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LX GRAKDE EVE:TC:G OBSERVER SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1010.
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KEAL TIGHT SEBTICE.
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MtD Each Blew Struck.
FLNE OUTLOOK IOB EXCTESIOX.
The Observer Kill, b paying the
necessary . price, be one of the 500
newspaper throughout the United
States, to be served by a remarkable
system of news rending when .. tbe
Johnson-Jeffries prize fight occurs
.July SlV Fifteen eecondB on the av-'
mge will be required to transmit
a description o each blow struct, to
La Grande, and tbe bulletins will be
'read and posted In front of the Ob
server office during tbe fight, and
will be remarkable in many respects.
Jnst liow this service Is manipulated
Is described In tbe following from
San Francisco, June 2 4. As a re
sult of arrangements completed to
day for the covering of the Johnson
Jeffries figbt by the United PreBB the
afternoon newspapers . served by
this organization w'lll receive the
most nearly. Instantaneous action ev-
pt ftttemDted In connection with a
big news event. .
It 1b planned to Deliver into offi
veB of United Press papers through
out the country, detailed descrip
tions of each blow struck within 1&
second of thu time the blow actually
lands. I?, order to do this two Unit
ed Press -trans-continental leased
wires will be run to the press table
at tbe ringside in Reno and these
wireB will be manned by two of the (
Tastest sending operators in the
country to -whom the story will be
dictated. Owing to the limitations of
the carrying capacity of telegraph
wdfres three relays or rei-senflings
will be necessary to reach all points.
One of these relays will be made at
San Francisco, where "the stuff will
be resent to the coast papers; an
other at Denver, from where all cen
tral and southern points will be Berv-
ri nnA a third Trom 'New York, from
-which eastern points will be taken '
r t t ww m ci
f le at Elgin. Sunday.
With indications today for fine
weather tomorrow, baseball fans are
anticipating a fair sited crowd with
tomorrow! excursion to Elgin when
what Is considered the most im
portant game of the season thus far
in the Inter-county league will be
pulled off on the Elgin lot With La
Grande's lineup changed and strength
eried, It Is confidently believed that
Elgin will be beaten tomorrow after
noon. In any event, the game will
be so interesting that It will well re
pay the fans who epend a dollar for
the return trip ticket. The excur
sion leavpB here at 10 o'clock and it
returns immediately after the game.
As Elgin sent a good steed crowd to
La Grande earlier In the season, it
is only right that the tans recipro
SUGAR Cash price Susar. $6.75;
beet sugar $6.75.
VEGETABLES vry onions. U;
imrenlps, 2 l-2e; spinach. 3 Jt for 25;
fresh reas. 15 asparagus. 8 lb for
25c; rubarb. 6c; celery. JOc a bunch;
hot bouse lettuce, ? buaches for 15c;
head lettuce. 10c; vadisr.ej. S bunche6
for 10c; green onions, "5c a bunch;
fresh Florida tomatoes, 10c; new po
tatoes, 61b 'for 25c. .
FRUIT Oranges, 40c doe; lemons.
S5c; bananas, 0o; et-awberries, lie
per box. 2 for 25c; cherries 21bs for
25c; gooseberries, 2 qts. for 25c.
MEATS Hogs, live weight, well
liuisusd, $10 cwV. cows, 8 .1-1! to 4c;
veal 4 to 4 J-2c; mutton. 5 1-2; chick
ens ir.c. .
BUTTER Etr Creamery,
BUTTER FAT Delllver t. Q. b. at
Portland, ew, cream 27 J.-2; sour 25 1-2
EGGS Local, candled, 26327c.
POULTRY Mixed chickens 16c;
fun.r 16 (0 J6 l-2c; turkeys,
alive 2021c; drcsacfl728c;plgaons
squabs, $2X0; dressed chlckenB, Jl to
2c higher than alive. .
EARLEY Producer pilce, 1009
Feed..?23; rolled. $25; brewlag. $24.
WHEAT-T-Nominal uack, club.
