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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
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,JLi A GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, . . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12-1911.
SEW YORK GIAST8 TO GO INTO WORLD'S SERIES SATURDAY WITH THE ATHLETICS. "
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HEW FRONT IN
XJiTBANCE, PROTRUDES FAR BACK
IX LIILDING. :
vCSarii liter Building Sow Rein;; Furnish
-failed Within by Leasee.
Tne California front to the new
Sardinler building on Adams avenue
liaa been completed and S. H. Dalton,
-who will occupy the place shortly
now constructing the shelving with
in tie building. The front of the first
floor is made so as to give a great deal
of display window space, notwith
standing that the building is narrow.
The entrance runs back into the cen
ter -with windows on either side and
la theBame style that Is much In vogue
The second floor has not been leased
ITjotsbS several have made application
Tot 6Tiltr?s. The entrance will be gained
by the lert hand theatre stairway, then
-swinging oft to the new bulllng There
Is a talcony on the. first floor. ,
' DIVORCE IJTAfa'CIr'ftOME:
One Woman Had Eight Husbands In
"' ' Five Years.' :
-tt'e are assured ty Seneca." say
tne Jsirlal ln:e. "iliut tuere were
eromeaMn ancleut Home who counted
their i'ges not by their years, but by
tbt) fciubands they bud hud. Juvenal
tells et one woman wtio bud mrnned
1 -tight busbands tn Uve yearn. iMvono
' u granted on tbe slightest pretext.
Jfanjr separated merely from love of
etUMtge. disdaining to give any reason.
CO Aemllius 1'aulus, who told bin
friend that 'be knew best wnere bis
-cboea itfnened him.' . .
nich wives were not raucb sought
.after bj wise men. Tbelr complete
-cnawdpatJoD made them .difficult to
aiaatage. Accordingly, since both rich
and poor wives were objectionable, tint
tarsw majority of tnen uever married.
.mt UL in most cases a llomao bride
craMni knew practically nothing of bis
Ue'n character until after marriage
, "llarringe for the Roman womao
aneant a transition from rigid seclu
aloai to almost unbounded liberty. She
-appeared as a matter of course at ber
fcBband's Uble whether be bad com
pany or not. She could go where she
tited. either to tbe temples ot I sis
cnt Sera pis or to tbe circus and am
, jpfcJtbeater. She had ber own troops
of slaves, over whom she ruled with
THEY ATE LEATHER.
Tk Way Moran's Piratas Prepared
Their Tough Food.
Tbe Infamous Captain Morgan and
ttu piratical crew were aouietluies in
tight places at 1'anama and on one
reaMon were reduced to inning their
. rSobie persona.". says one of the com
IMny Kxqucmellu. whose uamitlve is
aarpcoducyd in "The Buceiiueer In the
!Wat tadW't, "who never were out ot
their totlii'rs'NkitcbenH may ask how
tfiett plrutvM roul ent. swallow and
4j!fift (buHe pieces of. leuilier. so bard
auad dry, unto whom I miiv answer
-that could they once experiot.ee what
ifcurser or, rutber, famine is they
'wusld certainly tlnd the manner by
tfMsurowa necessity, as the pirates dty
"FVtr these first tools the leather au
'Olkvcl It in pieces. Tnoo tliey beat It
between two stones and rubbed u.often
dtppiuit It In the water of the river
to reader It by these means supple
and tender. Lastly tbey scraped of
fJw batr and rousted or broiled it upon
ttH Ore. And. Mag thus rooked, tbey
cut. tt luto aroait mart! and ale it
ftrtpUitt ti drw wttb freiiueiii gulps
o ocah-r. uhi ij gixl fortune tbey
iJ4ljrM ni imnej."
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cCoojuelin Mrf t'i Au4'iee Wait.
Ttve jin-uiit-i r.m,- voi frwnil of
'eiak t a tr-i f.'riuHif or "Cyrano
0 JitTja-riii' iu wnwn n" went lo
Dpratat t ti L'i'tiui! Aii t rt hi; drewlnit
toaaat SMtivrn ncH
- adt iiii- .vein Hm nn. n said
V the hcmr. "In 1 MMipiei of tne
tkW of t;n4t)iiy , .
AtJ1 nmuMil wwra cn me to Cfefue
Sn that 11k curtain whs rising for tne
"tValt. wait:" exrlMtiiifii Cmiuelln.
me here nione v itn HineL"
'Tlr friend." be s:iid to the architect.
a wltb pleasure thai I a in now
atas to repeat tbe passage which has
pWae4 you. . For me your approba
tfea 4a worth more than tbe plaudits
-of tfee whole house."
And while the audience waited be
ave anew for Blnet alone the "Cadets
nr Cascony." Crt de Paris.
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Yes and we have the famous "ALL
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nearly perfection in a heater. Keeps
fire - perfectly. Trade me your old
stove on one of these and keep your
house warm this winter.
I sell second
$ls to 7 s
F. D . HAISTEN
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TAKE TWO-THIRDS OF A GLASS OF COLD
SPARKLING SAM-O, ADD ONE-THIRD OF ANY
OF THE FOLLOWING FRUIT JUICES: LEMON,
ORANGE, PINEAPPLE OR GRAPE.
"Measure it right and mix it together
It's Good for what ails you in this kind of weather."
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ruberoid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc.
George Palmer Lumber Co.
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PLUMBERS. HEATERS. SHFF7 mftm wnoiteDC
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