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We are sole ageuts for the ICE KINO, galvanized :
and porcelain enamel lined; will not break, scratch, i
or corrode. Last a life lime, always e.weet and clean.
Noted Ar An
Ornamental as well as
All sizes and prices
E. ANDROSS Ph 9-1
Residence Phone 367
Undertakers and Embalmers I
(-- Stellwell & Vandermuelen, Proprietors.
WHOLESALE AND.- RETAIL - BUTCHEPS.
' ; Highest market price paid for all kinds of butchers'
stock Hides, pelts and furs. Also chickens & poultry .
1 1, Dry Chain & ,6-inch Slab Wood
t'.i- All orders given prompt
i ' . Greenwood st. and 3rd and
J i left at either yard promptly delivered.
. - Price Reduced to three dollars.
; Phone 571
. Vice President
J. M. Bkbrt...
J. H. Oilmen.
La Grande, Oregon
? CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $72,000.00
' Transact a general banking business. Buys and sellsj'.exchange on
- (11 part ol the world.
To Fix-Up Your Places.
We can supply you with the stuff for fences and
All kinds of lumber and buildiing material.
STODDARD LUMBER CO.
CHOICE TIMBER CLAIM?
It is a Good M.Hn
Toeeeamnn lnlor.-st.-.l . i
site. shows I"" ;'' ,f
t. ity nnn nin " . , K,
Many fortune, hnvo I""' Ul, lr
iu the purchase ot
the land Improvn "'''" '' f Vou
Uoderldlly inc-es ''rnr.nnl,v
pre lookinK f w"Hn .l
drop in and see li(r(!lu, in
La Grande Investment
jUO Adam Avenue,
1202 Adams Ave
attention. Yards onl
Puliuer st. Orders
3. M. Berry, J. M. Church
A. B. Conloy, K. Smith
I,. C. Stanley
ational d vnk
Collections a specialty.
H. W. NIBLEY
locate you on some
in Wallcwa County
Boise, Idaho, May 24,-Tbe p'nt of
the Highland Power Oompaoy on
Bote river, 20 mile abo tbe eiy
ni swept away yeeterday attuaoon.
The Iom is tbout S1W.0U0. the river
bad been dammed with a crib dam
and the power bonie itood under lb
river bank sixty (est below tbe dam.
Tble p'aot was uatd tor pumping wat
er for plnoer mining and waa to be
eonTarted into an eleetrio p'ant when
tbe placer ground bd txeu exhausted.
Tbe home office of tbe oompsoy is in
New Hampshire. ; i
Baker City, Ore., May 24. Tb.
Brat wool aalea of tbe Maaon in Bakei
county were consummated in ibis city
today. .Frank H. Johnaon ot Boise
baa porahaaed all the big olipe in the
county, principal of which i' that ol
Lee btotbara, w. Q. Ayre, Whittier
brotbera and Baker. 1 .
Shearing haa only just commenced
in this section, and these saW were
made in advaooe of the olipe b tag de-
l.vered in warebouae. Tue prioar
paid rango horn 10 1-2 to 12 eeota per
roord. Mr. Johnson aaya tbat wiile
I al n wool told for 12 end 13 oents
the Baker county produot being to
much heavier, the grower here will rc-
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 24
BY THE FOLLOWING CASTE.
Lord and Lady Buzz Fuzz
Duke and Duchess of Van Deiman's Land .........
.Tom Williamson, Dollie Zuber
Lord and Lady Curly Pate
Chester Hansen, Elsie Ackles
Fairy God Mother. . . . .
Major Do mis ,
Fairy Birds Lucy Harmon, Ruth Cotner, ' Bessie '
Buehler, Nora Arbuokle, Irrna Marten,' Lela Sampson,' '
Etha Thomas, Morrel Dickinson; Eva Cotner, Emma "
Lottes, Fern Sampson, Dorothy Connolly, Frances .
