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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1908)
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pressed his Intention td return In th
spring. - Ke will probably place his
property. Riverside Park, upon' the
market. Wallowa Sun.
The county court has again demon
strated its retrenching pollry by re
jecting all 'bids, for the excavation Of
the shore line below Perry, 'where the
new rood Is to run. Being too hltth,
the bids were rejected, and the court
will do all the work Itself. , This will
mean a flee saving to the taxpayers.
AT THK I'LAVilOUSES.
. ?.Iany at aMUitce. '
School children and their mothers
In large numbers attended the Pastime
mutlnee today. The pictures and songs
-e auch- that, please little and young,
and Manager Heacoek gives special
attention to his afternoon attractions
for the benefit of the little folks. He
irlves them pictures that make their
eyes dahce with merriment and moth
ers can feel absolutely safe In allow
ing their chtlditn to attend this pop
ular playhouse Saturday afternoons. '
r'reecrS4so4rr4e7ie4arf - ce3ee
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. George Long ia now the messenger
boy at "the Western Union office.
Engine 199, the local hoodoo, la in
th shop for light repairs.
T. N. Profit returned to Baker City
this morning. ' ,'
Attorney Charles "Murphy, who hns
been here on legal matters, returned
to his home In Baker this morning.
Engineer Jackson, of the Wallowa
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111 EVERY DEPARTMENT
ico pr ysrd
U 500 Pair sample Shoes, Men's Women's and i
KtXDAY AT THE CHURCHES.
SU liter's Episcopal Church.
run, is tailing a, , vacation . ana . cmo
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Engineer Handrahan has been
temporarily transferred to Pendleton,
where he will run a work train. His
engine Is 55. t v',-.
George E. Mercer has secured a
marriage license to wed Olive Mercer.
Both are from the east and are visit
Ing, Mr. and Mrs.' Sherwood Williams.
Pete Theison, the peer of passenger
engineer on the Vest end, is In Port
land, and Engineer. Curtlss Is taking
. his place.. . ,." .... . y ; v.'- '
The ditching of three freight cars
orf the Wallowa . train yesterday de
layed , arrival of the ' train here last
night several hours. ( , , . i
Fonr fakers occupied as many cor
ners at Depot and Adams avenue to
day.' Then, too, there was a peanut
vender. '..'" i;.-- I '' i.'.; if"
W. J. Splcer returned last evening
J , nH i
' company. ",.r- ., '" ".''" i v'' :';f
Li.F. Massee,' until after the, fyoUiiy
rustj, has accepted (he posltldj jbf xr'
' prs messenger helper between; '"L-
Grande and Huntington. ,.y,.,v(..v"
jH. and C. H. Mlmnaugh and their
mother, each have lumber on. -the
groond for neat residences to be erect
ed on their property In the northeast
. par of town, Wallowa'Sun.' ' : ' 1
There will be no : services in the
Methodist church this evening, but
special services will be held tomorrow
under the auspices of Evangelist Mc
Diarmld. ' ' ' .
" General Manager S. D. Crowe, of the
Home Independent ' Telephone com
pany, who has been In Wallowa coun
ty for several days, returned home
last evening. y' ;. "
Mrs. . Emma Parker and daughter
vlirteav'r ttmiorrbw-night to JlnK ir
brother at Milton.' They will also visit
relatives and friends near' Spokane,
and will be gone for some time."
Commissioner J,: M. Selder Is over
from Cove today on county buslnc3t.
Bids will be opened today for the
changing of the river channel between
here and Perry. ' '
Marion Stanley, who has been' min
ing near Baker City, returned to La
Grande this morning. ,He had all of
. the ear-msrkg of a typical miner, and
stated that 'he was digging .after, the
. yellow gold.
, Rev. S. W. Seemann will be present
at the re-dedicat'.on of the Presbyter-
' ian church in Pendleton tomorrow,
where he will .preach la the morning.
He will return to this city Monday.
J. W. Snodgrass returned last eve
ning from Jiortland. There Is not the
but what Taft carry the state by
a handsome majority. '. ' :
Sooner than anticipated, the work
. has been commenced on remodeling
the Anson building on Adams avenue.
Th3 carpenters went to work today,
tearing out the shelving and removing
the old front - - '';
Fire Chief Jones has been given an
other duty to perform, one that comes
from the geological department of the
government.- On prepared blanks sent
him he is required to give data cover
ing the loss of property In the city for
a stated period.
