La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, September 01, 1911, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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    LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911.
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If youcould 'peek; a tlie label
on ;the Suits of the -Swell; dress-
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ed men: or mis
they
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J23SEK3E
An article that has real
:
.i.,...m i im liftMime DODular. That
Buuuiu
such Is the caiw with Chamberlain
Cough Remedy has been attesieq or.
many dealers. Here l one of thern.J
H. W .Hndrlekson, Ohio Falls. Ind.J
writes. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is the best for toughs, colds and croup j
nA la mv best seller." For sale by ;
all dealers.
eod
The date for Newport s annual ciam j
bake has ben et far Saturday, Sep-
t-mbr 2.-" " t ' j
FRATERNAL ORDERS F II
9 uiia-Jii.
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-L . A. VI. i- "
41.A F. ft A, M. l- meet
lngs first aid tuirtf Saturdays at
7:20 i. m. Cordial welcome to all
Hasons. L ii. HOYT.W. ML
L. C WILLIAMS. Secretary.
8. P. O. E. La Grande Lodge No. 43J
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock is Elk's flub', corner of De
pot street and Washington arena.
VIIUng brothers are cordially la
vlUd to attend-
H. J. BITTER, E , tt
, VMM rriC Ta Ucw
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 1SJ W O. W
meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. balL Ail visiting
. reebers welcome.
D. FITZGERALD. C. C.
v J. H. KEEN'ET. Clerk.
. W. A.--La Grande Cm? No. 7703
meets every Monday in tna mouth at
the L O. O. F. ban. All TlsiUng
neighbors are cordially tnvlteJ to
, ' fttteod. '
E. E. DANIELS.
; ;. KD HKATH. Clerk.
1 JKBEKAHS t'rrsial Lodtce No, M
meets every Tuesday evening '
I. O.; O. F. hall. Ait tlsHIiig '
ber are invited to 'f tni
MISS HELEN MeLALGULlS. N. G
1IS9 ANNA ALEXANDER. 8c
'. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Croa
Lodge No 27 mrM every Mona
olght in Castle hall, (old Elk's ball.i
A Pythian welcome to all lstttni
Knights. " ""'
;.. : .", jess pauu a c. .
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. ft B.
O. E. P. Hope Chapter No. 13, O. B
C. bo11 stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays o
etch month. Visiting members cor
dlahy Invited.
CARRIE B HUNTER. W. M.
MART A. WARNICK, 8V
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X. I'I'.UV. 10 Oar KIIUU III! V hi
j, malic Water systems 10 you. vie naie nsiui-u m -iwuuiy j
i. Poor Farm. "Why not have bath room, hot and cold water, alee 2
H lawns and also Are protection for
i Inch stream at 93 pounds pressure in case oi ure. van ana ict as taae
U yon out and show yon one In every day operation.
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GRANGE HOLDS
LECTIO! S
WILL TIKE PLACE AT GRANGE
HALL SEPT. 20.
'
Grange Has Been narked by Rapid
. ' Growth la This .Territory. ':
The third annual education day of
Blue Mountain Grange No. 315 will be
held ott September the 16th at their
hall east of La Grande. The first meet
ing hVld two years ago was only a
local affair held upon the suggestion j
of the s-tate lecturer to assist in se
curing better rural schools but the
event proved so popular that it was
made an annual e;ent and the second
year there were 67 teachers present,
representing practically every part of
th3 county, while this year plans are
being made to entertain about a hun
dred. To assist In making the day a
success. County School Superintend-
ent E, E. Bragg, who la also chairman
of tho arande educational commktee, I
has called a county school meeting for
' . ... .
the same day. The program will In-
elude addresses and papers on lively i
eduratlonal questions by the leading
shakers of the county whll1 the read
ings, recitations and musical numbers t
will be unusually good. To accommo
date the visitors on that day the lo
cal grange will- build an addition on ;
thai, hall .ivhli h will f tpfUH r(t tlf 1
, . t.i. v. a ji i.n
used for kitchen and dining hall for
tl local meetings. Th local mem
bers of the United Amateur Press as
sociation will have an exhibit of the
work done by thai organization along
educational lines to assist in enter
taining the visitors. The meeting will
begin at 10 a. m.
