La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, October 28, 1911, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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LA GKAKDK EVENING OBStUVEU. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1911.
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Beginning today tbe Eveninz Obser
ver starts "Who Who in Union Coma-
arc
leading citizen. The cartoons
made with jen asd ink by R. G'rard.
A toted globe trotter, srho U now 4Sb
Ished his t&rd tour around the world.
The ability f lir. Glrard is recog
nized both In America and in foreign
land. He te a German and before
coming: to this countrjr cartooned tie
leading men of Germany and wai con
netted with some of fhe best pnbli
eaUona of that nation. He worked in
Kew York for several year on the
leading paper then and then wan
derlust overcame b!m and be tuned
oa his globe trot- It it claimed thai
faring tbe. lat twenty-one years h?
Lai cartooned more public men than
any other member of hit profession.
Ilia work is first class in every re
spect and fce never fails to bring ont
the feature of bis subjects.
This paper presents tb Girard ser
ies to -its readers with a feeling that
they w',11 be abundantly appreciated
and it is with no little pride that a
paper of bis size takes np a cartoon
let's work of international fame.
doe u. pucaaics, Li. ia fact.!
a wi be tiown tie asbstatces aie
not tie caawe of tie &ae. The word
ptcaaaia w iatroisted by tie Itay
iaa toxle&logist Seliai. to dcribe ctr
UcjTcbcrCjkal c!:ia more or leu
aE4 to th vegetable allal-xis wtkfc
tad been fossd inyctrescect meal and
deeoaapusisg albomixicas n,a ur. . .
They are found in only very snsali
ansoosi ia d?eoau posing a"-al mat-!
ter. and St U only when zcea: is in so
advanced a stage of decomposition ai '
to be totally 02 St for human food that
they are present at all. Moreover,
many of tie ptomaine are tion-poioa-.
and the majority of those that act
as po'wofcs exert their Influence on
tie nervous system raiher ttan en the
aliasestary system. . . ,
Tbod poisoning i. therefore, the
res elt cf the action of the tpeciSe tox
ins of bacteria on persons who con
sole meat or other food infected 1:h
Hiring oreatsmt or their toxins, or
both. The Bcm-peeJSe products aloold
also, perhaps, be incladed; for tho the
evidence to far avaSable is aralnst
the riew that they take any part la
the prodaciioa of food poiscnisg. it
cn cot be stated as a definitely ascer
tained fact that tiwy never exert any
Infiaence.- This definition at once ex-
rllwtM frm ma -
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oning all cases of poisoning following
the ecstmnption of food containing ar
senic, lead, strychnin, r other weli-di-Cned
chemical substance, whether ad
ministered Intentionally for criminal
pnrpo or Uken by accident. On the
other band, the generally accepted use
of the term doos cot Include such dis
eases at enteric feer, Sialta feter,
etc.. alttongh these are also the direct
result of eating food speciflealiy con
taminated with the organism of those
diseases.. v
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' IT TEE ClirailES.
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3letae41t Eptocepal Chare a. J
Sunday raomir g the Sisnday school
is at F. H. Green, ssperta'veisd-!
est. In the evening the Eyworth j
Leagae has a temperance lesson, with i
H. C VInacfce leader. The snbect is
"Abstinence and Prosperity. , f
At the morning hoar the cosgVega-!
lion ill be greeted by the large choir '
directed by Mrs. Wells, and a "well!
rendered anthem besides the regular ;
music ; ;
Tie tntject for the morning dia- i
course is "Woman's Mission to 'Wo- j
men; in the evening, will be cossid-;
ered "Socialism and Christianity, a
"PTOHIX P0I$OSIV "SOT
to rrojr.iiTts.
HIE
Like many names given hastily or
carelessly, this term Is now known to
be lnnxnct, as generally applied. There
ar uth things as ptomains, and they
are poisonous; they are chemical pro
duct of decomposition in animal tis
sue; but the symptoms of pawning of
ten attributable 10 the consumption of
some article of food am not due to
them, but to toxin formed by bacteria.
Sometimes these toxins are in the
food before it is eaten, but more of
ten only the bacteria themselves are
there, and it is their activity In the
digestive organs that causes the ser
ious or even fatal symptoms usually
described as "ptomaln" poisoning
This is brought out clearly In an arti
cle contributed to the Hospital (Lon
don), August 19), by Dr. 1L J. Hutch-
ens, professor of bacteriology in the
University of Durham. . He writes:
"The term ptomaln poisoning 1 in
exact, because it leads by inference
to the assumption that the symptoms
EIFEMSG OF POLITICS.
