The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, December 23, 1901, Image 2

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    The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
PEC. 23. 1901
The bill to provide revenue tern- collected under the act, whether here;
porarily for the Philippine Islands, : or in the islands, less the cost of col-,
which passed the bouse last Wtii- lection, must be paid into the trea
oesdaj by a vote of ICS to 128, is sury of the Pnilippinc Islands, to be
justified in part by its supporters on
the ground of necessity.
Tbey say onr people have made
nroeress in the Philippine Islands
Pine the commission went there to
establish forms of civil government.
Tbey have established municipal gov
ernments in 765 of the towns or
townships of the islands. In each of there is a president, a vice
president and a certain number of
councilors who are all elected by the
votes of the natives. They have es
tablished provisional governments in
which the common interests of many
municipalities are united nnJer our
government. Tbey have established
a governor in the person of Judge
Taft. over all the islands not under
military jurisdiction and bis jurisdic
tion now extends over an area
74.000 square miles, including 58 per
cent of the territory of the islands,
and over 5,000,000 of the people, or
over 70 per cent of tbe whole people
of tbe islands.
They bave established a supreme
court, composed of a chief justice
and six associate justices. Under
them are district courts wbicb are
provided in fourteen districts. In
addition to this all tbe townships
have justices of tbe peace who bave
jurisdiction in minor cases- The
chief justice and two of bis six asso
ciates are Filipinos, as are many of
the justices of the circuit court. Tbe
justices of the peace are all Filipinos.
ucj iuc(.u.0i,cu,.,1:
in all the township which have come
under tbe iunsdiction of the United
States. They have established a con
stabulary force of e to 150 natives
in each of tbe fourteen districts, with
a force of inspectors who inspect
both tbe police and the constabulary.
In a word they bave organized a
force of 6,000 natives who perform
tbe duties of police and constable and
all of them, or nearly all except the
chief of constabulary and his assist
ants, are natives.
Tbey have liO.000 children en
rolled in the common schools, and
have provided 1000 American teach-
rs to educate them, in addition to
betwe.n 3,000 to -1,000 native teach
ers. Tbey have a normal school in
Manila with an attendance of 5.0
pupils apd night schools with at on-
rollment of abou
'5,000. They
bave established an agricultural
rhrwii in th isiitri'l nf X.ifr anrt
. . , w
scnooi ror me lnausmai arts in Ala-
They are building roads that call
for an expenditure of if 1,000,000 and
have let a contract for the improve-
ment of the harbor of Manila that
cali6 for between 12,000,000 and $3,-
000,000. Of tbe 73,000,000 acres of
land in tbe islands all but 0,000,000
acres belong to tbe government, and
of these 5,000,000 acres 403,000
acres belong to the friars who bave
been retting these lands to tbe na
tives for so many generations that
tbe natives have come to believe
that their title is as good as tbat of
the friars. It is something like tbe
old story of Ireland over again. A
good deal of tbe trouble of adminis
tration arises from tbe hatred toward
tbe friars from this cause. Tbe gov
ernment Las
been trvintr to aettle
the difficult! with iustice to all con-;
cerned and nronosea. as the onlv tu
isfactory remedy, to buy all lands
- J
from tbe friars, and as fast as title
can be obtained, to sell it to tbe oc
cupants on such easy terms as tbey
will be able to noeea.
v- .11 t - ;- 1
IWow til of these ttemes to pro- ,
greet, or ia eoUdpetion, require
. . .
ey to ea-r? mm on, and loU of ,
it, and
bum cone irom
l i.l 1. -K,
new Uu-iff bill, ap It peeeed the boose,
imposed Ibc Dingley rates on sood !
entering the United Sutes from the '
Philippines, and the rates established
by the Philippine commission on
goods entering the Philippines from '
the Unite. i States, Bat every dollar'
used and expended wholly for their
government and benefit.
