Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1905)
GREAT DAY AT
0L ASSiriCD ; DVCRriSEMCNT S
UMBER YARD 1
v - I
Headquarters for Mi
VE ANYT ING TO SELL LET THE ;"KQPLfi
HEAR ABOUT IT THROUGH THIS DEPARTMENT AND
YOU WILL FIND A BUYER. IF YOU WANT TO BUY EX
PLAIN YOUR WANTS THROUGH THESE COLUMNS.
Hath, Shingles, Doors, I
biptised rnd a number 0! otbere will
follow at tbe meeting today. Subject
tonight "Christianity the Remedy
for Delusion, and What will you do
Last evening it waa ImpoMible to
teat tbe crowd wbfob came to bear
Evangelist Goombt. Many stood
throughout tbe. service. Additional
aeata will be in plaoo tonight. At tbe
eloie of tbe ear ice aiz persona were
Sash, Boxes g
II kinds of Mill Work m
' . ,.. p3.
BUILDING PAPER AND OTHER pf
BUILDING MATERIAL , W
' j on the ,
Place of ff
Business ' f
on the ' '11
. i . .
TODDARD LIMBER CO.
, L OREGON.
Everything you want want for that
r . , .:. x .Is AwaitinglYour Order at
f-v- ' " ' -; M' . . , .
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
; jUoi. f ir and Jefferson 8la
OUtt SPECIALTY .
Full Line "referred Stock"
j , SHOES
Good School Shoos
J a specialty
P - Jft
you arc there.
The Rock Island System
has an enormous advantage
over other western railroads
in the fact that its Chicago
terminal the La Salle Street
1 Station is the only railroad
station on the Elevated loop.
' It b located In tht heart of Chicago
' only block from the Board of Trade)
'two blockt from tht Pott Office) within
my walking dittanc of tht principal
theatre, hotels and More,
' The train of aU Chka(o' elevate
i railroad! pua it door and take
, quickly and for a 5 -cent ram .
to any part of tht city. ' -:
Three route Eut via
Denver,Ouuha and St. Paul.
L. B. QORHAM,
r 1 ..1 it lint
r v - w. w 11
A GRANDE SCHOOL
i OF MUSIC
MfiS, D AY,;AtUn
I al on2ofthe;bMt2maaloal In-
itatlons la the state. Dating the
' nr.1904 there war nearly Foot
oaaand lessons gives. The people
this city and valley are begin -'
Z to discover the great advantage
thissohool. The2syetenj osed la
a latest and moat practical, and
eludes all the lataat dlaoomlaa
the art ot teaching maslo. Tht
aool la divided Into two dspart
ntsj Mo. 1 la (or beginners, from
fear ttp, and taking la the 1st to
grades. la ibis ; department
pile corns one boor every day
No. 3 tbe grades axe from S to
. JHera tbe graduate. Pupils
be one or two leaeons a week aa
ey desire. Mo scholars will be
rmltted to remain la this aobool
;o do not study. , '-.:.
Lewis and Clark, Subject
Of Neigborhood Club
The ladiea of the Neighborhood olnb
beld an open meeting In tbe ladles
olnb rooms yesterday . afternoon, - the
program being under the direction of
Mrs. O H Bldwell, of Inland City!
baring for ber subject 'Lewis . and
Clark," several rery interesting papers
being read on tbe work of tbe great
fair. Tbe first somber waa tbe read
ing of a paper by Mrs. Hid well, "Fair
Proposed and Facts" giving a very
good description ot aorne of tbe lead
ing buildings. Mrs. W L Brenbolta
read an Intereating and descriptive
paper on tbe fair grounds wbiob was
vary enjoyable. "Architecture' was
. rtt 1. .W.. )aanrh
Mt. 4. U. UBI ..fl m - -
ing tbe different arcbltictnral work of
tbe buildings very graphically. Mrs
W B Sargent then sang "A Pioture of
Home 8weet Home," in ber usual able
Mra. Ed Kiddle bad an interesting
subject, that of "Foreign Exhibits,"
describing many of the exhibits that
will be abipped in from different
Arts" was Mrs.
Carana'a aubjeot, speaking of tbe
many beautiful works of art that will
be aeen at this fair, paintings by many
noted artiste, and many who are just
olimbing the ladder of fame whose
homes are cn the Pacific coast. Mrs.
Clara T Lyle very ably read a paper
on the Musical feature at tbe fair,
which will be one of the most Import
ant. Tbe afternoon's program closed
witb a piano duet by tbe Mlssea Ivy
Long and Ethel Da via.
This waa one of the bet programs
o. crrlil nnt brtbls olnb, and It la
truly wonderful to know bow well
many of tbe ladles are keeping posted
on the work of this great event and
how much they can do in these meet
ings to help make It the desired success.
Are You Restless at Niht?
; I barassed by a bad eooghf Use
lard's Horehoabd Syrap, It will
ire 70a sound sleep and effect a
mpt and radical cure. 266, COo and
Kewlia Drag Co.
