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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1911)
The Seven Principal Setting
They late la front
They support every vital or
?an. They are as comfortable git.
down as standing.
Thy are easily adjusted all
l plain sJght
They give the princess back,
following the most beautiful
line In nature, the spinal curve.
"They are filled with ELEC
TROBONE, unbreakable, and
They supply the correct fash,
lonable fipre for every worn,
au's form. For sale by .
Thonc Bltfck 1481 or Black 81
;J From the Middle and Eastern portions
f the United States and Canada to
3REGOX, WASHINKTON'.AND THE
will prevail DAILY
flARCHlOth to APRIL 10th
Faiiroad& Navigation Co.
and connections, the
regon Short Line, Union Pacific and
Chicago at $33.00
Stlouls at ......... $32.09
Omaha at . ,. .$2W0
SaiUs City at . ... ............ .$23.60
St Paul at ...s.. $25.00
and Irom other cities correspondingly
low. r '
You can PREPAY Fares '
-T4e Colonists fare are westbound
only, but if you have relatllves or
friends or employees in the east whom
you 'desire to bring to this state you
can .deposit the value of the fare
with your local railroad agent, and an
order for a ticket will be telegraphed
to any address desired.
let the WORLD Enow
Of our vost resources and splendid op
Call on the undersigned for good
Instructive matter to send East or
give him the address of those to whom
you would like to have such matter
General Passenger Agent
LET CS DYE FOR YOC.
In fact the only way we lire Is by
Eyeing. Don't dye yourself.
It's better than dyeing yourself.
WE DIE EYERY DAY
' AND DYE FOR ALL
Oar charge for dyeing for yon wont
,,e bglh. A sample Job Is sufficient
F' best dyeing and cleaning have oi
ELITE CLEAMSG DYE WORKS,
' fbone Mala 64.
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MEN WHO SHIPPED SCTT CASE
FROM HERE GUILTY,
SaM to Have Sent It by Express ana
Then Stole it Later. '
Alleged get-rlch-quick schemes ars
being ferreted out by a Pendkton jury
regarding the actions of a man nameu
N. Najjar who on December 5th, ship
ped from the La Grande express ot
fice a suit casi which he valued at
$1300, and then, it is said, stole th?
suit case at Athena, cleverly substi
tuting another suit case badly Blasheo
and cut to pieces. The case went to a
Pendkton Jury late last night after
a trial lasting two days. Local Express
Agent George M. Hibberd and "Jam
bo" the freight-baggage employe at
the local baggage employe at the locnl
baggage offlc? were the principal wit
nesses to attend the trial from th'i
city. ' - iXr-
Najjar shipped a suit case by-c:
press from" this city on December ,
and it is said that he shipped anoth
er suitcase into his trunk which ha
be n checked out from the local bag
gage off c to AM.--5. Tho cWss go
on to state that when the trunk reach
ed Athena he substituted cases, slasn
ing the empty on? and leaving It where
it might appear that It had been stol
by someone else, and hen he hlmseir
made away with the valuable case. Hr
was arrested by the express company
and his trial occured at Pendleton and
It Is unofficially reported today that
the Jury returned a vrrdict for the
company. . .
According to the accusations the
fellow planned a scheme to, co"l?c
$1300 from the company, even after
he had acquired possession of th sun
Ordinance Jfo. 514, Series 1911.
An ordinance authorizing the issu
ance on behalf of the City of La
Grande, Oregon, of addition Bewer
bonds for the purpose of completing
the sewer system now being construct
ed by said city.. , ,
Th? City of La Grande -does ordain
Section 1. For the purpose of com
pleting the construction of the pres
ent system of sewers In the City of
La Grande. Oregon, and pursuant to
authority conferred by th? Charter of
said City, and by a majority vote of
tne qualified electors of said City,
at an election duly called and regu
larly held, In said City, upon the
12th day of December, 1910, there
are hereby authorized to be Issued the
bonds of the City of La Grande, Ore
gon to the amount of Ten Thousand
dollars ($10,000). which said bonds
shall be dated January 1st. 1911. and
shall be In the denomination of one
thousand ($1,000.00) dollars each and
shall be known as Additional Sewer
Ronds. and shall he numbered from
one (1) to ten (10) both Inclusive.
Said bonds shall be slened by the
Mayor and countersigned bv the P--corder
of said City: shall h , dn
twenty (20) vears from the date there
of, and redeemable at anv tlm- aftw
ten (10) years: shall bear Interest.
t the rate of five nr rent (5 rer
cent) per annum, navable seml-nn-ruallv.'
as pyMonced h ennww
thwtn sttooV'rt: nd both rf'nrlnni
and interpst of said bonds shnll be
nivable at the office of the City Treas
urer, La Grande, Oregon, or at the
banking house of E. H.' Rollins &
Sons, in th City of Boston, Mass., at
the option of the holder. . ,
Section 2.; The bonds hereby auth
orized shall be substantially in the
No. ...... $1,000.00
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
STATE OP OREGON
, CITY OF LA GRANDE
' ADDITIONAL SEWER BOND .
