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LA GliAXDE E YES IN 0 0J3JSE1. VEJ t, FItlDA Y, 'SEPTEilBER 1, 1S11.
1 HE OBSERVER
. Editor ana Owner,
Zslerti at the aet-tonjce si La Grande
u seeosd-clais matter.
CiHy, single ropy
ErJly, per week, ,
t0yt per nenlk.
ms ,)aI,ti wi ti r- i si
I I 1 2
3 H6 7 8 9
7 10 19 0lf22g3
tbe program and the location of the
next concert. If this were followed
closely It would be found Ibat people
generally would turn out In even
greater numbers. At present many
will ask when la be next banB cos
cert and where is it to be beld. With
thls information at band in the borne
tbe entire family would prepare to
go down town that evening and enjoy
This suggestion la not offered in
tbe way oi criticism but merely to as
sist an enterprise which tbii paper
la ever ready to help.
9F TH5 MONTH.
This is tie day when collectors are
A-plenty. ' Wbett til month's business
is thrbwh Upon an exhibit sheet and
h& t-iUzen It lb formed of what 'he has
CO.raE.DABLE ACTION BY ALL.
In reaching a settlment of the tele
phone trouble at Enterprise, both
sid'es of tbe question are 4o be com
mended. Tbe business men and tele
phone users 'displayed business judg
ment by, allowing tb matter to be
settled by a committee of expert men
who were versed In the subject of
reaching a fair recommendation to the
public, and the telephone company
throwing open the company's books
' j iO Itf - lUA U.wM .- "MUO-U bW WW
Khem over. The final outcome is a
business betterment to all concerned.
THIS IS MY 43RD BIRTHDAY."
Henri Bourassa. leader of tbe Que-
purchaaedAai. how much he owes.- ,Wlec Nationalise and'ona o the most
but the first of the month settle-
tneist is th only system to follow un
i less, better yet. the cky of T-a Grande
as whole would go on a cash basis.
; Paying cash or having very short set
tlements Insures lasting 'business
notable figures in the ranks of those
now fighting the return of the Laur
ier government In Canada, 'was bor.i
in Montreal, Septembrar 1, 1868, and
was educated by private utors in that
city. In 1886 he remved to Montebello
friendships, wBile the long book 8C-f and for 8veral years was mayor of
count with Its chance for disputes, and
-chances for customer and merchant
to disagree is a relic of early "day bus
iness and should be dispensed with.
La Grande, generally speaking, is on
that place. He entered federal poll
tics o 1896, in which year he was
lected to the dominion house of com
mons. ' Three years later he resigned
his tt?a in order to vindicate his po-
South African war. He was re-elected
by acclamation in 1900 and was again
Adams Express company, diel
in Watertown, Mass. Born in
. Andover, Vt., June 18, l?04,
1878 The repeal of the 'national
bankruptcy act became effect
.. ' ive. '
1894 Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks died in
Waltham, Mass. Born there on
' January 30, 1816.
1899 Great dramatic festival In hon
or of Bjornson, Ibsen and Grieg
opened in Chrlstlanla, Norway.
SEW DENTISTS AREIYE;
Come Overland from Salt Lake la .Ma
chine Open Offices Here.
Dr. and Mrs., A. Zimmerman, trav
eling in a Veil car and accompanied
on the trip by Dr. and Mrs. Bragan
have arrived in La Grande, complet
ing a journey thai commenced at 'Salt
Lake and the two doctors will open
dental parlors over the NewIIn drag
store at once. The two doctors are
well known dentists and have branch
offices In several ef the larger East
ern Oregon towns now and hope to
make La Grande a permanent' .office.
Ui.' ;. ..:.
Referring to their trip overland the
gentlemen say they ; hate seldom
seen such fertile country as they
found In Eastern Oregon and - com
pared with much. of the dry. area of
Idaho which hey passed through the
Eastern Oregon district la a paradlsi.
The two gentlemen are now making
arrangements to open their offices
here at once. '" :.; . . v, ,.
