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LA GEA&DE EVENING OBSERVES,
Editor and Owner.
Catered at tbe postoflice at If Grande
as second-class matter.
tie Whitcomb "Riley -event at Chautau-'
qua .tonight and the Judge is certainly!
jtre man for the Job. -His very coun
jtenar.ee is pleasing and the sparks of
nurnor, vol ana gooa nature bijwihuiu
his eye at intervals much like the
proverbial Fourth of July pin wheel.
When it comes to ihe Riley brogue he
iB -there like a duck as the school
boy would gay. Call on him for a
rendition oT that old Riley favorite,
"Godbye. Jim, Take Good Keer of
Dart j, single copy
.Bally, per week, .
Dally, per month...
. . . wra
1911 JULY IStl
S iMITlWj T i FYS
THAT DEPARTMENT (OXTINCES
Afternoou- for tLe IUt if the Week
can Flint Glass 'Workers' union baa
cent out a circular letter to the Glass j
Dottle Blowers association, a rival
organization, making overtures for a
settlement of the long fight between
the two organizations.
The International Garment Workers
of America will make an effort through
the country to the end that in the!
next Labor day parad3 all-who turn
out, whethfT In uniform or otherwise,
wear : garments bearing the label of
the Garment Workers' union.
The latest move on the part of the
Canadian Pacific railway management
is the displacement of colored em
ployes and the Introduction of Japa
nese. The mass of Frnch Canadians have
been worker on the farm and in the
forests and almost entirely out of
touch with industrial life in shops,
mills or factories.
The International Association of
Machinists recently reached an agree
ment with the Michigan, Central Rail
road company for an increase in wags
the rate now being 34 1-2 cents an
hour flat rate.
! - Tbe round taoie imiiui . .
' ! ciiauuuHimt continue as popular as
ever, ani even more so.
Many of us who lire in the interior ? This afternoon Dr. Seemann spoke
country had read of successful flights '.on "The Land of Opportunity." It wa8
of airships and in a way understood : a relating if his recent vacation ex
what one could' expect from a bird perlences, including the' great inter
man, but the comprehension was in-; national Sunday school convention
.deed entirely Incomplete until one which he attended in SanFrancisco
could sse with their own tyes a flight,! Tomorrow Dr. Underwood Will give
Yesterday Aviator Walsh, after arernjDjgctnces of bis work of eight
partial failure the day previous, start-, yf.arg jn b "Land of the Turk, His
ed bla powerful motor Sn front of the' Harem and Nargileh." It will be
grand rfand in front of the ball park j wortn much to hear him.
and the machine shot forward on the) Wednesday at the W. C. T. U. hour
ground. Running a distance of twolhe wjj De by Dr. Gillilan. Af
hundred feet It left the earth and in a ! that ja!e tne forum hour will be taken
pretty bird-like manner mounted thejby tne Saddlers, whom everyone
air. The sight was great. Everyone; kD0Ws so well.
cheered., Why? Because La Grande
people were witnessing the greatest!
thing of the agJ aerial 'navigation. j
Those who taw Fulton's steamboat for;
the first time; those who witnessed the
, firsi locomotive could not, have been!
more elated than were the people whoj
gathered yesterday to see the flight.!
It was positive proof o( what may da
expected of transport ation in the fu
ture. Had old Darius Green been
present be would have realized . his
oldtime argument come true "Th
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. A
PIIYSIClAKS AXD SCRGEOXS.
N. MOLITOR. M- V. rnysician -bcu
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot street. Office. Maln.8; Resi
a Has Been Proved That Microbes
Trofcssor Unna of " Hamburg. Ger
many, and Dr. Sabourand. the leading
French dermatologist, discovered that
microbe causes baldness. Their the
ory has time and again been amply
verified through research experiments
mi mh' t ' ion it mitIm) on under tbe observation or
that the blue bird and Phoebe
smarteer than wo be?" Thus went
old Darius' rhyme, and for year it
stood at that. But such men as Walsh
Ely and a few oihrg -are advancing
-very rapidly In the great art of navl
. sating the air. :
One feaure of the entire event 'was
disappointing. Thousands of people
refused to assist in paying the ex
panse of having such an event in La
Grande. If the entire community
was composed of this kind of people
there would be 11 tie or nothing ever;
come to La Grande. . A guarantee wa '
given Walsh to ton-y here r.nd fly two!
