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IZ GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
"WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911.
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3 Trips to
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TOpdplgl Deseving Frisnd- to Win?
TTxVf u ? 5 ? kelp CDteltafU Tetg Me "wed tt Pc of the tmr. Lead orer the
1 1 (1 ; i 111 H ft 4 . J9M CaB b',p 10 ,M, frkBi PortUmd, to tbo oecii ban and to San Frauds.
1 M U Ul r t sccre an additional scholarship, le.r ow. jeWs ..bscrlptloa, which w31 be paid If paid now,
, , E1 Uraiee yow friend ! tie eontest for one of these desirable prlaes. ' . . '
1 1 Tripa to
ROUND TRIPS WITH ALL EXPENSES TO SEAPORT OTIES
Leccons in Music, to th? Value of $50.00, with Jean McDonald-Birnie, of La Grande
Tuition to the Value of $100.00 in any department of Whitman Collese, Walia Walku
Tuition to the Value of $50.00 m the Baker Businecs College, Baker City.
Conditions and General Information.
Any respectable person over 12
years of age is eligible to enter this
The cont. st manager reserves the
right to reject any pominations. and
all candidates must abide ; by the
'rules of the contest :.
No employe of the Observer Is elig
ible to enter thi3 cont. st arid every
candidate will be given the. same ad-
with which to secure subscriptions.
Then let your friends know you are
In the contest, and request them to
save thilr votes for you. '
Candidates may nominate themselves
or may be nominated by their friends.
Votes will be allowed ba subscrip
tions secured anywhere in the world.
VotvB not transferable. ' V . i
Any question which may aris; will
be 8ft led by the Observerand its de'
cis!on will be final.
Send in Your Nomination.
once write them : '.V ,S Should you father, mother, brother, friends for systematic work in your follows
- n kuh ww iuu iai.ci, r intud among 10 an organi
paper. ' , . .,
Votes will be 'Issued cn v renewals
and paid-in-advanc subscriptions. . A
coupon and nomination blank will :.iso
be published In the Observer, which
will, count for the number of votes
specifled thereon. 1 . 4:
The first thin? to do is to enter your
name as a ca-idirtatfi. ' : ant.
Then either call, write or phone ho1 v Be abitious and determined to win.
Observer office; for a receipt book If you have friends you can not see at
old subscription payments. sation. get them to secure the votes
Call or send to the Observer office and assistance of the members.
for a receipt book. The content mann. TVi nnt W a A ax, k. ..iii,....
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tger .wlll be glad to have you call bo securing some subscriptions and totes.
.-.ow uD v.u.c.iimiu uciain ana give ine seaay, persistent dally work is
you helpful plans. Telephone or write what will win you the prize. Keeping
if you cannot call and a representative : iverlastlngly at it is what brings suc
will give you full details In person or cess. - .
in letter. r iAnyone. anvuhprA run nta tnr ant.
y- Secure evtry coupon and nomination 1 candidate. Candidates can secure votes
uiann as soon as you can. as they all; anywhere
count. But work for "the votes Issued
' You will find 'nomination blank in
this paper. It Is g'ood for 1,000. votes, j by payments on subscription, for they
which give you-a fine start. ; . count the most. ' 1 . ; : '
Then enlist the aid of your fri:nds ' . ; Ask Your Friends to Help You.
and neighbors. .Use your telephone,? if you belong to a society church
Let everyone know . that , you are a ' or any organization let your fellow
candidate , before they promise , thilr members know that you xpect their
neip to a more enterprising contest- net p. it wm be given freely If you
Interest will o a long way toward
making you a winder of one of the
trips or other prizes. , y
Don't lose a single dajrf Get some
, , Increase Your Yolo Each Day.
subscriptions each. day. That Is the
way to win out. Get a receipt book
and start at once, ' ; ' ;
: Wstrlbntlon of Prizes.' ' :
To insure a Just distribution of prlz-
Two from the city of La Grande;
four from Union county outside of La
Grande; three from Wallowa county.
Pine and Eagle valley. :: ' '
! Free for AH, , :
The three winning candidates who.
at the end of the contest have the most
votes, may extend their trips to Saa
'Francisco, as guests of this newspa
.Yotlng Tower of Subscriptions for the Evening Observer.
TIME " By Carrier In By Mall in VOTES -
' La Grande ' United States ALLOWED
One year:.'.:..,,;..,.... ...... 7.00..,., ...... 4.00...... 6000
Six months 3.50. 2.00. . .'. . . . . , . .2500
Three Months .......... ...... 1.75,;;... ...... 1.00...... 900
One Month ,. ....... .657..... ...... , .65r..... -;V..v.i 150
One Week '.IS...... ......... . -10
Toting Tower of Snbscrlptlong for the TYeetly Observer.
One Year ............... ..i. ......... 1.50...... ..,1500
Six Months ; .75 ................. 400
only- ask before It Is given to some
' Don't forget that children can do
the most effective work in collecting scrlptions IF YOU OSLY ASK THEM,
coupons and nomination blanks, as They wlH also secure votes for you
weu -as secure you many subscrip-4 FEiOJI THEIR FRIENDS.
: , tions.
