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LA GRAOTfi EVENING OBSEKVEB,
v FRIDAY, MAY 19, 101L
BRUCE DEN Nif
Editor and Owner. . -f.
Eitered t the postoffice at La Grande
as second-class matter. ' ' ,'"
engineer? ' .
Better find out. It means a great
deal to be in possession of this knowl
edge. " ;
Daily, single ,eopjr
Dally, per week,
Dally, per month..
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Do you know La Grande is spending
close to $100,000 a year for improve
x; . CELEBRATE! . f .
Why not? ' " ' V y .
La Grande is the big town of Eastern
Oregon. She is making truthful claims
regarding business ; importance, then
why not let the "animals loose" as it
were this Fourth of July and show to
all the outside country a strain of pat
riotism that has been displayed for
many years. , '. . . .
Every canyon and every mountain
sidle, will contribute " people to "the
rieht kind of a celebration. ; There
will be mountaineers here who possib
ly only come on the natal day and to
; attend Barnum's circus. We want
' those old fellows Just the same, as we
t want the elite from Elgin and Union,
' Do you know thero is a heavy, re- Tney are our people a part of Union
sponslbility to the people who are put- I county tnat . must be reckoned with
ing up this money, and the only per-.j an(J a part (hat fa always welcome in
sons standing Between tne people ana t3 nran(ie
permanent loss are those employed to
Inspect the public work? , , ,
Who are these inspectors and what
Besides making it a big day for
this city a good Fourth of July cele
bration has the effect of inspiring the
size bond do they give; to the city for j TonngStier, making him think of his
faithful performance of their duty?
Who passes upon their qualifications
and abjlity to inspect this work?
You property .owners who re pay
ing the Mils should be ' thoroughly
posted upon the qualifications of your
inspectors. Remember, they; get the
last shot at your pocketbook for their
O. K. sometimes means many annual
tmvmeiits of taxpayers for inferior
wort i 'j ''.V I .
Responsibility has been fixed on the
Second 'street pipe line, and it is found
that everything points toward the in
spector's laxity or carelessness.
Councilman as a rule, know nothing
about public work and where it can
be slighted. If they did they do not
forefathers and the. troubles this na
tion encountered in its early history.
Yes.-let's .have a good old rousing
time and hear once jnore the story of
the "Cattle with the Golden Horns." '
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ft remains a-matter "of fact that
'Standard OH is the most dangerous
trust of the bunch. ' The others may
- ..-. . . .-. . , .
I need jiuiusuiuK. tuiu pivotal tuu, uui
get Standard Oil dissolved i and the
country will have a much better chance
with the others.
flWaH until Judge Knowles gets to
pronounce sentence on the thug who
assaulted an old soldier. s There may
have the, time to, watch a. Job through.-Jte.a ; feeling of, satisfaction , trickle
Therefore it is up to tne inspecror -uuwu m-e sume m cCijr yciouji
first, last and all the time. - ,-,
How many taxpayers in La Grande
know who the inspectors of 'public
work are? .
How Jnany know the duties of. a'cttj
i iii nfti i" i1 -
Bought at a tsacrifice'dire'etfroma
man s sa
1 1 ft BP
NO TWO OF THESE r DRE3S
Cow Boys Adventure Cowboys,
Indians, and good riding. '
"Coco" This amusing picture
gives the antics of a pet mon
key .j He investigates a phono
graph to discover where , the
voice, comes from, "uses the re
volving record as a merry-go
round. He cuts up other capers.
The Sword and the Cross Rep
resenting the trials and suffer
ings of the Christians of the ear
ly days. ,
Breakers In the Clouds A tri
umph of art and photographers'
His Friend, the Burglar Con
cerning the difficulties some
men have in getting away from
their wives. Plenty 6 good
laughs concealed in this pic ture.
Song by Mr. Cowan, "Think r
Doors open nt 7:13. Matinee
every duy. 2 to 4.
when he reads the court sentence.
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'' Governor Wilson may learn some
thing from Mr, U'Ren and he should
makit a ; longer stay. ' Others have
learned, an4 why pot ,tha learned gov
ernor?'' ' ' " ' ' .
i. ; One. man municipal rule is the best
rule obtalnabfe, ''if the people could
get the right man. ! Is it worth a try?
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Nature is doing her part for this
valley. Are you doing ypurs? v , .
HIS DATE IX HIST0KY.
May 19. ' ' "
1S3A Anne Boleyn, second queen of
" Henry VIII, beheaded. Born In
- - 1501.-
1690 Phips and his squadronarrived
off Port Royal.
1731 Verendre set out to explore the
far west, and visited Manitoba.
1766 Repeal of the stamp act cele-
' brated in Boston. -1780
The "Dark Day" created wonder
and astoalshment throughout
New England. Candles were
needed at noonday.
3S02 Leglotr of Honor Institution by
Napoleon Bonaparte when First
1S63 Nathaniel Hr.wthorne, famous
novelist, died ai Plymouth. N. H.
