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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1910)
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Of the raanv new nrcMlurtlona nre-'
eented this season, one of the great
est hita . has . been made by Arthur
C Alston's company in "As the Sun
Went Down," a new Western play
by Geo. D. Baker,' which will be seen
At the steward on Jan. 31.
The engagement here Is arousing
great deal of interest for many rea
sons. ' In the first place, Manager
Alston is well known in this city,
having in the last few years given
our "patrons many excellent plays,
and several prominent stars. His
later productona here have been
"Tennessee's Pardner," "At the Old
Cross Roads" and Jane Corcoran in
Treaty Peggy," "The Freedom of
Suzanne," "A Doll's House," and
As his record always is, as alway
. having given satisfaction to our peo
pie, it is not to be surprised thai
his new production of "As theSun
I Went' Down" will receive respectful
attention. His pride has always been
In having a first class company and
the new play shows no exception,
for it will be headed by Estha Wil
liams, whose work here as "Parepa"
the Ootrnnn In ."At that rM CrcSS
Roads" , is so well remembered, and
be will.be supported by such well
known people as Edwin Walter, W.
A. Wbltecar, Arthur E. Chatterdon,
Phil; Connor, Arthur W. Bentley, R.
P. Sullivan, Wm. Sexton, Jenny Dun
bar, Flora Byam, Margaret Millar,
and several others of equal note.
The production, which is a very
elaborate one, comes from the best
artists of the Lee-Lash Scenic Com
pany, of New York City, each scene
being gotten out under the personal j
direction ot W. F. Hamilton, formerly .
of the firm of Moses & Hamilton. A
pedal baggage car is necessary for
the transportation of the Company's
cenery and properties.
Manger Alston's name is a sntla-
'otice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given to all whom
It may concern that James S. Peach
administrator of the estate of WPltatn
, 0. Peach deceased, has filed la the
county court of , Union county, Ore
gon,' his final account as odin'nla
tratrix of said estate and sale court
has set Wednesday the Oth day of
February A. D. 1910 at 2 o'clock
P. M. at. the county court house ; in
La Grande, Oregon as the time for
bearing such reports anl ill objeot
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this 9
day of January 1910. ,
JAMES J. PEACH
BCMiCys rjOK MMi
Ber of enrtc. 9 v
Nlfht. Backs kurniBbeo ror
, funerals and private partus.
Baggage transferred Day and
. Stand at Paul's Cigar Store.
Thone Rwd 841.
NtRju 'PhrneMata II.
E. L. BU88EY. ,
t A Good Buy J
New-Close in- t
: Price $4,000.00 1
4 LA UBAIDE INTESTaTEIfT Cf
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Bell Bed 611.
factory guarantee of the merit o' the
performance and the cast, a portion
of which is enumearted above, prom
ises to be much in an artistic and a
Fill" "Fanr "Fun!"
Did you ever see a fat woman try
to learn to ride a wheel? If you ne
ver did and want to have a good lng
laugh, dont miss this change at the
Star for the many amusing Incidents
which this woman gets mixed in are
certainly worth your time as wtll as
the small price of admission, along
with this too, are two or more come
dy sketch ,8 end two other good reeb
of films. Mr. George sings "Take me
back to New York town."
Hducttlcn, ia asiicipatloa c! tic op
ening of the second half-year of the
session on Feb. 1. Lack of teachers
has caused much overcrowding of
classes In many of the city schools.
Although there are plenty of school
ma'am , on the educational market,
the crop of male pedagogues is said
to be very short, and the board ex
rects to have difficulty in filling high
school vacancies. '
Short Crop of Pedagogues.
New York. Jan"" 26. Three hun
dred or more new teachers will be
appointed as a result . of today's
meeting of the New York Board of
Postmaster W. J. Lachner, of thin
city, having been advised of several
cases of smallpox contigious to tV
postjfflce of Irwin, he has a.:.?..'
the postmaster of that point in cos.
the report Is true, to not receive or
dispatch any mail from that point
and has also advised the stage con
tractor likewise. BaKei City Demo
OK WHEELS AG A 15. '
Soft Weather Farces Stages to Be
plase Banning Gear.
After several weeks of excellent
i leighing , during which time all
stages running,, out .of Baker City
have used runners instead of. wheels
the old mode of transportation will
again be replaced tomorrow morning.
Today 1b the last day that coaches
will run. on sleds. It has been cal
led to mind that this has been an ex
ceptional year insofar as sleighing
goes and many a stage driver cannot
recall a time in Baker county when
they were permitted to sue the snow
as long as they have this winter
, j ' k i
there ia . work - IS. importance to be
attended 'j. jrder of the Worthy
BLACKSMITH WANTED For a log
ling camp or saw mill work. Stea
dy employment, good wages. Inquire
Meacham Lumber Co. 1-24-30.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed aa ad
ministrator of the estate ot John Ble
lns, deceased, and has duly qualified
.as such and entered upon the dis
charge of his duties and all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same
properly verified to the undersigned
administrator at his residence at Cove
Union County, Oregon, within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice.
Date of rixst Ptitllcatfon, December.
Jno. S.' HodginT Attorney, for Estate.
ST0M1CH FEEL FINE.
Indigestion, Gas, Eertbara, and All
Stomach Misery Yanlshes.
Nothing will remain undigested or
sour on your stomach If you will take
a title Diapepsia each morning.' This
powerful , digestive and 'antacid,1 tho
ugh as karmlesa and pleasant as can
dy will digest and prepare for assim
ilation Into the blood all the food yon
can eat . , : '
Eat what year stomach craves, with
WANTED. A girl v to do" general
' housework. . Inquire .1806 2nd
Members Attention. I
TheYe will be a meeting of tb.3
Eastern Rfnr this i . ... 11
crat. . . . III
' are urgea to be present i 11
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Burglary, Theii and Larceny
"T?: : OCR POLICY COVEBS
ill onsekeli feeds and personal affects, belonging et any meintar of
(fee faaaSr w fwat, acalt by burglary, theft er lareeay, In
elilkat tteftf y aerraits r ebr employees. j
.!"; ' ALSO COYEBS DA3C10E .
To prepe-ty, fliWif and etber fixtures. Allows six noiiks vacan
tj wKlt aetiet. Ha celnsvraiee. IT laveatery ef tie prsaerty Is
t, d BATES FOB A TEAB. v
Frivaia icaiaenees . ane Apartment Ueases.
$1,000, $1U0; $2,000, $22X0; $3,000, $30.00; $4,000, $3S.OO; $.000, $40.
Each Additional $1,000 $5.W
v .'(' . ,,i 8tales,' , , ,, ,.
Each UJM..?.tLU.:M.l.i !!.".. .. ..$15.00
Tacant leuet (ylambiaf fixture i and damage to ketses eaek
$1,000.. .. .. .. .. .. .. , Slo.OOi'
LOGAN-SHERWOOb REALTY CO
THE GEORGE PALMER
n a Bill ii" Ml E'
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We Solicit Your Orders for
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Sc ne from As The Sun Went Do wn at the Steward January 31st.
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