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US. GttANDB EYEHING OBSERVES,
- WEDNESDAY, MAT 10; 1911 j
11 Trips? to
It Costs : NoftiDff .
for patrons of this ltr to kelj contestants. Votes we allowed oa the itgalar price of the pair. Eca ever the
schedule and see kow yoa caa help to teni a frleni to Portland, to the oceaa beaches aud to Baa Francis-
secure an additional scholarship. Tonr awn years snbscrlptloa, which w81 be paid anyhow, If paid bow,
win advance joar friend la the contest for one of these desirable prices.
ROUND TRIPS WITH ALL EXPENSES TO SEAPORT CITIES
If . 7- ; '
o itnps to
4 , f. .1 '
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Lohs iii'Miisiq, to the Vialubf of $50.00, -rith Jean McDonald-Birnie, of La Grande.
Tuition to the Value ot$100.00 in any department of Whitman College, Walla! Walla.
Tuition to the Value of $50.00 in the Baker Business College, Baker City.
TotlnB Tower of Subscriptions for the EYenlng Observer.,
TnlE I ' By Carrier In By Mail In - VOTES .,: :. - : -';'v', ': ': '". ; , 'v ' ,. f ' ';. V' ": -; Vv-
' t La Grande. United States ALLOWED -.... ,;; r ' - ' ' " ' i'--. ' " ' .. .1; - ,v , '.'
One year 7.00... 4.00...... 6000 - -jr V . - ";- ., . '. , -n . rrnT"" -J.Tw't ' ' I.
Six months 3.50..,.'. ...... 2.00.;.... .Y. .J. . . . . .2500 : . . ' " ;; ' ; ,' : ' ' ,? j, ' V-!' ' : jSS: "' '
Three Months 1.75 , 1.00...... ........... 900 , . ' ', V :- ' C7l Ss,vl;'
One Month . .65. .65. ..... 150 (m. . ' ' ij7Taa' . ( .. 4 SJ !','. : iV
One Week .... 15.. 10 ' . ;.. ;. J&r ' ' 'liAJS'' "2" XVT , j ,ir it ' i '
: ToUng Tower of Subscriptions for the Weekly Obserrcr. . A ' -: "rl ffJL 1 i :
One Tear ... . . 1.60. . t,?59i"- -4-.. - ."-' 33J0S ;fW,X',? '' " -1 -V ' -f
gtx Montha ....'..'' .75 . . .,....... . 400 ''1$ - Vja
lininwirt; - For sutrio. i)inlri. soreneoi of: 1111 1 !
the muscles and , r.euinati,,;!'ji, there ia 1 U U 1 1 I ,
nonn Dtter man crraot;ntinn. oou oy i
nil (Ipnlew. . I j .' ' ' ' J 1
LET US DIE FOB IOC. ;
In fact the only way we lite Is by
dvelng. Don't dye yonrself.
, it's Mfer than dyeing yourself, :
H. tU; EVftCV nil 4
AD 1)1 )i 10 R ALL
. .Our charge tor dyeing for yoa wont
be hpih. A sample Job Is sufficient
For, best dyeln? snd cleaning have ns
'do !i. . . ,,.t '
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MR.1 AXD MPS. GE0BE STODDARD
' ARE ON TOUR.
Journey Through Europe. Includes
Scats at, Coronation.
With coronation week in London on
their itinerary, 'Mr.1 and Mrs. George
Stoddard left this morning for Salt
Lake from whence they go direct to
Montreal, Canada, and Bail from that
port on the 20th of May. They v. ill
hurry through the long Journey so as
to be in London when, the coronation
ceremonies are under way.
routed to land ct Liverpool. 'Mr, irn-1
Mrs. Stoddard were accompanied by
ELITE CLEANING ft DIE WOBKS,
Phone Main 64. - J
their daughter, MIbs. Jeanettet, j and
while, in Europe will Visit with Wh
two;Bons who are L. D. S. missionar
ies in England.
While away the party will visit the
principal cities of interest on the tour
ist paths and aim to be back In La
Grande by August 1st. ' ' . -
WHITMAN COLLEGE NOTES.