Firt Pre. feriaa Chart h.
Morning subject. "The Priviieje' of S
Prayer." : ' "
Evening subject. "Memory." j
Special music at each service.
Sunday school, S:t3 a. m. Super
intendent. Mrs. C A. Small. Come out
and see th scfeoe! groring. .
Junior C. at t: 60 p. m. liad
. mm trnra ana Mrt tetter, - r
C. E. service, C:S0 p. m. , -'J
Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:3.,p.
.More -New Styles Suits and '.Coats
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With the time approaefcing for pol
ltics is but natural for different par
ties to begin thinking of their af
fairs. In order to make the Gb&erver
the party of the people, which it Is. we
bare decided to open the columns to
all parties. W means by this that
w will print a reasonable amount of
matter for any political party's com
mittee provided that committee wil
designate one person .to furnish the
taafter ' '.V -
In doing this we do not convey the
privilege of boosting the merits of
any candidate, but wish the matter
confined to the principles for which
the different parties stand. With the
large circulation of the Observer
which has cost us a great. deal of
money to get, all parties are thus giv
en the benefit and the reading public
of Union and Wallowa counties will
hare the different sides of a question
placed before them in their local
newspaper.
No charges will be attached to this
arrc?ment and all we ask. is that a
proper person be named as contri
butor by each committee; that a rea
sonable amount of space be used and
tat the articles submitted bear di
rectly on the principles of the party
offering the same.
preach Aviator Efllel .
Khnlms, France, Oct. 24. Aviator
Desparnet was instantly killed here
today by falling with hi machine -a
distance of several hundred feet while
engaging in army aerial tests.
L Peter Chairb.
Twentieth Sunday after ,Triaity. .
Holy Communion. 8:Wi a. m.
Sunday school ,10:00a.ia.
liornlng service tl:00a.m.
VxflAnm Sime. S-ftA n m
Note Hour of evening service "is !
changed to 5 o'clock.. 7 j
CPTOS JL GIBBS. Rector. 5
Latter Day SaiiU Chsrca.
Time of meeting at the tabernacle
Sunday school 10 p. m. Sacrament
meeting at 2 p. m. Y. M. T. L. M
I. A. at 7:34 p. m. All are cordially
invited. We especially invite the par
ents to attend the parent's class in
Sunday school, subject under discus
sion, "The Making of the Home."'
Christian Mcace.
Christian Science service is held at
11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:43 and
prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7:30 fni he German Lutheran, church
building. The subject of lesson ser
mon is "Everlasting Punishment"
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RECEIVED THIS VEEK
YOU MUST SEE THESE NEW
MODELS TO APPRECIATE THE
ELEGANCE OF DESIGN AND
PERFECT TAILORING.
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Reversible Blaiiket Coats with large
sailor collar and wide revers. Price3
$12 nfl to $50.00
AttractiTe styles in ladies' suits, in
several new shades of rough tweed
mixtures and blanket materials. Pric
ed from
$17.50 to $30.00
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TAN SHOES ARE HERE
Another shipment : of
those popular high top
button with the wide high
toes. Price $4.00 pr.
New Gunmetal high top
button shoes $4.00 nr
KEL3ER NECKWEAR
YouH never know what a
difference ' there is in
neckwear until you com
pare Keiser's with ' the
others. New 1'a.bots, la:e
collars, frills, fichus and
embroidered collars; Pric
es , From 25c up
SL Xary's Church.
Early Mass
High Mass
.. 8.00 a.m.
. ,10:30 am.
SOY WANTED am-U-Klng
Pactory.
lOHMMIIMMMIMIMMHIHIIIIimMIMmiMMI
i A Strong Mo Jern j
Efficiently wtnducted, not only la the Interests of It stock
.holders, but of Its depositors and patrons as well; -.With
efticlalt well known and trusted, la the community, "i
With capital, surplus and nndlvlded profits of JilOOO.OOO
. '" and total resoarcetof flflQOftWJM. '
" The La Grande Rational Bank offers to firms, corpora,
tioni and Individuals the best banking service, and It offi
eers ask a personal Interview with those contemplating
cbaasjlng; aetonnt or ope nine; new ones.
La Grande National Bank
; ' ;., : LA GRANDE, OREGON.
- CAPITAL
-SURPLUS
RESOURCES
Fred J. Holmes, Pres.