Born in Salem, ''Mass , July 4,
1 SOS William K- Gladstone, famous
English 8fatfor.ian, died. Boni
' Dec. 29, ISO'
10o0 Babiiel Duniont, Rlel's chief,
lieutenant in the northwest re-
$20 and $25 Silk Dresses
.' mad? of both messaline" pnd 50ft taf
fetas in many pleasing e. ;ds of blue,
brown, gray, etc. Also Ir'.pes and
checks in the newest design ' Most of
' this lot are .with low necks and the pop
ular peasant 'sleeves special price only
...... j ...,$13.50
Other Silk and Wool spring Dresses
from $10.50 to ; ' -.:. :.$30;00;
MARQUISETTE AND FANCY LAWN
DRESSES, worth from $15.00 to $30.00
Special Priced $9 to $1 9 50
Heavily embroidered in - the nevr; tTgJi"4
shades, in Bulgarian effects with" both
long sleeves . and peasant or kimona
style sleeves. Many of them trimmed .
in crochet knots and buttons; , sample '
line prices $900 to $19.50. ! . Wash dres
ses' of every description". Prices $3.59
to $12.50, r'.'; ..:.'.
Wboltex Suits ... Keiser Neckwear Black Gat Hosiery
VISIT HI TR FXri I IS! VR MI lLIN EiRY
Sole agents for Gage-Bros Pattern Hats
THE QUALITY STORE
bel'u i of 1S8S, died ut aBtr.cIie.
1910-The privy council of Japan
'1 adopted a .convention for' the
pro:f':t'.oii of crp: rights.
PLAY HERE SUNDAY.
"THIS IS MY 52XD BIRTIIDAY."
Muddy Field at Union Shifts Game to
La Grande 'ext Sunday.
"' George P. Lawrence
George P. I a wt un e. representative
in congress from the First Massahcu-
setts district, wai born in North Ad
ams, Mass., May 19, 1859. He was edu
cated in Drurp academy from which
he was graduated in 1876, and wa?
graduated from Amherst college in
1880. He studied law at Columbb. uni
versity and was admitted to the Ma3
sachusetts 'bar in 1883. In 1885 he
was appointed a judge of the distric;
court and served on the bench for nine
years. In 1893 he wa3 elected to
the Massachusetts senate on the re
publican ticket, and he was president
of the senate in 1896-7. He retired
from the senate to accept election to
the Fifty-fifth congress in 1S97. . He
is now serving his seventh consecu
tive term in the house of representa
tives and is regarded as one of the
able leaders on the republican Bide.
Escause of the muddy condition of
the field at Unlcn the tnlon-La Grande
ball game scheduled fpr , Union , has
been shifted to the local grounds and
the game will . be played here -next
Sunday aftsrnoon. Union and La
Grande have not yet met - and the
strength of the two teams will be the
subject of interesting study.
t THE FRO PER COURSE.
Information of Prlciless Value to JJv.
ery la Grande Citizen.
LIFE ISN'T WORTH
Old Friends and New
. Winning permanent, lasting friends is the work
of time, and this bank numbers among its clients .
hundreds of banks and business houses with whom v
it has had close relations for a great part of the.
twenty-four years bf its existence. ' .
'Our friends have helped to make this one of the ,"
largest and strongest banks in the West. We have
helped in their making, too.
We welcome new friends and will attend to their -1
wants with the same .fidelity which has cemented
our relations with our older ones.
La Grande National Bank
-. - . : LA GRANDE, OREGON. )
! . CAPITAL ' ; . . $ 100.000.00 e
'i SURPLUS ;V . . 100.000.00 ,
RESOURCES . . . . .1.100,000.00
UNITED .S TA TES DEPOSITORY ' ,;
Fred J. Holmes, Pres. W; J. Church. Vice Pres.
F. L. Meyers, Castoe Earl ZundeMss'f. Cashier
Only Sober Men Wand.
Whi This Sttenent l Mad It May
Cs uftilv Attributed to tho Luck
of Goad Health.
want to talk to people who are
nervous, who suffer frpqueut head
actiff. who don't 'njoy tbtlr food, who
an Irritnlilf. tjulckly lose their temper,
who iin st, exhausted that they feel
they must lv up. and have become so
despondent tbut life doesn't seem worth
Itvluv. ' i
Wsi of the ahove described condi
rloiH are thietly caused by what la
coiumouly eallpd catarrh, a "below
pnr" condition of mucous membranes.
