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LA GRANDE, OREGON, . SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13. 1904
Russia Rejoices . Over
the Birth of an Heir to
the Crown Empress
8t Petorsb ir,r, Aug, 13. A on and
heir to the Russian throne was born
at 2 o'olock thie afternoon. The em.
prase and hei son are doing II The
ohiH will be chritnid AIni.
The birth so greatly wished for, that
of an heir to thii Russian crown.
curred in the Aieiatdr villa, one of
the group of lour small palaces in a
secluded ODrder cl tlie magnificent Pe
terhM park. In one ol these b lildinga
the em pre 18 has been living for weeks
The birth was attended by all the cer
emonial ordained by imp. rial Irani
Hon. In accordance with the
law third were pre eut besides the
emp-ror. Baron Frednicks. mutor ni
ceremonies, and Prince Dnlgorouky
grand marshal of oourt, and Dr Rott,
the emperor's physician. Dr Hirsh
was the surgeon in charge.
People thro gbout Russia, especially
r the olergy, bave bsen ryingfor an
beir to the throne. Incidentally Fath
er J ho of Oronecada. fanious Greek
priest who is worshipped by the people
. and naagreat influence ovnr the era
. peror, is said to bavd stated to bis
.. mijesly.bofore the first daught r wae
bora that the emperor would b ve sev
en daughters befoie be would bave a
eon. This prophecy was firmly be
. Mated by the Russian people.
. The announcement from Peterbof
.was immediately followed by a salute
of 101 guns from the impetial yacht
, lying at anohor off the palaoe. but it
was 2:45 p m when the guns of St
, Peter and St Paul fortresses, opposite
i the winter palaoe here, oooveyed the
glad tiding! to the poople of the Rus
Tbe effect was eleotrical. With the
boom of the first gun tbe people in
streets, who bad been momentarily
ipecting the event for 24 hours,
stopped to listen and count the guns.
Only 31 are filed for a girl. When
tbe thirty-aeojod boomed and tbe
people were aware that at last an heir
to the throne was born there were
: aoenes of rejourn everywhere and be-
fore tbe salute had fioish d the whole
oity bad blossomed ut witb flags and
bunting and tbe shipping in the har
bor waa dressed , .
Por land Aug. 13 Wheat Shi
ping Walla Walla 74c, bluestem 78o,
Milton, Ore., Aug. 13 Reeidente re
port tbat there are only one or two
vacant bouaea in town at this time.
Usually in the summer vacant houses
are plentiful. The tame con liiiona pre
vail at Freewaier. Renters find it al
most impossible to And houses, and no
fruit farms are for rent at sny prloe
western Theatrical association to in
teres! local caplial in the erection of a
50 000 opera house wl.ich will be a
rretllt to a muoh lareer city than
Walla Walla. Within the next few
days the names of those Interested
will be mads public
As there is an etpeciully good line of
attractiona booked for tbe coming boa
em ioimedlate steps will be taken to
complete arrsnneuienis for tbe new
Buffalo N Y Aug. 13 Mrs Delilab
George living near the town of L,an
caster, this comty today celebrated
her 107th birthday. Mrs Georite is liv
ing on the same farm where ehe has
lived for the pist ninty years. Among
ber early reoolleotions is tbat of the
burning of Buffalo by tbe Indians dur
ing the war of 1813.
Now I would advise all those who
bave not dined at tbe "Queen" to iry
tbeir Sunday Dinuer tomorrow .
tor Pollock, Proprietor, aaya be can
give tbe best meal, best service, and
most reasonable satisfaction 10 bis
trade, lor be understands bis business
and is prepared to accomodate all
bo come. A digest of the bill of fare
easily digested. Young roast duok,
stuffed spring chicken ioe cream and
all tbe trimmings for a Sunday Dinner
only 20 cents. Everybody Come.
May Not Survive
Htlena Moct Aug. Slight hopes
are entertained for tne recovery of An
tonio Krorzek, tbe speoial officer on
doty at the county jail who was shot
three times yesterday by the Northern
Paoifio dynamiter Isaao Gravelle, in
bis highly sensational esonpe from tbat
institution. Tbe wound in his left
groin is causing worry the other two
being alight in nature and from which
the boilers were extracted last nigbt.
They Knew It
Walla Walls, Wash., 'August 13. The
owners and leasees'of the Walla Walla
opera bousehave known that the bouse
would be condemned as unsafe, and
when Building Inspector Glasford an
nounced bis decision It was not a sur
Mans are being made by tbe North-
He was ill and she wns kind to bim;
be was lonely Htid she talked to bim;
he spoke of love and she listened to
him. And the roBult was the marriage
Wednesday evening of Mrs. Delia
Dumdi, a nurse at the Good Samaritan
hospital, and Williuui Merry, a trav
eling man, who makes his he (quarters
It whs a chitr.nl on Utile romance and
of r-bort duration. Two weeks ago be
beoume ill; not very ill, but enough to
warrant the pbysiciuu in ordt-rlug bim
to the hospital. It so happened that
Mrs. Dnmdl, a coui'ly young widow,
was assigned to uuiso the ailing man.
