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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1908)
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Mrs. Zubor Is hime from Phoenix,
Arls., where she uprru. several days vIm
Jtlngf her son. who U now much. Im
proved. While in the Arizona oasis,
she met; nnd conversed with'mnny La
Orandti people. Among them were Dr.
una Mrs. V, W. Smith. Mrs. Down
and Fred Jurohs, AI! are rapidly at
taining their former health.
Tlie "Chinaman who drank poison
from a bottle supposed to contain
whisky. Inst Sunday night, near the
Mynearson ranch on the north ali'e of
AM Joava ih Orande Hondo hospital
this evening, it l tliought. .By reason
'.f the nklllpcl uttention given Mm t
the hospital, he recovered from what
seemed to be a fatul poisoning.
AT TIIE PLAYIIOCSUS.
LOCAL ITEMS. 4
To a booster and attend the home
talent nhow at the Steward tonight.
Superintendent E. E. Bragg is vis
iting Union and Cove.
Lou Iiemlllard Is Iti Wallowa coun
ty on a bunlnesa trip.
Attorney C. II. Finn Is In Boise to
day transacting business.
ViffiikiXC rtU'i a business visitor in im-j
Wllllnm Long of Elgin, Is much bet
ter and will soon leave the Grande
J. H.v Hinehart came In from Hot
Lake lust evening, where he has been
Miss Laura Green returned todnj
from-Hot Tak6, ' where she visited
friends last t-vening. -
Elks are looking foiward to thl
evening's social affair with considera-
AtiHS Wei ma Rinehurt of Summer
vllle, arvlved this afternoon to visit
Mies Lulu Gulling briefly.
, A. Limp returned to North Powder
today after spending the hight In tht
Walter Ferguson Is spending the day
In Baker City, expecting to return on
the night train.
Fireman Walnum Is now perma
nently engaged on a wesl-eml passen
ger run with Engineer Pike. He ha
been on Wallowa work train. service
for some time.
Those wishing to visit Portland Fri
day and care to form a club of 10 01
more to secure reduced rates, fchoulc
leave their' names ut this office el
A. A. Gust, formerly manafr?r of th
Oregon Produce company in Is:"
Grande, went to his home In &ntt!
today. He has been in this city about
a week tiansactlnR business affairs.
Mr. and Mi's. Hill of South Pond
I nd.r are guests today with Mr. fini'.
Mrs. J. C. Gulling-. They are en routi
to' Seattle, whore they will seek a per
; Sheriff Adarw of V.Ylscr,' came In
l.iwt evening and took his dc purtun
this morning to the nor;h end of the
va!l y, expecting to return this eve
V,'. TI. J3ohnenkamp and son, c'hnse,
are In Portland, vvhwa they went to
r-cleet the style and dealgn of a car
load of automobiles, which they ex
pect to envry in stock after the first
of the year.
O. T2. Harper, at one time tnnr.rvjor
of the Blue Mountain creamery here,
but now In the same business at. Pen
dleton," wp.h In La Grande this morn
ing eu rouie iW uuuowa, 10 iook imer, t.,1t lh, Impossible. It Is sufficient
business. mattm. to s:iy that the pictures are good and
Knpineers Curttsa and Jackson hate ( .,, jilust-ated songs" are belter than
the EnterpriHe runs pending the the average.
ldrntlon of the time limit of the hid; ""
for regular engineers. The tlds were
p isted last Sunday and '10'ttay 'after
Mrs. E. D. Relder entertained a few
friend in a -delightful, but informal
manner Monday afternoon. In compli
ment to Mrs. Gustav A. Molden, who
leaves soon for her new homo In Hepp.
ner. A dainty lunch was served by the
, The Stage Hands show which
was advertised to take place In
the opera house this evening, has
been postponed and the date will
be announced later. " '
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4 A Protly love Story.
"Texas," a play of western life, will
ppear at the Steward opera house
vlth a special bargain matinee on Sat
urday, November 21. The author, J
Mauldln Felgl.-has spent many years
n the southwest and by virtue of long
esldence there, Is fitted write upon
!fe in the most interesting state. . The-
ilot is a recital of the Jove of Texas
'.Vest, daughter of n . breezy ranch
owner for Jack Dallam, cowboy and
Vexus ranger,- and of the efforts
made by an Englishman, Lord Angus
. revor, to win the girl for himself.
Million:-. Ire tramp 011 Friday.
Theatergoers partial to the Elmer
Valters style 6f drama will be favorec1
vlth a visit of "A Millionaire Tramp,"
"hli-h will be pvwented at the. Steward
'''rlday, Xovember. 20.. This play has
been Voted a sueeefs'fo?' six years and
become, popular through . its unique
The piece eontalns a happy mixture
of sensational melodrama, farce, com
"dy and quaint rural life. '
- The Pastime).
Manager Eccles promlse'd h!- pa
trons a good entertainment last eve
ning and he certainly, madt bi word
good. Many say the present program
Is the best shown ut that house for
rliany weeks. To attempt to describe
the various pictures wp.ild be to a!
th:it the permanent assignment will he
M.s. Will French has returned from
a six weeks', visit to Portland and
The Lyric plijedto three full two wit.
and each Hr.d every patr'oft' left the
theater feeling that they had received
full value for their admission charge.
southern' Oreg-on points. he was ar- The pictures were all strong ones. , As
comnahieil 'home bv her. cousin, M!ssV "larter of fact there was no feature
but all were strong enough to be
in that category. The song and
dance artist is just about ttre best ever
comrrinieu home 'by hert cousin, Missy1 in-"1"
Pawn Haney; of Camasjj Wn$!i.. whoj WU bu
til'l' Aitoad school In a Grande this 'faced
Mr. Dlackburn, who oivas put out of
business here last June by the city
nut county voiinir tor local option, I:1
raw engaged In thS hotel btisltiess a!
ftsUe Rock, Wash. He .has been here
for several days !lsposlng of some of
his personal effects. He returned
home this morning. ,"
James Gavin, the engineer who sev
eral weeks ago sustained Injuries that
would have finished the ordinary mrm.
with marked rapidity at
Rondo hospital. While
stilt fa;- from well, there Is every in
dication that his complete recovery
wiP be reached ere many weeks.
