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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
jIONDAY, SKi iEI2ai--R 25,
"The Profligate" Se lis
powerful Btory of Napoleon's
time. A scorned woman fights a
duel with her untrue husband,
and as he dies with hei sword
thrust, she tears the mask from
her face. ; . V ,,
"The Soul of the Violin"
....'............. 1 Gaumont
Telling how; the pleading tones
husband. It is a beautiful story,
of a violin recall a wandering
"A Friendly Marriage" ..... ",
An American glrl of the west
marries an English lord. What
was at first a matter of money
and a title ripens into true love.'
It's splendidly enacted and 'It's
a Vitagraph. ; . , ' ;
Illustrated Song "4he Was a
: Grand Id Lady" sung bv .
Miss Garrtck ',7.1 ?.7,rMatlneWa' 9
Mr. Ferrin .....i... Evenings
WE'VE ALWAYS GOT IT.
; ' COME IN :
j LOCALS . ;
3.T. Love, Jeweler, 12124 Adams av..
Dr. Posey, Specialist for Eye, Ear,
lose, Throat diseases p4 CPtarrV
Oier Seldefg store. Eyes fitted wltb
losses. Hoars 9 to 11:30; 1:30 to
find 7 to 8 p. in.
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Electric and steam baths. . Mrs. 0.
C Combs, 1620 Sixth street.
Call Main 70 for. fresh eastern oy
sters. :,. ' ' ; ' 9-19-tf
NOTICE Positively no hunting on the
land belonging to Walter M, Pierce.
.This is the time of year when ev
eryone should consider remodeling
HEATING.AND PLUMBING JOBS.
Bradley & Co. has a crew of first
ctass plumbers, steam and. hot water
fitters at all times ready to do work
satisfactorily. Come In and unload
your troubles to ; - - ..
BRADLEY & CO,
Phone Black 971. Elm Street. i
' Chocolates x .
. .and Marsh mallows.
Made Just Right.
No Imitation Flavors.
All Leading Confectioners ".
STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
TuesdavMight, Oct. 3
The Opening of the Season. The Fascinating
BY JOSEPH E. H0WABB, COMPOSER OF
"THE STUBBORN CINDERELLA.' "THE HONEYMOON TRAIL,"
"THE GODDESS OF LIBERTY," "MISS NOBODY FROM STAIBLAND''
AND A SCORE OF OTHERS. ' r, ' .
ytA CIner Cast, B;anty Chorum, Singing, Dancing:, 8hw-.A'
HU u Girls and "Ponies" , ,
NIGHTS IN NEW YORK; SIX MONTHS IN CHICAGO; TRAYEL
'G IN TWO SPEOAL fAIBS. NONE. SO PRETTY AS THIS WEST
;.ERX GIRL SHOW. ' '"''..'' '' '' , :" ' ' : ' ' - ''
PRSCES $lJMt VMt 75e AND 60c. SEATS READY SUNDAY A. M.
- TAS BUREN'S NEWS STAND
Please do not ask for permission
By A. S. Johnson. 9-ll-3wk
Ion't trust your eyesight to some
one making the fitting of glasses a
sideline' Heacock does nothing but
fit glasses. , 9-25-tf
Mrs. Coombs has opened an electric
and steam bath parlor at 1620 Sixth
street and is ready to give treatments.
Call Main 70 for fresk eastern oy
sters. ' , 9.19.tf
You'll see all right if Heacock fits
your glasses. . 9-25-tf
The ladies of the 'Altar-society, of
:he Catholic church will give a chick
en pie dinner on Saturday, Sept, 3Q,
during the fair week.
Elegant lot shopping bags, late pat
ternsaway below what we paid for
them at the factory. These prices for
five days. ' :; ,
$1.00, bags for i..,;. .50
1.50 bags for . . . '. . . .... .'. . ' . , , .95
2.00 bags for,. . ... . . .......... , . l.(Mi
2.50 bags for .... . . , . . , . ,". . . . : . 1.1.1
3.00 bags for . .... 145
3.50 bags for .....V...;i.....i, I.7.1
4.00 bags for . .. IS):,
' SILVERTHORN'S DRUG STORE.
A pair of Heacock's glasses glvs
instant rslief from beadachs. 9-2",-tf
Mrs. H. R. McDonald wishrs to an
nounce that she will reopen hr clasi
in music at her own home, 1616 Sixth
3treet, October first.. Arrangements
for pupils cen be made by calling
phone R'2d 2842. , .' 9-20-6t
Pendle'on Business College opens
Sept. 5. A large enrollment is an
ticipated Ten-per cent discount wil'
be given to pupils enrolling - before
5jitemr 20 GrjidnMes. p.ssistefl f.
w positions. M. L Clancy. B. A.
Principal. . .
Heacock glasses fit ask anyone
, Heacock does nothing but test eye
and fit glasses. . 9-2-tf
of.saur kraut and. -pickles s at', th?
