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1THE PEOPLE'S STORE
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tates is represented here. We brought these goods here because ::
we needed them-because you needed them. We expected an ex-::
: ceptionally large fall trade arid we are gettmg it. These goods ::
There now must be gone by December the first. At that time we ::
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: w.ll oegin opening a new line orine largesi collection or iiuuuay
: goods ever shown in this town. We will need lots of room for ::
:: this new display. We want to hurry things a little with this pre- :
bcni siock in oruenogei u ouroi ine siore ounn wis inumn.
Consequently all during November-every day from now until De-::
:i cember 1st-you can expect many special bargain prices here. We ::
know that bargain
is now on the move.
: La Grande's Leaein
It OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
: The real value of
your property v de-;
: pends entirely upon :
A properly prepared
will showycu the exact
condition ; of ycur tide
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AND LET US EXPLAIN
WHAT AN ABSTRACT
MEANS TO YOU I
La Grande National . Bank I
, Call at Studio.
nc studio formerly occupied
Xlus Hunstock on Main street, now
pened by Mis Nell to do embroidery.
tiMWd leather work and will teach In
all these lines.' Call and Inform your
self more fully.
fine PterlVicr wed potatoet for sale
thin week only. 85 cents per crate, at
Conley warehouse, or $1 per crate de
XJtrod. THRONSON FKUIT CO.,
By G. L. Cleaver.
hold. Every line of
prices do move things. This entire stock ::
I Santo Glotheswasher
The only Washing Machine made en
tirely of metal. ;. Better ' than
i all other washing machines
The only washing mochine
the dirt out of clothes. It
rub the clothes and therefore does not
wear and tear A free demonstration
au your home which will show you fn a practical man
ner Just what it will do and leave you to judge.
G. C Scheurer,
Agent for Wallowa and Union County
PHONE RED (082
: Thanksgiving is al-
most here-Have you
: the necessary table
etc. to have your
: table appointments?
you willfind that you
can secure the necessary articles here with
: the most complete stock to select from and
j the most up-to-date and finished ol beauti
: ful design and workmanship.
: WOULD YOU CAR TO INSPECT?
! J. H. PEARE
Opposite La Grande National Bank. Comer Elm and Adams Ave
Fall's newest style die-::
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and Clothing Emporium
LA GRANDE, OREGON
VANGUARD OF DELEGATES
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retold In oral
ind newspaper reports
later on. . , f . '
Herewith Is published the program
for the thre days, said to be not like
ly to change except for a few addi
tions from tlmo to time: ?
i Iteglstratlon of delegates.
10 Call to order. .
. Invx-aUoB. t -
"Amarlca." '. '.
Dr. M. K. Hall, mayor of La Grande.
10:J0 Greeting of Federation, from
entertaining: club. Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe.
10:40 Response for Federation,
Mrs. 3. W. Sadler, Woman club, Au
10:0 Report cSf credential commit
11 Reports of offices ' '
. ' Treasurer.
General Federation secretary.
Report of delegate to Boston
Biennial, Mrs. Kate Bingham
1:80 Music Chorus, "Daft i,"
(King Hall), the Lyle Tuesday Musi
cale chorus. '
Introduction of visitors.
'1:4 President's address.
2:10 Committee reports (( minutes
3.-10 "Art in the Home," Mrs. Alice
3:50 -Discussion. ..
4 Scotch reading, Rev. Jeanette O.
4:10 "How the Club May Benefit
the Mother," Mrs. E. C. Moore
4:30 A Half Hour with the Gen
eral Federation, led by Mrs. Frederick
6 Adjournment '
' Tuesday Evening.
A reception will be tendered the
convention in the Masonic Temple by
e entertaining; clubs, Mrs. Turner
1:30 Call to order. '
Reading of minutes.
10 Reports of clubs (S mlcutes
each). ' ' .
1:30 Conference of presidents. i
Topics (10 minutes each).
"Duty of Delegates," led by Mrs.
"Club Amenities," led by Mrs.
S. C. Flint.
"Business Obligations." led by
Mrs. E. E. Goff.
; "The Press In Relation to Club
Work," led by Mrs. Ivanhoe.
Questions and discussions.
2:30 Music Vocal solo, "O Luce
di Quest Anima," (Donizetti), Miss
2:40 An- Industrial Hour, led by
Mrs. C. C. Chapman..
Address "What the Consumer Can
Do to Improve the Industrial Condi
tions of Women and Children," Miss
May Montgomery. '
3 Address; "The Industrial Condi
tion of Women and Children In Ore
gon," Mrs. C. C. Chapman.
3:20 Discussion. ,
3:40 Address, "The Responsibility
of Opportunity," Rev. Jeanette O. Fer
ris. 4:10 Report of Scholarship Loan
4:40 Goo Citizenship, Mrs. S. M.
Wediienlay Evening. ,
First Baptist Church Topic: Public
Piano solo, "Arabesques, Op. 61
(Chamlnade), Mrs. W. W. Berry.
Vocal duet, "Barcarolle" (Chamln
ade), Miss Jean McDonald and Mr.
