La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, September 19, 1911, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1911.
PAGE 8
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
IroiaiBe 6roo
ESUniHGR I'JILL
DEJIERE
Cottoa Men to Discuss Weight.
COSES IX PLACE OF CHAMP
; CLARK TO LECTURE. 1 ,.
lie Is the Kansas Insurgent of Extra
t Importance. ' .
, THE DOTAL TAILORED MAX ALWAYS STANDS OUT FROM THE CROWD." YOU CAN ALWAYS
TELL HIM BY THE SUPERIOR FIT OF HIS CLOTHES. THE BEAUTIFUL CLOTH AND THE MORE
PROSPEROUS APPEARANCE OF THE MAN. LET US HELP YOU TO PAY LESS AND DRESS BET
TER THAT'S OUR BUSINESS, AND IT IS YOUR BUSINESS TO GET THE MOST FOR YQUR MON
EY.. IT ALL COMES BACK, EVERY CENT THAT GOE3 TO MAKEUP THE DIFFERENCE IN PRICE
BETWEEN A ROYAL TAILORED TO YOUR ORDER SUIT AND A READY MADE ONE. LOOK AT THE
READY TO WEAR SUITS. GET THEBR PRICES AND THEN COME HERE AND GET A ROYAL TAILOR
ED SUIT AT THE SAME PRICE AND LESS. WE HAVE SATISFIED THE MOST PARTICULAR MEN
IN LA GRANDE AND HAVE SOLD SOME OF THEM AS MANY AS FIVE SUITS EACH. CAN ANYr
THINO BE MORE CONVINCING THAN THIS? COME, JOIN THE ROYAL TAILORED MEX AXD BE ABS
OLUTELY RIGHT IN CLOTHES. .' . '"' . . ' . ' - . , :') ''.'' '
FIT, STILE, WORKMAN
SHIP GUARAXTEED.
TIIIXK OF THE MODEST
prices we ask; v
SUITS OVERCOATS $18 up '
Prof. J. D. Stout, manager of the
lecture course, has been advised that
Congressman Victor Murdock of Kan
sas will be sent here by thn lecture
bureau to fill the appointment of
Champ Clark who was to have been
here last season and was prevented
filling the date because of the special
session of congress. 1 ', .
AU holders of last, year's iscture
course tickets will have the oppor
tunity of hearing the Murdock lecture
without cost because It comes under
tin? old contract and merely fills the
date of Champ Clark. .
To those who are not familiar with
Vic Murdock it might be well to say
that there will be no disappointment
In this young man, He is one of the
inflammable' Insurgents, whether one
likes that feature or not. bu he will
deliver a good talk and give out some
good information. .-
Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 19. In ac
cordance with a call Issued by Presi
dent Williams of the Memphis Cotton
exchange a meeting will be held in
this city next wk, In which every
cotton exchange In the south has been
asked to participate. The purpose Is
to formulate plans for the supervl
s'.on.of weights, in American spinning
centers, to consider the amount' of
tare to be allowed and to discuss
ways and means for the establishment
of competent and satisfactory meth
ods, as well as places, for arbitration.
Other subjects of Interest to the cot
ton men of the south are likely to be
discussed at the meeting.
Taft to Sleak on Alaskan Affairs.
- Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 19. When
President Taft speaks before the Na
tional Conservation congress here
next week it Is probable he will make
clear the administration's future at
titude In Alaskan affairs. The presi
dent is understood to be determined
to settle as soon as possible the vexed
questions that confront development
In Alaska and may preach his doc
trine pot only at the convention here
but at other points -whicn fte win viu
during his tour of the west and north
west. " .
PEOFESSIOXAL DIRECTORY
PHTSICIAXS AXD SUEGEOXg
N. MOLITOR, M. D. Physician and
Surgeon. Corner Adams Ave. anl
Depot St. Phones: Office, Main 68;
Residence, 69.
A. L. RICHARDSON, M. D.
J. W. LOUGHLIN, M. D.
Drs. Richardson & Ioughiln,
Physicians and Surgeons
Phones Office Black 1362; Ind. 353.
