La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, August 24, 1911, Page PAGE 2, Image 2

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NOTICE OF STREET IMPIiOYEME-KENT.
30th day of August, 1911, meet at the
council chamber at the hour of 8
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No- o'clock.
to consider said cat!-
-4lc ia hereby given that In pursuance mated cost, and the levy of .said as
f a resolution adopted by the com-' sessment, when a hearing will be
-con council of the city of La Grande, ' granted to any person feeling ag
Oregon, on the 28th day of June, 1911, ' grieved by such assessment.
creating Improvement district No. 33 , La Grande, Oregon. August 16th,
cud designating M avenue as such
district, and in pursuance of a reso
lution adopted by (aid common coun
cil on. the 19th day of July, 1911.1
1911.
CITT COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
OREGON.
By C VL HUMPHREYS,
PEDES, PIS MilP SB
FLOOD HUTS SPECTUll
CALIFORNIA T1RIET1ES CROWD
i NORTHWEST TOWNS.
thereby said council determined and 1 Recorder of the City of La Grande, 1
declared its intention1 to improve all Oregon. " .
PARADE TO BE THRILLING
V TCRE, ASSERTED.
FEA-
that portion of H avenue, in said Im
provement district as hereinafter de
scribed, by building board walks, the
-council will, ten days after the ser
ytct of this notice upon the owners
ct the property affected and benefit
ted by such improvement, order that
aid above described improvement be
Made; tbat the boundaries sf said
-district to be so improved are as fol-'
Iowa:
' All that portion of H avenue, from
fte west curb line of Fourth street,!
to tb east curb line of Second street. '
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8-18-10t
Pear Market Badly Disrupted in AU Pendleton Rooadup Season Drawing
Sections, Say Dealers. , - Sigh, Plans JIaturing.
TOGO GIVEN
.Portland, Aug. 24. (Special) Pendleton, Aug. 24. This most spec
Dealing with the northwest fruit con- tacular parade ever seen at a western
UTAH MAS PRESENTS VALUABLE
ANIMAL TO THE HERO.
Hortte Passed Throngh La Grande
Yesterday to Seattle,
dltlons and prices the Northwest Fruit
Exchange announced last night:
Advices from Minneapolis show
mixed . car Washington peaches and
- apricots sold there the 16, 30-35c; aver
age 40c tor peach; cots averaged 96c;
Portlan dand Seattle markets have
celebration is what Parade Manager
Paul Sperry of the Riound-Up is claim
ing for the ''Westward, Ho!" parade
to be held in connection with Pendle
ton's wild west show next month. He
baa been quietly active in his depart
ment of the "work for several months
been heavily supplied with California and now announces that he is satisfied
pears and peaches; pear market has that the pageant will be all that he
Traveling as befits a member of the' been low- dealers paying from $150 desires. - .
And the nroDertv affected or enlte of JaDan's areat naval hero. t0 'l'7a- delivered, tor the best pears. Four bands, the Pendleton Round-
tenefitted by said improvement is as 'Togo," an iron gray Percheron gtni- the peach martoet has been heal- Up Cowboy band, the Weston Cow-
follows: lion, a present from an admirer jn thy, basis 50 to 60c r. o. b. California. : girl band. Bowen's band of Spokane.
Lota 8. . 10,. 11 and 12. block 96. Dah to Admiral Togo passed through A DBmber ot shipments enroute from and Arnold's Carnival band will be in
Jot Si , 7 and 8, block 95, and lot 5, ' La Grande yesterday enrouie to' oi- '""' and rail ensure the- line of march to enliven the scenic
Mock 94. ell in Chaplin's addition to Ho where the beautiful animal will be "ood "uPPHe" but Oregon and Wash- with real wild west selections. - 7 ?
sb'ppt dto Japan when Togo leaves on lngton ,ocaI nIPmen 1 displace
the 2y'h. i those from California in the lmmedl-
The Malllon Is Ave years old and119 future. , Seattle market has been
was raised near Parma. Ida. Recent-1 e" carea Ior ror.some ume irom
tto town of La Grande, Oregon.
Kotlce is hereby further given that
tle council will levy a special assess
ment on all the property affected and
benefitted by such Improvement for
tie purpose of paying for such im
provement. That the estimated cost
-of such Improvement Is the sum of
209.30. That the council will, on the
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mi
ly he wn nurchased
Cgd-m, YUx'h who
of the :utai')al nh
filter to accept Ku.tb a gift, v
on the i:t'n?n"Sbea Japanese sen
, eastern Washington districts, best
Historical floats, depicting by tab
leau and otbr means scenes familiar
to pioneer life, more than one hun
dred full blood Indians in war cos
tume, cowgirls and cowboys mounted
Tb a nu n In I
was a great admirer J Peani being freely offeredto Seattle ' and clad In all the regalia and trap
.d who prevailed up-1 lealer basis $1.25 f. o. b. The Rocky .pings of their calling, a band of Juve
Mountain mamets. Denver, Butte, nil cowboys, "chips off ' the
Helena, etc., have been getting all the block," broncho bUBtr8 of
ASYLIX (N TRACT LEV.
old
.fruit they could use, from California 'tlofl and aspiration; a real emigrant
and eastern Washington. Denver re-
- 'ports three cars Bartletts from one
M.'ssoula r'i'm (VI Job of Building California shipper consigned on the
2 open market, with the result of a
TOE OUGHT TO KNOW'.
this shop, and Its ability t irre
j on best. Our one ttnnt;?t
dlre Is to tarn oot the best
CLEANING A'D PRESSING
and' to price onr sen lets (
reel your satisfaction. We be.