GrandevRonde' Meat Cru Both roar-
Heacock grinds all his glass.
. Trof. F. J. Freenor, magnetic healer.
Not hypnotism, dngs or mental work.
Positive permanent results from first
treatment. 1417 Adams avenue. Phone
Main 724! 1 1-mo
; Inter State Audit Co
Portland, Ore., are authorized to make
any coll3ction for Al Andrews, i 9-25-tf
Mrs. Carlock's piano tudio is now
open for pupils in the Mahaffey build
ing. , . :, -Z3-3t
' The guild of the St. Peters" church
will conduct a cooked food sale next
Saturday at the Kussell meat market
t The Catholic ladles will serve a
chicken dinner next Saturday'i' ilie
L O. 0. F. hall. v4;v i-ythit;-?
'" I; 1 1 11 11 ,i-s riiy .
Ths Harris art store is being equip
ped with a new glass front. ""
The Presbyterian Aid society will
serve a cafeteria dinner on Union and
Cove day Friday Sept. 29th, In the K.
of P. hall. Remember date and place.
The cafeteria dinner given by the
Presbyterian "Aid society is going to
be the place to secure a good hot
meal. Remember date and place: Fri
day. Sept.. 29th, In K. of P. hall.
f v v 4 Sr w P
' Jack O'Neil, ' traveling passeng:r
agent for the O.-W. is here today.'.
; James Ssnce, Oregon Journal rep
rtseMtativs, la staying at the Foley t3
day. :. ' ' '
County Judge and Mrs. J. C. Henry
wer; aker visltora over Sunay, mak
ing the trip in their automobile.
Raymond, the county prisoner oper
ated upon at the Grands Ronc'o hos
3'lal is reported resting easily today.
Kena.th Bart'.ett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. V. Bartlett, Is reported Im
proving rapidly from a critical attack
of typhoid. .1
Attorney John S. Hodgin leaves to
night for Pendleton wh re he has le
gal matters claiming his attention for
two ds. - . . . , j 1
" rjb'e Faradise, a barber of Faker,
passed through the, city this mornin?
on his-way to Joseph ' branch line
points. He has mining interests there.
Car Inspector N. Nelson has return
ed frem a month's layoff In which he
went to Astoria and then to California.
He reports Ftisco greatly alive to the
Panama opening exercises on October
4 when Pr sldent Taft will be on ha:id.
. E. S.; Walsh, lately of the Pacific
State Telephone company at Walla
Walla. tas arrived in La Grande to
accept a position as city manefer and
head accountant for the Hone Inde
p:nrt Telephene company here. He
Xs-lnv. oyer jjis o?ioe jiero Enl f -
make this his j)erman6fit headquarters.
With game bags well filled a prty
of La Grande acd Enterprise hunt rs
are again in civilization hRv5r,K 're
turned yes3rday from the brakes of
the Imnaha. Circuit Judge J. W.
Knowles of tlis city was among them
he returning home today, and others
w:re I. Vergere, E. J. Forsythe and .1.
Hass. Tw6 d,eer and two .t:ar wer?
the -fruit of .their' hunt; :..., .
BOY COMMITTED TO SfllOOL.
Wesler McCrary to Be Sent to Port
Innd School lor Boys and Girls.
County Judge Henry today commit
ted Wesley. McCrary to th? boys and
girls' school at Portland where he will
be kept until lie "bicomeg less "hilari
ous. He has been giving his mother
considerable trouble by running away
from home, It was polnt?d out to the
committing magistrate, and the younj
ster will be taken to Portland as a
rrs'Ult.,;. :-v- '
There -Was a Coolness. -:
Two fasblouUblc Phllndelpbia vromen
met in Chelsea one morning recently.
As they snook 'bands and stopped to
speak Mrs.! Brown said to Mrs. Jones.
"That's a beautiful hat you are wear
ing." . ,:,"
"Yes. my dear. Isn't It canning? And
I'm so glad you like It John gave me
the money, and I had U Imported from
Paris." ; 'y -' :' i '" .
' Next day little" ; Susie Brown was
playing with the Jones girl, and she
said. "My t mother says your mother
has an ugly old bat what Is her last
year's lid inade np new." ,
And when Mr. Brown and Mr. Jones
reached a mutual friend's, hoping to
spend the week end together, they
found a coolness between the fami
lies. Philadelphia Times.
: Hot Air as a Polisher.
Hot air Is nsed for polishing. The
articles , to be treated are placed In a
basket In n centrifugal machine driven
at a very high speed and beated air is
blown from a pipe through the basket
A high polish Is thus produced very
rapiuly. Nickel . plated articles that
have become tarnished are made bright
In a few minutes. Wet metal, fresh
from the bath, needs no preliminary
dying, for the current of air dries and
polishes it at the same momeut
"Has Tommie been a koixI boy nine
I've been out?" said the mother
"No, be hasn't" replied the fmher
"Did yon punish him?" '
"No," . ,
"Oh. yes, you did. pop: Don't you
remember you sanjr to me?" came
Urom the boy. Yontern Str.teRiiifo
, ' ' .Hard Luck 6'bnc. .
