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! THE GOLDEN RULE STORE I
500 PIECES DRESS "GOODS
All the novelties and staples in suitings,wash goods, white goods, percales, "prints,
I trimmings .laces, embroideries, etc. . 1 ' -"'
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200 MEW'S AND BOY'S SUITS ,.
The new and nobby things in spring wear. Prices 11.50 to $15.00 per Suit
COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S HATS
New shapes, new shades, natty ones as well as the staples. Make your selections
now.while the assortment is complete."
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DISHES AND CHINAWARE :
Don't forget we are among the largest handlers of DISHES in Eastern Oregon, both,
foreign and domestic ware. Havilnnd and German China. . . ; ,
BEAR IN MIND TOO New spring goods is not the only insentive for you" to visit our I
store. You will find, after inventory, bargains in every section. ..The ' painstaking- X
shopper can always find something useful on our bargain tables.- -
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
' 1308, 1310, 1312 Adami Avenue.
TLarcrest Store - V
' 2- Jus Arrivec, my entire line of
Your inspection solicited.
A V. ANDREWS,!
(Scrippe New Association) '- " ..;
'.Los Angeles, Cal.. March 7. The
morning session of the contest over Aman
da Fesd's will it now on. Daughter and
sister Af the deceased testified, that aha
llvad fn California for year. Contest
rtata Upon tha place of rasidanca.. Port
land charity societies claim that, she lived
in Oregon. California law restricts gifts
to charity to one-third of an aetata only.
Tha property Involved amounts to $162.
000 and it la all in California.'
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
National Buscuit Company
Just arrived, a large aesortment of these splendid goods.
For dainty refreshments select from this list,
NABISCO WAFERS FEST1NO VANILA WAFERS
. BUTTER TAIN BUSCUITS OAT MEAL CRCKERS
FIVE O'CLOCK TEA SOCIAL TEA SARATOGA FLAKES
GRAHAM CRACKERS UNEEDA JINQER WAYFER
THE CITY GROCERY AND BAKERY
E. P01UCK, Propr.
3orlpps News Association)
alt Lake. Utah. March 7. Rev.
Jamee B. Eddie, Dean of St Mary'e
Episcopal Cathedral ie here, accused of
gross depravity with numerous boys.
Hr hid a preliminary hearing today be
fore Biihop Spalding. There is great
excitement Several well known fami
lies are implicated. ' Eddie ie an English
man and ie married and has returned
from Los Angelee to fight hie case He
declares his innoocence and charges it to
the work of malicious persons
! IN BUSINESS AGAIN J
Business with me means
of course. Twenty years
with horses has placed me
in that business to stay
THIS TIME TO STAY
I have looked over the
entire eaat and found that
there ie no place like home
When you want a first cists turnout call or phone the
RED FRONT LIVERY STABLE
1 JOE WOODS
PHONE RED 641
GRAIN MARKETS ,
(Scrlppt News Association)
Chicago. Mar. S Wheat opened at
769,; closed 77),; corn opened at
43 . closed 45; oats opened SO V
closed 60. . '
All persona holding accounts against
me are requested to present the same to
me and receive payment, also all who
are indebted to me are requested to' cadi
and settle, as I expect to leave about
March IS. Frio Bock
OUR REASON EOR SIEKlflC LEGISLATION
Whenever in this Union the Osteopaths
are seeking legislation, it ie an effort on
the part of our profession to establish
educational qualifleatione and demand
proper equipment of candidates for
licensee. This ie done to protect alike the
people and the profession from a common
foe the pretender to. knowledge and
technical ekill who hae no foundation for
hie claims. It is not fair that physicians
of any other should try to thwart the
Osteopaths from accomplishing this good
worn as they often do. The efforts of
every person who believes in fair play
and high qualifleatione for physicians re
gardless of school, should be en
listed in fathering the passage of these
osteopathic bills. Two dozen sUtes have
already spread such laws upon their
statute books. New York, New Jersey
and Massachusetts are now asked by the
Osteopaths to pass laws that will shut
out imposts rs who pretend to belong to
our school but do not Justice and the
public good alike demand such legislation,
-Osteopathic Health. . V , . : .
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Spring booming; look over your photo
supplies. What a needed, we can supply
We have all the latest photo requisites at
right price. Niuh Dauo Company
'J. A. Borleigh, the well known5 Enter
prise citizen, is in the city today on a
' Mrs. J. B. Smith, who resided'here" un
til last summer, is over from her home in
Pendleton visiting friends, r' ' .
Hon. N. C McLeod, who has been in
Portland for several days returned, to,his
home in Elgin (his morning, ' t i -J!
Mr. H. O. Miller of San Francisco, rep
resenting the Uqitype Company, is p the
city today visiting the printing offices.
J. W. Bickforcf, formerly . employed1 in
the creamery at this place but now in
charge of the Pendleton branch, is in the
city today visiting friends. .
EIRE OlUT JONES
' As a result of the. election held last
evening Joseph Jones is the chief of the
La Grande Fire Department . Mr. r Jones
has been an act ve member of the de
partment for a number of years, and is
qualified in every way to fulfil. ibe duties
required. ' , ;
, EINED S50 v .!
