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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911.
"3 msKaww!,1 "
AND READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
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duced this season, we say: "Come Early." The styles we shew will
please your eye. The values we offer .will please your pocketbook.
Call' at once and see our immence stock of
New Suits, Winter Coats, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Under-
wear, Hosiery, Gloves, Etc,
Men s Nobby Oxfords, $5 values hoF$3.65 Tans, Blacks,: Patents; Dull father
LOOKERS ARE JUST AS WELCOME AS BUYERS
THE STORE TO PUT YOUR FAITH IN
Treasurer's Call for tit Warrant.
There are funds in the treav
wry to pay all warrants lsBued against
water fund .of La Grande city ' up to
and including No. 9,716, endorsed Pept,
IV 1910. Interest on all warmnta on
Water Fund from No. 9-616 t0 9,716
Inclusive ceaBes from date of this
Call.' :' ' I1' ' ' " .'. ' '.
La Gramle, Oregon, Aug. 9, 1911. J
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Fresh Shipments of
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al college. ,
'Industrial Education" L. R. Aid-'
; cruian, Salem, sute supeiiutendent ,
public instruction. . .
"Good Roads and Rural Uplift" P.
L Campbell, Eugene, president Uni
versity of Oregon. .
"Community Co-operation in Colo
nization Work" Louis W. Hill. St.
Paul, president Great Northern rail
way.'. : -- - .
of President Lovett, of Harri
"Helpful Suggestions" Howard El
liott, St. Paul, president Northern Pa
"All Together for a Greater Ore
gon" Carl S. Gray, president Hill
lines in Oregon.'" .
Wedneniday, Angnst 16, Good Roads
' Day. '
Reports from Commercial clubs,
vice presidents of league presiding.
Addresses cn good roads by Louis
W,, Hill, chairman board of directors.
National Good Roads association;
Sam Hill; Judge' W. S. Worden, Klam
ath Palls; speakers representing the
state grange; C. S. Jackson, editor the
Oregon Journal, on "Good Roads Leg
islation,' and olhers.
Election of officers, unfinished busi
ness, adjournment.' . '
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Portland. Ore., Aug.! 8. (Special
Astoria will give a warm welcome to
the delegates of the Oregon Develop
ment League convention which meets
in the city by the sea August 14, 15
and 16. Coming as tt does when the
Astoria Cehtennlal celebration ,J In
progress, there will be many Inter-
estlng events to attract attention from
Matters of great importance to Ore
gon communities wilt come before the
convention. Addresses scheduled will
deal with publicity problems In a
helpful way, calculated to solve ques
tions that vex the average develop
ment worker; ideas will be exchanged
on methods and those attending will
come away better Informed on matters
ot the greatest moment to the state. .
During the three day session there
will be enough entertainment to avoid
the tedium that might follow uninter
rupted business. A big banquet will
bfe given by the Astoria people and
the various point of interest about As
toria will be viewed." Then, too, the
historic importance of the Centennial
will be appreciated when the pageaota
and scenes depicting the first century
of Oregor history are viewed.
Morning conference will be held on
each day of the convention by com
mercial club secretaries, and active
workers. Among those who will speak
at these sessions are;. Jeff Mosier,
Mosler, Ore.; Bruce Dennis, La
Grande, Oregon; J. S. Van Winkle,
vice president of Oregon Development
league, Albany, Ore.; J. A. Buchanan,
Roseburg, Ore.; O. C. Young. Culver,
Ore.; S. W. Slgler, Dayton. Ore.; O.
H. Byland. Warrenton, Ore.J J. M. Wil
liams, Eugene, Ore.; J. E. Sawhtll.
Bend, Ore.; Jaa. J. Sayre, field secre
tary of Oregon Development league,
W. L. Crissey, secretary Inquiry bur
eau, Portland Commercial club.
The program as now outlined for
the convention follows:
Monday, August . 14. Organization
day, and Tuesday, August 15, Railroad
day. .. . , ..
, Call to Order, Dr. H. L. Henderson,
tcnairman Centennial committee, mav-
or of Astoria. . - '
Address of Welcome, John E Grat
ke, editor Astoria Budget.
President's address Theodore B.
Wilcox, president Oregon Develop
ment league. "'.
' "Next Year's WorK'lC, C. Chap
man, secretary Oregon Development
league. ' ; : '' . " ,
"What Better Organization Can Ac
compllsh" William Hanley, Burns,
vice president Oregon Development
league and president Central Oregon
Development league. !
"Hens, Hogs and Harmony" J. W.
Brewer, Redmond, vice president Cen
tral Oregon Development league.
"Our Responsibility to Newcomers;
How Commercial Clubs Can Serve
Them" William M. Colvig, president
Medford Commercial club; vice pres
ident Oregon Development league.
."Exhibits as a Means of Education"
Hon. James S. Brady. Boise, ex-governor
of Idaho; president Western De
"New Awakening for New Duties"
Tom Richardson, founder of Oregon
'Exhlibtlng Our Products" John F.
Carroll, editor the Evening Telegram.
"Team Work Between Commercial
Organizations and the State" Hon."
Oswald West, governor of Oregon.'.
"Portland's Attitude Toward State
Building" O. F. Johnson, chairman
Promotion committee, Portland Com
"More People on Farms' J. H. Ra
ley, Pendleton, vice president Oregon
"Community Solidarity" J. Robert
Hargrares, Hood River.
"Settling Our Logged Over Lands"
N, B. CofTman, Chehalls. vice president
Southwest Washington Development
"Foreign Immigration" A. E. Hofer,
secretary Salem Board of Trade, rep
resentative state board of Immigration.
."Business Men, Bankers and Hogs"
D. O. Lively, rice president Port
land Union Stockyards company.
"Assimilating Settlers" W. J. Kerr
Corrallls, president Oregon Agrlcultur
TOXY MORGAN IS HERE.
Wallowa County Man. Sow of fallfor-
In days gone by Tony Morgan'and
his wife were as well known people
as Wallowa county possessed. . They
settled near Joseph and made good.
Then they decided they wanted a
milder climate and removed to Cali
fornia near Ceres. - Following the
same tactics they had in ' Wallowa
county they Boon become permanent
fixtures or their new state -and now
It Is hard to Bay how much' money
Tony Morgan Is worth. He was the
trail blazer for about 100 Wallowa
families who have located and made
homes in the irrigated region select
ed by Mr. Morgan. To an Observer
renorter today, he said the Wallowa
delegation were all doing well, that
they liked the country and everything
and everybody Is prosperous.. v-
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan will remain
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