i. . LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911. PAGE 3 ii' STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE One Night, Wednesday, March 1 AMERICA'S GREATEST PLAY Tyro Years at the New York Five Months at the ILLINOIS THEATRE Chicago THE n n rni i VUMWi OF THE ! i n Bw Ctotge 'The Best Play I Have Ever $een."Colonel Roose7elt Given here with a special cast of players.'which niusterB a roll of the best artists oil the American stage. PRICES: 50c 75c 1.00, 1.50. Sale Opens Monday FAMUSKING NOTE SATISFACTION, BURNING QUALITIES AND FLOATING AROMA OF A FAM US KING HAVANA CIGAR SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEI BACK. TOU ARE THE JUDGE. NO QUESTIONS ASKED; FAM US KIHG CIGAR FACTORY Your Old Shoes Made New, at the Modern Shoe Repair Shop Prices Lower Better Work Quick Service GIVE US A TRIAL. 108 ELM ST. NEXT to CITY HALL "5 jfi'' "'""Jl FARQUHARSOH'S LUNCH ROOM Clam Chowder, Chile, Fruita, Cigars and Tobaccoes an imHe nf Fresh Can Lunch Goods 213 Fir Stree Tl HI tit 1 t&t tllltlltttm f Cement Sidewalk Construction FIGURE WITH Co To Barley ' ' """ 111 .II.,....! Six .. Months at the TREMONT THEATRE Boston - Four Months at the GARRICK THEATRE-" Philadelphia 0; UU! Sroadhurst J THEATRE PROGRAM TONIGHT The Heart of an Indian Sqaw Kalem. Uncle's Birthday Gift Edison. A Father's Love Lubin. Song Ourley Had. Admission 10 cents An Thing and there are many, In the mnn. agement of a bank is the per. sonaL painstaking care of Its officers. Recognizing this re snonslblllty, the officers of this Institution keep themselves in toncb Tilth every important de tail of the business. And the, outcome? A generous, and n steadily Increasing: patronage. States I The United National Bank, ZhANn, OREGON ? t tAti.4i4,J.4.JiA,Ail.A4.4t22.214.171.124 Essential A Jl The most talked-of play by George Broadhurst, "The Man of the Hour" which has been playing, at the Savoy Theatr., New York, for two years, will be the attraction at the Steward on March 1. "The. Man of the Hour" is a timely play, full of dramatic Incidents, with plenty of comedy, and telling a story of human interest. The, Mayor's signature is all that is necessary to mak;.. the biil a fact, and the "achine' has elected to the office, after a hard fight, a rich young man. who they thought could be handled He proves honest, however, and al though all kinds of pr'Fj ure is brought to hear, steadfastly refuses tJ mr the proposed measure a law. , The love Interest in "The Man of the Hour" is that of the young1 man CH LIMITS LAW AMONG THOSE TA. BOOED BT GOVERNOR. Two of Oliver's Bills Signed by the Governor lesterday. Representative Church's bill .regu lating game laws In Union and Wal lowa counties, was given the veto yes terday by Gov rnor West because It came 'within the type of Eastern Ore gon bills dealing with game. All euch bills were defeated by the ve to route. In addition to vetoing that bill the governor sign and made a law, two measures Introduced by Senator Oliver, one of which is of es pecial importance In that it icnrr'.es sufficient appropriations to maintain the Eastern Oregon experiment sta tion. ' Th: two bills now laws are: No. 113, Oliver Providing funds for Eastern Oreon Agricultural Experi mental Etation. No. 14(5. Oliver Pet:alning to dpo sltlon of wltnes8e sin the state. Backache, Rheumatism, Sleeplessness Result from disordered kidneys. Fn lf.y Kidney Pills have helped others frey will help you. Mrs. J. B. Miller. Syracuse, N. Y., says. "For a long time I suffered with kidney trouble ud rheumatism. I had severe back aches and felt all played out. 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"': "The, Man of the Hour" Is divided into four acts, and is given with an elaborate production as well as a cast of excellence, including: Mr. Harry English, Warren Conlan, Edward Keano, John Moore, John Morris, Clyde F. McCabe, Frank Kendrlcks, Franklin George, E. E. Folt, George Walters, Geo. A. Cameron, Frank Wataon, Alfred Burns, Misses Emma Naylor, Virginia Irwin, Florence' L. Mack. : FORMER LA GRANDE PEOPLE IN PORTLAND COURT. forrle Rynearson Causes Arrest of Baseball Player. . ' Jack O'Brien, a prof.sslonal base lall player, formerly located at La Grande was arrested laBt night on a warrant sortf to by his divorced wife Carrie Rynearson, charging that he threatened to kill her, says the Port land Gregonlan. The arr st was mada at 271 Montgomery street, where both O'Brien and his ex-wife live. O'Brien declare that , there lsnoth ing to the charge and that hls'arrtst is prompted jsolely by spite. He says that he married the woman who last" night caused his arrest In September, 190$, and that he was her third hus band. In Sentembcr. 