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1)r Givens RemoVed
- j i .- :-i t ;
f Blackfoot, Jane S Dr J W Givsns,
superintendent of tbe Idaho asylum
tot Insane, was removed at a special
meeting for tbe board ; held ' for that
purpose ; Lere ; yesterday. Various
causes are assigned bat ' nothing de
flulto Is known as to reasons ; Dr O A
Hoover of Mnut poller sue cede Glvene
' . upprs '' It
" Major Williams st Portland will do
his city at il f 11 visitors io the Lewis
. aod Clark U.r a e vies i( he succeeds
ia suppressing the oozions woman
who bss,-collided a company of
abamrletsTjanerra for th purpose nf
firing an exhibition of indecent danc
ing near the fairgrounds-, The west
ean get along without some features
that have disgrsced the eastern tairs.
8pokesman Beview. ,
' Everything you
Is Awaiting Your Order at
NEBRASKA GROCERY STORE
iOoi. 1 ir and Jefferson Sts.
,- fOUU SPECIALTY .
Y AT T should c
J X when in
I Hotel Sommcr
a , r ' ' . - . t
WE CATER TO COMMERCIAL
ROOMS NVITH BATH .
All Modern1' Conveniences
' Best' Dining Room :
; , V- ij If ou have uo other way call on the
LA GRANDE UGHT AND POWER CO.
' v and secure an
Bates and all prices
will be explained at
the office" ' 1
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The Ketxcnjemmer Picnic at 8te
ward'e Opera house next week will
bare more than the ordinary allowance
of clever specialties. The eight fad
narlng young ladlee participating
will be one of the attractive feature
of the big show. ,Tbe Quaker skit
introducing four little mod) will
carry the audience back to the early
ays in FenntTlrenle Then the four
little Deutcber maldeas right from
Holland will give a wooden shoe danoe
ehararteristio of that country. The
Chinese epeoialt Karama given by
Mrs MoCnlly will crowd the other
features for first place In popularity
The Yankee Doodle Girl by Nellie
Dleqna will give jast the proper finish
to moEt enjoyable evening's fan.
The above specialties are ' all of an en
semble nature In which the whole com
pany will assist. .
want want (or that
Good School Shoes
come to our Laundry
anything from a pleasant
to clean linen
Service in Eastern
AL IS SORE
8Hppa Newt Assoeiatioa
Washlnston. June 2 The Attnrnav
General la reoortad fa ba lan liMn
Judge Gilbert has vsslgned Judge De
ll are n of California to try the land
trend eases at Portland, Oregon, to
take the place of Jadge Bellinger, de
eeaeed The attornev sanaral elaima
that Judge Gilbert has oanrped the
rresldentiat autnority. The Preeident
wants the easee tried before Jadge
Bunt of Montana.
Thirty Indictments r
By 8orippe Newj Assooiallon ;.
Washington, June 1. It Is aUted
from antborat'Te soorces that the fed
eral trend Jury has drawn thirty - in
dictments aa a result of the beef
trust Inquiry. It la stated upon the
same authority that ten more will fol
low. United States District Attorney Mor
rison, and his assistant attorney Page,
ere In Washington with evidence se
cured wbioh they will place before the
Attorney General. The Investigation
will be resumed Jane 7. It la aald
that twenty more wltnesana will be
called Including men prominent In
ln beef trust. v .
Change In Cabinet
Roosevelt Wednesday sathorixed the
announcement that Charles J Bona
parte of Baltimore wonld be appointed
secretary of the navy to succeed Paul
Morton, who earlier In the day stated
be would retire July 1st to go to New
York to take obarge of the plant for
the construction of the subway system
for operation in connection' with the
surface lines? The president also au
thorised the statement that no other
changes in the personnel of the cabinet
was likely to take place in the near
future. Secretary 8baw already bat
indicated bit intention of retiring from
the cabinet probably next February.