Office Houre 9 to 11; 2 to 5; 7 to 8.
Dr. Richardson's Res. Main 55; Ind
212. - ,
Dr. Loughlin's Res. Main 757; Ind.
' 1297. . - -
Wells to Box AttelL
New York, S?pt 1 9. Matt Wells,
the English lightweight . champion
who recently received a big booat In
the estimation 'or New York fans by
the excellent ahowlag he made In his
fight with "Knockout" Brown, Is to
be seen In action in Madison Square
Garden again tomorrow night Un
less thene fa a slip-up In ithe present
Wells will face Abe Attell, the feath
erweight champion, who will emerge
from his temporary retirement in or
der to meet ; the Englishman.' Ac
cording to the agretnenit the two
fighters will wlgh In at 135 pounds
at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
,:,' Taft TImU the Sow. ' "
,v Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Sept. 19.
Tie second day of President Taft's
welcome and the crowd that thronged
the vicinity of the station and all the
streets of the down town section was
visit to Michigan brought him to this j probably the largest ever seen here.
famous gateway to me upper laaes.. vuiuig me yihuuib wcm umu; v-auou-ITnnn
his arrival here shortly after i fans from across the border, who were
noon today he found the city gaily attracted by th? possibility that In his '
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ident might have something to say on,
the all-absorbing subject of reclprocl-
ty. -'?' , :
Ward Is at Corning.
Corning, N. Y., Sept. 19. A heavy
decorated In honor of his visit Gov- public epeech, which was the chief fog prevented Ward, the aviator, from,,
rnor Osborn waa on hand to givo him feature of the day's program, the pres- resuming his flight today.
Marquette Ready for Taft.
Marquette, Mich., Sept. 19. Mar
quette has donned holiday attire in
anticipation of the visit of President
Taft who is scheduled to arrive here
from the Soo shortly before midnight
tonight. The president will remain
here until about 3 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon, when he will leave for
Grand Rapids. The program for. the
Marquette visit calls for a reception
on arrival and a brief public address,
to be followed by a luncheon and a
visit to the college of mines end oth
er places of interest in and about the
city. . " ; V; . ; "'. ,-
a H. UPTON. Ph. G. M. D. Physician
and Surgeon. Special attention to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office
in La Grande National Bank Build
ing.; . Phones: Office Main 2; Resi
dence Mais 32.
ATTORXEYS AT LAW
COCHRAN & COCHRAN Attorneys.
Chaa. E. Cochran and Geo. T. Coch-
Building. La Grande, Oregon.
T. H-. CRAWFOffiD ROBT. S. EAKlN
; CRAWFORD & EAKIN Attorneys
at law. Practices in all the courts
of the sta.te and United States. Of
fice in La Grande National Bank
Building, La Grande, Oregon.
: r Cnrlerg to Honor art Grey.
' Montreal, Sept' 19. Members of
the Royal Caledonian Curling club of
this city have arranged io go to Otta
wa tomorrow to present Earl Grey,
on the eve of his retirement from the
governor genralshlp, with a memento
it his stay, in Canada,' which at the
same 'time will be a token of tht?ir
appreciation for the interest he has
manifested In their favorite sport The
souvenir Is an inkstand in the shape
if a small curling stone, cut out of
Canadian onyx, and ornamented with
N Silver. - '
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For Men
OUR IUU FALL STOCK IS XOW COMPLETE. ; IT S AX EXHIBIT EM
KODYIXG CLEYER COXCEPTIOXS OF GOOD TASTES AXD COMBIXIXG
ALL THE XEW STYLE FEATURES l THE SEA SOX. IT IS LA
GRVXDE'S FOREMOST EXHIBIT TO WHlCKT EVERYOXE IS IXVITED.
TO COME AXD LOOK, STAY AS LOXG AS AGREEABLE, ASK QUES
TIONS AXD BE SHOWX. v . ; , v ..;
Enral Carriers Meft
Milwaukee, Wis., Sapt. 19. A pro
posal that rural carriers be permit
ted to furnish lists of people along
their routes to business bouses and
the adoption of the domestic parcels
post will be discussed at the annual
convention of the National Rural Let
ter Carriers' association, which open
ed In this city today. The carriers are
of the opinion that these two steps
would go far toward wiping out the
annual $25,000,000 deficit In the mall
service. u
D. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer,
Baker City, Oregon.
