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THURSDAY, HAT C, 1003.
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BEST IK .MM
ST01I BIG BHD OF WOKEY
SEEKS BOXDSXAS TODAY
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Fands B-linclnir shln?1B !
f ional rd Tbnnckt That His
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Stat Lotiti Bamllkia JH'iViid
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OL-XIPIA, Vaah., Slay 6. Adjuiant
General OriiB Hamiltoii of th Wash
ington National Guard, is .winter $10,
iO(l bonds on th charge ofh larceny
of $45 "90 of military fnnds by -iHiZiiiomtJiH.
Hf Hut .the uiiu at a
local hotel undr guard and is trying
to aecure bondfitnen today. Hamilton
1b in rommiyiicatioii with ibis lather,
"a wtaltliy farhier of Whitman . county -It
is lMjlieved that his father will make
full restitution to the state of tfap"
3ifEerei betwen Hamilton's bond
mid the total Antnuut of the alleged
thefta. Hamilton aaid today lie does
iiot know how much he einbezaled. but
thought about ten thousand. He
stoutly th?fendB liis Affinity." iira.
llazei Aloore, of Seattle, ts: whom he
3s said to have sent money. Tlte. wo
man aid to possesti automobiless.
ji'ihik) and .diamonds iurciut8d with
the alleged stolen money.
Mrs. 1). B. Jackson returned this
morning from Portland where slu
was called to attend tha funeral of
her lather who died very suddenly.
for f he. Price of One
25c Staple Tooth 'Brushes
15c " . . 44 ' '
25c Boxes of Soap
25c Cream Lotion
25c Talcum Powders
25c. Tooth Powders
50c and 75c Boxes Writin : Paper
25c, .SDcand S 1 .00 Staple Gombs
2oc, 50c and. $1.00 Hair Brushes
25c to $1. 00 Purses and Pocket Books
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Three Dini-rcid twhracln. Tor LumWr
WASHINGTON. . S3. C Jiay . A i
; jmll -of the Senate shows C senators j
in favor of free lumber and -d who j
-n- ' 1 i-tiiii ... w- T-1 n .a . i i : c; , I
"nmniitre -will report surh
meats. The reniaiiider are "for
dtJlar duy in the Payne bill.
aLD.AnUv 1M. uliiui.
ra., Btay d x.iiiy hKi.
abducted at Sharon and held for ran-
som by a man taentihed as Jamea f"
Boyle, who is sow being tried for the j
crime, today convinced the rourt thai
he understood th full import of the
"Silly, do you know -what heroines
HHilr who do not tTJ the trttth.?"
"They fro to 'beH," he replied. When
the "boy was' called to" stand T?y At-'
torney Cochran, emplyoed by Billy's
father to asahrt prosecution, stated
that he would rest tha caae mainly
upon the child s lesttmonji. Billy
proved an ejicellent witness.
Boyle w-as touvtcted this afternoon.
The penalty Is from one year to life
imprisonment. ,.-,? e , "
'TILLAMOOK JUDGE ' SEKTENCES
BOOTLEGGERS REGARDLESS -
TILLAMOOK, Orejcon. May 6. Ig
noring threats of assasination ahwild
he seiueure bootles?ers of Tillamook
county Jud?e Galloway baa just sen
tenced three for selling liquor in -io-lation
of the local option law. Ta
were fined each and twenty days
in jail. The third ot a fine of t?
with 2 days in jail. The jail sentences
are -sv.sinded durUig sood behavior.
SX YEAR OLD BOY
SI OLEU FROM MOTHER
i!ay C JHtiiena
eeue f a
aCair today wheu by force
lfc.-8ins aaid to be .members of the
iamlly of James le ttx tharlea Pea-
Ivody. aged aU. turn of Chas. Peauody,
jfronj ai8 mother at the linioc
land boarded a west bound train with
J the rhlid. The frantic mittbor iwcured
WAKXS KESATE THAT g
, PEOPLE WILL fXAXOB
hays That Rill Will Not be Accepted
by People as Pulfillwent f Pledge
Made by llepablieaa Platform
( ompnres " roaclus'hiR.s of People
With Tne i The Alaiifrhty.
WASHINGTON. 1). C. AUy C Sen
ator Cummins, of Iowa, made a sen
sational aMMch od tarifT revision to
tlaji. He aaid:
"The .Senate Finance Commitee'e
bill will. not i- aixepted by thoae fwv
oriug tarifl revtaiou as eitiier fulhll
uient of the Republican parties' pledge
or as a settlement of the controveray.