GLOVE EXHIBITION TONIGHT.
a good basis in that collections are j Mon'on the constitutional aspect of
made monthly and the only important ,the participation of Canada In the
hange to follow., would be a strictly
cash proposition. Did you ever stop
to think what it costs to keep books.' successful In the general election of
4o wyjVcounts,- to pay collectors, l904- A ft member of parliament Mr.
which "Along, with percentage of bad 'Pouraisa was regarded as, brilliant
1 secouiks that: are bound to accumu- nd ;; f? r tt'.ve,;', He at .'-Urst ; supported
late, runs Into quite a sum during the - latterly criticised the LaurW
year. The consumer' must pay these government ,u Through his , Montreal
1 expenses else tins merchant can not newspaper, and In hlg speeches,' he Is
stand on his fept n '-miifii hetier advising the electors of Quebec to
t- --.. . t. . . . a . , 9 ' I ' I
' . 1 . . -. . . i . . tint. i A 1 1 ii'h lnv - alnMtnn n a a 1 v. o. I
. ii woum ne it people Dougm wna tney i mc v "i""jB s'i
bad the money to pay foajnnd didn't buy Laurler and the txtsnslon of the Can
any more. It would ''revolutionize B111 navy. 'coin tracts for which are.
traslness. curtail the worry of the aboui to be let., ,j .
business man.' encourage economy
among tbe public' 'and ' ba . th beat
thing that could possibly occur. .
APPREdTION OF THE BAND.
The large crowd In attendance
THIS DATE IN HISTORY.
; y September .1;
-Lydla (.Huntley) Sigourney, the
noted author, born in Norwich.
Conn. Died In Hartford, Juns
ths band contert last evening lndK".;iS49 A convention met H Monterey
catea th true-' sr'edatlon of ' tha't"' r'.-'.. nd framed ' constitution for
musical oganizvukfs'lt was a mat- 5.' California. , .
,; tar of comment rji9tte,r" music Is' 1FC0 Prince of Walei laid tlr'corner
being plaxe'a ,?ui.rt j'eV organization j ttone of the parliament, ouild-
Bob Lyman and Ben Jenkins to 0
Bob Lyman, a local boy handy witi
the gloves, and Ben Jenkins, former
ly of. Montana- but now located in this
city will go jthrce rounds tonight at a
smoker given by the Eagle lodge of
this city. The two boys are both ex
cellent adepts with the gloves and as
th3 audience will be comprised en
tirely of lodgemen and a few invited
gutsts, the treat -will not b-j open to
everypne. The boys are not evenly
weighted tnttngn Lyman hopws to hold
his own in ' the sparring match by
cleverness of foot and hand. Jenkins
is '.unplovrd by Lyman's father here
and the young men were matched to
give their many local friends a chance
to se? how ' the fellows act in the
i 1 L3
:-:-: V0LTEX FALL STYLES RECEIVED :-: :
INSTITt'TE TO BE CONDUCTED.
Services Will Be Held This Evenln
at the Baptist Church.
Rev. J. D. Spiingston Sunday school
secretary for Oregon and Washing
ton, will begin a 8unday school In
stitute at the Baptist church this eve
ning at 8 o'clock, continuing over
Sunday. All Sunday school workers
are Invited and will be welcomed.
prevails now thanever hefor-!. Tbe
lnga at Ottawa.
leader and director has reason to be ( 1861 Gen. V. S. Grant -took command
proud of the efforts made and each i of the department of southeast-
member has the thanks of a generous
community enterprise from which no, 1864 Delegates from Nova Scotia,
; remuneration accrues. - j . i ... Niw Brunswick and Prince Ed-
One little suggestion presents ittelfj ; J : ward -Island mt at Charjotte
and that Is the mora extensive adver- j'- ' town to consider the federation
flalng of the concerts. The OLserv-j , ;'' movement, ; V . "' :
r columns are always open to the '-1875 '"Molly Magulres" murderel
band and for two days In advance of . two miners at Raven Run, Pa.'
the concert we would be glad to run 1877Alvln Adams, founder of " the
" DeKtM to Get Trial.
Los Xngelea. Sept. t.---McDavlt, the
dentist, was given a preliminary hear
ing yesterday and held for action of
the superior court In the Jessie Mc
Donald case whom he heltf -prisoner
for 15 months, and was rusnen to-i-os
Angeles, 'in- .machine secretly today
and lodged 'ln jill because the offi
cials feand mob violence. McDon
ald will not talk. :'', ,'N-.' ;
It Is reported Mrs. McDavIt will aue
for 'divorce.. ,' '' - ..;,':'" '
A Strong Modern
Efficiently conducted, nofrc-nly la the Interest of K stock ;
.holders, bat of it depositors and patroas as well
..With officials well known and trate in th comraonlty.
