t-'. i' LAQRANDE OBSERVER, ; THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1911 cOLREEESSPEC31 - . - , . ' . - v - l.-.'v ,4;,)-,., ,,. 'A ... . v t "I i .'I. I T costs $1,000 sometimes for pository for, money than a Hand a Ilady recently to learn this" bit-Tr ter lesson .. , " ; ..f'lfl'enferprsflgcrrylar who was aware of her foolish distrust of banks watched his opportunity i and the money was gone. The savings of almost - a ifefote were lost merely because of-ffce fool ; ; 5 sft few Aaf he hanfc woud break. Think of the : r millions and millions of dollars In banks every day and night and the loss by the breaking of a " bank is not 'one dollar In a hundred millions. J -. : J ' DOJVT m TO BE YOUR OWN RANKFR. MAY REGRET.IT. 'n ;r.n vmi GRA N D E, OREGON ; i i 1 1 J ' unninii ni urn ' DISKED , KTHODS WHEREBY INSTITUTION ' COULD BE REALIZED. sanations by Ctfy of Site aW a Small Tax Uij Only Requirements, Procedure necessary to acquire ac wss to Andrew Carnegie's exchequer A tue building of a public library i lefng discussed by local adherents of . Ae.get-a-llbTary ranks. In a quiet - , irt of way th promoters have been ' Jfscusslng the proposition pro and con - " - d have about reached the focus of - Sbefr study with the result that 'It vis .... , .bw known about'tb what extent x- , jirfitiires nuiBt bp'made if the great , ' JSr e?ded adjunct to the city's neces ry equipment, shall be , realized. Jrw'rred to action by the elgnal suc cess of the Union Indies, La Grand? - Ko'pte are looking abctnt for ft manna Jo.ittijulre a Carnegie library without ' (xceftslve burden, or practically any t' at all. There are several ways open hat one plausible method In fnr 1-eciry to donate Its propert.cornpr Mterth and Pennsylvania for library aurnorBesi and the Cnrnpgle library find nlao requires that the city council lir a small tax to raise the malnten- niice money, suy $1,000 yearly, m-evW feMS,, Thft tax levy i required but In ridontats and a part of the general tiathtenance can be gleaned from us-re-of books who, Ufcela'drjii In many wwns, could pay a small fee-say a .dalTar. for one year's Tights to!' use f books. In thls way the'odds1 and . mtjMutL. part of the malntsnance projwr could te"" relraburted to the v - ., It. la believed that MrCarnegie will iflpplyt the needed funds to build the : ; rtnicture, when he is apprised 6f the i . , , Ifnttin Gio case. The construction of , jj- (- r mrary without a cent of expense to ucuranae people epuid be thus attaln-fc-tB city donate te site -and Mf. nM-iregie ouua me structure. , 1110 rank' r ,,brary boosters are i I '.fWwft't &Uy nd It seems positive eue nor in levying me email tax for the maintenance. The rest would ap parently be a matter of detail and time only. .' 1 i;i "The urgent need of a library Is self evident and needs no elucidation but the best way to attain the desired end Is what Is light now 'before, the pub lic," asserted one prominent factor In the library campaign today, and he voices the sentiment of the public In general. ID MEET HERE EASTERN OREGON LEAGCE DI RECTORS CALLED. Protested (Janie Anions the Matters to Be Considered. . r'Vi.Viv; JBaf slepa to bring about th trpitmi r try necefsary conditions will be W pltal badly Injured but may live. t boo. The public opInon ;expresseV dead, wprkmen; ar .W, Parrlsh, ' - from m&nr souroea is thnf v.a .vnn'i .- ... . . ,7 w ' . . -mv ..is ivuuvil For the first time since the Eastern Oregon league has been-set in motion there will: be a meeting of .the direc tors of these fonr cluba.., This, meet ing has been called for Friday at 2:30 O'clock ."when the four men will meot with the "president of the club In this city to discuss Important routine mat ters and also to act on the appealed game of last Sunday, protested by El gin. . . ,. ' .., - ' This will be the first time these di rectors have been together, for they were elected by the meeting of mana gers In Baker Jast spring. Dr. J. C. imce wine uo, orande director in the club. ' J. L. Hlndmah will ronrostont 'na'lro- knd'Thbnias Brasier. of Union U the IJnlon director," ' . Ul GHMDE WILLjTWO USES IRE '"CELEB'liflTE - ! ADFCIDEO." ' . . " J ''''nl..;-t. xatal dit to have old fash- I ' 'iOJiib OBSERVANCE HERE. - " ' Hip, Dip Hurrah Tme lVlth Lots of FlreeraeLers.. j jDG? 4X0WLES I TIIELD