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When any one tells yoo that any
one man can deliver the labor vote,
refer him to Mr. Gimpers' experience
It Is to be hoped that it will ever be
thus. It is an Insult to state that any
class of intelligent men can be Toted
' as some one man may dictate- That
time may have been. but not in this
epoch of our history. The Australian
ballot Rare such opportunities its
death blow. .
' 1 1 ii ' ,'i ' ' i
Callfoml.l has adopted the direct
primary law. This means trouble for
the politicians, for the first few years,
unlit the voters realize that they have
repor.:WiIty to meet. It. r'iulre-
om time to bring this about. It is
o esy to let the borne do the tliick-
.. . ,
It begins to look as though we mn
will have to call up-m our lady friend
boosters, to g- oat and get that irri
gation acreege signed up. Y"ell, to
say the least, there Is not the least
question but what they would accom
plish the tHst.cd end within a week If
thy went out after It. '
We presume that the selection of the
federal bulMing will soon be official
ly announced. It was stated that
nothing would be done In the matter
until after election. Taft could not
have carried Union county had the
location of the site been made public
prior to November i.
It we could get the energy concen
trated on our irrigation project for
bout l days that there was on the
presidential election, that 20,000 acres
would be signed without any trouble.
sit a an ritir i
lateral security for a loan, the money
from whirb was used to pay for the
exchange that you afterward resllzrd
on; so my statement holds gcM that
the promoters did not inrent any ac
tual capital In these banks.
The fj'j;tn that ellvlied the Inter
view a n. vt to call Into question th
!unlBrtt of the other banks men.
timd. b:o.iue It was the fact that
their tflunln3 was In large part the
!h caus of tht failure, fir Mr. bri
ber wj cirrpe'S-vl to aw
transfer everything that
rom the othr bnn's-he was Interest
.1 In w?i.n h& 'Xlthilrvr from them.
sufilee for a general explanation of a
seeming difference of opinion.
. J B. STODDARD.;
BLUE M0UI1TM1 HOUSE
T. J. GRAY Prop. ( New Management)
fates $1X0, $1.25, 51.50
Best 25 c meal la the city
Beds 25c and 50c
t All outside rooms. Board
and lodge $6. , pet week
vne diock irom oepoi v
Only house in the
white help only
CECRGE PALMER. PrtskJent W. H. ERENHOLTS Asi"t Cashier
J. M. BERRY. Vies Prwidsnt C. S.
F. U MEYERS Cashis'r
WILLI AVS. 2d AsttCashar
La Grande National
Of La Grande, Cregcr
I CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $160,000
SrXDAT AT THE CIUHCirES.
I'lrnt )I.llidI.-t Fplcopal Omrth.
Corner M anl Fourth fiC fun day,
;45 a. m., Bible school, Geo. IL Cur
rey, iuperintendent: 11 a. public
worship, subject, "Love." At 12 m..
clan meetlnj; :J0 p. m., Epworth
League, subject. "Church Building."
George II. Cleaver, leader; 7:30 p. m,
public worship, sutject, . "Faith."
Thursday, 7 p. m., teachers' meeting;
7:1 J, p.-ayer meeting. A conlial wel
come to alL Special music by the
chorus choir, Misa Laura Green, di
rector. Rev. C. E. Deal, pastor.
Hn.t Presbyterian Cliurch.
Washington avenue and Sixth L
llorwilng subject,' "The Glorious Priv
ilege of the Christian." Evening sub-j-ict.
"The Prominent Characteristic
of the Church of Today." Special
mu.-lc by the choir. Hun-Jsy school,
9;4J a. m., .W..L. UrenhuH." siiperia-
tendoaL C. E. service, 6:30 p. m.
Prp;er meeting Thurs-liiy, 7:30 p. m.
rt&v. S. V. gcmann, D. D., rninlater.
What will unquestionably set ariplit
the erroneous lmprein and mista
ken Interpretation of the recent Inter
view by The Observer with J. B. 6:d
dnrd in this city, held by F. S. plater,
ranhier of the Canyon City Nnt'nn;tl
bank, Is a letter sent today to Mr.
Siftter by Mr. Stoddard. As U polnteJ
out In the fetter, he two m n havo
opp..il!e '?ewpolr.ts. Following is a
copy of the letter today forwarded ti
Ln Grande. Ore., Nov. 7, 193S.
Mr. F. S. Slater,
Canyon City, Oregon.
Dear tflr: I read your Utter t,o The
Observer In which you take exception
to one part of my statement as to th
causes leading up to the failure of
the Farmers & Traders bank. The
difference between us is in the point
of view, and the construction put upon
this statement: "The banks at Sump-
ter and Canyon City were started the burglars who early this morning
without a dollar of actual capital be-entered seven places in the business
mural Cliurt'ii of Clirt-t.
Bible school, 9: 43 a.'m.. O. C, Flesh-
man, superintendent. Prayer and
pral.: 10:50; the Lord's supper, 11:-
; seraion, 11:30, subject, "The Safe
Investment"; Junior C' E. tn base
ment and T. P. S. C. E. in main room
at 4:J) p. m.: preaching service, 7:30
p. m. Sermon on "Pitching Tents To
ward Sodom." A cordial Invitation to
alt whose tiutlea permit them to at
tend.5 ' - .
St. Peter's Church.
Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity.
Hoi ycommunion, 8 a. m.; Sunday
school, 10 a. m.; morning service, 11
m.; evening service, i p. m. ; The
Bible clays for adults will meet In the
church at 4:15 p. m. promptly. Please
bring pencils and note books. Rev,
Upton II. Gibbs. rector. '
TIT- .' '
Flot Hoptl't Clitirtli. '
Corner Sixth and Spring." At 9:5,
Sunlny school, superintendede by
Mrs. C. E. Happersett; 11, morning
Woiship, sermon by Dr. Fred C. W,
Parker, corresponding Secretary of
the Oregon Bap'isi State contention;
1:3'), young people's' hour, program
led by Miss Jcnnte Oliver, llicme.