F. L. Meyers, Cashiei
. $ 100,000.00
. . 105,000.00 11
. .1.000,000.00
W. J. Church, Vce Pres.
Earl Zundelss'J. Cashier
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BASEBALL ETHICS.
When th Pitcher ' Has the Right te
"Bsan- the BaKer.
In "The Bight ami Wrong of Base
ball." in the American Magazine, Ilngh
S. Puilerton gives an interesting ac
count of what is considered sportsman
ship and what cheating in the national
game. He writes: .
The best batters are those who
Yrowd the plate that is. who stand
as near the plate as the rules or the
umpire will permit and lean over the
corner of the rubber to make it diffi
cult for the pitcher to pitch across that
corner without taking; a chance of bit-
tint; the tatter.
' "The players recognize the fact that
the lines of the batter's position are
obliterated within a few minutes after
a game starts and that tbe umpires
practically are helpless to enforce the
rules or to tell while watching the
course of a pitched ball whether or not
tbe batter steps over tbe line. So tt
has become part of the unwritten law
of the game that the pitcher may bean
(that is. pitch at the 'bean' or bead)
any batter who "crowds' in order to
drive him back from tbe plate. It Is
ethical under the players' code to hit
and to injure any player who persists
In encroaching upon the forbidden
ground, and the batters themselves
recognize this danger and accept It as
part pf the game." $. V '
OUR MERCHANDISE IS OUR
BEST ADVE RTISEMENT
NEW NOVELTIES.
The last week has
brough many of New
York's latest novelties. :
Velvet and Plush Bags
Silver Mesh Bags
Fancy Beaded Bags
New Jewelled Barettes
New cords and tassels
for .trimming in all theL
popular shades. - 'v:
N.K.W
St The Quality Store
3222.
10-25-t
Telephone.
FOR RENT Two front downstairs
rooms furnished. CaU at 1407 Ninth
street, or phone Red 332 10-26-tf
FOR RENT New five room .modern
house. 301 West Main street. - Call
atho.iso. L. A- Clifford. -
or. cattle. i0-ll-tt
LA GKASDE ISYESTHE5T CX),
La Grande, Oregon.
TWO GOOD LIVE AGENTS wanted ! FOR RENT Modern furnished sleep-
BOY WANTED Fam-U-King
" Pactory, '
Cigar
Classified
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Slot) per . month; either ladies or
gentlemen. Address Dr. W. Coyle,
general manager. Independent Or
der of Puritans, La Grande. 10-26-6t
FOR RNT Furnished room, at IPOS
Third street. Phona Main 46. 10-2S-tf
MODERN HOUSE for rent. 8ix rooms
and bath. Inquire at Dultll's bak
ery. 7 10-27-tf
Ing rooms. 905 Spring. Phone B.j'
S8S1. ;. 10-23-6t I
WANTED First class cook and wife
desire position in camp. Best of
references.; Call at Observer.
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LOST A pair of eye glasses be-)
tween La Grande and Perry. Leave
at Perry store or Silverthorn's.
10-21-ti
WILL TRADE Good five room house
- and 4 lots.. Will trade for horses
HELP WANTEJJToung woman to!
do chamber work and also woman j
In laundry. Inquire at Hot . Lake
sanatorium. , . - 10-18-tf
WANTED S1250 cash wUl give city
realty valued at $3000. P. O. Box 207
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LOST A PUlow mink muff. Leave at
Paul's cigar store and receive re-
ward. ' ' ' . j
FOR RENT House, and two acret of
ground. Good barn room for four
head of s(ork and six or eight ton of
bay. North SL and V avenue. Two
block east of new school house. In
quire at Observer office or phone
Farmer 205 10-14-tt ,
WANTED Two Ironer at Hot Lake.
Savoy Hotel
EUROPEAN PLAN
The rooms are, good and
Steam . heated only one
block from depot
0. C. Brichoux. Prop.
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T0C 0C6HT TO KS0W
this shop, and Ita abmty to sen
job best Our one strongest
desire Is to turn out the best
CLEAMAG 4D PBESSIXG
nt to price oar service - to
meet y oar satisfaction. We be
Ueve we do this. If year gr- A
osents ned oar attention tend
them to a and we will do joor
work promptly aei) eiarantee
not to rain the materials.
ELITE DYEING &
CLEANING
V70RKS
ala C4.
II. R. Wartroaer
Advertising
FOR SALE Choice residence lots,
close In. Must tell. Phone red
&VR FRESH TAFFIES
A re Excellent. We Carry Vanilla
Strawberry ana molasses
THE PALACE of SWEETS
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