Thomas, Helen Murphy, Marie Snodgraes,' Jean Grant,
Agnes Graut, Cecile Lily, Ethel Connors. ' '
Cinderella's Special Maids Edna Taylor, Genevieve
ChristofJerson, Ruth Meade, Louise Schilke, Mand
Cotner, Maud Snodgrass, Alberta Hopper, Lucy
Cinderella's Footmen Charlie Harding, Robbie
Pattisou, Willie Snodgrass. ' '
Coachman.'. Herbiu Ormond
Cinderella's Body guard Eennitn Bartlett
Dot and Spot .Cinderella's Ponies
Prologue Cludore'la at her mother's grave. She is visited
by the spirit of bor mother. Angel chorus by (airy birds and
At.T I.-Ono boor is supposed to hnre elapsed between pro
loKuo -nil ni t oiio. Kitvhen in (Jiuderellu's home. Wouldn't you
give your little earn to go? Tho wiouod mottle instructs her
(ImilihliTH how to win the Prince at the ball The miKel mother
conioH to comfort Cinderellu, and briiiKs the fairy birds to pick
tip the pens; they nlso briug hor jewels aud wearing apparel to
attend tho I'riiiim'n ball .
ACT II doil Mother transform a
horses, footmen aud coachmen, using
ACT III -Scene in tlw Kinu's pa'ui'e Cinderella Is timbered
in. Prince AIopkh ful s in love with her end chooses hor for bis
partnur iu the Court Lancers, ( lndnreilu (lies, iusiiiK her slipper
which the Prince finds. '
ACT IV Scene in Clu lnrella's Immn. Cinderella tests tuo
Prince's live by picking the leave, from the daisy. Imririu and
anijer of mother and steimisters at nut winning -h'n Prince, huz
comes seeking tbo frincedii; is followed by 1'iiuc.e AI0117.1. 't he
mo'lier and sisters hide inderelln nnd. r the wlmhtiib. i'hn
mother tries to tit the slipper on her own daughters hy cutting
their toes hi d psriug their heels. Tliu baity (.oil Mother to the
rescue. The slipper is lilted on Clnde 1 lla. Arrival of tbe King
wbo sanctions the marriage of the Prince and Cinderella. The
betrothal scene, 1 ind..rella is serenaded by hor maids. Tabteuv
of Angel Mother and ber fairy birda. ( io minutes Is supposed
to have elapsed between acta 2 and 3. Between .1 and 4 one night
and day ) The angel mother la everywhere present but supposed
to be invisible. 1 here will be teal Dorses and a coach for ( in.
dvrella, and a beautiful dance hy moonlight by Cinderella's
maida, tbe moon rising and setting In full view of tbe audience.
Admission, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Beat oo 8eU Monday, May 3i
otive a third more per. sharp!
Ratnrday evening at tbe boinaof Mr
and Mra W 11 Rohneokamp Mlaa Beetle
Bohuenkamp entertained a number ot
her yoaoir Irieiids' in commemoratlos
of her eighteenth birthday.
Varloua game were played, alee
maeical program tendered sod latar
from thethlrd floor oaan awaet strain of
music from Prol Sim peon 'a orchestra
and it required no second invitation for
tbe young people to all Join hands and
circle to the left. Releabmenta were
served and well, we, won't tell ttn
hour when th y bid tbetr hostess good
morning and their expression ot many
more such pleasant birthdays were OB
the lips oi all.
These present were:
Lena and Gland Jones; Effie sad
Virgil Bmlihr Victoria Duyreei Wilms
Taylor, Elva Enloe, Lola Gulling
May White, Florence Ladd, Olive
Crawford, Dollie Zuber, fclleo Grady
Winnie Ormood, EvaMcKennon, Elale
A,klea, Justin. Clark. Ad. Vest, Va
McCov. H.sel . orbett, Nelll and,""""" .
Annie Walsh, Mulrel Oouduough,
Krank Bay, Walter Booker, William
anaeon, nesur nanseo, vi.-r.uc,
w7,' ". up i. good shape vnd there will soon be
and Archl Stone, Archie Bacon, Ralph I S1lmfigtm ,0,to tbe
Baynolda, Bert, Ollmaa. , William... . ... :
Sbenmod, Robert Androsa, Harry Ftoa ,",f v - " m;-.
and Bkrl Zundell.
