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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
DEC. 26. 1901
SHOULD BE CAUTIOUS.
Tbe Spokesman -Review g:ves this
timely advice to Portland: I
"In planning for the Lowis and
Clark exposition, Portland will do
MO to consider tbe words of wisdom
in tbe message of the governor of
Virginia recommending a celebra-
tion to commemorate tbe 30tb anni-
veraary of the founding of the James,
River colony. He urges the legisla-
tare to 'avoid tbe rocks and sboals
that have been disastrous to other
exhibitions' and advises strongly
against extravagance in grounds anil
buildings. He says that all exposi-
tions are more or less alike, and that
the public has had enough of gorgeous
displays. What Virginia wants is a
nmntiol nrcsentaiion of what the
state wants the world to see.
"Portland should follow this advice
unless it wishes to dd another to the
long list of expositions that have been
financial failures. lOO mnch money
has been expended in buildings and
displays and too little in exhibits, for
showing off which expositions are
really projected. Beginning with
New Orleans and Atlanta, when tbe
nut lav for grounds and buildings was
small compared with that for some of j
the later affairs, the losses have been
heavy. Buffalo was a fineepectacle,
but tbe treasurer's reports show that
it entailed a heavy deficit. It also
predicted that Charleston will be un
able to make ends meet when tbe
time for accounting arrives.
"Portland can make its exposition
artistic and financial success
without going to the extravagance
that has distinguished tbe efforts of
other cities. It should not aim too
high in making its landscape,
architectural or electrical display. It
may secure artistic beauty and
natural effects without throwing
money away, and that will give it all
the more to show in a fitting manner
what progress bas been made in tbe
great country visited by tbe two
explorers of a hundred years ago."
THE SEW SECRETARY
Governor Shaw of Iowa, who bas
oeen onereu me posi ui aecreutry ui
the treasnry, bas not the reputatioc
in toe nnanciai woriu mai nas oeen
enjoyed by Lymp J. Gage for many
. i . i a . a
vears. but that does not imnlv that
a - a ar
he would not be an efficient officer in
that important position.
Some of tbe best secretaiies tbe
country bas ever bad have been men
who bad not been closely identified
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no experience in the banking busi-
ness. Lot M. Morrill, William Win-
uuuj, tyaiiivi iuaiiuint; auu v uariet
Faircbild were eminently successful
t tbe bead of tbe treasury depart
ment, and yet none of tbem bad any
financial training, and brought to the
office only good common sense and
tbe valuable information gained
through intelligent observation dur
ing a busy life.
Governor Shaw will follow a sec
retary who might be fairly called an
expert, but that is no reason wby be
may not perform the duties of the
office as acceptably as bis predecessor
hasdofte. In some rP-nU It l,a)1
of ten been thought better not to have
a national banker at the bead of tbe
treasury, ft does not follow, neces-
trily. that such a man would divide
loyalty between the government and
the bank,but there might be occasions
when his interest in the success of ,
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DaoKing insiitutions generally might
lead him to conclusions that would
not be accepted by others who bad
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not been associated with practical
Maclay, who injected in hi. naval
history tbe matter out of which came ,
the Schley investigation commission
and a deal of personal bitterness to 1
' nrivate end newel niralea dnea not !
private nod naval circles, does not
lake tbe personal outcome to himself !
in good spirit Tbe request of tbe
president through Rear Admiral j
Darker fur bis resignation of tbc
position be fills in tbe navy yard be
has refused claiming that he U pro- .
tected by liw civil service laws and j
denies tbc power of removal by the
president. Perhaps be may be;
surprised that President Roosevelt is j
not the executive to stand upon
ceremonies where justice is demanded.
He will surely find n way to be rid of
mischievous officials. Tbe recent j
severe censure of Gen. Miles by Sec. ,
Root was prompt but was notoriously
dilltory on the part of the navy '
department in deferring the removal I
of Maclay, the author of tbe present ;
mischitr. I he navai advisers of
Maclay, to whom were submitted tbe
proof sheets of his mischievous work
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should not be overlooked while tbe
censure business is in progress.
