La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, June 28, 1911, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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LA' GRANDE, UNION COUNTY, OREGON. f , WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28, 191t
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- Chatauqua - Hot Weather
SALE ON WASH GOODS.
A very large assortment of choice summer materials
at exactly one half original price. Prices are one
half of these former prices 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c, 20c, 25c,
30c and 40c. . -V.
;r ?l SALE ON SHOES (500 FAIRS.) -
15 bins piled high with seasonable shoes, many less
than half of the original nriV.es; Oome while you get
the choice of these rare bargains. We have them for
men, vmen and children.
SALE ON MILLINERY.
Every trimmed hat in our store is sold less than
wholesale, prices as follows:
$10.00 Hats, on sale
9.00 Hats on sale
8.50 Hats on sale
6.00 Hats on sale
4.50 Hats on sale
4.00 Hats on sale
$4.98
4.48
. 4.25
. 2.98
. 4.25
.1.93
SALE ON MT!TJ H HTTTTQ
Sea window display; grab. these quick.
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i?18.00 suits on sale ..$9.00
16.50 suits on sale- 8.25
15.00 suits on sale 7.50
33.50 suits on sale 6.75
$12.50 suits on sale...$6.25
11.00 suits on sale,- 5.50
10.00 suits on sale..! 4.98
9.00 suits on sale.- 4.48
I SALE ON BOYS' SUITS.
Why let your boy go shabby when you can dress him
m an A No. 1 neat suit at the following reduced prices:-
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5.50 suits on "sale.
5.00 suits on sale.
4.50 suits on sale.
..$2.9a
- 2.75
J 2.48
.-2.25
$4.00 suits on saleZ$2.j(B
3.50 suits on sale.. 1.75
. 3.00 suits on sale...... 1.50
2.50 suits on sale...- 1.25
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H LAWS RULE
THE PARK
many important regulations
must be enforced.
Xone of the Natural Beauties Are
Be Marwd by CaiH lpssness.
to
form to the rules made for the best In
terests of tba property.
STEVENS NEXT CHIEF
SON-IN-LAW OF LOCAL BAKER
1 MAY GET CHIEFTSHIP.
Rules and regulations governing
Mr. Lenlmrt Leaves for Portlund To
night to Attend Funeral.
i Battalion Chief Stevens of the
Portland Fire department, who waB
visiting his father-in-law, C. A.'. Len-
Riverslde park, Intended to make the hart, the proprietor of the Model bat
place a model of amusement and rec-' ry In this city when the explosion
reatlon and still not mar the natural ; killed Chief David Campbell this
beauties of the place have been adopt
ed by the park commission and sum
marized, as follows:
No flower or ahrub shall be picked
In' Riverside park.
Shooting positively forbidden In the
park.
BUNGALOW FOR
BATH HOUSE
JULY EIGHTH SET FOR TAG DAY
TO RAISE MONEY. ,
Believed Structure Can Be Commenced
at Once Plans Complete.
of lockers and dressing, rooms for
men, and on the other similar facilities
for ladles.
Lavatories and all conveniences of
a modern bath house wll lbe provided.
The architecture Is such as to make
It neat In appearance and the general
plan Insures convenience and splendid
facilities in every respect. Everything
will be free to every oe. ;
FIRST "DRESS" - TRlAINING.
B. M. A. to Be Out Tonight With Cart
' ' and Harnesses.
.week, 13 considered Upmost logical
' .candidate for the successor of the late;
Chief Campbell. This news has beenj
brought to La Grande and Mr. Stev
ens' friends here will be highly elated
If the honor falls on him. He. has been
. affiliated with the department at Port-
All garbage and refuse must be put land for some time and attained the
Into receptacles placed in the park rank of battalion chief by splendid
for that purpose.
services to the department. Mr. Len
Writing or carving on trees, bridges J)rt leaves this evening to attend the
"strictly forbidden. Horses must be funeral of the late chief which aviII be
kept on the roadway and not tied to held tomorrow afternoon from the
trees. Elks' club at Portland, of which Mr.