The cuuiiwiku for lower duties will
continue with iucreasing steal,"
He tontiuuetl: "It does not give
me pleasure to utter this prohecy for
I earnestly hoped the revision now
prosressini; wouid eud this dispute
for years to come."
lit- declared tliat the demand for
revision comes from the consumer. !
I.eierring to the lepuhlican platform j
lie said: "A Senator who imaiiiiiea he
can satisfy tiiese ieople by sayius '
tUat a revision with hipher or sub-j
stanuaitv the same duties is in cuin-
pliant, with the platform of the party
little understands the relation be-
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tTftfc time will come when -the -.clamor
of .the millions who want relief will
sound like tiie roar of a thousand Ni
agaras. 'The -people are aware what
f imiustries breed milliouaires. aud the
! conclusions of the people are not only
less infallible than tle conclusions of (
tlie Aimishty himself. 1 have not
abandoned my faith in the doctrine of j
protection, but 1 am :able to discern
little or its true sjirit in this policy." ,
KMGIITS TEMPLAK. -LCIP1SVILLE.
DEDICATE NEW HOME.
IwOUlSVlLLE. Ky.. May 6.-1; Mo
lay Commanders". Knijthts Temiibr,
dedicated their new home today. It . I
l is complete In every rspect. and oe
lof the most beautiful halls An the
frity. The program was an exllMir
(one. niakiug the day one of. the most
j memorable in the State. anisate uf the
1 RESULTS BF HUMES
Eight La Orande boys, clean in body
and mind . are : jn Walla Walla today
to coitipete asains' oter .youus, men
from all over the .Inland Empire. .'The
preliminary events wilt not be dispos
ed of unlil Ions after press time for
the Observer.-but such of tlieui as we
are able to get up to the tim of jui
hiK to press are given Iniow. Tomor
row, when the. Kuala take 'lat. tiie
rusults will W wiiel to this pa-ier a
last as the ever.ia eie run otT.
The dope says that w- liaa n much
better chance than last year, and al
though there ire bound to be sur
prises in any .athletic meet,. It U be
lieved that the la Grande youuasters
will come home with a share of point
winners. ;Today sll events are simply
to deterrobie who shall be allowed to
1 Hectrt-der A. M. Winn ol Sumwer
. i XIX., while An the :Jyr tiai,dtd rir
a warrant and it is .ited -that .the 1 'JlB Jonea a rlick for
kidnaiM'er will be lutert-fljtted. When j b'n ' voted to the X Ui-ande
the cidld was boru it was siven Into I fir djartiuent ia ftn)irt-cia;.hiu of
the :a!-e tii the lie family which Ulir ssu5Unce durini; the rw.ent
idolise) him. AUerwattbi the boy was j Suiumerville fire. Cliif Junes heai
retumn? to bis nw'.her who was aakxtl j l" out taiiun tlw rhwk. but al
to brine the rl.ild to the dot o tn council had voted this token
Laes wvuld e hina beiui leaving the
CiO TO 1AX FHAXaSC O
llae (onclodfi Takinp Eideace at
Partlaad And M III rHtinue Hearing
in t alil'orula fltie (; Prom There
1 alt Lake, Where I nion Pucitir t
lOKTLANl. 5lay ft Guv.yimieut
counsel in tne suit to dtsssolve the
merger of the l uiou Pacific .-and Ue
Southern Pacific left last night for
Pan Francisco, where Abe briuc will
'be continued; from there they ko to
Los Anseies and to Salt Lake, where
the case will be tried on merit be
cause the I nion Pacific was incor
porated in t-tah. It was the. purpose
of Government Attorney Severance to
show by witnesses how much Eastern
aud AVestern Oregon suffers from lack
of lequate competitive transporta
t H I O-Pt: X X S V 1.T A M A LK A i ri:
YOrNGSTOWN. O., Jlay TIk
iOhio - iVnnsylvania
o ? it season today. It will cunrst
of 12(5 sanies.
r ram The Baker City Herald.
Fireman Elwll shinweti hia .house
hold goods from La Graade here Sun
day, lie intends to. live li the hotel
1). C. Hrkhaus. of La Grande, a d
J. Al. Ohl and H. P. Swisher, are In
the city today. They will probably
So to Grant county Lu starch of tim-
her before leaving this portion of the
T. E. Wright, of La Graude, passed
through Baker tiiu momiug on his
way to Canycn City where be will
spend three months attending to busi
ness In the interior In which be is
C. W". Elaker went to La Grande last
eveninj! to join the Parker sliow. He
will have charge of the girl show. Jlrs.
; UaWer and tJie children will remsln
Sin Baker City until After the shows
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Did you liud it?
Obnerver want ads find lost articles.