days. The only way to secure money!
was to charge an admission tee ot the
gate, -'Airships can be seen from ii
distance as all know, and the muH
was many people :ai"d on the out
aide who should hav assisted in pay
ing the expense. Not one-half ; the
amount pledged has been rained at tbe
gate thus far and today Is tlw liifti
flight. . " .
in the Sebum, wdicd is tne natural
hair oil, and when permitted to flour
I lsb It destroy tbe bair follicles and In
time the pore entirely close, and the
scalp gradually takes on a shiny ap
pearance. When this happens there
Is do hope of tbe growth of hair being
We have a remedy which will, we
honestly believe, remove dandruff, ex
terminate the microbe, promote good
circulation In tbe scalp and around
the hair roots, tighten and revitalize
the balr roots and overcome baldness,
so long as there Is any life left in the
We back up this statement with our
own personal guarantee that this rem
edy called Hexnll "03" Hair. Tonic
will be supplied freo of nil cost to the
uhit if It falls to do as we state.
It will frequently, restore gmy and
faded balr to Its original color, provid
Ing loss of color has been caused by
disease: .vet It I In no House a dye.
Itexall "1)3" Hulr Tonic accomplishes
these results by making every balr
root, follicle and pigment glnnd strong
and active, and by stimulating a nnt
A Sacrafice of All Summer Mdse
A. L. RICHARD BUri. M. u.
W. LOUGHLIN, M. D.
Dri. Richardson & Loughlln.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Phot Office Black 1362; Ind. 853.
Office Hours8 to 11; 2 to 6; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 65; Ind.
312. "... " ' ;"
Dr. Louflhlin's . res. Main t&t ; ma
1297. ' ' : ..
C. H. UPTCN. Ph. G. M. . Physii tan
and surgeon. Special attention to
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. Office
In" La Grande National Bank Bulhl
Ing. Phones: Office Main t. Rest
dence Main 32. " '
DR. H. L. UNDERWUOi rnysician
Sneolal attention to
diseases and surgery of the eye.
Phones: Office Main 22; Res
denceMaln 728. Ind. 631. -
3E0. W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg.i Rooms 7,
a. a unit 10." Phoaes: Home 1332,
Pacific. Main 63, Residence phone
nianh qki Successor to' Dr. C. E.
' Moore. '
All men's cloth
. ing Reduced'
25 per cent
Xot one suit in our
pnt.irft stock reserved.
You will save $3.00 to
$7.50. if you buy your
juit' during this sale.
One lot of 00 fine tail
ored ladies' suits ex
actly One half Price
Wooltex suits reduc
ed 25 per cent to 50
All Summer Parasols
LADIES DRESSES and LONG
COATS Reduced 25 !o
See them in our window. Largest assort
mpnt in Eastern C recron - for vou to
select from. v
Entire line of leather
hand bags reduced 25
Ann ft nmATl
G. T. DARLAND, UHlKuritAV ivrn-,
not drugs, not surgery, not osteo
thv. Consultation free. Room 20,
La Grande National bank.
t n pntrir.. n. M. Deutlst. Room
23. La Gsande National Banh Build
Ing. Phone Black 399.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .vetef .nary aur
nn. ornce at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, uei
701; Office phone. Black 1361; Inde
pendent phone C3; both phones
ATT0RSEI8 AT LAW.
at sacrifice prices dur
ing this Clearance
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Half price sale
Our entire exclu
stock, of tailored,
trimmed and pat
tern Hats at ex
actly one half price.
at greatly reduced mu'nr
during this sale.
Prices $2.90, $3.90, $4.90
and $5.50 for values worth
twice the price.
Our entire line reduced
25 per cent
l Summer Dress Good"
All figured lawns, batistes,
and white waistings re
duced 25 per cent
AH Oxfords, "Both Ladies, Men's and Childrens red ced.
The Quality Store
For ihe sake ot your honor, for the; uri gow 0r coloring pigment through-
eake of your civic pride, for the sake out the hair cells.
of your feeling for the Orande Ronds
valley, go. to the ball park this even
ing and pay for your ticket, bear the
lecture on aviation and be a man. You
will feel better after H Is all over.
Tbe altercation that took place on
tbe base ball grounds, while not serl-
ous or dangirous, was aisgracorui.
