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EVENING C BSERVEIt, LA GRANDE OKEGON, SATCRDAV, JIXT 18, 1908.
HORRIBLE CALIFORXU MURDER
STATE CHAIRMAX CAKE-
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j! ifl n l c i B ELECTRIC THEATRE
j 11 UlJzii TICKETS
This time the little boys and irlsand big ones too
' Get' a Benefit. '
Always on tlio alen
. little 1hU than tlio 01
time to clean up what
New Fall Stock which will soon
I to offer
nil nary, belne-jjflartWi
patrons unmet bjiypr00!, something; a'
ITurly anxious Just at this
lt goods ana make room for the . .
In to arrive, have made arrangements
whereby they are able to give FREE, ONE ELECTRIC THEATER TICK-
BEGINNING MOIL, JULY 20
Exclusions From Elgin and I'nlon
" Sunday Main Line O. It. & X. Slay
Go Through City of I'nlon.
: DEMEMBER This is in addition to the EXTREMELY LOW ::
: : SALE PRICES already placed on ' Our Summer Stocks : j
WERE IS THE CHANCE to give the children and your
Selves a Grand Treat Absolutely Without Cost, Beginning Monday Morning, July 20 j !
LA GRANDE, OREGON
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, ,
Noted Women Will Meet Tomorrow In
Bcnoca Falls, N. T., July II. To
morrow will be a notable anniversary
for the suffragettes of the world,
since It was Just 10 years ago, on July
lt, 1848, that the first woman suf
frage meeting In the world's history
was commenced In this village. Elis
abeth Cady Stanton, Amelia Jonks
Bloomer and other women who at
tained International fame were among
those gathered In the Wesleyan church
to voice the first faint cry of femin
ine rebellion, which has now swelled
1n volume until It Is heard around the
Of the SO women and nearly as
many men who signed the declaration
of rights, which was the result of the
convention of 1(48, only two are
known to be living. Mrs. William
Clark, who signed the declaration 10
years ago as Miss Susan Qulnn, still
lives at her home In Oardcn street
Mrs. Mary B. Hubbard, whose name
appeared as Miss Mary E. Conklln on
the declaration, Is living at the John
son home at the age of 71 years.
James Mott, husband of Lucretla
Mott, was president of the convention
and Henry B. Stanton, husband of
Elisabeth Cady Stanton, was chair
man of the committee which drew up
the declaration of rights. Frederick
BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
T. J. CRAY Prop. ( New Management)
i Rates 51.00, $1.25, $1.50
Best 25c meal In the city
Beds 25c and 50c
All outside rooms. Board
and lodge $6. per week
One block from depot. TRY OUR SERVICE
Only house in the ;
white help only
Douglass, who was then tolling for
the emancipation of the slaves, was
present, as was Mrs. Amelia Jenks
Bloomer, whose name has become at
tached to a style of woman'a dress
which she advocated as practical In
Ansel Bascom, the first village pres
ident of Seneca Falls and then one of
the leading lawyers here, took a great
Interest In the convention. It was due
largely to his efforts and those of
David Dudley Field that women were
given the right to earn money and be
the guardians of their children.
Susan B. Anthony, who later took
the leading part In the fight for wo
man's rights, csme to Seneca Falls In
the spring of 1850 to attend an anti
slavery convention which was being
conducted by George Thompson and
William Lloyd Garison. While here
she was the guest of Mrs. Amelia
It was while returning from one of
the meetings that they stopped on a
street corner, and Mrs. Bloomer In
troduced Miss Anthony to Elizabeth
Cady Stanton. After that time Mrs.
Stanton and Miss Anthony began their
work for women, with great vigor..
Auto Acvldrnt In Indiana.