79c; blueatem 2; Willauiette valley,
MIIJSTUFFS Selling .price Bran
$20; mldllngs, $29; shorts, $21; -chop,
FLOUR New crop patents. $-15
LOST Lady's watch with pin at
tached. Suitable reward paid If re;
turned to La Crani'e investment com
care of. At each of these points the
reviving operators will use a visi
ble typewriter and the sending op
erator, seated beside hlra, will relay
the inching matter word for word
lef Citrus Powder do your $
iSoaklihe clothing in Citrus 4.
r l : t . &
J stir well and ;rub out the J
5 parts most soiled in the
The task of giving to the country
this description ,of the fight, a story
which ; promises to be one of the
most widely read of the decade, ha
been assigned to Max Balthasar best
known in the sporting- world ,fs
"The Rinirslder." one of the fore
most boxing authorities in the count
try and a man whose opinions for
many years have been the last word
In sporting question? on the Pacific
coast the home of the fighting game.
Balthasar has been at the rinse
side during practically .every Jmpor
tant bout nartlcloated in by either
Jeffries or Johnson and has a per
sonal and expert knowledge of the
science and style of each man. For
i several weeks past be has been in
touch with both flshters has .studied
them at their ' work and during their
relaxations, and the full value ot his
knowledge of the men and their
methods will be brought out in his
description and analysis of the bat
tle. -:, ' ' ;
Balthasar will be assisted in his
work by TId 'Wright, also a well
known boxing authority, who will dl
vide with Balthasar the work of glv-
Inglo the United Press the news.of
the training camps up to the day of
4.00KS GOOD X
.... i .t
to th cuiiuren wnen uqj
the dellciftus bread made from a
the North-Powder Best of the
ryest :t-atMii-tiu' ; !. '
for the little ones, with biUtor.
jam or Jelly, Jthat is wholesome
and muscle building. It locks
good also to the housewife wbon
she sees the golden brown Qrtsp
and the white bread Inalde when
It comes from the oven. It also
' v smells appetizing when mad9
FOB SALE BY ALL CROCEBS
STRAYED Black Cockerel Spaniel
Three months old. Finder, lea-e
word at this office.
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WANTED Clean cotton- rags. .Ob
TtRN I SHED ROOM For gentlemsa
fxly. Nice location. Close in. Call
, Red 952. tf.
TO TRADE 160 acres of timber land
to trade for city property. Mac
Wood, Golden Rule store.
WANTED Uoy to 8".'- Observers oa
the streota. Apply to the circu
lation manager of the Observer.
FOR SALE Old papers at the 0
servcr offl' ' '
j FOR SALE Household goods in-
LOST Brown purse containing about
.,$15.00,ome Canadian com, owners; clud, & gasoUne rang6i for Ba!e
card in side; In Union -or on oad
to La Grande. Phone or notify Ob
FURNISHED ROOMS-1612 ' Adams
.Ave., .$8.00 per month, phone red
cheap if taken at once.
FOR RENT Barn ..suitable for far ee
horses. Inquire at this office.
WANTED 6 or- 7 room
SALE tOR EXCHANGE For ttown or
GIRL WANTED -For general house- '. 1 'SSI, 'iTL .
work- apply atl312 Pennsylvania -Vv uU. cVv- ;,vv TtiT-
telephcae in all .rooms. P. O. Boa;
avenue. '- -
LOST A locket, out aide fully .fin-
graved, other .aide plain. Leave at
CifAfJ WQD t
.1 am prepared to furnish Dry, Chain, Wood,. al- ).
so partly .seasoned wpod, -to all comers. .Kind
ly phone your order to '
1. E. B f J jy i
. , . ' ' ' ' ' '
FOR SAIE or WILL B-ENT-RaDca
in.. . ... ": 1 Ul AOWV DVIO, imm, q'-- '
NOW Get that lummer ult .cleaned .well watered. Kext:to o,w,n. Renter
. . t t Till i A . ' aM - . M
and pressed at renniagi-i.i-uwi'' must have best refereacea., lerms i
Black 851 or 4. 'years to right pajty. Barns, arte
slan ..water. .'room -house. Address
E. M. Sanders, Cgrncppla,, Ofe, -
.j j Illl T Til II III ' V "
ANYONE wisiiiBg' aster plants 5caif
; .on Mrs. VW. ;p. , Grandy, cor Second
; and Grandy avenues.