Rumors of the retirement of Attorney
General Moody bave been published,
but it it understood to be hit intention
now to continue in the cabinet for a
year and a half and perhaps longer. ,
To all except President Roossvelt's
closest advisers the announcement of
the selection of Mr Bonaparte as tbe
bead of tbe navy came at a distinct
surprise, although it bad been Jeter-
mined on by the president for 'some
time in anticipation of Mr Morton's
retirement. In all the gossip Mr Bona
parte baa nol been suggested at Mr
Morton' possible suooessor. For many
years Mr Bonaparte baa been an inti
mate friend of tba president. So great
Is Mr Roosevelt's confidence in blra
that on many matters of nationsl oon
oern be has sought hit advioe and
Eminent as a lawyer and as a publi
sist, and a consistent advocate of civil
servioe reform, Mr Bonaparte bat not
been supposed to have more than an
aoademio in the navy, Io tbe 'Un
building of the navy, however, he (a
known to be in perfect aocord itb
the president and doubtless will carry
into effect the views of Mr Roosevelt
in tbe strengthening of the naval es-
Mi ikiurton'a announcement of bis
x. t :;d retirement followed a confer
uoe with the presided t lestinc about
an hour. It bad been stated with au
thority that Mr Morton would retire
July 1, provided tbe president would
accept bis resignation from that date.
aod today's statement therefore, offi
cially confirms what baa been known
for several weeks. When he retires be
will have rounded out. exaotly one
year of cabinet life. He auoceeded Wil
liam H Moody of Massachusetts,, who
became attorney general.
Madame Isis. ;
Clairvoyant and Palmist ' will be
here for one week, at tbe Ronde Talley
Mouse, room 11. Cor, Fir and Adamt
Ave. . Prlcea witbin reach or all.
Boura 9 a m to 9 p m. ' 2t
Special Fair Rates ,
The O R A N Co has made the folio-
Ing rates from this city to Portland In
order that at tnanv aa Domlhla
attend the Lewis and.Clark fair.
From May 29 to October ffrlnnln.f
Portland and return, $12 15. Good
for thirty days " Party ticket, 19.15
each. This petty ticket nrovldaa that
ten or more persona shall travel on a
single ticket. Two half fair tickets
count stone ticket. Limited to ten
daya. An' Individual 1 ate of 19.15 for
the round trip, for organised parties
of one hundred or more. Limited to
even daya. The above aneeikl ru.
apply to the datee from May 29, to
ucioDer out inclusive. , ., .4
Baudot BaUdlaf OfpodU Foley Hotel
Barrio Wtdny i - f w p m
Baaday ftK y , m
KcadlDf room open daUj zeepring Baedr
' LATTER DAT SAINTS '
Bands j , , ' m
KfuUi ,,, i p u
Muteal ImproTement AModaiioa meets eoa
W.J. MThyte, teetor -
Maai every BundT..
S a m, II a m
Boeary aa4 Beacdiotlon follow(B( 11 a m. mas
oa. week ajt 7J0p
St. POTKR'S EPIBCOPAJ. CHUBCH '
, Vptoo H. Clbbs, rector .
joae 4 Monday aftet Aaeraslon
Holy Communion..:. ; Sam
Banday ,,, , a a
morninf imtiibm M, M tm
.7:30 p m
i Bev.X, B. Hays, pastor
Baadsy Boboot...M.,.,.,......M,..io a
Janlor Endeavar , p
Scalar EndeaTor..........7io p m
Prayer Ueetinf Tliurlajr. .. BflO pm
Preaehlng Bundy u am and 8: p m
Uoralns"Tne Bbut la's t
KTenlDg-BaocalauraU aanaon tetkegraduat
iagoUmoftbe Hib HchooL
The ehoru choir nader the dtrcctioa of at ra.'
Lyle. A cordial Innutloais givea to all who
have ao church borne to attend that services
M. S. CHURCH
Ra v t. rxGlllilaa, pastor
Church 8errloe, .ll a m and 8.00 p at
Evening-no preaohiDgaa the pastor will
he out of town'
. BAPTIST CHURCH
Be. J. F. Day, pastor
Boaday B"h1 nt m
Touag Peopl,ametIng...M....-..T:00 pm
rrayer Meeting, M.Hm...nMM.Thnnday gam
Boya Clab, Saturday srenlag at ISO in the
church. ..- '
Preaching aerrlcea ..".ll a m and I p m
Mornlag-"A Ksw Vision ot Ufc"
Evening-ofteftulng to leave the grave yard"
Yoa are eordlally invited to come and bring
yotufrleads. Strangers made welcome.