Vocal solo, "Tonight" (Napoleon
Zardo), Mrs. A. Lu Richardson.
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The value of a prescription depends upon the prompt
r.ess with which it reaches the sick rcom
"Do It Nov"
is the motto which stands for much in our prescription de-. I
partment. : .'All prescriptions are filled as soon as - received : tr
and delivered as soon asTiitz7 fou Vhw 6iir7Kpiiiaihn:
fnr nnr drun and careful comDOundina .:. .:.
VJe Carry Everything which Should be
Found in a Drug store
HILL5 DRUQ JT0KE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
g -The Mission of the Visiting
Nurse." Mrs. Millie R. Trumbull.
8:10 "Public Sanitation," Dr. C. J.
Smith , member State Board of
8:40 "What Is Being Accomplished
In the Fight Against Tuberculosis,"
(with stereopticon views). Dr. Edward
Allen Pierce, member State Board of
Health and manager Open Air sanita
8:30 Call to order.
Minutes. "' "
10 Consideration : of ' president's
Revision of constitution.
10:30 Report of the . resolutions
Invitations for next meeting.
. Music "Blest Be the Tie That
The setting sun, and music at the close
As the last taste of sweets, Is sweetest
Writ In remembrance more than things
In charge of the entertaining clubs.
Some of the clubs that announced
their delegates late last week, are:
Salem Mrs. Alice A. Dodd, Mrs.
C. L. B. Kelllher, Mrs. F. W. Benson.
Pendleton Mrs. D. Tatom, Mrs. T.
Starkweather, Mrs. D. Gwlnn.
Forest Grovfr Miss Mary Farnham,
Mrs. Charles Hlmes, Mrs. F. J. Mil
ler. : ,
Lents Mrs. Sadie O. Dunbar, Mrs.
The Dalles Mrs. Nettie A. Geisei-
worffer, Mrs. Mary Logan.
Newberg Mrs. R. W. Harold, Mrs.
Baker City Mrs. Barton, Mrs. Car
ter, Miss Susan W. Moore. .
Weston Mrs. R. C. French.
Portland Mrs. Frederick Eggart,
Mrs. G. W. Tlfft. Mrs. Jas. P. Moffetf,
Mrs. Abigail Scott Dunlway, Mrs. T.
P. Wise, Mrs. Grace Watt Ross, Mrs.
Robert Lutke and Mrs. Mary Spauld
Irg from The Dalles., ; ; : , '-
Women's Press club Mrs. Lucia
Faxon Addlton, Mrs. M. T. HIdder.
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master. He was Informed he could
see him at 8:30. Morgan Rays he
never saw his assailant before.
The body was identified by a no
tice from a life Insurance company
that, his premium was due. The card
of the law firm was found, In his
clothes. On one side was written, "In
the event of accident,, notify the above
firm." An empty envelope addressed
to. "Annie Mackey, care of Training
School, Anna Jacques Hospital, New
berry, Mass.," wss also found.
AND RED Y FOR BUSINESS IN OUR :
NEW QUARTERS WITH Til: NEE ST j
AND BEST THINGS FOR MEN TO WER :
An operation showed the bullet pep
forated Morgan's intestines. It Is be
lleved now he has an excellent chance
of recovery., The police theory Is that
Mackey suffered through Morgan's
vigilance In connection with the In
vestigation of charges "of dishonesty
against the postal clerks In New York
several years ago, before Morgan was
postmaster. ' ' ; "
ASSETS KEEP GROWING
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It is understood that It will be some
time yet before anything like an ac
curate statement as to what the bank
will eventually pay out, can be made,
owing to the character of considerable
of the paper and the property.
At this time no one can , with any
degree of accuracy, list "it1 properly,
for what today may be classed as
doubtful may be realized sooner than
There la a rumor on "the street, and
which seems to have much foundation,
that an effort Is being made to get
Mr. Scriber out on bonds, and have
him return to this city and assist In
stralgtening out ' many' matters. It '
was Reported that he would arrive on
the evening train, 'but those who are
somewhat in touch In the matter, do.
not believe he wilt arrive, IT at all, un
til the middle of the week.
(Continued from page 1.)
non's re-election to the speakership
of. the house, because Cannon, in a
speech before the Bankers' cjub Sat
urday night said it was better to leave
the matter of waterways for a future
goumauuii oi greater experience.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, .
U. a Land Office at La Grande.Ora.,
October 6, 1908. .
Notice is hereby given that
BASIL E. LEVER,
of Portland, Oregon, who, on October
5, 1908, made Umber and stone sworn
statement No. 018BS, for NW!4 NW14.
section 28, SWK SW4 section 21, and
S SEK, section 20, township 5
south, range SS E. W. M., has filed
notice of intention to make final tim
ber and stone proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the
register and receiver of the V. 8. land
office at La Grande, Oregon, on the
21st day of December, 1908. '
Claimant names ns witnesses: John '
O. Kissell, of Vancouver, Wash.; Ches
ter A. Pike, of : Vancouver, Wash.;
John W. Maltland, of Vancouver,
Wash.; David C. Brlchoux, of La
F. C. BRAMWELL. Register. : ,