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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911.
" hi MiiigiiiniwM m n r
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2 Days Only
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March 4 and 6
1 lb 50c Bak-rrs
Chocolate ..... . .
3156 curtains, '
wds, this "sale
65c. Granite Coffee
, Pot this sals .......
E5c Gllft frame wall
mirror, 12x16, .....
fl & 30c Coffee
this sale .
"9 bar good Laun
X&ryj Soap, this sale.
9 Iters. 5c Toilet '
, Soap, this sale ....
40 regular 2 for 5c
, , postcards. , ,
4 Bars, 10c Tar
, .'Soap, this sale . . .
'4 "bars 10c Glycer-
ene soap, this sale .
' S rc TVater
'Glasses, this sale . .
-5s )rip ; :-'
"2 !!5c Smoking .
.'P'pes ........ .. .
"UmsTies ...... ...
Titmdles ...... ...
? Pkgs. 5c Carpet
steel '; .
3 20c Steel
Fry Pans ,.
315o White Cup -;
'3 15c Lamp
15 5c Mouse
Traps ...... .....
2 25c Preserve 'N
'Kettles ...... ..
3 15c Drip
. 5 10c Pot
Covers ....... ...
1 25c Pair Boys
Overalls .... ..
r yards 12 l-2c 0 t
.In? Flannel . . .
S0c Mens "Work
', ShlrtB .... .. .,
350 Whips ... . .
' K 10c Tea ;
8 Yd. 5c
' Lace ...
40c Corset Cover
35c Mens Wool .
'2 25c Mens
J pair 15c Mens
Hoss , i ' . .
3 lose ........ .
35c Ladlees '
'. Collars .......
"50c Mens ,
40 c Infants
IOYETT'S COJmfl CAUSES RE.
POET OX DOUBLE TRACK.
BucUcy Takes Jonrnay Over Entire
System to Complete Report.
Regarding the coming cf Judg9 Lov
ett to Oregon arfd the recent trip ov
r the O-W by Actini General Man
ager , M. J. Buckley, the ' East Ore
gonian advances the following:
Acting General Manager M. J.
Buckley and a number of operatipg
officials of the O-W R, N. are on a
tour of Inspection of the system Mr
the purpose of preparing a report to
President R. 8. Lovett and Vice Pres
ident Krutschnitt when they shall ar
rive in Portland, probably the latt;r
part o. the week. It Is understood
that the principal report submitted
to the head of ths Harriman system
will have, to do with' the doub'e
tracklng of the main lln from Port
land to Huntington.'which betterment
already has been aiproved and is u
part of the 175 000.000 Union Pacific
Southern Pacific budget recetnly an
nounced. While there. Is son belief that tli:
recent rate decision by ths interstate
commerc commission mgM hivp
the effect qf curtailing expenses and
blocking all proposed extensions aria
imnrovemnt.i ; lltn anticipated
that the decision will have -
ous aff ct on projects already vo:?ci
on and approved.
The double-tracking which Is like
ly to be ordered has had a confer
ence with local JTarrlman officials w"l
Involve m expenditure of over $5 09 -000
during the year 1911, and lonv
thlng like that sum for each of the
next five years during which the K?r
riman system expects to spend the
The local officials on their prvr'
tour have covered practically all of
the principal lines Involved in the re
cent O-W, R. & N.. the Oreg6a &
Washington and the North .Coast or
"Strahorn" road on .which It Is pro
posed to spend about 18 000,000 la tlr
next two years In cutting the distance
between Portland and Spokane 54
milees. This is another project which
will probably be taken up early this
Acting Manager Juckley hopes to be
able to persuade President Lovett and
Director Kruttschnltt to take a trip
up over the Deschutes railroad, whtcn
now completed to crooked river,
la case these officials have the time to
give for such a side-trip during their
stay In this territory.