WALLA TRACK FilEET
coLjpete in the SuhIh tomorrow. All
. evuits that are not received by pi
time tomorrow will be bulleujiiiied ou
the iioards at Jolly's barber sho() aud
, at Jay Van liuren's.
We have reccivmV a wire fruiC 'JIr.
Nelson as follows:
Carpy and Williauison won yci-ond
place, in ifH(ective beats of 1f yards.
Carpy won second in 20 vnwhj. Pea re
won half mile in 2:17
.'The message aire us that in -separate
heats of Mo yard dashes. In the pr
jliminary. Carpy and ' Williamson wJii
second place; that Carpy also won
1 second place in the 220 yard, 'and that
1 IJeare won first place in the half
mile. , Tbe -dope will probably hold
La Vrana Plre Icprtacnt.
it app:ciation. he ,t.-epied it An the
spirit An which it was tt-Mler-ed, m
behalf st the entire -tit&rtntnu
the nu; ,uall tv n Hair.
The SwcAmI Eet f f toe Week
( VsM '! Elks lialL '
chestra atrlkea up the firat twmtep'
tonlpht, prttbably the Aargeal r-rtwd
ever attending a dauce An La Grande
will whirl to the harmonious muaic
Heports have bt:en coming in .l!
week from different parts of the ti
ty that Roodly number wotUI at
tend from most. of the towns.
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liILL IJ LUJI
HALF A MILliliK DOLLARS GO OP
" " IN SMOKE
.YANOtrl'VEt't. t5; C Alay AsThe
North Pacltic Lumbjr Company ' mill
at Damet. eight miles .from here in a
mass mi ns today as. the result' of a
fire early this .taominR. A Cauailiau
F'acific trail) of elejn cars ..'afth" hi-e
and only live of tin- tu;s s,t
The dry kiius nii.5 lumWi ya; .were
also saved. Tie danKte -will auoMUi
to a quarter of a anUtiar. 1Te .i:iHl
was -oue of tiie larsf.-!! ua Tie ctkist,
with a dally cut .of ,5o.i.v .r l, -
Three At re Tract ild.
The three acre tract nwoed by lr.
A. Philpott of Namiw. Idaho, was sow
yesterday to Fred JoUuaon. Consider-
ation. around $7C0.H per acre. The
deal was made through the -Van Duyn
Trim footwear is the key to good
dressing. Our Oxfords are unex
celled in both style and quality.
liJy' f . M&&j ors and all sizes. They are
J?Xl8 L !V wonderfully snappy and at
";:v1' ' - tractive. -
obt? IT fi
U GRMIDE, ORE.
TQ: iKSFET THE SITE
P()M 1SI E IS
PRAtTK AUY Alia
be ( enstrMct-4 V itlila i rer E
(tiacerV X.tti mate David Xccles
Stands JteaAy to abrrll ar Th
llemaittinir Stack Ami .V 111 (inarua
tee The J'laatlnjr f The Eondv
av&a to tome
The t-eault f the uietii.F of tha
board f oirwft.ns of the uraud Hond
Keservoir t-onu.'atsy last eveuinir with
Cvhl,'Ecclefl. the well Known capi
talist, who iu a vry larse measure,
gave the La Grande Cominertiial lub
Ah assurance that if certain .condi
tions could be hun'Vit About thut li
would -ee that the prijct ,nuld ba
liiiuuced, aud Civil Engineer Alumpii
rey. was aujst cuvomwflng Ettj;lneer
Humphreys, after spending iusidr
able time In Itxikiivie over the plan
- was cuntidwnt that the dam couiu ba
cousirut'd is-.:n -the ejimatn of
the former eufiiiieer' report.
;l)avid Bceles .uiain Awing informed
hy the UNU'd that a -few more tliau
Miiu! dollars of the sitx-k could -be
piutetl. .ivp'ied that he was :.U h(e
ttiat the boiinl would be able to place
the Mitm !.;. but 1:1 tase liin aa
tiuin.'e: -waa.JttiJoil I. ttal readv to
take oil the remainder .1? .the : tow Ml
decayed it uece-arty. or t desi-d.
: . i ; )'? it r.l 1) tasftiup the -Iwllds 'r.
.K iitsi"s thwe 'went lit be ni di:i
cu!ty in (dachii: the entive Issue nfc;-
sary. at ir. tiie. bonds to bear dux
i per -teat sute: e.i:.. aud t'.ut he wu-;M
jtmirniuee' .the' pk-.'-inp of the bonds
n that basis.
' ,Tiit board will douWcss
: -The " board ' will dooWeas see If
lo g4Huve mo.e favorabld
j ... , t il,.COUJul,rliin with similar
(Continued n PK &,)
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