Heve we do thin. If jonr gar.
;-. ments nfed otir nttentlon nd
1 them to as and we nlll da ronr
work promptly and a-narantee
not to mln the materials. i
ELITE DYEING & !
1'i'Uilleloii Asylnm.
Ha'cta. Ore.. Aug. 1 1.--The const n-t "bu8ted market." 1 ;
tion firm cf (Of on Ji .li-hnson of MiB', Western Canada markets glwa the
t. uU. Mmt.. v.ss U.' night awt.'i-l following interesting Information rel
tlii rrrttriit for c .-'!rig the bi tn . ative to Washington fruits: Prices
ts -i: i C-linz it lendleton, :H:r quoted the trade by independent deal
nii i.? $'."'IC7." o-'ii ve of the oe. -, ers f. o. b. shipping points: ; Plums
lug plant lav i g been declared tile 70-75c; cot 75c; peaches 50-60c;
best. There wens a number ot ether Bartletts $1.25-1.40; apples, halfs, 60c;
bids ranging from. $342,00 to $126,000. fulls ".90-1.13; Italians, later delivery
T;,e state board has postponed the In peach boxes 40c; regular packages, , has the concession at the Round-UD.
awarding of the contract for the heat- . 55; prices quoted the dealers in Can-! has arranged to take nlcturea of the
numn marKeia ireiauers) : reacnes .entire parade.
$1.40-1.50; plums $1.60; cots , $1.50;
anulcs $2.75.
The exchange wtsbift to call espe-t
'train, a long string ' of "outlaw"
i horses which will . be used In the
bucking contests and the wild horse
race and genuine old staga coaches
am just a few of the features which
are planned and which are assured. .
Manager Sperry extends an Invita
tion to all riders, men, women or Ju
venile, to participate in the parade,
ttM only requirement being that they
appear mounted on good horses and
attired in coboy or cowgirl costume.
The motion picture company, which
SCTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that .there
no exists a vacancy in the office of
the city scavenger and applications for
the filling of this office will be received
at the office of the city recorder of tfce
city of La Grande, Oregon, until Aa
gust 30th, 1911. ' .
By order-of the city council, Autti,i
16th. 1911. 6 1
C. M. HUMPHREYS, ,
City Recorder.
t, ! - --til ' 1 i it :' t iitil
Take twothirds of a glass of cold
sparkling SAM-O,- add one-third of
any of the following fruit iuices:
Lemon, Orange, Pineapple or Grape
' "Measure It right and mix It together ;.".v')..,'.
It's good for wbal alls yoa In this kind of 'weathirr..
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Ttf tK-tf Hff ffttf Iff 1tHtHHfTtlWTtWl4llftfff
Ing plant.
There are now affiliated with the
American Federation of Labor, 120 In
ternational unions, 39 state; federa
tions. 632 city central bodies, 431 lo
cal trade unions and 216 federal la
bor unions, making a total of 1,433
organizations. '' ' . ' ' . ,
CLEANIV
Vain CI,
R. B.
tr.fiAKS
Savoy Hotel
EUROPEAN PLAN
cial at'entlon to the above low quo
tations being made on Italian prunes.
The exchange nas been quoting Ital
ians at 75-SOc, has soli) some at 80c,
i and some at 75c, f. o. b., part cash
! with the ordsT. But with the low quo-
tatlcnB that are going out by shippers
without distributive facilities, it is
! getting hard for the exchange to hold
OCONNELUS
Cigar Store
,. Pool, Billiards, Clears, Tohnc.
e and Soft Brinks Lest- and
mot complete line of cigars In
the city. .f. ' : c f
0serters Coast Lf ague base,
boll scores every day there's
fame. ?,r? i
Corner Pewt and Jefferson St.
The rooms are good and
j Steam heated only one
block from depot
ID. C. Brichoux.Pro
up the market, though it is declining
to consider less than 75c for Italians,
believing them to hj worth full that
figure.',.'; ; . 'f ' '
SOTE.S FROM TH LAB Ml!
WORLD. J
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Red
Ceda
Shingles
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WENAHA LUMBER CO.