R P Tait, the pioneer niualo teacher
of Uraude Ronde Valley, la still In the
ring. Daring my vacation I made It
my buslneaa aa well as pleasure to at
tend concerts, operas, and In fact
everything In my line of baslnesa and
I found that I aa a teaoher, and in.
terpreter of moalo am still in the front
rank. Pupils who do not wish the full
conservatory coarse may take tbe pop
alar pIsco course. This places the
pupil In position to play the popular
music ot the day, Church and Sunday
Tbe Violin popular oourse places the
pupil In position to play alt kinds ot
dance maaio as well aa light overture a
Quite s number of musicians who bars
been under my Instruction are now
making goodmoney as teachers and
soloists. Pupils who are under my
care will be thoroughly lnatruoted in
moalo. R P TAIT, teaohcj
FlArrln rctth tha nmntnmi f aa tsrv
mon cold ; there la chilliness, aneesing
sore inroai, not earn, quioK puisj
hoarseness and Impeded respiration
uive ireqneni email dotes 01 Ballard
Uoreboand Syrap, (the child will ci;
for It) and at tbe first sign of a croup:
ooogb, apply frequently Ballard'
Bnow Liniment to the throat.
Mre. A Vltet. New Castle. Colo
writes March li)tb, 1901: "I think
Ballard a uoreboand SvruD a wonder
fnl remedr. and ao nlHaiiant." iTm
8lem, OreH eb 22 Ojvernor
(7hamberUio today granted a full par
don to Wong Gee, a Chinaman serv
ing a life sentence for murder com
mitted In ITiiion county in Oc ober,
1898. The pardon was granted st the
rtquestof Prince Kajg Yu Wei, sec-
rotary to tbe emperor of China wbo
?s touriug this country on an inspeo
tion of its institutions
While going through tbe prison
Wong One fell at tbe feet of bis prince
and begRed forgiveness for bis O'inie
Tb; c nvict aas taken to Portland
today by two members of the princo'n
staff, wbo will send him to Cbiua.
. .U S Senators
Judge Eakln came up from La
Grande tbia morning and after passing J
. t 4 11 . L '
lew pieuaeuu-iee regnruiUK iuo uew
judgeship and how acme people were
trying to make it appear that be bad
been legislated out of office got down
to business with his docket at a table
la tbe Clerk's office. There for the
entire day he baa worked, with from
one to eight or more lawyers and two
or three olerks over both shoulders
and in front of bim.
A record of what he had done was
not obtainable daring an interim, for
there wasn't any Interim. Baker
(By Scrlppa News Association
Washington, Eab. 22. In a private
car attached to the regular express
train, the President and party left
this morning at aeven thirty for Phila
delpbla where the President will ad
dress the studenta ot tbe University of
Pennsylvania and receive tbe degree of
Doctor ot Laws.
Manila, Feb 32 Major Carriogtcn
convicted ot falsifying vouobers of
tbe civil government to tbe amount
of 11500 today was sentenced to
Theodore Roosevelt President
Charles W Fairbanks. .Vice President
John Hay Secretary of State
Leslie M Shaw.. Secretary of Treasury
W H Taft Secretary of War
E A Hitchcock.. Secretary of Interior
Paul Morton Secretary of Navy
James Wilson .Secretary of Agriculture
Win. H Moody Attorney General
Robt J Wynne.. Post Master General
Melville W Fuller.; Chief Justice
Victor II Mctoalf. Secretary Commerce
U S Pension Commissioner
W 8 Richards
U S Land Commissioner. .Eugene Ware
GMFiohey ..Post Master
Ad Gil ham Assistant
EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Robert Kakin Judge
Leroy Lomax District Attprney
U 8 LAND OFFICE
A A Huberts Receiver
E W Davis Krister
U H WEATHER BUREAU
WA Wor8tell ..observer
STATE OP OREO N
t'baa. W Fuiton J
John H Mitchell t "
Binder Herman. .ConRrfasiimn let Dist
J N Williamson. .('onroHsnmn 2nd Dist
Geo. El hHinherlani Oorprnor
FI Duuiiar Sucreti-.ry of citate
U d Moore t-Ule 1 leujarer
J Jl Ackerman feupt Public inetruotion
J R Whitney Htate Printer
A M Crawford Attorney General
C E Wolvertou 1
R S Rean Supreme Judges
K- A Moore I
Oswald West. .Agent State Land Board
C It Bellinger U S Diet Judge
W K Mathews US Marshall
D M Dunne . Collector Internal Revenue
John Hall U 8 Dist Attorney
Walter M Pierce, between Umatilla,
Union and Morrow.
P A McDonald, Union and Wallowa
Jay Dobbin, between Union and Wal
MA Harrison Judge
Jamea B uilhani Clerk
CO Pennington -Sheriff
U 11 rr'jctor Keoorder
Jaa.U. Morton Assessor
John Frawley Treasurer
E E Bragg ... .Sohool Superintendent
Arthur Curtis Surveyor
J U Henry Coroner
LA GRANDE PRECINT
John E Uungb ...Justice of Peace
J a MoLaoulin Constable
J D Slatei Mayor
W H Bohneukamp. G E Fowler. 8 A
Gardiuier, J W Kennedy, L D Keavis,
A u Kionardson.
