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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1910.
1 Santa Claras
TflA iSnts 2 everyne of his dear little ones his delicasies. He will be with us during the week in our BASETJENT TOY
7vSS'iST rncon and ive tc the cIliIt ren thousands of boxes of candy. He makes a special request that ALL VISIT TOY
LAND DURING HIS STAY; Bring your E rotters and sisters, your neighbors', children, and your mammas and papas. Let us make
it a merry Christmas for all. -
; . MENS NECKWEAR.
Largest and most complete lin? of
neckwear ever shown. H'gh grade
Bilks In all the new weaves, new pat
terns and new styles, , fourinhands.
35c values .......... i. 25c
SOc values, three for . 50c
'75c values .'. 50c
Fine boxed ties In fancy Christmas
boxes, also high grade ties and hos
iery .to match in boxes, special for
Christmas trade.' ' . ; .
FURS AND FUR COATS.
The wife or perhaps the daughter,
maybe both", would be highly pleas
ed with the nice set of fur or fur
coat. It Is not an expense, each year,
but a set of furs or fur coat b some
thing that t will last almost iniU- ;
ueiy. The styles do not cha,ngo much.:
A coat bought ten years ago is in
style today. We are agents far. the
McKibbon furs, largest ; and best
line in the United States.
This week in toyland we make a special
inducement for customers to buy dressed
dolls. We have taken hundreds of our best
numbers, and are selling them at just half
the original price. The line consists of dolls
from 75c to $9.00, especially imported by us.
This is a bargain you will find you have nev
er had the opportunity of getting before,
just at Christmast time. This will enable you
to buy a silk dressed doll as cheap or eyen
cheaper than you can buy the same doll undressed.
SPECIAL LIJiE FOR 10CXG MEN.
Nothing would please the young
man more than a nice new suit for
Christmas. Our Campus line Is espec
ially made for the young men. It also
makes the old man appear young and
feel young. Fine worsted, $10.00 to
$15.00. Cashmeres in the new pat- Tlil 19 tke majors ouarantuu
terns and Fall weights from $3.00 to
$19.50. Dress shirts selected for holl-
LARGES T LINE OF DRESS
ED DOHS in i Esstern Or
egon at WSTHALt PRICE
day trade, largest and most attractive.
Suitable patterns in bfnd to be worn
with collar or soft collared shirts, in
classy Madras, silk and poifgea.
$1.00-11 .25 $U0.
One hundred solid sets selected es
pecially for our ChrUtmaB trade,
beautifully decorated. New shapes la
nigh grade chinaTWe are closing out
all other lines in Havlland and Ger
man china. They will suit you. There
are sugars and creamers, cillar trayB,
manicure sets and lots of odd pieces
that will make exceptional Christmas
Rifts. Every item! on bargain prices.
Bring your Children to Toyland and let them see Santa Claus
and get a sack of candy every afternoon r
THE GOLDEN RULE COMPANY1
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The Little Station Agent Edis-
The Ghost of the Oven Selig.
Oh You Skeleton. ,, ., .
He and his company is doing much to
wards increasing ochard acreage in
Cqve. . . . . - '
Joseph Barton of the Sumpter Val
ley railroad, with headquarters ; at
Baker City, is la the city today.
Beautiful dishes given to lady,
patrona of the matinee. See dis
play In lobby. .
-VMM ' 10c-
George Currey drove to Summer
vllle to transact business.
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H. H. Mack of Huntington Is regis
. tered at the Foley today.
' Misses Anna De Long and Hester
Phy were over from Hot Lake this
morning, stopping at the Foley while
E. Humphreys, a brother of City
Recorder-elect C M. Humphreys, is
here from Black Rock, Oregon, to vis
it his brother for a few days.
For sale cheap, 15,000 feet of lum
ber consisting of ship lap 2x42x6
and 1x12. Will sell cheapApply to
B. S. Davis, sewer contractor.
When vou have a cold eet a bottle of
UnamberUin'i Uough Kemedy. It will
soon fix yon up all right and will ward ofl
any tendency toward pneumonia. This
remedy contains no opium or other narcotic
and may be given as conUdently to a baby
as to an adult Sold by all dealers. '
' Boat Enns Ashore.
