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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1921.'
New Pipe-Organ Motor-The Con
gregational church has just received
- a new electric motor to operate the
pipe organ. The Junior Aid society
was instrumental In procuring this
new equipment. '
Dr. McAfee To 8peak Wprd was
received in the city today that Dr. Mc
Afee, executive secretary of the Port
land federated churches, will be in 'the
city Sunday and Monday. He will fill
two of the cfty pulpits Sunday, and
will address a mass meeting ot usen
at the Methodisl church Monday even
ing." Gasoline Motor Car Goes Through
The Union Pacific railroad com
pany's gasoline passenger car stop
ped in The Dalles yesterday enroute
to the Albina car shops for repairs.
The- car Is operated by two gasoline
engines, developing a total of 250
horsepower. It was formerly on the
Umatilla-Pendleton run, which has
Baptist Brotherhood Meeting The
semi-monthly supper of the Brother
hood of the Baptist church was given
at the church last night. H. W.
Arbury spoke and also directed
the sing. Professor Greene spoke on
"The Measure of a Man." The next
meeting will be an out-door affair l .
which the families will be Invited.
To Welcome New Members To
welcome new members into the fold,
a reception will be tendered by mem-
bers of the Congregational church to
those entering Into membership since
the Rev. E. Goudge accepted the pas
torate of the( local church, Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock. The reception
will be held In the-'parsonage. In addi
tion to members, prospective members
and frienSs of the church will be
Foreman Didn't Abuse Men Rep
resentatives of the local central la
bor council met last night with May
or P. J. Stadelman and members of
the city street commission, In regard
to the reported abuse of laborers at
the city rock quarry by George' Car
rol, foreman. No evidence of direct
abuse or brutal treatment was
brought out, the central labor coun
THE BEST BIG SISTER IN THE WORLD
Thursday, April 14.
Grand opening. City Market.
Good things to eat, cooked and uncooked.
Everybody welcome. Lunch served at noon.
iDon'fstop to dress. Come in jour working togs.
Law paid a fine of flO in the police
court for his experiment.
Mra. Katherine Lehmann Dies
Mrs. Katherine Hahn Lehmann, 49
years old, died early this morning
at the family home in Thompson's
addition following a brief illness. She
Is survived by her husband, Christ
Lehmann and by one son. Funeral
services will be held from the Luth
eran church. The date for the fun
eral has not been set. The body is
at the Crandall Undertaking com
pany's mortuary parlors.
One Acquitted, One Fined Charged
with possession of intoxicating liquor
at a recent dance given in the Cheno
wlth grange hall, Edward Colby was
acquitted yesterday afternoon ny a
jury in the justice court' and allowed
to go free. T. W. Comstock, also
charged with the same offense, had
previously entered a plea of guilty
and had been fined ?25 by Justice
of the Peace J. W. Allen. Represent
ing Colby, Attorney Paul W. Chil
ders contended that his .client had
only taken a "couple of drinks, sucn
as any red-blooded American might
do," and that In his opinion, the
offense did not merit -punishment
Psychology Lecture Well Attended
The lecture by C. A. Greene, given
at the library last night, was well
R. L. Allle of Lyle is a guest at the
R. W. Guinther of Boyd la register
ed at the Bank hotel.
L. C. Heneghnn of Maupin is a busi
ness visitor to The Dalles.
J. E. Kennedy of Wamic is' in The
Dalles attending to business matters.
f TODAY IN CONGRESS
By United Press
Continues discussion of Colombian
Senator Cummins to call up resolu
tlon for Investigation of railroads.
Finance comm'ltteo to meet to set
time for beginning tax hearings.
To consider revised emergency tar
The Bett Bio Sitter i
Are You Missing '
The rare treats we serve every
evening betweon 5:30 and S o'clock.
Table D'Hote dinners, $1.00. Hotel
'Dalles. ' . ' ( ib
The Bett B'g Sister
Free Clinic No Charge For Examina
tionTuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr. Damn, chiropractic physician,
Third and Washington, main 501. tf
The Best Big Sister
Typing and Stenography
done at reasonable rates. Rosina A.
