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IA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910.
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To Whom it May Concern: Notice' LOCAL TuXATKLS
Is hereby given that la pursuance of a' O " - O
resolution adopted by the common VVvOvvOOvvO
council of 'the city of La Grande, Ore
gon, on the 27th day of October, 1309,
creating Improvement District No. 8,
and "designating 2nd street, as such
district, and In pursuance of a reso
lution adopted by Baid common couu-:
ell on the 18th day of January, 1911,
whereby said council determined and
declared its Intention to improve all
that portion of 2nd street, in Bald
Improvement district as hereinafter
described, by laying thereon Macad
am, the Council will, ten, days after
the service of this notice upon the
owners of the property affected and
benefitted by such improvements, or
der that said above described Improve
ment be made; that boundaries of Bald
district be so Improved are as fol
lows: All that portion of Second street,
from the North line of Adams avenue
to the Soqth J::i of Palmer street.
Notice la hereby given that the coun
cil will levey a special assessment on
all the property affected and benefit
ted by sifch Improvement for the pur
pose of paying for men Improvement.
That the estimated cost of such Im
provement is the sum of $6,660.00.
That the council will on the lit day
of February, 1911, meet at the coun
cil chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock,
p. m., to consider said estimated cost,
amnine levy oi saw sseatunt, wuen
a hearing will be granted to aay per
eon feeling aggrieved by anch assess
ment. V ", ;
"" La Grande, Oregon, Jan. 20th 1911. "
CITY COUNCIL OB . LA GRANDE,
. OREGON.' '
By C. M. HUMPHREYS,' -Recorder
of the City of La Grande,
Big Bill Tonight '
An exceptionally fine programme Is
billed for tonight and Saturday at the
Isis theatre. The management hag se
cured the beautiful "Edison film" de
pleting the great dramatic actress
Madame Pilar Morln In the emotional
drama, "The Greater Love," a story
telling of a mother's devotion to her
wayward offspring, ending with the
triumph of love over wickedness. A
feature of this number will be the
incidental music specially arranged by
Charles E. King, of the IsIb theatre.
Including excerpts from "The Lov9
Tales of ' Hoffman,"- "De Provenca'
and "Cacallerle Rustlcana". There
will be presented a "Vltagraph" film
entitled "Water Lillles," the story of a
dancing girl, introducing the equbIc of
"Anitras Dance" from the Peer Gynt
suit of the Norwegian compbaer, Ed
ward Grelgg, ' , r
"Pathe Freres" are represented by a
double film showing a French comedy
"Marguerite's Birthday" and a master
piece In photography and acting en
titled "Saved by Her Prayers."
; Orphenm Change Good. ;'-',
' The new change which went on 'at
the Orpheum last night has been de
dared by all to be of exceptional
quality and for lowers of a little vau
deville and moving pictures combined,
Mr. Gardlnier has a good number at
the week end. - '; ' " ; '-' .
would do credit to a professional com
pany and the finale last night was
greeted by hearty applause from those
ho dropped in whila awaiting the
basket ball game.
Comfortable opera chairs have been
placed In the auditorium so that it
has 473 excellent seats all commana
frig a fine view of the stage uv!
the stage lteelf will be- fit to repre
sent the quarterdeck of an old fash
ioned battleship and Uon this deck'
and in a scene carefully portraying a
ship in the harbor, this pretty opera
will be performed complete bot'i
evenings as a formal opening of the
new auditorium. Nothing that could
have been more Interesting- to an au
dience or more beneficial to those
engaged In it presentation could
havei been decided for the ODenlne.
for so worthy object as raising funda
for the purchase of pictures and dec
orations for the walls of the new High
School building, no doubt , the audi
torium will be packed both nights.
Don t. forget the date, Friday an i
Saturday, Feb. 3 and 4. and plan ta
go both night as It will be the best
local entertainment ever given in. La
Grande. . .' ,. ." , '
S. A. GARDINIER, Prop, and U-
TWO COMPLETE CHANGES A WEEII
DeGrav and BeGraw
Par.tominical Ccmedy Acrobats, in Bumps Galore
Adults 1 Sets.
Dr. Nolte, 8th. and Race Streets, Phil
adelphla. It will tell you about some j
of the wonderful results from the Or- f
Xotice for Bids.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by the May
or and City Council of the City of La
Grande. 'Oregon, until Wednesday,
February 1st, 1911, at the hour of 8
o'clock p. m. for the purpose of audit
ing the city books, papers, documents
and finances. . -: '
Bids shall be sealed and be marked,
"Bids for Auditing City Books," The
Council reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
La Grande, Oregon, January 20th,
1911.- , ,
A. L. RICHARDSON, .
C. M. HUMPHREYS, City Recorder.
Jan 20-31 . .'.' " ' ;
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration have .been , issued
by the County Court of Union county
Oregon, to Angus Shaw upon the
estate of Isabella Shaw, deceased, and
all persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present
the same with proper .vouchers to the
said administrator at his ' residence
at Summervllle. Oregon; ; within six
months from the date" of this notice.
Dated this December 30th, A. D
... VrTTO OtlHTff
Administrator of the estate of Isabel
la Shaw, deceased. '
Dec. 30, Jan 6, 13, 20, 27. - ;
There ?,- Are Many; of You
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appreciate its help we have at
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goes without saying. '
HOWEVER, we want to take
this public method of thanking
you for past patronage and,
with full confidence that this
patronage will eoutinue, we
pledge yon oar best endeavors
-- be future as. you have had
".Jem In the past '
: Wishing yon an"lncreased
measure of Happiness and Pros
perlty for the year 1911, we are
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PROGRAM TONIGHT Fl
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The Fugitive Biograph.
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