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LA GRANDE EVXIXG OBSERVER,
THURSDAY, 3IARCH 9, 1911
; TONIGHTS PROGRAM
March 7, 8, and 9.
The Reformed Criminal......
A' powerful dramatic Btory.
' story. Tha criminal, al
though put through all
' the terrors of the "third ,
degree' and "sweated" to
give his pal away, refus-.
es. His pal later becomes -;
a minister of the gospel
and reformation follows.
His First Commission... Edison
V A beautiful story of Presi
dent Lincoln and little
Tad. How they save the
. Easy Money '. . . . ....... .Lubin
Just see how it's made.
Will I Ever Come to This. Lubin
Mamma attends to. business
and her club while papa
attends to the1 washing
and other things. A fib
MIbs Nellie Grrlck will sin
-; wnen the Ivy Turns to Brown
Boys and girls sell twelve boxes or
"Toke One". Shoe Polish, 10c each".
' Make forty cents and get a nki foun
tain pen tree. A. WY Westby 129
Grand Ave. Portland, Oregon.
The Oregon will furnish first class
rooms and board at $25, $30 and jao
I?er month. No. 10 Depot street.
New Home sewing machines at
Newlln Book and Stationery company.
( eoked Footf Sale.
The Maccabees will conduct a cook
ed food sale Saturday, March 11, from
10 until 5 In the store building adjoin
ing the Bohnenkamp store. '
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Plymouth Roosters for Sale.'
A fine lot of Plymouth Rock roosters
can be purchased by calling on R. E.
Reynolds or 'phoning to Farmers 64.
"THE REASON WHY AT THEISIS.'
"Flicker" to Be Eliminated From the
Moving Pictures at Isls.
An innovatilon in the science of re
producing animated photography has
recently been adopted by Manager
Sherwood of the Isls theatre. One of
the objectionable features in the earl
ier days of photoplay was undoubted
ly the "flickering" of the reproduc
. tion on the screen. Another was the
lack of continuous "sharpened detail"
the pictures on the screen having a
cloudy and dim appearance.' These
two defects have been the cause of
much time and money being spent in
experiments with a view to ellminat
. Ing these objectionable features, for
such they are, causing, to many peo
ple, severe headaches and straining
of the optic nerres.
-While these costly experiments have
been Koine on for years, only a mod
el ate amount of success has attended
the efforts of those who sought a per
ffiMiv renroduced animated picture,
as most exhibitions even today afe
hampered by the old defects In diff tr
ent degrees. However, the latest in
vention of a French scientist has Just
been, adopted with absolue success..
By this device, or combination of de
vices, the absolute steadiness of the
picture Is assured and the ray of light
so Intensified that a perfect picture is
Mr. Sherwood has recently installed
the new device and ' patrons of his
" house have nothing but praise for the
high class reproduction whiA is
brought about by the innovation. No
doubt other houses will take up this
new idea and the Isls is to be con
gratulated on being the first In this
part of the country to adopt It.
With the patent "Radium" screen
which is used at this theatre the pub
lie are being well catered to in the
matter of hlghclass photoplay.
The programs are admittedly the
best ever nut on lu town and a con
tinuation of these methods of business
will bring the management the suc
cess which their efforts deserve.
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j ror aTcw uay5 we are viivmy
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See the World Renowns Lightning Artist,
MR. BURT, in our window, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2
;to 4 p. m. His work is wonderful, and he is said
to te theSqn?ckert Landscape or Scene Artist in the World
SAVE YOUR CASH SLIPS, AND WHEN YOU HAVE $5.00 WORTH, .WE WILL TAKE
THEM AND DELIVER TO YOU FREE OF CHARGE, A BEAUTIFUL' OIL .PAINTING, .14x22.
OR, IF YOU SAVE SLIPS REPRESENTING $10.00 IN CASH PURCHASES, YOU MAY HAVE
A PAINTING 22x36, OR TWO OF THE SMALLER ONES V ' v ! . .