M 014 t, . t
m suas. wrmE .uuu imac
4A well 5h two or three wa- J Y
5 tersand they. will be clean S a
J for Masking FanncIs
1 Tor Washing dishes
J For bathing Citrus is a ux
4 1 5c a package, .2 f or 25c J
1FS ASD .ASD'S A
cover second tomorrow.' ;He . was not J 4 4 4 4 4 .
XA GRANDE, ORE
'Continued on Pace Six)
' THOSE BLACK 81 ,
La Grande Camp .No. ,7703 meeU
every;Monday in the month at the I.
0. O..F. i Hall. AH . visiting neighbors
are cordially Invited to attend- !
I.:R. SNOOK. C
D. E. COX. Clerk. .
: f ATMM3
;THE MODERN '
Order JRock Springs
For Winter Noy
Cherries . For Sale.
May ; Dukes are , now , ripe. v Order
t once ,&s they , re going , qulcklv.
F. U. .Tatman. .; 1 ;: ' '
Subscribe for the Cbiemr.
European Plan Only !
iRooms 50c toSl.50 !
OHE BLOCK FROM-DIPO!
Lla Grande, Oiegon
. Wemen of Woodcraft j
t Grande : Ronde Clrrt No. , 47 meets
every first and third ThurBday , even
ing in : the month . at the 1 IO. - O. F.
Hall. All visiting members welcome.
.CHLOE ROBINSON. O.
LIZZIE ; ELLSWORTH,. Clerk.
. . T( T, n in,, ,r .inn - m
1a-Grande r Lodge .5J0..il. A. : F. .&
A.;M holds reguler meetings first and
third Saturdays at 70 p. m. i
-JOHN t: HODGIN. W." W. ,
A.. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary
""11 P. fi. E. .
La Jranie Lodge No. j 433 , meets
each Thursday.evening at 8 o'clock in
Elk's club corntr of Depot street and
Washington A'enue., Vlaitlng brothers
are cordially lnvitod to attend.
DR. C L. BIGGERS. Ex. Ruler.
HVGH McCALL, . Rec. Sec.
(Crystal .Lodge ;No.vE0 meets, every
Tuesday evening In the I. O. O. F. hall
All .visiting members are, invited , to
MRS.; CORA FITZGERALD, N. G
MISS SUSAN McILROY.. Sec.
Red Cross iLodge No.' M. meeta. ev
ery Wonday , eight in Castle hall
(old Elk's hall). A; Pythian, welcpma
to ail visiting, Knights.
ED. WRI3HT, C. C
R. L. LINCOLN. M.. of R. & S.
:I 0. O.. F. Snberdinate
La Grande. Ledge No.. 16 meets la
their halL every Satui day night .Via
tting brothers cordially invited to at-
i tend. GEO. GROUT, N. O.
J.s R.; SNJOOK. Rec. Sec. .
W. A..WORSTELL, Fin. Sec.
, . O. E. S.
. Hope Chapter No. 13. 0. E. S. holds
stated . communications the second
and fourth Wednesdays of each month
Visiting members , cordially ; Invited
MARY A. WARNIClCSec.
; : PAULINE LEDERLEE. W.- M
Inquire Phone Red ,1181.
FOR SALE Modern five ;rpom house.
-v.n&8y .tarma. , Addrasa. -owaer. xara
1623, 8e( ttle.
LOST Elk's tooth in setting , A- f
v. Olvmnlan. 136" oa back. .
turn to Observer ..office and trecelv5
suitable reward, .
ROOM and BOARD 1617 Fourth Et.
FQR SALE lb? snodgrass reiw?2v
In the Old Town -consisting ,01 ..
ten room ;ouse, and the E. ,W. put .
lett bouse in the Old Town, coatUt
lag of seven , rooms. Will cM
cheap If .taken at once. Inaulw t
the . Snodgrass .grocery. .