Such toe Philippine tariff bill
ud 9Uch tne founds on which it
opporters justify it
1: is only na
tural that democrats and constitution
al free lraders should oppose and de-,
nounce it, but their denunciation
would come with better g ace if they ,
would offer a single suggestion, which
none of them bave done, of a mea
sure less oppressive
and equally ef-
fective for raising the necessary rev
enue. Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, has
come out in favor of tbe municipal
encouragement of athletics, and says
that if we want to develop a pbysi-
callv as well as mentally strong race
f we must dc everything in our power
to encourage athletic sports. He be-
lieves that cities ought to provide
free play ground? and athletic fields
and promote physical culture.
Piclnrtrs enlarged at the Wilson photo-.
ernh uullatHI dvi 1 m
Ciark a Falk are ; -ver cioeed Sunday.
llDC'l Irrcct tHl.
Ciarae dt Falk : jv- oo aaie a rah line of tbe bowels but never cause griping,
of paint ami artist's braehee. cramps or distress. Safe pills. Clarke
Clarke 4 Fair navonng extracts are j 4 Flk fi P- - Pprm"y
the best. Ass your eT ':r for them. Attractive n notes.
Go to the Wilson gaiiery for excellent ' All women sensibly desire to be at-
puotoe at reasonaoie prices. dec4 xm (
Trr ATI .r ir i .r a rui. f.' At an f
passes, oidor young, near sighted or j
'r eigntea. dec
The prices on ladies' and children's
kcit goods are surprisingly low at the
New York Cash Store. dl3tf j
i- - - ... .
t or r-nt t-urn.iinei n ms- witn steam .
hMt nii Wt-i- Hhtm innlr t.. l-
Applv t-
I- !
r. tnapr.ian. hapmai. block.
j,n .
Children's knit leggins, mittens and '
tc-:n a fni! line at lowest prices at
tbe m lork Oasb store. d;3tf
Ii'seaevto select Christmas presents !
h i-i- .k T. --S.lZZr
curios, sea shells and novelties, at Wild-1
era. dL-li
Margaret broedt-r wishes to announce 1
tiiat -he is prepared to do all kinds of
sewing. Residence across track from the
Wasco wareh 'use.
If anything aiis your hair, go and see
Fraxer: he's the hte(i.'inartr for all
hair remedies. Remember that be
makes a spciaitv of theee goods.
Have you seen those knit goods at the
New York Cash Store? Fascinators,
ice-wools, circular ehawis, micensand
skirts. dl3tf
Clark and Falk have just received a
fail line of fresh Yeiox papers and de
velopers, the same as njed bv Mr. I.ovie
In me recent uemonstration at onr store.
Ulgars lor
Cigars for Christmas in handeom-
noxes oi v., io, 20, au and everv
popular hrnd, cheap, at Grant's the'
only exclusive cigar store in lbs city. i
. , .... i
(. bnstmas sale of mi.imerv at the '
Campbeli 4 Wilson millinery palors. ;
T.e--.ijiri on price ol entire
Saie will continue until first of!
January. 25n-tf
W'hy pay $1.75 per ga.ion for inferior j
nattita -Kn - - . . . . T TT
gallon, guaranteed for 5 years. Clark A
r a.t, agents. ml
Acker's Ilnpiish Eemedy will stop a
couith at any time, and will curs tbe
worst coid in twelve boors, or money re
funded. ..") cts. and 50 cte, Blskeiey,
tbe druggist.
If you wish to retain a natural color
to your hair, stop it falling out, eradi
cate dandruff and make it soft, fine and
wavey, then use Aristo Hair Food. For
sale by Clarke A Falk, postoffiue phar
macy. dl6:f
Are yon ready for coid weather? If
not you snould provide yourself with
some of thee knit goods from the New
York Cash Store. A large assortment
of these guods for womau and children
may be
teeu at the New York Casti
. J W:"d '"'i00
,uu,,u vwwi iu um cny a:
Wil let's 'photo studio. Souvenir ,i,.
in . .v .
to cvou ; meaiom, 10 cents ; lam ontM .
cents. Keiuember these views are i
hoiebed on aristo and bromide carbons
and guaranteed for all time. d 17-1 w
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold on j
guarantee. Cores heart-born,
of lhe food dittnm
or any form of dyspepsia. One liukt
tathlat ftiiaaa mm1i.i. Kf m.
