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THtJllSBAY, MAX 18,1911, -
pbsttio$ witlj the Eai r5tryl"-ay;
wilba; pleased txTmeet tier friends. M
' I Bargain 'rfasemettt'' 'C '.-
Values 'unequaled. Small fWchen
an house' Wnlshlngg.-'Grtnlteware,
tinware, 'dishes,' etc The OoldextRu)e
company. . " .- ,
Bert X-Sherwood, Proprietor l
if alii Jffaniiger." f
"The Pepper Industry. Path' n
growth and manufaclurYbrpep'--pf.
Photographs lri ' Borneo. !
"he .Inventor's 'ftigh'ftfV.Pa'tho
jaMagnlflcent story fit -. n,-.
ventor's patent being s grabbed
bjr a rich. , concern'.' Tie : Invent
.tor eventually comeSj' Into ; his
wn: ' : ;rf.-v-
'Mow Bella -Was Won'.'-.Edispii;
f An old old fashioned Wory.' oV
$ur. grandmothers! days. Grand
p.s. knows Jots, of gpod ways andv
frieans.1 v. u ;..; 4 i;,f
The . Phoney Prince" Kalem..
f you dpn't laugh, cothe again.;
t ' Is-part- Irish comedy; Jhe;
est part. . The other part, is,a(
serido ..PefsIan'Ttfihcei 'r-4 it
lliuitiiafod :piig ''fi "My; :VlM
Irish :Posfl," Chauncey. qIWt'sr
toe'Stofteiss? sung by.j, u i4. ,
Miqns" . '.I,.lv'.- Miss Carries..
TT- -ra, .....
waiBtingt anijBulUng, complete
f 60c and 60c values; on sale
!th&' f eelt- at iS&c, ..The, Golden
' . ;' , . ..ForSaJe. . . .
Ily tinning find plumbing tustrrts'j lri
JoBeph.Oregoh. , I ' hate ft first, class
s of tinners' and plumebrs' tools
Reason for selling, failing health.5 V
e-i7-i2t -uY.-j;- J. S. HOUCK.
Silk PettjcSats. 13.79 specTSlTTierw
arrivals ; sof t tetaTmadeKhave
tlte narr$wappearance, and yet plea
ts of wii:h..$5'.II0:and $6.00, values
at this stcCial price" of $3.79. All
values g on sale at this flgare, 15.43,
I It isprobabiMtails; wib," the
'agu can be f eitfeflj t!af4he,Union-
ia Gfatide-Kam wlllbeitilayed Tn La
itranl'inext Stindav thstead x)f at Cn
fon biuse of the .rjoot condition o
11. . i r nj?;.,.n t i
ftvaight game3 away from home.
' SelltKltf 2aiv;iJln cjr (rvfii
B n La g-and'5 today spreading the pub
t'fcuy maner ior iaai circus.
terul-ise hd -otbe well known high
school 'athletes t Wallows, cpunty
rfe in La Grande last evening on
their way to Portland and Corvallis
where next SnndayL they will :particl-
uat In the O. A. C. meet The La
Grande team Is already thirel ' '
iiunrmy .and, the , Slocking '" BlTd."
presented by Paul GUmore, gifted ac-
ttorj will, be- p. Steward ( attraction 'on
May Z4. . Ci-. Otpuier, auvaucc maw
folh DroducUon of, stars, is -in La
Grande:"today .and .'assures 'Manager
Steward, thai Mr, Gllman will present
a very strong company. . y '
Let Every Uan's Shoulder ' B3
Put to the Wheel - -
- Au.tllish8nring shapes. All trim.-.
T i I nnea-BBtia& iaiB - v4,-to ""-1 -
I I 1 U iflaJ3 aluis to sell Quickly at $6X0
10.00 values to sell quickly at 5.to
8.50 value to sell quickly at f 4.01
MAKE THE COMMUNITY SHINE
T flrand eir!.
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Attsmbie, Compare Local, Advantages
. Far rattidabl-LTra ;Towr as
You Would Your Own Business.
To promotf .ucceifsfulrflnd solve
tne proiwem or locaaevijiopmeni eacn
one must consider it ns ho would his
tt.4lP Smith.. nr1 Mies Ethe . R.ttodlTkiH.uiJ ?Wflfff .hui?J
eaitoc or a owo Development. nac i
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nuum 'It r i'ivm SB
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Gmt' Northern vacuum cJeBner onf
17.50; Sold by W. H. Bo.hnepkamp ft
Haddad Bros., dealers , iu oriental
tags, are advertising' nnj aispiay 1
Ienry , & Carr'S . for tomorrow 'onlf.