1909. they were divorced, and a few months afterward O'Brien was again mar: led to a La Grande. Orpeon, woman. , ' fTiv!nn declares that the Rynear "n woman has soupM to have him '' leai ste-'s to hiv hl marrlflee v'f' the La Grande woman annuled on th? ground tbt it wi rontrartefl f nin pfter his divorce from her, "nd alo. thpt she broke up his home In ljlla WfllH hv writing letters to ht? wife. O'Brlon's ball wis flx'rt at r'00 and at a late hour last night it ' id not been furnished. SCKATCHED FOR 40 YEARS C d D. D. D. Six Months All Itch Ing Gone. This is the actual experience of Anne Croman, Santa Rosa, Cal.,1 with the wonderful D. D. D. Prescription. D. D. D. 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Notice of Street Implement To' whom It may concern: Notice Is hereby, given that in pursuance of a resolution adopted by the Common Council of thj City of La Grande, Oregon, on the 1st day of February. 1911. creating Improvement District No. 81, and designating S' avenue, as such district, and In pursuance of a resolution adopted by said Common Council on the 1st day of February, 1911, whoreby said Council determin ed and declared Its intention to im prove all that portion of "S" Avenue, In saht Improvement district sa here inafter described, by laying thereon the south side,' a board sidewalk, the Council will, ten days after thy ser vice of .this notice upon the owners of the property affected and benefit ted by such Improvement, order that said above described Improvement be made; that the boundaries of said dis trict to be so improved are as fol lows. ... '. All that portion of "S" avenue, from the east side of Monroe avenue to the west elda of Spruce street (A) 'And the property affected Plumbing and Heatin or 5 John Melville 1428 Adams Avi LA GRANDE, - ORE Complete Equipment lor Resetting ann Repairing Y ... Rubber Buggy Tires ' LA GRANDE IRON WORKS . i D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor . COMPLETE. MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY - JUST Shining Parlors, Cigars, Tobacco, Fresh Fruit, Candy, 241 Depot Street Iiial Mining Investments ... ' - v '-iOi General Informa tion regarding the Famous WaHowa Valley .V . . Correspondence Invited bowman & cb. Joseph, Ore. or benefitted by 6aid improvement U as follows: The north half of blocks 14$ and 149 Chaplin's Addition to the Town of La Grande, Oregon. Notice is hereby furtner given that th Council w ill levy a special assess ment on all the property affected and benefitted by such Improvement for the purpose of paying for such Im provement. That the estimated cost of such improvement la the) sum of $130 That the Council wll Ion th-s 15th day ofM arch, 1911, meet at the Council chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. to consider, said, estimated cost, ani'. the levy of said assessment, when a hearing will be granted to any person feeling aggrieved by such assessment. La Grande, Oregon, February 20th, 1311. CITY COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE i ' OREGON M. ' .. By C. M. HUMPHREYS, Recorder of the City of La Grande. .' Oregon. V 1 1 LET US DYE FOR TOU. In fact the only way we lire is by dyeing. Don't dye yonrsejf. It's better than dyeing yourself. WE DIE ETERX DAI AND DIE FOR ALL . .Onr charge for dyeing for yon won't be hglh. A sample Job is sufficient For best dyeing and cleaning have ns do It. . ELITE CLEANING & DIE WORKS, Phone Main 61. OPENED Fresh Popcorn ' La Grande, Oregon state- 06 , i 'i 1 ft i i t t t 'I :-i : 't 'I I and may be given m confidently to a hub; a to an adit, bold by all devlers. ........ I V .