Walla Walla Union.
p;nm. .,.a . avn. .,v,.
BraDt, ranerv dec- 1m
Clark A Falk ar never clnead Knndav.
Clark A Falk are never closed Sonday.
Don't forge: thi.
Clarke A Falk have on sale a full line
of paint and artist's brnshee,
Clarke A Falk's navonne extracts are
the best. Ask your eer for tbem.
Go to the Wilson gallery ior excellent j
photos at reasonable prices. dec4lm
Tr? Van Xorden's for a perfect fit in
r a coca n I H nr rirtnnn n&e cirrlml
far sighted. dec
The prices on ladies- and children's
unit e- are surprisingly
Sew Y j-ie Cash Store.
low at tbe
For rt'iit Furnished rooms with steam
heat and electric lis.'' ts. Apply t Mrs.
P. Chapman, Chapman block.' dl9-tt"
Children's knit iegina, mittens and '
hWMaaa -a til', lit1 ut Invoat n.i.wU m I
the New York Cash Store. dl3tf !
t.-, aaaw to ,!wt Phriatm.. n,..ns '
if look over those Indian and ioreign j
curios, sea shells and -novelties, at Wind
Margaret Shroeder wishes to announce
that -he is prepared to do all kinds of
sewing. Residence across track from the
Wasco warehouse. dlf-lv
Have you seen those kcit goods at tbe
Kew York Cash Store? Fascinators,
ice-wools, circular ehawls, mittens and
Clark and Falk have just received a
mil 1,ne 're"b Yelox papers and de-
in bis recent demonstration at onr store,
Cigars for Christmas in Pandsome !
boxes of 12. 13, 25, 50 and 100; every ;
popular brand, cheap, at Grant's the
i only exclusive cigar store in the citv
sale of mitlinerv at tbe
Campbeli A Wiison milhnerv palor?
One-third off regular price of entire
stock. Sale wil
why pay $1.76
ojmmue anin nrst oi
K11 kw'uu aui luiunui
yon can buy James E.
Pattnn ' ann nnwil ..am. In. .1 A
--non ,n9ntMH tX, ?; ni,fcA
Falk, agents. ml
Acker's Eogiish Remedy will stop a
pnnifh at inr lima anrl avail ....-.. tk.
wor9t coid in twe,Te' hoan or moa9f re
landed. 25 cts. and 50 etc, Biakeley,
ii vuu wish 10 retain a natural coior
to yonr hair, stop its falling out, eradi-
dandruff and make it soft, fine and j
wavey, then use Artsto Hair Food. For ;
aaie by Clarke .V Falk poa to Sice pha-
Are yon ready for cold weather? If
not yon should provide yourself with
some of those knit goods from tbe New
York Cash Store. A large assortment
of these goods for women and children
may be seen at the New York Cash '
stomacn. Jianv times 1 woald be uo
The largest and beet collection of Ore-1 able to retain a morsel of food. Finally
f" and Ind'n views in tbe city at , I was con6ned to my bed. Doctors said
WiiJer 'photo stndio. Boawnir size, I could not live. I read one of vow
10 cents : medium , 15 cents : large oi.ee, ! advertisements on Kodol Dvspepeia 6ure
2o cents. Remember these views are and ttought it fit my case and com
hnished on aristo and bromide carbons menced its use. I began to improve
and guaranteed for all time. ul7-lw i from the first bottle. Now I am cnred
Acker. Dyspepsia Tablet, are .old on VSZ&LJEXl
positive guarantee. Cures heart-burn,
M"1D ,ri,; 'I00; fl"trM8 "
or any form of dyspepsia. One little
tablet gives immediate relief. 25 cts
and 50 cts.
