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u. a. u. urvaili, Jan. 12. 1907.
Lloyd bsrmer nas entered college and
seem vry much pleated with tha work.
Frank Hawley wt dataintd at horn
on account of hi fathar'a poor health, but
wt expect to have him with us next year.
. At present were are registered 660
students this term end many more are
yet expected. against 660 at the same
time last year. This is an increase for
the school to be proud of.
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i ii luiiumiin is a iih or me games
played by the college Basket Ball team on
on its tour of the North West during the
It was victorious
Wash State C
made the trio
The players who
Swan, Torward; Reed, forward; Foster,
center; and is a Cove boy); H. Rjoper,
guard; Bilyeu, guard. Subs: Kate, Spires'
The Short Course in agriculture is now
in full awing with about 35 members en
rolled. This is a course lasting two weeks
and consists of lectures given by the diff
erent professor of the college. Following i
tV These courses give the average farmer a
chance to "brush up" and keep up with
modern times, and is gaining great popu
larity amo.ig the farmere of this
of the country.
University of Oreg en, Jan. 9, 1907.
President Campbell today at Assembly
poke of his recent trip South. He de
scribed the journey and illustrated bis de
scription with stereoptican view. He
V spoke of the race problem, saying: "The
Southerner do not take this question
eeriously as do we in the North. They
-seem to think that the rapidly increasing
death rate and the decreasing birthrate
among the colored people will ultimately
effect a peaceful solution of tb race
problem." The South, eaid the president,
is now fully as prosperous the North,,
and i(s problems are the Mine, the chief
one being bow to get the produce to
James Neil!, who spent hi vacation at
Salem, reports a most delightful time.
'? The Glee Club boy played to a full
house Friday evening at the Heilig in
in Portland. This closing concert v.s a
success, both artisicaUy and financially.
Miss Slater, of the English department,
r apent Christmas week in Salem.
Since the Qlee Club and the football
team are thru, the University i making
less noisa but it is working hard, jnst the
WOODMEN Of THE WORLD
The order that doe things.
If you ars buying a suit of clothes do
you take the cheapest you can find?
The same plan should be followed in
taking insurance in lodges; the cheapest
is not alway the best Th Woodmen of
JtU World rate ar based on the exper
ience of other societies and the National
Fraternal Congress' minimum rate, a rate
that is coniderd necessary a order to
perpetuate the organization without an
increase in rates or double header asess
menU in the future.
Th W. O. W. has a total membership
of 450.000 members in the United States
Und Canada; $5,600,000 surplus in its
MORTON EAVORS CHANGE
jAtcording to th Portland Telegram,
Assessor J. H. Morton, assessor of Union
county, favors th change in the tax col
lecting systems. Mr. Morton is an active
attendant at the convention which has
been in session in Portland the last few
days of this week.
i CITY BREWERY I
X JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor.
$ Largest Brewing Plant
! Ask for La Grande Beer ;and get the Best
! LA GRANDE BEER IS
l AND SHOULD HAVE
ORfGON SELECTS Silt
,J,n- -T. first sight for a
tat -building, at th. Alaska-Yukon-Pa-
Z9th by the Oregon proviso commiss
onappomudb, Governor Chamberlain
or that purpose.
The ground chosen i, one of the most
beautiful and advantageous nlot. n
"position grosnds. It is two acres in ex
tent and commands an unobstn-cted view
of Lake Washington on which the grounds
border. Standing at the intersection of
inkon Avenue and another boulevard
running at right angles with it, the build
ing will face the Forestry huildina .
circle that will surround one of the prin
cipal bandstands. A oennant hoarm. th.
word "OreCon". which was planted by
President Wehrung of the commissi.
now waives proudly over the site, which
will practically belong to Oregon until
after the world's fair closes.
