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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSEiiVEtt, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911.
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The season's choicest styles in Gage Pattern Hats, Lyman Pattern Hats,
Tailored Street and Dress Hats, at exactly
Mid-Season Clearance Ladies Suits. Mid-Season Clearance Ladies' Coats
Rec d. Just Yesterday
NEW PLUSH BAGS
Inallfhadet. Some trimmed
with Cfce'nille fringe. $U5 It $6
DENT'S GLOVES FOR
FOR MEN. .
An Elegant Line
Party Slippers and Pumps
Patem Suede, Velvet, Satin and '
DuIlKiJ. $3.50, $4.00, $4.50
Our . Merchandise . is v our
best . Advertisement.
I 1 t- , : uA'-:,- .g--. - ..-i fea? PrM. ''-x rr:. 3 A W :? llT & V. ' Br TT TT1 El
ter on our farms. We farmers are ' ORDINANCE SO. 556, SERIES OF 1911 "
Editor and Owner.
Entered at tbe pONtofflc at la Grande
as tecond-cluss matter.' ' 4
Daily, singly copy .... . '. . . . . i .
Dally, per week !
Dallf, per month
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noiu ccnin:c"!7 riMArrl Inaliena
ble aspects of that vast country gen-;
erall nkown as the west. On the oth
er hand, the east was considered the
Diabltaut of culture and refinement, or
social and political conservation, of
practically everything that might be
farms. We farmers are ' ORDINANCE NO. 556, SERIES OF 1911
accustomed to treating our aumu C
equals. In our'granges, in some of our
churches and In other organizations,
the , women vote and (bold office
equally with the men. We realize
how well this plan has worked in our
deemed the exact opposite of those at-, economic and social relations as far
tributes accredited to the west. ; :' 1 mers. We have every reason to believe
that equality for women will work i
jplAVl TW1 T I Fl S
1 (LI 81 to 11
fire insurance and fire Insurance
agents. ' .'. , " .
The city of La Grande does ordain
as followsi; . ;. ;
Section l.v. That it shall be unlaw
ful for any person, company, asso
ciation or corporation to engage in
or rnnduet'the business of fire, ma-
equally well in the government ofj . . , -
township, county and state .. Further-) othe; & era, or .&1 .
cles are demanding that they be pro-'"""-6' we farmers snu aanere to meocal a , BoHc,top prlnclpai or
hiblted in toe interest of public moil! bellef t1,at the more dosely the gov-; manager of any flr(j ,nsurance cora.
ality. It exists only in the exagger- ernment caD kept ,n hf tan4df 'jpany unless said person or persons,
4ted types of the wild west shows, and i the veople' the better Ve ; "3 ced I company, association or corporation
the chief of the wild west show men ! ,U8t year when the 8tate of Waah,ng-! shall obtain a license for each and
ion aaopiea 8UnraBe, any toon tor-- vam , h
.What a difference a few years bring. ,
The storied west Burvives only on
moving picture films and reform ag-en-
ANOTHER LINE ERASED.
now announces hl permanent retire-!
ment because the public has tired of t
The east ihas become practically as
radical as the west, The same Ideals
In politics and government appeal to
both sections. The same tendencies
which dotted the western plains with
thriving villages and replaced fron-1 16 18
tier stockades with great cities, liave
broken down the exclusiveness of the! ;
east and turned Its conservatism lnto'ie5g
ward to the time when ' it shall be
come universal In all states." '
the La Grande fire department. John T. Harvey was duly adudicatp(t
the manner prescribed by the charter, bankrupt; and the first meeting of
section o. Tliio ' rIsaa'CC " shslrj Alitor will be held in the ofllce
be in force after its passage, approval' of the referee in' bankruptcy in La.
by the mayor and publication in one ' Grande, Oregon, on the 4th day of De
THIS DATE IN HISTORY. ,
1499 Execution of Perkln Warbeck,
who styled himself Richard IV,
" . I nnrlnir nil tha tlnia
for the col-
ln New England an O'aioan Is look
ed upon as a westerner and It almost
aurprises a native to find that he does
not wear "spats" with. Buffalo fringe
down the legs of his trouxers. In
Denver a man from Ohio Is looked
upon as having come from the east,
while Denver Is east to the Callforn
lan. Thus It goes, east and west are
.merely relative terms, having no do
finable meaning except by context.
In another sense, too, east and west
have come to lose the significance that
loremrly attached to the wonU. It
was only yesterday, comparatively
speaking, that any mention of the
west brought to mind visions of vast
plains peopled with blood thirsty In
dians, cow punchers, uncouth pros
pectors and unprincipled Boldiers ot
fortune. The mental picture was
completed by filling in thousands of
wild animals .roaming , t'he prairies,
highwaymen sallying forth to hold up"
a stage and rob and perhaps murder
It waa not long since these things
the "great charter'
ony of Virginia.
Burial of Oliver Cromwell.