CKHTUAX CHTJECH ol CHRIST
v OPPOSITE BOMHSR. HOUSE
. O.H. King, pastor, 1308 P. BU '
Bible Bchool ... m.. 10 a m
Morning Worshlp......M...........u am
V P B O E BtteeUng....... 7M p m
ETangellatic service...ran.UM.M..mnM.K)0 p m
Prayer meeting Wtdneadar ,. 8;00 p xu
Boys Club, Tuesday evening in the Stady
Morning preachlag as asual at 11 a m
Evenlng pieacblng by the pastor
A eordlat lavltatioa to all the aervlees.
Another Farmers Line-
; Another branch telephone line from
tbe valley la being constructed to thla
city. Those who from the first will
be connected are Pescb Broe I D
Smoots, J P DeLong, J P Hallv, J A
Thronson, I SChenault, Henry French
W E vant, Geo Wells and M Ulrica.
This line will ne about eleven miles In
negth. The farmers of Grande Konde
valley are generally ",. provided J with
phones and dally mall facllitlet. .
r' ' NO. 4452. i
' RDortorttMCanllln . '1
The Farmere & Traders National
; f : Bank." :
At La Grande, la tbe State of Oreron. at the
eloM Of builnrai, Ma.2s, 1905.
C S Bonds to secure circulation-
PMmtumi An II il U.n.(
Bonds, aecnritlea, County" "and
Other real estate, owned. . . . "
uue rrom tlonal Banks not
Due from Bute Banks and Bank
Doe , fwu . approved resarrs
Checks and ot bar caih lUtmsT.'T
noun 01 otner national Bank .
Fractloutl paper currency, nick-
Lawful Monkv Hussars m
Rpecle . J2,00 SO
Leval-tender do ts. 103 00
Ueoemption rand with U.- .
. J. rofaunr S per cent of elrosla
IK) JUL A KA
CaDital Block nald in
ourpiua iuna ..m.
unuiTiaea proms, less expenses
and tozea paid ..
National Bank Notes outstanding
Due toother National Banks
Due to Htats Bank a and Bankers.
Due to aoorovad raaarva airentM
' m 21
(2 Ml in
IndlTldual depoatu subject to
cueca ..m ..m .. L
Demand oertltoalea of deposit....
Notrs and bills red laceun ted. .,..
Bills payable, Indadiug certifloates
01 aepoau lor money Borrowed
TorrAL '1 ' .
Coustv or Union
I. J. W Hniha. P..),... (V.. .v .
bank, do solemnly awear that the .bore a late-
maa Slat A A t Vi vdua u L. . . m
wcu tm wuv m wo ww vi in anuwieujre ana
belief. . J .
. J W BCKIBER, Cashier.
fad day of jane, 1905. '
J W KNOWLES,
Mntu.v I..K1I rt
Correct Attest , . .
UKUKQE ACKLE8 I
UK sfoCULLv I Directors
; , JL8EPH 1-AUIER I
J. L. MARS,
Contractor aod Builder
; LVaIer in Building Material
. La Grande, Or.
Drop a line, naming work, and I mil
give the right prioe.
. R3 FESSIONAL CARDS
DR. X. L RICHARDSON
Physician and Surgeon.
. rfflotovsr Hill's Drag Btore.
Ofllce Fhoo 1A4 - BidtMaPhaaKl
N. MOLITOR. M, D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Comar Adams avsaae and Depot BC -Otnoe
Phone XU Bealdmet Phoae Ml
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
LewU baUdlnf,opposlto Boomer Hoaae
Of&ee Hours, 1 to i, T tot
BACON & HALL,.
YS I CIAV3 AN 3 suaqsoNs
Offles la Foley buUdlog, Floss uu. ; .
C.T. Bacon, BeaidencePtioasllBl
DKS. BIGGERS & BIGGERS
Physicians and Sargeona "
O W Bigger, at. D. Geo, U Blggsra, M. D
Offloe Li21 SmIiIaiim iai'
Qfflos1 Rslston Building over J. M. Berry's
Btore. kasldenee on Msdiaon A Vs. asoood
door west of 'ormer resldsnos. Dr. a W.BIggvrs
- m ukavmus - OREGON
rrofsuioaBl calls promptly atlaadcd to
, .- dayoraighu
Ktrv v 13 sIC3. y.
dentists, v . '
; 'Office Boramer Bnildlng
Offloe Phone H Besldenoe Phone 117
C. B. Cauthorn '
DENTIST " ' ;
Offloe Over Hill Drus Store
V La Grande, Oregon
R. L.. 'LINCOLN
Dp suirs, Oor Adams avoana sad Depot at,
: ;-!;''- Fhone4 ' :
Dr. F A CHARLTON
Officr '' AT Hill's Drug Store
l feisa ie, uregon fbone 1361
itusidenoe phone 701 -Farmers'
line 68 '
DR. W. T. D JWNE3.