GREENWOOD & MADISON
Home -Phone 42 Bell Phcne, Main 732 j
SksSSkSEsM
; ffPe,e tyulpmtnt lor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IR0W WORKS
' D. ; FITZGERALD, 'Proprietor;, ' '
COMPUTE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
I St. ru ii I (iir! Vrl Turkish Diplomat,
j St. Paul, Mlna. Aug. 21. The niar
jrlage of Miss Jiosephine Kalman,' the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ka!
man of this city, to Richard Edward
j Blacqu3 Bey, chancellor of the Turk
j Isb embassy In Berlin, took place this
j afternoon In the St.rPaul cathedralMir
j the presence of yearly :: 1,000 guests,
among them many. "persona of proml-
hence from various part of the Unit
ed States and Europe. .
"Miss Cecilia Kalman was her sis
ter's maid of honor and among the
bridesmaids was Lady Kathleen Beres
for'd, daughter of Admiral Lord Chas.
Beresford. Following the ceremony
at the cathedral ' the wedding party
and guests attended a large reception
at the home of the bride's parents.
Th9 bridegroom, who was born In
the United States while hl father was
serving as Turkish minister In Wash
ington, belongs to a distinguished Ot
toman noble family and is regarded
as one of the coming men of the Sul
tan's "diplomatic service.. The brtde of
today first met the bey two years ago
when vlsitlug" Berlin as the guest of
Secretary and Mra. Scholle or the
American embassy. She was present
ed at the kaiser's court and created
Considerable ot a sensation among the
military and aristocratic set on ac
count of her Gibson girl style.
' Parade of Negro Pythian.
" Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 14. Fifteen
thousand colored Knights of Pythias,
the majority of them In uniform, ac
companied by 25 bands, marched
through' , the streets of Indianapolis
today In the big parade which formed
the spectacular feature of the su
preme" lodge meeting and national en
campment of the order, which are be
ing held here this week.
Winnipeg (Manitoba) Trades and
Labor Council will move to have a
municipal fair wage officer appointed.
A recent : convention : of the Gtflo
Brlcklayars, Masons and Plasterers'
association by unanimous vote recom
mended the establishment. In ome
city yet to be selected, of a home for
aged or disabled members of the or
ganization. ;
The San Francisco Labor Day com
mittee has decided to offer prizes to
pupils of the public schools for the
best fssaya.on labor and the signifi
cance of Labor Day; also a special
,pr!ze..to be awarded to .thV school, .of
which a pupils obtains the first prize.
: The.workers in the Amsterdam dia
mond industry have a compact organ
ization. According to one of its rules,
no one can learn the diamond trade
without the consent' of the organiza
tion, and only children ot workers or
ot jewelers are eligible to become pu
pils, v
Nearly 200,000 new employes were
added to the pay rolls of the railroad
companies of the United States be
tween June 30, 1909 and June 30, 1910,
according to the annual report ot the
Interstate commerce commission. The
to:al on the last named date was 1,
699.420. v -
The state of Ohio has five free pub
lic employment offices, one each being
located at Cincinnati, Cleveland. Co
lumbus, Dayton and Toledo, under the
supervision of the bureau of labor sta
tistics. A report for the last quarter
gives in detail the number of people
assisted in procuring employment and
the total reachea 8,731. ,
fc a Oil-,. IV ',r,i
FIFTIETH ANNUAL
OREGON -STATE FAIR
rs (Sr-
SALEUr, SEPTEMBER 11-18, ton. "
; HOME COMING WEEK.;
LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND A GRJ CI LTURA L EXHIBITS, RACES
FREE ATTRACTIONS AD AMUSEMENTS.;
FERULLO'S GREA 1 1ST BAND
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. SEND- FOR PREMIUM
LIST AND ENTRY BLANKS.
f Frank Meredith, Secretary,
v Salem, Oregon.
BAKER BUSINESS
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GOLLEG
A la bam Governor Goes North,
Montgomery. Ala, Aug. 24. Gover
nor O'Neal of Alabama left the capital
today for a northern trip of several
weeks. He will speak at the meetfng
of the American Bar association' th
Boston next week and later will at
tend the conference of the house ht
governors at Spring Lae, N. J. He will
also confer with New York financiers
regarding the loan of 1100.000 which
will be needed by the state In Oc'o-
ber.
Only College in Eastern Oregon
A high grade school. Well established reputation
Many graduates holding good positions. Skillful, pains
taking teachers. LIVING EXPENSES THE LOWEST.
Let ustell you about OTHER ADVANTAGES.
Write " for -catalogue, also special terms as an induce--ment
enroll on or..befM,8eptember.fifth;.-:..-r-
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It's Hot question of whether yon ran afford
electric lights: the question Is ran you afford not
to have therat ' ", ' " ;
The rates In L Grande are so reasonable that
yoa needn't hesitate at the cost ; -Electricity
Is the modern light the only light
that Is healthful, safe and dean."
We'd like to figure on jour lighting proposltios
anytime. Jnst phone Main 31 and our man will
Eastern Grcgor Light & Povicr Co.
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