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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1910)
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il FIRST; CI ASS SEWEf? AO F S
rci; A How French .perfumes are A.
The Nobleman's Dog Drama
5 A Rose of the Tenderloin 4
Listen Comedy ,
In a Pickle Comedy
Top Heavy Mary Comedy
CHANGE OP PROGRAM EVERY TUESDAY,
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY
OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
A Picture Program of merit with the Popular Price,
of ten cents
. . Engineer Darley is putting the fin
ishing touches on the sewerage sys
tem he has been working on since
December 1st Four days more will
i finish all of the office and field work,
! with the exception of the disposal
plant Whether or not the council
desires this completed at the present
time will be decided upon at the next
! Every, portion within the present
city limit is prodded for and Engi
neer Darley states that there is am
ple fall, however, on the north side
of the track. There will be automat
ic flushing tanks provided in certtln
! The main sewer pipe will range in
size from 6 to 16 Inches. The ma
jority will be of the smaller size.
j The system provides for ' two sep
tic tanks to be at present of suffl-
EGGS A-PLENTY, if y0n give your hens the right tort of feed,
We have good wheats, oats, alfalfa meal, flax seed meal, POULTRY
TONIC, EGG PRODUCER, OYSTER SHELL, GRANULATED BONE
GRIT, ETC ,
Waters-Stanchf ield Produce Co.
FLOUR, FEED, WOOD
141o Adams Aye.
PHONES: Black Mi Independent 451
cient capacity to provide for 4000
people, so arranged that additional
tanks may be added as required. At
the start, two such tanks .with a
capacity of 2000 people, is provided.
The pipe will be under ground on an
average of eight feet .butthis will
vary to conform with the grade.
, When the data is turned over to
the city everything will be platted!
so that any property owner who will
visit the office of the City Recorder
an know exactly where his tap is
situated, the depth, amount of dirt
fo be excavated, the size of the con
nections In fact the plans and spe
cifications are complete in every de
tail. The cost to the city will be
about $750, which Is cheaper by over
one half than several engineers of
fered to do the work for.
NOT SURE WHETHER HE WILL
RUN FOR GOVERNOR
THAT IS WELL MAINTAINED
OUR OPTICAL WORK
When you come to us to have your
eyes fitted we ascertain the exact con
dition of your eyes fitting you care
fully with the lens that relieve your
eyes completely not by making the
eye accommodate itself to the lens,
but by having the lens fit the eye
Our experience and genuine skill
assure you of EXACT work always
and without exorbitant charges. '
your buggy or j
vehicle into ahJ
sleighing while you may.
BAY & ZWEIFEL
PLUMBERS AND TINNERS.
211 DEP0) STREE1
The EliteDying and Cleaning Works
H. B, WAUGE NEB, FefrieUr.
; Bteam and French Dry Cleaning
I cawed tor and delivers I.
Ladles oik a ttperUlltf.' Goods
Phone Main 64, Maftaffey Buildiw
Depens entirely on his own business
j' conditions at that time.
The Vale,' Malheur county, Enter
Whether or not C. A. Johns, of
Baker City will be a candidate in
the next election for governor of
this state, is a problem that can
not be solved by a conversation,, with
Johns at the present time. While he
was In Vale during the past few
days he was asked bluntly by an
Enterprise reporter what his In
tentions were. He said In substance:
"At the present time I .cannot say
whether or not I shall be a can
didate. It all depends upon busi
ness matters of mine. ' Some of my
business affairs are now framing up
lnsuch a manner that they may de
mand all my attention. In such a
case I shall not be a candidate."
Last Polllugs In England.
London, Jan. 26. With the polling
today In the constituencies of Dart-
ford and the Isle of Thanet, the most
sensational parlimentary election in
England's) history comes to a close.
It Is pointed put aa a significant co
incidence that today 1b the anniver
sary of the fall of the Salisbury min
istry in 1886.
g particular.. Comeearly while the lines and sizes are S
p ; Your slippers put in special Christmas boxes if
2; so uesireu jumioui extra cnarsre. .; " . i
q - We have some Pure White Angora Goat Skins
$that will make excellent presents, that , are just the R
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O things for a baby carriage robe or a bedroom rug.
iSMITKt & GREENS
O ONYX HOSIERY
! ' ITKBYTHISG IN FOOTWEAR.
ft0oooeoaooci & o
SHOE MEN, !
ftr5000 0 O &
WANTED. One or several mares
about 1100 lb weight, under live
years of age, well broks and me
dium sound. Address 1308 Jackson
Ave. : 1-25-31.