While no definite information has
been teceived at Harriman headquar
ters as to the time of the arrival ot
tha Lovett special ..from California
it is anticipated that the party whl
reach Portland by the end of the
Vice President and General Man
ager J. P. O'Brien who has b:en on
a leave of absence for the past month
may return to Poitland with the par
! ty, although the latest word received
1 from him was that he would not r.ach
'Portland before March 7 or 8.
SECURITY LAND AND TRUST COM
PAJiY IS ITS NAME.
Connect Li Grantfe, Portland and Se.
attle Realty Market
A't'rr a considerable length of time
p nt in working out preliminary de
tails following the announcement of
the organ'sation of the Security Land
and Trnst company, that institution
was today launched on the business
seas of the northwest. It is to be a
La Grande institution with selling o Si
ces In Portland and Seattl; so that
all Grande. Ponde property will, not
only have local selling facilities, but
will also be placed on the markets ot
the coast money centers. ,
J. F. Phy. Is maneec of the Pe
f urltv Lend and Trust company and In
".-"enk'n nf ti new concern to the
Evening Observer he said: "I have
known ever since. I embarked In the
r p1 "tot" hitne5! In Li Grande that
vr tor' rnarket was too 1'mlted,
While thing move fairly well locally
end the real estate business in this
valley Is gaod, it has frequently oc
fi'red to me tht tha th'ne necs9ay
was to get an nutlet for Grunde Ronde
offerings In the coast cities. I have
been worVIne for Rome time In ac
,wniiv fcaJui .. and em pleas
d to sa MW T'Vive flnal'y sucree--1
In nrwnv that I am cevt!ii will be
bpnefcifll to everv proirtv owpr
who has anvtb'Tiar to spII In tbK vol-
Wipn n nl'r of n'nnr'i' iq
"H with fe BrnWtv Lanrt nnd Tri'"t
rrr rvT tf ttt rrim Iq rilnrofl f to
o r"t s. nnfl nr nri-
now't'on ll roonv (lira o rnn
Tiar )' o nTi'n'rtH ri's-
ronoprn qtarv, fo" H will honrllo nl 1r.
'otlfliro nf .-1 nn'ofa ". P rSo
nM ttint o.'orwthlno' llafail ir" n'WI ha
indympnt b of wnnd-rful henflf
"THE FOLEY' TO BE A V-iDEUX
o Exitense Snared to Mike it FliSt
Class In Every V'.iy.
A bill has been Introduced in the
tfew York state legislature, limiting
a policeman's duty to eight hours.
In the Land of Monkeys .and
The Evil of Betting. f
The Family of VegetarUna -Edison.
The Sin Unpardonable i?3.ncy
SongSInce I Am In Lovj Wtb
I EN'S SUITS MADE TO MEAS-
URE, of Guaranteed ALL-WOOL
Fabrics by the most skilled tailors that
money can employ, and your measure
taken by a measurer of twenty-five yearr
experience, ought to be good enough fos
THEY ARE PRICED
$15;00 to $40.00
See window display at
IMC PEOPMS SldDDSE
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK LA GRANDE, OR.
from that date regular grill service
Will be obtainable by transient and
La Grande guests.
IIENEY GLOATS AT
(Continued from page one)
I Admission 10 cents
iz : 'i j- ..ii, j n Hi1;: " mLuxjiiiuiiss
Following the genera'ly H'iept:d
plan of management fit present day
large hotels P. A. Fc.Vy, proprietor
of the Foley hotel is installing what
will without doubt iiv on of tlu
highest grado grills to K lonn.l in the
Northwest outside of the larger cit
ies. Lately returning- from a trip of
several days in Portland where fu
made a close examination of all the
grills, Mr. Foley announced that he
vould Install In La Grande a grill
which, according to the plans and
specifications, will do credit to any
town of fifteen or twaity thousand
Ms chef and steward were both ob
tained in Portland and are now In La
Grande ready for work. It Is Intended
i to change the interior of th? dining
The furniture, which is entirely mis
sion, Is due to arrive today. Special
chandeliers of the mission type will
be put in and as soon as possible the
wo'ls will carry the mission casing.
making the entire Interior very beau'
tlful under the subdued lighting ef
feet which Is also incorporated in the
Besides carrying all '. edibles prw
v'dpd by the loral market Mr. Foley
13 arranging to have regular service
on certain delicacies not obtainable
o-dinarlly In the markets of the smal
Grill Opens Sunday Mgh.
