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LA GHAKDE EVENING OBSERVE - FUKSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.
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V GALLOWAY'S OI'IMOS.
Editor Galloway of Enterprise, gives
the following crisp opinion of the
iuuui) UU-, La orauiie ana me Ub
server: In an editorial entitled "The. Fu
ture Fair" the La Grande Observer
observes blindly "there is not a big
fair east of the Cascades range In Ore
gon." , The editorial is a lament over
" the decadence of the Union county fair
into a La Grand?- street show, and a
plea for something better in the fu
ton?. ; . ,
Ws certainly feel sorry for Brother
Dennis, who Is nothing if not public
. spirited, and hope his roseate dreams
of ajbtg agricultural fair in Union may
corny true ; and we feel sorry for his
', Ignorance about fairs in Oregon. Tfc.ire
is a present fair not 80 miles from La
" Grande -that is a big fair, the largest
; and. best in Oregon, east or west of
; the Cascades exc.pttng osly the state
! It is a real fair, an agrlcultrual fair
that Is a success, artistically and flnan
dally with thousands of square feet
occupied by splendid exMb's of the
farms, fields and orchards of a big,
rich, productive county, boused in per-,
manent bulling; and with hundreds
of rods of stabl s", sheds and pens filled
with tb best livestock in all this great
northwest, state fair prize, winners,
animals that are known from the
,Roekies to the pacific, ' and with
' enough racing and sport entries to
keep peopl; amused as .well as in
structed for flv.3 full days; and with
the whole backed by the united peo
ple who are proud of their fair.
We are not making odious comparl-
attle of Bunker Hill Edison.
A great historical picture.
Ragged Coast Gaumont. A
film showing breakers and wild
waves along the rockiy coast.
Intrepid Davy Vltograph Com
edy. It is some time since
li Davy appeared to gladden the
W hearts of an audlance. In thief'
film he Is even funnier than in fA
those that havve gone before t
"Davy is Good." f
The IMcture on the Screen
Gaumont. A young man sees
in a motion picture a girl that
Interests him. He obtained a
position as actor in the same
company, making a very pretty
romance and ruling very happily.
"1 LOVE THE GIRL MY FATH-
ER IjOVED," Sung by Mr. Grtce.
I Steam heated building, always
warm and comfortable.
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Copyriaht 1911 Alfred Decker A Coha
Blons. Every county In Oregon should
haVe. a big agricultural fair like Wal
lowa', or as near like It as their re
sources will permit. We hope Union
will have one next year. But mean
while, Brother Dennis, throw aside
your prejudices, your, larger town as
sumption of superiority, and come
over and see a real fair, so you can go
heme and revise that editorial.
from the consent of governed.
But the right ffjwndatlon for the
government is to promote the general
to have given the right of way.
But when the United States offered it
$10,000,000 for right of way it demand-
welfare of th people and people have ed $29,000,000. Because it had the op-
)N 1UG11TS OF AT10S.
Editor the Observer: It seems to
me that Tom McXeal's words in last
week's Observer criticizing (Roosevelt
In regard to Colombia Is very much
out of place. Many people seem to
think that might is rtgh: i n naMon
and that people have a rgi to .trt
a rebellion on any pretrtt ur.iier Jit
rv":VVwtWWWUiUorJ' thot natlon' drl,! th!r '
no right to rebel unless they are oppressed.
The above principles are the foun
dation of good government, and if they
wero followed would do away with
most wars, and Roosevelt 8 objections
to the peace treaties are to guard our
rights to the above.
If we were hindered in restricting
Immigration from Asia or forbidden
to enforce the Monroe doctrine, or if
their decisions were unjust or were
against our general welfare, we would
not like it.
The building of the Panama canal
was of ni.-ne benefit to Colombia ac-
eordiug t ts population than to the
UntftM K'ah't and it could well afford
portunity might makes right and it
holds us up to the full limit just as a
highwayman does. It was not pro
mo, ing the general welfare of Its peo
ple doing so for its people could well
affrd to give $10,000,000 rather than
have no canal and it was a crushing
o. tinge to Panama. Suppose Roose
velt had taken the Nicaragua route.
We extol the aid France give us in
the revolution and our aid to Cuba,
but Panama was outraged as well as
We defended Colombia from the
gretd of the European nations.
What would Tom McNeal think of
a friend whom he had greatly helped
that would hold him up for every dol
lar he could, when he could get a SAGE and guarantee it to banish dan
chance? ' I . , , .
The European nations approved 8t falllng and itching
Roosevelt's action. The south was 8calp' or money back, It's a de
not oppressed by our government, I'ghtful hair dressing that makes bair
neither were the Philippines. The lustrous and fascinating. ' ,
Mexican war goes down in history as a I in the snrln I was recovering
tarnish to our name but Roosevelt's
actions with Colombia will not do so.
R. F. REASOXER, Winters, Cal.
Some chickens taken from a man
who stole them are in the city pound
today. The owner should communicate
with the city authorities.
HER HAIR GRXW.
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