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v CORSE,TS I
They luce In front. Think vihat
that means the elassle back
rorrect peine beautiful lines
ease of adjustment with abso.
lute comfort. The proof Is In the
fitting ;
Mrs. Robert Pattison
rerm-rre. Phone Black 141.
J.m.HutMU illA Mil A Pu... Pfl.tl -
uciuvhujiiv w w.v v. niT
your boniest Ton can have a 8-4
SHEET METAL WORKERS
made
you lea see
us.
tS&SESBB 9REKSS0S
i PROVE HEAVY)
WHITE SLATER HELD ON f 1,000
BO.NDS YESTERDAY.
White Slaver Given Preliminary Hear- -
Ins; Before CommNsion.
Pendleton, Ore.. Aug. 31. United
Im; j fiV: .
LOUIS
States Marshal Hamlin is en route to an urgent appeal for reinforcement
Portland today having In his custody from W. J. Furnish and other ranch
Chria Louis, th Greek who was ar- ers on the upper Umatilla river, above
rested last week in La Grande on a Gibbon, 23 miles east of Pendleton, i
white slave charge. He was brought
before United
States Commissioner
Vtda Johnston .yesterday afternoon
and bound over o the federal grand
jury "under $4,000 bonds. Falling to
produce-that amount he will be held
in jail at Portland until the meeting
of'thatjary;';:' .
Louis, wai formerly a cook at, the
QLwn'chop jiioose and it Is alleged
he .enticed Mrs. Grace Dlllmah, a 17-
i year-old girl: of hls city, to go with
nlu) tQ waHa Walla and later to la
(Grande. There she was found in
rooming house by the police odlcera
and sv? stated to them that sh5 was
being held, as the Greek's slave. Her
... ... M a
I husband in this city was notified and
swore out a complaint against the
, Greek who was brought here to ap
pear before the local commissioner.
Inasmuch as be is alleged to have
j taken the girl from one state to an
i other, the charge against him la a
federal one and he will to dealt with
o' he federal authorities,
SHIPMENTS BIG
ABOUT SIXTY TARLOADS
SHEEP READY TO SHIP.
OF
Chicago Market to Get Consignment
. From Wallowa. ;
f ;. . .
1 (Enterprise Record.)
From 50 to 60 car loads of sheep
and lambs, will be shipped from this
county to Chicago about September 10.
The number of c&r8 is being added to
daily so thene may be two special
train loads by the date of shipment.
J. H. Dobbin.; Graves Bros., Geo. 3.
Craig. Fred Falconer, Hanson Bros..
and a number of smaller growers will
con-irlbute to the shipment. Lambs
for the ntarkiot will be the principal
pint of the shipment, but stuff for
1 feeders will also go along and about
15 cars of wetners. a tratnload of
wethers Is talked of for later.
Abottt "0,000 bead will go out Sep
tember 10. The eastern market Is
reported stronger almost dally.
PVY TOO WATER3 RENT TOMOR
ROW. .:;'';
I 01 STOCK
you want : to;see miai s
toe you- 'Co
show New
i.utrSt
GIBBOfJ FOREST
FIRE SERIOUS
VOLUNTEERS SET OCT
' PENDLETON.
FB3H
Report
Indicate Flames Will
Mastered Soon.
Be
Pendleton, Aug. 31. Responding to
force of 50 volunteers, undr coin
mand
of Frank Earn'aart, departed
special coaches , attached to
aboard
train No. 10 at 1 olock this morning
for the scene of the blaze in the Wen
aha forest reserve.
A telegram from Earnhart to Dan P.
