EIGHT r.iCEl rvFNixr. ow-frvfr. f r.nwnrp. onrr.ov, moxday. rr.imrAR i, iot. rAGE TTTREE. Pi S TfW P. &TECCLES, Proprieto, -Illflfci Leading Amusement House NEWEST MOTION PICTURES Unexcelled Vaudeville t Tin? liufioiiMiMcr" Wt'ilnrwl.iy. Musical and comic opera manager r0 constantly recruiting their com .nnlt' from the ranks of the vaude villes. Mclntyre and Heath. Ward and IVokes, Lillian Russell, George Cohan, I Mabel Mile. Richard Carle, kddlo Foy, George Primrose, Do olf Hopper, frank Dunlels and many more stage celebrities, wit io.-inor 'audeviHluris. Manager William P. Cullon luia In jured the famous Lochhait Skiers. .New' Thine at S-eiil Relsnor & Gore, character Imper sonators, dunce and Ringing artists, who Introduce the latest New York musical success. "My Sl.ter. Sylvus," are In the city and will present their sketch this evening In addition to sev eral other comedy feata. They come from ltolso, where th y i ,a recm-l for their.velvi a'in dMllir IneiY TioHse!-. The other big tt;iin f... ',e Scenic thin week. Is not here loda-'. tvwlnn Good News. Swanee Illbber. Pars a Jubilee. Steal Away to Je st's. . 1 uni. de Pum, I)e How, Poor I'ncle Ned. No Wool Where de Wool Ought to Grow.- s Happy Utile Dinkey on de Ievoe Sleambout mee In the i-ixtle. Xu cVi.;-.- Va'bu't lt "'). , Kentucky ll'imc, Rocked In the Cinrtle of Ihe IV p. r . ;t? In 3 r ' :i .v ' H'" r HIGHS Win . FROM COVE The La Grande high school haxket boll tiMtu nuns one on Cove lust Sat urday nlgl-t. Hcore to is. 'pu- team vj han;'.L'Hr'ped In ;i:n work by the I'frnjped quarti-rt In wl lch the saiiii a. played, but iilck!y Hdap'ed them Hclves to entidl'ionx. T'.n-re wag lltth of the sp-'Ctai'ular about the game, tl'. player belt-a; able to Khont for goal from practi'ally evoiv I'.vncr of tht field. A the eu.l of the first h;;lf thi noun! wi.s IS to St In favor of La Grande, but In the eecoi'd brUf the Cove team profited by fre pient free t: la!n nt goal)!. While tin re were In numerable fouls ca!!"d, there was w ebjection to any of tiiein, and the boy i anie home pbnsed with the treat nieiit accorded taeni at Cove. L . . .. ....Jl -- . "lb: l 4-! ilarry Herui'scn as the "HiirgomaHter' SCENK IN "TH K IirRGdMASTKR." AT TIIK STEW KMNKSOAY NU JUT. tioveity terpsicliorcan flais, to leave ; missed eonnecllons in a-l.ln;jtin. the vaudeville Mag- and Join "The i The hippodrome which they present j Burgomaster," that big comic opera Is marvelous, say advance reports. I succes which comes to the Steward Wednesday. February 3. Ulu Ua.icll 1. ticket. Maya's In the Cold. Cold Ground. Piano solos (Makes melody by the They will likely arrive tonight, but on Acre). account of the large bulk of scenery! Quintet Kvmlng in Alal.ama. i and property which the team carries, r.;sli lor Seal. One day one hour, to he more - explicit worked wonder with the appearance of the seating arrangement for 'The Purpo- master" this morning.' In less day night, ar than half an hour only a few TP aieain iioiitv,uu, i .... t tour of the middle seel Ion. wMle Iwfore evening the entire board was disfigured. The sale was the most rapid of any this sea- son. 'they cannot show this evening, even ilf they should arrive on the S:30 train. Some of the Son;;-. Among the songs that will be sung by the Dixie Quintet here next Thurs- the followliif;: rhere's Moonlight on the Lake. j Listen to That Steair boat Whistle. (Vtlliopi Home, Sweet. Home. Sciineiiler'a l!iind The Mocking Li.ii. j Mangle, de Cows are In de Clover. Jjaiiijaid imliutiuns, etc,, etc. If your eel! a lis dark and yo- art stany Crown In i!e Heabben I Wear. Love'H Sweet Song IM:I" Land. IMickety Plans d- Plans d- Plans. Hurrah! I'.iurah! Dl.ig. Dons, Bei:.. i( ter. Go f!lrg Dem pelis. j Afraid of aceii'.entM w hen going dov. n tt'o t.'0 h:n'i ti-n u'hll.oiw1 ! so !!iat you tnay easily know when. 1 you are ul the bottom. You can see this step plainly, even In a dim light. If a stiiail boy is Mulct his moth . n lcis what ails I) i in. HAS GOT THIS MONTH Two screaming stories by Ellis Parker Butler and Lindsay Denison, each racing to see which will bump your funny bone hardest. One tragedy that will grip your hem. And articles by Russell, Paine and Dickson that cut deep into things. ' LOOK OUT FOR EVERYBODY'S THIS MONTH. THE CAT IS BACK A feood tooth leaner und preserver Is preilpl'ate.I chalk and ground or i Is root. Cl-an, w hite teeth and loir,tv,. i,. "sweet IranMneense mid ill..': i li." make up ! ney i-i feu: ure. This week CLIFFORD A Cvirmnn: Ring und Quern of Handcuffs. Australian Trunk Mystery. t'lilucse. Yoke of Torture. Mexican Stake of Torture. Pictures Today In Old Arizona. The Professor's Lov Tonic. Te Actor's Baby Carriage. 