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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1910)
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AJ?0no'e Esys Much "in tht PuLUo
Eys Owing to King's Condition.
Two cf the most talked of and inter
tstfsj royal children of Europe just
now art the two sons cf Alfonso, and
as the klnj ts la tery poor btaltb. tb
reports having It that b baa consump
tion. on of tb boya. tbe belr to the
tliroca. b Kucn lo tbe public eye la
Epala. Tlit yoansstw w bo. If he Urea,
tria eome day rule tb 8ta ts tbe
Prim of tfce Aitoriaa. IucldentaUy
tils amaS eLr,Ja name la Ffcia Cbrto-
;aoe fcc-r acvusiTs w iia eira asa m-
(JiufrLico eiruiige'j? will of )iuc WHO
tbe churgf tbat l loU asalust ber.
Sbe odcnltK plvlng a tstrycbiiloe cajv
aile to br sister, but claims she waa
t'ld to do so by n man and thought
the capsule contained quinine.
i!and Dasce Ii5J..y ;,'IgLt.
The La Grande Band iar.ee will ba
given ceit Friday everlr.g. A ton
pieco orchestra will supply the musk
Are yon frequently Loam? , Do you liare ,
that annoying tickling in your throat? Does
your cough annoy yon at night and da yon 1
raiM mucus in the morning? Do too want
relief? If so, take Chamberluin s Cocgh
Eemedy and you will be pletu J.
Oa the evening of. May 2d. the la
dles of tbe Maccabees will gWe their
second annual tall in the Elks audi
torium. TLla will be one of the best
event o! the acaeoa.
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The corfew law -will be atrictly en
forced. All parents are requested to
take notice." "...
JOHN W. WALDON, Chief of Police.
' Fully nine cut of every fca etioi.cf ts
maUsm U sin? ply rhsnsjatism cf tlte Est.'
eke due to cold or damp, or cLronU rhsuaia- b
tiam, neither of which require any InUre&J -treatment
All that is needed to afford re
lief is the free application of CLamberklo's
Liniment. Give it atrial. You are certain 4
to be pleased with the quick relief which it
affords,' v ' '
Phohc Black 01
The only authentic pictures of the Roosevelt party
in Africa, v Secured at an enormous expense, and will
be presented at the ISIS Wednesday and Thursday af-
ternoons and evenings. )
The following scenes will be shown and every per-
son should visit the ISIS and see Roosevelt in Darkest o
KINO ALFONSO'S TWO SONS,
r Heir to throne is standing.
tian Edward Francis William Charles
Henry Eugene Ferdinand Anthony Ve
oanclo. 1 -'
. The prince is a manly looking little
chap not qulte three years of age nod
u a soiaier to tne f irst miantry regi-
tnent and a chevalier of tbe Order of
the Golden Fleece.
King Alfouso's second son Is also an
Interesting little fellow and la said to
be the handsomest boy of his age in
Europe.' He Is.Prlnce Jaime and, like
bis "big brother. Is Intensely fond of
playlag at aoldler. '
NEW IN PHOTOGRAPHY.
Moving Pictures May Now Be Taken
. " by the Amateurs.
Photographers, both amateurs and
professionals.' are keenly Interested In
an entirely new Invention Jn photog
raphy that now makes possible the
taking of animated photos asaslly
ROOSEVELT IN AFRICA
Scene. 11 bear Roosevelt Is comlg.
Scene 2 Government Buildings In Mombasa
Scene 3 Col. RooBevclt planting a tree in
front of the Mombasa . Trading Company's
Office. . ,
Scene 4 Native Amusements in Mombasa,
Scene 6 Railway trip from Klu to Naquro
made by Col. Roosevelt. ; "
Scene 6 Zulu women at spring.
Scene 7 Dance of the Rain Maker.
Scene 8 Natives drawing water from a.well.
; Scene 9 In the Kraal. V"'.: :'' '0 "'"'.
Scene 10 "Mister" Take my picture. -
Scene 11. American birds specimens se
cured by Col. Roosevelt for the Smithsonian
Institute. Kingfisher feeding young, , .
Scene 12. Jackson's dancing bird. . V.--.'
Scene 13 Vultures and Marabou Storks
. feeding 1 v, ' ' r
Scone 14 Woodpecker feeding its young.
Scene 15 Camp Roosevelt. Making and
breaking camp at Dondonl.
Scene 16 Zulu war dance and ceromonles
in honor of ol. Roosevelt's vlBit to Africa. :
Scene 17 Col. Roosevelt and his party re
viewing maneuvers.' ' '
Scene 18 Zulu Bells.
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Scene 19 Col. Roosevelt examining gun be
fore being presented to Chief Okawahkl.
' Scene 20 Col. Roosevelt "taking the trail.
.Scene 21 The home. of tbe Llzzard.
Scene 22 Young Several Cats.
Scene 23 Giraffes In their native heath.
Scene 24 The deadly African Spider. v
Scene 25 Giant Land Turtle.
.. Scene 26 Flashlight of a Man-eating Lion
in the Jungle. -
Scene 27 The Roosevelt Party crossing a
stream. 1 -
Scene' 29 Rhlonceros Mother and Baby,
cured by Col. Roosevelt'B party for the Smith
sonian Institute. v -
Scene 29 Rhlnocerus Mother and Baby.
Scene 30 Rhinoceros killed by RoosevelL v
, Scene 31 Harte Beasts roaming over Veldt.
- ' Scene 32 Visiting delegation of Gnus and
Zebras. , - ' . - . :
i Scene 33i-IIlppopotami at play In the" Tana
:. River. :'. ;' '. ' ' . ,. 1
.,' Scene 4j-Crocodile taking his morning
plunge. " 'i '
Scene 35 Picture of a Young Deer.
Scene 36 Col. Roosevelt returning, from a
; hunting expedition.- " v . . ,v '.
BERT Af. SHERWOOD f.f anager
ADMISSION, 10 Cents
A OINErBOTI TOM.
as the ordinary snapshots, with the
camera for this work is a clnephote
apparatus that; although consisting of
a mechanism of precision. Is so simple
and practical that it may be used .by
the amateur as well as tbe prores
slouak -"-ft1:' :! - :';''
The new, apparatus produces nega
tive photos which are treated for the
production of positives Just like ordi
nary photographs, ' plates or films.
The clnephotography la not intended
to produce long moving pictures, but
only to give every one an opportunity
of obtaining pictures in sufficient
quantity to show life. It marks great
progress, for until now cinematog
raphy has been - the field of profes
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in edeitien to our rcpular FEED arc FUEL ousir.ess.
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- THE MANZ CASE..
Ohio Girl Charged With Murder Takes
the Third Degree Calmly.
A slxteeu-year-old girl is the prin
clpal figure In one of the most remark
able murder cases tbe Ohio authorities
have had to deal with in many years
She is Catherlue Mans of Masslllon.
who is charged with the murder of
her sister Elizabeth by administering
to her a strychnine capsule.:
Ths slentlei blue eyed miss, scarce
ly more than a child In appearance.
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