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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911.
toga, Ind., "and consider It the best
on the market." For sale by all deal
era. eod & wkly .
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sWra A VELVET TOUCH,
. NOT A VELVET TOUO
I THAT INSURES
ABSOLUTE COMFORT ..
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f Your Eyes and Our
Prices are Right
TUDETS TO STUDY SUBJECTS
OF PRESENT I10UK MOVEMENT.
Hub Not Confined to Whitman Schol
ars Alone, but Anyone Eligible.
Whitman College, Walla Walla. Wa.,
Oct. 18. (Special) An innovation lu
western coUege life was inaugurated
at Whitman by the organization of a
Students' Politics club. It is the plan
of the club to discuss and have pre
sented some of the practical problems
that are confronting the American
public today and especially the prob
lenis as found in our. larger cities.
The membership of the club Is not
confined to students but any one In
terested in tha work may be admitted.
The club will hold at least one meet
ing per month. Some of the leading
men of the city and of the northwest
will be secured to lve addresses dur
ing the year.
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JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
T HEADS II. OF HI.
NEW PRESIDENT OF MINNESOTA
Brotherhood of St Andrew.
DufTalo, N.-'Y., Oct. 18. More than
: a thousand delegates, leaders in the
Protestant Episcopal church of the
United States and the Church of Eng
land In Canada, and many of them of
'hlch standing In business and the pro
fessions, have gathered In this city to
take part in the annual convention of
the Brotherhood of St Andrew. The
meeting will continue for our days anrf
will have as speaker" ""v. Wilson D.
Stearly of Philadelpma, Kev. Dr. John
Henry Hopkins of Chicago, Rev. Can
on Powell, president of King's College
of Windsor, Ontario, and a number of
other clergymen and educators of wide
reputation, ' .. .
KruttM-fanltt, Jr, a Car Repairer.
Bowie, Ariz., Oct. . Oiling car
wheels and tapping for flaws Is the
occupation here today of J. Krutt
sChnltt, Jr., son of the vice president
and director of maintenance and oper
ation of the Harriman lines. Julius
wears overalls and tests every train
He is guarded by a husky Blx-footer
with a revolver. .
LA GRANDEELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
Has Moved to Two Doors east of the P. 0.
Pay a visit to our new quarters THE QUICK 2
Thcne Black 3141.
go to B. B. NUTTER for
Paints, Wall Paper, Varnishes, Oils,;
Etc. Paper ten cents and up. ,
Estimates Furnished , Store 1708 1-2 Sixth st
HELP WANTED Young woman to
do chamber work and also woman
in laundry. Inquire at Hot Lake
FOR RENT Furnished front room.
Modern Phone to Red 61 or call at
1208 Seventh and M.
WANTED $1250 cash will' give city
icttiiy vaiueu ac duuv. f. O. Box 2U7
Gathering of Educated Marks Ordi
nation to Presidency.
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 18. In the
rresence of one of the most notable
gatherings of American educators eyei
assembled at one time Dr. George E.
Vincent was installed as president of
the University of Minnesota today,
succeeding Dr. Cyrus Northrop, wtio
retire some time ago after having
served for ZZ years as head of the uni
versity. The inauguration brought to
this city representatives of more than
50 of the leading universities and col
leges of the United States and Can
ada. The day's program was opened
with-an academic procession In which
the educators, alumni, students, fac
ulties and guests', all wearing academ
ic gowns according to their degree,
took part. , The procession was fol-,
lowed by formal exercises In the arm.
ory. Dr. Vincent was introduced by
his predecessor, Dr. Northrop. In a
brief speech of welcome, former Gov
ernor John Llnd. president of the
board of regents, formally turned over
to the new president the administra
tion of the university. Greetings from
other Institutions and from the fac
ulty, student body and alumni of the
University of Minnesota followed.