Fleck. Office Hotel Dalles. Resi
dence phon red 2332. tf
'Mr. and Mra. Roy Wheeler
Shanlko are at Hotel Dalles.
elf delegation today declarinK that!'attended- Professor Greene is a teach-
the entire affair had been settled 'er of Psychology and his lecture "The j
i V. 1
Hair Tonic Grows Hairy Taste
Discouraged by the lack of results ob
tained from continued use of hair
tonic, as a cure for dandruff and kin
dred scalp afflictions, A. J. Law' yes
terday evening decided to try an in
ternal application of his favorite hair
restorer. Several drinks caused him to
vision a beautiful crop of hair upon
his pate. Several more drinks and he
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nau lorguueu uie uiiaimu imriiuae ui
the perfumed liquid. He woke this
morning in the city jail" with a "hairy"
feeling in the roof of his mouth, onlv
removable by use of much cold water.
A Series of Human Interest
Talks on Insurance
What Does Your
Banker Think of the
"First, he is prude," said
one banker, "if the applicant for
a loan carries ample insurance
we know he is providing for the,
"Banks loan money on the
character of the man more than
on the proposition submitted.
Insurance guarantees that the
man's plans will not be sacri
ficed if he dies," said another
"A man can create a larger
estate with small amount of
money by taking life insurance
than any other way and he also
creates a compulsory saving,"
said another prominent banker.
"A man with a family should
bo more go without life insur
ance than go without food and
clothing. A single man should
take life insurance for he gets
it cheaper and the time will
come when he will be sure to
need it," commented another
' Think it over and talk with
F. W. WOOLLEY
The Dalle;' Oregon
Fountain, of Youth," held the atten
tlon of his audience. -He Hkeneu
thought to the ,strams of water whicii
flow on and on, sometimes clear and
beautiful and at other times muddy
and impure. He spoke of health as thts
most valuable of all possessions, say-
,'ing that he would not eliminate any
curative agency, physician or prac
tloner, but emphasized the thought
that the fountain of youth lies within
us' and that vitality and intellectual
'power can be retained and developed
by the principles of psychology.
The Best Big Sister
Bring Your Friends In
to our noon luncheons, GO cents. You
will be satisfied. Hotel Dalles. . IC
The Best Big Sister
By the young people's married class
of the First Christian church, at Cor
son's Music house, Saturday, April 1C.
-The Best Big Slster-
don't talk but a try on will tell you
how different a properly modelec
shoe can feel. Edw. C. Pease Co. 13
The Best Big Sister
Modern Woodmen Attention
Special business Thursday evening.
State Deputy J. O. Burgess will make
an official visit. 14
will give a benefit 'social for needy
brothers at the K. of P. hall Wednes
day evening, April 13, A general good
time Admission 35 cents. 13
Dalles Chapter No. 6, R. A. M.
Special convocation this,
lnesday evening, 7:30
P. m. work in .M. m. tie-
gree. visiting companions
welcome. By order of H. P.
THOMAS R. HUDSON, secretary. 13
The W, C. T. U. will meet at the
Y. V. C A. roomB, Thursday after
noon at 2:30, 1.1
An 'organization meeting of the
Wasco county district of the Oregon
Growers' Cooperative association will
no held Saturday, April 1C. at 2 p. m
sharp at the court house.
. All fruit and vegetable growers
who have signed up should be pres
eat. Any growers who desire to Join
are, Invited to attend the meeting.
V. O. EVANS, field raaaager. 14wl5
.Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Morrow of Was
co are registered at Hotel Dalles.
A. L. Ageres of Heppner is a guest
at Hotel Dalles.
J. H. Pease of LaGrande Is visiting
with friends in The Dalles.
John Neville of Portland, is a busi
ness visitor in The Dalles.
W. B. Brown of Mitchell was in the
Ben Sharp made a business' trip to
Underwood, Wash., yesterday.
L. C." Henneghan. of Maupin was in
the city on business, yesterday.
M. M. Burtner of Dufur was in The
J. E. Kennedy is a Wamic visitor
in the city today.
Charles Creighton went to Portland
yesterday on business.'
IL. Douglas of Dufur is in the city
TJio Rev. John Robertson of Dufur
Is in The Dalles today.
Jack Circle, Boyd blacksmith, Is In
The Dalles, today enroute to Klamath
H. A. Conners of Hood River was in
Tho Dalles yesterday attending 10
W. H. Ragsdalc of Shanlko was a
business visitor in The Dalles yester
'day. John Priday, prominent stock man
of Gateway, was a business visitor in
'i'he Dalles yesterday.
