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3 IA GRANDE EVENING OBSEBVEB,
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911
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WHO HAS BOUGHT HIS WEARING APPAREL HERE DURING THIS GREAT SALE. WE EXPECT4 TO" REUADT fitSmESS IN ik GRANTJP Pftpl
YTO-KTHlAIXUfm HIS AEMMA ?ETTEE ADVERTISER FOR US THAN A'li THE PROTCERS' nf cS SO:
People are Staggered by Our Rderi
; We want your trade, and if CUT PRICES and HIGH CLASS CLOTHING will get it we are surely entitled to your patronage. This store is always clad to serve von
,. : ; no matter whether your purchase is a suit of clothes or a pair of sox, you will always find the SAME courteous t reatment from our salespeople. itV a T dutv Wowe fil
; yourself and those dependent on you to investigate th e mammoth bargains we are offering. Don't fail to get here tonight or MONDAY, BY ALL iJffi ANS j
$15.00 suits, now going at...$ 8.75
' 17.50 suits, now going at..J- 11.50
: 20.00 suits, now going at... 13.50
22.50 suits, now going at J" 15.00
25.00 suits, now going at. ......... lfi 50
27.50 suits, now going at.... 17.50
", 30.00 suits, now going at 19.50
35.00 suits, now going at-- 19.50
$5.00 Douglas shoes, now..$2.50
4.00 and $5.00 tan low shoes.- 2.85
3.50 fine low shoes, now. 2.95
3.50 gun metal or calf shoes... 2.95
5.00 Brockton dress shoes 3.95
5.00 Crossette dress shoes . 3.95
1.50 leather slippers, now ...... .75
$1.25 blue R. R. shirts, now.....$ .75
1.25 negligee dress shirts...- .85
1.75 negligee dress shirts 1.10
1.25 dress shirts, soft fronts .85
J.75 nress hiH-c rloo
$2 shirts, soft collar detached...l.25
3.00 silk shirts now at -......... 2.25
75c Chambrav work shirts...:...35c
10c white or blue hdkfs 5c
15c black or tan socks 8 1 -3n
25c and 35c mercerized socks, col
- "7 iwiu in a ana ties 10c
50c and 75c fine silk 60c sDSn,W, 9.
'oc belts now ... 5(W
50c Sospenders ..50c
?0c belts . .. ;
$3.50 Senator bats.
1M straw bats. 1.00
2.00 straw hats. L25
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CATERERS OF HIGH CLASS CLOTHES
OF SAN FRANCISCO, IN CHARGE
C. W. KING Sales Manaser
Spokane, Wash., July 1. Special) iners of state banks -are expected to
National bank examiners of the tenth ( attend the meeting: J. L. Mohundro,
district, taking in Washington, Ore- j state examiner of Washington; Will
. gon, Idaho and Montana, will meet In Wright, state, bank examiner of Ore
Spokane on July 5th. Frank H. Luce,' gon; V. W. Piatt, bank commissioner
chairman of the district, will preside. J of Idaho;. C. E. Kumpe, state exam
The program follows: J iner of Montana, F: E. Earbour, deputy
Introductory remarks by Chairman state examiner, Spokane; A. V. Jlay
Luce; remarks, J. L. Mohundro; "How den, deputy state examiner, Tacoma,
Co-Oneratlon Between Clearing House and William C. Pierce, assistant bank
and National or State Bank Examiners commissioner, Boise, Idaho.,
May Be Made Mutually Beneficial," ( The meeting is one of the 11 in
C. S. Loveland; remarks, Will Wright; session throughout the United States
"Grain Warehouse Receipts as Col- about the same time, when the bank!
lateral," F. E. Barbour; remarks, C. E. examiners will discuss financial ques-
Kurape; "How Near Is an Examiner tlons. It will also be the first time
Expected to Approach an Audit In an in the history of the office of the comp-
Offlclal Examination?" Martin Mc- troller of the currency that the state
Lean; remarks, V. W. Piatt; paper, and clearing house examiners have
William C. Pierce; "Common" Law teen invited to meet with the national
Knowledge as an Essential Part of the examiners.