"Evangel! tle and'. Missionary Zeal"';
7:30, evening worship, sermon by Dr.
Parker. In consequent of the serious
character of the pastor's injuries and
the probability of his Inability to en
ter fully into the proposed revival to
have begun NovcUber 15, the date of
the meeting is changed. The spe
cial meetings will be held, beginning
J:nuary 31 and continue through Feb
ruary. Dr. AlexnnJor Blackburn will
bt our evangelistic help. Cordial
we'rome to ail services. W. H. Glb
would you prefer to pay? A
good stiff on to the doctor for
curing some of your family of
pneumonia or rheumatism or
our modest on for the coal '
which would have prevented the
nines ? Thick It tmr. Then
yglvo us th :der frv coai. Dj
it soon, too. Even a little chill
may mean a big bill for th
:0. F. FOWLER . Phone Main 10
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Berry ' A. B. Con!y F. J. Hc!m F. M. Brjkit
C C Pannirtgtcn F. L, Mtyera Ceo. L. Cleaver
W. L, BtenholU Csorg Palmer
; Along" without o
"She had done her besf-A
leaky range was to ' blame"
Why not know the delightful
sitisfa Uon of hawTfl
Hatttt1fttttttttttf tttff ttttltttttttt rt
Grande Ronde Lumber Co.
CA Fl'RMSH LIMBER OF M L MVDS
IN CARLOAD LOTS.
fcr 16 inch CUain U'acd Dcliicretf tt jo.r i1cn:c.
Call up Vi l. Ef AN, La Crerd;. . t.cr.e, Krd 1741
smsia uon ot navmg yo
work done perfectly That
comes from using a Monarch jj jrrgtTOx .
Range? Ii. "Stay St iact"ry"Rjv2e
Prison bloodhounds were uVed this
morning ln a futile attempt to trace
Ing Invested by the promoters," etc.
This uoea not say that citixenn of these
towns uid not put up any capital when
'the banks were made sound."' It m'ore
ly refers tn what the proniuters did.
Vou soy I20 in er.ehanse on the
Sumpter or Farmers & Traders bank
V3 p-Jfl tor Kir. Scriber's st-x-k lit
tlie Canyon City bnnk. This stock
Mas held by the b'umyter Ltinii as vul-
district, but who got little for their
trouble probably not over $15. says
th V.'.:u Walla Bulletin. The hounds
were uuuuiv co cclirpit;h "anitfclas.
as it was hours after the crimes when
they were put on the trail, and the
scent ws mixed by the hundreds of
pedestrians who had passed along the
U is s-ji'pjsed that there were two
I We are Pre
Make Loans on
1 Farmorcifv nronertv
Our Abstract Books the most complete in the County. An
X Abstract fucshhed by us is absolutely reliable ,'. .'.
I Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
jt . ; - '
I La Grande Investment Co.
t Foley Block - - . . La GraudeK Ore.
and pssib!y three ImpqMoated In the ; growers' warehouse to visit Pendleton
affair. The man .who sot into the T in the Hth and will also attend the
Moss grocery was seen by P.ev. M. L : meeting of, the stated association in
SanriVrs of be First' II. E. church, i Heppner on the'llth. With these gen
K?v. Sanilei tried t- shoot the burg-'tlemen will be other workers Interest
lar. but fl.eU becausu his gun was not ed in the proposition,
loaded. It Is s".,;. .-ed this man had' The meeting in this city on Satur
one other with i...u as a lookout. J day, November 1. will be of the ut
They got less U.aa $15 ln cnsii frcra j most Importance to every woolgrower
the s'ven p,. ' -' yt damage done to I in the county association. The coyote
sifes and cafh drawers and windows j bounty law will be discussed as well
will mean in, j of a loss to the pro-! as the warehouse proposition, dele-
pnoMiv-.vr mi:x to attend.
Vlj(cr ltlng In Pendleton
gates ti the Heppner meeting will be
chosen, and the winter's salt Is t be
Pendleton. Xov. . According to a
Iettr received from Secretary Walker
cl ihf Katiii: Wt-s.?g?-w-r'
t!on. President Gooding of the assn-"
elation, J. E. Cosgrlff. one of the
CouuMrion Slisnso Fjt-Convlct.
An unknown Indian, an -con1ct.
released on psrole yesterday, was
robbed and thrown from the Northern
Pacific train last night near Eureka
ex-coovlcts. . The Indian's leg
brokea by the fall and he
I IIL 1
0REC0M FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIATfOM
A HOME COMPANY 34.000 MEMBF.RS
$28,000X00.00 INSLRAIVCE IN FORCE
A Mutual Company can Save You from 40 to 50 per
cent on Your Insurance
J. IV. OLIVER, AGENT, la CrandcOr.
Cor. 6th St and Washington Ave Phone Red 1782 J
made ' at North j
Every Sack Guaranteed
i GRANDE RONDE CASH CO.
VV 00D, C0AI AMD ; : : )
prominent members, and W. II. Mar.w ' brought to one of the hospitals In thisj
representing the Chicago buMnesi city for treatment. Efforts are being
men. will be members of the party! made today to apprehend the. guilty J
agitating the proposed national mool- parties. Walla Walla Bulletin.
Cut Prices on Lumber and j
Shingles for large Orders
We need the money; You need the material
; i ; ; .
Fir and Native Lumber, Cedar
STODDARD LUMBER CO.