La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, August 26, 1911, Page PAGE 3, Image 3

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    LA UICANDE EVENING OESEIiVER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
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FRATERNAL ORDERS OF LA ? I
6 ' CRANDE. .
L V, ft A. M- i ('"Od- Oodgo No.
tngs flrtt and tturd Saturdayi at
7:30 p: m. Cordial welcome . to all
Masona. U M. HOYT, W. M.
a, C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
B. P. O. E. La Grande LoJg No. 433
meeta each Thuriday evening at 8
o'clock In Elk'a club, corner of De
. pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothei s are cordially In
vited to attend.' .
V v. H. J. RITTER. Ex. RaL
H. K. tOO LI DOE,' Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W O. W
meeta every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. halL All visiting
; ; meberi welcome.'" ' .'1.7
D. FITZGERALD, C. C. .
s J. H. KEENET. Qerk.
If. W. A La Grande Camp No. 7703
meeta every Monday In the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. AU visiting
, neighbors are cordially invited to
(. attend."'
V E. E. DANIELS,
. ;vv;' . ' ;..( ED. HEATH. Clerk.
F.EBEKAHS Crystal LodKe No. V
meets every Tuesday evening In th
I. O. 0. F. hall. All visiting mem
here are Invited to attend.
MISS HELEN MCLAUGHLIN, N. G.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, 8ee.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Croat
Lodge No : 27 meets every Monia
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall
A Pythian welcome to all vlsltlu
Knights. . - 1
' ; VV JESS PAUL. C C. '
R. L.' LINCOLN. "M. of K. S
O. E. P. Hope Chapter No. 13. O. K
C. hol'. stated commnnlcattons th
second and fourth Wednesdays , '
, each month. Visiting members cor
u.Na'iyJnvlted.y .";;,'
CARRIE B HUNTER. W. M.,
MARY A. WARVICK R - '
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STORAGE RATE
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STORAGE 134 TRANSIT BATES
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Xorthwestern Fruit Exchange Se-
cures Rates for Clients. I
(Issued by the Northwestern Fruit
,'. - Exchange.) '
Portland. Aug. 26. (Special.) The
Exchange js ust in. receipt of advance
Information from the varlouB trans
continental Jlnes to, the effect that its
efforts In behalf of the growers of the
entire Northwest to' secure storage In
transit rates, have at last metwith
sucoess, and . this ' privilege will be
published to take effect as soon as it
can . be arranged by the Interested
carriers.'' ' r... ;"! ;. '...-., :.
.The Exchange has worked Inces
santly along broad Uneg to secure
this privilege for the growers. It
has realized It as something of grow
ing and immediate necessity to the
Industry, and, has therefore used its
strongest efforts to the end that the
concession be obtained f.rom the rail
roads . ' . ' ,
; The value to the Industry of 'perr
mining storage in transit of boxed
apples will be readily appreciated.
Owing to'the perishable nature of tlie
commodity, and the very limited time
in which the entire output of , the
Northwest must , be harvested. It be
came apparent to students of the mar
keting end" of the industry that some
very vital change had to be Inaugur
ated prior to th-a time the Industry
outgrew its-limited states.
You will be kept fully advised as to
further progress. At the present
time we can only transmit' the good
news to you with the understanding
that the' storage ,In transit rates will
be published In time to take care of
the present season's apple crop., v
Did yon ever stop to consider the
benefit the boy or girt would have
If they had their teeth put Into
proer condition before commenc
ing the years work at school! "
We ase only up to- date pth-
m In -osr- work. - ExaiainaUon
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AT THE CHURCHES. A
, St. Peter's Church.
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity.
Holy ' communion . . . . . . , , . . . 8 a. m.
Morning service ............ .11 a.m.
UPTON H. GIBBS, Rector. .
'; Methodist Church.
At 11 o'clock will be preached the
. morning sermon at the Methodist
church. ; The evening address will be
given by Rev. L. C. Elliott while Dr.
uiuilan will go to Island City. The
Sunday school Is at 9:45 and the Ep.
worth. league at 7 p. m.
. :k J. D. GILLILAN, Pastor.
.. First Presbyterian Church.
Morning subject, "The - Immanency
of God.". : ; ' :
Evening subiect, "Why People Do
Not Become Christians."
There will be special music at each
service. . '
Sunday shcool at 9:45 a. m. Super
intendent, Mr..C. A. Small.
Christian Endeavor service, 7.00 p.
m. ; :y . , ' . ;J :: ,
Prayer meeting, Thursday, 8:00 p.
in. " '
REV. S. W. SEEMANN, D. D Minister
ChrlHtlan Science Service.
Christian Science service is held
Sunday at 11 a. m. at the German
Lutheran church building. The sub
Jec t of lesson sermon Ib "Christ Je
sus ; .. .'.'.";
' Catholic Church.
Early mass ................ 7:00a.m.