Should you be. interested., irf "the; Or
fntals'make it a point .to. call and 1
pecVhis line. ' J" (. ;
Complete 'line of new., spuing., pat
terns, la,wns and'.wash'gobds.'; Values
1-2 112c-and i5c; on sale at 7 l-2c. The
IGolden Rule company. , , . 3.
were married .this t afternoon "at th'o t
homfi'of'the bride lri South La Gran'd'. i
Rev.TJ.' D, llliian offlcfating'..: - ::,.
The Chautauqua directors meet this
evening at 7:0 at the Commercial club
roomh'J ?Llt dtrectji re Tgedto be
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, t t'EKSONALS.
erect ftj modern,, plant., fquipied with
the best up to date ' machinery 'and
producing ,th? .best .of a needed prod
uct, if.he st.oredj it In hia warfhonso
and4et it'goottliat?- -i"
The . colnmpnlty has something to1"
sell, vacant ,b.uildlng' lots ror nouses,
stores, warehouset or Industrial plants
or . similnf' plants . ior'- rent "or sale;
merchant a'- and manufacturers to be :
patronized and professI6nal citlaens to-
consult and a dcstfuy to determine.
The'sitielyea iff the 'lottA wTCcaonaTe
aavaotuges.;. - is juw.siyc cu t-reu
with the dust of years or hidden, y' a
curtain of cobwebs; and have its own-
if, r ' to .v
:r fefe- ''v.;:-' :- -; ; ;; turbans.' jf. t
:' : byWti'tt JW . $10.00 values at 15.00 to $6J),j-
I - W : "' ; ; ; 8-50 values at S4.00 to ...... fij.
J, ' ; 6.00 values at $3.00 to ...... W; ;
' ' S f ' :i ' j j 1 The regular pr!ce hae ' . . :, s $
! i-' .'.' ! .vVf'Ml 1,1 ..wmlBglyyV-v;;;:;..V; ljr ;-r1r'.:' :-
! ,. -'ij ' t tjt irtdtartoM Banner, bat we: . v ''' f-x
Wlffifc' I 'hare' bad- i ImmfBse J t- ' '
! : ' - t ! I ' business In our millinery - I , l t
t 11 2 Z Y: "2..tr'.t 1 J j1v.. ht ..nn ; J St r-.''V t
f J: J' fi f as 1 . , !fc fc
.. 7 1 . ' : tho line Js picked Wvt' ' r.-fy: "Alt'
I . . AMM --ZrZ'K-' ;;;;
t ' tnl ' Comtilete lline lawns and wash eoods I I ' r ha Silk Detticoats, values unequalled. New 1 ill .,
m I ti.-i - vT,.Tf". wl,l'.Jl5l made for the narrow skfrts. $3.00 Tal- I Y.
ft. I ' - " - X I'; -"-ue8 on Bate.--.". .......... ?' ' '--"
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l I J waisunga, rouiaro suuinga,i I! '2 i;ercii1 ue iiuutiiis, uv iiwico judi 1 1
I .-ww - ouc tobUC values On sale. .1 I Iiuw ivv values u .jtmio. . ,v: , t
7 1 . .. . -1 . t . : . . . . - , , , . . . . .v 1 x . '
Miss Bertha Berger has accepted a
When your feet hurt :
you, and you think you
have rheumatism inthem
-but you haven't, try a i
pair of our
Steel Foot Arches?
and you'll find out what,
has been the -cause of all-
your suffering. Made to
tit comroriaDiy , m iwi,
style shoe. Carried in
W;. A.eardsd of North Powder w
s stopping s Pley ,thls;aft-i;- v
JlOOn.. .. ,i : ' : " i 'iu,Mlltlnn tionrlltt nf th Mff
Mrs,,Ivanhoe is here from Entei- "--Ll
prise, visiting her many friends in JUi
Grande, i , : ' .'V
1 Carl D. Manekle of Spokane tran
sacted business in th? city today and
was a guest a the Foley while herp.
Mrs. TV Fitzgerald has rcturfied
nolished and the dust and cobwehs
bapiBhed and the world advised of the
quality, nature 1 and utility of these
wares by advertislng-and exploiting
QUALITY THE SAME
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- The destiny is in your bands. The
responsibility is yours,' arid the- chal-
them ns.we do Jn private business. -enpe cannot he evgdqd. v 111 yu
for what is true of it is equally and in j meet it and succeed or 8hrTn'fronrlt
to .ebBcuruy. and. raliure?
" iM Hontitv Extraordinary.
sizes fof men and women'
L: J.French Shoe Col
m U .1.1 D Se
a . .,1 1 .. - r 1
Dr. . ... ...... 'L" .
frnm T5r.r,t 1 Q n rt Whom tthfl WR1I? 10 IT.-' . . . i
,,ui" i" - r . ereater decree true 01 me cummuui-n
tend the assembly of the Rebekah?;j lnteregti . foc. without 1 active co
Attorney L. B. Denham wa down operation neither ; can thrive; hence
here from Elgin lasb night, returning the, cnmpaign of local promotion dnd
home on the morning .train. - . N development is no longer optional.