He did not Know just what it was to
have a tender hand emooth out his
pillows and a gentle voice tell bim bow
sorry she was. lie bagan to long for
the ooniirig of the noitolots troad. and
when it oatne be feigned more illness
and discomfort that he might prolong
He was there barely two weoks and
was released on Wednesday. That day
tbe nurse offered her resignation and
that evening tbe ceromony was per
formed that terminated the romsnco.
Tbe ceremony wns performed at the
home of the bride's mother on the east
side. The couple w.ll continue to re
side In this city. Portland Journal.
Conference of Strikers
and Packers Fails to
Three hundred tickets to St Louis
were sold In Portland tbe first threo
days of this week.
The Crusader, a British steamer, is
in Portland and will load out with 3,
000,090 feet of lumber for China.
Out of 41 teachers applying tnr cer
tificates at the Claukumas comity ex
aminations this week, only three were
Lee Gin, a Chinaman, ordered de
ported, jumped off a stico: car back,
wards in Portland, ThurHilay, and wns
Colonel MoL. Ntouemaii, son of ex
Governor of California, committod
suicide at Seuttle Thursday, by shoot
Washington. Alia. 13. Tbe Jannnese
leeatioi today i;aye out a table of the
casualties suffered by the Japanese
army up to and 11 o'uiliug August 1
f he total is estimated at 12,0n&.
Chioieo Aug. 13 Tbe stockyards
strike tonight seems no nearer set
tlement than it did tbe day the aru
gle began. The efforts of aeommitte
oomposed of retail butchers and gro
cers to bring -bout a conference be
tween tbe paokera and the strike lead
era waa of no avail today.
The re t filers' oommittee was Id oon
ferenoe witb Edward Tilden, John
Maurea , Thomas Wilson and Thomas
J Oonnors, representing the paokera,
for throe hours this afternoon and at
the end of tbe meeting the following
statement was given out by the com
mittee of business
' We were courteously received by a
committee representing tbe paokers
and were informed thai considering
all that bad passed and present con
ditions, no good reason existed
why any further conference witb tbe
strikers ould be beotfioial.
A BPOOial train carrvlnir rinlnvnfrta m
turning to tboir homes from the Idaho
state republican convention wbiob
finished its labors yesterday passed
thruugh the oity yesterday and Btopped
Over for dinner. Then wnrn nhnnf. IttM
of them lnoladinir the nominee far
ernor Hon KranV B Gooding.
High Diver Killed
' John Mamle. the hluh' dlvnr vim
recently visited this city with the Dix
ie Carnival Company, was killed lit Ta
coma Wrdnosdav while mLlno ,11.
of 70 feet in a high wind. He was with
tne southern Carnival Company, whloh
le people. -.
M. E. CHURCH.
J. O. Walker Pastor.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaobing by Pastor 11 a. m.
CUss Meeting 12:15
Epwortb League . 7 p. m.
Preaching by Pastor 8 p. m,
The publio i oordially invited to
all these services.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
-A.t Stupendous Reductions
VISIT OUR liM
Every waist at regular prices as adver
tised njw going are you ready nt prices
only a little more thau HALF
$4 0C waists at $2 85
3 00 " 2 28
2 75 " 1 98
2 50 " 1 89
2 25 " I 09
2 00 " 1 49
I 25 " 93
100 " 79
85 " 04
Mass every Sunday exoept the 4th at
7 and 9 a. m.
Rosury and Benediction on tbe same
days at 7:30 p. m. Mass on the 4th
Sunday at 7 a. in., no evening service
on that day. Mass on week (lays at
0:30 a. m. W. J. Whyto. Reotor-
S. Irene King, 1st Reader,
he Christian Soieaoe services at
the Advent churoh every Sunday at 11
a. m. All are oordially invited.
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Regular services 2 p. m
Mutual ImnmvAmAnt AAfmnlntinn
meets conjointly at 7 :30 p. m.
Ensign Petf rson and Lieut Haukins
will have tbeir farewell .meeting, on
Sunday Evening Aug. 14th at the
Salvation Army HalU Thore will also
be swearing in of reoruita.
Everyone ia cordially invited to at
tend. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Preaching tomorrow at 11 a. m. and
8 p. in. by Rev. Gdwin B Hays.
Morning theme, "Programme of
Christianity." Evening, "The Call of
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m.