Mrs. G. C. Osburn retuvned last eie-tlln-j
from Hot Lftko. wherv she h'tf
1-a'en for several -days, and is a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 11. Carrey, tfhc
expects to be here until after Thanks
giving and possibly longer. Shex re
ceived a letter from Mr. Osburn this
week, and he likes his new work mucb
seen In this city.
Do .nut miss the
.K-Ttj.. P.v v? Ve av.'tt
Mr. anl Mrs. George 1. ueaver nw
asked to attend.
Ail members are
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DU. W. I. McSIILLAN. .
Expert Gold Work a Specialty.
Special attention to chlldren' ..teeili
Office: '.-'.'-.' '''- .. ' ' .. ' 'V
La Grande National Bank Building.
( Tag Pay Successful.
As the result of Tag Day and the
Catholic fair held last week, the Sis
ters of St. Francis netted a total of
11250 for the local hospital and acad
emy. This amount was fur ahead of
what the sisters first expected, from
their enttrprlae and rs a result they
are highly pleased with the result.
Pendleton East Oregonlan.. "
Ktllson Thonosrnplis and Kec-
onls at NKWI.JX HOOK & STA-
TIOXLHY CO. , -
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.Miss IilaiKh Hisliop, "The Hot Tain:
Girl" at the Scenic This Week.
November 16, 17 18
Irish, Scotch nd German Table Linens
THIS STOKE HAS LOXG EXJOVED THE KKI'l'TATIOX "OF IlEIXG
THE "LIXEX STOKE" OF THIS VICINITY. OVU I.IXEXS AKE OF THE
BETTEK SORTS, THE SORTS T1LT WILL Wl-UR, WASH .VXD SATISFY
THE SORTS GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS ARE PROVD TO POSSESS.
AND XOW, WITH TILXKSG1VIXG AT HAND, TjHE SEjSOX OF
GOOD WILL AXD GOOD CHEER, OF FAMILY REUNIONS AND ALSO
THANKSGIVING AROCXD THE FESTIVE BOARD; AND NOW IS THE
TIME LINEN NEEDS ARE MOST LOOKED FOR.
AND WE, EVER READY TO HELP OCR CUSTOMERS, ANNOUNCE
AN UNDER-PRICED SELLING OF TABLE LINENS. NO OTHER KIND
ENTERS THIS STORE. SORTS YOU'LL RE SATISFIED WITH A YEAR
OR TWO FROM NOW. "..-'..
PRUDENT PEOPLE WON'T NEED A SECOND CALL. LINENS ARE
HERE PLENTIFULLY AND PRICES WILL BE CUT RADICALLY. THIS
WILL BE THE REST BUYING TIME OF THE TEAR.
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ypu prefer to pay? A
good stiff one to the doctor for
curing some of your family of
pneumonia or rheumatism or
our modest one for the coal
which would have prevented the
illness? hlnk ii ov?r. Then
give us the id;r f.v cos!.' Dj
It soon, too. Even a little chill
may mean a big bill for tbi
doctor. ; .'.
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"Hut Taiti ilc (iir!" Po)ula.-.
'Th Hot Tamii'e Clrl" ro'.icli- a biff
hit at the Scenic last msht. She I
pretty and possesses a pleasing w!ce
TTorVlnging was of such a caliber that
she was called back repeatedly to "do
it 'again." She scatters a lev hot 't-
Tiiales to the spectators, and by h
singing nnd dancing makes . herself
popular. The rest of the progr-anx
up to snuff, too. '
0. P. FOWLER ". Phone Main .10
Call at Studio.
The studio formerly occupied by
diss Hunstock on Main street." now
p,ni-d by Mis' Neil to do embroidery
tuoied leather work and will tench In
,1) these lir.es. Call and Inform your
self more fully.
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I STEWARD'S aPFR&HMlSF i
Scene From "Texas" at the Sicvnn! N.-vcmL-cr 21.
S OP ERR HO US E
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GREATEST COMEDY DRAMA SUCCESS
We Solicit Ycur t Orders f of
Lumber; Lath, S h irises j Rlfffi ! dHifis
VVe arq prepared to fmnslt and deliver material
promptly. " i ' , - '' , -.. ;
Call up Fetail0ciartmcnt Pljote Main 3.
The Gre.t Ctjurch Scene. The Old Motel
The Country Cpfra ticuie, the Village Depot
Thehoircf theChurch of the Holy Cross
The Sorg of the Christines Revelers.
; , Nothing iike it ever presented before. Something so
very different. FlI! of bright specialties.
hevvard'S ;ope r a house
Saturday Matfnce Qn&Xight -
November ;:,2i: ;
Successful Season in tlie East
FIRST TIME..:: HERE
. The Great American Play
Orchestra Sat. $1.00; Orchestra Circle, 75c; Dre$ Circle. 50c; Gallery
25c and SOc. Seats on sale Wednesday morning.
By J. MAULDJN FEIGL
A PACI.4TIKG STCRY CF FRONTIER LIFE
Picturesquely Staged and Played by
the Original IVcvv York Company
Bargain Matinee Prices. 25 and 50c
Evening Prices: $1.50 1.00, 75c, SOc