Sunday evening the new grill will
c '.hrowr c.::. to the nvb- and
thinking persons as well. Let, th?
very conditions that produced these
miscarri(ige8 of Justices were the In
struments that worked toward pv
The prosecution of the rich law
ireakets, while they failed in thelv
iinmeHte purposeto Bend the rich
and 4iov:rful criminals to the peni
tentiary -were wholly successful In
their ultimate numose to exDOsa -re
:tusps behind the corruption of pi o-
Iic officers, the solicitude of courts
for criminal corporations, to demon
st:ii"- tr. the people the necessltv o!
i titrnliing their own' government.
Ruef now says that he would not
have tfen convicted of bribery had
.Mi Heney not been shot In court
iltirli.t lire trial. This may be par Jly
ti.ie. Ihough it is certain that tS
rbiliiy and pabrlotism of the pre-inl.
vernor of California was largely the
cause., if the Bhootlng worked tov;ir
Oiln'rinlatrntinn nt Inatlr.n limn
hr wnlTpriniZ' and Inlnvv It ninl' i
uii r..e Ptid mine were worth whilv As '
a rrlnio it was more tolerant but i. r ;
so datig-erouB to to society as othci- i
times that were committed during the ;
course of the' prosecutions. j
Jury tampering, bribery of witnes
ses, control of courts by private In-1
t Frost s theaa strlkn nt tho fminrwi. I
tlons of Am -:r lean institutions. The
open shooting worked a Quick but
temporary awakening of the public
mind. The exposure of these other
secret crimes, committed by exceed
ingly clever and adroit crimina!s,
worked toward a gradual but perman
There are many honest citizen 6r
California today supporting the ner
progressive administration who opr
enly opposed th; work of graft pro
gressive p.m'nistrrt'ort who 'openV?
opposed the work of the graft pros -cutlons.
These persons dc not real
ize tint their present mental ami
tnoval attitude toward the adminis
tration of public affairs is In larja
'srge m. asure !"e to what hcy saw
and came to understand during the
course of the graft prosecutions.
That ia the point. Ruef goes tc
Jail. It is right and Just that. , he
should go. But that fact in itself is
not . the real triumph of the right.
if uef will hare been sent to Jail by 1 he
court that freed Schmltz on a flimsy
technicality and thereby freed Uuef
from the penalty of imprisol :aent for
a crime to which he had pleaded
HITTER , HEADS ELKS.
Local Photographer Becomes Exilti d
Ruler at Annual Elwflorr
H. J. Rltter is today exalleJ Rjilti
elect of the local lodgo of Elks, fal
lowing the election last nluht. OM)cr
offlcEirs are: T. J. Scroti, Esteemed
Leading Knight; Lute Dunn, Loyal
Knight; M. B. Donahv.o. Lecturing
Knight; H. E. Coolldge, tooretary; A
T. Hill treasurer; Frank Br iwn Ty
ler; W. B. Sargoant trusteo for three
years and Arthur Curtl33, trMste for
one year. Retiring Exalted Ruler, Dr.
G. L. Blggers was delated repres
entative to the grpnde at At
lantic City and II. E. Co)lid4e named
Contains no Hog Fat. Z
It is pure and whole- I
, It is economical. Why? f
f Because you use one- I
I third less than Lard or I
4 lb Pails 75c
i 10 lb Pails $1.50
I Pattison Bros. ;i
Use, either phone I
We Can SAVE You 20
Per Cent on