VaTKRINABY ' 8UKQBON AND
.' DENTIST ' o '
LeaTS orders at Red ... Baaldancs Cor
. Cross Drug store " . 6th and I at
Thirty fly yeajs szperienos, best of referenos
It furnished '. ' .
CPAWF0RD & CXAWFORD
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Ofllos In Foley balldlng f
' J. W KNOWLES "
; Attorney and Counsellor
At Law !
: Offlos in Ralston Building
Fhonel66 4 Xa Grande Or.
H. T, Willinms A C. Williams '
WILLIAMS BROS. '
Offloa In Balaton Building ,
PbonsiOjS La Qrande, Or.
Two sections of glass store front 12x
15 feet. A snap. Alto one Ore proof
safe, weight 2300 at a bargain. ' Call or
write, La Grande Pawn Broker, La
Orande Oregon. Phone 168L
U.AULRH L UrandaAlris in f O K meets
every Hunday night in K ol P hall ar S u m
VliiUog bretbern invited tc atten'i.
J. A. Ma toll, W. e. J. B. PoUock, W. 8.
lOO F L Grande Lodge, Mo IS treeu j
heir hall eyerr Balurday nlKht Visiltut mem
oera cordially invited to attend. -
Recorder. , '
' a W. Bobcrtaon, N U -H.
E. Coolidge, Beo.
STAR ENtlAatPMENT No-el, ' I. O. O. F.
meeu every first and third Tboradays In the
arohe always welcome I. ft, buouk, cT f.
iwinmna oiwneoa. Borioa
JCaVBTERH STAR OEM Hope Chapter No
U meets the second and foortn Wedneedar oi
cb month at 7 JO p m in Matoaie Temple
. . atertis AldrlcU. W St 1 1
Mary A Waraick. tee . . "
.'- : : ..
jn. w.A. La uranaeutiap 7703 meets
every lint aod third Wednesday 0 the
nui.il... I n n ff u.ll aii .- , .
.w.w a. w. V. Mr .!". Tl,lll. 00111..
bora are cordially invited to attend.
John Hall, Clerk.
rORKHTERH Of AM EltICA Orart Maid
rV) a awets each Thnrsday night In
K of P nail. Brothers are invited to attend.
1 8 TllUon. Chief Baneer.
''HERE. ; I
We fully realize the value' of money
and therefore sell chsar for cash.' We
carry a foil and complete line of fresh
groceries, bay, feed and produce.
Highest market prices Deld for farm
prodaoe. We have our own delivery
wagon, arvl guarantee prompt delivery.
Vonr money back If goods are not
found aatiafactory . .
SEAITLE GROCERY CO.
" ZUNDKL A tAWSON.
Jersey Cream' Patent Flour
Every sack guaranteed by Romij
& Staples. '
CHAS. AVELQUUT, Proprietor.
AND cigars :
Finest eollantions nf nt.nfTnrl
I animals on ' the Pacific
I coast, v ' f '
Blue Front Saloon
WINES, LI0UOHS !
Imported' and domestic :
Hot or cold Junch all hours
. Jeltfersoa Arsnas Opposite Depot -
Palaco Salor i :
. . CHAS, ANDCRJ0N. Prop.
'-.V J " : -! . '-, . . ,',
,' .,.. , FINB
AND CIGARS t "
Always on hand
e Jefferson Arenas Opposite Depot e
w. , - ". r
. . mm , . ..iiMnwaaaaaiaun rllt WT-i-siiir) a.a
CHRJS WRIGHT, Prop.
Gentlemen always Welcome - -.
4 Fir Jtwet :.t2,v
ULRICH LOTOS, Pmp.
" - - i
. Lunches are ; our specialty
Jefferson Avenue, Opposite depot
1 1. null lit ft. iooi, nor. 1
'7i FINE Mmzs v
LlQUOrUi And the best brands ot
Always ou hand
t. MUeu drinks a Specialty Ask and -J
see If you don't get It. This Js a gen- I
, tleman's resort and, will be run as snob, e
Tom Fleming f
; . Horseshoin 5 and
: North Fit Street