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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1909)
ttEDVEslUV, 31 ARCH 10, I tot.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
:-'-gnddie"'cakes;: rolls and muffins.
The only Baking Powder ,
Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
bo removed ou!y la some my.rSous was close on the heds of the aa
way. (sin. Uychuel was last heard from in
Thou, who believe that d!.a 1 Tacoma. March 5.
d'-m jeUcal possession to be drivel ut
by rn.-ine Interposition. ., .
Tlio-e who believe that there In bo
Mich tiling ma i ttiwc-aiicl body.
Thoe who believe that the prv-uu-j
of na'uie cm be set aside to comply
with Individual whlrm. . . v
Taose who are Imbued with an ever-
abiding faith In the por.er of drug.
Those who persist In the belief that
their personal Interests( real or Imag
inary) are such that the truth would
Imjire their business.
Those who would rather be In the
jvr"r;s th.i.3 c.liaiHii' their epiriion.
Th-' w!i.v sr' . f)7i-i;t!j(i:-l that
ithey do not want lo know the truth.
J Hral1 of Osteopathy.
(Coitlnked from pace I.)
Li Grande M( Oijsro
Pablifebed Dally Excn Sunday.
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
CONSUME MUCH DOPE
ratted Pro Telegraph Servk.
EteCy, lngte ropy.. (c
Dally, per month (Sc
Pally, atx month la advance. . .SS.tt
Daily, one year la advance 11.50
Weekly, atx month.i. In advance. . ' 75c
Weekly, one year. In advance... 1.00
Eat red at the pcwtofflce at La Grande
a aecond-claii matter.
TbU paper will not publish any arti
cle appearing over a nom de plume,
ttioed article will be received sub
ject to the discretion of the edlior.
Fleaae sign your article and ave dis
Display ad. rate furnished upon
Local reading notice 10c per line
tim Insertion; Sc per line for each
. Resolution of, condolence, 8c a Iln
Card of thank. If a line.
V ' REALLY ACTIVE
The colonlstvand likewise the resi
dent of Umatilla county are both vis
iting the Irrigation projects In " the
western end of Umatilla county, dally
nd on Sunday every available con
veyance In both Echo and Hermlstoii
were Jn use. transporting prospective
land buy?r to the ranch site now
ready for settlement. The money
market ha become earner, and a boom
In these lands I now being experienc
ed. While th season i well ad
vanced for getting land In shape for
irrigation, the agent on both the II. r
rnlston and the ' Furnlsh-Coe tracts,
fcave available men and team on
hand to satisfy the desires of the late
arrival. Pendleton Tribune.
When we consider how much of the
country ha betrn storm-swept tire pa.t
few weeks, we will not complain of old
Grande lionde valley weather.
71hk to Whom fJntnipalliy htioiild
I have made the claim that osteop
athy U universal in its prophylactic
and therapeutical applications and set
forth the principle underlying osteop
athy, namely: correction. To whom
then should osteopathy as a system
appeal? I answer briefly as follows:
All those who 'Insist upon a prac
tice consistent with alt the facts re
vealed In the science pertaining to the
All those who accept as true the
simple facts of every day life, .such as
any departure from a feeling of phys
ical well being.
All those who believe In the exist
ence of a material human body sus
ceptible to any kind of a deranBe
All those- who believe that a dis
turbed bodily condition may produce
pain or interfere with function,
Alt those who are willing to admit
that pain or wrong functioning may be
caused by wrong phyxlra! copdltions. !
AJ1 those who believe in the inviola
bility of nature, I. e., those who believe j
that the human Vdy Is very much the j
same as It has ben through counties
All those who believe In the close'
relationship existing between mind
and body as is evident to the casual
(Continued from pge 1.)
Seattle, and then on the accusation
that they carried on a traffic In co
caine and morphine to uch an extent
tha many young girl In Tacoma and
Seattle are ruined by the use of the
drug. Detectives declared the "Mes
senger" company was conducted solely
to dispense the deadly drugs to girls.
The men were given 30 days each on
the rock pile.
Seattle, March 10. Following the
mysterious murder of Harry Joseph
Helassis, 'whose body was found on a
Seattle boulevard the morning of
February 5, Michael Hellassis, a
brother of the dead man, S. Damascus,
who assisted In the search for the mur
derer, ha disappeared. It Is feared
he was also slnln, as It Is reported he
The "fcenate" question came up In
the? f-m of a reconsideration of the
ou-. v. hereby tha senate on Monday
refused to probe fhe tate offlct.
Graves contended the. senate had no
right moral or legal to Join . with
t.'ii house in S('pintlnst an investiga-
W-m committee to bring the Inurn
ment. Senator Paulhamus made . a
strong speech favoring the Investiga
tion and was neeonded by Booth.
Grave argued that any committee ap
pointed by the legislature to go Into
the Hfhavely and Nichols offices aftej
adjournment of the session, could be
kicked out. figuratively and literally.
IJbcl Rill Snowed I'imIit.
Sacramento, March 10. Legislator
Grove Johnson,' criminal llb-l bill di
rected against the newspaper publish
ers, haa again passed on file. Today
the word went forth that Johnson waa
Informed that If he pushe the bill he
will do o at the risk of having other
bills which he has introduced, sent to
defeat by the "power that be," which
are opposed to the libel bill.
fcte-amcr U Sunk.
Newport, R. I., March 10. Horatio
Hall, carrying a few passengers and
a cargo of freight, was sunk today In
a collision with the steamer H. F.
