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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1908)
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Ladies Black Satin Petticoats, $1.23, $1.58 and $2.23 Large lot of Ladies' flannelette Wrappers, worth $1.50,
Worth 50 per cent more On Scle at 98c
GREATEST BARGAINS IN SHOES EVER OFFERED
, .. , . , : ir Bos Overcoats QAr - ' Mens' Undemear-Full Suits for
Ladies' 35cpo Hose Z JC $2.50 to $3.00 Values JOC the price of Drawers
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TIME AND GASH
Saved by my Metuod of
Gasoline Engine Saves
you much time and mon-
I ey. Instruction in Gaso
line Engineering .. v.
Call or Write
The Well Driller
AH kinds of Cement and
No contract too large or
P. L ROBERTS
PHONE BLACK 582
Treasurer V Call for City Warrants.
Notice Is hereby given that there
tin now funds on hand to pay all out
standing warrants Issued on general
ftimU of La Grande city, upo and In
truding No. 6763. endorsed March 14,
. Interest on all warrants on gen ral
fund from No. 76S to No. 6715, In
clusive, censes from this date.
There are ',n funds In the treas
ury to pay all warrants Issued against
th water fund of I Grande city, up
In and Including No. ?7. -ndnrrd
n the water fund from No. Hi: to
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July 7, 1908. Interest on all warrants
No. 7768, Inclusive, ceases from date
of this catL
1 Grande, Oregon, November
J. K. WRIGHT,
BW?JE? and SEVERSON
i La Grande, Ore. Phone
Rea Esafe and
Loans, Fire and f
N.B. Long Distance Col-
lection a Specialty
1 OVER NEWUN DRUG CO.
The real value of
your property de-
pends entirely upon :
A properly prepared I
will show ycu the exact J
condition of ycur title
CALL AT OUR OFFICE I
AND LET US EXPLAIN
WHAT l 1 1 1 U n :
MEANS TO YOU I
I La Grande National Bank I
I Building I
llol lilck Tumale.
E. D.'Selder has added to his con
fectionery department, hot chit ken ta
msles. nail thos, who -tjoy t!-;--p .V
llclous dnintles. will find the best ever
reedy fc your order at E. D. Welder's
The worst failures are those suc
rrp that have come at the cost of
oisehveb. ia ntAvnr, rmroo.
LAST OF THE GREAT
wmMs in Ml
Beginning next Tuesday, four com
posite observation cars will be added
to the equipment of the Overland Lim
ited trains between Portland and
Green River, giving the Portland trav
ejlng public identical service with San
Francisco on the through trains and
Portland has onty through car,
which are hooked on ankl off at Green
Klver junction, an the case may be,
says a Portland paper. '
Word was received from the O. R,
& N. officials from the main Harriman
offices In Chicago, announcing that the
four handsome electrically lighted cars
would leave Chicago one a day begin
ning next Saturday, and be put In
service at Green River as -soon as they
arrive at that point. The first one will
pass through La Grande Tuesday
morning and will arrive in Portland
on Overlnnd No. 1 next Tuesday night,
and the first one will luive Portland
Wpitnmiiiiv mornlnr on Overland Lim
ited No. 2. The cars bear very odd
names, having been christened after
ct-rtuln mountain peaks In Scotland,
an follows;' Bendonm, Bealder, Ben
evls and Belommd, the only differ
ence being the the nume constat of
uut the one worn.
The addition of these observation
cars is made for the purpose of meet
ing the class of service which the
North Bank road has been giving
since that line was opened, and will
mean "daylight" observation cars on
the O. R. & N. up and down the Co
lumbia. It Is understood that the
requisition for the new equipment was
not made by the local officials until
on the vry eve of the opening of the
Hill roml and that the cars were or-
' Tuesday. November 2, black male
hunting dog i pointer) white breast;
carrying black leather collar with
large ring. Finder please notify E.
Sebbclov. Both 'phones. 4-3t
LOST Gold watch and leather fob,
with charm: charm colored white
and blue, containing letter "G."
Finder return to this office.
FOR SALK The residence property
of W. F. Anderson, 1604 Adams ave
nue. La Grande. For particulars see
Mrs A. J. Warren, 106 M Ave. '--
! F.dLon PIhhoctiIi and Rer
rnt!.. at M:YI.1X ROOK A STA-
.Ii NF-HY CO.
