j - l PAGE 2 LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVEJi, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911. THE OBSERVER if monkers are susceptible to scarlet.' fever the susceptibility would seem to be alight and that there is probably a good deal of natural resistance to this Does Like This Illustration? Suit Fi BRUCE DE NN I S Editor and Owner. our ; disease on the part of monkeys as In man. It is the hope of the investiga tors that their work may eventually -If Wot, Why Not?- Seterrd at the postoffice at La Grande as second-class matter. j rrouu ill ill's ui3.v?vij ui n du utu scarlet fever. 6UBSCKJPT10X BATES Mil Caflr, single copy Daily, per week, . DUy, per month... ie lit tie Ji -v. : ' " L I I li : 11 M 4 - "v- 1112131415 LL8.jH)!!!2 13 14 15 KW 18 19 0'21 22 23 24 25 26 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 i i sis wit THE CROW THE FARJIEirS t'KlESD - If T were to sav that th crow is a I fcelplng hand about the farm, many ' iarmers might think I Jived in the city, ! writes William Li Fihley in the Sue-' csa Magazine. Many might prefer to bo without such help. The crow has a reputation as black as his coat. He has been charged wi:b causing great I Injury to the corn crops, stealing the ' fruit, robbing nests of poultry, and of eating yoong birds. To determine the real economic sta tus of the crow the scientists of the biological survey examined nearly a thousand stomachs of crows killed in every month of the year and through- j out the country. The crow was proven guilty of these charges, but it wag a! so abown that most or the had eaten was waste corn destroyed while growing was only three per cent of the total food. The destruction of fruit and egg waa only trivial, while on the other hand the amount of harmful Insects and mice eaten rendered the final verdict in favor of the crow. It was proven be yond doubt that he was of more real conomlc value than harm. Make the most of your week end trips with a Treasure for all time the hap piness of today. Kodaks Brownies and every thing; for picture making. : Drug Co. THE KODAK STORE, ght Nine out of ten times the cause of a grace less fitting suit is the corset The most expensive gown or suit will lose much cf its charm, elegance and beautiful lines if you wear a poorly fitted, improper modeled corset. Our corset department is complete with stylesjmd models to fit every form i j . corn that he ' $ $ ana me par: , tjqw ' r ' 14 I of facci?faOio Advertising t . . . . ' ... ... ... . s FOR SALE Young pony, safe ; and : gentle. Just right for young children F. D. Halsten Furniture S ore. 8-T-6t HENDERSON ,( Fashion Form ' ' Corsets , we Hi) tiAUUMve aguuba j,ui uio laiuvuo - HENDERSON CORSET Over 20 different and distinct models for you to select a -corset suited to your figure from prices $1.00 to $4.50 THE STITIY OF SCARLET FEVER IX MONKEYS. . ;' ' FOR RENT Four good rooms..' Phone Red 42. 1503 Madison avenue. 8-3-tt Scarlet fever Is 'still one of the dis eases for which modern medical sci-j ence has discovered no specific. One of the difficul ies connected with its study has been that it, was unrtil re cently regarded as Impossible to pro duce the disease la animals. This has greatly interfered with the study of the causea of the disease. Recent re ports point to the posslbill y of Inocu latlnk monkeys with scarlet fevre. In the Journal of the American Medical association for June 17, Drs. Ludvlg Hektoen and George .H., Weaver re port experiments at tae Memorial In stitute , for Infectious Diseases, in which attemps were made jj inocu"! Jae monkeys with" this disease. ' Of this number tn Showed no signs of in fection whllg three. became slrK short ly after inoculation, one monkey de veloping a fever four days altr inocu lation. No eruption was found on the kin. The Investigators conclude that 'WANTED Elderly lady or girl be- W ANTED Piano to rent by month. Call La Grande Investment Co. FOR SALE Dry chain wood in any Quantity. $1.50 per cord at the Per ry yards. Grande Ronde Lumber corapny Pe.rrj. re. C-15-tf FOR SALE Good header and binder combined. 