This delicate lining of certain of the
body cavities becones weakeued. In
flamed and i-onj;ested uutil the whole
system is weakeued. mental depression
ensuing na one of the results. The
wise way to overcome this condition
How to act in an emergAcy is
knowledge of inestimable worth, and
this is particularly true of the diseased
and Ills of the human body. ' If you
suffer with backache, urinary disor
ders or any form of kidney trouble, the
advice contained in the following state
ment will add a valuable asset to your
store of knawledge. What could be
more convincing proof of the efficien
cy of Doan's Kidney Pills than the
etat'.ment of La Grande citizens who
have been p?rmanently cured? x
Charles Adams, of Union. Ore., says:
"I hold just as high an opinion ,)f
Doan's Kidney Pills today as I did in
November, 1907, when I publicly rec-:
ommended them. I was annoyed by
attacks of backache and I had othtr'
symptoms of kidney trouble. . About
six years ago I learned of Doan's Kid
ney Pills and procuring a box, J be
gan their use. They helped me. so
greatly that I have always kept a
supply on hand since. Whenever 1
feel that my kidneys are in need of a
tonic, I take Doan's Kidney Pills and
they promptly relieve me.". j'
For sale by all dealers. . Price DO
Cents.1 Fo8ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York; sole agents for the United
States. -:" i '
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Ap. 21 My 10 19 Jun 16 Jul 7 Aug 4.
A SEW IIXE OF FAXCy'hAIR
ORNAMENTS THE TERY LAT.
EST DESIGN IN BARRETTES
AND BANDEAU. HAIR OF
ALL COLOR AND TRICES.
Competition Is too keen and life la j is through a treatment of the general j
too strenuous for an employer Upkeep system. We have the treatment, and
on his pay roll men who are not in we are so positive It will produce the
mmi r nhvaii rendition in nev-! results we clalui f or it that we will
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OUllrl 11 XV uuy vur ttliu lut: uuuvi-
form their duties. : Every line of busl
ness Is closing its doors to "drinking"
men. If you are a drinking man it
may be your time next. Better stop
drinking at once. Orrlne, the standard
remedy for the liquor habit, will aid
you. By the aid of Orrlne thousands of
mien have been restored to lives of so
briety and industry, hence they have
become 'worth more to their employ
ers, and best of all they've made their
loved one happier. .
Orrine is a simple home treatment.
No loss of time from work while you
are' taking It Start today. ,Ypu will
be surprised at the results. We are so
sure that Orrine will benefit you that
we siy to you that if after a trial you
fall to get any benefit from Its use,
we will give your money back.
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
of La Grande, Oregon
standing that we will return to tbeni
every penny paid us In every instance
where the treutment is not in every
way satisfactory and beneficial to
We want you to try Rexnll Mucu
Tone, .which Is a scientifically devised
alterative" tonic and body builder, Its
action being to aid the body, la 1U ef
fort to re-establish the natural and
healthy functions of the mucous mem
branes. ' "V v- i ' . ' )' K"
Rexall Mueu-Tone thus acts tQ w
pel the "catarrhal poison. restore the
mucous cells to good health, tone lip
the whole body, allay. Inflammation,
remove congestion and stimulate the
system to healthy activity:' It Is splen-
did for aiding In the building up of
flesh and muscle tissue and removing
weaknesses. : ...
Come to our store and get a bottle of
Mucu-Tone. and after giving it a rea
sonable trial. If you are not satisfied.
. F. & A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, i F. ft A. M. holds regula, meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to. all
Masons. L. M. HOYT, W. M. '
A. C. WILLIAMS. Secretary. -.
B. P. O. E. La Grande Lodge No.' 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
"o'clock- In Elk's tluV corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
' ' Visiting brothers are -cordially in
vited to attend.
... Iff, V
H. J. RIOTER, Ex.'R-u.
Do you have the Right Kind of Help slmuly tel) U9 s0, aild we wlll han(1
Foley Kidney Pills furnish you, the bnck your mon(,y without question,
right kind of help to neutralize and! surely nothing could be more fair
remove the poisons that cause back
ache, htadache, nervousness, and oth
er kidney and bladder ailments." Mill's
M 4 11 18 25
than this, ttesnll Mucu-Tone comes
lu two Blzes. .V) cents und $1.00. Re
member you can obtain Rexall Reme
dies ouly at our store The Rexall Store
Hills Drug Store.
WOODMEN OF ' Ttfft WORLD La
- Grande Lodge No; 1694W.T
meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
rJ D. 'FITZGERALD', C. C.
' J. H. KEENEY. Qerk. '
M. W. A. La Grande Pamp Np.J703
meets every Monday' tn the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. All Visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
attend. " v ; ' ;
E. E. DANIELS,
ED. HEATH, Clerk.
1 JEBEKAHS Crystal Lodre Noi, M
meets every Tuesday evening In the
I O. O. F, hall.All visiting mem-
. . bers are. invited to attend.
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE, N. O.
, JUS3 ANNA ALEXANDER, Sec r '
ft.iums OF PYTHIAS Red Cross
nignt m castle hall, (old Elk's hall)
A Pythian welcome to kll visiting -M
R. L. LINCOLN M. of R. ft S. '
O. E. S. Hope Chanter No.' 13. O. E.
iG holdn stated communications. the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month. Visitfng members cor-
- dlally InTited. - - - - -
" CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
' MARY A. WARNICK, Sec "
Ronde Circle No. . 47 meets
first an blrd Thursday evr.r'.
In the mo. the I. 0. 0 f uai.
All Tlsltiig t tubers are. iv
CARRIE ROBBS, 0. M.
UZZIE ELLSWORTH, ' Jlvd."