BY THE Judical Amendment Has Bearing on r . . - . On Case. ' "r'- The supreme cpftrt of Oregon Las and In each the lower court t'as been Yes, Jtjls to be a greasy pig and a greasyolxelebrat'lon ,wltj uckaroo contest attachments carrying a side-! mt. . "wu ucai was uec l Ifid ! AT ' fw ntUM Alrt tw Irvfa r9 liinMn 19 I 7 - t r f 7;55Z v V : ? .Cochmn were attorneys toy baloons galore Tha s .what La JJ andenator Oliver rel ario-VPheldt- p.cw of Brown vs. Truax sldfwhere B aouf ?48 as in79Ivod ?n a aecioea ror Brown. Grffnde Is sroln to do on the Fourth of July H Jtha&sen't plans pt a nymber of the business people carry; arid in dications ar,e. yery , strong they wliL , It Is argued that severaf years lave elapsed ' since the good old bird .Has had her tall feathers plucked in col onial 'style, and Just to show fce re mainder of the country that patriot Ism ' hat not reached. : a stagnation stage, and that the, young urchin ofj La Grande has not forgotten how to; louch off a cannon cracker. It is con-! sidered the year nineteen hundred and eleven is the proper time to get in the ganie In real earnest Fun, why there will foe nothing to It but fun and waving the star span gled banner. La Grande la going to hav the celebration of her life the kind that brine bnoV th mmntnfc ' Bunker hill; that causes one to re member the- continental congress and th stirring words of Patrick Henry. Wallowa and Baker counties want to send their (best riders for the buck aroo contest and according to local men they will get a'cMon, for the hilla of Union county still hold a few of t n.Oi nntf a yv a. . norse ioo .statements or errors are made, the .elS !S n 8Ut' brief and to the point and doe,i not gested and. the buslnes .men may j enumerate or even mention such a n h?r 'J gm8, , ,BdIir0f h thing as an error in the trial court, other prom nent citizens into service Effect of Amendment, to make ew speeches and read the According to the views of many ever respected declaration of indpend- learn,Ed ffien the people were anxloua ,.': t. . . ' '4, I to Put an end to long drawn out litl- ,. is a sure go ; eation and tha mnroa tv. ... w 'vmw i w Vii7 OU resented Mr. Truax. : t. ' Jndicfal Amendment Enters. In' the case of Jos. 31 Wills vs. the Palmer Lumber comnanv for alleeed damages-? to th - extent, pf 1,20 through injury, to pne hand, the su" of tji lower court; Btatjngr briefly in asmuch as there' va. some evidence tp support the yerdlct tha higher court sustained the verdict of the lower, j iji nieans hat errors in trials wtll nd longer have" weight with the su preme court when there is revEIance to support the verdict of a lower, tri bunal, and this follows from the Ju dicial amendment adopted by the peo ple last fall. Heretofore It had been possible to carry , up a case when errors had been -committed in trial and at least have the case remanded back for trial on account of such er rors. But the people put aji end to that when they 'instructed the su preme court that errors were not to be considered wbea evidence support ed the verdict of the lower court. In stead of a lnethy opinion now rela- i tive to a case carried uo In which $0 H. Pv 5-Passeiig9r Touring Car : - ISy used; Excellent car. EASY' TERMS TO RONSIbCe PARTY Aay'g Portland Telegram. ; ' N . . .- ,-,-. i -i ,' There was a contest over only one . -1 : . i ' . office, that of warden, which was set tled on the ilrst ballot, Mrs. Charlotte. Woodman of Portland being the as- . Baker to Attend Horse Show. Baker 'has been invited to take an active part in the horae. show that will be. held ftt Union next month, says the Bakei' Herald. - An Invitation has been sent to the sembly'a choice'. :Other' offleera elected Commercial club to have a Baker dav .were: -Vice president, Miss May ndthat"Uiis''cltr-Hend.e delegatlonr Greer, Hlllsboro; secretary; Mrs, Ora inre lo WK Parr m ine evenl- Tna n tv 1'j 1 ! ,r : day will be turned over to Baker peo Cosper, Dallas, and treasurer. Misa : . l ' : i- , Pe ana very eaon win ds maae to Edna Jacobs, Coryajlls. The secre- miAf the occasion worthy of the city tary and treasurer were re-elected. after which" it Is named. The newly-chosen "officers will be ThO horse show will be held ; on JnatoiiLi .inmnrmm .mm.. k. f. I w V t and $ nd Baker has the Addie.M. Grout. th reUring presl-iChCe offtne da "j1- t0 des!f' w CM1,U8 vrvBl inate as its own. The Union people dent, and a corns of past presidents. Bre not going to wait for Bfier to Mrs.. Templeton Mrs. 