-!' ' ' ; s
very comprehensive and helpful an
alyjsls of 4he Allen bill .which provides
for the adoption of the "commission
form of government for smaller cities.
The tri-state lnterscolastlc declama
tion contest was held on May 5th. Lou
ise Palmer of North Yakima was
awarded first place and received a
cup. Medals for second, third and
fourth places were awarded to Noririe
Hershey of Walla Walla;, Harold Lea
therman ofDaytor; Geneva Barton of
Colfax.":, - ; - ;
rThe cup awarded "on this occasion
was; given by tho-, Whltehouse Craw
ford company, s l ? . f -i '.
ATTRACTIONS AT GEARHAET
LA GRANDE, - ORE
wiitman jdoUee, Waltai. Wa'lla.l!
Wac?., May . 10. A recent Issue of the
Whidmnn college Quarterly lontalns"
the iull text of the report o HeVe-'
clal committee appointed by the board
of overseers to Investigate the .matter
of college fraternities.' Th yepprtl8
verycomprehensIv; and recommends
the establishment natiqnal prater-"
nltle under careful supery'lslot..j
1 ne sopnomore cias3 oi pie couege
pre8nt:d Sheridan's great pjay,, "The
Rivals!" at the Keylor ,Gra'ncl't theatre
on Thursday evenihg.'; The individual
parti were very well rendered by 4'tji
members of the class, and the play as
a whjole was enthusiastically received
by jtbe large audience. m
Professor W. D. Lyman isthls weeki
attending the meeting of the National
Development MeaH' Helena $p-ti
tana.. This league has under consid
eration varlouV matters pertaining to
the conservation and development of
the . northwests . :Prpfe6BorJLym"nnf. Is
i one ' of the ten delegates appointed by
'Governor Hay to represent the state
; of Washington."
Dr. C. G. Haines Is contributing to
'the evening Bulletin of Walla Walla a
Guests Afforded Every; Convenience
and Luxury Obtainable at Si ashore t
That the contest ' party' visiting
Gearhart will have much to claim
their attention while there is readily
Bfen from reading the list of features
for the season of 1911. Gearhart's
attractions for , the season are as fol
lows: . . i-. '
Magnificent new Gearhart hotel,
modern in every respect and the most
complete seaside resort in North Am
erica. Steam1 heated, electric lighted,
with hot and cold water in all rooms.
Excellent table, porch dining room
features and attractions not to be
found at any summer resort In the Pa
cific northwest., ' . .
. Pool and billiards. v
Hot salt water plunge. ' '
overlooking Pacific octan:
130 dressing rooms.- Bathing suits.
Showers, diving boards, etc.
Constantly renewed water. -
Balcony for spectators. ; , , ; ( .
SDlendid nine-hole golf course. ' '
Tennis courts, croquet -grounds.
Best turf bathing in Oregon.
Wide, hard sand beach 19 miles long
No rocks, holes or driftwood. .V I
Wide board walks.
and; jlearingnp- the ' complexion
' Yes, if, I had any kind of skin trou
ble, I'D USE D. D. D. "
" Notloa of Street Improvement
TO WHOM IT MXT CONdERN; No
tice is hereby given that in pursuance
of a resolution adopted by the com
mon council of the city of La Grande,
Oregon, on the lstidayj'of December,
1909, creating Improvement district
No. 10, and designating Greenwood
avenue as such district, and In pur
suance of a resolution adopted by said
common council on the 12th day of
April, 1911, whereby said council de
termined and declared its intention, to
improve all that portion of Greenwood
street, in said Improvement district as
hereinafter described, by laying there-
cn macadam roadway 40 feet wide, the
council of the citrof La Grande. Ore- ; J22;;;123 imd 124 and the south half
gpn,.on.the18th:.dayrtoI Auguat;190i;,or :hiock-147, nd.l49, all. in Cuaulia'n
crtatlng Improvement district No. 7, addition to the city of La Grande, Or
and. designating Monroe avenue as ,
such district and ln Dursuance of va . M's.i'v- .i...
resolution adopted by said common c0uncll win Jevy a 8pciai a8gea.
