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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921.
(From The Chronicle, April 1, 1896.)
The work of excavating for A. M.
Williams & company's new building
was suspended today, owing to the
old Jncobscn building not ycj remov
ed. Some blasting will have to bo
done, and while the old building re
mains it cannot be done.
The Umatilla house has discharged
its Chinese cooks and employed in
place of them some imported chefrf.
These are Mr. Carl Wagner, formerly
of Chllburg's restaurant, Tacoma, and
Albert Bergen, of the New Westmin
ster, Los Angeles.
The weather of the last few days
has not been cold enough to destroy
the fruit buds, and unless something
unusual in that lino happens, there
will be a tremendous output of fruit
In Wasco county. Mr. P. J. Stadelman
says there will bo a profitable demand
for good fruit the coming season, and
Mr. Schanno, speaking upon the sub
ject, says that Alaska will from this
on furnish u constantly growing mnr-
Jtet for fruit, especially winter apples'.
Mr. W. G. Kerns returned from the
Wapinltia country today, and con
firms all previous reports as to the
celerity of work on the McCoy ditch.
A feeling of security is now apparent
among all, caused from seeing a large
force of men dally pushing the work.
Mr. Ehrichsen, the contractor, Isot
firm in his prediction that the work
will bo finished In 90 days, and the
work as progressing now certainly
warrants the belief. This ditch when
completed, will open a largo and val
uable stretch of country to agriculture
and horticulture, which will quadruple
In vAlue when under water.
Mr. Kerns also reports there Is
shortly to be erected noar Wapinltia
a sawmill of 20,000 daily capacity. It
Is to be erected on the Mac D. Lewis
Mrs. J. P. Stewart, who has been 1
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Myers
for. sovoral years, wont to Portland
for a few weeks, where sho will visit
SPECIAL POLICE TO GUARD
VALUABLE ORE EXHIBITS
By United Presn
FOrfTLAND, April 1. The city
has granted a special dotall. of police
to guard the enormously, valuably
specimens of gold and platinum nug
gets, bullion and ores carrying free
gold that will be brought to the third
aunual International Mining conven
tion at Portland, April 6 to 9, princi
pally from Josephine county, Oregon,
British Columbia and Alaska.
The city is preparing to make the
convention the greatest of its kind
ever held. .
To Teachers and School Patrons of
Following the custom Inaugurated
by the county school superlntendeni
some years ago, of holding the annual
county school picnic at the Tygh Val
ley fair grounds; we, the teachers of
the Tygh Valley school, wish to an
nounce that our annual picnic will he
held at Tygh Valley, Saturday, April
16. All of the teachers, pupils and
school patrons of Wasco county are
cordially invited to attend; every
body bring the well-filled basket and
have a good time with us at the Tygh
Valley fair grounds, April 16th.
To make our picnic more interest
ing a competitive field and track meei
for ,thc pupils of Wasco county, will
be held the same day. Superintendent
A. E. Oronewald has sent a program
to all the teachers of Wasco county
and by 'this time the puplls'of the dif
ferent schools are practicing the va
rious events. In order to give us a
chance to have the field fully prep"r
ed, it is requested that principals and
teachers send Mr. Nedry a list
of the pupils to take part as well an
the event in which' each is listed,
some time before April 9: In order
to give the rural schools a better
showing, any pupil whp has attended
the school at any time during the
school year, wh'ettier he Is present,
attending or has dropped' out; will be
allowed to represent his school.
A short literary program will pre
cede the .field meet. Mr. Blanchard
will have charge of this p'art.of the
program and ail teachers interested
plccso get in touch with liim.in the
iH. S. NEDRY, (
J. P. BLANCHARD,
BEULAH B. BLANCHARD.
ATTEMPT IS NIPPED
By jnlted New
NEVV1 YORK, April 1. Hundreds of
tiny phials of cocaine and heroin con
cealed in walnut shells and diamonds,
Use It Then Decide
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ONCE WE SERVE YOU
with luncheon, afternoon tea or dinner we ex
pect you to be a constant visitor- to this res
taurant. We have found that fine food, good
service, pleasant appointments and moderate
prices appeal irresistibly to ladies who are in
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never have to be urged again. They come be
cause they want to.
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Tf OLYMPIC LUuAtclu your iWttt .
ewrai saHitarUu toiikd. jmcAs imHJ
aigrettes, paradise feathors. und
'bunches or gold watches hidden In
false bottoms of trunks and suit cases
were confiscated from Domlnlck Con
ti, according to customs officials,
when Conti, a second cabin passenger
on the ' Presldente Wilson, attempted
to go ashore with his luggage after de
claring he had nothing dutiable Al
together the drugs, diamonds, feath
ers and watches are worth $100,000,
customs men say. In a money belt
around Contl's waist the inspectors
said they found 120 additional phials
Tripp's .cleaning r.nd Dye works.
310 Union street. ' A20
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Dufur 7:30 a. m. and 1 p. ni. tt
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To The Public:
I have taken charge of the City Market form
erly operated by A. S. Milne and more recently b$
Leo F. Brune. The market will be known as Tay
lor's City Market. Wiethe efficient help of Messrs.
Gene Chrisman, Phillip Kaseberger and Edwin
Halfpap, I will try to maintain first class service,
selling the best quality of meats' at as low a price
as possible. 1
I will continue to operate the People's Market
at Third and Union streets with the help of Messrs.
George Penny and Fred Dutton. All patrorts of the
People's Market will receive the same attention and
service as in thepast.
The two markets will be operated as separate '
institutions, all charge accounts to be handled at
the. market where contracted.
With two markets I will be able to give the pub
lic a better service, the volume of business permit
ting me to buy at more advantageous prices in the
wholesale market. This saving will be passed oh
,to my customers.
I thank the people of The bailee for their past
patronage and earnestly desire their trade in the
ROY F. TAYLOR