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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 191C
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jj Best Groceries, Bak- J
!v":' cry Goods, Fruits and d
r J Vegetables, is our J
1 .European Plan Only
v Rooms 50c to $1.50
rVst class Throughout
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0WE BLOCK TROM DEPOT
v La Grande, 0egon
Painters, paper hang
ers, decorators. Esti
mates furnished free.
Geddcs Grocery Building
Phone Ind. 1431
FRATERNAL ORDERS i
LA GRANDE,, ORE
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La Grande Camp No. T703 meets
every Monday in the month, at the I.
0. O. F. Hall. All visiting neighbors
are cordially fcrvited to attend.
LR. SNOOK, C.
D. E. COX, Clerk.
Women f Woodcraft
Grande Ronde Circle No. 47 meets
every first and third Thursday even
ing in the month at the I. O. O. F.
Hall. All visiting members welcome.
CHLOB ROBINSON, G. M.
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. &
A. M. holds reguler meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
JOHN C HODGIN, W. M.
A C WILLIAMS, Secretary
.. ; B. P. O. E, . ...V'.."
La Granle Lodge No. 433 meets
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in
Elk's club corner of Depot street and
"Washington Avenue Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
' ' DR. O. L. BIGGERS, Ex. Ruler.
HUGH McCALL. Rec Sec.
I I Ot O. F. Sabsrilnate
La Grande Lodge No. 18 meets In
their hall every Satuiday night Vis
lttag brothers cordially invited to at
tend. ; , GEO. GROUT, N. G. '
I R. SNOOK, Rec. Sec.
W, A. WORSTELL, Fin. Sec.
start as an
A light, flexible,
shoe for tender and
v.:-.- . Bebekahs
Crystal Lodge No. 50 meets every
Tuesday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall
All visiting member are invited to
MRS. CORA FITZGERALD, N. G.
MISS SUSAN McILROY, Sec
Knights of Fythlas
Red Cross Lodge No. 27 meets ev
ery Monday Ight la Castle hall,
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welcome
to all visiting Knights.
ED. WRIGHT, C. C.
. R. L. UNCOLN, M. of R. ft S. ,
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. S. holds
stated communications ' the second
and fourth Wednesdays of each month
Visiting members cordially Invited.
MARY A. WARNICK.Sec. ,
; PAULINE LEDERLEE, W, M. .
, . Woodmen of the World
La Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O. W.
meets every second and fpurth Tues
day in the month. All visiting mem
. ,t NERI ACKLES, C. C j
J. H. KEENEY, Clerk.
1 Xfhy pay Rent ? We loan'you
money to build, and you
pay us as you would rent
). R. OUVtR.
SUGAR Cash price Sugar, $6.75 ;
beet sugar $6.25.
VEGETABLES Dry onions, 2c;
parsnips, 2 l-2c; spinach, 3 lb (or 25;
fresh rea8. 15c; asparagus, 3 lb for
25c; rubarb, 5c; celery, 10c a bunch;
hot house lettuce, 2 bunches for 15c;
head lettuce, 10c; radishes, 3 bunches
for 10c ; green onions, 6c a bunch ;
fresh Florida tomatoes, 10c;' new po
tatoes, 31b for 25c
FRUIT Oranges, 40c dot; lemons,
35c; bananas, 40c; strawberries, 15c
per box; cherries 21ba'tc 25c; goose
berries, 2 qts. for 25c. ' ,
MEATS Hogs, .live weight, 'well
flnlsLaa, $10 cwt; cows, 3 1-2 to 4c;
real 4 to 4 l-2c; mutton, 6 1-2; chick
ens ISc. " ' .......
LOCAL OPTION DECISION.
(Continued from page 6.)
preservation of the peace, health or
safety of the ritv: and no inch
ure shall become immediately opera
tive unless it shall state, In a seperate
section, me reasons wny it is neces- words of like Import is sufficient. Sec
sary that it should become immediate- tlon 9 of the Ordinance does state "an
ly operative, and shall be approved by emergency is hereby declared to ex
the afflnnatlve vote of three fourths 1st" etc. An emergency is defined
of all the members elected to the city ' by Websters New International Die
council taken by ayes and noes and J tlonary as "An unforseen occurrance
also approved by tha mayor." Sec- or combination of circumstances
tlon 9 of the Ordinance is as follows: ! which calls for Immediate action or
"Inasmuch as the present Ordinance
of the city, prohibiting the disposal
of intoxicating liquors, are invalid.'