ITt th--r
. . ; .
Kmbi (lltnnuaMr ill uium - ...&... l. .
W - .,.-n
Union and Second Streets. Local Phone 92.
How' Ttt:
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for an v case of Catarrh that can not be
cnred by Hall's Catarrh Care.
F. J. Cheney A Co. Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. j
J. Cbenev for the last 16 rears, and be-
lievehiir perfectly honorable in ail bnsi-
ne transactions and financially he to
carry ont any ob ligations made bv their
' firm.
Ef TT-.Wholie Drafi"s' T."
ledo, O., aiding, Rinnan Marvin, I
Wholesale DrugEists. Toiedo, Ohio.
Halt's Catarrh Cure is ukeninter-
di.:t. actine direct:r noon the blood and
mucous surfaces of' the eysfeni.
' . r loieao
Mid bv drruggistj, price inc.
Hall'sFamily Pills are the boot. 12
Health and Bcinljr
A,oor complexion is usually tbe re-
j soli of a torpid liver or irregular action
oi the boweis. Unless nature s refuse is
m carried on it will surely cause impure
J blood. Pimples, boils and other eruptions
foliaw. This is nature's method of
throwing off the poisons which the boweis
iaiied to remove. DeWitt'e Little Earlv
Risers are worid famous for remedving
this condition. Thev stimulate the liver
! and promate regular and beaithv action
tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
luii'anaA it ,3 llio nnt.tifl m.nifaslkfiin
0f inner puritv. A health? woman is
inner purity.
a'.wavs attrac;:ve. blight and happv.
Wi.en every drop of blood in tbe veins is
pare a beauteous flash is on tbe cheek.
But when tbe blood is impure, in arose
nese, bad temper and a sallow complex-
: n .v.- . ,
uu " ' wcaui-M mu to W
ion tells tbe tale ot sickness a.
I A A . 1 1 . . . .
auu wuuivu tuu.j uu Lucre le uu
i beautv withoat health. Wine of Cardui
crowns women with beset', and attrac-
tivenees by making strong and healthy ,
those organs wbicb make her a woman.
Try fDoi Cdui and in a month
your friends will hardly knew yon.
sm b ue.
T wish toaav tbat I owe mv life to
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure," writes H. C. :
Chreatenson of HaySeid, Minn. "For
three years I was troubled with dyepepaia
so that I could hold nothing on my
stomach. Many timee I would be un
able to retain a moreel of food. Finally
I was confined to my bed. Doctors said
I coald not live. I read one of your
advertisements on Eodol Dyspepsia Cure
and thought it fit my case and com
menced its nse. I began to improve
from the first bottle. Now I am cured
and recommend it to all." Digests yonr
food. Cores al! stomach troubles. Clarke
Falk's P. O. Pharmacy.
We wiii pav 25 reward for tbe arrest
and conviction of aov person trespassing
upon the football park, molesting or de-
. . : . I r .. , m
15Ja-Z !
are liable to arrest and are included in
the hr
Beloe.v H. Gka.vt
1 a Pnorn
d4 lm Oris Paite!os.
To W hum It Umj
t oocrrn.
At a meeting of The Dalies City
council held on Monday nigbt Dec. 9, 1
1901, it was moved and carried unani
mously : "Tbat the city marshal be or
dered to collect a monthly rental on and
after January 1, 1902, from all parties in
Dalles City wno shall then own houses
or otb-r obstructions that bava not been
removed from the public streets of the
city dl0-td
Change of Uaadijuarter.
Tha headnnartpra nf Trm D-llau an A '
Shaniko stage line is now at the Coinm-
hia Hotel. Stage leave there for Shan
iko every morning, except Sunday, at 6
o'clock. Passenger rate to Sbaniko 2.
20u-tf J. M. Toomey, Agent.
Maw HhtMt abo.
Harold Hansan annuuncas that he has
nex, ... ttl(. skihbf Hntl a) kin.u r.f
i").1 th" . HJ1 . A" Vnd of
rllr snrk Ann in M rut . ... ml.m.
reasonable pries.
