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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVE! MONDAY, JUNE 20; 1910.
4 AY OF 7"HF
The greatest opportunity the people of La Grande have had to purchase new mer
chandise at such low prices TORIORROW forget everything else. f COME and buy
your supplies for the next several months. It will pay you. Extra special prices for
TOMORROW. : : v;:v:-;,
29c for Tuesday
Boys' Shirts. Regular 50c
kind, extra special.
39c for Tuesday
. - Rtwt Siiits. ages: 2 to 7
years, fine fast color,' wash
goods. Extra special
Last day 39c
$1.98 for Tuesday
Men's Extra Pants, odd
lots, all sizes, values to
$3.00. Extra special.
Last day $1.98
89c for Tuesday
Cotton Double Blankets,
large size, 11 quarter, all
colors. Extra special.
Last day 89c
$4.95 for Tuesday
". .'.M1?1'? 2 pj?"? n,ita mrtd
assortment, all sizes, broken
lines, values $8.50 to $15.00.
Last day $4.95
15c for Tuesday
Visor Ties, 25 and 35c
values. Very fine line- Ex
tra special. 1 .
Last day 15c
18c for Tuesday
Ladies' Hose, Tan and
Blackb all sizes, fine Mocho
Lisle, good weight. Regular
Last day 18c
59c for Tuesday
Ladies' Wash Underskirts
fancy'wash materials, all
sizes, $1.00 values;
Last day 59c
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10c for Tuesday
Bath Towels, good size,
worth 15c. Extra special.
Last day 10c
$4.68 for Tuesday
Ladies' Black Silk Un
derskirts, guaranteed Taf
feta. Extra special
Last day $4.68
69c for Tuesday
Ladies' Waists. Large
line of Ladies' Waists, brou
,en lines. All sizes. White
and colors. ' . i
Last day 69c
22c for Tuesday
Children's Muslin Pants,
worth 35c, all sizes, good
quality Muslin. :
Last day 22c
4c for Tuesday
Wash Cloths, extra fine
Honey Comb." , Large size.
Last day 4c
10c for Tuesday
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25c; 35c and 50c values
Extra special- ' .
Last day 10c
11c for Tuesday
. Misses' Hose, heavy Rib
bed, black, all sizes, 20c
grade. ., ; 'v;:.v:-
last day lie
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You can always do better
and better now than ever at
marks that where houses are so
' scarce there must be some attraction
holding people In the city.
INDIVIDUAL HONORS CUP IS ON'E
OF RAKE BEAUTY.
BAND DANCE WEDNESDAY.
Two Splendid Trophies For Winners
Of Water Sports.
A huge and elegant loving cup to
be donated to the winner of the
most Individual points In the water
sports to be held at the Chautauqua
grounds on July fourth, and a smal
ler but no less attractive loving cup
for the winner of the swimming relay
arrived this morning and are on ex
hibition at the Peare Jewelry store.
The trophies are" here at any early
day that the prospective contestants
can see what their award will be if
they ' win the most points. Every
event in the calendar of attractions
will count against the cup. The
trophies can be seen at any time.
Rehearsals Have Been Going On And
Good Mwslc Is Promised.
Another of the popular band dances
will be held next Wednesday evening
at the Elks hall. A band orchestra of
ten pieces will officiate at a portion
of the dance, but the band itcelf will
play several dancing numbers.
CONGRESS PEOPLE 3IEET.
HARMON', HEARST, HARMONY.
Important Details For Continental
Congress Hare Been Arranged.
MANY HEAR CHILDREN'S PHD.
Children's Day at Baptist Church En-
Joyed by Large Crowd.
A large . crowd listened to the well
prepared program last evening at the
Baptist church. The young people
and the boys and girls did their best
and many words of praise were given
as the people left the house. Child
ren's Day conies once a year and on
this day the children of the Sunday
school sing and speak praises for the
work of the Lord.
New Company At Alrdome.
