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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1911)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVE!?,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1911.
but for th3 purpose of proving to the
peoijJe of La Grande that It proposes
I Jit all tlmea to give to the citizens of
) this community the b3t in the picture
j line that can be seceured anywhere in
! STEWARD, THURS. FEB. IG I
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Bessfe (HiVorJ, t1u Famwa Tama Tama Glr! Who Appears lu the "Throe Twins."
l'AMA VAMA (IKLS (O.Vl.SO, ?;,sunent '"Three Twins" success Is
Jve to the fascinating music, gargeous
Tom Stanhope which he created at
the Whitney Oi)era House, Chicago,
nd which ran there for nine months
in i dditton to one whole year at the
I'erald Square Theatre In New York.
a suscjKMlve line In the entire perform , Minnie Allen, who was the prima
donna last season, still essays the role
and Blngs "Cuddle lrp a Little Closer,
Lovey Mine" with the same charm and
sweetness which won - her euch a
Ihree.TwIiifl Brings line Tilsit and uetumlng, wonderful electrical cf
J roup to the Menard next Ywl. f,ts, good, wholesome comedy, and
. abr.ve ell. cleanliness, for there 1 not
joaepn M. O .ltes musical i-.e l
. imr. ius vr-.Ti.-nr o v, P. pf6Sie Clifford Is still the
lie Steward Hi xt week and "he ind!-. .-Yuua Yuma Girl" and continues to
cations are that It will be greeted ,UM9 ber8df lnto the hearts of all
; fcy.one of the largest, if net the larg. wh0 see. her.WJille Victor Morlev. 't.h
m house of th, season for already clover young comedian who has many ! warm place In the hearts of the
v v,"v "tt. lu x"v fle:ids here, still essays the role of ment seekers
AT TIIE OBPHEl'V.
Closing Days of Vaudoltli Han Cr.oi
nnmbi-ra on rrojrram.
.A fitting ckeo to vaui-VUt In l,a
, Grande is to h srwn at tho Orphetni
this week. Miss1 Maudn Still c:iiil!niiM
to mystify her audlencei? hy h3r h
roiIani3. flying wet. During h-r risrht
, Mis Still slnrs I'm tafchv avhtlon
song that hs znado a llfr hit liore.
The other team mi the i'.Ysrain la
Gordon & Barber. The fwnale mcmWr
of this team is Miss Bellft Gordon, the
champion bag puncher ot the world.
Her skill with the punching bags Is
truly marvelous, she keeps four hags
going at one time and to as handy
with her feet as with her hands. As a
fitting close to her stunt Miss Gor
don gives an exhibition endurance test
for corpulent people that should not
be missed by any tending to corpu
lency. The rest of the "company" la
a clever violin ?lpyer and received
hearty encores for his work. Sunday
.'.fternoon a matinee performance will
be given In which Miss Still is to be
seen In a baloon acenslon.
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Ol'KXIS OOHEK EXPENSIVE.
' tVople's Amusement Company Send
!od Attraction (or Monday
J The People's Amusement Company
haa JuM. wired Frank Gjori-e, Manager
tf ths Orpheum, that it has at flreat
'cxperaso nuide arrangements for the
magnificent iiroductlon of 11 Trovatore
' hs his head line attraction for the
'opening o fthe Orpheum theatre un
rier Its mnnafsement. This grand open
ing will take ylace next Monday. Feb
ruary 13th, and there will be special
features such as an address by one of
the prominent citizens of the com
In addition to this great' picture,
the People's Amusement Company
fwll! Bend to La Grande special secenry
which is to be used in connection with
'II Trovatore, because it Is the Inten
tion of the company to present thlB
great feature In the same manner that
'It was recently produced at the Star
theatre at Portland, Oregon. This Is
not all, the company will also Bend to
La Grande, Miss Dlnsmore, lato of the
Metropolitan Opera Company, of New
York City and Lynn Cowan, one- ot
the greatest lyric tenors of the entire
country, who will render the prison'
scent In the tii'x. There will be al
together 3,000 feet of film. The Peoples
Amusement Company takes this etep
realizing fully that under this engage
ment It will sustain a financial loss
Ceurre Pe Anjon Pear Trees for Sale.
Also other varieties of peara and s
full line of apple and cherry trees. Re
member that the Anjou pear la the besi
paying fruit in the U. .S. and that we
can grow It to perfection.'
KARL J. STACKLAND.
The quicker 4 cola is gotten rid of the
lestl e danger from pneumonia and other
serior.i diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, ot
Waverly, Vs., nays: "I firmly believe Cliaro
berluin's Cough Remedy to be absolutely the
Iteot remration on the market for colds. I
liHTe recommended it to my friends and
tuey all agree with me." For sale by a'i
dealers. . ,
For La Grande Teople.
- We have found that a single dose of
Adlerika, the simple German Appen
dicitis remedy, relieves v wind or gas
in the stomach or bowels, sour stom
ach or constipation almost Instantly.
A. T. Kill, Druggist
Jos. M. Gaites offers
America's Greatest Musical
With Victor Morley Bessie Clifford
ii V V ill N
I had been troubled with comtinnfio
for two renra and tried all of the btst nhvw.
dan in Bristol. Tenn., and they could do
lownncior me,- wrius j iion. i WiMinmK
Middleltoro. Kr. ; "Two oarkae'ea of ('hmn
beilainV Stomach and Liver Tablets curet
me." For wle bv all dealers. -
. The Yaul Girl Pathe.
, The Captain's Daughter Edi
son. Old Home Gaumont
Cain and Abel. .
Song A Girl for Yankee Doo-'3
Admission 10 cents
80 - People - 80
Company Cattle's Own Orchestra
Tickets on Sale Tuesday, Feb. 14, at Van Burens
S. A. GARDINIbR, Prop, and Mgr
TWO COMPLETE CHANGES A WEEK
World's Champion Bag Puncher
I Until Thursday, Admission! 1 0c only
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We have a large number of skilled employees
We have a large weekly pay roll
We have a modern, sanitary, up t date laun
jdry plant .
The cuffs on your shirts look like new after
having been pressed on our new cuff jpresses
We steam all our flannels, making them as
soft and fluffy as when new
We have agents at Elgin, Willowa, Enterprise,
Joseph, Perry, Union,North Powder and Haines
We strive to do good work at right prices
Visitors are always welcome ,
Cherry's Mew Laundry
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