L Rayburn Marshal
B V Wade Depty Marshal
Cheater P Newliu Recorder
E J Walsh Treasurer
J W Knowlea Citv Attv
H CGilman.... Water Superintendent
Fred Synhorst.. Street Superintendent
LA URANDE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Geo. Hanson, chairman; Henry Young
F 8 lvanhoe, F Kilpatriok, David f ay.
A C W illiams Clerk
U J Uookenberry.... Superintendent
total of sixty years and five days
;By Boripps New Awoolatlon
London Feb 22 Fire loday destroy
ed several establishments in long acre
centre, and a motor car and
industry, causing a loss of a
snd a quarter dollars.
E T Lucas, Wlugo, Ky , writes.
April 20th 1902: 'For 10 to 12 years I
bad been afflicted with a maladi
known aa the Itch.' The I'ching wat
moat unbearable; 1 bad tried for yean
to rind relief, having tried all remedies
I could hear of, besides a number ot
doctors. I wish to state that one sin
gle application of Ballard's enow Lin
iineut cured me completely and per
nanentlj. Sinoe then I hav nal n,.
carriage liniment on two separate occasion for
millinn r,n WOTln 'ud ,l eani oompletelv.
million wo and 1 bottle. Newlin Drug
I Co. s
FOR SALE OR TRADE 6 good work
horses, 1 8H wagon, 1 4 Inch
logging track, 1 4X Inch logging
truck. JOHN ANTHON?.
FOR SALE Pure Bred Black Minorca
Roosters from Imported Stock Also
Eggs for hatching.
F D Ualsten
Hecond Hand Store
Board and Lodging by Mrs Good all
2114 3rd st. Phone 707 tf
FOR RENT Barn 3 stalls, water,
close In. Apply to Baker IBroe
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms to
rent. Inquire of MrsZuber.
FOR RENT Famished rooms with or
without Data, in beat rwluiiuw
district. Inquire at Cor Fourth and
Main st., the George Hansen proper
ty. ? Janfitf
FOR RENT Furnished boose keep
ing rooms, in suits of two, three and
four rooms., Inquire' of Mrs. Mary
Noble. Phone 6-4-7. tf.
WANTED: An elderly lady to keep
house and take care of five children.
Will pay good wages. Apply at this
WANTED Some good energetb lady
or gentleman to represent a large
business firm. Good salary. No ex.
perlence necessary. Call or address
) V Anderson, Roods Valley House.
3 lots for sale 00 Adams Ave nown
as tbe greenhouse property. Will sell
reasonable if sold at , onoe. Fenoo
shade trees and quite a lot ot good
lumber, rocks and brioka. Apply to
Wm Gilpin, La Grande, or Mr. J F
Richardson text door to lot. F 15-23
: Free Washing
Now Is your chance to have t fami
ly washing done free of charge. If
you wish to know . bow to have this
done call up Thoa. Slegmnnd at the
Ronde Valley House snd be will ex.
plain It all. . General agent for tbe
Ideal Washer, Call np Phone 8-6
We have 710 acres of some of the
best land In this county, for sale at f 28
per acre. All but 175 aores under
tivat Ion and irrigation. A bargain.
A big list of other lands in tho county.
Call on or write
couch &. McDonald,
If yon want a good home oared bam
or bacon or first class lard. Call at
tbe Harris meat market. Opposite
LOST By Mrs Fred Stanley, in this
city yesterday, a pearl collar pin.
The finder will please leave same at
tbe residence of Mr J M Berry and
receive reward for same.
WANTED To bay legelmate business
State what yon have tor sale Address
S3 care Observer. F 8 tf '
assM v ww
J D Uunyan of 'Butlervllle, O laid
tbe peculiar disappearance of his pain
ful systems, of Indigestion and bili
ousness, to Dr King's New Life Pills
He says: "They ere a perfect remedy,
for dixzineas soar stomsoh, headache,
constipation, etc," Guaranteed at
Newlin drag store, price 26o.
Oregon Produce Co
Phone 1761 La Grande Oregon.
Corner Jefferson Avenue and Greenwood Streets
In Eastern HOreafone
WilLPay Highest Gash
Price ior Marketable
Brick furnished in any
quanity or any style. No
contract too small or too
large. See samples of our
La Grande, Oregon.
T o whom it may concern Notice , ia
hereby given tbat my wife, Alios Crip
pen, having left me without any Just
cause or provocation, I will not be
responsible tor any debts tbat ebe may
contract Dated at La Grande, Oregon
this 11th day of Feb. A D., 1905.
G. W, ALLEN, rToprietor.
AllOrders receive prompt
I Residence 615 Osborn St.
60a and U. MewlJn Drug Oo. J