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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1911)
PAGE 2 ' LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
Every shopping woman in La Grande and vicinity wiii rind our opening an opportunity to
to get acquainted with a real Variety Store and pick up some unusual values., Home goods at saving prices are
our specialty. Those mentioned below are but a suggestion of the many good things. You are cordially invited
tO COme, even if tO just look arOUnd. We Want yOU to See the New Store. Every Lady Vuitor will Receive a BeautifujJSouvenjr
tablet to be
We have a big assortment
but today we are offering
some mighty good -J
values at Sc and I vC
8 -QUART PRESERVE
KETTLE Gray Enamel,
first qualities, best O ttn
make. A saving to you, at
THE BIGGEST BARGAIN OF ALL
A Regular 75-Center
We are of f er
ing some to
day that are
not very often
sold as low as
Big Wicker Clothes Basket - 1 to a Person
LADIES' ALL BLACK
HOSE Big value, good
weight, firm, seamless
. I TURNER COMING
WILL BE SEEN IN FATHEB AND
jg ondiy night, March 27. Is Night for
Manager Steward announces the
next attraction for Monday night.
March 27 and Turner the popular
comedian in "Father and the Boys"
Is the number. Referring to this per
formance the Helena Dally Independ
.William H. Turner, supported by a
capable company, appeared last even
ing at the- Helena theatre In "Father
and the Boys" one of the most de
lightful comedies that George Ade has
written. Mr. Turner acquitted him
self with credit In playing the char
acter of "Father," which William H.
Crane created, but Mr. Turner plays It
far better than did Mr. Crane.
The play was presented here last
year by Mr. Crane, consequently the
story Is fairly well known. Mr. Tur
ner, for a number of years appeared
In the part of David Harum, which
gave him a national reputation as a
character-actor. His Interpretation of
the part of "Father" Is excellent All
of his, associates were quite up to the
standard, therefore the performance
in almost every particular was about
as good as Is generally seen by any
BUILDING BEER COOLER
I L RICH LOTTES PROVIDES STOR.
Overland Beer t Be Housed in Build
ing Being Equlpmd for It
A modern beer cooler, being built
by I'lrlch Lottes. is now under pro
cess of construction near the Fowler
I offices at the railroad yards and as
soon as completed, Nampa beer.
known as Overland, will be stored
there for cooling and storage purpos
es. The necessary machinery and ap-'
tiltnnpAfl thAt vn with ii.K a nsi1ap1
are being fitted in now.
In addition to the building of the
cooler Mr. Lottes Is Improving the
basement by the construction of ce
ment flooring and the Installation of
a hydraulic elevator.
The Arcade Program.
Captain Darnacle's Courtship Is an
other Vltagraph comedy, good, clean,
and up-to-date with our fat friend
who will be remembered as doing his
best to win the good grace of the "New
Stenographer" a short time ago.
A Decree of Destiny, a Biograph; a
strong dramatic story acted under
Eclipse On the Board of the Forest
The age of chivalry reasserts Itself In
this fine romance.
Canadian Iron Center, Port Arthur,
Ontario, Scenic, very instructive.
DEPUTT TO SUFFER KNIFE.
Deputy County Clerk Goes to Hot Lake
to Undergo Operation.
To undergo an operation, not parti
cularly delicate, In the intention today
of Forest Ivanboe, deputy county
clerk. Mr. Ivanhoe left this morning
for Hot Lake and will be operated up
on bi once, n epians to return in a
week's time and resume bis duties In
the clerk's office.
Per ill kinds of
MESSENGER AND DELIYEBY
Call Up The
and Delivery Co.
Alee la FoUy Building
rhones, Mala 709 Int
B. J. KE8LEB, MANAGER.