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LA GUAM); EVENING OBiSKUVEU,
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911.
April 11, 12 and IS.
The Reformation of the Suffra
gette .......... ... Gaumont
SPECIAL. It is worth your
time to see how this can be ac
complished. United States sen
ators'please take notice.
.The Disreputable Mr. Raegan
- . .'. ... . .V. ....... ... . . . Edison
Thrilling. An episode that oc-
curs many .times but seldom no.
ticed with such good results.
The Widow Visits Sprlngtown.
. ... . . Vltagraph
The merry, .widow isn't in it
with this one. She wears a wig
but just see how she wins out."
It is to laugh. , .. ,
Illustrated Sons "My Sun Don-
, ; ;', net Sue." , '
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1 Matinets .v.Miss Nellie Garrlck
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Evenings... .Mr. George Birnle
.'i This store has made special
preparations for a large Easter
business. We are- showing every
thing that's new in men's fash
ionable attire. Each department
is repletewlth the most, wanted
. Styles and our exhibit of ..
Adler's Collegian ;
surpasses any line ever shownj
in this city.
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" There'! , a . thousand and one
reasons why you should wear
Collegian Clothes. They're Un
like Any Other Ready Made (Bar
meats. ; Young men who form
erly had their clothes made to
order, and who are now wear
IngAdlei's Collegian Clothes, are
. better satisfied and are paving
..' less than ball. ' Ask any man
who has worn these garments.
We are showing hundreds of
styles In the very newest fab
ricslight,' dark, and medium.
We guarantee a perfect fit be
fore a suit leaves this store, and
make no extra charge for alter
ations. Let Us Show Ton a Salt
for Easter prices range from
$15.00 to 30.00.
clothiers: o furnishers
$-OOOX0 0000$ I ' Ceorge- E- Shields, of Manhattan.
j Kansas, is looking over the valley to-
P I III; I I .V O
For sewer pipe call Fowler's Trans
fer office. .1 ' . . .
Anyone wishing horses
come to Kertly barn.
Buy your fishing: tackle at Bchnen
kamp and company, ' 4-10-tf
Have you seen those beautiful new
art rugs at Bohneakamp & Co.?
' " 4-10-tf .
. ,.' Cake Sale. '
The .Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church will hold a cake
and pastry sale Saturday, April 15,
from 2 to 5 o'clock at Bohnenkamp's
hardware store. J 4-12r3t
- -Hand Embroidery. '
Done at 1514 Alder. Call and see
: Two Kew Homes. ,;
two nice new cottages in La Grande
which will be for rent at once. : 4-11-tf
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:-; fEKSOXALS. A-- A
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H, O, Swain of Spokane Is a guest
at the Sommer today, ; . .
W. V. Saygre of Portland Is a Bom
tner hotel guest. .
MIbs Jennie Grsgory, of Seattle, was
a guest at the Foley last evening.
John F. Kellum of Baker was regis
tered at the Savoy last night. '
Mrs. J, D.! Maxwell, of Palmer Junc
tion, was a Savoy guest today.
E. Butner of Pendleton,' an O.-W.
employe, is at the Sommer today. ;
G. B. Mann, of St. Paul, selling
hardware, is at the Sommer today.
Mra. J. S. Honck and Miss Sadie
Houck stopped at-, the Sommer last
MIbs Hazel Theisen , is home from
Portland where she has be'.n spending
the winter attending school.
George Chandler, the cattle buyer,
Is home from a business trip to Port
land."''. -. v ', t .
George E. Eratton, of Goldflild, Ne
vada, Ja a gueBt at the Savoy hotel, to
day. --'. - '.r:-' ',.''.,
J. M. Hagey ; was in om Starkey
last night, He- was quartered at the
Savoy. .. . i, ' :'
Elmer'Moran and Charles L.'Wash
burn of Pendleton, are guest of the
' L. L. Thomas of Detroit, arrived in
La Grande last tvenlng and is stop
ping at the Foley hotel. , . ,
H. M. RIeff, the Pacific Biscuit com
pany agent, with headquarters at Ba
ker was at the , Sommer last night. "
Mrs. A.' B. Hall ct Rosswell, Idaho,
is at the Sommer while transacting
business here. ,
F. F. Welshire of Telocaset was in
the city last night and stopped at the
Sommer. ,; . . , , ..
I. F. Hart of Pleasanton, Neb 1s at
the Sommer and is looking for a loca
tion in this section. .He prefers im
Improved land. : ;
; Helen Sterling, of Waterloo, Iowa,
passed through the city last night en
route to Joseph and stopped at the
Sommer while here.
Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Moore and fam
ily will make their future home In
Milton, arrangements for moving their
household goods having been made.
Mrs. Dan Sommer and Mrs. H. G.
Masterson of , Elgin were guests at
the Sommer last evening while visit
Ing friends In the city.
' Mrs. George H. Currey is today in a
satisfactory condition following an op
eration at the Grande Ronde hospital
by Doctor Molltor yesterday.' Her con
dltion is still critical and not without
danger of relapse. . ?
General Manager J. P. O'Brien, As
sistant General Manager J.. D, Stack.
Superintendent William Bollons, Sup
erintendent of Car Service J. Meyers
and Superintendent of Motive Power
J. F. Graham constitute the O.-W. off!
clals who returned last night from Jo
seph and went on east today on a tour
of Inspection, In private cart 0 and 02.
G. H. North, a hat man of Seattle,
F. E. Ramsey, the Portland candy man,
R. .A. Woodburn, the American Steel
and Wire representative of Portland,
E. A. Pay ton of Portland, who is call
ing on the Bolton it Bodmer concern,
Chas. A. Hoffa millinery represents
tive from Portland, B. Burnett of Port
land, and Claude Bloom of Portland
were Sommer hotel guests last night
Mr. and Mrs.. David Brlchoux left
last night for Portland . where they
will spend several days on business
Miss , Rachel Turner, stenographer
at the Williamson land office, went
to Pendleton this morning and will
visit friends a few days before return
ing to resume her work here.
E. M. Brown of New York, T. N.
Biddle of Philadelphia, A. M. Roff of
Seattle, L. C. Ross of New York and
J. C. Mann of SanFrancisco are among
the Foley hotel guests today.
Billy Vogel was over from Unn
last evening boosting as usual for his
town and the horse show that is to be
held there on June 1st. Billy says H
1b to be the best ever this year and
there Is reason to believe that his con
clusions are correct He was quar
tered at the Foley last night
Gerald Moore left this morning for
Milton Oregon," where hs- goes to Join
his father, E. C. Moor who has charge
ct the Milton railroad station. The
family will leave . Saturday for their
new home. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. French
have rented the Moore nome on vouriii
street' . .
D. L. AikenB and wife and daugh
ter, Miss Grace, arrived this morning
from Stillwater, Oklahoma, and will
probably locate- In either this or the
Wallowa valley. Mr. , Alkins took a
thorough look at this section, of Ore
gon last fall and his return indicates
the impression received then. A suc
cessful farmer and prominent in the
business and social lif;. of Oklahoma,
having served as a member of the
board, of agriculture and Just retiring
from the position of "grand master of
the Stillwater lodge of I. a O. F., he is
of the class of citizenship that Oregon
welcomes. ' -
;1 Snydam (1osia; Out.'
C. E. Suydamis closing out hfs en
tire stock of new ; and s:cond hand
goods, at public auction. , v 4-lC-tf
All Wool . i
TO GiVE SATIS
, The. production of such desirable clothing as this which bears the Campus label,
is a notable clothes-making triumph, of recent years. We feel we are fortunate
in having it to sell to you it is one make which you can buy without running
any risk whatever. It must wear satisfactorily we say so and the- CA1IPU3
BRAND LABEL IS THE MAKERS' GUARANTEE, and back us up in making
a generous guarantee to that effect.
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I TKC MAKCNV SUARANTSS.
' IN CAMPUS CLOTHING YOU GET A RARE
COMBINATION OP QUALITY AND
It is high grade clothing in every sense of the '
word; the workmanship .measures up to the '
iiiflfitARf. Rr.andard. in - America Jtodavi-undsr Itha J
CAMPUS make, -this first clajss standard in the l
making of suits is maintained no matter jvhat
the selling price of the suit, the different prices
always depend upon the grade of materials used -in
the suits. . So you can always pick out a CAM
PU3 SUIT from $10.00 to $22.50.:;;;;; v" ;:1.
You ought to have your new CAMPUS SUIT
for wear on Easter Sunday and you can if you'll
come in at once and make your selection. -We
are showing all the newest weaves and colors in
styles to please young men and older men. If
you just want "to come in and look" you'll be4
perfectly welcome, too . ::':'"H:--yC:-
WANTED Light ' housework ' with
good familx; dependable girl. In
quire at Observer or phone Ind. 1328.