Fort Wayne, 1ml.. July 18. Six
persons riding In an auto wore killed
this afternoon, when the car was de
molished by the fast Pennsylvania
passenger train at a crossing near
! CreditorsNot Satisfied i
They Must Have More Money
Further Sacrifice in This Drug Stock
Tim Creditors' Kale st Uie Red Cross Drug Store will be continued un
til after the first of August. Toilet 8oaM and Toilet A it k Ira at further re
ductions. Leather Goods, Mirror, Combs, Ilrunliea, Rubber Goods, Kla
Monrry, Drugs and Druggist' Sundries. Further reduction In prices on
Uie above. BEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IX THESE LINES IX
Tins LOCALITY. i ,
Red Cross Drug Store
a 4 ssa iriiuiii n Savr
(North Powder News.) .
Howard Campbell left Wednesday
for Portland with a carload of cattle.
X Lindley sold a band of sheep of
2300 head, to C. S. Moore, for $2.25
per head. ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jarman, and Mrs.
Emory Jarman, returned the first of
the week from their camping trip.
., Mrs. Clark E. Saunders and son, C.
E. Jr., passed through the city Wed
nesday en route to Hot Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morrison have
rented Chester Hansen's house al
ready furnished, and wilt undertake
. Chester Hansen, formerly of North
Powder, but now located In Baker
City, where he conducts an automobile
livery business, was In town Thurs
day.. u. . - .
. (Union Scout) ,
. John Nelson had his shoulder dis
located last Monday by being thrown
from the back of- a wild horse.
Mr. Cunningham, who has been 111
for some time. Is quite low this week
and the doctor gives little hope for
Monday the Union Pine Lumber
company started their men on a dou
ble shift In order to keep all of the
men employed and keep up with their
There will be an excursion from
Cove to La Grande next Sunday, July
1, for the benefit of those who wish
to attend the Cove-Elgin ball game,
for 1200 a side, which will be the
greatest event of amateur ball this
Miss Lueen Hall and Miss Francis
Heritage left Wednesday morning for
La Grande for a visit with Mrs. J.
R. Oliver. Later, Miss Heritage will
go on to Walla Walla, where she will
be the guest of Miss Maud Morton.
A daughter was recently born to
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Warnlcke, who for
merly lived In Union, but are now res
idents of Idaho.
The North Powder Produce com
pany this week closed the shipment of
nearly 100 tons of old hay from Union
It la understood that Waldo Perry,
of Union, Is to be the new deputy as
sessor and will take his position In the
assessor's office at La Grande about
the first of the year.
The Coffin electric show has been
holding forth at the opera house this
week, and gave general satisfaction.
The pictures are aa good as are seen
In much larger places and the show
has been quite well patronised.
Steps are being taken toward Induc
ing the O. R. N. Railway company
to build through Union, and the Idea
Is worth following up. It will soon
be known whether the O. R. N. will
consider such a proposition or not.
M. R. Woodard la packing up his
saloon outfit and will move the samo
to Baker City. Here he has engaged
a building and will reopen at that
place. Ultimately Mr. Woodard ex
pects to locate at some coast point,
not yet fully determined.
Mrs. T. J. Scroggln of La Grande,
has been visiting In this city for sever
al days, the guest of Mrs. J. D. Som
mer. Wade Groy left on Tuesday eve
ning's train for a visit with relative
and friends in Kentucky.
Mrs. Henry Uinehart Jias been III
for several days, but It somewhat Im
proved as we go to press.
Miss Hattle Short of La Grande.
passed through Elgin Tuesday en
route to Wallowa county, where she
will spend several days visiting
B. F. Fuller, a recent arrival from
Woodland, Ore., has purchased what
is known as the Thomas Boyd place
north of this city.
The excursion train to La Grande
next Sunday will leave Elgin at 11:10
p. m. and will leave La Grande on the
return trip Immediately after the
The death of the 5-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kelum, oc
eurred at Summervllle Tuesday, July
14, 1008. Death resulted from scarlet
fever. Another child belonging to
the Craig family Is also afflicted with
Head of Watoliman In Alameda h-
Crushed to Pulp by Robbers.
Oakland,, Cel., July 18. With his
head crushed to a pulp, the body of
Henry Eange, for 20 years a watch
iman In the Pacific Coast Borax plant
at Alameda, was found In the yard of
the plant today. There was evidence
a fearful struggle, all through the
basement, out to where the body was
found. Two pieces of pipe, each ten
feet long, one of them covered with
hair and blood, show the manner In
which the crime was committed.