'Roadruck and i visit them, however, , for , th mer- Mrs. Burch were named as assembly j chanta there expect to make this city year.,, airs. Lizilo Hall, of Oregon city, was added to the assembly rep resentatives on the board of trustees of the Odd Fellows' home, the hold over'members being Mrs. Galloway, of McMInnville, and Mrs. Tomlinsori, of Portland.-' ' ' weeas, coming over in automooua lnr a tody: v ';,'' -. " :.;"':, Th matter of going to Union and the reception for the guests from that pity will be taken up at the meeting of the Commercial club. -. . '. Mrs.' Grout of La Grande is the re tiring president.' ".' " BIOGRAPHIES IN PRINT seems certain from the tone of senti ment on the streets today, and every- Hill t liMHHW Eagle Valley,! I (Continued from Page 7.) roonvmates at college. "While of op- preme cout as . alreadv sfatprt Rut r a-rmvi ow uav wa. O f tfta oama tlwtA mam V 11 1. a . naUn nrvlUtM fl T ' ' a. mi rtu a it 'i j . - v time ouuiu uoiieve ic pui (" inmwvB,. oruwn says, "iney en- SL7l ' ? m US Cf1 the attorney who makes many errors : ted into a boyish pact to meet again shooting off a big one th s year that on a Dar wIth th. fttfnrnAV whn , '!n aft6r ,Iffl , mJPM. . not. This is not applicable to the case j - Benito Legarda, one -of the Phil Ip mentloned but applies to legal work Pine commissioners, was formerly one as a wnoie. HONEY ''.''- - :. 1 will resound from Snake fiver to Uraa tllla and from Sumpter to Imnaha. Events VPtll Not Conflict There is little danger of conflicting with the program of the chautauaua association, although the dates of thai REBEKAHS ELECT OFFICERS. meet'nz cover the Fourth of Julv. Tim' ' V ! Rpeakers of the chautauoua will hUa. ! Mrs Grou' Retires as President of the ly be dated for the evening session, which will give the tremendous crowd m La Grande on that day a chance fo celebrate the Fourth, and attend th Oregon Assembly tit, Portland. of Agulnaldo's rebel cabinet at iMalo- vAliA UttJN 1A los and-vice president of the Phllln- I - OlxtAlJNliD I X. t i t m plna congress. , ' ...., ', I HONEY I J. Kuhlo Kalanlanole, the Hawaiian! '. , t', . .. t delegate, is the only member of the I "mt ""laSS JarS.S 35 X I house who has the nerve to stvle him-! t Half Gal. Tins .90 i seir a "capitalist. " He is likewise, ' ' One Gal. Ting . 1.50 the only member of a royal family in :! ' 20c a cake, 3 for 50c. X Made en firel v'hv Vipps X from flowers, producing ine nnest navor. ; By acclamation Miss Belle BeIcher..-thA Yintinnnl k, A ' ' ; n 0-'"'- a .' Of Lafavette. on of tha mint nmU'i. iv..'i.i. -,r.... . . ' 4. . I . ' . r rv-, , am. iu mo iaio jving; jaiaKaua and c lectures in th? evening.. Those who nent workers of tha 0m.n. 1 T ...,-I.. ' ..u'uit u . , - - , . t "p-r" iutoi juiiiuwnuiuuiai. ot Hawaii. JtanfTffirj; i 8e!vn I ar' t0 th6 0dd Fe,,W di83 f i Three Jn members of coiT cnance to conflict, and on the otvA. ffnn '..nun .o.. i. -Ti. v . v.woCl. t 0C1.0 a iuroiucui.ifres3 jacKsoRor Kansas, Lafferty of of the Rebekah assembly, foe. the en-! Oregon, and LaFollette, of Washing suing: year at this morning's session tpn,I describe themselves as "progres- uiiuo ouuuiii convention: says yesrer- sive reDubllcans.'' For Sale by timiit-e io connici, ana on tne ot,-r hand believe tnnt one w!U aid the other "' '-' ' J';. ', '. ; Pattison Bros, i Phone Black 81. 1 The largest of pjin.Mwy; ' j Ijiiiij1..! ll i.mm,''''' ''' '' , 1 ' ' ' - ''''' ' ' "' " ' ' ''' ' ' ." . ' ' ' V LAXD SLIDE SEAR PORTLAND. Tito of Dead Recorered and Workmen ;V'f Search for Horn , t Portland, May 18. With two' bodies recovered, workmen today began dig ging for two more bodies of men who were caught In the land slide on the railway 25 miles east of Portland Four men are In the Good Samaritan hospl The D. from many .sources Is that the council lltint, -Ed Togaasen and. William Stran would nethef hesMatsniaaUiijtli.iey, ' ' " ' I ! that has ever been shown on tKe criasH Haddad Bros, wu MENMf .'-..T:.T-.- ... A! ' C I .i f' ! . a complete line ofieAtal.Sfe cordially invite your inspection. i '., i ARE HERE MAY 19, 1911 " - ' l"'''l'.".fre..;... . v ' '" ;'7.