council on the..l2th day of April. 19n. ment on an the property affebted aatf
whereby sald council determined and - benefltted by such Improvement tor
declared Its Intention to improve all the purp0Be of pay,ng for ,uch ln
that portion of Monroe avenue In.sald' mVf -.i,o
improvement dlstrietv,as;heretaafter jof ."imWement:! the sum or
described, by-buUdlng-cement Walka 2 128 35 That tM counc,j wm oa
5 feet wide, the council will, ten days 1 17th day of May, 1911, meet at tto
after the Service of this' notice upon ' COUDcii chamber ' at the hour or
the ' ownets of tbeVprdpertyf Effected o'clock p. mi, td consider said estlmafc-
and .benefitted by such improvement,
order that said; above described Im
provement be faiade; that the'boundar.
ies of said district to be so improved
are as follows:
; A.11 that portion of Monroe avenue,
from the east line of North Fir street,
council will, ten days after the ser- to the west line of North Spruce street
vice of this notice upon ths owners of (A) And the property affected or.
the property affected and;; benefitted benefltted by said Improvement js as
by such improvement, order that said follows: All the north half of blocks
above described improvement be
ed cost, and the levy of said asses
ment, when a hearing will be grantel
to 'any i person feeling aggrieved tar
La Grande, Oregon, May 5th, 191L "
; CITY COUNCIL OF UK, GHANDE,
. OREGON. '
; ; By C. M. HUMPHREYS.
Recorder of the City of La Grande.
' ' . Oregon. ' yy r v .-. , :.
May S to 17. -
made ; that the boundaries of said dis
trict to be so improved are as follows: j
All that portion of Greenwood street,
from the north line of O. & W. R. R. to
the south line of T avenue.
- (A) And the property affected or
benefitted by said Improvement is as
follows: , ,
All the west' half bf blocks 152; 148,
147, 123 and 120 and the east half of
blocks 151, 149, 124 and 121, all In
Chapl'.n's addition to the city of La
Grande, Oregon. . ,. j t , ,, . ,',
Notice Is hereby further given that
the council will levy a special assess
ment on all the property affected and
.benefitted "by such Improvement for
the purpose of paying for such Vl'taW
Clogstbn & Nutter
Livery stable and saddle horses.
Automobile garage... Autos for hire.., vement, That tho estimated. cost 1
Bla natural foreit nark. ..... . . ...... .11
Shady trails to many points.
'Painters, Paperhangers, Decorators "
Phone Ind. 1341. 1 708 1-2 Sixth Street
CALL -( ANE) - GET - PRICES
Auditorium In the woods.
Streest electrically lighted. t. ' r
Specially arranged train achedule.
Saturday and Monday special.
Stores, Telephones and telegraph.. ;
Big dairy ranch In connection. ,
Many.Amusement enterprises, mov
ing-picture .show. . , ,
, Plcrilc grounds numerous.
' Beach strolling ideal.
:J ;u l
Piles Cured In 6 to 11 Days.
: PAZO i 'OINTMENT is guaranteed t6
cure ariy case of itching, blind, bleed-'
Ing or protruding piles In; 6 to 14' days
or money, refunded. 50c. ..
r'-'V;ru I Had Ecreraa '",r.'.
""i'A wash It away with that mild,
soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle,
25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trou-
of sucVtmprovejro?.nt" 1.n', .,um; ?t
15,615.40. That the council will on!
the 17th day of May, 1911,' meet at the :
council chamber at the hour of 8
o'clock p. m., to consider said esti
mated cost, and the levy of said assess
ment, whejr a'h$arrnff will be granted
to, any'-'person feeHnaggriejdl)
" "La Grande, dr.egon, May 6th, 1911.
: CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
' K"',By C. M
Recorder .of the City, of La Grande,.
. , , , Oregon. . " "
May 5 to 17.
Xotlce of Street lmproTemnt ";
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;, No
tice la hereby given that In pursuance
bles. cleansing away the lmpurltlea of a resolution adopted by the common Jl
We "Havejiistf1 received
' f fjV'Vr v EXTRA
A STAR SHINGLES.-
The best"- on the market. Come and tee them
f the retail finest is our ipeclalty v" s ;
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
- - GREENWOOD "Scr MADISON '
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Home Phone 421. Bell Phone, Main 732