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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1906)
- WINDOW DISPLAY - 10c!
The Great Prize Contest at
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE
Closes Saturday at 9 p m.
Every cash purchase of $100 entitles you to an estimate on the
value of goods in our show windows. 1 he party estimating near
est to value of goods in any one window receives a present of
$2.50 in merchandise. The party estimating nearest to va'ue of
goods in all windows receives a present cf $5 00 h merchandise.
A GRAND TOTAL OF
Nsples. April 13 The sky wis clearer
this morning and the fall of cinder ceased
for the time being at least. Relief Darties
are constantly finding mora dead bodies.
Domestic animals in the stricken districts
nave been dying continually and their
carcases have added horror to the already
unhealthy conditions. Order is beino
rapidly restored and the government has
rushed every aid to needy and everv
lacility for organizing military law is
being pursued. The still crippled lines
are hurrying provisions and clothing into
the districts. Relief operations are bains
personally conducted by the king.
Six thousand people are encased in
clearing away the debris. Perfect sun
shine has restored high spirits to the
people, and the bright colors are again
seen in the clear air. Everything helps
See what 10c will buy at Mrs T. IV. Murphy's In Tin
ware. Granite, and Glassware. Come and make your
selections before it is all gone.
I also have a nice line of better ware, such os Cut
Class and holiday Goods which I am giving one
fou.'th off in II May 1st
Just received a complete stock of Garden Tools
such as Pakes. Hoes. Spading Eorks, Shovels and
Spaces. My assortment of Fishing Tackle is com
plete in very way.
MRS. T.N. MURPHY j
Hardware and crockery,
In addition to this we give you, for cash purchases profit shareing bonds which en
titles you to one or more of a thousand beautiful premiums. Everything from fine
Silverware to a grand upright Piano. REMEMBER TOO our prices are always the
lowest. The quality of our goods the highest. Trade at the GOLDEN RULE STORE
and save money. We carry everything,
I THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY
1308. 1310. 1312 Ada tna Avnn
Largest Stor- '
RIO GRANDE RAILROAD
TO EXTEND ITS Llfit
Ml Company Secures Option on last Pass ThrauSfe Wisitcft
Rane. First Line to Penetrate Jackson Hole Country
(Scrlpps News Association)
Ogden, April 13. It was announced
this morning that the Rio Grande rail
road, owned by tha Goulds, had taken
options on valuable property in the Ogden
canyon, the only remaining pass through
the Wasatch range. They will construct
a line from this city throughout Northern
Utah and branch into Wyoming with the
intentions of tapping the rich coal region
in the Jackson Hole country which has a
yet never been touched. When the lin
completed, over two hundred miles'of
rails will have been laid.
The Mew Spring Styles now
Come etc xamine
i-A. V. ANDREWS,!
TAILOR and HABERDASHER
There's nothing belt!
Swift's Premium Mains
that is best
A full line always o.i hand
THE CITY GROCERY AMD BAKERY
C. E. Conley of Islandcitv"
business here last evening.
I. M. Eubanks came over from Imhlur
Richard Beck of Baker Citv was In tha
city this morning on busness.
W. T. Hislop of Portland is in the city
today looking after some land interests.
Chas. A. Payle. of Alical. e&nHirUt. in.
lomination for Sheriff in LI nlon Mint.
m w union wis morning.
Attorney C. H. Finn expects to leave
Saturday for Wallowa county to attend
The official Democratic primary ballot
will appear in tomorrow" or next day's
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Earls returned from
Union last evening where thev n.nt m.
past week visiting relatives.
J. H. Peare returned this mnm;n
- ......nig I Will
Portland where he has been trn.,rf;-
business the past few days.
Tomorrow, a SDecial m(m.. u.
beautiful Irish comedy "Kathleen Mau
verneen" will be sriven at 2 n m
James P. Price of Salem uhn ha. I....
.. ..w no. ioou
visiting his daughter Mrs. A T u;n
this city left this morning for Boise City,
i ne time has passed when m.
vote for a candidate for an important
office without ascertaining whether his
qualifications fit him for that office. Judge
Watson of Portland owes hi. i
in his present campaign for United States
senator to this fact
n.u80rge s. Shepherd, candidate
.or me nepuoiican nomination for Re-
k.-"w in congress, is in the city
today meeting old friend, and makino
nitut An.. M ci . . .