and the health, peace and good or
der of the city are being violated and
disturbed, now, therefore, in order
to secure the peace, health and safe
ty and good order of the city and of
the Inhabitants thereof, an emergency
is hereby declared to exist and this
ordinance shall be in full force and
effect on and after the passage there
of and approval of the Mayor and its
publication in one issue each of th
Evening Observer and in one Ibsuo of
the Morning Star on the 13th day of
January, 1910' ..- v ':, ;
: It Is urged by counsel for the plain
tiff that from the very nature of
things the immediate taking effect
of. the Ordinance was not necessary
for . "the preservation of the health,
peace or safety of the city." . How
ever that may be, our Supreme
Court has decided In numerous de
cisions that the existence of an emer
gency 1b a question for the legisla
tive body to decide and Is not review
able by . the courts, Biggs vs, Mc-
Brlde, 17 Or., 640, Kadderly vb, Ctty I
of Portland, 44 Or., 146.
Again it Is ably urged that the
emergency clause does not comply
with the - law quoted above for the
reason that there Is no statement that
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co
; of One and One-third Fare
. FROM AIL POINTS IN
Oregon, Washington Idaho
Sale Dates : From Pendleton and
all stations west thereof , in Oregon
mcluding branches : , June ; 6tb, ; 8th
and 10th. From all other stations :
June 6th and 8th. Filial return lim
it June 15th.
For further particulars
any 0. R. & N Agent or to
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
BUTTER Extra Creamery,
tlore 20 23.
BUTTER FAT Delliver f. o. b, at
Portland, sw, cream 27 1-2; sour 25 1-2
EGGS Local, candled, select 23
23 l-2c. "v. V' ': :" :"
POULTRY Mixed chickens, 18 l-2c;
fancy hers, , 19c; turkeys, alive,
20 21c; dressed, 27 28 c; pigeons
squabs, $2.50; dressed chickens, Mo
2b higher than alive.
4 BARLEY Producers price, 1909
Feed. $23; rolled, $25; brewing, $24.
WHEAT Nominal uack, club,
8081c; bluestem, 83 84c; Willam
ette valley, 81c. S
MILLSTCFFS Selling price Bran
$19.50 $20; mldlings, $29.80; shorts,
21$21.50; chop. $19 $23.
' FLOUR New crop , patents.. $5.55;
the taking effect at once Is "necessary
for the Immediate preservation of
the peace, health or safety of the Ci
ty," and no reason set forth why it
is necessary for It to take effect at
once. ' We do not believe that either
of these contentions are tenable. Cer-
talnly it is not necessary to use the
word "Immediate" but any word or
remedy, pressing; necessity, exigency"
Section 9 also recites that' at that
time' the passage of the ordinance,
that the Ordinances of the city pro
hibiting the Bale of intoxicating liq
uor were invalid, and that the health,
good order and .peace of the city
were being violated and disturbed.
These were the reasons assigned for
the necessity of the ordinance going
Into Immediate effect. .Whether these
were good reasons or not, it was for
the Council to say and not for the
courts. The Council seemed to deem
them rujclent for the declaring of an
emergency, and this Is xonclusive
under the authorities above cited.
" Again it Is claimed that the Com
(Continued on page 12.) '
The Chautauqua tickets are now on
sale at! Bohnenkamp's store. Those
desiring tickets can secure the earns.
All having engaged tickets please call
for them. W. R. JONES, Treas.
Fnuy nine out of everv tea cases of rata
tastinn is simply rheumatism of the mot
cies aue to coia or damp, or chronic rbeuma
tiam, neither of which require any interna
treatment All that is nmdad to afford n
lief is the free application of Cbamberiahrl
Liniment. Give it a trial. You. cartain
to be pleated with the quick relief which tt
to l lih
as to rates, etc., apply to
H B Ikl I f B lit! f I 1 1 I . I i
Successor to J.
. Manufacturer, of Harness, Saddles, Schaps,
etc. Carnage Trimming. Saddles and Schaps
Made to Order.. " ' 'A
No need to send away for any poods I manu
facture, as I can even save you money on cat
If it is for the Horse I Have it.,
I I I L. L.
A LARGE concern handling Alberta
and Saskatchewan lands exclusive-
ly, with main of flees, in Calgary, Al-, ten room house, and the E. W. Bart
berta, and Spokane, WaBh., want a lett house In the Old; Town, consist
. i t T PnnilA M TTTMl V . 1 SI
live representative in La
Good opening for a hustler. Address
the Showalter Land Co., 306 ( Rook,
erv. SDokane, Washington.
