h
Agency ALDON BRAND delicious Chocolates C
4 and uonzections.
mm i v i m I w m
C. J. STUBLIHG, j
Wines. Liquors 0 Cigars
,. .1 s
Family Orders will receive prompt attention.
Next door to First
Dosdun Pbooo SS
Losi Ulst. 10S1.
Told by Pain
If you have pains you should look after
than quickly. Pain shows something at
wrong. The sharper the pain the more dan
ger there fc in delay. There are thousands
of women to-day who arc bearing awful
pain almost continually, rather than tell a
physician about the shooting pains in their
lower abdomen, about the agony of falling
of the womb and the distress of leucorrhoca.
They let the months pass and their trouble
becomes harder to cure and more (distressing.
But modest women can secure exemption
from the embarrassment of a private exami
nation. When pain tells them of danger
they can cure themselves by the tee of
privacy of their
You can be
facto before you
ei nn mmm foe
vaur mwerv and wasting the days
sain today f
Belea, Miss., March 9. Its.
of Cardni and one package of Thedrord's
firing symptoms, "Tae Lamas Airnsory
What Cole's Heater Will Do.
This stove will beat a room from zero to
8i) degrees in five minutes.
It will heat your house evenly day aud
It holds fire 36 hour- withont attention.
You build only one fire each winter.
It burns chips, bark, leaves, paper and
corn cobs, and gives excellent results with
this fuel, which is ordinarily wasted.
The stove is light snd easily moved and
The combustion is perfect and ashes are
removtd only OS OS in four weeks.
None of the heat is wasted and the etove
a ill save one-half of yonr fnel bill.
It is clean, economical, convenient, safe
Air-Tight Heaters is guaranteed to stav
wood is used for fuel every family should
& BENTON. The Dalles. fc
u u u u u u mm
r Little) Ones
WE CAN M IT
as our full line of new toys, games and
dolls are finer and at a leas price than
ever. Onr store is headquarters for
Santa Claus, and we take pleasure in
showing everything in detail.
HUB l PMW
JUST ARRIVED !
The largest and most
complete line of . . .
ever shown in the city
are now on display at
H. Glenn & Cos
Paint and Oi! Store.
To any part of the city. Will
make all trains. Light
baggage free of charge
to all passengers.
Day and Night Service.
Day I'hone Grant's, Local 211, Long
Distance 1311 ; Kigbt Phones Nel
son's, Local 334, Long Dist. 1151.
Potter & Anderson - Proprietors.
FRENCH & CO.,
Transact a General Banking Business.
Letters of Credit issued available in
the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago,
8t. Louis, Han Francisco, Portland Ore
gon, Seattle Wash., and various points
in Oregon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
ii) u, mi 11,1 i v in iiii v ijuhj.ui
Wagon and Oarrlage Work.
Fleh Brother' Wagon.
Tbirt ail Jeflfrw, Plume 159
John Pashek, The Tailor,
Has just receivetTlOOO samples
of the latest patterns in Gent's
Clothing Goods. He guaran
tees prices and a good fit or no
John Pashek, The Tailor.
Undertaker ui Embalmer
Cor. Third end Washington Sta.
All orders attended to promptly. Lorg
distance phone 433. Local. 102.
J)lt. TAUlk USA L,
Ottee, Mrs. Morgan's Art Studlo.'OBce hoars.
1 to jp, m. at-las
Fcs Kidney Cure
nlSLLSSf have botts If yoo tsAe
Clerae fait') en re core cs hot.
Olfford'B Potoa Nmr Fade
1':2T p. in.
Salt Lake, Oenver, ft.
Worth, Omnha, Rsn
MsCtty, St. Louis, Chi
cago and the East.
Salt Lake, Henvsr. Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kan-:
oago and the East.
9:36 p. m.
kanc. Walla Walla, Lewlatoa.
Paul. Uuluth, MHwro
kee, Chicago and East.
0CEA1 AID BJYEB 80HEDULE
(All sailing dates sub
I ject to change.)
For San Franoisco,
Sail every 5 days.
4:00 p. m
s:0b p. ei.
10:00 p. m.
: l p. m.
6 00 a. m.
Columbia It I tot.
To Astoria and War-
4:00 p. m.
lem, Independence, Cor
vail is & Way-Landings.
5:00 p. m.
Corvallis and Way
Tuesday, Willamette and 3:30p.m.
Thursday, Vumhlll Ktvars. Monday,
etaiuraay, oreiron Citv. Davtnnanrt Wednejdar
:00 a. m.
itlparia Baka Ktvar.
ex. Sunday' Rtparia to Lewiston.
4:06 a.m. ,
i 7:0Up. ai.
IB& rsrtlcs Jeslrlng to n to neppner or
pointa on Columbia Southern via Biggs, should
take No. 2, leaving The Dalles at 12:25 p. m.
making direct connections at Heppner junction
nnd Biggs. Returning mas iug direct connection
at Heppner Junction and Biggs with No. 1, ar
riving at The Dalles at 1:06 p. m.
For fuither particulars, call on or address
JAB. IRELAND, Agent,
The Dalles, Oregon.
Prof. Homer de Morrison
1KJ Ki Sfes
iVA . vTaahtoaton atrent. Knoms 23-30,
I'OKttsN D, OKROON.
The first registered as well as the first gradu
ate palmist ever in Portland. The world's
k eatest Trance Clairvoyant and Herbalist can
be consulted daily on all attain of life.
Prof, de Morrison is without a doubt the most
scientific I'almUt and Clairvoyant in the world
today: he locates hidden treasure, reunites toe
separated, tells if there is mineral, oil. or gas on
your land, enables you to win the aftection of
one you desire.
Palmistry taught, medium tsdc persons devel
oped. Heal by the uses of bis revealed herbs!
teas; curen chronic and so-called incurable dis
eases. Free treatment for the poor.
Send $1, date of birth and three questions ; all
letters answered at cnee,
LoeataO by Vision.
Portland, Aug. 10.-(fo the Editor;.-Homer
de Morrison, occultist, located by vision tneboi
lion stolen Iron the Bclby Smelting Works. In
behslf of occult science he Immediately com
municated by latter the fasts to Mr. A. J. Bala
ton, owner of the Helby Works. The reports re
ceived last night prove hit statements comet.
MRS. FRANCIS PABTLOW-
"It is pleasing to be assured that tnegoM
stolen from the Helby BmeltJnjr Works waa . "lo
cated by vision by a Portland occultist. This
proves that the story of the confession of we
thief and that hi ssslstaasin was required in re
covering the gold was a base California inven
tion for the puraoae of depriving Oregon of ju
glory. "-(Editor Portland Oregon ian.)
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that can not be
cored by Hall's Catarrh Core.
F. J. Chun icy it Co. Props., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known t
J. Cheney-for the last lf years, and be
lieve birr perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry oat any obligations made by tbsir
West A Troax, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O., Welding, Kinnaa d Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of tbe system.
F. J. Cuaaar & Co., Props., Toledo 0.
Sold by drrnggists, price 7Ac.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. 18
Am SvasujatUt'a Btory.
"I suffered for veers with bronchisl or
long trouble and tried various reuisdist
bat did not obtain permanent rslisf
until I commenced using One Minute
Cough Core," writes Bev. James kirk
man, evangelist of Bella Birsr, III.
have go hesitation in recommending n
to all sufferers from maladies of ibM
kind." One Minute Coogh Cars sfforde
iemediete retlef for eooghs, colds sod
all kiada et Ibreos at long trooWai.
a-"CB . !
For esoon it is aneonallad.
r like & Otarao 4 folk' P-