Dimmock In Greenwich sound, be
tween Cape Charles and Westchop.
All of the passengers and crew were
Graft chargt a against -Secretary of
Plate Ntchot and Insurance Commis
sioner Schavely of the (date of Wash
Inrton. sre telnr aired tn the leiilsla
ture today. The path of the grafter
- 1 not an easy one these days. But
before the public condemns these of
ficials, their side of the mutter Is en
lltled to a fair hearing at least, of
ten during the heat of the closing
days of a spirited legislative session,
charges are made that cannot be sus
tained. It In to be hoped that this if
true in the present cane. On the
other hand. If these officials lyjvc been
abusing their privileges It is to b
Imped that (he Investigation will be
wean Mng, and not whitewash.
Fx-President Itoovevelt once more
ahows hW splendid judgment In keep,
lug silent, at a time when there Is
Mich a demand from him to talk on
everything from the Panama canal to
the appointment of the Portland post
If only one-half the dunr con
sumed In Ui Grande were the pro
duct ef home factories, their payrolls
would be treble hat they are today.
Try those of our own make and see if
the satisfaction of patronising a bomej
Jnd'iPtry is not worth cultivating.
observer as well as the trained se:ien
Ail those who believe that they are,'
rrjore susceptible to disturbing Influ
ences when In an abnormal condition
than, when every part of the physical
organism Is perfectly sound.
All those who believe In maintaining
the purity of the body by withhold
ing from It the poisons and vile con
coctions devised by the drug system.
TIiono to Whom fKteeUUliy Doe- ol
Osteop&thy doe-s not appeal to the
following classes till their minds ar-;
opened, till they are convinced of the
error of their way, till their mental
attitude is changed:
Those who believe that disease Is a
mystery that cannot be explained.
! STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
Event of the Season
MONDAY, MARCH 22nd
ENGAGEMENT OF THE DISTINGUISHED ACTOR '
MR. CHARLES B. HAN FORD
Miss Marie Drofnah
IN A BRILLIANT SCENIC PRODUCTION OF
"The Merchants of Venice"
MR. HANFORD as "SHYLOCK"
MSS DROFNAH as "PORTIA"
And a- Company of Thirty
WHEN IT COMES TO '
We Guarantee the
Purify of all Drugs
HILL'5 DRUQ JT0RE
LA GRANDE, OREGON
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
resetting and repairing
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine . Shops a ad Foundry
Seats on' Sale Saturday Morning, March 20. "Prices:
$1.50; Si. 00; 75c; 50c. !
Just the kind of. drinks for cold
CLAM BROTH BEEF TEA
CHOCOLATE With Whipped Cream
SELDER, T CANDY MW
It would seem tbiit Kusl.i has
crossed swords w!h J.il.an ..nee too
ften as it Is. but there is every Indl- J
cutlon that Russia is mt altogether
utlsfieel with the result, and is pie-,
waring for another contest. Results J
ynlKht be different next time. j
Cevtmc-f EtKNin twt .tW.prwsau.
tlon,to aecure promise from a major
ity e.' the legislators, that they will not
Attempt to enact any legislation ex
cept that which they were called tn-
etfcT in jcclal session for.
ewam uoera nouse
D.H. STEWARD, Manager
Four Nights Starting Thursday March lith
THE POPULAR AND EVER-PLEASING
SUPPORTING THE CHARMING ACTRESS
MISS LE0TA HOWARD
Opening Thursday Night in te Absorbhg Semi Military Play
You Know Our Prices: 10c; 20c and 30c. No Higher
Curtiss Comedy Co.
LADIES FREE TICKET
This Ticket will Admit
ONE LADY FREE
to the Performance of "LYKW00D" at
the Steward Opera House, Thursday
Night, March Uh, when Mccmpanied
by either Lady or Gentleman with ONE
PAID THIRTY CENT TICKET
, SHE'S A Ql'EEV! SHE'S A SIREN!
is an expression that Is always heard at sight of a
well devp cfl woman. If you are flat-chested,
x.ith III' undeveloped, a srawny neck, thin, lead
arm-- remark will never be applied to you.'
"SIP . ' wafers will make you beautiful, bewitch
lnfc They DEVELOP THE BUST In a week from
3 to 6 inches and produce a fine, firm, voluptuous
bosom. They fill out the hollow places, make the
arms handsome and well modeled and, the neck
and shoulders shapely and of perfect contour.
"or a uu.ui: luuujT auu uu a ots pleased and gratelui. "SI
REN" wafers are absolutely harmless, pleasant to take, and convenient
to carry around. They are sold under guarantee to. do all we claim
or MONET BACK. ,
. Price 11.00 per fcottle. In julre at good drug stores r aend DI
RECT TO US.
FREE. During the next 30 days only we will send you a sam
ple bottle of these beautifying wafers on receipt of 10c to pay cost of
j acking and postage If you men'ion that you saw the advertisement In
this paper. The sampl aioiie m i'y be sufficient If :he defects are
DESK 4. ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CO.. 31 V. 125tli ST.. NEW YORK.
N. K. WEST, Pre.
Wm. MILLER, Vice Pres.
T. J. SCR0GGIN, Cash
H. E. CC0LWCE, Asst. Cash
ADDING NEW ACCOUNTS
We are constantly adding new accounts and
cur business is increasing at a very satisfact
ory rate. Probably you might be. glad and
United States National Bank
Of La Grande
N. K. West
E. P. Staples
C. f. Bacon
H. F. Coolidge
T. I. Scroggin
I. L Cavines