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. inese valuable prizes will be won j territory has been divided into three" at the "end of the contest raaga '
by someone. Why not by you?. . , , districts. Certain prizes are allotted numerical order ln standlng ut
is easier to ask questions than to.eacb, district Candidates within a votes, may extend their trlns to sea-
district compete with one another. For 8ld or Columbia river summer re-
certaln prizes the districts may com sorts. . ' . , ,
pete against one another. But in the In lieu of the trins. scholarAhl in
roaln the competition is 'within the music and in schools may be select
districts vthemBelvi. , As the contest td. Bef or the end of the'eontMt &
proceeds, the number 'of prizes allotted list of such ontional r cr h-
to each district may be adjusted to suit eB 'will be announced. Prizes may ba
the number ot candidates actively en- ;adde1 the contest oceedg and 2
To the Portland Rose Festival, be
ginning June 5, the highest candidates '
correct mistakes. Dont hesitate to
ask questions. The contest manager
is at the Observer office to help you.
; Ttlephone Main 13. ; -
tour Friends Will Help You. ;
- Hundreds of people wlll have no
personal friends In- the contest. You
1 A little organizing among your
In each district will receive awards as! receive prizes.1.
the number of candidates multiplies.
to the end that a proper proportion of
all those who actively compete may
inn iinni a
. Jtlcrting of Historians at Evunston.
Ev&nston, 111., May 17. The annual
mee'n? s of the Mississippi Valley His
torical association, North Central His
tory Teachers' association, and the
Illinofs Historical society began herb
today under", the auspices of Nortn-
wesiein university-' The proceedings
will continue until the end of : the
Sprains require careful treatment Keep
quiet and apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely.- It will remove the soreness and
quickly restore the p-rts to a healthy con
dition. For tale bv all dealers.
E.v: i : ' :. :.otfv.
.! Swift's Premium Hams i!
and Armour's Bacon
Also Home Rendered
i Cily Grocery & Bakery i i
The Home of fancy Groceries
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ME3I0RML ADDRESS SODAY AXD
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ANNUAL BALL TOMORROW
MACCAREE LODGE WILL HOLD AX-
SCAL EYEXT. .
Doctor Cillflan and Attorney Cochran
, Principal Speakers. ' -
Arrangements for proper ' observ
ance of memorial day this year are
under way arid the local post of U. A.
R., headed by Cornmander; Faulk U
now completing the details. Thu.i far,
the entire programs have not been
made up but the essential numbers are
ready. Dr. J. D. Gillilan of the M. E.
church, will deliver the Memorial ad
dress on Sunday, May 28, at the Chrls
tion chufch at 2:30 o'clock! Memorial
day exercises will constitute the usual
tributes tofsoldier dead, by the local
post marcnlng to the cemetery and
carrying out ; of ritualistic services
there. The public is urged to partici
pate In these services. On tnelr return
to the city the old veterans will be ad
dressed by Attorney C. E. Cochran.
The secondary numbers . on both of
these, days have yet to be fully decla
High Class Mnslc Promised Dancers at
the Annoul Affair Thursday.
' La Grande Hive No. 27, Order of
Maccabees, will come into Its own to
morrow evening when the annual ball
given by that fraternity Is held at the
Elks hall. - The' event Is public and
as the ladleB of that order arranged a
most Successful ball lflRt vtar ,ihn
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dancing public looks forward - to a
fine evening's . enjoyment ;, tomorrow
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The Jodge has had the arrangement
of this ball1 under way for several,
weeks and nothing has been left un
done that will aid in the entertainment
of the guests. The tickets will cost
one dollar and there will be first class
music for the dancers. . V '.-'.. i'
' Knlfflits Templur at Wheeling:. '
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Knights Templar of West Virginia met
In this city today in their 37th annual
conclave. In their honor thef business
section is profusely decorated with
the colors and emblems of masonry.
The two days' program provides for u
reception, parade and competitive
drill, In addition to the business ses
sion. :.',.: . ' ;. ." ':..,'
Reginald Windham, of Alberta, Can
ada, and grand daughter of the yue
Lieut, Gen. Sir Charles Ashe Wind
ham was married to Lewin Edwara
Cadogan, son of Earl Cadogan. -
Anglo-Cnadalan Weddlniy. :
London, May 17. In the Holy Trin
ity church today Miss Mary Beresford
Kentucky Traction Merger. : '
Lexington, Ky., May 17. The consoli
dation agreed upon some time ago ey
the various traction interests of Cen
tral Kentucky became effective today.
The new concern bears the name of
the Kentucky Traction and Terminal
company and controls the street rail
way system of Lexington and all th
Interurb&h Hue rim-ils ui ci iV
Odd Fellows' Home Dedlcoled.
Dell Rapids, S. D.,; May IT. The
nagnlflcent home erected hero by the
Odd Fallows of. South Dakota Tor the
benefit of aged and Indigent raembcra
of the order was dedicated today with
Impressive ceremonies. The) grand
lodge had charge of ,the dedication,
which was attended by large delega
tions of Odd Fellows and .Rebekahs
from Sioux Falls, Huron and other
places. ';, "
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Wind Mills, Deming Pumps, Richardson & Boynton
Warm Air Furnaces, Pipe Valves and Fittings, Gut
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