Equipment of the Examiner," A. V. ( The annual meetings are part of a
Hayden; "Habitually Granted Over- plan conceived by Comptroller of the
drafts and Their Treatment," Harry Currency Murray shortly after he took
Yeager; "Benefit to Be Derived Thro' offlce, He divided the several states
the Co-Operatlon of the State and jnto n districts for closer co-opera-
National Bank Examiners and the tlon hetween the bavpi-.i1 hnnv m.
exam-, than either brick or concrete. . 1 transferred from that A?
' Xl T a 'a t. .
Methods of Co-Operatlon," Frank H.
Besides National Examiners Luce,
Loveland, McLean and Yeager, thei
lners. One of the examiners of each
district was made chairman. The re
ports Trom each district will be Bent
to the comptroller. '
You Don't Have
to Rub Your
Day, If You Use
30c a Package
For Sale by
I Pattison Bros.
rhone Black 8L
Store closes at 1 iw nu, Toes
day, the Fourth of July.
COUJiTY SEWS ITEMS.
Mrs. F. S. Bramwell, of La Grande,
was In the city Monday.
Frank Bldwell has been about on the
sick list since Monday night, as a re
sult of strenuous work at the fire.
J. J. Turner and daughter of Big
Creek, were In the city Saturday, ex
tending their trip to La Grande.
Where will you spend the Fourth?
That Is the question that must be de
cided soon. The Union band and ball
team will go to La Grande, and many
of our citizens will do likewise. La
Grande offers the only celebration In
this part of the state, and those who
wish to Be It done up in proper shape
will not miss It by going to La Grande.
The Chautauqua, the regular Fourth
of July program and many Interesting
events are on the list for the enter
tainment of the public. Better go.
the Lakes department. New Mexico,
Arizona and Utah are detached from
the department of Colorado and form
part of the department of California.
Montana and Wyoming go from the
d3partment of Dakota to the depart
ment of Columbia, which Is to havi, Its
headquarters at Vancouver Barracks,
.Minneapolis Celebration xt Week
Minneapolis, Minn,, July 1. Busi
ness In Minneapolis will be practical
ly at a standstill the coming week
while the citizens give themselves over
to a celebration of the growth and
prosperity of the city. The affair has
promise of being one of the most not
able of Its kind ever held In this
country. Many visitors are already
putting In an appearance and It Is ex
pected that when the celebration gets
'ew Army RuU's IiYnthe. fully under way at the beginning of
Washington, July 1. The army de- the week the crowd will be the Iarg-
partment re-organization, which has est ever entertained In Minneapolis.
been a subject of much discussion There are. to be separate events
since the plans were first announced ; for each of the seven days, beginning
by -the war department some months J tomorrow with band 'concert? and a
ego, came into effect today. The re-1 military review. Pageants and spec
organization is In the Interest of slm- tacles reflecting the manufacturing
plined administration. The war de- and commercial progress of this sec
partment believes it will expedite tLe tlon of the country will be a leadln
(From Union Scout.)
W. J. Hunter lost a valuable horse
this. week. The animal ate too much
grain which was accidentally left In a
glace where the horse could get to It.
The Union band boys are practicing
nightly In preparation for the Fourth
at La Grande.
Miss Hazel, Raster Is visiting friends
In La Grande this week. I
(From Union .Republican.)
Liveryman. Gassett Is right on the
spot again, doing business In the sta
bles at the rear of the Pratt ware
house. This arrangement is but tem
porary, as Mr. Gassett has not yet de
cided as Mr. Gassett has not yet de
cided whether he will rebuild or not.
