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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1909)
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LA GRANDE BUSINESS MN'S
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SPRING FESTIVAL FREE ON THE STREETS
Under the Auspices of the La Grande Business Men's Association
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II. S. TYLER, Lessee and Manager
Featuring the Largest Trained
Animal Show in the World
Two Hundred ultra marvelous animal actors including '
Lions, Leopards, Pumas, Panthers Ti
gers, Dogs, Ponies, Pigs, Goats
TWO STEEL ARENAS AND ELEVATED STAGE IN MASIO
: : DONIC A TTRACTION
. ; PHARAOH'S DAUGHTER !
A strange illusion that created a great sersation at
Luna Park and Conej- Island last summer. C. W.
Parker had a great improvement on the original arid
calls this attraction his pet show. The stage setting
and pantomime accompanying the illusion are re
markably well conceived to accompany the transfor
mation and to bring out the idea of Nile of Ancient
Egypt. In addition to Pharoah's Daughter many
beautiful electrical dances are presented in a unique
manner.; T .-
c , , . i BABY INCUBATOR
; V GIANT FERRIS WHEEL r
DARE DEVIL VALEAR r;
In his sensational af?t of leaping the volcanic gap
on a bicycle.:- . :. , :ts - --v
THE GREAT "BENO"
:,' Aerialist extraordinary." Feats of skill and daring
on a slender wire. ; -
Concerts daily by Parker's Famous Concert
'"Band.''.-' ";: ' 'v:'-r::-:--:.::i--.;;. ."..
DAINTY DETERMINED DEMON A
Looping the loop in a hollow ball. This great act
was never before seen in America. ,
UNCLE JOHN URIE
And.his funny old mule "Billy Possum." "
HIGH DIVING LATLEYS.
THE HORRIBLE MESSINA DISASTER
A striking, realistic and accurate portrayal of the
horror of the recent earthquake at Messina. Every
detail of scenic environment, f rom the ruined hamlets
and towns on the mountain's slopes to the beautiful
city, will be presented during the absorbing lecture,
which is delivered by an eye witness. Absolutely
new; nothing else of the kind or approaching it.
THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD
The acme of Scenic and Electric Production.
Depicting by the use of scenery and electricity all
the minute details and thrilling situations of , tVis
most horrible disaster. " : " T ; ' " ? :
HALE'S TOUR OF THE WORLD
A Never-ToBe-Forgotten Pleasure
v THE TYROLEAN ALPS
r The most beautiful mechanical, electrical and sce
nic exhibition ever conceived.
Twenty minutes in Dreamland.
HOME OF CAfiRIE ! NATION '.
TWO HUNDRED ULTRA MARVELOUS
Including Lions, Leopards, Pumas, Panthers, Ti
gers, Dogs, Ponies, Pigs, Coats and Monkeys. -
Two Steel Arenas and Elevated Stage 'in Masto
donic Attraction. '
A 1'hymeful, tuneful, musical show with a reason,
mostly beautiful girls. '
Consisting of high-class Specialties, Refined Com
edy, Latest Songs, Good Dancing. Everything up-to-date.
An entertainment for Ladies and 'for Children.
RAG TIME OPERA"
t THE KATZENJAMMER KASTLE
30 SOLO MUSICIANS-30
THE DATE May 3-8, inclusive.
THE PLACE LA GRANDE, OREGON.
An old name but an entirely new
hold roil In their grlii vtHh breutblesH
Interest Int'UI(.'cnt imxentmeiit aU fenl fairly ecllnitrd
10,COO DIAMOND TONGUED STEAM CALIOPE
illrd tilth u!oundiiif rlet-trtrul niynler.
ten Irttnspodt tlin H'crtator from iirotiy
eiirlli to delectable faii j land. "Aludln'a"
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS'
THINK THIS OVER
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If you believe in your
town why not make , it
worth while to do busi
ness here? : : : :
MUSICAL COMEDY COMIRGTO
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aily Observer, 65c per Month
The great musical comedy success
of New York entitiled "A Bell Boy"
will be the attraction at the Steward
Opera . House. Wednesday c nlnR.
April 21, with the clever yaunr v ;rae-
dlan j-hnny n-v- . j the iialnt.v !
VJ.V; r . .; ' ,. Uavin aa the orin-'
: - i 8, a largo number ol
. - .... .....ors and a chorus that can
,ag and dance.
' "A Bell Boy" Is no farce comedy
nor ia It a burlesque, but It Is a high
class clean cut musical comedy full
of funny situations, bright dialogue,
sparkling lyrics and " music that is
tuneful, catchy,- easily remembered
aad more easily whleUed, - the ihid j'
that everyone wants to hear. Every- j
keeps things on the go very much as
does his more famous contemporary
Geo. M. Cohan, although he at no time
Imitates him. .
Ella Gavin, the soubrette with "A
Be:: Boy" is a most handsome aa well
as a talented artrpua Sha hm i
this production the best opportunitv
of her entire artistic career and makes
the most of it ' Set sale for the en
gagement will open Tuesday 10 A. M
at Van Burens. ' ; ; .
- Special prices 11.00. J50 and chil
dren .25. ,
VE WO AGtiV,
THE GEORGE PALMER I
LUMBER COMPAWY !
RETAIL DEPARTMENT I
Wc Solicit Your Orders for
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings,
Chain Wood !
We are prepared to furnish and; deliver material
Call up Petail Deparlment Phone Main 8. ?
thing is new and up-to-date and each
solo, duet, quartette and concerted
number is given with a verve ami a
vim that shows the best and most
artistic stage management. .
Johnny Gavin himself is one ofthose
pleasing mannered boys bubbling over
with ginser, w?jo s'.ers, dujeet
ve.. April (special) In a
closely played game. Cove wormed out
a victory over Elgin yesterday, score
to 6. Practically all the scores were
made on errors, but Elgin was unfor
tunate at the last and lost the game.
Batteries Cove, Smith and Gibson:
Elgin Christiansen and Thomas.
- AdjiiiAirauor'- JMiV. - '-
Notice is hereby given to all whom
It may concern, that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the county
court of Union county, Oregon, as ad
ministrator of the estate of Wiitlara O.
Peach, late of Union county, Oregon,
now deceased; and that all persons
having claims agmlnrt said estate are
required to present the same with
rope? ranchers -to htm ' at' hi r V
dence, eight tnltes east f L O- ,
Ic aald Union co-inty, for s- '
within sis months aiur i . :
DaUd this (2nd day of Marcu. .
'-'-. . W . J. B. PBACH.
Administrator, Estate of W. O. Peh,
C II FIXX. Attorney. .
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