Senior Endeavor at 7 '.HO p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursdsy at 8 p. m
A cordial invitation is given to all ,
I woo nave 110 cnuron home to attend
states there are not a few young men
who in reality bave the appearanoe of
being of . age, bnt are net and if tbe
parents of these young men will give
him their ages be will know bow to
act aud aill inform the saloons that
snob persons are not of age. Tbe sa
loons are often placed In a very diffi
oult position from the faot that mino a
frequently proclaim that tbey are ot
age.-- ' -
Marshrl Bayburn should be assist
ed as desired as it will not only pre
vent minors from seouriug liquor bui
will make it impossible in many oases
to spend muoh ot tbair time that could
bs muoh batter employed.' .
Uttle Mies Marie Bolton entertained
a few of ber frienda yesterday afternoon
upon tbe occasion of ber 8th birthday
anniversary. Games and various a
nusementa were enjoyed, and tbe
guests were permitted to partake ot
cuke made by tbeir hostess, who al
though young In years, ber pastry was
equal to any.
Those who were present were: Iia
Forbes, I ex Knowles, Helen Bartlett,
Alice Kill, Jean Maris, Helen Ourrey,
Unice lull Marie Bolton.
were recently married al the lest nam
ed plce and are now 1 Ting lo TJainsj,
Tbe groom is as in of Mr and Mrs
WT Wright, and the bride ia a po po
lar young lady of Clackamas, r
Many frisnds in Union tstend a warn :
welcome to Mr Wright and bis bride.
May the) live long and prosper.-
Republican. - - :.
A Sad Case
Jus. Dorsey, an aged man who waa
making the trip from Kansas toColfar
Washington,. with private conveyance
and had as companion bis little 5 year
old daughter, fell from hie wagon, near
Summerville, last Saturday and re
ceived injuries which proved fatal.
Or, Clonobek waa called to see the in
jured man but could do nothing for
linn. Heath oame Sunday nigbt with
out Dorsey regaining consciousness.
The position of tbe little daughter who
is ihus left alqne with strangers, is in
deed a sad one, It Is supposed tbat
tbe tittle orphan has relatives at Colfax
but they could not be found at the
time of htr father'a death. Recorder.
Mr Elmer Wright, of Union, and
MisB Nana Paddock, of Glackmas,
We bave bad at least a doxen rol
lers this pant week making inquiries
desiring bouses to rent. .
A H Witbrow . Portland
EH Thompson do
FA Taylor . do
W C Brady do
J E Day and rife ' '' ' do
E W Davies Oity
Carrol G Dolman Welser
J 0 Pierce , Boise
Justine Bettuian ' ' " BO
Rosamond Wright : Walla Walla
T E Tucker Joseph
A M looker do
Seymour H Ball v Snmpter
Wm H Hewitt Taooma
Mrs. O Messenger Cardston
A D Rotbstein Seattle
Mrs, E R Jones Ohioago
Ed Conley - City
Joseph Smith - Goto
A B Reify Bole
O M Conrad Imnler
S E Cohen , San Franclroo
Chas. MoGuire Spokane
Goods at Greatly Reduced
' For the next thirty days we will offer all Summer
If you are in need of anything for Summer Wear it will be to your advantage to
look over our stock before purchasing elsewhere. All wash goods on sale at one
third off. ' ; ;
All wash wash shirt waists at a reduction of 25 per cent.
On Wrappers, Kimonas, and Dressinf, Saqnes we will save you 20 per cent.
Just what you will need for these warm days.
The Chicago Store
New Uadiea Skirts
We have ju t opened an nilvmi ie ship
ment of the famous BEVEULY SKIRTS
These famous tailors oi high art skirts
have fairly outdone any of their termer
efforts in ttyle, fit and woikinunliii. Iu
fact they are truly
HIGH ART SKIRTS
Come in and see them
' i?1? HUHttll H IMIM4MI Itlilllllllt
CENTRAL CHUROH OF CHRIST
Opposite Boniiner House.
HiLlo School 10a.m.
Morning Wordilp Ha m.
Hul ject of Eermon, "Renewing Our
strength." Isa. 4031.
Preaching at Iowa school boose at
No evening service.
A cordial Invitation is extended to
ST PETER'S EPISCOPAL CHUROH
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity. Sun
day School at 10 o'clock a m. Morning
Prayer and Sermon at U o'clock a m
A lay service. All invited.
Marshal Rayburn ia desirous of oai
ryirgout the liw against the selling
liquor to minors in Ibis city and asked
tiie Observer to appeal lo the parents
a d secure their support. He wants
all parents to either give or mail bim
1 be names of their sons who are be
tween the ego. of 18 and 21 and bo
will see tbat not only is liquor not
sold to them but tbat tbey are not
nermitted to bang around saloons,
For A. Few Days We Will
Bell Any Box of Paper
, In Our Window For
NEWLIN DRUG CO.
saacMtrf.j 1 wl ten ia also against tbe law. He
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