FOR SALE Cherries, 10 cents nor
gallon on the tree. ;u Stlllweii.
Frultdale. ' ' .
WANTED Waitress .at Palace rs-
taurant Experience not oocwiar.
WANTED-rCarpenters for Joseph.
Apply to Bert Smith, Foley hotel,
this evening. '
WAITED - TO 1 RENT A ,slx . room
house. No ( Objection t to ;.,a , larger
house If ,Jn .desirable , location. P. ,F,
.Wade. .Phone. Red ,402.. ;
A Towel rack and a cake of sstp
and , every A&j a flcan EoIIsr
;ToweI,.for $L0O a month.
Phone us about it
"Best hy Test"
J FgOFESSIOJIAI. PIBICTOBT. O
000 o o o p o
C. II. VITON, Fn. (3. W. P.
jppyslclan .and Surgeon
Special . attention ; to ;Eye, , Ear, Nose
and Throat. Office Jn La Grande Nat
lonal iBank : Building. Phones: s Of
fice Main .2, ; Residence Main 32.
CSO. W. ZUUIEIULUi
Sommer , Bldg., : Rooms 7, 8, 0 and : 10
Phones: i Home , 1332, Pacific .Main, 63,
i Residence phone, Black 651. Suc
co8Bor to! Dr.' T. E. Moore. !
- Woodmen of the World
l La Grande, Lodge No.; 169 W p. W.
meets evey second and fourth rues
day. In the .month. All visiting meraj
NERI AvKLES.iC. C.
, J.- II. 7'KEENEY..,CIert ' ;
Teacher of , Piano j
Pupil , of Pierre ; Doullet of ; the San
Jose . Conservatory.
For, Children the Burrows method 0',
.music study and mualcal,klndergar-r
; ten. 4. Studio in ,Mahaffey Bulldlnr. j
oav Rent ?iWe loan vou
monev to build, and , you
pay us as you, would tent.
y. , ; '
LA CBASDE SCHOOL ,0V 'MISJC.
Cor. Adams avenue and Greenwood St
'.' " : Dl-ecto.'. ;
jt. iLiUuwroup : ;
-. '. ' . . Attoraeyat-law ' !
Practice! in , all , the courts ( of . tha
State and Un'ted States. . ;
pnice in La Grande .National Bank
Bldg La Grande, Oregon '.
'.' PB. V.M CttABLTO.Jf . ; j
v i.Veterinuy Surgeon
Olllce at Hill's Drug Store, La Oranl
Residence ".phone, ' , Rod -701; ;Offlco
, phono, Black ,'1861 .Independent
phone 63; trHh phones at residence,
Chas. E. Cochran ,Geo. T.Coctraa
,C0CHBAN t COCIIBAK
La Grande National Bank Bl. '
La Grande .Orejm
P. W. C. JiELfcOX
Mining Engineer ;
Jf. M0UT0B, W.,P.
Ppyslctan and Surgeon -Corner.
Adams , o. and Depot, atretL
, Office Main 68 ' , Resldenca
j. cTtbice, p. m. p.
;".V Dentist '
Room . 33, La Grande ?NaUonal ank
.Building. ?houe Black 3991. ; ,
, Painters, paper hang
ers, decorators. .Esti
mates furnished free.
Ceddes grocery Building
Phone Ind. 1431- -
git U..J. U. -i
( Cold, Beach has a shotblatk; only
5 ccuta, too. .
,PB. ,M. ,F. iIE.PELS-H5
; Doctor f Optics.
Spectacles and Eye ' Glasses .Fittad
f.and made, to, order.
All Errors of Refraction ;Correcta4
1105 Adams' Ave. , Opposite : P. p.
La. Grande, . Oregon
pit JI. L..f.PEKW(0D ,
PpyelcJan and Surgeon ,
Over - Red, Cross ; Drug Store
Special .attention to diseases of ,Eyo,
and Ear. '
Office phone Main 22; Res. Main 7W-