Is hereby given that the registra
tion booki for the coming city elec
tion, will be open on January 25th,
1910, at the office of the City Record
er and remain open during office
hours until March 4th, 1910.-
D. E. COX.
1-24, 2-4 , Recorder.
LOST. Japan mink fur scarf, be
tween La rande and Island City.
Finder please notify or return to the
Observer office and receive reward.
LOST. Saturday evening about six
o'clock, between the Observer office
and the Kelffer hotel, a gold signet
ring, engraved with the letter "W."
Finder please return to the Observer
office and receive reward.
. or THE ;'
LA GRANDE, ORE.
( La Grande camp No. 7713 .Meets
every Uoaiay eafc month at I. 9. 0.
F. BaU. All vlsltlag neighbors are
eerdlally Invited attest.
THSD B. CUIUUsT, f
CAL JORDON, Clerk.
Court Uald It&rkm tie.; 21, aeeu
iah ,-Wetoesday tlght !n K. I . ,
halL Brothers are Invited to attend.
10 HlWtlNi. c'a
X X VANDERPOSL. ?. f
Chapter flo, n13fc
0. JB. 3.,
ooia siaiea comsaunicauons the sec
ond and fourth Wednesdays. ..of
each, menth. . Visiting members v eer
dlally .Invited. ; ;. i
"Pauline Lederlee, W. If.
Mary. E. .Warnlck, Secretary.
L 0. 0. FEncampment
Star Encampment No. Si, L 0. 0.
meets every second and fourth
Wednesday rn the month In Odd Fel
lows' halL Visiting patriarchs always
IL E. COOLIDQB, G. P.
W. A. WORST ELL, Scrltoi.
La Graide Lodge No. 41, JL f.
K. IL, holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
R. L. LINCOLN, W. II
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
Knights ef Pjthlas.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meeU ev
ery Monday evening In Castle hall
(old Elk's hall). A Pythian welcome
to all vlBltmg knights.
J. F. BAKER, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, K. of R. A 8.
La Grande Lodge No. 169, W. 0.
W, meets every second and fourth
Tuesday evening ta K. of P. hall In
the Corpe huildlnr 1P visiting
NKRI ACKLES, Consul Commander
- ' J. H. KEENET, Clerk.
L 0. 0. Fr SaberdJsate.
La Grande Lodge No.. 18, meets la
tnelr hall every Saturday night. Yisl
ting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
the Model restaurant
GEORGE GROUT, N. G
L R. 8NCOK, Rec Secy.
. wr A XPnnOTWT.T. Via Am
BE PATRIOTIC WliKH OBOEBI.NO
SUGAR AND INSIST CPON RATING
B03IE MADE. THE AKW FMK8II
IS NOW IN ALL THE GROCER f
8T0KE8. .-; : ,
CHEAPEST FUEL ON THE UAEHET,
A Carload of the best Chain Wood delivered at
your homes for only $2.25 per cord, measured to the
car.. Order HOW, while the roads are good and the
pricea low. ';:'!-"''
A R. BEAN
Crnplis tquipmeat for ' resetting and repairiag
A GRANDE IRON WORKS
d. Fitzgerald, proprietor
Compete ' Machine Shops and Foundry
B. P. 0. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 43S, meet
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock It
Elk's club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brother
are cordially invited to attend.
H. E. COOLIDGE, Exalted Raler.
HUGH McCALL, Rec. Secy
Crystal Lodge No. 60 meets every
Tuesday evening in the I. 0. 0. F.
HalL All visiting members are In
vited to , attend.
Mrs. Cora FlUgerald, N. G. -Miss
Susan Mclllroy. Secretary.
Warm and Comfortable
''.' . , .
Hosiery and Hair Goods
E. M. WELLMAN & CO.
The eyes is one cf the most import
ant ant delicate part o fthe body.
"Sight is Priceless.. Glasses should
sot be worn where no error of ref no
tion exists, but where an error doe
exist they should be put oa as soov
as poslble and worn constantly until
the defect is cured. Wearing glaaBses
once does mot signify that they will
always be won. Ton can at any time
(beforv the defect Is cured) go back
to the poorer vision 11 you so dealt 1,
The vision will not be poorer than Is
was before the glasses vera worm,
will be mere notlcahle oa uoavst ot
having beem aeiiUased to betUr v.&
lorn. I have male eenclal stady d
the eyes and have beem firing glaaeoa
for fourteen years. Ask anyoa Cat
I have iltt d f r crrce m aw t"j
ability, then give me irkl d ,
convinced. All work gaaracteed. ' j
IL W. ESWITT. Ni
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