12 foot cut Deerlng make. Inquire L. J. Fesuson, El ' a"'0, Oregon- '' ' FOU RENT Part' of good barn, close in. Apply thiB office. . FOR SALE Two steated trap in first class condi'tlon, Inquire Dr. A. L. Richardson, v .,.; 8-4-tr Exclusive agents for ' I NEMO CPRSETS - Most models are designed for stout hjjui'ca and are fitted with the most pos itive and comfortalbe abdominal redue iii device known.. , yt ' ; , .: : r v :t j Also two new models designed espe- (iallv for slender forms. ' OBSESS Prices $2.00 to $4.00 WE SELL1 the popular v-E BEVOISE BRASSIERRE N8523 ; SELrREDUONO , ml2I!K3!S Banolet 50c and $1.00. F TOR SALE Winchester : rifle. ,25-20 tske down W1Z model. Price only $9.00. H. 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Pnces 75 cents to $L25 ; y ; See r Ouir iridowlj tween 12 and 14 to help in house work. Only two people. Phone F L .11 i'-lTV! v.-'Inl'V" WANTED "A : limited numbsr of boarders. Apply at Observer. 8-7-Gt FOR - SALE Furniture practically new for 12 rooms. Have lease, phone B 3881. 905 8prlng St 8-7-6t FOR RENT Furnished room. Mod ern. Close' In. Gentlemen prefer red. Inquire this office. !" B JJ ! CTnf llHt tw " , if ; SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON 1 fV rADCUTC if An . exceptional I m' 11 high erade line ( f mrtcets tiPcnrpi' nt les than adu.l I All new tvW & M W:' 1 IVo see-: "L"J -yf ;:' J r,,.,!..iiii,,.;ii)1.iii...nu! ijl.i !mmmmmMBJSBBgmmmmmm , . .1, . waists p n ' ':-v" : : ' i OTICE OF STREET lMPHOTE3fE'T upon the owneTs of the property af-. ment on all the propertyaffected and 'I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No- 'ct'el benefjtteo Dy such.improve- benefitted by,, such improvement tot tice Is hereby given that In pursuance ment order that said Above described j the, purpose of paying for Sucb. 1m- of a reaolutlon adopted by the common improvement be made; that the boun- provement That the estimated cost council of the city of La Grande. Ore- of said district to be so im-'of such improvement is the aum of : Oftkm Qnell Riots. San Francisco, Aug. 8. Though a large force of deputy sheriffs are held In readiness to quell disturbances it Is believed today that the trouble be-. twen the union and non union men at Crockett In connection with the sugar refinery strike, la ended. 1 gon, on the 2nd day of . March, 1910, creating Improvement district No. 14, end designating Fir street aa such dla trlct, and In pursuance of a resolution adopted by aaid common council ' on the 28th day of June, 1911,. whereby said council determined and declared ita Intention to Improve all that por tlon of Fir a reet. In said improvement district as hereinafter described, by constructing cement walks on each aide of street, the council will, ten days after the aervlce of this notice the council will levy a special assess proved are as follows. t All that portion of Fir street, from the north line of CK-W. R. & N. Co., to the south side of Monroe avenue. '(A) And the property affected or benefitted by said improvement is aa follows: $1,010.00. That the council will, on . the 16th day of August 1911, meet at the councllv chamber at the hour of 8 -o'clock p. m., to consider Bald .esti mated cost, and levy of said assess ment, 'when a hearing will be granted to any person feeling aggrieved by such assessment. 0.-W. R. N. ft R. Co. and lot I. block 111; lota 1 and 84, block 124, and lots) '-La Grande, Oregon, August 4th, 1911. 9 and 10 , block 125, Chaplin'a addition CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE, to La Grande, Oregon. . . OREGON. . . ; r Notice ia hereby further given that By C. M. HUMPHREY '. ; av Recorder of the City of La Grande, A farce written by Abe Ruef. the convicted San Francisco bondle-poll-tlclan, waa a feature of the Fourth of July vaudeville show at St. Quentln. 6 US! Electric Drink Mixer The latest method for preparing such delicious bev erages as Malted Milk Chocolate with egg, Eqq Lemonades. Egg Phosphate, Orange Punch, and other combinations that C t? T "C li f C? are very popular ' OSuLU M2tE M l .4 '