La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, October 09, 1911, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1911.
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O.FYT' TP II A -nPO are iir stock asrain
JFj-JL':'fF- Eii-4 "JTal 1 just received a new
f i NnxWr Rorl nfrl Rrnwn Thpsp snft bars hit vft hefm
lUi UllUI J) ava mm aa w w . - - 7
so pobiilar we have been unable to get them1 for 5 two
weeks but received a shipment toaay.
Hurry as the lot is small, meed
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NBIIL'IHUbtltS
Gil 10 GASE )
Cfunese Bluejackets Interest '
, An4 Are Interest:ed;In New cYork
j.SI'AIN CASE OCCUPIES
v THE DAY.
ALL
DRESS HATS
of all black vel
vet, large shaped,
trimmed with
baby Irish lace
and large bow of
satin ribbon. A
very attractive
model and the
most up to date
lines ever shown.
A dress hat good
for any occasion.
Ask to see it.
Priced at - -
10
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POPULAR
PRICED HATS
at $3, 4, 4.50 and
$5. we are show
ing a large line
of a great many
different models.
We have them
m any color or
colors. The styles
are becoming
and the very new
est. We are the
leaders in Millin
ery at this price. .
Let us show you.
Jh'j- likely to Get Cae Late
Etenlny Some Time.
This
(Rain did not prevent a flow of brll
liant oratory In the court house to
day when, just before the noon recess,
the arguments to the Jury in the
Snaln.casa were commenced. Attor
neys for and against the accused, John '
Spain, Henry McGrath and Zlbe Morse
consumed much of the afternoon
and If the case goes to the jury at all
todp..v. It will be late this evening gome
time. .
Rebuttal testimony occupied the
morning sess.ion and though It was
planned to be ready for the next case
at noon, the closing touches to the
spirited case occupied more time than
r
Riiccrc UAT;..-Wp wAfft fortunate in securing a line of
Misses Hats that for style and variety of assortment are
nM lUnfVi.ncrhut a thorouGrhlv nractical hat
shown in the lot. Bring in the daughter and see how
becoming these hats are. rricea i.ou w pw".
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nnrtnnt than the woman sunrage
If EIEIE
COMES TO LIGHT
UUEUtETED LO RIMER C03TM1TTE
INEARTHS FACTS.
lUwls of lltni-H and Tlldou Are pro.
Juctlve of Sw Sensations.
Chkago; Oct. 9. Sensational and
rjiew evidence Is announced here today
itor the Lorlmer Investigation which
beg in 8 tomorrow.. It is repotted the
.nmttree has uneartnea many. n i niPndments. ten
farts. The committee secured p, r-. - lmportance
r.taton to examine the books of fcd- om.
.T4 Hindi; the Chicago lumber mag- . overshadowed by
W-rd Tilden. the packer. , hni)0rtance of the
Jost -what the books will show is un
known. ' Senators ntlllnghan and
Jones are n'ready here to resume the
nnrtant than the woman sunrage
amendment. Among them is an
omonHmBnt nrhtph nrovideS for tD6
Initiative and the referendum In state
legislation. Other amendments pro
vide for the recall of the elective
officers o fthe state; for county char
ters and county home rule; for elimi
nating technical errors as a ground
rn. vaverani in criminal cases: for
direct legislation; enlargement of the
powers of the railroad commission;
the abolition of justice courts; for the
Inclusion of Judges of the district
court of appeals among those state
officers who may be Impeached; .pro
viding for a divided session ot fhe
legislature; municipal ownership and
for horniisfh organization In charter-
GLIMPSE OF YOURSELF.
'the much greater Importance of tne
other questions at issue.
iimnafiMfeatlon.
1FOMKS FAC1NU t'Kl'ClAL TEST
Continued from page one)
amendments have recelvedless con
l.leratlon (luring the psVcaPalgn.
.some dI them are really far more 1m
Explosion Kills Workmen.
New York. Oct. 9. Four workmen
wtere killed in a rock shaft. 60 feet
below the ground on the west drive
near 09th street today. They were
drilling when the dynamite exploded.
Superintendent Marlin and Foreman
Kearney were hurt( buf both will be
held for criminal carelessness,
Gt It by Reading a Gossipy Latter
You Wrote Ywars Ago. ,
There Is nothing' more Interesting
than to come across unexpectedly an
Intimate and gossipy letter that one
orrnto nnpseif ten or fifteen years ago.
In reading such a letter one Is looking 1
at oneself from the outside, une proc
ess is a tood deal like looking out of
the window and seeing oneself go past
In the crowd. The strange purt of the
matter Is that in reading such a docu
ment one Is generally Oiled witn a son
of pity for the fellow who wrote It
He seems to baTe been ratner uncer
tain of himself. He groped for his
facts and his ideas. Evidently be did
not know much. He was merely an
Imperfect adumbration of the admira
ble person who is now overlooking his
correspondence, eh? That Is the first
lmnresslon. But presently one feels
differently about It Those half baked
opinions may now have hardened Into
dogmas. We may now be cocksure
of what once we only surmised. But
who Is so hopelessly wrong as the
cocksure man? If the person one
was fifteen years aco could contem
nlnte objectively the person one Is
now ' perhaps be would pity the pur
blind dogmatist more than we pity the
cTonlns experimentalist New xorK
Mall.
j ! . ' Something to Show.
! "Do you mean to tell me." demanded
i Mr. Silllcus angrily, "that you actually
ordered $10 worth of groceries of a to
j tal btranger' at prices less than any
j wholesale dealer can buy them and
paid for them in advance . .