Late mass .............. ...9:30 a.ra!
Evening service .....'...... 7:30 p.m.
' To Nominate Madcro.
' City of Mexico, Aug. 26. The na7
tlonal convention of the Progressives
will convene here to adopt resolutions
and to formally nominate (Francesco
Madero for the presidency of" the re
public. ' ' - '
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Send to Chicago and pay 533.09 for a suit when you can get
a. Custom made suit made and tried on here for $33.00, good .Im
ported Woolens to select from; good .work. We hire six to ten tailors
and they spend all their earnings at Home.
We can furnish you a Send Away Suit or tailored suit they call it
for $12.00 and up measured by a tailor.
MILLMAJf ACCUSED.
Game M'arden Finds Stwam Befouled
by Edgings and Other Matter.
. . " (Elgin Recorder.) ,
Complaint having been made that
Claude Huffman, manager of the Ad
ams & Pilgram mill, about nine miles
from Elgin, on Indian cneek, was
throwing edgings into the creek and
burning them there, the city council
ordered Marshal Christiansen to visit
the place and make a thorough inves
tigation of the matter, In the Interest
of Elgin's water supply. Mr. Chris -tianson
went out Tuesday afternon,
accompanied by two state game war
dens, and found a very bad state ol
affairs existing. ' A forest reserve
man h.ad visited Huffman a short time
previous and had Instructed him to
quit the practice. On their return the
game warden notified District Attor
ney Ivanhoe at La Grande, and he
immediately notified Deputy Simmons
to draw - the necessary papers for
Huffman's arrest. Justice Barnes ap
pointed J. C. Christiansen deputy con
stable and Huffman was arrested on
Wednesday afternoon and brought be
fore the justice in the evening.
Mr. Simmons, of the district attor
ney's ofllce, appeared for the state, and
Messrs. Denham and Dixon for the
defense. The defense moved to quash
on the ground that the complaint was
not in proper form, In that It was
sworn to in the words "verily believe"
that the offlense charged had been
committed and, according to the de
cision, based on the constitution of the
United States, this did not give the
court Jurisdiction. The district ati
torney asked leave to amend the
complaint, but this was denied and
Huffman discharged. "
The ' district attorney immediately
proceeded to draw a new information
and i warrant was placed in the con
stable's hands for Huffman's re-ar
rest, but on looking for him It was
found he had left town.
IMPORflTAST bECISIOX REXDERED
La Grande Land Office Hands Down
Decision Upholding Entryman.
; v (Enterprise Chleftan.) ) ":.
Henry W. Downs' homestead entry
on the South Fork, six miles south
of Lostlne, has been upheld by the
La Grande land office, and the contest
Instituted by the government held for
dismissal. ; - . , , , , .
Mr.; Downs filed on the land July
28, 1903, and on April 26, 1909, sub
mitted final five year proof, but the
certificate was withheld upon protest
of the field division chief. Contest
proceedings were ordered Jan. 25,
1910,,'upon trio ground. "That the land
embraced in' this" entry Jg mineral in
character, aud.'chtefiy'i valuable' ther
for." '-'I. rl .'j' 't .-,,',!
i - Testimony wa3' taken In Eiiterprls
'last Spring,' th defendant bclot repre
sented 'by AtftirhevF J. 'iA.'f ttiii-irfipik.
Tho 'opinloH dfamlaalng "(1)3 ccmtosC
wrjlttrt ty ncccivtr CJ.R;' Kberhar
la i '(onrchonalye sn 'Bho'w's clea'rlt
the poar case mado out-rgalns'the
entry. It cays, "Dcfcro the govern-
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ment had half finished its case, it
must have been apparent to the spe
cial agent that the government had
signally failed In its contention; and
by the time the laborious, tedious and
Irrelevant matter about residence and
cultivation, which were not issues In
the case, was finished, it is disclosed
by the record that one whole day had
been consumed by an expert short
hand reporter."
It is further stated that the burden
of proof is Invariably on mineral
claimants to show that the land is
more valuable for mining than agri
SPECIAL mCES
at
Post Office Confectionery
Cigarettes, 5o to 25c; Large Size Oranges. 40c a dozen; Ice Cream, 5;
Soda Water, 2, for 15c; All kinds of Cigars, Gum and Candies. Fruits,
and Nuts, Post Cards and Stationary.
Tom Kapellas
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for the same reason that makes it
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great Railroad Svstems. It keeps
accurate time in spite or tha
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machinery and fast traveling. :
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cultural purposes as a present fact;
not that It might pcsBlbly hereafter
develop minerals in Buch quantities
and of such character as to establish
its mineral value. .
It is recommended that the final
certificate issue and the entry pass to
patent without further hardship or
delay. .'
FOR RENT A suite of two furnished
rooms, sunny and neaC". Ideal for
two or three young men. Close to
school. 1201 Eighth street, by tu
"gravel pit. . ' ':' .
propietor.
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