Two complaints to county assess
menta were" made today, the last day
allowed to file the petitions for chang
es by the board of ifequalizatlon. The
petitioners are prs. F. E. Moore and
George O'Connell. , The case will be
acted on next week. ,
Mrs. S.. R. Haworth, who had been
here with her husband for a week,
returned to La Grande Tuesday. Mr.
and Mrs. Hawojrth' will move to this
city next, eprlng and occupy their
house on eWst Second atreet.nter
Prise-' News-Record. '.' ' '
Joseph Pingree of Ogden, agricul
tural superintendent for the Amalga
mated sugar factories Is here looking
over the situation In Grande Ronde
valley. He visited some of the fields
In this vicinity yesterday and today Is
looking over the company's holdinr-i
In the vicinity of Union.-' .
. - A. G. Wlg'gKtaworth Wi . lurJny
"for La Grande, wher be was joined
; by his wife and they ' proceeded to
their home at Ontario, Cad., to spend
th , winter. itr'. -WIifglcToli' x-
school, 10 a. m.; morning" service, 11
a. m.; evening aervieer .5 p. m. Lit
any and choir practice Fridays at 7:8(1
p. m. Those who would like to Join
an adult Bible or church history class,
please notify the rector at once. Rev.
Upton H. Glbbs, rector.
Fin Baptist Church.
Corner Sixth and Spring. Sunday
school. 9:45 a.Tn.; preaching, 11 a. m.,
by J. W. Oliver; young people's meet
ing, 1:80 p. m., led by Mr. Storkey.
No preaching at night on account of
Illness of . Pastor W. H. Gibson. A
cordial Invitation la extended to every
body to attend these services.
V ' First Presbyterian Church.
. Washington avenue and Sixth
- "tf?fL ; In the morning Attorney J. S.
Hodgln and Frank Holen will make
brief addresses In the evening there.
wlll .;bB a song service with special
music "by ' the- choir. ' Sunday school,
9:45 a, m., W; L. Brenholts, superin
tendent; C," E. service, 8:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday, 7: SO p. m.
Rev. S. W. Seemann, D. V., minister.
' Firwt Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner - M , avenue and Fourth
street 4 ' Special . meetings under, Mr.
W. L. McDiarmld are continuing. Sun
day, 9:45; Bible school; 11 a. m., sub
ject, "Sin and . Its Punishment"; 6:30
p. m., Epworth League,' "God in the
Christian's Heart." Leader, Mrs. Lei
la Harvey. Sunday, 7:30, "Hell." At
$ p. m., a Bervlce for men only at
hthe Christian church, subject, A
Twentieth Century Investment."
Splendid -pMislrf and preaching,, Gos
pel service for women only at the
MethodlBt church at 3 p. m. A cordial
welcome' to all services. Rev. C. E.
Deal, pastor. .
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dr. w. d. mcmiixan.
Painless Dentistry. '
Expert Gold Work a Specialty.
Special attention to children's teeth.
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La Grande National Bank Building.
All II All IV Bl
The Amalgamated Sugar company
will again . 'resume operations next
Monday morning. - In an official no
tice the management announces to all
its employes to be on hand Monday.
The day' crew is wanted at 7 o'clock
a. m., and the night shift at 7 p. m..
Beets are coming to the bins rapid
ly since the roads.drled up, and the
management believes It has sufficient
beets on hand to warrant a continu
ous run from new until the season Is
over.'. It had been planned to do this
If the weather remained favorable, by
Old Sol's consent, the factory will be
In position to do s announced. -
CHANGS IN FIRM.
Walter Banker Disposes of His Inter-
.'. est In Royal Bakery.
Notice of the dissolution of the. firm
of Roesch ft Bunker,, proprietors of
the Royal bakery, appears elsewhere.
Hermann Roesch la now sole proprie
tor and will continue the 'business at
tha eld stand, where be will be pleased
to meet all his present friends and
make many new ones. i He believes he
makes th,e best bread In Lar Grande,
and further believes you will think so
if yw s1t a trial. . Mr. Bunker,
wno is W of our rustling young men,
expects to leave Monday for Garfield,
Wajh., where i expects to go Into
bualnOK. Walter has tnany friends
hrtwho wlah hba Vaccpsa. .
Holy communion, 8' a. m.;
performances oi wnat . is considered
by all to be a tip-top shew. . See It
before the chang has taken place.
Magtclnn Coming; Berry Going.!
Things come thick and fast at the
Scenic In special attraction lines.