A Colored Bishop
A dispatch from Los Angeles of May
23 save . I
The returns on the ballot (or three!
missionary bishop, were announced
this morning as follows: Rev J B Soott I
01 Louisiana, eieuwamisiiuuaryowiiuiF
to Africa, be is the first colored man to
be so bonrel ; Rev W P Oldham and
Rev J P Robinson were elected as ad
ditional missionary bishops la southern
. . .Elsie Ackles
. .Mrs Simpson
Charlie Cross, Elva Enloe
.....W I Bisonett
, .Ellen Grady, Ivy Long
...Dean Smith '
...MRS W B SARGENT
pumpkin into coach,
a rat and mice fur tbe
CoJombtuOhio' May t Tl Hearst
mss tonight claim a majority of 20 in
the etata eeatiel eommittes tomorrow
whan the contests will be determined.
Tba Bryau-H..arst moa call tbeuiaelve
"reswears'? and the others "reorganla
era," Their opponents call tbemaelves
"eonaarvaUvea". and the other rsdl-
taleV. . ,. v.,
. She Bryaa-Hearst men' poll for tbe
72S delegate 1 Basulara 861; Beor
gaalaer 172; doubtful 200, tbe last
named Including contested,. Mats, The
Conservative say the contest will be
decided in their favor bythe committee
oa credsatlali no matter what the atete
committee does ; that their poll shows
823 consensu tee and 200 radicals. '
Without the 200 en tested seats and
when tbe convention ia permanently
orsanUed any Ulloj will .bow 823 .on.
Contractor Mara ia adding several
teams to his list ot HK'k haulara every
. h. onened
' (billing Eve its
May 24 Oregon' State Grange,
Ooryallia. . -u''"."
I May 28 Onion County fioneer. '
May 7-xs Asaoolalton, ba oranae.
June ft General flection In Oregon.'
Jnno 16-16 17 Oregon . encamp
me0, q 4. good Bivet'.'. '. --.V;
june 22 Tbirtvoeoond annual re-
onion Oregon Pioneer., Portland. t
June . 29.24.-25 Ntb.wissi Sports
nun's ournament, Pend'-'oo, ,
August 22-27 American. t Minitt,
Congress, Portland. , , v.-
Notice To Water Consumer!
Ordinance No 2 provide' thai
Tbe water tales shall be due payable
n advano at the office of City Be.
oorder on the Arat day ol each 1 month
(except for meters, wbiob are payable
unth e Hras rlsv .of the . .UMeedinc
rotmtl') ; d j' isid within, the. s pabv 0 was ul))ot tocrou..
first ten rty- 't.ti; ' r. will be shut , spells and we w uld ,be very uines
ff the premif aid i.ot . tumed on jabout blm. We began using' Chsi
until psvmei t is msile nl amouut due. berlain' Cough Kemidy in 1887, ai
with one id; ir in additi.in tor the ex-; finding it suob a reliable remedy In
penseof dinning water B and on..' colds and croup, we have never ben
This rule shall be strictly enfo od he-1 without it in the bouse since tba
sinning with the 23rd. of tbia month,
H. O. Oilman,
Classified ;Ad j
. Mr Shearer.' ''
FOR G ALE Two acre block with new
. 8 room house, barn, out houses, well
improved 91600, time given on part.
This will beer Investigation situated
onIN Cherry and N street,
4-2 tf .1 ft ..-; p. Fred waring, ;
FOR SALE 00 cordo, 16 inch, yellow
pine and fjflr . wood, at a bargain. For
.particulars ee r, 8 B Hawortn,
4-27t( ,. Pre, La Grande Btorrge Co.
WAN TED The Bos Meat Market
will pay the highest cssh price for.