' Dr. Reynolds and wife of North Row- There -are three essentials to mental
(ir w?re business visitors in ,tlie jpHv actlvity first, to interest; second, to
t'i's morning and Btopped at the Foley convince; third, to force action. 'Every
y-vv hpre. , , ' citizen worthy the name is Interested,
TW;.E. D. Ressler, at the head of and It Is comparatively easy 'to con
ti. department of education at Cor- nec for actlon
fall's Is at the,Fo!ev this afternoon. tf supi.emacy ,g t0 be won, but tue dlf
He addressed an audience at the high flculty Ja reached in forcing action,
scbool this afternoon. ; I , you Cfcn hold meetirfgH, talk things
Mr. KingC the popular musician and over and agree upon what should be
musical director at the Isl's thsatK done, but the fighting volunteers are
returned this morning from Spokane usually few, and : the majority are
where fa has been transacting iusl-' Prone to shift the burden of work and
nossfora fewdavs :" ' ! - i' i worry to otber shoulders, forgetting
ness ror aTewaays , , . .,. essential and
.Attorney 1 p. Slatet returned th's mon. KhnnM mU8t l)e DUt t0
rmuruiHs wuw x cuu.auu .-r. ;V: the wheel to Insure success.
heen attending the convocation of the
Eastern Oregon diocese of the Episco
palchurch: 1 '
1 District Attorney Fv S. Ivftnhoe ar
rived home this morning frm Enter
prise where be has represented the
state IitS a i)is iaies heard there.
He reports thaHte' man who was
capX'flSted.fif njurderlng thejacobs boy
.aeijted (tjj - an indeterminate
sentence of from one to i5 yeajrs..
: rim Ladies of the Jocal M;cubce
lodge ire exlJec'lti?g a")arg utteiidauce
this evening renprdless. of-'Iie raluv
..iii". -.The. c- has feorifito in-
siderabje troubleand expense o make
their annual bah; which Is to ie given
4t 'th.Els.hall onJR a plSjsuccess
and they are not to bff da'utitea byvbad
weathenrtv.rt . . I
Mr. Shutt of Joseph, ilr. Din of Eff
Carefully assemble and compare your
local advantages. . Eliminate tne Dis
advantages as far as practicable. Con
sider your resources, ; bear in mind
present development, determine the
character of development needed and
for which your locality is best adapted,
tbeu spread the news' and tell the
world about it:' A city eet .on a hill
cannot be hid, ana your community
must not hide its light under a bushel.
Wljen in contemplative mood we ire
prohe.'t'p reflect' upon "piping times of
1 'l AVnlAO:,m-rlt4ncr ., In an . Ttntlnn
magazine says 1hat the Swiss canton
of Ticino la inhabited by the most hon
est folk it is possible to Imaging In
most of "'.the--Tlclnese -villages, , the
writer says, the oldest inhabitants do
not remember any case of thieving,
however petty, within a lifetime. Lost;
objects when found must never ' be
taken away; they must be left where
they were dropped of placed in a con
spicuous position so that the rightful
owner can find bis property more easi
ly.' The case is cited of an American
woman tourist who lost, her purse on
an excursion In the Val Capriasca.
The purse contained gold cola and a
Jeweled watch. Upon returning "from
her trip she, found the purse with Its
contents Intact on a little heap of
leaves, so placed that it could hot fail
to attract her attention. New York
Sun. .' .
Southern Tresbjterinn 4sf mblya ItefttiaybylHdg jQiudwbo- Jvithwrt
" Louisville, Ky., May l.i-Tia annlmh lJjnitatJon $fimn to flftesa
general assembly of the Southern years, the d.nnite tlfne Se is tompel
pfeBbyteHari 'thurch' convened Ja .this led to serve to be determined by 0ie
'ty ioday,.wlth, aJarge attendance of board of paroTG hnd the-gowernorpe
peace," mij it yow lmnKme jaai laew
are dnj'fi';of peace, 4t Is because ou
cannot o.r will hot hear tne roar, or pat
tie. 'The b'attie is ou.'one of the great
pt J-nnfllpta in American history Ibat
To Cnre a Cold In One Day. 1
Take laxative bromo quinine' tab
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c. f t
delegates and visitors from all over
the sbutlu The retiring moderator,
Rev. W. E. Boggs, D. p., of Atlanta,
preached the annual sermon. The as
sembly will be In session ten days.
