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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1907)
D. H. STEWARD, Proprietor and Manager.
;;1 MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1907
LOCAL TALE N I
Under the Auspices of Company L. 0. N. ' G.
Orchestra 75c. Orchestra Gircle and
Dress Gircle 50c. , Jallery 25c. and 50c,
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"LA GRANDE SUGAR"
None Better. None Purer.
Use La .Grande Sugar and
Us no Other
Better Lumber and Cheaper than is sold in
La Grande, We deliver it to your building
Grande Ronde Lumber Co
Oar Gradoates Receive Large Salaries
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CURRENT I uriuyuww .
4u. r...t Tonic Club met last even-
: uh'MAnii Mn Q C Osbum. me
question for discussion being the rights of
the Japanese witn rererenc. w
uj. Ran Kraneisco. Another pronr
inent featuca of the evening w.s a public
...r.tion. A acore or mora of packages of
all sizes and shapes were nicely uea up
nH ch member present was provided
with fifty beans with a fixed value or on.
jnii.r r.h. Each package was named
nrf had a subscribed value but unknown
After the sale the one whohaasecureamo
the oreatest value with their money, was
declared to be the best financier, this honor
fell to the lot of Mrs Turner Oliver., me
tables were spread, hot tomales were
.rvfid with chocolate and cake. Avery
nMSant and profitable evening was the
result, the next meeting win u.
the home of Mr and Mrs Geo. L. Cleaver
on WashinBtor.'s birthday
CAUCUS DROPS RESOLUTION
(Scrlpps News Association t
c.tn Ca . Jan 2--At an as
semblv of Republicans this morning in
" UNiTED STATES SENATOR JONATHAN BOURNE ;.
11 UNITED STATES SENATOR FRED Wf MULKEY . . .. ,
. " . C. M.' DEVERE .. ... :
"" " LYRIC STOCK COMPANY. SALT LAKE CITY
Under whose direction "Arizona" will be presented to the theatre goers at
Steward's Opera house Monday Jan. 28. with a cast composed of :peal talent.
THE COMING VENT 0E THE SEASON
This thrilling Militars drama In four
acts written by Agustua Thomas will be
produced at Steward's Opera House on
LMonday January 28 under the direction of
Mr. si. M. uevere iare or me ,yic ok.
Company, Salt Lake City, and will be re
presented by. the best local talent of the
city. Cast of characters as they appear
on the stage.
Henry Canby . E. L. Eckley
Colonel Bonham .i ...:.C. E. Oillilan
Mrs. Canby Janette Stevens Kelley
Estrella Benham '
Lillian Bates Richardson
Lena Kellar Ethel Steward DeVere
LieuUnant Denton H. E. Coolidge
Benita Canby Maude Simpson Scroggin
Miss MacCullagh . Gertrude Biever
Doctor Fenlon - A. C. Clark
Captain Hedgman C. M. DeVere
Tonev Mestane Chaa. Cross
LieuUnant Hallock T. H. Williamson
Sargeant Kellar A. B. Rogers
Private Quialey M. Childert
Others as soldiers and cowboys.
Tha tcanai are laid at Canby'a ranch
near Tucson, Aiizona. and is a faithful
portrayal of frontier life, and i replete
with interesting and thril'ing adventures
and a true picture of Army life on the
frontier in the early days of tne settler
ment of the wild and wolly west.
Stiecia'ties will be introduced between
acts by the best talent of the city.
theatre. Every member of the company
is eood. while Helen Byron, in the title
role, simply bubbles and sparkles. The
costumes are new and pretty and there
is a dash and snap to the whole produC'
tion that is really refreshing.
A PLEASANT DANCE .
The skating and dancing party at the
Noves rink wa a very pleasant affair
a'.d many made the best of . the oppor
tunity to get in an evening's skating and
dancing. At nine o'clock the orchestra
appeared and for half an hour the skaters
enjoyed music. The floor was in excell
ent condition and the crowd was just
the right size and thus every requisite
for a pleasant dance was there.
HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS
'To eniov freedom from chilblains'
writes John Kemp, East Otisfield, Me.,
'I apply EucKlsn a Arnica Salve. Have
also us J it for salt rheur ith. excellent
results '. Guaranteed to cure fever sores.
indolent ulcers, piles, burns, wounds, frost
bites and skin diseases. 2oe at IHewlin
opted: . v ' r . . '
Whereas, the President of the' Unitea
States has urged congress to enact laws
for the naturalization of Japanese and,
whereas, in the judgement of the people,
any such extention of franchise would be
prejudicial to the welf&reof this, state ana
the United States, resolved, that, we em
phatically protest against any such legis
lation and urge our representatives in
conoress to vigorously oppose any .-
tamnt to naa a measure providing IOJ
the naturalization of any Asiatic race.
(Scrlppa New Association).
Kansas City, Jan 24 Theodore r.
Shonts, who yesterday presented his res-
isnation as chairman of the Isthmian
Cannal Commission, this morning said
there was no disagreement between he
and the commisiion or the President, but
that he had just completed the work of
putting the canal in suc.i a position that
it can be constructed without further
chaos. He maintains that he can be of
more good to New Yorkers, at the head
of the Interborough Metropolitan Transit
Company, than he can to the country at
, While many rumors are already afloat,
it js more than likely that Chief Engineer'
Stevens, will be callsd upon to head the
commission in connectinn with his work
(Scrlppe Newa Association)
Washington, Jan. 24 Russel A A -1
died this morr lng at his home in thiacii 1
of heart disease at trie age of 71 ''
ine aeceasea was one of th..A i
nenl men of our country. Ha'n.u i
an orphan at 1 1 years of age, worku 1 1
a farm until 1.8 attending school in win
i augnt scnooi ana read law and .
admitted to the bar at 23. He nunj
the civil war as a captain. With a 'try
force ' he -routed the ConfedertM -
SoonesvLle July 1, 1862 but wiihimus
wounded and captured, but i erfeeUda f
escape the same day. His command wu
the first to enter Gettysburg and onJuh
8 was severely wounded. Hewasi
Gen. Sheridan and after many promotia f
retired as Major General. J I
After the war he made a large forSa I
n tha lumrjar hufiinana in Mik,.. ...
was elected governor of, that itaUai!
looo, and was appointed Secretary i
war under resident. McKinlev.
rui ui put six. years ne nu rtpn
sented Michigan in the United StaV
Senate and owing to his ill health dt
clined to ttand further honors. ' s ' .
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said by Sir William Crooks that anouoci
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It was discovered, very recently byPo!i
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side of a trunk. Radium is expected tobt
the mean if making great cures in bad
ness and in cancer, it has oesn ua
that a small partof an ounce would furnish
a good light for several rooms that would
ast a hundred years.
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CITY BREWERY j
JULIUS ROESCH, Proprietor. j
Largest Brewing Plant in Eastern Oxegon
Ask for La Grande Beernd get the Best
LA GRANDE BEER IS MADE IN LA GftANDE
AND SHOULD HAVE THE PREFERENCE
o 40 YEARS OF CURES
PRESS CLIPPING Of HtLEN BYRON
(The Daily Ledger. Taioma Washington,
Monday, Jan. 14 )
Tuneful, merry and full of fun is "Ser
geant Kitty" which was presented at the
Tacoma theatre last night, and the
crowded house which witnessed it gave it
a reception such as is seldom accorded a
musical comedy in thi city.
The affair went with a snap and spirit
from the commencement. There is not a
dull moment in it and it contains many
musical numbers which have become
The vulue of S. S. S. ns a bWil purifier hut been thoroughly proven by
it forty rears of xncvessful service in the treatment of blood ntid skin dis
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populnr. Among these were "Love,"
"War" and "Oh, Kitty!"
Though not the possessor of a strong
voice, Miss Helen Byron, who plays the
leading role, has a sweet one. She is a
clever, charming little person and made
an adorable Sergeant Kitty. James Mc-
Elhern, as Captain Jaques Jonquiniere,
made a distinct hit and his responses to
his encores were in every way as funny
as his lines. Charles Fulton, as Lucian,
has a fine tenor voice, but seemed to be
suffering from the effects of a bad cold
The chorus, though not large, it well
drilled and can sing this is particulary
true of the men. The women wouli
make a better impression if they did no'.
look quite so solemn.
(The Tacoma Daily News)
"Sergeant Kitty," one of the prettiest.
sweetest and daintiest light operas that
i acoma nas near a in a year or more,
pleased a large audience last night, and
will be repeatod tonight at the Tacoma
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