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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1910
liEOBGE PALKIIl, Fm.
K. 4. HOLMES, Yiee-Pm.
LA GRANDEJN4TI0NAL BANK
OF LA GRANDE, OREGON
United States Depository
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $200,000.00
W. J. ( KCLCH
WL. 3Kr MUM T
F. I METEIiS
VT. JL riERCE
ffltb nor arable rares and facilities we can render you fl'd ul
8iTT.ct) and handle jsar bieliesti to joar i l!rr jatUfardnn.
Dressed In "Black and Yellow."
Not "Football Colors" but the color
of the carton containing Foley'8 Hon
ey and Tar the best and safest cough
remedy for all coughs and colda. Do
T.Ct tt fCTSUuuuu iv ccepi a bUUHtl-
tute but see . that you get the gen
uine Foley's Honey and Tar In a yel
low, carton with black letters. Fo
ley's Honey and Tar contains no op
iates, no harmful drugs and Is safe
anl sure. : . i
If your doctor does not recom
inent your bringing hiB prescription
to us It's because he doesn't want to
appear partial. He knows, however,
that better prescription service than
ours Is unobtainable. He will be glad
If you do come here. Newlln Drug
To the Public.
My wife, Mrs. Laura Owens,' having
left my bed and board, I will not be
responsible for any debts contracted
by her after Nov. 12. 1910.
BURT M. OWENS.
- agent fpr
$3.50 and Up .
3itick 81 or Black 1481
The Up-Building t
I of This Bank
is due to the fact that sve have
ample capital and that we iave
adhered to a ,ollcy winn ha
been conservative, yet aloug
progressive lines. Y," to
our customers modern fii....tles
for ? prompt and proper tran
onrt'en of their financial affairs;
ample vault and Bafe room for
storing and safe-guarding of
their moccy, notes, Insurance
policies and other valuable pap-e.-3
and such liberality of treat
ment as Is consistent with pru
YOUR account Is cordially so'l
clted. 1 The! United States:
National Bank, i
LA C:ApZ,Olt60N 1
tY. L. CEEXUOLTS, Ais't. Cash.
KIEL ZUJTDEL, td lilt Cash.
F. L KETEES, Cashier.
C. C PfMXiTON
F. m. ryi:::;t
M. E. Church South.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. There will be
a meeting every night jlurlng the fol
lowing week. Presiding Elder Shan
gle will be with us. Quarterly meeting
Nov, 26-27. All are invited. J. B. Ball,
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
(Opposite High School Building.)
James D. Glllilan, D. D., Pastor.
Sunday school 9:45; F. II. Green,
superintendent; Fp worth League at
6:30, Mrs. Leighton, president. Preach
ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and at
Island City 3 p. m. Evangelistic ser
mon and services at 7.30,' Rev. L. C.
Elliott, conducting the specials.
The evangelistic ' meetings which
oegan last Thursday evening are con
tlnuing and are increasing in inter
est nightly. '
Central Church of Christ.
Ford A. Ellis, Minister.
Mrs. Clara Esson, field worker of
the Bible school, will speak at the
morning -service. The m'nlster will
preach at Allcel Sundny morning. Bi
ble school at 9:43. Communion at 11;
church at 11:15 a(nd 7:30;. Christian
and Junior Endeavor at 0:30. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening. The ev
ening services will be 1m charge of
the congregation. The program Is a.?
follows: Ad(t';-ess, "Christ and the
Church." J. W. McAllister; Paper.
"Christ In Literature." Mrs. .1. D.
Smith; .Address, "Medicine and Chrls
tinnlty," Dr. II. L. Underwood; Pa
per. "Music and Morals," Mrs. T. J.
Scroggln. The public Is invited to
attend all 'these services. The church
is located on the corner of 'Washing
ton and Depot street.
Island City Services.
The Sunday afternoon services at
3 o'clock in Island City are becoming
more and more popular. There is a
large attendance every Sunday. Dr.
. Glllilan gives the peopl" hi very hes1
service at each meeting. All denomi
nations and those of no church pref
erence are found In attendance.
The evening services at the Cen
tral Christian church next Sunday
will bo given by the members of
the members of the congregation. The
program is given below.
Voluntary Mrs. Ford A. Ellis.
Song 54 "Praise Him. Praise Him."
Prayer Congregation standing.
Address "Christ and the Church."
J. W. McAllister.
Paper "Christ ; 1n Literature"
Mrs. J. D. Smith.