. obickens and poultry, in any quan-
tlo. ,t . , ' ' . ,
FLA NTS FOR HALE Partfii Wihl g
vegetable 'plkntv or 'p'Snsy plants- will
do well to csll upon .Mrs 0 M Taal
She has all kiitd. of plitnu for nfe at
moderate ' priis ' Parties de-irltigtO;
plant ' (liiwer up n ti e Br.vo. of
their friends nd telatlvee will llrn!
exactly what tbe. want at hr bom-.
Mrs f M Taal, U Grande Oregon.
FORRKN'f-3 ro m house for house
keeping apply to Mr. 8 O Zuber, 6 lltf.
FURNlKHfcD KOOMa Parties dcir,
ing nicely furnished 'rooms spply to
G D Simmons oorner'8 and M street
FOR SALE Lumber and shingle for
salt 2 blocks north car .hi p by F 6
Kewsome. ' 6 13 27 ' 1
Way to reach Wallowa
county is to patronizi the
TATION G0M FAN Y,
; " leave Elgin
and arrive at Elgin daily
Special rat- s to Parties
Livrry Stable Accommoda
tions. Proprietors own stables at
Joseph and Lostine.
' Elgin office at City Hotel
28 reward to any
persoo who shall
give evidence which shall convict any
oo of unlawfully driving or taking
stock from the pea'ars of th Williams
.estate known a the Grand View, range
I Apply to 1 01 B St Old Towu, Poena '
IKS May 18tf
Tbe new blaoksmiih .hop just north
of tbe Star Grocer; on North ' "ir
Street ia now open and ready for work
All kioila of blaoksmllbing done aud
satisfaction guaranteed. Horseshoe
ing a specialty. .
, 6-18-6 26 , rk
Agents t Wanted., .
: 150 and up per month to energetic
repreeenUUves in every city and town
in Oretton, Waioington and Idaho,
Olgoltted, honouble, permanent and
immensely profitable emyloyment at
home or on the road ; aomethiog new,
send stamp or rail an office for details.
8Q0ARE ;DEAL BROKERAGE
COMPANY, ltfl, 7th St Fortlaud, Or.
,. Bid. for cutting stone on city
Job, by J L Mar.
John Mar aauta two experienoed
qoarymen immediatly and in a (ew
daya he will want 8 -toosculterj and
6 stone masons, '' tf
' Campers 'Attcntionr
Will furnish' gninC, end if desired
supplies, at Hl'gsr', pply to -i- -,
,-. 1 Mm J O Hart. Hilgard, (.'re. ,
: ": tf ' .
. Mr. John H. Oullom, Editor of tbe
Garland, Texas, N' we,, baa written
facturea congratulations' to 1 1 ianu
letter ol of Ohanherlin's Ouugi
Remety, as follows: "Sixteen yest
ago when our first Child " w-"
time. We have five children ana
have given it to all of them with
good results." For Sale by all drug
gist. . 1 - K- A 5' '
Dr , A charlton
Office at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Grande, Oregon Phone 1361
Salt Lril. Denver ft.
Worth. Omiha. Ksnsss
Oltj. St. Urals, Chicago
Portland. DtllM. Pen.
l iSOa m
aiewn, wan wan,
Dayton, Po meroi ,
Oolfai, Moscow, Spo-
. a th vis Hpo
.ruiuauu. . 1 1 ' . . . -i
mourn umstliia was
Moscow, Wallace War
dner, Hpokuae sod
l" sg, i
other point easianil
north via Hpoltans.
Imlilm .nil Plain
SS p m
Sunday oonnerilous at Elgin
m with stage for points
In Wallows omiuty
- Ooean Steamer, between Portland and
Ban Francisco every five day.
' E. C. MOORE, Agent.
. TheO K A N Co will sell round trip
tickets to St Ixmis and return from thl
city, with iwp over-privilege both
way for gut) Tickets only will lie on sslr
three data of each month only as fo.
Iowa, May II, li and 1, June 16, 17
and 1H, Ju'y 1, 2 and 3, August t, 0 and
10, Sept 5, ft and 7, Oct 3, 4 and 6
tiu mui' i-1)
I am now prepared to do all
kinds of scavenger work that is
generally dune by a scavenger,
and will call it vour place at
uny time. Cull nm up on phone
No. 18-11 or aildrerS box OV'i.