..... ........ ... ,epnera nai uneqU8
v,.,., cara upon wnjc(j js
himself m a sailors costume standing at
anerm r. B. Johnson is makinga re
cord in this way he. is collecting and
turning over the monav rr;A
Yesterday he turned over to the treasurer
o.o. making a totalof $158,761.
Pru , ascompareo with the
re,. oo lMt of only
"u oou ou; nas about $20,000 yet
I" . "V'n,cn 'urn over just a.
'r.""1"9 rece,Pu be made out
wn.cn out or a total tax roll ofJS 198.000
oniy aoout so nnn -.:j ttj
- - -. miilmiu aiiu
oniy a smau portion of which is due," Mr
Johnson states tha rfr,. ...... . :.
j .oe va will
wu much of this will be paid
before the list is adverti. k. i... .
me year, union countr is e.rUmi.
trous or sucn a show no .m .
ATTORNEY CETS PRAISES
(Scrlppe News Association ) '
Washington, D. C, April 13 Attorney
General Mondy sent Attorney Erwin, the
man who conducted the orosecution
against Gaynor and Green, his and Presi
dent Roosevelt's conirratulatinnt thi
morning, for the able wav he had secured
the conviction of these embezzlers.
(Scrlppe News A.inorirttlon)
New York, April 1 5. Herman Miller
and his wife were awakened by a knock
at the door; the woman arose to open the
door, and was attacked by a burglar,
while a second thief attempted to strangle
Mr. Miller. The man of the house fired a
shot but the bullet deflected by a button.
hit the woman's leg, scaring away her
assailant. Miller killed the man strugg
ling with his wife and the police caucht
the second. Miller recocnized the dead
man as Ed Scanlon and the prisoner as
Pat Donovan. Miller says they knew he
had money in the house.
(Scrlppe News Amoclntlon)
Dallas, Trttas, April 1 3. It was re
ported here today that six were killed and
many injured in a cyclone which swept
Briggs, Texas, yesterday. The dead are:
Mrs. R. Hickman and daughter, Arnet
Targbor and wife. R. A Patteson and
wife. Many buildings and other property
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS
OF UNION COUNTY
I hereby announce myself at
Candidate for the Republican nom
ination for Sheriff of Union County,
subject to the primary nominating
.a in ... nii
. m. m v -r -- ....
J. M. Murphy
Mrs. Grace Barria Vould like six table
boarders at No. 1808. 4th. St For par
ticulars call up red 881.
Washington D. C. April 13 The Pre
sident after repeated conference with
his cabinet, has determined to inaugurate
a vigorous campaign to reclaim ths
government land unlawfully fenced by
large cattle owners. So far these men
have escaped through technicalities.
QUIET LITT1E IUN0I
or dinner in a well appointed dinins room
where the food is excellent and well serv
ed, will be a treat for the nicest girl in
tne world or a pleasant change for your
The Model Restaurant is just tha place
to bring the ladies. Everything comes up j!y,j
to their idea of what is good and the
cost won't bother the man who pays the N'
The Model Restaurant
J. A. Arbucklr, Proprietor
w m1 weekly C J eft
WHEN IN LA GRANDE B
we invite consideration of our
complete stocks of spring ap
parel for women. , our perfect
store service and our greater,
values. Among other lines that
we are particularly strong on
The PALMER Women's
Street Suits and
Values from $10.00 to$35.00
in Twueds, Cheviots, Worsteds,
and Serges. Colors Blacks,
Blues. Grays and Brown mixed.
Royal Worcester or Bon Ton,
Princess Hip and Straight Front
Models with Hose Supporters
$1.25 to $5.00
L.R, Grande, Oregon
E. P. REED S
FINE SHOES FOR
Tne fit in our women's shoes
like the QUALITY. STYLE
and general WORKMANSHIP
is the best to be had when price
s to be considered. All leath
$2.50 to 1$5.00
We carry in almost "all sizes
Our style book containing more
than twelve hundred illustra
tions will be mailed to you for
twenty-five cents, postpaid
The Closing Sale on Our Men's and Boys' F
CLOTHINGS and FURNISHINGS
We find it necesssry to enlarge our Ladies' and Misses' ready-to-wear
department, therefore have inaugurated the biggest closing
and price cutting sale ever held in this city.
Clothing Suit Cases Gloves Shoes
Caps Hats Underwear Trunks
Neckw.ar Pants Shirts Collars
A savingof $1.00 on every J3.00 on any of the above flnnarei