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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911.
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At this tim? of the year when all your regular wants have been supplied and the season is so far advanced that yo udo not feel inclined to incur additional ex-,
pense to tide you over, it is the price that counts. Realizing this,
We are Keeping ; our: ; Bargain ', Basement ! Filled1 with Goods : at
:' a Price. Not Trash, But Good Goods
All the odds and ends, broken lots, remnants and seasonable good3 from our regular stock are got together and after being subjected to "the price cutter's ax"
' are put on sale in
OUR WOW FAMOUS BARGAIN BASEMENT v
Here is something to remember too: "The best goods always go first, therefore, the Remnant Roll is a Roll of Honor." Whatever you buy that has been col
. lected from our other departments is good stuff, and always a bargain at the price we ask. . Below we mention some prices that do count: , . ;
Children's Shoes..... 39c, 48c, 69c, 79c 93c, 93c
Boys' Shoes . ....... ....S8c, $1.28, $1.39, $1.48
Ladies' Shoes.. .:......48c, 98c, 1.19, 1.48, 1.69, 1.79
Men's Slippers...-.....-.-.:.-i48c, 69c, 1.19
Men's Shoes... ....98cl 1.39, 1.98, 2.48, 2.79
Children's Ho8e.....-;..,;;;.,:....;.;,..:n.v:., ;;,,;.; ,.".-..,9c and 13c
Calicoes ...;...1.:... ............1....:...-..... 4c and 5c
Good Muslin . . ,,'.,f..;:..;;.:.....:...;, ' ;",;:., 5c
8-4 Sheeting :. .............
Good Table Damask
Ladies' Corsets....... ....
..........:.....,.., . 35c
,.38c 43c, 48c, 66c, 88c
Remnants of Lawns, Percales, Ginghams, Waistings, Dress Goods at all prices, Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods, at Half Regular Prices. '
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THE TEMPLE OF ECONOMY
Indiana democratic leaders are said probable and in that event the party
. to take the view that there will be such may turn to the Hoosier stale for a
... . . V ,, leader. Governor Marshall 1b credit
a conflict between Governor Harmon A. . , , , .
v ed with having placed the democratic
of Ohio and Governor Wilson of New paMy1n In(1Ianft on , feet. He Is the
Jersey that the nomination of a les first democrat to carry the Btate In
prominent candidate for-president Is nearly 20 years. . 1
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Bradley & Co.
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REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
PHOXESt SHOP BLACK 9'h
RESIDENCE RL A CX 1162.
NEXT ECCR TO
Health and Good Looks
Kitchen work bag a lotto do ttn health and good looks. A woman
cannot work oTfrtlm In a fnrnace-ltke kitchen, with a wood range In
hot weather wRhont paying the penalty.
The drodfrery, the long hours, the extreme heat, the. e :'id hah!,
will cut dowa her energy and make her prematurely old in uco and
.form, s ; .. S
This is a fort that eannot be disputed and all of us ." il to miui
many txnm pies. Eiery woman who cooks Is entitle i in 'cWtrU'
rang ani she gels one, too, whre. the man of the Amim? !ia4 hT
welfare, at heart.' ' .; "...'.': . . I .
V An electric rxtirf ri ns a ool, clean kitchen, a fir w .timet u irl.u
nt's wait, tt ctn be tulated with a thumb-screw -tnfj fn ha!l
the time r.nd uo fjrt hn.tle or allies to contend wit) .
Our special rate ti t'M-rs r our electric ranges, makeN tffli as won. J
omlcal i Bfv T" wood. ,.k Vnt them.
Eastern Oregon light & ?ovt$ Co.
FOUXDATIQX FOR STRUCTURE 18
1 SEARtY DOXE.
High BiiHement Walls Will Give Splen.
did Floor Space.
Rock foundation for the new Guild
hall on Fifth street between Washing
ton and Spring, is nearlng completion.
Brick is being hauled to the site and
as soon as masons complete the foun
dation, a high wall in itself, the struc
ture proper will be commenced. Tht
basement walls extend above the sur
face of the ground a distance of seven
or eight feet and provide, splendid
basement facilities. The work Is be
ing hurried along and within 30 days
will be about completed. '
The general plan of arcfiltecture Is
attractive and neat, and gives La
Grande another attractive building
when the project Is finished.
ARCHITECT WILL HATE
READY AT ONCE.
vertUed for within a few days and the
contracts let upon the expiration of
the , necessary interva It is the opin
ion of Murphy that construction work
on the asylum will be under Way by
the middle of September. '
That the task of drawing the plans
for the branch asylum has involved
much labor is known from the state
men:, received this morning from Mr,
Knighton.- The work has practically
Involved the drafting of plans for five
distinct buildings. Some idea of the
knowledge of the fact that the plans
extent of the work may be had from
for one of the wings cover 19 sheets
of drafting paper. , The task of
drawing detailed plans for the entire
institution has been nothing less than
a monumental task and the entire
force of the state architect's office has
been busy with the some lor months. .
Thus far the plans for the construc
tion of the levee, needed to protect
the state's property have not been
completed, but It is the understanding
that his work will be done so that the
levee may be constructed during the
early? fall. 1 vl
Pendelton Paper 'Announces Plans
Can Jiow Be Seen There.
" That the plana for the branch asy
lum buildings will be completed Mon
day and may be teen by contractors
by Friday or Saturday of this week
Is the announcement made today by
Captain C. A. Murphey, following thej
receipt of news to this effect from-'
State Architect Knighton, relates the'
Pendleton East Oregonlan. According
to Captain Murphy bids for the con-'
vtructlon of the buildings will be ad-
Mexican Railways Face Strike.
El Paso, Texas. August 4. Though
nothing has developed to verify the
report that a general strike would be
declared tomorrow on the National
Railways of Mexico system, it is the
general belief among those acquaint
ed with he situation that the threat
ened Btrlke is certain to matreiallze at
an early date. The dissatisfaction of
the employes, particularly the firemen
and brakemen, has been on the In
crease for some time. While wages
and hours of labor figure in the con
troversy to some extent, the real
cause of the trouble, is found in the
complaint of the Mexicans that , the
better positions, such as those of con
ductors and engineers, ore held by
Americans and that tha latter are paid
higher wages than are the naives.
Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tire
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The most substantial and well tried Systems of Shorthand
are taught, together with the associated branches found
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