Biakeley, the druggist.
for a limited period the
both papers for $2 a year, bubscriptione
thif offer mW ip in '
; : l
Moki Tea positively cures Sick Uead-
achei -, tlj m,,, and constipation. A
delightful herb drink. Removes all
'nptjon' of tbe skin, producing a perfect
complexion, or money refunded. 25 cts
and 50 cts. Biakeley, tbe drouist.
a I l a- a .
11 anyunng an. your nair, go and see
fraser; be . the headquarters for all
IST ZSST that" "h.
es a .redaltv of these goods. tf .
jMt wet lh affected part freely with
Mf.00" P-in Care, a Scotch remedy,
j, by citk 4
Sabecribfor Ths Cnaoairi a.
Union and Second Streets. Local Phone 92.
j ' ' j
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We offer one hundred dollar reward
for My q not te
cnrej Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cuknkv & Co. Trops., Toledo, O.
; We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 yeare, and be-,
lieve birr perfectly honorable in all bnsi-
nnae -c nnnil i i r- a nnl A n n n ai a 1 1 ti nktn . '
J carry out any obligations made bv their )
West A Trnax, Wholesale Druggists, To- i
! ieao, naiumr, xwinnnn or .Marvin. I
f ledo, O., aiding, Kinnan
t . r - ,
1 hoie8al,? ""MBMi loiedo, Ubio.
Ha!. 's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nallv artincr Hiwlr nnno th. hlrwl H
ni neons surfaces of the system.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Prop., Toledo O.
Sold by drruggists, price 75c.
Tt aire Cam ill- Pilla ihi (In Haat 19 I
Health and Beautjr.
AfKKr complexion is nsoally tbe re
sult of a torpid liver or irregular action
of the bowels. Unless nature's refuse is
carried off it will surely cause impure
blood. Pimples, boils and other eruptions
follow. This is nature's method of
j throwing off tbe poisons which the bowels
failed to remove. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are world famous for remedying
this condition. They stimulate the liver
and promote regular and bealthv action
of the bowels bnt never cause griping,
aaliaaa n rlint i mmm C.fn nilla PU.kA
& Falk's P. O. Phafmacy.
lit av fcl C V UUICU
All women sensibly desire to be at
tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
because it is the outward manifestation
of inner pnrity. A healthy woman is
always attractive, bright and happy.
Wt.en every drop of blood in the veins is
paws a beauteous flush is on tbe cheek, j
But when tbe blood is impure, morose- j
ness, bad temper and a sallow complex
ion tells tbe tale of sickness all to plain-
ly. And women today know there is no
beauty without health. Wine of Cardni
crowns women with beautv and attrac-;
tiveness by making strong and healthy ;
j those organs which make ber a woman.
Try 9?? l m0nth
yonr irltadt WlH b.ard'y know ya'
We will pay $25 reward for tbe arrest
and conviction of any person trespassing
upon the football park, molesting or de- :
straying tbe fence. Small boys who ;
have been digging holes under the fence
are liable to arrest and are included in
Belden H. Gravt. i
' it- rtrnwrnm,
d4 lm Otib Pattekso.n.
To Whom It May
At a meeting of The Dalles City j
conncil held on Monday night Dec. 9, !
1901, it was moved and carried onani-1
monsly : "That the city marshal be or-
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,ter Ja"""""? li 1902, from all parties in ;
les Cita wno shall then own bouses j
or other oostrnctions that hava not been1
rrujL,v,; ' lrL,ln puoiic eireia or me
Saved Hi. Life.
"I wish to say that 1 owe my life to
Kodol Dyspepsis Cure," writes H. C.
Chrestenson of Uayfieid, Minn. "For
lbre5 ye?re 1 troubled dyspepsia
10 1 1 eonld hoid nothing on my
t Falk's P. 0. Pharmacy.
Chance of Heailijuartera,
The headquarters of Tbe Dalles and i
Sbaniko stage line i. now at tbe Colom
hi a Hotel. Stage leave there for .Shan-,
. iko every morning, except Sunday, at 6 ,
: o'clock. Passenger rate to Sbaniko $2. !
20u-tf J. M. Toombv, Agent.