OIL-PAINTINGS SHOULD BE FRAMED, AND WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF
FRAMES THAT FIT THESE SIZED PICTURED, "AND THE PIlICES FOR THEM WILL BE
FOUND LESS THAN YOU WILL BE ABLE TO GET THEM FOR AFTER THIS LOT IS GONE. ,
THESE PRICES, YOU WILL FIND, ARE NFARLY ONE-HALF CHEAPER THAN YOU
CAN GET THEM FOR ELSEWHERE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO HAVE YOUR PAINTING
FRAMED WHEN YOU GET IT.
Neat Gilt, wide moulding frame, 14x22, $1.10
Plain Gilt, fancy corner " 1.75
Oval Gilt, fancy border " " 1.48
Oval, natural finish ; 14x22, $1.48
Massive Gilt, fancy moulding 22x36,y 2.10
Wide,veryheavy " .gilt " " 3.50
SPRING MERCHANDISE it's just the season when you
wiil need Spring goods, and our stock was never more complete,
Buy it now and get OIL PAINTINGS FREE.
Suits, New Spring Styles
Just arrived. Thy are Beauties. 1 The narrowness of the Skirt, so Stylish this
Spring, is overcome by folding pleats, which gives the width, and at the same time
Die appearance of narrowness. , ! -
$12.00. POPULAR PRICED is what we figure on in all lines. Our Coats are
FodeJs of Beauty and the Latest Style, and at the same $ime, ' the ' Price is Within
Your Reach ' . ' - ' - v.;;.
1.50 SHIRT WAISTS. We are making this price a strong number for this sea
son in Embroidered and Tailored Waists. The assortment is good and you will find
Anything You May Desire in Our Line.
Silks and Foulards. The one piece dress is not only a practical garment, but as dressy
and stylish as anything m the Spring styles. : i .
14 n 11' F I seems" that the manufacturers in this line have done credit to themselves this
Jr Ho oi? o season, as the cheapest Ginghams and Percales are beautifully .gotten up. Style,
D R E 5 b L 5 make, and all, and are about as cheap as you can buy the material and make it up.
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WT f! A W " TT A P.TiT.V P.YPRF.SS THF. BEAUTY OF THE NEW SPRING ALL-OVERS, NETS V
AND IACES.- THE LINE WILL HAVE TO BE SEEN IN ORDER TO COMPREHEND ITS
TUT A flXTTTTTM A MT Pl A TTT V TM ALT. WTTiTW IN SUCH DEMAND ' FOR SPRING.
Overs and Bands all overs in all grades, from the 35-cent yoaking to the finest net for
Vv'AISTINGS AND TRIMMINGS
Specials in Men s Clothing---See Window Display
These are value: unequalled at any former effort. We wish to close out several numbers and
quote them as follows: ; '
$15.00 VALUES IN WORSTEDS AND ALL WOOL CASSIMERES 41089
$12 50 TO $13.50 VALUES IN WORSTEDS AND ALL WOOL CASSIMERES . . 4 9.37
$10.00 VALUES IN WORSTEDS AND ALL WOOL CASSIMERES ......... ..........$ 8.37
1000 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, SPECIAL VALUES .... $ 1.00
SPRING LINE IN SOFT COLLAR DRESS SHIRTS ......... . ..65 TO $ 2.50
MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS, ALL THE NEW SPRING STYLES.
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SEE BURT, THE LIGHTNING ARTIST, IN OUR WINDOW, AND AVAIL YOURSELF OF
THE OPPORTUNITY OF OUR SPECIAL PRICES AND GET A BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTING
FREE. THESE PICTURES WILL BE GIVEN THIS AND NEXT WEEK ONLY.
In our Bargair. Basement will be found a complete line of Gray Enamel Ware, almost as cheap as
common Tin Ware ,
Mrs. Pott's irons. Set
of three nickle-plated
and stand, a setyll
board, 35c aluelf
75 Foot No. 20 wire
clothes line . . . . 19c
THE GOLDEN RULE