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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1910)
LA GBA2TDE EVENING OBSERVES THURSDAY MAY 5. 1910.
BEAKY GOECK IS MID.
AISLE SALE AISLE SALE AISLS SAL3 AISL5 SALS
; Mas of Twenty Tears Residence Here
Pats In Electric Power
. Selders store Is today adding the
finishing touches to Its motor driven
Ice cream freezers and during, the
summer months customers of that
poular place will know their Ice
cream Is being frozen while an elec
tric motor turns the machine. Mr,
Eelder did all the planning of the
tew plant himself. ;
2Tew Office Fixtures
The Savoy hotel is having new fix
tures made for its ofllce and smoking
rooms. New furniture, wljl also he
added. Besides this it is Intended
to cut a window In the north wall of
the building at the bead Of the stair
way, giving more light on the lobby.
When completed Mine Host Brlschoux
will have things very convenient and
Will Receive Later
. Owing to the illness of Dr. Men
delson the date for receiving friends
at his home, which was to have been
this evening, has been postponed.
Make Trip to Cove 'Today .v
Q. L. Cleaver, one of La Grande'B
ardent blievers In the Grande Ronde
fruit lands, and L. R. Drewllner, of
Seattle who Is financially Interested
in the valley, drove over to Cove to
day to Inspect some of their holdings.
Thompson V 111 Raise Fruit
Jay Thompaon,has resigned his po
sition with the 0. R, & N. company
after a long, period of trusty service.
He has purchased a tract of land
sear Vancouver Washington, and will
make that his home. His family ex-
wa in inn him soon. La Grande I
regrets losing Mr. Thompson and fam
lly for they are among the splendid
citizens here. He has a wide ac
quaintance not only in railroad cir
cles but throughout the entire East
ern Oregon country. However, the
Dbserver and all , the remainder of
IrlendB here wish them prosperity
D their new home.
Training Mormon Choir
Prof. : Edwards, one ' of the high
class musicians of the northwest, is
in La Grande for a few days from
his home in Baker City, training a
number of voices for the Mormon
choir. The 'professor will make reg
ular visits to La Grande for this pur
pose, and It is possible he may lo
cate here. The splendid vegetation
of the Grande Rqnde valley appeals
to him and he would like to make
this city his home.
attended Social Function.
Frank Conners, ForeBt Ivanhoe, Er
nest Gust, Misses Irene Murphy, Mar
Jorle McCall and Jessie Baebler, Mr.
and Mrs. Garrla, H. Varnum and W.
G, Francis, composed a party of La
Grande young people who visited at
Hot take last evening and attended
the House Warming. ; They report a
most delightful evening which was
taken up with games, dancing and
refreHhments. '-. The Hot Lake hospi
tality is legend and La Grande also
count on having a splendid time when
theyvlBlt that institution on a pleas
Firemen Fleet Officers
Hose Company No. 1 of the Volun
teer Firemen held its annual election
last night and the following officers
were chosen , for the coming year:
C. L. Mackey, . president; James . G.
Snodgrass, vice president; Cam Cay
lor, secretary; Harvey Bay, treasurer
Frank Bay, foreman; Lott Snodgrass.
first lieutenant; Charles Murchlson,
second assistant; Hugh McCall, his
torian. Chief Jones appointed Clar
ence Jackson of company No. 1 as
first assistant chief and Ed Brady of
No. 4 as second assistant chief, -
.,; The only clothes that give full val
ue for your money are all wool. The
Peoples Store sells the Hart Schaff
ner & Marx line because It is that
kind.:; ,. ... ..r:;; y
Morrow county man killed 17 young
coyotes In one nest; bounty $25.50.
Harrlsburg creamery is turning out
about 900 pounds of butter a week.
; Some eastern women' have bought
Ontario lots as an investment.
Treasurer's (all for City Warrant
Notice is hereby given that there
are now funds on hand ' to pay all
outstanding warrants Issued on Gen
eral Fund of La Grande City, up to
and Including No. , SOGfi. endorsed
Dec. 17. 1908. v , .
'Intereut (in a'.l varrant3 on Gene
ral Fund from No. 7939 to No P066,
Inclusive, ccaseB from thin date. ,
RAY W. LOGAN,
Your neighbor wil lask, where 'd!-'
you get all of your new furniture
A Bmall ran of Sunshine will do sll
of this and more.- Being demon
strated now at THE GOLDEN RULE,
Ageuts for Heath and MUllgan Paint.
