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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1911)
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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
FRIDAY, OCTOSEK 19UJ.
Muscat and May
City Gocey and Bakey
The Home of Fancy Groceries. Phone Main 75
TWO HUICDRED DOLLARS ASD
FEES IS TERDICT. -
Case Comes ito an End Late Last Even
ing When YenEet Is I8erhed.
Two hundred dollars with Interest
at eight per cent from January 1st,
1911, until the present date and an ad
ditional sum of 40 for attorney's fees
was the sum allowed D. C Brlcboux
in a Jury decision reached at 6 o'clock
last evening. The Jury had been de
liberating about four hours when It
renched Its agreement and the Spain
case was halted last evening for a few
minutes that the jury's verdict might
be reported in.
Tie sum represents fees for locating
tno claims, one for Mason Bullard and
one for Nellie Bullard, both of this
city. D. C. Brlcboux was the complain-
Women to WaXch Polls.
San Francisco, Oct. 6. The suffra
gettes organization today Is arrang
ing to have 4j0ttd wwnea watch the
polls on Oct. 10 when the state wide
primaries and a nuniher of constitu
tional : aim aiiments. Including the
proposition of $at mrffraga will bo
' It is believed that this number will
be necessary to enabte tfte wwmem to
work In shift from a. ra. to C p. m.
They will follow out the plan of the
Washington suffragette ef distribut
ing suffrage literature ft th vicinity
of the polls, which was very aaccess
ful in the northern state.
Jo Ho PE RE,
La Grande's Leading
Ooposlto C S-Xanl Offleo A iams Aveiao.
Uptown office Main 720
Residence phone Main 25 ,.
E. L BUSSEY
Talk Across Ttecfffa.
San Francisco, Oct. 6. Wireless has
conquered the Pacific. A San Fran
cisco operator in the United Wlreles9
station at HHIcrest got into communi
cation with the. Japanese operator In
the Join station at Otehtsi on the Is
land of Hokushu. Although they were
separated by 6,000 miles of water
they exchanged greetings and talked
for 15 minutes before atmospheric
changes caused communication to be
cut off. x
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, Tablet to First President." J
Washington, Oct. 6. In the pictur
esque village of Falls Church, Va., nine
miles from this city, a marble tablet
placed upon the outer 'wall of the Old
Falls Church edifice in honor of Geo.
Washington,, was unveiled today with
exercises conducted by the town chap
ter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution. Gen. Washington served
for 20 years as warden and vestryman
of the church, which la one of the old
est and most historic In this section
of the country. The first church build
ing is believed to have been erected
about 1709, while the present edifice
was built In 1734 with material which
was brought from England.
Notice of the Meeting of the Board oL
Notice 1b hereby given that the cou&t
ty board of equalization for Unions
county, Oregon, will attend at the
court house, La Grande, on Monday,
October 16, 1911, and publicly exaxor
lne the assessment roll, correct all
errors in valuation, descriptions or
qualities of land, lots or other prop-
erty, as assessed by the county assos
isor, and it shall be the duty of all
persons interested to appear at tine
time and place given.
All persons having grievances re
garding the 1911 assessment may ap
pear before such board and present
their affidavits containing grounds for
complaint. All such affidavits must bo-
presented during the first week of the
meeting of the board.
D. M. CLARK, "
Assessor for Union County, Oregon
The Implicit eonndence.that inany
people have In Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea . remedy is
founded on their experience In the ubo
of that remedy snd their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysentery that it has
effected. For sale by all dealers.
To Honor Sioholns Burray Butler
New York, Oct. 6. Ten thousand
guests have been Invited to attend the
testimonial dinner to be glve toraor-
nlght in honor of Dp. Nicholas
cans and:ac2sfih3 for
Full line oj
PHqNE vMAlHj 4- iv
Murray Butler, president of Columbia
university. - The affair is to.mark the
completion of Dr
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as administrative-head of the instltu- versity has gruw-n to be the largest,
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