Vancouver, Dec. 20 The steamship
Prince "George, " which went ashore
yesterday while entering the harbor
in a dense fog was gulled off this
morning by rtwo tugs. The boat was
the murder of three persons, Sheriff
Wheeler and two deputies are rushine
here today with Nathan Montague, a
negro, in order to protect him from a
poBse of farmers who want to lynch
him. Montague last night entered the
home of Leyton Sounders, a farmer
and slew Sanders, his granchlld, aged
two years and assaulted Ulna Saund
ers, daughter and cut her throat with
a Jack knife and then fired the house.
KMGHTS ELECT OFFICERS.
Convention Will be Held In Enterprise
In Febrnary 5ext
With delegates present from Elgin
and Wallowa county towns and Un
ion, the local lodge of Knights of Py
thias last evening held Its- election
of officers and decided to hold Us dis
trict convention In' Enterprise next
February. The officers elected are Jess
Paul C. C (Re-elected) ; Arthur Will-
lams, vice council, (Re-elected) ; Ed.
Wright, prelate, (re-elected) R. J.
Nyren, M. A.; Jess Griffen, Inside
guard; Joe Baker, outside guarrd, (re
elected);- R. L. Lincoln,- re-elefcted
keeper of records and seals and also
master financier. John Frawley was
re-elected master exchequer and A C.
Hayes re-elected trustee for three
years. J. A. Matott, M. W.
STREET SWEEPER AT WORK.
Standard Austin Machine Given Ini
tial Workout This Horning.
After considerable delay, the Stan
dard Austin street sweeper has reach
ed here and was put to work this
morning. It has been found entirely
satisfactory so far. The flusher has
not arrived yet and the sweeper will
j have to do all the work until the ma
chine does come.
FALLS FROM FIRE ESCAPE.
Transfer Man Sustains Broken Arm in
Fall on New School Building.
M. L. Nleder, a transfer man, was
accidentally pushed from the Are es
cape on the new school building yes
terday and sustained a broken arm.
Dr. Richardson set the break.
PORTLAND SPECIALIST HERE
Called In Consultation With Local
Doctors Over Mrs. Richardson.
Dr. J. W. Laughlin, a specialist of
Portland, arrived this morning from
Portland to remain a few days. He
was called in consultation with Dr.
G. I Biggers and Dr. A. L. Richard
son of this city in regard to the con
dition of Mrs. . Richardson who has
, been seriously ill for some time. Mrs.
I Richardson Is a trifle improved to
, day. "
Rev. H. T. Peterson of Summerville,
and Rev. C. W. Stevens of North Pow
der are guests today with Doctor J. D.
Gillilan. ; -' - J
Miss ; Mary Frawley, daughter of
County Treasurer , and Mrs. John
Frawley has been quite seriously ill
the past week! She shows slight signs
of Improvement today. '
NEW DREADNACGHT ORDERED
Battleship Texas Will be Built at Cost
of Five Millions. :
Washington, Dec. 20 A contract
for building the new battleship Texas
was let ,to the. Newport News Ship
Building company today by the navy
department ' The bid was $5,830,000.
It frill be 'of the Dreadnaught type.
Ben A Anderson, a popular O. R. &
N. fireman was promoted to engineer
yesterday. Mr. Anderson pulled out for
hla first run on the west end last
night. . '
E. B. Johnson, proprietor of the City
Stables, left last night for Eugene to
spend the holidays with his mother be
fore returning home Mr. Johnson will
i8it several valley cities.
Drive Out Loan Sharls. :
Chicago, Dec." 20 Commercial or
ganizations and labor Unions . are
planning to join in' & campaign to
drive loan sharks from this city. It is
probable the Chicago associations of
commerce will take the iniatlve and
will hold a conference shortly ' after
January first ' v ""'" r ",-
Fire in Bunk House.
The fire department was called out
shortly: after midnight this mornulng
to quench a lire which had broken out
in a bunk house switched on a siding.
The men, laborers, who were sleeping
in the car escaped without serious in
ary. NEGRO RUNS AMtCK.