1753 George Washington, in his ex-
There used to be a political north J pedltion to ascertain the luten-
and a political south, divided by an J
Imaginary line which zigzagged half
across . the continent. The line has
been erased by the march of time atfd
events. In like: manner the east and
west have been merged until the cus
toms and Ideals of one have become
those of the other. '
The old west was entertaining, but
the new west has more of a message
for the world and more of a mission,
A new meaning is being written in
these latter days to the old cry of
the Idealist: "Our country, one and
tlons of the French, reached tho
GRANGERS FAVOR SUFFRAGE.
If the Northwest Farmstead reflects
the feeling of its grange fallowing
the grangers are aiming at woman
suffrnge in Oregon. The Farmstead
"Farming in America has reached
Its present high position largely
through the wisdom, Judgment and
I efforts of the wife, mother and daugh-
A Strong Modern
Efficiently mnfarted, not only la tbe Inter f Ita stock
.lotdcn, but t IU depositors and patroas as. well
, . With ffioUi wH tnowa ant traate4 la the eoauaaalty.
With capital, tarplai and anilrldet profit of tS16,00C0
trad total resoarecaof $1,000,000.00.
The La Grand Satlonal Bask offers to inas, corpora
, tlons and Indhrldaala (bo best banking- gerrlco, and ft offl
eert ask a personal latenlew with these ccntemjilatiaf
ebaaglna; aceoirata or opening: new ones.
La Grande National Bank
'' LA GRANDE, OREGON.
Fred J. Holmes, Pres.
F. L. Meyers., Gashtei
. $ 100.000.00
. . 105,000.00
W. J. ChurcK, Vice Pres.
Earl Zundel.ss!. Cashier
forks or the Ohio river.
Franklin Pierce, 14th preside:!!
of t'he United States, born in
, Hillsborough, N. H. ' Died in
Concord, N. II., Oct. 8, 18C9.
1817 William C. C. Claiborne, first
governor ot Louisiana, died in
New Orleans. Born In Virginia!
in 1775. .
1863 Beginning of , the great battle3
before Chattanooga, between the
' federals under Grant and tbe
confederates under Bragg.
18G7 Execution of Allen, Larkln and
, O'Brien, the ."Manchester rar-
187) Bavaria entered the North Ger
man confederation. '
1S71 Oovernor Barker of Indiana is
sued a proclamation against mob
violence and the lynching of
1875 A convention met at St, Louis
to take action relative to the con
. structlon o fthe Southern Pacific
J railroad. -
1898 Baldwin hotel in San Francisco
destroyed by fire.
1899 The British under Lord Metlmen
defented the Boers near Gras
Pan. ' v .
panies, ossaclatlons or corporations,
for which they or It solicits, or con
ducts business for either as general or
special agent local agent, solicitor,
principal or manager, and shall keep
said license in force by renewals
thereof as provided In this ordinance,
he, they, or it.
shall act as such general or special
agent, local agent, solicitor, principal
or manager. ; '
Section 2. Any person, company,
assoc iation or corporation desiring to
i engage In any of the acts prohibits)
by this ordinance shall obtain a li
cense therefor from the recorde;- of
I the city of La Grande by paying to
the treasurer of the city of La Grande
the sum of $25.00 per annum fo;- ee.ch
and every of such fire insurance com
panies, associations or corporations
Which he or they shall act a3 agents
: either general or special
solicitor, principal or manager, andj
! obtain from' the treasurer, a - receipt !
issuer of the La Grande Evening Ob
server and will take effect on and af
ter the 20Sh day of December, 1911.
Passed the council on this, the 15th
day of November, 1911, by six coun
cflmen voting therefor.
Approved by the mayor this otli day
of November, 1911." ',.."' '
A. L. RICHARDSON,
. ; , ' Mayor.
C. M. HUMPHRYS,
Recorder of the City of La Grande,
THEY INJURE CHILDREN.
cember, 1911, at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon, at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bankrupt,
and transact such other buslnes as
ing. .' .:: . ,
JNO. S. H0DO1NV ,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
November 22, 1911. '
(All claims must be verified accord
ing to bankruptcy forms before fWng.);
Cathartios and Pills and Harsh Physiit
May Causo Distressing Complaints.
You cannot be over-careful In tbe
selection of' medicine for children.
' Only the very gentlest bowel medicine
i should ever be given. Ordinary pills,
I cathartics, and purgatives are too opt
I to do more harm than good. They
i sometimes cause griping, nausea, and
distressing after-effects, and may ac
tually Injure the health, thus estab
lishing a life-l&sting annoyance.
We personally recommend and guar
antee Rexall Orderlies as a safe and
dependable remedy for constipation
and associate bowel disorders. We
nave sucu iaun in me virtues 01 tins and regret,
remedy that we sell It on our guaran- j
tee of money back In every instance Small disorders grow more serious ev
wbere it falls to give entire satisfac- ery day. There Is satisfaction .-In
Hnn nnrt tva uro-o All !n nAPit nf Hiuh ' - ...
local agent.i , T 1 , 7 i lt"ow'"g ior sure mat your eyes are
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Rexall Orderlies nre eaten lust like : . .