"Yes, that's what t said." replied his
better half.
'And you hadn't sense enough to see
that It was a barefaced swinaiei
roared Slllicus. "Well, your money's
gone now, and you have nothing to
show for It"
"Why, yes. I have. John,"- said his
wif. "I have the man's receipt for
l the' money."-Lipplncotf8.
A Bia Jab.
"That Is old Jed Wombat, onr oldest
InhaMrnnt.'
wh doesn't he get his whiskers
"Weil, he does start a dicker with
the barber every winter, but they ain't
never been able to reach no agreement
yet" Washington Herald.
Mia Cum.
"1 nave cured myself by learning to
"What have yon cured yourseir oir
Tho hotief that tf t remainea away
from the office for more than ten mln-
thlncr would
Dies ni luui-u uum j - -
go to the dkkens."-cnicago iwscoru-
Herald.
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Photos by American Press Association.
HE first Chinese warship that ever visited American waters has re
cently been anchored In the Hudson .river alongside New York city.
She Is the Hal Chi and she dlfTers but little In appearance and rma-
. r,nm onv Mhor hnttioahin nf similar size. Officers and crew are
uicut. . vij uuj vw-uw. ...w r - ...
all Chinese, and they were as deeply Interested In New York as New York was
Interested In them. One of the pictures shows a scene on the deck of the wea
sel, another shows the ship's band, which frequently played "The Star Bpan
gled Banner" as a compliment to American visitors, while the other picture
howa a stood of Chinese-American boy scouts on a visit to the Hal Chi
Most of the officers spoke English fairly well and many of them, graduates of u
American colleges, spoke it fluently and with little accent The principal offl- (
cers made official visits to Washington, and Admiral Ching went to Bewerly
to see President Taft -7 .y-
be
Forgot His "First Aid."
-nnt how does she know that
doesn't love ber?"
"Sbe fainted away the other evening,
and be didn't' kiss ber before be hol
lered for helps'Houston Post
As a Last Resort
Mother-I saw you kissing my daugh
ter. "
Yes. but only out of desperation
X couldn't think of anything to say to
ter." Fllepende Blatter.
Ambassador Bryee.Lays Cornerstone.
Hlngham. Mass, Oct. 9. Ambassa
dor Bryce today made the presenta
tion of the old "Mounting Stone,'
which Old Hlngham, In England, ihas
sent as a gift to this town. The mount
ing stone, or horse block, stood In the
village square of Old Hlngham for at
least 700 ypara. Today it was laid as
the cornerstone of the bell tower to
be built here as a memorial to the
first settlers of Hlngham.
high Bchoool an order was given Sat-
urday for some new Remington type-1
writers of latest model. This will add
to the completeness of the equipment
and Superintendent Stout Is putting
a great deal of attention on the com
mercial course this year, when, every
thing considered, makes La Grande'a
commercial department a first class
Institution of the kind.
School Buys Typewriters.
. To further perfect the equipment in
the commercial department of the
Fans Cannot See Games.
Philadelphia, Oct. 9. Sixty thou
sand dollars worth of fans are kick
ing here today because their money
waa refunded and they are not given
a chance of seeing the world's series.
Probably You Are Interested
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IVE CALL ATTENTION TO
OUR FINE LINE 0
An1 TV.1C fncf
Snuu i vy, iuji
Received
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. M.VJELLMMI & CO.
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$EE THE FUNNY SIDE.
Use Your S.m. of Humor Whin Dis
trsssing Situations Arise.
Humor proves to be the sawing
olnnsa nf mnnv a dtafroafllnir situation.
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xne iroUDie wuo miw 01 ua ia mm
we take our troubles altogether too
seriously. We fall to see the funny
side of thtnn that for the moment
concern us, even though we are quica
to erasD It when we are mere on-
lonkera.
In the face of aathered clouds that
a com to ahut out the sunshine forever
It is not a bad Idea to remind ourselves
that this old mother earth has been
revolving on her axis for countless
ages, that generations of men have
come and gone for thousands of years
and that the march of human progress
I hfl enno ricrht alone In the forward
direction despite what seemed to be
occasional setbacks.
"Lamth and the world laughs with
you. There Is humor In nearly every
situation If we can only see It from
the rlcht angle. Those of us who try
to smlla In adversltr and think how
much more laughable It would be It
conditions were reversed at least reel
less uncomfortable over It and take
pleasure In looking forward to the
time when the shoe will be on the
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r. N. Y.
You Ought to be Interested'
in the New Suits for Fall.
PROBABLY YOU ARE.
TOU WOULD EXJOY SEEING AND TRYING ON THE AT
TRACTIVE GARMENTS WE ARE NOW SHOWING AND WE
IHGE YOU TO DO SO AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE,
YOU MAY NOT BE READY TO BUY YET, BUT TOU ARE
CERTAINLY BEADY TO LOOK. WE ARE READY TO SHOW
YOU. ' .
WHETHER YOU ARE INTERESTED IN $10.00 SUITS OR $25.00
ONES-OR SOME PRICE IN BETWEEN YOU WILL FIND A
REAL LARGE ASSORTMENT HERE AND THE QUALITIES
AT EACH PRICE REPRESENT ' J ; fV! ! f1?!! LSiT
Values Unapproachable
MAY WE HAVE THE PL A SURE OF SHOWING THESE SEW
SUITS TO YOU SOON 11 it -
TONEY & SCR ANTON
Retailers of the Best of Everything Men Wear
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