H N Maon
Silver Meddl Contest
v.rdne-d.y ev.i.iii.g M.y 25 there
will be silver nif d tl contest held in
Cie Ohrlsiain ohurch under the aus
pice, of lbs WOT V. Th entire
program will be published later.
! . JMaija.gerncnt,
The undersigned' his'pufcbaserl
the busins. kuowrtasth Harris
J (Dash Meat Market undjill hers
', after conduct the same. :
fthat we are prepare lo furnish b
all kinds of ineittsj (sme and i
poultry at (he very In'wesf' piiiios K
oousistaiit with nratlHit atfjcles P
, We . have. ou,oivu, d)iyerjr
and make two trips daily to5 the f
Old Towrl.w Highest' market l
price paid for all cuttle, hogs and
sheep. We solicit a share of
your.: patrouage aod , guarantee k
the very 'liest tlafuMoii.'C':'' -V.. - F
Phone, orders receive prompt fj
aud rarefil attention. :
,,: Harris meat warkeiaeMMihsrJ
track. ,3 Phone. -mUT&mSi
V . TURNER & WALTER,
All Kinds of Wo;
Wesley Davis doss, all kinds p( amy
engrr work, such as cleaning wells, i
po'.ls, 9U-. Hive him a call. 4 24 M
far quick relief (rem BIHai
SUk Headache, Torpid LUmr, Jaaa
dlos, Dlulness. and all trouble aris
ing from an Inactive or alugglsa St,
DsWIIt'i Utile Early Rlaara are aa-equalled.i-
, Thay act pretnptly'and fleVer grtpK
They are so dalmy that Ills a pleas are
to take them. One to two' act a A
mild laxallve; two or (our act as a
pleasant and effective oathartlo. They"
ars purely vegetsbl and absotusaly
Bamlaa.;.Thty touts the liver, j . .
. , . .'.. ) rssrAasfroabV'sT i-
B. C. DsWIlt at Co.. CtUwatf.
Sold By AM
D. Iftltftn' 'HotidigU'Ridt i
lJiisitr-Cnfys,-! ee(;Hnrus. r
'. A G .Idvi;. tfppo'rliinity See.
naVi'vi'.' fi'.uli'i: r..;- glorious
be luiy,- i.iil the acme ol :
mail's haWiworkft The first ia
found along - the ' line of the
Denver & Rio Grande Railroad
and the latter at the St. Louis
JVorid's Fair. Ytur trip will U
one of plensure jinake the0 moat
oi it. For information nd illus
traCed literatnre'write , "
W. O. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
Portland, Oregon :
4 M lir S .1 A'y- w ft 9 ' S
Why are (Jeddes Bros, kept so
busy? Why do they sell the beat
goO'is at ihe lowest prices.
Prolurred rit'k Tomatoes 8 for 50o
Prelerred Slock Corn .. 8 for 50c
Preferred Stock Balmon 8 for SOo.
Prelerred Stodk Pea 4 8 fof SOo i
Preferred Stock Deans 8 for SOo
Don't pay other grocers 20 cent,
a can lor anyol these goods. -Standard
tomatoes, oorn, bean
peas, etc., '1 for 2S cents.
Tbcy have tbe best butter made
In the va'ley, aud their creamery
butter Las no equal here. Try
Hand see. f ' . 4 v
Dili pickles, ' Helnse's ;' tnlnoe
meat, riwlft'a pickle " pig feet,
premium hems, loose olives.
Everything tatty , nice and cheap
lol-pnou 401 ... .
. -. r ...f.,,-. ... ..........ai.y.i..:
A gret opportunity for you . . v
.11 li veil to one of tbe beat at a
.try low price. I will make
tiin season wiili my imported
in ua iiojkuey stallion ,
STU NTNEY TASSO , ' .
With return privilege S pay.
.I1I0 iu advanced No' other 1
.erins. ..Can give good , efereo .j. ; .
! as to his colts.
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