City Recorder I. R. Snook, who has had
the case of F. C. Forbes charged, with
selling liquor without a license under ad
visement since yesterday, rendered a de
cision this afternoon at 3:16, finding the
defendant guilty and imposing a fins of $50.
All who ' attended Steward's ' opera
house last evening were well pleased. The
production was satisfactory in every par
ticular." . , ,
HEW TRIAL CRANTED
Judge Eakin yesterday granted a new
trial in the case wherein Wm. Grant was
awarded judgement in the sum of $1500
against Hardy Han-old. 'The' case will
come up at the next term of court ' '
Scrjpps News Association)
Washington Mar, ; 7 Schbfield was
buried this afternoon with full military
honors. The President and highest gov
ernmental officials' ' participated in the
:" afloat : r
4. ' - '
(Scrlpps Jews Association) : - -Manila,
March 7, The Inter bland
transport Ingalls, today refloated appar
ently undamaged. It came ashore March
4th, off the southern coast of Luzon.
NOT SO BAD
Choily Nitwit: "When I was introduced
to you I was" so overcome with pleasure
bah Jove, that I lost my wits completely,
Dolly Hotshott: "Then you must forgive
me for a mental injustice I have always
done you. I thought you were born that
way." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
t: Now is the time to prune your orchard f If you need t
J ,any new pruoing shears, saw or knives, .call and , ex
'amine my "complete line of siich goods, 'you will find
Stiusi.whjit you want-. Also see my assbrpent of fine J
2 China in hand painted,.decorated and plain, any kind J'
you want Do-not forget about Iny cut' "glass and J ;
! MRS. T.N. MURPHY!
Hardware and crockery.
MAlf foE S&T LAKE
week sh'ippsd a eaeiMdof malt to a Salt
Lake brewing firm. ' The shipment rep
resented abedt $700 worth of prepared
Such a variety of races b represented
by the inhabitants of the Philippine tht
thirty-one languages are spokeif there. - I
' The governor of Rhode Island, George
tu ukutr, ie at aeranui-aay avenusfc ana
the executive department of the state
does no business on Saturday.
The purchase or sale 'of typewriters
without police permission was forbidden
in Russia not long ago. The step' was j
taken to check the use of typewrtten
revolutionary circulars . ;
It is said that Paderewski capf play
over five hundred ... . compositions ; from
memory. It Is only necessary . for him
to read or play over a composition twice
in order to memorize it
According to Professor . Darwin a
twelxe-thousand-ton ship : cah be run
twice across the Atlantic at fifteen' knots
per hour on twenty-two ounces of radium
' In Japan children begin going to school
when six years old. During tha first
four years . they learn Japanese and
Chinese, and in the next four years every
child has to learn English... . - , .
It is asserted by army surgeons that
tha expressions on the faces of soldiers
killed in a battle indicate the cause of
death. There ta a look of repose on the
faces of those who have perished from
sword wounds, while there b an . ex
pression of pain on the countenance of
those stain by bullets. '
, A QUESTION , ;
- "Can I be a Christain outside" vqT the
church?" is.ths question to be considered
by Evangelist Handsaker in the Central
church this evening. t
Sometimes we hear one say. "I wish to
be a Christain but do not wish to enter
the church" and again "I wish to be ' a
Christian but do not care to Join any de
Do these statements mean the same?
Can I be in Christ and not In his church?
ft ..... . . . ,
must i join a aenommation to be a
Christian?. Well come and hear Hand
saker tonight .
' Julius Roesch, the
ROOM AND BOARD-ln private family '
in centrally located., residence. Mr. H. .
S. MASssa.'corner 4thand Main Streets. '
FOR SALE( Two 10 acre tracts. 7
room houses on each. One in orchard.
Furniture goes with one place. On
tract in Cove, other close In. Also on
town lot in' Cove. Inquire Oscar Lump,
LOST A Masonic wstth charm, on the
streets between my. office and rssi-
dene. Reward for return. Da. N. K.
Hall. . , .- . . ,
.The food and the cook are what make
or unmake a ristaiiVit Both must be .
good or else those who eat will move ,
from instead of towards tha door. j
.'The Modal restaurant has the cook
an artist m bi line and the choicest food '
ofeyery description ,1s . procured daily:
This is prepared in a way that will tempt"'
the dullest appetite and the quality is high' ',
enough to satisfy thajtharpeet one. ( '
.The Model Restaurant
- , J. A. AsbucUcvPropriciar
OPHf DAY WessllwaskurCi ia t
t HAVE ARRIVED BY EXPRESS AND WE NOW HAVE ON
DISPLAY THE FINEST LINE OF -
WOMEN'S SUITS AND QOATS
Ever shown in La Crande
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Handsomely Tailored and finished titrailhoiit medlumL ir im I
,n nne fl"3" "omespune material, collartess, strap txlnimedrfiiicy Kfald and " I s
wv.a imiivu, ouiia vi uuiubunc mjiis. nices ranxc from. '! -. 'i
$12.50 to $35.00
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