' Mr. and Mr3. Benton Miller of Pres
sor, are visiting with friends in The
D. E. Stephens, superintendent of
the Moro experiment station, was iu
The Dalles yesterday conferring wiU
E. R. Jackman, county agent.
Miss Margaret Bonney of Port
land is visiting in Tho Dalles with
Misses Lottie Phillips and Elizabeth
Clarence Ellis, local young man at
the University of Oregon, has been
pledged to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity, according to word reach
ing this city.
The Best Big Sister
Castle Gate Coal
We are unloading a car of Castlo
Gate Utah coal. Send us your orders.
Prompt service. Maler & Schanno. IS
The Best Big Sister
There's A Difference
If you've been a "ready made" man
in the past, be a "made to order man"
In the future. First class hand tailor
ed suits to measure, $35.00 and.up. W.
R. Webber, one block east of post
office. , 6tf
The Best Big Sister
Eyes tested, glasses fitted. Dr. Geo.
V. Newhouse. tt
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Three-room furnished
apartment. 400 We3t Third. Tele
phone main 3471. 15
SERVICE DRUG STORE
D. W. Yantis, Mgr.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
from the Best Drugs.
Kodak and Photographer's Supplies
. Toilet Articles
Two Doors West of Parlor Grocery
Telephone Main 2451
FOR SALE Or trade for-piuno, Mod- j
el 75 Overland. P. W. Province,
420 East Fourteenth. , 15
'FOR RENT 'Nicely furnished room
for one or two gentlemen. 313 East
mn street. in
FOR SALE Good 1100 pound marc,
single, double or saddle, with buggy '
and harness. Novelty 'Works, 518
East Second street. 14
WANTED Pasture for 15 horses for
summer. Must be good. L. W. Walk
er, route 3, The Dalles. Telephone
BEST FOR BUILDINQ BEST FOR SPRAY
FRESH CAR JUST UNLOADED
Tum-a-Lum Lumber Co.
806 E. Second St.
0 To improve its
telephone service The
Chronicle has installed
in its office.
For the business office,
circulation and adver
call Red 111
call Black 111
Men's Work Clothes I
At the Market's Lowest Prices
You can't do better than to buy your working clothes from A. M. Wil
liams & Co., for we arc members of the R. C. U., a buying organization of
six hundred and seventy stores with large buying forces in both Chicago and
New York, who take advantage of any market condition to be had in large
quantity buying. We buy for cash direct from manufacturers, and are in a
position to give" you the best of quality merchandise at prices to meet all
competition. Remember here you get the best for the price no matter what
Men's Blue Bib Overalls, heavy wt,
full cut, well made .'....$1.19
Men's Boss of the Road Bib Over
Men's Khaki Mechanic Suits
At $2.19 and $2.48
Men's Cowden Khaki and plain Blue
Service Suit. It's a bear for wear,
Men's Khaki Pants, (union made)
Men's Sweet-Orr, best grade khaki
Pants, (union made) $3.00
Men's Gabardine Pants, extra fine
Men's Cotton Work Pants, grey and
grey stripes $1.98
Men's Work Pants, better grades
and makes $2.98 to $3.50
Men's Khaki Riding Breeches, best
make, Sweet-Orr $3.50
Men's extra fine quality Gabardine
Riding Breeches $5.25
Men's Work Shirts, Chambray, Che
viot and Khaki. Prices 59c and 98c
Men's Corduroy Pants, good grade
mill run from one of the best
Men's Work or Dress Socks, black,
brown and grey, 15c and 2 for 25c
Men's Canvas Gloves 13c
Men's Gauntlet Gloves, leather fac
ed .. 25c
Men's Gauntlets, leather faced
At 33c and 50c
Men's Spring and Summer weight
Drawers and Shirts 49c
Men's Union Suits, Porosknit, Nain
sook and Balbriggan, 98c to $2.00
Men's Dress Shirts, golf style, all
good patterns $1.19
Men's Dark Brown Elk Scout Shoes
Men's Army Shoes, $3.48 and $4.98
Men's Mahogany Dress Shoes
At $4.98 and $5.50
Men's Glazed Horse Hide Dress
Shoes, wide toe and rubber heels,
When Ijou Think Dru Gcxxte-TJunk?