. LDI CAXYON JiEYFS
v. Ladd Canyon, May 5 Mrs. Arthur
Van Fleet of La Grande visited over
Saturday with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. James McClure. ;
The Grange Hall and Ladd Canyon
boys will play ball here Sunday. The
base ball diamond Is now located on
Frank Counsel's premises.
Ezra Meeker and his oxen visited
mc last Thursday at 2 o'clock and
stopped at the monument which he
erected , when here four years ago,
driving on to Hot Lake where he re
mained until Sunday when he came
back and proceeded on through Ladd
Canyon to BakeV City. :
Mrs. Lucy Graham and son Ed
ward .returned home from Wolk Creek
Monday evening ' where they drove
to see" Mrs. Graham's brother-in-law,
John Graham, who is In very poor
health since his return from Eureka
Springs where he had a large gland
Last night ' death claimed Henry
Goeck, one of Union county's well
known citizens. He was born In Ba
den, Germany, and twenty years ago
located in La Grande where he has
since resided. His wife passed away
about eight years ago. Six children
survive him. They are Mrs. Donnel
ly and Ida and Emma Goeck of La
Grande, Mrs. Frank O'ljara of Pen
dleton, Frank and Herman Goeck of
Walla Valla. The deceased was 64
years of age. Funeral announce
ments will be made later. '"'
Elmo a Play That Has Lasted !
Long and Faithfully ,
Three generations of theatregoers
are Interested In St Elmo; Grand
parents, parents and children. It Is
customary to hear the old people say,
"I have read St Elmo off and on for
50 years 'but never hoped to see it
on the stage children you must all
go." . : : ': . , '
Men of ' business will phone for
four or six seats, with a side ' re
mary to their partners that "it has
a splendid moral tone and the boys
should sea it." - :
The youths and the maidens are
Vise' to the fact that it has a most
appealing love story, and they like to
witness it in one another's company.
The small boy in the gallery 'falls'
for it strong, for he can understand
its simplicity and force. 4 .
Ono of them remarked to a bro
ther gallerlte after the San Francisco
opening. "It's a. eral one, cut St.
Elmo Is all to the good and the lead
in' lady is a pippin. There's a dool
In the foist act, because one guy
swipes anothers skirt, and just be
fore ce was shot he said. 'Gee I'm
goln to die.' Then he .lean'ed up
against a tree and made good." .
Let us supply your wants
American Beauty Mackerel
Boneless Cod in 1 and 2
' - pound Bricks
All kinds pf Canned Fish
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4 t SOCIETY
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The contest between the two sec
tions of the Ladles Aid Society of
the Presbyterian church came to an
end yesterday afternoon. Section No.
2, whose leader in the contest was
Mrs. C. H. , Upton, came out victori
ous, having raised $140.78 to the first
division's $76.05. , Under the rules of
the contest, the vanquished division
will tender a banquet to the victors.
The C. E. of the Christian church
will hold a cake sate at Russell's
meat market next Saturday. ' ; -
The 1 Lyle Tuesday- Musicale will
hold an open session on May; 10th.
An exceljent program is being pre
pared by Mesdames E. Polack, Fred
Currey and E. D. Selder. A cordial
invitation is extended to all members,
friends and the public" generally. Ad
mission 15 cents. ,
Let us show you with what
cenius and scientific accuracy a
new principal has been applied
to make the Krypton lenses per
fect invisible bifocals.
One solid piece no cement and
perfect sight without the discom
fort and unsightllness. Or
- Glasses ground and
frames repaired in
my own shop, in most
cases while you wait
. 1 duplicate any
Lens, no matter who
who prescribed it
; Save , the pieces
and I will do the
I have the" most scientific eye
testing Instruments . In the opti
cal field today. ,
If at any time In one year, I
can Improve your Tlslon, no charge ,
is inade for the changing of lenses.
If your mountings get broken,
I will repair them for yon without
cost ( ,:-.. :. '
'' I have the best equipped opti
cal parlorsin the state outside of
Portland. . '-
v: Eyesight Specialist
Omce over Newlln's : Drug Store.