With capital, gn'u and nndhlded profits of t21fl,000.000 '
, and total resources of $I,(M0,0(KM)0. . '
The La Craade National Bank offer to flrros, corpora.
, Hons and individuals tbe bet banking service, and its ofn-
cert ask a personal Interview with thoe contemplaUng
, chaaglns; accointa or owning new ones. '
La Grande National Bank
- LA GRANDE, OREGON.
CAPITAL . . $ 100,000.00
. . l.odo.ooo.oo
Fred J. Holmes, Pi es.
F. L. Meyerk, Cashiet
W. J. Church, Vce Pres.
Earl 2urtdel,ss'i. Cashier
rr ijii f
Many becoming mcdek in nqv Fall and r'
Winter ready-to-vear garments now on
display in bur LADIES -R
We invite your inspection" of our entire
line of high quality merchandise. Our
large force of competent salespeople will
I ?at all times : extend ycii every courtesy; f
l M.wl A-l-M 'm0 mm.mm mmm. ft- J aal as. taai m ' ' - A-
fkr M tkt U
Wolts: Price is not higher.
$50,0Q 0 spentearly; for 3
,...'.'.'!' ''''.'''"'. ''V "'i'"-"' 7 ' h '---' '' ''''' .'' V'"' -," r.'-t''
les o. bacteriological tests of scrap
ings taken from public cups.
A number of .animals inoculated ,
with germs secured, from the Bcrap-
Scotland, and. vicinity have gone on the age of 14 are employed : in tflills: i
Btrite for shorter hours and higher In the, match.' and tobacco factories
wages.-', : ''i ' : '' - - .ntan. children under tn years are-
An nrrtfr of ..he secretary of the employed. ' : ';.: : .,
lngs died and all manner of : filth interior4 of Denmark prescribes sanl- .NsjotlatSons between the'ocials of
germa were discovered,., , v , ; '. -', tary and other 'conditions in bakeriea ':ne CBJsapeake" and OHio , Railway
: land confectionarte. - , - -V- i company ana tne. ripresentaua of ;
German Veterans jt Onuih
r . ' ' " '''- ' ' ttA i-.i-'nii. Anntn.rn,. ...i-.j .
" A branch of the Anti-Japanese "'"""'cu '
( Laundry league has been organized in,119 nop on;.th system, looking to-j
redg of n.tihnrt ri 'nm'nr,- h : i.nnAr; ward an Increase .In pa have beoi?
Omaha,-Neb., Sept. l.-Hundredg of Oakland. ;Cal., among the : laundry
tierman veterans, memDers or tnc
National Veterans' association, have j.
worekrs, owners and drivers.
r Ninety-flva osr cent of the drua
nmved In Omaha for their, annual I cierkg at San JoMf Cal.. are organ-i-i.nventlon,
which will hold forth here k B,. ,Aft . ncri.
dunng.ine nexi.iew aays. in cor
broken off. The company practically
refused to make any, advances and a
strike vote" hs' been ordered o bs
taken. V' Vf Vv-P - ..'
Jurction with the convention of, the
national association, will be held the
annual meeting of , the Western Ve'
crnns' association,' embracing . the i
states of Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska und
South Dakota.; -The two organlzj
tlons will Join In a big parade n xt
Monday.. . ,: . ."'',"' ., ; .' '-
.v, steni'.';.gjtoechs Prepared.
organization in the near future.
The unemployed ration of this Asso
icated Blacksmiths and Iron Worker,
of Great Britain, was recently lesa
than three-quarters of one per osnt.
The Kansas State Federation of La
bor has started a campaign for a law
forbidding women in Kansas to work
more thn nine -hour out of 24. ; . ,
-Tie organiBd Vakera of Mlnneapo
)is, Minn!,; IjaAe . decided to establish
a co-operatlvejbakery In hat city and
the: preliminary 'eteps . have already
been taken. . . ;- ,'..' 'v'
After 20 years of service all j)ost-
- Rockefeller Stay- at Home."