DBS. UXDERWOOD & UXDERWOOD
Physicians and Surgeons. ;t
DR. H. L. UNDERWOOD
Special attention to diseases and
; surgery of the eye.
DRl DORA J. UNDERWOOD
Specialist for women
' Offices. Cor. Adams & Depot, over
Wright Cos Drug Store. '
Phones Main 728; , Main 22.
GEO. W.; ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 1
8, 9 and 10. Phones: Home 1332
Pacific. Main 63; Residence, Black
951. Successor to Dr. F. E. Moore.
O. T. DARLAND, CHIROPRACTOR.
not Drugs, not Surgery, not Oste
opathy Consultation free. Room
20, La Grande National Bank Bldg.
Xotlce for Bids.
Seated bids will be received by Rev.
Peter Heuel, at WallowaOregon, un
til Sept. 23 rd, at 6 o'clock p. m., for
excavating and building a concrete
basement for the Catholic church at
Wallowa. Specifications may ba seen
at ' Father Aalder's residence, La
Grande. He reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids. 9-19-3t
A Su
perb
Style
Show
FULL OF FASCINATING INTEREST
for all men who like to know what to
wear - - - .'. ;
ALL THE XEWEST AXD MOST EXCLUSIVE SUITS FAULTLESS IX
STYLE, UNSURPASSABLE IX BEAUTY AXD UXEQUALLED IX QUALITY
AIRE XOW BEIXG SHOWX HERE. v '
Handsome New Fall Styles in Suits for Men and Youths
Designed and tailored by America's foremost style producers from
the ni?west:fabrlcs. and offered to you here at our well known prof-
A College for Millers.
Sate College, Pa., Sept. 19 A school
for millers, said to be the first ever
opened In the United States, has been
established and will begin its ees
slons at the Pennsylvania State Col
lege tomorrow. The school Is -to be
under the direction of B. W. Dedrlck
the college instructor In milling and
mill engineering. Applications for
admission to the school have been re
celved from prospective millers all
over the country. , .
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THE SEASON'S NEWEST HATS AMD
CAPS.
In a large range of atylea and shades
at very attractive prices considering
the (excellent qualities! Get your new
hat now.
U sharing prices.
Eight now Is the tlm you should ac ,
quaint yourself with the season's new
est styles. Com, here and see them.
We want to st?U you your clothes this
fall. We've made the values big
enough to deserve your patronage.
mm y & scmmoN
, v $12M to KOM.
OUR SEW FALL SHOES FOR MEX
Combine all the Important features of
style, fit and service possible to get
at any price, yet our prices are wry
moderate.' ' . ; '
The Store that Satisfies
Pardon for Walsh!
, Washington, Sept. 19. A statment
was made here today that John Walsh
the Chicago banker who is serving a
term in Leavenworth federal prison
will be paroted this week. Walsh has
an excellent" prison record. He will
return to his family.
Revenue Officers Iu Conference.
Detroit Mich., Sept. 18. The first
general conference ever held by Unit
ed Stalks internal . revenue ' officers
began In this city today and will con
tlnue over tomorrow. Between 200
and 300 officers are in attendance. Nu
merous matters relating to the bet
termient of the Internal revenue ser
vice are scheduled for discussion.
Bigr Stakes at Detroit Metfng.
Detroit. Mich.. Sept 18. Detroit
second Grand Circuit race meeting,
held in connection with the Michigan
state fair, opened today and will con
tlnue until next Friday. The program
provides for 20 "events, among the
winners of which $45,000 will be distributed.
, C. PRICE, D. M. D. Dentist. Room
23, La Grande National Bank Build
ing. Phone, 'Black 399.
DR. P. A. CHARLTON, Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Brug store,
La Grande. ' Residence Phone, Red
701; Office Phone, Black' 1361; In
dependent Phone 53 ; Both Phones
at Residence. "
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and
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