3 Performances Nightly at 7:15, 8:15 and 9:15 MATINEES Wednesday and Saturday at ,3 P. M CMAGE PROGRAM Monday, Wednesday and Friday EXTRA-SPECIAL STEWARD OPERA HOUSE ON E musical NIGHT Wednesday, February Ird Wm. P. Gullen's Sumptous Presentation of the Pixley and Luber Comic Opera T H BURGOMASTER With Ruth White -K'&'ir Harry He'rmsen BURGOMASTER With an Exceptionally Glever Gompany of ever half A WO Comic Opera Stars Including That Spick Span Saucy Ghorus of Kangaroo G iris The Largest Comic Opera Organization Entour. The season Musical and Social Event. Prices; 50c; 75c; $1.00; $1 50 Seats on Sale Monday. for many a defi- f t . rrrir- ! If l-' ft --t j. 1 ' V 1 U 1 .V5 4t' ts ; 4. , jL t j, i t ft , i l4 r s i ft 'V l V ' ...-C 3 T-st h ft .VV ' t . ,"r.. ..s," "--'S -,r4 -x.. i iA . 34 . - -I, fclr- .A-.- j-' . , - .i : .J . Jvj-i- ' " V . - -f . ... , -T t ,. , ..- ': ..,, Ji S' KXK IN "THE BritCOM.'.STCtl," AT THK STKWAT.D WKI-.NTSUAi XICHT. FEIOIS IX IIIOU KYWTICM. Kvery Woman Should lU-wtl TIiIh. The number of dlaeases peculiar to woman la such that we believe this space would hardly contain a mere mention of their names, and It is a fai t that most of these diseases are of it catarrhal nature. A woman cannot he well is there Is a trace of the ca tarrhal germs in her system. Some women think there is no help for them. We positively declare this to he a mistaken idea. AVe are so sure of thin that we offer to supply medl ine absolutely free of all cost In every. iiiHtanre where It falls to give entire sutlsfaetion or does not, substantiate nil claims. With this understanding. 10 woman should hesitate to believe ;i: he'iiety of purpose, or hesitate to .ut "in claims to a test. T!u-re is only one way to cure ca tarrh. That way Is throiiKh the blood. Vou may use all the snuffs, douches or '.Ue remedies for years without get- e;r more than temporary relief at Liesl. Catarrh is caused by a germ. That Kcnn Is curried by the blood to ihe iimwniiost part of Ihe system nn- 11 ihe mucous membrane is broken, Irritation and inflammation produced, md a flow of mucous resultts, and you ;n probably reajize how silly It Ii4 to ittciupt to cure such an ailment un ess you take a medicine that follows in- .-,u:i: course as the Kerin or para- Slle. ': : l' '! eii-Tone Is scientifically ,.:ii.i iroui ihe priserlption of nil luliieiii jihysl. I. in w ho for 30 years m.ide his specialty catarrh, and with ibis lueilleine he iiveraKed ! per cent of cures where It was employed. Xo other remedy Is so properly designed for the ailments of woman. It will purify and enrich the blood, stop mu eotis discharge, destroy all Rcrm mat- :. r, l.i;. ac i. :i m.J -u; ai'v iiom ti: THE SCENIC ON PANTAGE3 CIRCUIT. S. A. GAKDINIER, Proprietor aod Manager. HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ' LATEST MOVING PICTURES. Clian-te cf I'rojfrani Mondays, Wednesdays and tYlduys. Ut .;; ' jm- it-"-' Four Iiie Putlie FIIiiih. Uelsner & Gore, character Impersonators, singers and dan cers, including the latest New York success, "My Brother, Sylvus." Matinee prices as usual. Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons at 2:30 Children under 15 years of age in: at ii.utlnees. Evening prices: Adults, 15c; children, 10c. ' . satisfied, simply tell us and we will hand back your money. Hexull Mueu Tone comes in two sizes, 50c and $1. A. T. Ulll, druggist. i'liimilx-rliilir CoiuJi IScmctly llic Most Popular llecaiise It Is tin- i-IJst. "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Ihe past eight years and find it to be one of the best selling medicines on the market. For babies and young children there Is nothing iiett.-.:- ir. The i;f.e I f e,iii;li ,V IN I raul Ailen. Plain Dealing. La. vvfern. s.iotm. tieal ami sirengl nen . a the mucous tissues, and bring about a j This remedy not only cures the coughs, good feeling of health and strength. I colds and croup so common anions; We want you to try Itexall Mucu- young children, but Is pleasant and T.,ne .,n our auarantee. If vou are safe for them to take. For sale by all not benefited, or for any reason not j good dealers.