LOSTA locket, one side tuny en
graved, other side plain. Leave at
VliRNISHEP ROOM-Por gentlemen
ceiv. isice locanuu. vwoo u
... ' 1 . t m. In foil '
, Red 952.
WANTED Boy to sell Observers oo
the streets. Apply to the esca
lation manager of the Observer. ,
FOR SALE Old papers
at the OV
FOR SALE-i-Seven ; room " modem
house and eight lots, young orchard
Inquire of ' Earl Zundel at the La
Grande National Bank.
GOING TO UNIONT-Do you want to
look right? Take your suits to
r I i t M 4 ia Am Alna nfln flfln
reainBum uu s" "
WANTED Lady cook for the Savoy
.hotel. . '
ROOM and BOARD 1617 Fourth St
: BACON ft HALL :
Physicians and Surgeons
Office In LaGrande National Bank Bid.
Phone Main 19
C. T. Bacon, residence Main 18. .
M. K. Hall, residence, Main 52.
C II. UPT0JT,Ph. G. M. D.
Ppy8lclan and Surgeon
Special attention to Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Office in La Grande Nat
ional Bank 'Building. Phones: Of
fice Main 2, Residence Main 32.
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN
Osteopath Physician : . J
Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7, 8, 9 and 10
Phones: Home 1332. Pacific Main 63.
Residence phone, Black 961." Suc
cessor to Dr. TV E. Moore. .
Teacher of Piano
Pupil of Pierre Dounet of the San
For Children the Burrows method o.
music study and musical klndergar
ten. Studio in Mahaffey Buildlnr.
T. 1L CRAWFORD
Practices in all .the courts , of the
State and United. States.
Office in La Grande National : Bank
Bldg La Grande, Oregon
D. W. C NELSON
jBaker City - - . -
Doubt See Shannon
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FOR SALE The Snodgrass residence
in the Old Town consisting of av
ing 0f seven rooms.
Will be soli
ci!eap if taken at once
the gnodgrass grocery.
FOR SALE Household goods
sale, consisting of 6 dressers, I
nea springs ana mattresses, t mu
- 2 carneta. S atnvea Hhmrr imhr H
COmmodes and wash stands, tan.tiw: r
couch, 2; rockers, curtains, llr'
utensils, etc., linoleum enough 3v 2
floors. Inquire at 130? Madison
"" server office,
cotton rags. Cw-
FOR SALE Household furniture v.
A. O. Hagan's ' residence 1410 Mcsr
roe avenue. , 'v.v
i yoR SALE Phaeton, good a ww.
inquire 901 Adams avenue or phon
' Red 16L ; : . ? '
PURNIXURE F0R sale.au
; faod of K flTe.romi hous
i for sale cheap if taken at once? also
canned fruit and baby carriage Call
at 1,204 Pennsylvania avenmi
FURNISHED ROOMS 161 J
Ave, $8.00 pe month.
Chas. E. Cochran ; Geo. T. Cochran.
COCHRAN A COCniUK
'v'-: '. Attorneys -j
La Grande National Bant BIdj; i
La Grande. Oregosi
DR. II. L. UNDERWOOD
Ppysiclan and Surgeon
Over Red Cross Drug Store
Special attention to diseases of Eye,
' and Ear. " , ' ' ; . '
Office phone Main 2; Res. Main 72J.
WILLIAM M. RAMSEY
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Room 15 and 16 Sommer Block
La Grande - - ' . Oregon
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .
, . Veterinary Surgeon ; .
Office at Hill's Drug Store, La Grant
Residence phone. .Red 701: OA
phone, Black 1361; Independent
phone 53; both phones at residence.
DR. W. RILEY
Graduate from the OhiT" State- Univer
sity. Vaccination, Dentistry and sur
gery of all kinds. Country calls
promptly answered. Agent for Nat
ional Live Stock Insurance Asso
ciation, Portland, Oregon.
Office 14 Adams Ave. Phonos, Pacifle
Black 1901, Independent 373.
J. C PRICE, D. M. D. , ,
Room 23, La Grande National Bank
Building. :Phoue" Black 899L
N. K0LIT0R, M. D,
, Ppysiclan and Surgeon
Corner Adams . e. and Depot street.
Office Main 6& Residence CI