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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
STANDARD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Sommer block La Grande, Oregon
Complete Business and Shorthand Course
Day and night session
Fnr-" now M. M. Slattery, Principal.
D. H. STEWARD. Proprietor and Manager.
Orchestra seats, $ 1 .00.
Dress circle 50 cents.
Orchestra Center 75 cents J
Gallery 25 and 50 cents
BEAUTIFUL NEW BELTS
HANDSOME HAND BAGS
REDUCTION ON MILLINERY
E. M Wellman & Company j
HE OPENED rl'S MOUTH :
AND SHUT HS EYES
During the fall months many new mem
bo rs have been received into the Neigh
borhood Club to whom the ebb gave a
reception in their parlors, Wednesday
afternoon inviting as the guests, the Busy
Bee Club, of May Park. The rooms were
tastily decorated with the club colors,
white and yellow, hot house chrysanthe
mums and patted pirns. The afternoon
was spent in furnishing a better acquain
tance among the members, during which
time solos were sung by Mesdames
Scroggins and Merton Kiddle, reading
by Mesdames Hill and T. Oliver. The
refreshment table wil presided over
by Mesdames Mallory and Bidwell.
The club by the manifested enthnsiasm
of its members is assured of attaining the
objects of its organization.
Entertainment a Success
The entainment in Central church last
evening was a success The enforced
absence of Miss Adams was a disap
pointment but the other members of the
company gave extra numbers and so a
full program was rendered.
Mr. Snyder, the pianist is certainly an
artist. Under his skillful touch the in
strument gave forth a wonderful flood of
sweet music. Graham Smith has an ex
cellent voice well under control and his
choice selections were very pleasing.
Mrs. Gates it an entertainer of a very
high order. Her strong, clear voice, her
perfect self control and'herthoro sincer
ity in her work, delight a discriminating
audience. Her heavier selections were
most enjoyed. The only adverse criticism
we have heard was that she used too
many of the lighter sort. We grew tired
of the "Bride elect" in her preparation for
the ceremony. This was the poorest sel
ection, still, even in this Mrs. Gates show
ed fine power. But there was enough of
the best to pay us for our time. When
we heard the rich mar. tell his wife of the
joy of serving his poor brother in saving,
his child, our hearts thrilled and we loved
mankind. This was splendid.
AH in all we were glad to spend the
evening listening to these artists. The
Popular Course is a success.
Mr. Davis furnished the piano.
when she gave him sjmething to
put him wisa. f ir it wis one of our
special cigars. th Fior De Hack
man. Tnathe caught on to their
manifold virtues and obtained wis
d m is proven oy the fact that he
now sm )ke no o'.ner kind for a
thorough trial will convince the most
skeiticil smoker tut tn.a cigars
are matchies f r tnuir !Hvor and
C. E. II AC KM AN,
Phinu Red 1 SHI
Cor. A Jams Avennj arid Greenwood
OPEN AfTER THE SHOW
C.G. Scheurer wishes to announces
that he will keep his place of business
open this evening for the benefit of those
who wish to finish the evering with one
of those delightful tamales. Remember
after the show.
CURZON GETS SMALL fORTDNE
(Scrlpps News Association)
Chicaeo. Nov. 22 Sir Curzon. widow
er of the late Lady Curzon, will receive
one third of the estate of his wife, and
the children will receive the remainder.
Ladv Curzon. who is the daughter of
Chicago's wheat king, left a million and
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AMERICAN HEIRESS WEDS BRITON
Scripts News Association)
London. Nov. 22 Miss Gertrude Hurley
daughter of the late miliionate Michael
Hurley, of Lynn. Mass., was married in
St. James Catholic church yesterday
afternoon to Capt. B. A. H. Schneber of
BOSTON EDISON ELECTRIC COMPANY
(Scrlpps News Association)
Boston, Mass. Nov. 22--At a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Edison
Electric Illuminating Co. of Boston, it was
decided to increase the capital stock by
Urje New Department
(Scrlpps News Association)
Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 22-Col. Will
iam Bryan arrived this morning to att.nd
the Trans-Mississippi congress which is
in session here. It is announced that his
subject tonight will be the "Trusts" and
it is expected to be of an impromptu
nature. Secretary Shaw speaks late tc-
day on finances. Delegates this morning
discussed river navigation. Delegate
Brady of Alaska, offered a resolution
asking the congress to open Aiaska to
President Alderscn of the Colorado
chool of mines, today read a paper on
the government's duties in establishing a
department of mines and mining. He
urged a revision of mining laws to foster
greater research by the government. 1.
P. Prior president of the Texas catte
men, talked on the removal of the re?e'
vations that Germany and France have
placed upon American meats.
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timber claim this week for sixty dollars.
A. A. Barky. M15 Adams Ave.
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between Kir and Greenwood. Mrs. Cera
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to th?ir customers, nd ths Observer not to be outdone hss
secured a real Bargain Gift for its readers.
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