Smythe sent shortly before noon says
that the volunteers have been work
ing since their arrival and expect to
have the blaze under complete control
today. It Is burning in timber on ihe
north side of the river about one mile
above Gibbon station.
Last night's alarm reported that a
number of ranches along . the river
were threatened by the blaze, which
had broken beyond bounds and was
no longer undr control by the ranch
ers and a force of 40 men, who had
been exerting strenuous efforts for
two days to cheYk its spread. It was
reported at the same Urns that Wen-
aha Springs was threatened, but later
reports today say that the resort Is In
co danger.
The message from Earnhart to Mr.
Smythe says that For?st Ranger Sul
lens will remain on the job for sever
al days to guard against further out
breaks. -.
County Judge J. W.- Maloney, who
returned yesterday from the scene ofi
th3 fire brings the report that the five
was under, control and the damage not ;
heavy, asserted today that he believed ;
the reports from that section had been
greatly exaggerated.
Other reports, however, indicate
that thy fire is burning fiercely, and
while the timber Is not of a particu
larly valuable variety, the situation
has caused ereat anxiety to the
ranchers of that neighborhood.' .
Trainmen also, report a fire near
Kamela which has been burning for
several days. , ' ;
.. Last Report.
Just before going to press the fol
lowing dispatch was received by W.
L. Thompson;-. v ,
"Change In the wind has increased
fire danger. Boys having a time to
control If, are about exhausted. Think
should have at least ten frsh men
with good-leader on No. i8 tonight.
Must bring provisions and some bed
ding. Very important that fire be con
fined to present limits. .
MW. J. FURNISH."
Many Invited to Fair.
(Enterprise News-Record.)-
Governor West." Secretary of State
I Olcotty Senators Bourne and Chamber-
wear, let-
iT:'.:'.;.Eishibii.. plates,: .' they;
York latest
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Iain and Congressman Lafferty nave
all bein Invited' to attend Eastern!
Oregon's gwratest fair. There Is!
strong hope that West and Olcott will
accept and If they do a Governor's day
will be a feature of the week.
General Manager j. P. O'Brien and t
other prominent O.-W. R. & N. offl-T
clais have been invited and there is I
likely to be a Railroad , day. There
will ba a Union county day same as
last year with a special train from
La Grande."' ' -. ' ' j
President Miller was out north last
week in the interest of the fair and
reports splendid exhibits preparing!.
They are after the big county court
prize for the best precinct exhibit. ..'
Professor Sampson or Dr. Withy-1 j
combe, both of O. A. C will judge '
tfee stock. : v I
GLORIOUS HAIR.
That's the Kind Ail Women Have Who
. Use Parisian Saw.
If you are a woman and really de-
AfBLinebf Fresh
Fruit
and Vegetables
FOR SUNDAY
Sole Agents For 'Y-p:
CHASE and SANBORN'S
Teas and Coffee
- :.:';;:..Phone.;Mam
v.: - v - i
6?
us. oiiow
styles.
sire to have hair that fascinates aai
compels admiration then you want a
bottle of Parisian. Sage. " -
Women who use Parisian Sage nev-,
er need to be. aBhaned of their hair
because .it not . only , causes nair to
grow ' profusely but it puts life and
luster into it. , : 1
Of course It's splendid, also for men ;
and boys and girls, and it's rigidly
guaranteed to banish dandruff, stop
falling hair and itching scalp in two
weeks, or money back. Parisian Sage
is a delightful hair dressing and ev
ery member of the family should usa
It regularly, Large bottle 50 cents at
the Newlin drug store and druggists
everywhere.; -. , '.v. ;..
Running up and down stairs, sweep
ing and bending over making ; beds
will not make a woman healthy or ;
beautiful. She must get out of doors,
walk a mile pr two every day and
take Chamberlain's Tablets to im
prove her digestion and regulate her:
bowels. For sale by all dealers, eod
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