Sew Shea lui
Harold Hansen announce, that he b
started a shoe shop in tbe East End, t
next to the Kkibbe Hotel. All kinds of 1
repair work done
... ci. aa.
unas. neplegle, Atwater,
verv had sbane. He savs :
a great deal with say kidi
I did so and in toor days I was able to
go to work
I am entirely
wsU." Clarke Palk
are the beat advertisers for Foley's
Honey and Tar and all who aes it aevee
that It is a splendid remedy for cough., i
or sore lungs. Clarke 4 Falk. '
Dalies, portiam & Astoria
OAK STREET DOCK,
at 7 A. M.
at 7:00 A. M.
DAILY EXCFPT BrXPAV.
W. C. ALL A WAY, General Aeent,
Tbe Dalles, Oregon.
I hare 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.
$ Purest Liquors
Delivered to &ny
858 Long Distance.
fw WndR. Mm
Headquarters for Seed Grain of an kinds
Headquarters for Feed Grain oi eii km
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, an kmdt
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts, tr,".1
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle-
. tOn FlOlir Tbi lr
Lb a 3 S ZXr m " " -
Highest Prioea Paid far Wheat. Barley and Oats.
tSSXEM KtUIVDnVll DH I O
For sale by Geo. C. Biakeley , Toe Dallas, Or
THE COlUilla MM 6t.,
M A-N r FA CTT RKK8 OF
Fine Lard and Sausages
Curers of BRAND
HAMS & BACON
JRIF.D BEEF. ETC.
New ideas in Wall Paper here. Such
a ide variety as we are showing never be
fore graced a single stock. Real imita
, tion creton effects at ordinary prices.
Good papers at cheap paper prices.
Elegant designs, tasteful colorings, yonrs
for a small price, at onr store on Third
street. Also a fall line of house paints.
D. W. VATJSE, Third St.
for Family Use
part of the City.
173 Second Street
is manufactured exDreaalv for famll
v sack is guarantoed to rive aaiiaftaAtian.
They overeome Weak-
to aaiadai .1
tafforM nd oody" No
While Collar Line.
'Portland, The Dallas and
Leaves Portland at 7 a. m. on Toes
dav, Thursday and Saturday.
Arrives The Dalles, seme day, 5 p. m.
Laavea The Dallas at 7 a. m nn Rnn.
! day, Wednesday and Friday.
Arrives Portland, same day, 4 p. m.
Meals the Very Best.
This Route has the Grandest
Scenic Attractions on Earth.
Daily Round Trips except Sunday.
Leave Portland 7 a.m.
Leave Astoria 7 p. m.
Landing and office Foot of Alder
Street; both phones, Main 351, Port
E. W. Crichton, Aeent Portland,
Pratber and Barnes, Ats., Hood River,
Welford A Wyers, Agt.. White Salmon.
.1. C. Wyatt, Agent, Vancouver,
A. J. Taylor, Agent Astoria.
R. B. Gilbreth, Agt., Lyle, Wash.
J. M. FILLOON, Agent, The Dalies.
M. Z. DONNELL,
. 8. scaumca,
Max A. Vocr.
First national Bank.
THE DALLES ... OREGON
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, .abject to Bight
Draft or Check.
Collections mad and proceeds promptly
i emitted on dav of collection.
Bight and Telegraphic Exchange sold ca
Kew York, Ban Franeiseo and port-
D. P. Taoatrsoa. Jao. 8. Sonant a.
En. M. Williams, Geo. A. Libbs.
H. M. luu.
W- W. WILSON, Manager.
First-qa&s 19 Euery I?e6p?et.
finals at f(H ours.
PRIVATE PARTI E8 SERVED.
Tbe uble always supplied with tbe
bast in tbe market.
74 Front fit, near Court. The Dalies.
BO. R. CAMPBELL,
. -rrtpwtton, Bridge, Railroad and Water Supply
V. Mine and Rapart lead aurvayiac, If ap-
aT ada-easr. O. Boe Sla. TU PaiXRa. OR