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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1.011.
ire Yfur Rheumatism
tD OTIilR ILLS OF TI1E CODV
At The .
(THE HOUSE OF EFFICLENCT)
EOT LAKE, OREGON'
" . THE ,
Railroad & Navigation Co.
'sells round-trip tickets, good for three
) " months', allowing 16.00 worth of
accommodation at the Santo-'
rlum, at Portland and all 0- .
W. R. & N, Stations.
For further information and illus
trated booket, address.. Dr. W. T.
Phy, Medical Supt. and Mgr., Hot
Lake, Oregon, any O.-W, R. ft N
Agent, or write to .. .
General Passenger Agent, '
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A GOOD JUDGE OF CIGARS.
Is the man that knows what he wants
and gets the most for his money.
FAM US KI5G Hayana Cigars are
bnilt in Spanish form of the best Im
ported Havana's, making a mild,
sweet creamy smoke, one that the last
: puff Is sweeter than the first, are
yon getting that much for jour mon.
ey, If not, why not!
FAM US KltlG
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troit top the iU In drawing fc;tes
ou balls in the major leasuts.
All tli? new meuiber3 of the Chi
cago" White Sox have fine records
SJ mitior -leftgriiet-ft .- nrt th- i-h
are thai Hugh Duffey will develop a!
few stars. -!'
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About the oul tangle in baseball
circles of lato la the fight in the Three'
I League. ' An effort to pust Water-.
loo and take In Qulncy touched off
; , ' city, will take place next Friday eveu-
As capable umpires are getting 'leg in this city. The place has not
so' scarce President Lynch of the J been definitely announced but lnvita
National League, will engage a scout jtlons will be issued In a day or so.
to visit the minor leagues and look!
over the arbiters. .
Samuel Strlng-Nlcklln the old
New York and Baltimore player, Is
studying music In Paris. Sarahiy be
lieves that he is good for the .300
class in grand opera..
Fred Lake is to be chief scout forj ' COntestel throughout, feccre
the St.: Louis Browns and John Mcj.at end of first half being 3 to ll The
Closky will bo one of lake's as-score wa3 tj,ed four tlms. Following
slstant3. McClosky has managed was the line up: J
teams In Milwaukee, Louisville and! Joseph W. C. H. S.
Manager Jennings will send his
veteran pltcners, f Donovan, Mullen
and Summers,' to riot Springs, Ark.
where they will spend two weeks be
fore Joining the Tigers at-Monroe,
Loulsana. - ' -
Claude Horzog believes that he will
be able to make a better snowing u
Boston now that Fredt Tenney is doss
of the Rustlers. Last season Manager
Fred Lake and Horzog couldn't see
each other. ' - -
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... Work ha3 been started on the new
baseball park for the New. .York
Amerclans at Klngsbrldge. The main
grand stand, trlpple decked, will
seat 2QJ)00 persons and on either
side will be bleachers capable - of
holding 20,000 more,
JOSEPH WIN'S GAME
Wallowa County High School Lost to
Joseph High School Friday. ,
' Joseph won the basnet nan gamer,vveinJiorn a lamaiy arug sxore. ,
1 On account of repeated requests
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DESrUOG OOUTS M
IF PRESEOT PIS WWl
. While there la yet a question aa to
the exact date of the meet, it 13 more
than probable , that the triangular
'wrestling bouts between the Eakr
Athletic club, the Hot Lake Wrest
krs and the B. M. A. mat men of this
The event will be entirely new to
local people. A half dozen wrestling i
events of (good caliber will be on the
program and there Is going to be much
excitement. An indication of what will
be done is shown by the fact that Hot
Friday night from W. C. H. 3. by the
''score of 22 to 20. The .game 'was
Cole . . , Center . ..... Cramer
H. Shutt ......Right Forward ..Read
Vest ........ Left Forward Skaggs
Aiken . i . . . .Right Guard . .... .French
Shutt . Left Guard Emmons
Foster and Wells .Subs .Berry,- Ault
FRESH3TEX CUMI)) TO FATO
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'"va"rgity on lue euw
everyone of them gave promise cf in
the near, future mastering tha eame
creditably. Schofneld and Murchiaon,
Rcoka, were the stars of the match and
(Vsplayed'tact, knack and seed t'i.it
would o credit to a first team vlayer.