The reports prepared for presenta
tion to the assembly show the past
year-to have,be(m...on of gratifying
progress, both In the. membership and
finances of the church. The Increase
in the number .of churches In certain
sections of the south, notably in' Okla
homa, Texas, Arkansas; and Flo''
has been so marked that. It has been
found necessary to call a halt on evan
gelistic effort, until ' churches Already
established an be equipped. It. has
also been a banner year for the mis
sionary, .eduatioiial and other depart
ments of the church work. The home
mission i board: handled during? the
year $22100, a considerably .. larger
sum than In any previous year.
? Makers of Cotton pods. . ....
. Richmond,' Va., May 18. Manufac-
was also fined 100.00.
, The case of state vs. Robert "FrlddtWj
went to the Jury this evening. Ha l
charged with a statutory crime. ,, i
GKAIX DEALERS ATTACITEl).
Balls .of Clilcago.Whout Tits Are CrH-
; -Icfefd yReslUonsCll
AChlcagft, May 18 What is regarded
as a knockout to grain manipulators
In Chicago Is seen today lathe reso
lution adopted by the Chicago board!
of trade after a: sharp fight fcranjllng
as ''uncommercial aqd dlshonorabl
eonduct "the pi-actlce ot marketing la
cities grain held here at lower prices
than obtainable In Chicagq. jf fj
The blow was aimed at wheat bulls
who are now closing up their deals In
May options. Since May 1 shortshave
beejl compelled to Bettle In cash fo
11,000,000 bushels of "paper weat"
which they sold but did not possess
and could not deliver. jj
FOREST FIRES BAQING.-,--
"""T" Wholesalers "of f I '
uraTEB,' CREAM, JJlLK, BUT
"J-- lERarailf AND IfE?
CREAM- I " f
locate! at 115 Fir stmt, In the
building formerly oecapicd .
by Gold Leaf Creamert. four
. order wni..bi kJtd. promwtr
vWB SEED CREAM-WE ikY TOP PRICE FOB- BUTTEB' FAT )f;
Tokio Apprised of Diwastrons Blaze ou
j Island Xear Japa,ri. ' " ,J
i' Tokio, May 18. Fears that hundreds
est conflicts in American jbwiwjt-uui - tUrAii fln rfir-
wholesomeMrpllftlng., good.vnatJred Perlahed In he great JMres rag-
cohflict..betwee0l(Ajmerlcan comnftml- lng.on the island of Hokkaido, since
ties Cor supremacy,' . . , ' i May 9, was felt hereoda, v ; y r i
It is no ordinary baftie,' this cofiflict Several towns were destroyed and
between -Ameiaa.camnitinltlcs.l for, muca timber land fires wjep$.. For the
although, ccwttodtoz -with one arwiber. 1 iaat tT0 (jayg ther lias,1beenTno:com-
we "are at the Bame- time ngntmg a muni;ati0,u Relief 'expedlt&hflje.
common-eneujy. .,, being organized. ' . : t i I T
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Sunshine Society CoUTCnUou.
Druggists refund' money If . it,' ers of Cotton goods in "all parts of
IUUUU J, ITU111JI IDlUft iue uiquiuci-
shlp of the American jCotton Manufac
turers' .assoclationj gathered here to
day to discuss the, present de'presslbn
lnmarKet conoiuons ana otner mat-
j l ters. pi great imponance 10 tne coiiou
manufacturing Indnstry The occasion
is tne fifteenth annual meeting of the
' Presldent -D. Yw Copper of Charlotte )
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cauea tne covepuort to order nnis
morning and delivered his annual ad
dress. ' MayolD.C:-'Rich'atdBOtr'',wel-
comed the' visitors.! ;C.ommittef t&r
three. closely, allied, generals, -'Aphthy. j
Lethargy and inaction, xney are-qeep-
vi and stronelv intreiichcd. they ihlnk, ; New York, May 18.-Greetlngs from
I bafbose trenches are only ,tbi iW-FwldeJirTafor
that so-often, retara, out must fiever uooseveit ana a numoer 01 omer prom
fce allowed .to halt, the ma'rch ofj prog lisrspersoliff were rraad. today atJlhe
res,, f Under the leadership of JPnthu- 0jen, Jg of Ae ernitiia) snnshlpe
slasm." Enbrgy and Optimism the eifVX t ZA, 41un J
my-can.be Wonted artd the opinion .
fpqte?rd.,.nrtr'whep the of rnnTPnHon. wnlph wlll laat tantll
battle cearsaway.you win uim max "
you have 'acaleved-.sdccess ajl .front of the week.
p'ots .wre' presented and-there, w-erel
also addresMS von the." scientific man-'.
agemeut, otpttfn (mllls'and' plans? to
increase te ' American cotton's gdods;
trade In fchfna.:'-' A 'leading' feature $f
the afternoohTsefaiohTwas; anaddresa
by Arthur R. Marsh, president of the
-ftAIvah Harris, convicted of
slaughter waj "sentenced to the pent
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