It was decided by the commission to
recommend to the forth-coming session nf
ii5iaiure an appropriation of at
lesst $150,000 for Oregon's Darticimtinn
Fifty obousand dollars of the appropria
tion will be used for the erection of a
handsome building. The commission will
recommend that a collective and compet
es exniMt be made. This means that
all of Oregon's exhibits at the exoosition
will be displayed in her building and that
she will take advantage of the exh ibi
rule that will permit sujh collective dis
plays to bs entered for awards. This plan
wnicti was first carried out at the Lewis
aea war Exposition, makes it possible
for Hie visitor to view all of the exhibits
from his home state without visiitng eight
erten large buildings.
irn : ...
roiiowmg are ine names of the mem
ber of the Oregoa .commission: W. H
Wehrung, presidents M. D. Wisdom, sec
retary; Henry E.fieed, W. W. Rowe and
J. O. Booth. The fatter was unable to be
present at Seattle on account of private
Special Services at the Presbyterian
church are growing in interest while
was a stormy night there was a good
audience. Dr Seamann, took for his theme
Some Men Whe Have Met Christ" He
showed what it was meet men in every
day life. How our hves have been changed
nd helped by earning in touch with men,
and if men can change our lives how much
move can Christ Yet men refuse to
cone to Christ 'Continuing the speaker
howed how Christ can change our live
if w will only come in touch with
Mr. Cochran sang in a very touching
way the solo '-Since I found my Saviour"
Tonight Dr Seeniann will speak on the
subject "An Encouraging Promise." He
will .preach at both services tomorrow.
Hi theme in the morning will be "The
Dynamic Of The iNew Life." evening
"The Choice of Life." A cordial invita
tion is given to all who have no church
Jn th case of th City vs R. R. Kelly
charged with resisting an officer. Re
corder i R Snook rendered a decision of
FOUND A long chan was found near
the A. B. C. Laundry. Owner may have
same by calling at this office and payin
fifty cents for this notice.
GOOD AS NEW
Lounges and couches upoolstaredV
Mattresses recovered and generaly
renovated, carpets cleaned and put
Special Furniture Made to Order.
All Work Called For and Delivered
T II. HILLNAN
Cor N. Depot
and Monroe St
in Eastern Oxegon j
MADE IN LA GRANDE
A sweet toned Emerson piano with the Angelus player.
heard lingers in the memory.
A. B. HUELAT
LECIM MONDAY -EYEMW
Ifoadsy vning Bishop D. H. Moor of j
Portland will lecurs in tn Methodist;
church nder the auspice of th Epwonh
Leagae. TickeU for adult 60 nt.
cnuoera s:tcts. see -
I YOU RISK
By having me
FX AMINE YOUR EYES!
I GUARANTEE PERFECT FIT FOR ONE YEAR
Or will cheerfully refund your money
I have never had patient that was not fully
satisfied with my glasses
Heideoreich Building f ftJ HoAPfiAk NEW JEELER
Op's't Bohnenkamp's llCClbUblV AND OPTICIAN 2
Pride of Grande Rohde !
The product of the Imbler flouring mill situated in the very heart of tha
best wheat land In Grand Rond valley, consequently the best flour. A trial
will convince y on of it superority.
Insist on having your order filled with '.hi brand or the "Patent" from this
For sal by all first class dealer.
Pride of Grande Ronde
Better Lumber and Cheaper than it told in
La Grande, We deliver it to your buildin
Grande Ronde Lumber Go
TREAT FOR MUSIC
)HcllpP. NMr, AeaoetationI
Chicago, Jan. 12-Wheatspened at 76,i.
-u. 66K: corn ooned at 4S&
c0t9& at 43; tt opened at 56,-
closed t 86?g.
Don't submit to any substitution.
Commencing Tuesday of this
week and continuing a few days
MR. J H SMITH
Formerly Wanamaker's player, piano expert, but
now with Sherman Glay & Go , of Portland,
will be at Heulat's Music Store
where he will be glad to demon
strate to you the WONDERFUL
THE EMERSON ANGELUS
. Come and listen, you will surely enjoy the treat
A!! Rinds of
A Trite Sayinsr.
Il l k inie faying that no nan I
ii niigiT tliuu his numiacu. Dr. Tierce's
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t.io momiK'h putt it in t.haue to make
C,"ci. iivii uiuuu iivipa uie nver aira
idiieyit to e th polrans from the
(unly end thus riirw boiu livxr and kid
n. y imiiImh. 11 you take this natural
M,,iin anu uiiiic, you win assisi
your ryitutm in niunufucturing each day
a pml u( rich, red blood, thvt Is Invlirn.
rutiiijf 10 the brain and nerve. The
wciik nervous, run-down, debilitated
erudition which so many poople suffer
tlin hl.nxl; It Ik often IndlratMd by pimple
or bull aiipeurlnc on the skin, the face
yncimiiw nun aim me lix-llngt 'blue."