Such flare-ups cannot be allowed and
the offender must be punished, The
umpire of a ball game is the judge-
no one bas a right to question his de
cisions or raise tumult over his acts.
Right or wrong the umpire must have
the support of every person who loves
baseball. , . Not a support that will
cause you to agree with his decisions,!
We exact no obligations or prom
ises we simply ask you to give
Retail "03" Hair Tonic a thorough
trial and If not satisfied tell us and
we will refund the money you paid
n for IL Two sites, prices 60 cents and
gl.OO. Remember you can obtain It
only at our store Tbe Beiair Store.
COCHRAN ft COCHRAN Attorneys :
Chas. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch
ran l Orande National Bank
Bldg., La Grande. Oregon.
1'. H. CRAWFORD Attorney at
Practices In al lthe coirr . the
State and United Siis. Office In
La Grande Nsuwuai Dana Bldg., La
back ached for over a year but I did
not pay much attention to the trouble
to the trouble until a short time ago,
when it became almost unbearable.
After getting up in the morning. I was
so lame and Bore that I could hardly
do my work. The kidney secretions
Hills r?ritr Store.
t SOTKS FROM THE LABOR
The average age at which factory
employes begin work in Hungary and
Spain Is ten ywars. ,
In the Netherlands the predominant
LAW OFFTCi::: OF GREEN & SMALL.
:;.:. over Sllverthorne's drug
;, La Grande, Ore. R. Jos.
Ureen and Chas. A. Small. Rooms
15 and 1.
D. W. C NEI.SON Mining Engineer
Baker C'ty. Oregon.
but a support that will show you are
for organized effort to protect th
league laws, which l( the only way to
preserve baseball and make a continu
ation of the successful games already
nlaved this Tear in La Grande. Fine
M " r I
m man who dares accost the umpire,
no malter what decisions have been
rendered. Ball p'.ayers are privates
and the urfpire is general when the
I. Y.nf Ma Via nnilM-RtOOd t
thorouKhlv by all men who wear base-! "early halt the men work from nine
hours of labor In most Industries are
ten to 11 hours a day,
The Factory Workers' union in
r.ermany Increased tt membership
from tt.024 to 1C7.0S7 in the year
1 hi A '
All the stationary firemen at Los
Anreles, Cal.. are now at work undrr
union conditions as to hours ant
In the metal Industries in JUlglum
. MAT PBOYE FATATm
When IVM La Grande People Leant
tbe Importance of It
were badly disordered and I was vfry
nervous. When a neighbor advised me
to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I did so
and the contents-of a few boxes re
moved my pains and aches and streng
thened my kidneyB."
s For sale by all dealers.' Proce 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
taae no otner.
July 10 Aug 7
Judge Flenner, of Boise, will deliver j
! to ten hours a day, and the majority
lof the rest ten to 11.
Fresldfnt T. W. " e
Backache is only a simple thing at
first; " ' :
But v,hen i-oit t.iw 'tis from the
That s'.'li.us kidney troubles follow;
That d' psy. Bright', disease may be
he fr al end.
Yo , v'lt gladly profit by the follow
ing experience. t
Tls the honest statement of a suf
lurer wuu mmm cum, i
Mrs. L. D. Edwards, X045 Virginia I
street. Baker City, Oregon, says: "My
YOU OUGHT TO KNOW
this shop, and Its ability to sine
yea best Oar one strongest
: desire Is to turn out the best
CLEASIXG AD PRESSISG
and1 to price oar services to
meet your satisfaction. We be.
Ileve we do this. If yonr irar.
ments need oar attention send
them to ns and we will do yonr
work promptly and) guarantee
not to ruin 'the materials.
ELITE DYEING &
IL B. Waggoner
Old Friends and New
Winning permanent, lasting friends js the: work
of time, and this bank numbers among its clients
hundreds of banks and business houses with whom
it has had close relations for a great part of the
twenty-four years of 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
wants with the same fidelity which has cemented
out relations with our older ones.
La Grande National Bank
LA GRANDE. OREGON.
CAPITAL . '. . $ 100,000.00
SURPLUS . . . 100,000.00
RESOURCES . . . 1,100,000.00 v
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Fred J 'Holmes.; A es.'
F. L.' Meyers, Cashiet
W. J. Church. Vce'Pres.
Earl ZundelMss't. Cashier