The ..lineup: , ; 1 .
Rooks '. Sophs
Scho field .... '.. F Carpy
Crawley ...F Wright
"th?" T.ittU .....C . Bohnenkamn
"Tut" MurchiBon G , ...... . . .Couch
Watson ......... G , . Hopper
Referee'and umpire. Nelbauer and
Turner of Cove.
Valentines, more ; valentlnea, Just
look at them at one half price at Sil-
the High School will present Pinafore
Steward Theatre Saturday night
Prices, 25, 35,
wo . vo!
hi Oil I
Lake Is making arranctiusnta for a
special train to bring the rcoter3 from
that town, and Invitations to the num
ber of about 100 will be issued here so
that there' will probably ba a fair
sized crowd to" see the contest Joe
Heindrlch the Baker wrestler b3 a
fine class of amateurs and four will
besupplied by Hot Lake and perhaps
two. from the B. M. A. here. All will
be amateurs and there will be no
prizes whatever, the small entrance
fee to be charged being mereiy xocot
rr Incidental costs and expenses of
brlniring the Baker and Hot Lake peo-.
pie here. .-
I5FE BUZZING IX PENDLETON'
Addition of two Towns Mill Give Ad
ded Eatpctus to Ball League.
The baseball bee is already begin
ning to buzz In Pendleton sporting
circles and the talk allcentfrs about
a league team, says the Pendleton
East Qregonian. It is certain that this
city will be represented by such a
team, it Is also assured that th2 Blue
Mountain league will continue its ex
istence and there is some likelihood
of it being Increased from four to
six. Indeed, four towns in addition to
those which; were represented last
year have aireuuj' t6u.Hvi ti-.?
sire to put teams in the field, but the
local boys are not inclined to favor
an eight team eague because of the
length of time required to complete
Walla Walla, Dayton, Hermlston
and Echo are the four applicants for
permission to enter the league but ac
cording to President Nelson, there
will be no probability of any of the
west end towns being considered be
cause of the train connections. If a
four team league Is decided upon, Wal-
Ha Walla will probably be substitut
ed for Pilot Rock and the other th
t earns will be the same as last year,
Pendleton, Athena and Weston. In
case a six team league Is decided upon
50 and 75 cents
Vyion and lM:-t Ro k will i ' uli:
bo th? tv'0 ("her town? to in .;r...l
The sihfduU will start lu;-ir.g tl;
first til r t of AiJSil i-P.d will C.rstinu
'for fiftn -w'ei-ks. each team jlayi!,.
; a same every Sunday.
TniDirits at lh;in
I'oontf Xon of NHt Town I ale t
Mat tnat W?th a Vim.
' , (Elgin Recorder)
Several, we ;ks ago a class of local
young men and boys under the direc
tion of John Dabney be?au the study
of acrobatic and tumbling feals ar.;l
i88 a (result some, excellent pcrform-
ers are.' being developed. The ciasa
consists of Albert and Robert ramus
sen, Davey Elmns'ein,, Koscoe Austin,
Lloyd Evans, Hugh McNaughton.'.Sid--ney
Matk, Harold Hug and Floyd Al-
leu. Son:fi if tha boytt nr; progrf;s3lng
and phow signs of becoming iproficlent
in tumblinir feata. Mr, Dabney has
dCTdted srvercl nights each week to .
jiving the boys instructions and while
he Is not professional he knows miny j
tricks of the trade, aa is shown by thi j
work of thj class. The boys win niane
their first appearance at the high
school entertainment . which will be
given here on Saturday, when all. will
have an opportunity of seeing their
'ot!ct "f Pln- ct"rmrj.t
Notlce is iier".,v all ccn-
wr.e.'. that Wm. Reynolds, adrc'r'r
trstcr ot the esUt? . !' ,Vv...f,n Albert
.Mams,, -deceaseu, '.; 'n "!
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tiitl.T. of the. state oi
Albert, Adams,- deceased and that
said court has set Wednesday, the 8th
ivv of February, A. U - .V. ?
"iacK . at the couul; eurt
house In La (jrane. Oregon, for the
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Shining Parlors, Cigars, Tobaccos, Candies,
241 Depot Street
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Alzamen Ira Luca
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at the Central
La Grande, Oregon