While there is yet a chance to see Le
roy Berry before he leaves the city.
a't the three performances tonight the
patrons of clean vaudeville'' should
avail themselves of . the opportunity.
The popular comedian 'closes his pres
ent engagement after tonight. The
film pictures are excellent. The songs
are making great Impressions. Wal
ters & Murray put on a burlesque on
Mr. Temple's Telegram" that is
surely great. ,. ' . ,
For next week there vri k an at
traction In the maglclan'Tlne.. -Manager
S. A, Gardlnler proposes to let
the public see for Itielf that Romaine,
the king of magicians, is a, fine feat
ure for the house. He can be seen in
his marvelous acts on' Monday night,
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. Homalne, Kins of MaslolaiiH, at he
Scenic for ihe week of Ovtolier 25..
ACCTJSED OF SELLING
UQUOK IN IOXELT HUT.
Jacob Foaciw, Jary Is Picked This
Morning- Large Per Cent of Jurors
Voted "Dry" at Recent Election-
Said to Have Sold Liquor Near not
Lk at One Dollar. Per Bottle A r
. rested Soma Time Ago.
The case wherein Jacobs Fouchs Is
charged' by the state with selling In
toxicating liquor, , commenced this
morning In the circuit c'ourt. , The de
fendant was represented by Attorney
J. F. Baker and the .state by District
Attorney F. 8. Jvanhoe.- The entire
f ar&nwa wa -occupid In securing a
fury, and" some 1 Jurors were exam
ined before the required 12 Were ae-
S 0 TRIAL
The difference, was ;partlcu-idat
UaiX cartful la making Its aelection.
Numerous questions wers Asked, but
ITe Will Save You
Last J year's stock at exactly one half the original price, Ibese are fast the thing for .
School wear and are excelknt value. ' , 11
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1500 yds. Outing
500 suits men'b Winter underwear
60c on the dollar, $3.00 for $1.80 and $2.00 1;
Soap 7 Bars
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one In particular was asked In almost
every Instance, Attorney Baker seem
ed specially anxious to know how the
Juror 'voted regarding prohibition at
the last election. Invariably he would
ask, "How did you vote Regarding pro
hibition at the last election? A ma
jority answered,. "Dry." According to
the answers 'of the Jury as it now
stands, , more than two-thirds voted
"dry."- k;. . '..... '.' ;.
District Attorney Ivanhoe, In ; his
opening address to the Jury, stated
that he expected to prove that de
fendant had a barrel of liquor at' his
place near the Hall farm, from which
he made a practice of selling liquor to
persons wishing to purchase and the
usual price was one dollar per bottle.
He . also stated that he expected to
prove aa a specific charge that on thm
29th dqy of June last, he sold a bottle
of intoxicating liquor to R. E., Jef
files, for which the defendant received
. Attorney Baker, for the defense,
stated In his remarks" to the Jury tnat
the district attomeyr--he believed,
would have trouble In sustaining the
charges, and that he hoped to prove
that his client had transgressed no
law. Following Is the Jury:
Frank Zurbrlck, W, R. Ledbetter,
Earl Jones, W. F. Gekeler, W. B. But
terfield, J. W. McAllister, W. D. Wil
son, Harry Weimer, Thomas Snyder,
W. L. .Walsinger, O. P. Harrison, 8.
Ml Haynes. ' I
A lengthy hitch was given the trial
this afternoon when . It twas' learned
that pn of the prosecution's witnesses
bad not answered his summons. .
. : Bed Springs Stretched,
Old springs made good as new.
Don't throw th sm away, 1 W. H. Ricks
with his new painted Unlenat Ted
Spring stretcher, guarantees ii wmk
Will only be'n La urantlo une Veek.
"Phone him at f.onda Va..ey housn,
and he will call. Work dme at yoar
home. Machines f i- uh . 10-23-29
STRAW VOTE AT SCHOCL8.
Ttt Leads Bryan Two to One in La
.. , ' .Grande High School.
' Testeday the La Grande high
rchoo) took a straw vote on tha presi
dential situation. JU ls.: rather . re
markabl that the jirohlblUon candl-
received none, , and tbt socialist
candidate y en.- Taft reoetved 71
to Bryan's 1.
50 per tent on Your Shoes for Fall i
50 Children's and Hisses
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Regular 12 Jl-2c Grade
The Golden Rule
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Better still, the club terms are sofaasy that any one can have
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ly or weekly payments. , ,
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unpaid balanve. . '. ' ;; ;
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