Saturday, xovkhbrk m,
In "Why Girls Leave Home," which
will be seen at the Steward on M'ed
nesuay, December 2, Is promised a
play of exceptional merit. The story
is a purely wholesome one, consistent
and coherent, and In this alone has If
won its remarkable success. The story
is of a wilful girl, beguiled into ques
tionable pleasures by a man of the
'rosiove candy terre ft
At the Steward IKxrinhcr 2.
world. A hot-headed older brother, a
sweetheart, a sister and mother, who
do not understand the girl, take part '
and complicate the situation by mis-j
understandings. There Is a great deal
of emotional work as well as many ex
citing scenes while the comedy inter
upersed throughout the action Is of a
side-splitting sort. The play is mount-
j ed on an elaborate scale and an ad-;
mirable cast has been selected to In
terpret the several characters.
Route for Hie Hoct.
Washington. Nov.. 2S. Final
p fa ns '
have been made by the navy depart- '
ment for the dispatch of the fleet on
its homeward voyage from Manila to
Hampton Roadh According to the it
inerary, the bitttloships will sail from
the Philippine capital next Tuesday
and arrive at Colombo. Ceylon. Decem
ber 14. After coaling nt Colombo, the
fleet -will proceed direct to Sue, whore
it Is due to arrive on January 5. The
officers and men will sie nil the Christ
mas and New Year holidays afloat. -but
provision has bten made for a proper
celebration on board all the vessels,
and so far as possible, all the delicacies
of the season will be provided. Owing
t t:-.e climate, however. It will proba-
hi)" seem little like Chiistmas to the
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D. R. ECCLES, Proprietor.
MOTION PICTURES AND
"Won't Yon Come Over and
V By C, T(. Ferrin.
Hovr to Prosperln Business.'
"All Aboard for a Good Time."
B. J. E. Hiatt. "
Out to Muse. ...
Specialties, by J. Lawrence
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P. M.
Ladles' souvenir matinees
Wednesday, 3 . o'clock. .
Children's Be maituce Satur-
day, 3 o'clock. '
COUNTRY BOYS WAUTED
EOR BUSINESS POSITIONS
Buinuss men or Oakland and ' San
Francisco, and other iare cities, want
prepare for commercial positions. Ex-
pcrlence has shown that the average
boy from the farm has habits of in
dustry and Integrity that make for
success. '- '
j .The Polytechnic Business College of
io.ikland, Cal., has made a phenome
j mi I record in training and placing
young men and women in business
positions and the College is located as
to provide homelike accommodations
at very low rates.
It Is said that every young man who
has taken the complete course In bus!
tiev- )i air in. i .i,ii t,ntiege has re- !
(r-.' ,n -uu.it - -.luowx.ittiil upon
'An lllustruted Ca:alogue will be
sent free to anyone who will write to
Prof. W. E. Gibson 306 Twelfth St.,
For Rapid Delivery Setvke
We are in position to do any
kind of transferring. Give us a
trial order. Calls answered day
Day. Red 761.
Night. Black 1271.
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I THE LYRIC
Parson A Baker, Prop. & Mgrs.
H. B. PARSON. . C. W. BAKER.
The Witch's Kiss.. . '
Walker and Gray, sketch team.
: "Always Me.'
The Spider's Den.
High-class vaudeville, and the
most idealistic and Interesting t
pictures ever brought to. the pity.
9 4 .Matinees on Wednesday and
f. Saturday. , .
Pictures Clutnge Monday and
Prices, adults' 1C cents; chll- i.
dren under of 12, S cents. Ladies'
souvenir matinee Wednesdays,
and children's souvenir matinee .
' i on Saturday. . ,
S. A. GARDIXIER,
Proprietor and Manager.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
and ... - '. ! ' ... ...
LATEST MOVIIJG PICTURES.
KTiange of Program Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. '
The Actor's Child.
The Hebrew Fugitive.
Blanch Bishop, the Hot T-imale
Matinee prices as usual.
v Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday afternoons at 2:30
Children under It. years of
age 5c at matinees.
urssEY's n.cK line.
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Best of service. Day and
Night Hacks famished ' for
funerals and private parties."
Baggage tiansferred Day and
Night and Sundays.
Stand at Paul's Cigar Store.
'Phone Red 241
Night 'Phone Ma'.n 25.
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E. Li. BCSSEY.'
Stamping done and embroidery lesson
given. All materials used are the
best quality. One lesson free wit"
each piece. . . .