Song 29 "The King's Business"
Address "Medicine and Chrlstlan
!ty.".Dr. II. L. Vnderwood.
Paper "Music and Morals." Mrs.
T. J. Scroggln.
Solo Miss Lena McUeynolds.
St. Peter's ( Iiucli.
Sunday next before Advent.
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning Service 11 a. m.
Evening service .... r p. m.
Upton H. Gibbs. Rector.
Grande RondeXash Co
PHONE, MAIN 6
i Orphcum Theatre Announces l,
Its Opening Program
Vaudeville will make Its second
debut in La Grande next Monday
night when the finest vaudeville
house in the Northwest size of the
town considered will be thrown op
en on the opening night. The seat
ing capacity, the sanitary ventila
tion methods whereby fresh air is
circulated through the building ev
ery six minutes, the interior furnish
ings, the Jight effect, the newness and
crlspness, the size of the stage all
go to make the house a perfection In
Seating Arrangements Lsrtre.
The lower floor seats 438 people
and the boxes hold 12. The gallery
holds 182. These are all opera chairs
and do not count chairs which may
be Installed later. This makes a to
tal of 632 people which can be com
fortably seated at one f.me.
Lights In the Floor.
The alsleBare provided with floor
lights. This gives a splenaid light ef
fect and is a new arrangement. The
wall chandeliers are, attractively
grouped and all go to Insure perfect
lighting arrangements of the build
ing. '', ',' : .' .-. .
The aluminum curtain.- the air svs
tem and a half dozen other features
make the- building exceptionally new
and. up-to-date in every detail. A
glimpse at jthe Interior of the build
ing will bear' out the statement that it
is nicely decorated and furnished.
The walls are tinted and pretty. The
building la equipped with water,
toilets and every convenience. Man
ager Gardlnier',"has a private ofilce
on the gallery"oor..
..I' l f i i. i,
ISIS HAS COMEDY.
Manager Snewood has a program
which will be seen for the last time
this everiing, whicH is positively a
Lhummer. The thrilling picture of p
ruse to rob a residence makes one's
hair raise. Then there are funny
things which makes the audience
The musical, both orchestral and
vocal, is always a real treat at the
l8ls and when the pictures are on,
the orchestra picks up the cues with
fine tact and one of the main things
which makes one come away from the
Isls feeling refreshed and satisfied,
is the splendid music, supplementary
to the pictures themselves.
The Openlntr Program.
Manager Gardinier has assembled
n splendid series of numbers for the
opening week. There will be but one
show during the week, and In addi
tion there will be two reels of plc
tines on if' specially made aluminum
curtain. This makes ' it possible to
leave th lights in the housa so Ciat
a newspaper can be read at any time
while the pictures are showing. The
doors will be opened at 7:30 and for
fifteen minutes there will be an or
chestra program as a forerunner of
the first appearance. The numbers on
the program follow;
The Gulliver Lilliputians (feature
act.) This is nn -"-an novelty
att 'ons'stlnr ri otj r-iYst lady, two
ni'rteet me" r"-' ons minager as-
tirt-"' Th'; ;s -n croyri not gent
here frcm the Spokane a,!l show as
a snecial attraction for t:u opening
night of the local theatre.
Hesse, an eccentric juggler. This
number is also coming from the Na
tional Apple show. He is a comeflian
of the first water and works both at
the same time. '
The McLinns. They introduce a
sensational bar act.
Jennie. De Wesse, trick instrumen
talist and dancer:
STIES OF THE STAGE
was last tour
ing this couutrj
uud was plnyiiiK in
St Ixuls u nifiulici
of lur com puny vuis
taken sudilciily ill
on t li evening
wheu a pii.in
nin e of 'VHuniic
was to lu given n
Just luippciutl t lust
willettk there- was n. mir
KEtisiiAw. , the compiuiy win.
was up in tin. part, and the ni;in.iuc
inent were jit ii loss wlm t to Uo in u
tier to the show WlKcite Ker-
vliaw. win at present pl.ix itig the
Icii.IIng role In -The Country I'.oy."