Contractors are this week figuring
with Mr. Gassett on the erection of a
stone building on the site of the ona
just burned, th building to have fire
proof roof.' The plan Is to keep the
horses In sheds at the rear.' and feed
from the barn. It Is stated that a
ittti HfHIHHiWMIHI I 'tone building can be erected cheaper
transacton of business connected with
the army and effect a saving of about
1100,000 a year In army administra
The leading feature of the new
plan is the establishment of there
main devlslons. These are the east
ern division, with headquarters at
Governor's Island, the central division,
with headquarters at Chicago, and the
western division, with headquarters at
San Francisco. At these places the
principal work Is to be concentrated.
The divisional officers will give atten
tion to the purely, military business,
leaving the department commanders
to deal with administrative detail. The
object is to develop officers capable cf
handling great army units.
The army headquarters at Denver is
the only one abollBhed'under the new
order. Considerable changes, however,
are made In the boundaries of the
other departments. The department
of the east is extended to take In Ohio
and, Kentucky, which hitherto .have
formed part of the department of the
lakes. Louisiana Is transferred from
the department of the Gulf to the de
partment of Texas. North and South
Dakota, formerly Included In the de
partments of Dakota and Missouri, are
feature of the week. Of an education
al nature will be the great outdoor
pageants and parades symbollzjng the
history of the northwest, beginning
with the discovery of the upper Mis
sissippi, the Indian warfare that fol
lowed with its settlement, the events
of early statehood, the sending of the
first troops to the front In the civil
war, the coming of the railroads, the
development, of : commerce, the har
vesting of the crops and the remark
able era of general prosperity.
The decorative features are especial
ly attractive and elaborate, street af
ter street in the down town section
being literally a sea of flags and bunt
ing and at nlght-ablaze with hundreds
of thousand of multi-colored lights.
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
. of La Grande, Oregon
L F. & A. M. La Granae Lodge No.
41. i F. & A. M. holds regular meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. L. M. HOYT, W. M.
i. C. WILLIAMS. Secretary, .s
8. P. O. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
H. J. RITTER, Ex. Ra j.
H. E. COOLIDGE, Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O. W.
meet every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
D. FITZGERALD, C. C.
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk.
I. O.O. F, hall. All visiting mem
bers are invited to attend.
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE, N. Q.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Set.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Crott
Lodge No. 27 meets every Monday
night in Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welcome to all vlsltlnf
JESS PAUL, C. C.
. R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. &
M. W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday In the month at
ths I. O. O. F. haU. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
E. EL DANIELS,
. ED. HEATH. Clerk.
REBEKAHS Crystal Lode No. 8
meets every Tuesday evening in th
rittsfield 150 Tears Old.
Pitt8fleld, Mass., July 1. The city
of Plttsfleld will celebrate the l",0tU
anniversary of Its Incorporation ns n
town by a gala week beginning to
morrow, on much the general plan
for an old home week, but with more
elaborateness. Former Secretarv of
the Navy Long, President Garfleld ofj
wuuams college and other men of
note will take part.
, Let your next eorset be a
Cossard. Have K fit to your
J All the style, comfort Mai
beanty of the lace-ln-front G05
.sard wDl mean nothing to yon
ntll yon try don one of these
. A single try-on will proTe to
yon why they exeeL
A complete line of Gosaard
corsets, bnst confiners and pad's,
alwsys on band.
Trices of corsets f3J0, $5.00,
$6.00 and $S0.
Mrs. Robert Pattison
Coractlerc. Phone Black 1481.
O. E. S. Hope Chapter No. 13, O. B.
C. holrfft stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month. Visiting members cor
CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
MARY A. WARNICK. Sec
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT Orinn,
Ronde Circle No. 47 meets' ,
first anu ?oiri Thursday at ' -in
the mo. t the I. O. O . ivaiI
All visiting : tubers are .,.-.mk
Awardd Gold. Xedal for High,
est Qtaliif. ,
Every Sack Warranted and Sat
IsfactloB gnaraateed. -For
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