Poughkeepsla, X Y., Sept. 1. ."John
D." will not Join the membera of the
Rockefeller family at tbalr reunion.
here this week. He sent' his greetings
Din rriimmea at nou,'
Deter)y,-. Sept." . 1. President Taft
began the preparation ;ot the speech
es wlilch he will make during- his
western tour. . Friends declare Taft
believes a majority of the people ap- masters and clerks In Germany re
prove hlB actions and that he will de- cslve.a pension from the government,
xlare the oply proper method of deal--and after 40 years a full penBl6n','in
lng with the tariff is by scientific re-1 addition to the regular salary; i A
yiBion mrougn . tne tarirp Doara.-. his
invasion of the west la, looked u pom as
one of the biggest factors In the re-
nomlnatlon" light.- ' -j. : ; .
'.; Joy Riders Killed. .
North Vaklma; Sept. l.--Stalled In
sand ballasting of the Northern Pa
cific- tracks near Toppenlsh. . a ,Joy
ria.ng parry oi nine was sirucii oy
paaaengrr train arly L; today. Milbs
Frankle Vauihu waa thrown under
the locomotive and waa Instantly kil
led. Kd Smith, a traveling salesman
of 'Seattle, died later of his injuries.
Miss Rae Scott, sustained a broken
leg. Others Jumped from tbe machine
nnd are uninjured.
Portland Bauitib Cap.
Portalnd, Ore., Sept. l.--The public
drinking cup waa banished from Ore
gon .today by order of the atate board
of beak h. .
Bubbling fountains end individual
drinking veesels took the. . common
cup's place official !v.."--he schooR
railway """ " nn---,
a-"" -. - V "' ! I ' . . ' . '..4
S0TES FROM THE LABOR,
I-' ';; .. S; WORLD. .-.,;.;;.;.
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v; r: ' t. :' i; ..- x
There are-15 trade mlona In China.
There are now 106 unions in' the
Hebrew trades-ot New York. .-: , ,
Within the last 40 years the number
of women work,era In France has al
most doubled. ' : ' - ;
Organized railway men in Glasgow,
R A If Aarff
v nu.tfiijinu $
LOST Black auto, cushion between ,
")"lver. Reward ; Leave at Observer
: office.' '.". '', v , '.) ig-SHt '
FOR SALE A desirable home!, on rea
sonable terms and easy payments; ;
'a nine-room ; house,; with; acre of
- laijd; good location." Address P. O.
a 1QX 254, Wallowa, Qrt (A. 19, 8 19.)
FOR. SALE Dry chain wood in any
Quantlty.- ll.'eo per cord at the Per
i .ry , yards. JSxande Rondav Lumber
company PejryV Ore."' Xl e-15-tt ;
InqulreDr. A. L.
. ; e '', , 8-4-ff "
All available statistics of -wages hi-i
ji ' ..I
uivip tmai consiueraoiy more tnai)
one half, probably two thirds,-of. ih?
Udultrmale wage earners in Americn
reveiyi KB man uu annually,
FoiMhe "fifth time ica year an 6(- ,H. 8.aLB-Two steated trap in first
ure im .uciDg ujaue-io organize tne
freight handlers in;n'tarIo,; and es
peelally thps'sjn Toronto. There are
about one 'jnousaiMl, two hundredn
the pronto, terminals.' .v
.4Tbe secretary-treasurer of the in
ternational Brotherhood of Locomo
tlve Engineers and Firemep reports
that the disbursements for sick and
funeral benefits during the month of
July amounted to $177,250. ' '.'
More than two fifths of the 1,000,000
factory hands in Japan are women
and children. 70.000 children under
WATED Two -or three rooms furn- .
t ished, or thre or four rooms unfurn
ished. Jio children. Phone Main 735
8-22-tt ;.;.(!',T' , '.": - ,:,v . :
A Liacoln, -I had been
ailing for some ;w th ,r ;t tic conitip-'
ChamberlaiuV ipms ''' -r Tablet. "
a-ji in 1 !i r ' ! - ' w awl
jot bctn J . - t - ' V tiimIH V
lirl in L ;. ' " )
Mint Marshmallous in 10c tins
Barallona Filberts V v
FlUippi Almonds Cre,m t?u, v
Toasted Rolls Peanut Batter Flavor
THEY ARE ?