Or. I'lort-n's " DlacovarT puru nil hlwwl
limn., m wnll as Iwlng a tonlo that
DiaKtM no viKorous. strong aud forceful.
It U Hie only mntlclne put up for sal
through druggixts fur like purpums that
contitliis neulier alcohol nor harmful
muib-iurniiiiir aru. aim me only one,
evi-ry lngrmlitnt of which has the urofe-
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wrllrs of this country. Home of thee
rnunrM-ilinniH am puDUKIied in a little
book of extract from standard medical
works 11 nd will be sent to any addree
ltur or post 11 1 enrd, sJdresscd to Dr. K.
v: "''ree, auffalo. N. V. It tells just
what Dr. Pierce' medicine are made of.
The "Words of Praise" for the several
IngrHlluiiU of which Dr. Pierce' medi
cines are com wised, by leaders In all the
several school of medical practice, and
..i.iii.-iiuiiih niPin ior ine cure or ine
diseaiws for which the 'Uolden Medical
Discovery " la advised, should have far
more weight with Uie sick and afflicted
than any amount of the so-called "testi
monial "so conspicuously flaunted before
the public by those who are afraid to let
the Ingredient of which their medicine
are composed be known. Hear in mind
that the "(iolden Medical Discovery "has
thi badok or honkrtt on every bottle
wrapper, tn a full list of It Ingredient.
Dr. Plerne's Pleasant Pullet cure con
stipation. Invigorate the liver and regu
late stomach and bowel.
Dr. Pierce's crest thousand-page llloa
trated Common Sense Medical Adviser
will be miit froe. paper-bound, for 81 one
cent it a mi, or cloth-lwuiiid for 11 stamoa
Addree Dr. Pierce a above.
HOW TO AYOID PNEUMONIA
W have never heard of a sinal in-
stancs of a cold resulting in pneumonia or
other lung trouble when Foley' Honey
and Tar ha been taken. It notonly stops
th cough but heal and strengthens th
lungs. Ask for Folev'a Honev and Tar
and refuse any substitute offered. Dr. C.
Bishop of Asnew. Mich., write: "I
have used Foley Honey and Tar in three
very sever cases of pneumonia with cood
results in every case."
: H. A. Staniels :
MiiwaI instruments . I
COR, DEPOT & ADAMS AVE.
La Grande Camp No. 7703
M. W. A;
A criticism of state
ments made in this col
umn has been made by
several members of the
Woodmen of the World.
We wish to say that the
M. W. A. is not fighting
any order, but to correct
any false impressions that
might possibly have been
conveyed to anyone, we
republish the standing
and cost of the two
The Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica we organized In 1883. Th
Woodmen of the World (P. J.)
began businsss in 1890.
Th Pacific Jurisdiction W. 0. W.
i th branch of that order doing
business in Oregon, and is th
order to whioh w refer wha
peaking of the W. O. W.
M. W. A. , .840,000
W. O. W .100,289
Cost of $1000 insurance at 20
year of ag per year.
M. W. A .. $4 60
W.O. W.(P.J.) 9.00
Cost of $1000 insurance at 45
year of ag pr ysar.
M. W. A $ 9.00
W. O. W. (P.J.) J6.80
Cost of joining i th same in
Th W. O. W. (P.J.) rsssrv
fund amount to almost two million
On 9 assessments during 1908
the M. W. A. ha paid all dsath
claim and hat placed in the bank
mor than two and a ha!f million
Wsdesir to draw no conclusion.
Do thi for yourlf. '
Th M. W, A. hae increased ovr
on hundred thousand, net, new
member during 1908.
F B CURREY,
C S WILLIAMS.
' WIS! COUNSEL FROM THE SOUTH
"I want to give some valuable tdvice
to those who suffer with lame back and
kidney trouble." aays J.R. Blankenthip of
Beck, Tenn. "I have proved to an abso
lute certainty that Electric Bitters will
positively cure this distressing condition.
The first bottl gav m great relief and
after taking few more bottles, I was
completely cured; so completely, thst it
become a pleasure to recommend thi
grat remedy." Sold under guaranete
at Newlin drug store.BPrice 60o,