OL was iu
Chss. Beploete, Atwster,
I eery bad shape. He save : "I suffered
treat deal with my kidneys end was
reqeseteo to try foaey s Kidney Core.
I did so and in fear days J wee able to
go le week Spain, new I em entirely
well." Clarke 4 Falk.
see the
for Foley's
Ter end nil who nee it ansae
the it inn
BE. T.
at 7 A. M.
...Portland Boat...
at 7 :00 A. M.
DAILY except scxdat.
W. C. ALLAWAY, General Agent,
Tbe Dalles, Oregon.
CraDddU-Bflpget y
fill kinds of tjotertakers Burial Shrouds
Faoeral Supplies embalmers Etc
The Dalles, Or.
Purest Liquors
Delivered to any
Phones: 51 Local,
658 Long Distance.
Win mm ,
-aeaaquariers ior &eea Urain of all kinds
Headquarters for Feed Grain ot eu kin
HeaUQ -OTer8 IOr Kmlrttl tirfllTi ll kinils
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts' ITSS
Headquarters for dyers' Best" Pendle
ton FlOlir ThU Floor mannfactnml aaptsMly for family
W OSS : aVM-V ak ia munntJ -
W sail onr goods lower than any house in the trade, and if yon don't tntnkas
and gwt onr pr
MHI U Mill t lllltl
Highert Frio Paid for Whaat Barley and Oats.
...Blackmail Horseshoer and Wagon-maker. .
Iron, StaeL WbmHa, Axlcw, Bprinfa and BlaekaasJtli SoppUaa
107a. Cv. tait
IN MIR KtlNti..
Fine Lard and Sausages
Carers of BRAID
Just What
You u-tant.
New ideas in Wall Paper here. 8 neb
wide variety as we are showing never be
fore graced a single stork. Real imita
tion cretun effects at ordinary prices.
Good papers at cheap paper prices.
; Elegant designs, tasteful colorings, yours
i for a small price, at onr store on Third
j street. Also a fall line of house paints.
D. W. VATJSK Third St
for Family Use
part of the City.
173 Second Street
White Collar Linn
TH Htts-Pirtltn mis
Str. "TAMOUA,"
Portland, The Dalles and
Way Points.
Leaves Portland at 7 a. m. on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday.
Arrives Tbe Dallas, same day, 5 p. m.
Leaves Tbs Dalles at 7 a. m. on Sun
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Arrives Portland, same day, 4 p. m.
Meals the Very Beet.
bis Route has tbe Grandest
Scenic Attractions on Earth.
Portland-Astoria Route
Daily Round Trips except Sunday.
Leave Portland 7 a. k.
Leave Astoria 7 p. m.
Landing and office Foot of Alder
Street; both phones, Main 351, Port
land, Oregon.
E. W. Criebton, Aeent Portland,
Pratber and Barnes, Acts., Hood River,
Wolford & Wyers, Agte.. White Salmon,
J. C. Wyatt, Agent, Vancouver,
A. J. Taylor, Agent Astoria.
R. B. Gilbreth, Agt., Lyle, Wash.
J. M. FILLQOH, Aeent, The Dalles.
J. 8.
Max A. Voor.
First national Bank.
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits reserved, subject to Sight
Draft or Ghack.
Ooliaet iotas mads and paueserte promptly
remitted on dav of oollection.
Sight and Telewraphic Ksehnnge sold ( a
New York, Baa Franejaeo an. port-
D. P. Tnee-rnon. Jen. 8. Scnsac a.
So. M. Wsiii.iaara, One. A. Ltass.
H. M. Bball.
First-gass in Euery Fespoet.
Hals at ill incurs
The table always supplied with
oast in tne
74 Front St.,
Court. Tbs Dalles.
Qso . t AMrnaXL,
lentlna Mrtdwa SalliaaS aait Water Buw'
rawSKawsrt lead narvaytus. n.
i-Hsn-n, OSsaStucttaa anS Malrtaaanrr ol
flSZ m ateat. Saw