La Grande will have the oppor
tunity of seeing a Broadway actress
a faverite In the East as well aa
;he West Miss Ethel Tucker, sup
ported by a superb company, when
she opens an indefinite engagement
at the Alrdome, beginning Thursday
Miss Tucker Is known over the en
tire country as one of the cleverest
f leading women on the stage, and one
t of her hobbles Is to surround her-'
t self with the best company procur
able. This company has Just closed a
successful engagement In Twin Falls
Idaho, haying played to capacity
mulness for twenty "weeks.
An Important meeting has been
held by the committee having the
continental congress in charge. All
the- leading parte have been assigned
and the very best oratorical talent In
the city is now employed to carry
parts. There will be at least thirty
characters on the stage, each repre
senting the leading men who partici
pated in the congressional matters
at the close of the war.
Ohio Democrats Will Follow Out
Newest Slogan In Politics.
CANT FIND A HOUSE.
Shot Through The Fingers.
lohn Andrews of Perry was hurt
.yesterday by the accidental dis
charge of a rifle which he was c
'rying. The bullet tore through three
fingers of 'Ms right hand, causing
, much pain. .He was brought to the
uranne Konde hospital and treated by
Doctor Molitor. He will not likoly
ei.fftr loss of his hand. -
Notice to Public.
Miss Helen M. Burr, of Whitman
College, will give a course in Do
mestic Science at the Chautauqua. A
fee of ten cents a lesson or- fifty cents
for the course, will be charged. This
fee will be used to buy material for
the demonstrations. "All ladles Who
wish to Join the Domestic Science
class will please phone or send their
names at earliest .possible date to
any of the following committee.. '
MRS. J. K. WRIGHT, Chairman
MRS. E. E. BRAGG. "
MRS. TURNER OLIVER."
Dayton, Ohio, June 20. "Harmon,
Hearst and Harmony" are to be the
words of the Democratic slogan dur
ing the campaign which will get a
boost here tomorrow. At least ' the
Harmon part will for the state con
vention Is sure to endorse the Har
mon platform. Then on to the presi
dency is the cry.
Crew of Ten Drowned.
Liverpool, June 20. The steamer
Rechally of Bayonne, with a crew of
ten, sank today following a collision
with another steamer.
Contractor Thinks of Building a Tent
In Which to Live.
H. C. Mackey of Pullman, Wash.,
who is here as assistant contractor
to build, the High school building, has
about decided to erect a "tent In which
to keep. his. .family. He is surprised
at the-thrttCnt La Grande and re-
In this city Saturday, . June 18,
1910, to Mr. and Mrs. August Erick
son, a daughter .
. Chorrloi. For Sale?" T"
May Dukes are now ripe. Order
at once as they are 'going quicklv.
F. II. Tatman.
Resolution passed by Blue Mountain
Grange No. ,345, at the lasf session,
June 18th. 1910: ' ; , . . .
j Whereas, the season Is now far ad
, vanced when the noilou weeds
( should be looked after, as they-are
I now blooming, and, soon will be scat
( tering their seeds, and, f V
whereas, our county roads ' are
thickly set with many such weeds,
and If not destroyed,.wlll surely sup
ply seeds to pollute piany farms and
Therefore, be It resolved by Blue
Mountain Grange No. 345 that we ear
nestly insist that., the lav governing
the same be rigidly enforced, and .any.
who, will 'not "obey the law, be tOrcetl ;
to do so by those who are In author- i
Ity, otherwise declare the law a farce.
jtfround the Circle
for Forty Dollars
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the Berry hat f or men, $3 and up.
Stetson hats made for our special t
.' THE DALLES
or Vice Versa
To the .
Tickets sold dally, June 1 to Sep
tember 1. Final limit October. 31.
'. Write for Particulars.
G. M. Jackson" Geo. A. Walton
Trav. Pass. Agt - : Gen. Agt.
14 Wall St. Spokane.
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