A cut on Bange's hand shows that
a knife was also .used. His pocket?
were turned out, Indicating robbery as
the motive. The wounds on the head
indicate that the murderers pounded
Bange's head some time after their
victim fell for the last time. '
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Hauls Down Ills Flag After 40 Years'
. . . .Service. . .
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With simple ' bui . Impressive cere
monies, Rear Admiral W, T. Burwell,
commandant of this navy yard, hauled
down his flag this morning, ending an
active career extending over a period
of 40 years; Captain John A. Rodg
ers," formerly In charge of the light
house district of Tompklnsvllle, N. Y..
succeeded him. A salute of 18 guns
was fired. The same salute was given
when Rodgers' flag was hauled up.
May Fight at Ely.
Ely, Nev., July 18. Tex Rlckard Is
on his way to Salt Lake to see the of
ficials of the Oregon Short Line about
securing rates from Salt Lafte and
Ogden to Ely, for the coming fight be
tween Gans and Nelson. If Rlckard
can get the rates he Is looking for, the
fight will be surely held here.
US HIS m -
With Tart. -,
William Cake, state chairman of the
republican state committee, of Port- ,
land, passed through the city last eve
ning on No. 2, en route to .the Ar
kansas hot springs, where he goes to
attend a conference of the republi
cans of the country, with regard to the
conditions of Oregon, and states that
Taft will carry the state by a hand
some majority. He does not expect
to return until about September, when
the campaign proper will begin, t-
wants to see Taft clubs organized lu'
every county and is meeting with en
couragement everywhere. In fact, a
number of clubs have already been enrolled.
He Refuses to Dlwuss
Lincoln, July 18. W. J. Bryan Is
receiving congratulations today on his
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egatlon of labor leaders. 5 He refus&t
to discuss the messages or from whqmjL
they were' received. Bryan declines
to say anything about the report that
certain labor leaders will take the
stump advocating his election. It is
reported that Governor Johnson . of
Minnesota, will be here to see Bryan
Trim Your Trees.
branches of wli
sidewalk and st
dered to trim ,
obstruct the wj
be trimmed off to a height of not less
than seven feet from the sidewalk.
J. A. MATOTT,
7-18-25 Street Superintendent.
naihig trees, the
ilckrycteJa over the
rvelw aJ6 heroy or-
fyffj thfjill not
Lili i JS Minim shouli
i Honolulu Festivities.
Honolulu, July 18. Today Is the
third day of the visit of the Atlantlo
fleet, and Is another gala day for th.
officers and sailors. The day wa
taken up with an excursion to Lua
and Pear harbor, and many were
taken through the pineapple planta
tions and the coffee and banana
groves. Tonight will be given over to
Despondent Woman Dies.
Pasadena, Cal., July 18. Mrs. Tea
gle, wife of Walter O. Teagle, the
Standard Oil magnate of ClevelanvL
O., who shot herself In the brain lst
Wednesday In her room here, on'ic
count of Illness, died today. Reports
from the east Indicate an estrange- '
ment between the husband and wife.
NOW IS THE TIME TO :
FILL. YOUR COAL BINS. :
Just at present w art getting
om pint rock sprinos coal, both
nutt and lump. Later in ths seas
on the supply will b short and ths
quality not so good. Send in your
order and ws will deliver it direct
from th car. W also do a gener
al transfer and storage business.
PHONE fid IN 10
Q. E. FOWLER
A. C. MAC LENNAN Propr.
LA GRANDE, ORE.
L08T Between the Palmer mill and
Ninth street, one pair girl's tan driv
ing gloves. Finder please return to
this etXlc and receive rsward. 1-ltf
! GRANDE RONDE
PHONE IS Y01R ORDERS
' City Meat Market Main 50
Hr Street Market Main 48
Our large trade permits us to handle only the best of
everything to be found in a first class market
Try our home made Bacon, Hams and Lard.
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