Glasses in Time
Neglect to have them properly exam
ined may cause a lifetime of sorrow
candy, ore .particularly- prompt and!
therefor and then present said receipt ngreeuble in action, may be taken at
to the recorder of the city of La ny time, day or night: do not cause
nrnnrlo OrPnn vhlnh shall ontlH dinrrlwu. nausea, griping,
said person, company, association or
looseness, or other undesirable effects.
Thor hnvo n rtrv nillil 1 n t- rmsItiVA
corporation to engage In any of the octkm upon the orRllQH witb wllU,u
acts prohibited by this ordinance for they come in contact, apparently net
tie period of one year thereafter, .md i lng as a regulative tonic upon the re
st the expiration of said time It sha.il laxed muscular cont of the bov.-4. thus
be the duty of said person, company, overcoming weakness., and sildinR .10
restore uie now cm 10 more iorous
and healthy activity
Itexall Orderlies nt only rollere (!)
association or corporation, to obtain 1
renewals of such license in the same
manner and by the payment of tn
same amount to the city treasurer,
obtaining the treasurer's receipt and
presenting the same to the recorder
which shall entitle he, It or t,hem to j
continue the same business for an-
other term of one year. ,
Section 3. Any person, com-'
paoy, association or corporation, or
Btipation. but help to remove tbe
cause of this ailment. rThey also fre
quently overcome the necessity of con
stantly taking laxatives to keep the
bowels In normal condition.
There is really. In our opinion, no
similar medicine so good as Uexall
Orderlies for tbe purpose to which It
is directed, especially for children,
aged and delicate persons. They are
"THIS IS MY 52ND BIRTHDAY."
Track Morrison, who has been hon
ored with re-election as secretary of
the American Federation of Labor, was
born In Franktown, Ontario, Novem
ber 23, 18."9., "His education waa re
ceived In the grade schools of his na
tive town, supplemented by a, year In
the high school ofWalkerton, Ontario.
After leaving school to learned the
printer' trade, which he followed for
their agent or employes violating nny 5 prepared In tablet form and In two
of; the provisions of this ordinance, j s8 ' Packages; 12 tablets. 10c.. SO
shall upon convctlon therefore before tt9' f" and 80 'f
v . ... u tT . Remember, you can obtain Rex-
the recorder of the ctty of La Grande, ftU Eeined,e8 ,n this community
Oregon, be fined not less than $50.00, only at onr store-The Rexall Store,
nor more than $150.00 for each and iv- j HILL'8 DRUG STORE. .
ery offense or be- imprisoned In the ;
cit;r Jail, one day for every two dollari Xotlce of First Meeting of Creditors.
of such fine. , . I In the district court of the United
; Section 4. Any sums collected States for 'the, district' of Oregon,
hereunder either as licenses or as fines ' In tie matter of John ?. Harvey,
shall be paid to the city treasurer bankrupt, in bankruptcy:' '
who shall keep the same in a separate To the creditors of John T. Harvey,
fund to be known as the "Fire Depart- of La Grande, in the countr of Union.
more than 20 years in various cities meot Fund" and the same shall be paid and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: '
ot Canada and 'the United States. Ear- out Bpon (j,, orior Cf the council in I Notice is hereby given that on the
ly in his career he Joined the typo- tne benefit and maintenance of 20th day ofc November. 1911. the su'd
graphical union and soon after became 11 1
actively Interested In the work of labor
organisations. In order to better fit
himself for his rtiosen work Mr. "Mor
rison took a course in law at Lake
Forest university, graduating in 1894.
He has been secretary of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor since 1837
and is generally regarded as ona of
the ablest represerrtatlves ot orgnnlteJ
labor In the United States. .
I CAN' TELL YOU,
I GIMND ALL MY, GLASSES.
HE A COCK
G0SSABDS GIVE HEALTH
WELL AS STYLE. . '
By wearing the Gossard Corset,
which is built RIGHT, thousands of
women are gaining remarkably In
healHh.. ' ; ' .
Physicians trace, many ills of wo
men to tight lacing or faulty corsets
and prescribe the Gossard for ail
ments caused by other corsets
The Gossard Is a God-send to the
woman who wants solid comfort for
her back, perfect freedom In breath
ing, in walking, or when seated, or
whose pride demands a strllah, dis
There Is a Gossard model for every
figure. $3.60 to $8.60. 1 '
Try one and be convinced. A com-
n1o TU. . . . . . .
MES. ROM. PATTISOIT. ;
l'hono Blk H81. Oorsetiers
OUR FRESH TAFFIES
Are Excellent. Ti e CarryVanilla
Strawberry and Molasses QfP H IT!fFIEP !
THE PALACE of SWEETS &1CILILPILM$&