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OLD TIME SEWSPAPER MAS HERE
Gerald Vols, of Wichita, Kansas, Is
Seeing the Country.
One of the old fashioned newspaper
men of Kansas, Gerald Volk, arrived
in the city this morning on his way
to Wallowa county to see the countryv
He is a pioneer in the business and
seldom did- a state association meet in
Kansas for many years when Gerald
Volk was not in attendance. - Lately he
has been located at Forest Grove,
SEW BAKERY OPESS SATURDAY
"The Model" Will Sen e the Peojile In
- the Future.
'Today C. H. Lenhart, of the Model
Bakery, announced to the Evening Ob
server that Saturday will be the open
ing day for the new institution. Mr.
Lenhart has1 associated with him Dell
Jackson, one of the popular young
men of .La Grande, and the two know
the bakery business from start to fin
ish. They have leased the room next
door to-the Royal .Grocery and, are
having it fitted up in the most mod
ern manner. - On Saturday morning
their line of bakery goods will be open
to the public and they' contemplate- a
nice business here, because of their fa
miliarly with the work and their de
sire to serve the- public in the most
j Prices Less
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK eggs at
$1.50 per setting. Hy PoBselt, Phone
Black 932, Frultdale. 4-l-6t
FOR SALE A top buggy Just newly
painted. A' snap If taken at once.
. Inquire at Fisher's paint shop or
phone Pleasant View Farm 57-4-lltf
FOR SALE Good water barrels. Dutll
'; bakery. ' "" 4-10-tf
"WrHtea SaYetCaa Caderstaad It
300 Pictures Every
400 Articles -
250 Pages Month
A wonderful tory of the Procreeaof this Mccliaic
L leal Ae. IiiMructiva, but more f mciniting lhaa
Gt action. A magazine lor Bankers, Uw-rort,
wyerf.Teachen, Farmer. Bunlnesi Men, Man
ufacturer. Mechanics. HailiUOiUOreadert every
month. Interest everybody. When yon sec on
you understand why. Ask. the man who read it.
Your newsdealer will show you one; or writ th
publisher for a free ssmpl copy.
Fhc "Shop Notes" Dept. 2?
things How to makt repairs, and arUcics for
borne and shop, etc.
'Amnlenr Mechanics" g'ftS:
fumtture, wirelrss, boata, engine, magic, and all
lb things boy loves.
$1 SO pit ftor. tinglt eoplt$ 18 emti
ASK. YOUR NEWSDEALER Or Addrss
fOPULAR MECHANICS MACAZINS
223 W-kstos Su CUosm
FOR SALETwo good homestead re
linquishments in Wallowa county.
Inquire of D. Birchoux. 1
FOR 4 RENT Housekc epln g rooms.
Close in. On ground floor. Inquire
1417 Wash, avenue. - Phone Red
752. ' ": 4-5-tf
FOR RENT FurniBhed rooms. Mrs.
Roy Rynerson, phone Black 1462.
1620 Sixth street , , . 4-2-tf
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT In
, quire Mrs. Harding, 1910 Cedar, Tel-
MAN WANTED White man wanted
for general work. $50 a month and
room. : Apply at Obsemr office.
rooms, close to
Must be modern,
preferred. . Write
of six or seven
one with barn
to i Box C, La
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W8 Adam's Avt -LA
WANTED To trade One good resi
dence lot on 10th street near Adams
avenue for good lumber. Inquire
1502 N avenue or see F, G. Schllke.
FOR SALE Second hand cook stove.
Eight foot extension dining room ta
ble. Inquire at 1411 S. avenue, or
Snowflake Bakery. - 4-ll-6t
FOR RENT House partly furnished
and two acres of land; 24 bearing
fruit trees and small fruit Inside
city limits. Apply st Observer.
FOR SALE Household furniture. In
quire Mrs. F. W. Pattison, 704 Main
street. . 4-13-Gth
(Formerly the Royal)
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY.
Believing La Grande people
want the very best bakery goods
I that expert bakers can manufac
ture the Model will always be
ready to serve a full line of
bread, cakes, pies genuine rye 1
j vavu, a uiuaiiit'sV,, CltV J
UndAr mnnoffomnnr n t
g-wsavUl. V V Vt J
Lenhart the well known biker, J
Th home of Fancy German
nOT CROSS BOS.
Next door to Royal Grocery.
11 . Agency for r
I Wright Drug Go.
fl ; Fresh Supply
lust In f
Imp; Swiss -Cream
H. Pattison, Prop.
: Not In the Association