K;!.v:!r S.-lvvi,-s ucjy Ci'ln ioi CliJ
llfeT was In St Louis vlslUng her par",
The fact of Bernhardt's distress waa j drops of magical HYOMEL
brought to her notice by the manager j This is absorbed by the antiseptic
of the theater, who was a personal ; gauze within, and now you are ready
friend of hers and who spoke of the , breathe it in over the germ ln
serlousness of the situation. Miss J fegte(1 membrane where lt will
Kershaw volunteered to play the part ; -,, .. . - - k,m
Her offer was accepted, and she ac-! anJ f or K'1Un"
quitted herself with credit As a r ' catarrn germg- HYOMEI Is made ot
suit Willette Kershaw enjoys the dls-i
tlnction of being the 'only American
actress who ever played In support of
the "divine Sarah."
Kate Douglas Wigglo, whose first
play. "Rehorea of Sunnybrook Farm."
n nttroi-tln'r wn tmifK dttnntlnn la oo.
peclally a vhlldren'a author. To think
of Mrs. WUrgln is to see her surround
ed with child' faces, for there ' is
scarcely a book of hers without a
glimpse of juvenile life1, and the great
er part of her work centers about a
child hero or heroine.
"You have many children." said .a
crystal gazer once to Mrs. Wiggin. .
It was In County. Meath. Ireland.. at
a fair held on the grounds of Lord
KATB DOfOLAS WlOOIN.
Darnley. and the crystal gazer hud
been brought from Dublin for the oc
caslon... . . .
"I have no children;" replied the
"But I see them; they are coming,
still comlng-oh. so many little ones:
They are clinging to you; you are sur
rounded by them." went on the Dub
lin woman, ber eyes on the ball, por
would she accept denial "Tbey are
the children of a relative?" she asked
hopefully. "No? I cannot understand.
1 see them," she insisted.
Helen Ware, who is starring this sea
son in "The Deserters'." a military
melodrama, is one of the very'fc-- "
male stars who have made their wnv
to the top of the ladder through I; !'
work. From the nine she made her
debut on the stage as a "super" wuu
Maude Adams in "The Little Minis
ter" up to now she has shown that
success ttv the theater can be won
without a pull or through managerial
Miss Ware's pet fad is the collecting
of antique Jewelry, and she is never so
happy as when visiting the shops that
deal in antique. Besides possessing
an extensive gathering of rings of un
common stones, she treasures a val
uable collection .of necklaces.
NEXT DOOR TO POST
The little Hyomel (pronounce It
High-o-me) inhaler la made of hard
rubber, and can easily be carried In
the pocket or purse. It will last a
Into this Inhaler your pour a few
10-Acre tract on Adams avehue. New 9-room brick house, macadam
street In front of property. City water on corner of property. Sewer
of the city crosses full length of property, and Uave a contract with
c.'ty to tap sewer on every 60 foot lot without cost. A splendid home
and investment Price $6300.00 1-2 cash, balance on terms.
A 5-room modern'brick house, 2 lots 124x120 feet, "nice shade trees
fruit and lawn, barn, wood sred. etc., on corner of 2nd and Spring
street for the remarkable low p rice of $1800.00. Easy terms. This
0 t property has been held at $2100.00 but tl9 owner must have money.
f hence the great reduction in price. Let me show you. "
i C. J. BLACK Jhe Real Estate Man L
Complete equioment for
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. F.;2GERALD, Proprietor
Complete Machine Shops and Foundry
The George Palmer .
We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid RooVng '
Deadening r'1, Building Paper.
We are prepared to furnish and deliver material,
," promptly. 1 Phone Main 8. .
Next Door to Electric Light Office
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NOW IS THE TIME TO
Look After That EveTVoucjh j
Rainy weather will set in soon. We
have plumbing fixtures of all kinds,
n.': !md "tT. ... .
Z a.nau.y nuuaing
I ' -
WE CLEAN ANY1HING,
HORSE BLANKET. Work
Elite Dying and
gHjCeAjelpjbspend a pleasant
cared for promptly.
Australian eucalyptus cohibined with
other antiseptics, and is very pleas
ant to breathe.
It Is guaranteed to cure catarrh,"
bronchitis, sore throat, croup, coughs
and colds, or money back. It cleans
out a stnfTed-up head in two minutes..
Sold by the Newlln Drug Co. and
druggists everywhere. Complete out
fit Including Indestructible pocket In
haler and one bottle of HYOMEI,
$1.00. And remember. If you need a
secpnd bottle of HYOMEI it will cost
only 50 cents. Free trial bottle of HY
OMEI from Booth's Hyomel Co., Buf
falo. N. Y., Nov. 7. 18. 28.
resetting and repairing
Special A par tment
for ladies-Shoes dyed'
Depot street t
- . . i
FROM A NECKTIE 70 A
called for and delivered
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