President William O. Thompson of the
Ohio state university presented th
congratulations oT the National Asso
ciation of State Universities. The fo
mal exercises concluded with the in
augural address of the new president
Dr. George E. Vincent, who becomes
third president of the University ol
Minnesota, comes to the Institution
from the University of Chicago, whe'fl
he served for ten years as profesof
of sociology. He was born In Rock-
ford, III., 47 years ago and is the son
of Bishop John H. Vincent of the
Methodist Episcopal church. After he
graduated from Vale In 1885 he engug-
ed in editorial work for one year and
then made an extensive tour of Europe
and the Orient. Upon his return to
America he became literary editor ol
the Chautauqua Press. He went to the
University of Chicago In 1892 as a fel
low In sociology and continued as an
instructor and professor at that Instl
tutlon until his election last year as
president of the University of Mlnne
FOR SALE Pair fine well bred 1400
lb. young horses. Cash, time or trade
jApply Kirtley stables. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE Team horses, wagon, har
ness and cow for sale. Phone Black
LOST A Pillow mink mufT. Leave at
"Paul's cigar store and receive re
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping at 1406 T. Ave. (10-1-t!
FOR RENT Two furnished front
rooms with, light and phone. Phone
Black 3752. 1902
FOR SALE Thorough bred English
bloodhound pups. Inquire Savoy
Hotel. D. C. Brlchoux. 10-14-10t
FOR RENT House and two acres of
ground. Good barn room for four
head of stock and six or eight ton of
bay. North St. and V avenue. Two
block east of 'new school house. In
quire at Observe office or phone
Farmer 205 10-14-tf
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Uptown office Main 720
Residence phone Main 25
Treasurer's Call lor City Warrants.
There are also funds In the treasury
to pay all warrants Issued against wa
ter fund of La Grande city up to and in
cluding No. 9814, endorsed
Interest on all warrants on water
fund from No. 9732 to No. 9814 Inclu
sive, ceases from date of this call.
La Grande, Oregon, Oct. S, 1911.
ROT W. LOGAN.
' City Treasurer.
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When you haw a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
curt It with as little delay as possible
Here is a druggist's opinion: "1 have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
15 years," says Enos Lollar of Sara
WANTED Two lroners at Hot Lake
WILL TRADE Good five room house
and 4 lots. Will trade for horses
or cattle. - 10-11-tf
LA GRANDE IWESTMEXT CO.,
La Grande, Oregon.
BOY WANTED Fam-Us-Klng
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GET ADVICE ABOUT HOW TO TAKE
CARE OF TOUR TEETH and mouth
first hand from competent men who
have made It a life study. The time
has passed when a man can "pick up"
the knowledge out of schools and after
a abort time "start an office." A thor
ough course in the best colleges In
the land is none too good a prepara
tion when It comes to taking care of
YOUR teeth. Advanced methods have
made the taking care of teeth a thing
not to be dreaded, for Instance we
will remove a nerve from a tooth with
out pain or without you knowing it.
This and other things make an up-to-the-minute
man proficient. If we
can be of service to you please let us
know Drop a card for an appoint
Yea and we have the famous "ALL
FUEL heaters for coal or wood. ' Is
nearly perfection in a heater. Keeps
fire perfectly. Trade me your old
stove on one of these and keep your
house warm this winter.
I sell second
$1-S to 7 3
FURNITURE ON EASY PAYMENTS
Lumber, Lath, Shingles
and Rubberoid ....
WENAHA LUMBER CO.
Greenwood and Madison Sts. Phone, Main 732
C. T. Darley
Consult him before letting your sidewalk
TAKE TWO-THIRDS OF A GLASS OF COLD
SPARKLING SAM-O, ADD ONE-THIRD OF ANY
OF THE FOLLOWING FRUIT JUICES: LEMON,
ORANGE, PINEAPPLE OR GRAPE.
"Measure it right and mix it together .-.j
It's Good for what ails you in this kind of weather."
Call Main Eight
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rufaeroid
Roofing, Sash Doors, etc.
George Palmer Lumber Co.
COME to our shop and let ns demonstrate the use of Terry Pneu
matic Water Systems to toil We hav Inst
Po r Farm". Why not have a bath room, hot and cold water, nlee
nuB Ua nigo are protection for your homes! Ton can have a 8-4
Inch stream at 95 ponnds pressnre In case of fire. Call and let ns take
jon ont and show you one In every day operation.
BAY 6 ZWEIFEL
PLUMBERS, HEATERS, SHEE1 METAL WORKERS