No one is allowed to open or close Campbell was a member.
the water gates or Interfere with tho
splash boards In any way without au
thority from tha park authorities or
Henry Young who has been appolnied
by the park commission to look after
thes things.
Grange Social.
There will be an ice cream straw
berry and cake social Saturday even
ing at Riverside grange hall to
The park keeper has been appoint-1 which the entire community Is Invit
ed deputy sheriff with full pow?r to ed. Proceeds will be used to furnish
arrast any party who does not con- the hall.
July 8, aviation day, has been defln.
itely set as tag day when 45 young la
dies of La Grande under direction of
Miss Zoe Bragg, Waldo Geddes and
George H. Currey, Jr., will dispose of
the 10 cent tags for accumulation of
sufficient funds to complete the bath
ing house and facilities at Riverside
park. It is believed that with the $100
already on hand the building can be
commenced so that it will be ready
for use Immediately after tag day. It
Is supposed that the tags will accumu
late, sufficient money to complete the
funds needed, In all about $350.
Plans Are Ready.
It will be a modern bungalow-bathing
house. The plans call for a bun
galow structure, faced with a prome
nade orpler.fromwhlchspiingboar ds,
nade or pier, from which spring
boards, ladders and water chutes rad
iate, and in addition a floating pier
where beginners can reach shallow
water. On the inside of the building
the space will be divded into three
departments a big room fop boys anl
the "kids" and on one side a string
In the Baggage Coach Ahead. i
If in a crowded theatre, packed to
the doors, the audience receives a par
ticular number on the program in
tense silence it Is a sign of either one
of two things. It is either that the au
dience don't ilka the number and is
lacking in appreciative signs or tha
they are held spellbound and quiet
with pent up feelings which the parti
cular number has inspired in their
minds.
At the conclusion of this great pic
ture last night at the Isis, the pro
verbial pin could have been heard had
It been dropped. It was plainly to
be seen that 99 per cent of the audi
ence were affected by the scenes de
picted. , Perhaps It brought home to
some of them Incidents which had
had a happening In their livse. It waj
never yet held to be unmanly io shed
tears. Average picture house pre
grams contain much that Is tawdry
and unappealing but Sherwood Is to
be congratulated in securing a beau
tiful work of "art and heart." The
Isls was packed last night and every
body had words of commendation as
they left the theatre for "In the Bag
gage Coatch Ahead," the production
, was greatly aided by specially select
ed music by Musical Director King.
With their hose cart ready for the
first trial run tonight and 10 harnesses
ready the B. M. A. youngsters will
have an initial workout tonight In
complete outfit. The club boys are
training for the free for all speed ractj
on July Fourth and now are ready as
far as material is concerned, to en
ter the race. The cart to be used Is
in good condition and was brought to
La Grande at considerable expo ,
ill hy pay Rent ? IVe oa i ycc
money to build, ana yoi
pay us as you would rent.
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SPEXD YOUR YACATIOX AT THE
OCEAN SEA SHORE
Three and a. Half hours from Portland
Salt air, sea breezes, cool breezes, cool days and
refreshing nights. First class hotels open all year at
Gearhart and Seaside. Del lght trip from Portlanll
to mouth of Columbia river through historic Astoria.
$15.10 round trip tickets Bold by agent of O.-W. R. &
N. R. R. Return limit October 31st. Illustrated
folder and hotel directory will be sent on request.
W. E. COMAN,
Gen'l Freight and Passenger Agent, S
P. & S. Ry., Portland, Oregon.
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LAQRANDE
THINK, REASON, INVESTIGATE
Then You'll Know that our $15.00 to $25.00 suits are the clothes for you,
because we give you at that price garments that are every bit as good as
those you have paid $18.00 and $30.00 for. You can prove this to your
own satisfaction by comparison. Take one of these wonderful $15.00 values
of ours where you will and compare with any sold at $18.00 and $20.00
compare the fabric, the trimmings, the workmanship, the style and the fit. COMPARE we.say. Then you'll know
that nowhere on earth can you get such values. Come and see them and compare.
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