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESF
PRESENTS. That the City of La
Grande in the County of Union and th
State of Orgon. acknowledges to owe
and for value received hereby orom
lses to pay the bearer the sum of ONE
THOUSAND DOT.LAFS lawful monev
of the United States of America on
th: first day of January, A. D.. 1931.
tnerther with Interest on said surri
from the date hereof until paid at the !
late of five '5 nor cert) rr cnti'n
ner annum, navable sml-annually on
the first "day of JanuT in1 jut", in
each year unon presentation an1 sur
render of the Interpst counons hereto i
attached as they severally become!
due. Both principal and interest of this
bond are hereby made payable at the
office of the City Treasurer, La Grande
Or gon, or at the banking house of E.
H. Rollins " & Sons In the City of
Boston. Massachusetts, at the option
of the. holder; and for the prompt
payment of this bond, both principal
and interest, the full faith and credit
of said City of La Grande are hereby
Irrevocably pledged. This bond Is re
deemable at the option of the City of
La Grande at any time after January
t. .1921. . , .
This bond is one of a series of like
tenor and is issued for the purpose
of completing the, sewer system now
under construction by said City, pur
suant to. and in full compliance with,
the charter of said city and under,
and In accordance with an ordinance
of said city duly passed, and author
ized by a majority of the qualified
voters at an election duly called and
regularly held for that purpose in
the City of La Grande, on the 12th
day of December, 1910. ; .
. And it is hsreby certified and recit
ed that all acts, conditions and things
required to be dona precedent to, and
!n the issuing "bf this bond necessary
to make the Bam lesal and yal'd have
been frop.ly dene. liappn4 and
been parformed in regular and due
form and time as required by law; ana
that the total indebtedness of. said
City of La Grande, .' including this
uouii, ooes not exceed the statutory or
' In testimony whereof, the City Coun
cil of the city of La Grande, Oregon,
has caused this bond to "be seal:d
with the corporate sea, signed by its
Mayor and countersigned by its Re
corder,, and caused the annexed in
terest coupons to be executed by the
fac-simlle signatures of said officers
this first day of January, 1911.
1 ' Mayor. .
Z' City Recorder.
: Coupon, " V
On the first day of January. " July.
19,..., the City of La Grande, in the
State of Oregon, promts. a to ,pay to
iht bearer the sum of twenty-five dol
lars ($25.00) lawful money of the Un
ited States of America at the o.Uce ol
the City Treasurer, La Grande, Cre
lOn, or at the Banking House of E.
H. Rollins & Sons in the City of Bos
ton, Massachusetts, at the option of
t.o holder, for semi-annual Interest
due that day on Its Additional Sewer
Bond, dated January 1, 1911, No... .. .
City Recorder. ;
Section 3. This ordinance shall be
In force f:om and after its passage
and approval by the Mayor and its.
Publication in one issue of the La :
Grande Eventng Observer. i
Pass.d the Council this 24th day
of February 1911. by 6 members vot
Approved this 25th day of February,
W. N. MONROE. President Council. !
Attcut. a M. HUMPHF.EYS.
Recoider of the. City of La Grande,;
' - ' Oregon.' . ',-
The vWit Comedy Hit.
Got anything unpleasant to do m
the next tew days pay a bill or
to your dentist? It you have, put it
cJT until after March 6th. Th?a
you won't mind. "S-ven Days'' will
be at the Steward that night,, and af
ter you have seen this Jolly comedy
you will be heedless of everything
disagreeable In the world. "S-ven
juays is guaranteed to oeget instan
taneous and perpetual Joy, merriment
that won't wear out and a smile that
won't come. off. '
"Complications never c ase in thi3
genuinely funny comedy," saidHama
ton'a magazine, "and as a result the
audience, is kept for three solid
hours gasping and roaring with real
Steward's Opera House, Monday, Mare
DIRECT FROM 2 YEARS AT THE ASTOR THEATRE, SEW YORK WITH ENTIRE BROADWAY CAST
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IS ARRIVING DAILY
$3,000 Worth of the choicest aiid
classiest Ladies' Goods arrived today
and another shipment is due tomorrow
Silk, Petticoats, Silk Waists, Silk Hosiery
and complete line of novelties, including every
thing from a hair pin to the finest braids, in
fact Everything for Ladies at Very Reasonable Prices
NOTHING OLD LEFT IN STOCI
w ; U ' . . By MARY ROBERTS RIENIIART au 4 AVERY HOPEWOOD. .
"A laughing wonder" -N. Y. Times. "Veritable conspiracy of run." N. Y.' World. "Too funny to be told,"
N. Y. Journal. "Screamingly tunny." N. Y. Tribune. "One long laugh." i-N. Y. Sun. ; v . . r
NOTE The audience is requested to be seated at the rise or the curtain as the action begins immediately
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1.00, and $1. 50. Seats on Sale Saturday