" W. F. Zlmmerle, a fruit grower for
merly of Seattle, but now of Cove,
. . Vow rnna Cpottlo fnr tt"i Jip"1Vl,
pending an investigtaion. . In Mexico,
Kills Three and Fosse is Now in Pur
of Him to Lynch Him.
were discharged today. I the last meeting;
Is the place to visit. Orange groves in
full bloom, tropical flowers, famous ho
tels, historic Old Missions, attractive
watering places, delightful climate,
making that favored section the Na
tion's most popular retreat. You can
see it at its best via the
and "The Road of a Thousand Wonders," S. P. Railway
' " Up-to-date tains, first-class in every re
spect, ' unexcelled dining-car. service,
' quick time and direct connections to all
points south. .
Special Round Trip Fare
' ' 00 ' PORTLAND to LOS '
: T'?"" ANGELES and Return
With corresponding low fares from all
' 7 ; other sections of the Northwest. Lib
, eral stop-overs in each direction and
long limit. Interesting and attractive
. literature on the various resorts and
; attactions of California can be had on
application to any S. P. or O. R. & N.
Agent, or from
. General Passenger Agent
Old Santa Claua seems very much
, at home In our basement Toyland, as
I If to thi nan.ao. 111.- VI. I. i
jv iuw wnimt iihq 1119 wum BIlOp
he has seen.! Beautiful toys every
where ' '. '
The Golden Rule Co. . ? ' ,
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The youngsters are very much, in
terested In our ..basement Tox
land. Free candy. J ; i
The Golden Rule Co. 1 f
A Simple Safeguard for Kothers. '
Mrs. D. Gilkerson, 328 Ingles, Am, '
Toungstown, Ohio, gained wisdom by
experience. "My little girl had a se
vere cold and coughed almost con--tlnuously.
My sister recommended Fo
ley's Honey and Tar. The first dosa
I gave her relieved the lnflamatloa;
in her throat and after using ope bot
tle her throat and lungs were entirely
free from inflamatlon. Since then I
always keep a botUe of Foley's Hon
ey and Tar in the house as I know it .
is a sure cure for coughs and colds."
Hills Drug Store.
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
, . or La Grande, Oregon
1 r0Ui"TOea ae4
I A F. ft A. M. La Grande Lodge No. j REBEKAHS Crystal Lodge No. M
I 41, A F. & A M. holds regular meet- meets every Tuesday evening in the
ings first and third Saturdays at I. 0. O. F. hall. All visiting mem-
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all bers are Invited to attend,
i Masons. JOHN 8. HODGIN, W. M. MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, N. O.
A C. WILLIAMS, Secretary. .; MRS, JENNIE M. SMITH. See.
B. P. O. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433 - '- -. ;
I meets each Thursday evening at 8 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-Red Croa
o'clock In Elk's club, corner of De- .Lodge No. 27 meets every Monday
i . pot street and Washington avenue. n,ght In CaBtle Ml. (old Elk's hall.)
Visiting brothers are cordially In- A Py'on welcome to all visiting
i vited to attend. ': Knights. .
DR. O. L. BIGGERS. Ex Rul. . V SS PAUL. C. C.
' HUGH McCALL. Rec. Sec. R-1 LINCOLN, M. of R. ft S.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La - S. Hope Chapter No. 13, 0. B.
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O, W. C. holds stated communlcaUons the:
meets every second and fourth Tues- "econd and fourth Wednesdays o!
day in the month. All visiting mem- eacn month. Visiting members cor
ners welcome. ' dlally Invited.
NERI ACICLES, C. C. MARY A WARWICK, Sec.
J. II. KEENEY. Clerk. PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
M. W. A La Grande Camp No. 7703 WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT G rande
meets every Monday in the month at ' Ronde Circle No. 47 meets every
the I. O. O. F. hall. AM visiting first and third Thursday etenlngi
neighbors are cordially invited to In the month at the-1. O. O. F. blt
attend. , All visltiag members are welcome.
I. R, SNOOIC. C. CHLOE ROBINSON, G. M,
. D. E. COX, Clerk. LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk. '