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Sunshine in all finishes. Oak,. Fir,
Mahogany, Walnut, Gilt, Sliver, etc;
in fact any , finish you may desire.
Being demonstrated now at, ..: .,v
THE GOJiDEN RULE COMPANY,
Agents for Heath and MUllgan; Paint
Best Served ' .
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EXTRA FAHCY APRICOTS
CALIFORNIA BLACK AND
y WHITE FGS r
Extra Fancy Peaches, Extra
Large Italian Prunes,
Bleached Seedles Raisins
Below are a few of the many bargains
you will find on the different aisles of our
Store for Priday
dash (foods Reduced
Unons, Dimities and
Fancy Wash Goods. .All the latest
,25c reg. Aisle sale..
15c reg. Aisle Sale
Aisle" Sale.... 15c
' . Notice to Contractors
Notice Is hereby, given by the Dis
trict School Board of School Dls
trict No. one (La Grande) Union
County, Oregon, that bids will be re
celved up to 12 o'clock noon of Mon
day, May 23, 1910, for the furnishing
material and erection of t two sto.
and basement brick high school build
; ins according to plans and speclft-
cations on file with school clerk, and
architect Newton C. Gauntt; also for
i (he plumbing, heating and ventllat
ing for said huildlnng. All bids to be
Accompanied by a 'certified check of
& per cent of amount of bid. : The
Board reserves the right, to aecept
or reject any or all bids or any por
tion of bid submitted. Contractor to
figure building with or without
plumbing, heating and ventilating,
Contractor, whose bid is accepted to
give approved bond in amount satis
factory to School Board. Contractor
taking plana and specifications from
omce must deposit $10.00 to Insure
return of same within ten days. Bids
to be presented to School Clerk,
La Grande, Oregon.
By order of District School Board
.r ARTHUR C. WILLIAMS.
12 l-2c reg. Aisle Sale
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At a great reduction '
The latest designs in Ladles Belts. V
; All colors. Elastic and Leather
' . Reg. 76c to $1.00. Aisle Sale
600 of the choicest
; Wednes day. :
lace and em broidery collars on' sale
Reg, 75c collars. Aisle Sale.
Reg, 35c collars.
All Ladles Suits will be liberally reduced tomorrow. These
are a few of 'the many prices. .
NaTy Chiffon Panama. .,:,; .::.:.
"Neatly trimmed, highly tailored. a w'ng
Worth $25.00. Aisle Sale. fyi 4 O0
French Grey Coating - ,-;
-' . .... Serge . suit, neatly finished
Worth $22.50. Aisle Sale.....
Fine 3'avy Blue Serges
.. ' The very latest style and
Worth $22.50. Aisle Sale.;..!
. . ; ' . Ladies Fancy Fawn.
- Striped suits, hlgWy finished.
' Worth' $20.00.' Aisle Sale.-; V. .
M Aadies fiats Reduced ' .
. Ooime in , while ? the assortment is still full and complete.
airs aisiv airs aisiv aivs aisiv airs aisivf
THE GEORGE PALMER
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por your summer trip until 7bu have
consulted the Soo-Spokane agent re-
garding the excursion rates to St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago, St. Louis,
Kansas City and various eastern
t " 1
.points. Through tickets are issuea w
Pittsburg, Buffalo, New York, Boston
and Many New York State, New Eng
land and Canadian points. ;
Let us help you plan a trip through
the charming Kootenay Lakes," via.
Glacier, Field, Lake Louise,; Banff,
the Great Lakes," the St Lawrence
River, quaint old Quebec, etc. Direct
routes may be used returning.
Correspondence invited, Booklets on
GEO. A. WALTON, General Agent
' ' 4 Wall St., Spokane.
V , We Solicit Your
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Nothing but wool fabrics in Hart
Schaffner ft Marx "clothes. You buy
.them at the Peoples Store.
DEPOT STREET , V MAHAFFEY- BLDG
THE ELITE DYE WORSCI
Steam and Fiench dye cleaning of Ladies and Gent's
clothing, Ladies' silk waists and evening gowns car e
fully cleaned -and pressed. Felt and: Panama hats
cleaned and blocked. All work guaranteed. We cal.
.for and deliver work.
H. B. Waggoner, Manager.