- "I don't like to ilatiMi hard i.v.a
stories, o ,tur ; ,
"That defends on whether tbpy are
remlulscem en or the preliminaries to
i::m to leoe oity
PARTEK I DISTRICT ATTOU
?iLS OFFICE RECENTLY.
Sickju-xs In Ca'afurnia Demands Ills
FifmoTaJ From Lj Grande.
Attorney J. Simmons, Junior mem
ber cf the firm of Ivanhoe & Simmons,
leaves shortly for California where
his brother is ill and where business
matter are calling him. He has not
madj any definite future plan but very
likely leav.s La Grande for goodJtr
torney Simmons came to La Grande
from Pioihe. 'Nevada and has been as
sociated with District AttoHey Ivan
'.10.3 for several months. Mr. Simmons
louht property, intending to locate
perman.ntly but the turn of events
calls him to. California. While here
he became popular with other mem
bers of the bar and others whom he
met. . . .' . ' '
S. 31. SLOI'GH BUYS SIGHTLY PROP
Former PnMfdty Xo.uay r Is In Ron!
, Es?t3 Business ovf. -
Thj "Tod" F.inehart property on
Pennsylvania avenue has been pur
chased by S. M. Slough, former pub
licity manager for the v Commercial
club who is now in the rial estate
business hero having bcught out the
Wilson agincy. Mr; Slough, haa had
a lease on the Rinehart property for
some time and converted the lease to
a r.T.1; th's morning. He is making hie
! jrre ti re.
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rs nspLY ri:i?ri, oce-
TRATED BEEF FLA YOB.
ITS ItELICIOrS, RICH BEEF
FLAVOR HAS FOUND FAR TO
EXCEL THAT OF THE HOME
USE IT FOR S01T, BROWN
S.IITE, GRIYY Olfi FOR
WARMING IP COLD MEATS.
For Sale By
' . '. ' II I I IN ,d,
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V ' Seventh Annual Fair of the
Wafiowa County '
. Faw Association)
Give yourself the pleasure of attending a Good
Old : Fashioned Country Fail
Where Something's Doing Everylinute
UNION COUNTY DAY oSiK'&i
Special reduced rates tjf'fare, tickets good from Sept 80 to October 9th. Special train from La Grande aa'd
. intermediate points. ' ; .
USE1 Li L
. We fso carry a full line of
Hardware and Buildinj Material
!i W. H. BOHNENKAPvlP- CO.
BASKETBALL MEN TO MEET.
Evrjotif) InU'rvfft'd In Snort for the
Comint? Wlnfr Invited to Atti.nd. '
AU basketball tossers who are ' z
terested in tin formation of a ci
team and tha promulgation of the
sport for this w'nter, are requeetsd to
inet at the Commercial club rooms
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All who are
interests as players or , friends of
the 'game ans invited to be present. -
Br Kirby ResUng Easllju.
Dr.' E. G. Kirby, "the filgin physician
who was seriously Injured Friday
eight by an accident near Elgin, Is
resting easily today, it Is reported.
The critical stage is not yet past how
Every time we sell a fountain
pen, which in fact Is many times
a week, w can assure you that
it gives us as much pleasure S3
It does the customer, for we
have never been abls to find 1
pen that gives such uniform sat
. Isfaction and high quality ser
vice at all times as doss
If you are skeptical about
fountain pens, stop In today and
let us demonstrate one to you. v
. The price? Oh! $1.50 and up.
Wright Drug Co.
a Ne7 Car ci
U Lis LL-J Ij . W
( : Not a Word' of Scandal
marred the call of a neighbor on Airs.
W. P. Spangh. of Manvillie, Wyo., who
said: . shen told me Dr. King's New
Life Pills had cured her, of. obstinate
kidney trouble, and made her feel like
a new woman." Easy but s una remedy
for stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Olny 25c at all druggists, eod wkiji
, No Need to Stop.Work.
When your doctors orders you to .
stop work, it stagger you.. "I can't,"
you say. You know you. are weak.,
run down and failing in tmalth .
by Jay, but you mus't work as long a
you can stand. What yoa need la
Electric Bitters to give tone, strength
and vigor to your system, to prevent
breakdown and build you up. Don't
be weak', sickly or ailing whn Else-,
trie Bitters will benefit you from ther
first dose. Thousands bless them for
their' glorious health and strength. Try
them. Every bottle is guaranteed ta.
satisfy. Only 50c at all druggists-.;',
eod & wkly ', ; , .
1 : (Trade Mark.)
Foreign and domrstic trees;
loses and shrubs.
We guarantee to give satis
faction.i. We. do not claim cue.
price to be lower than the low-'
est but claim the quality of the
'Stock is the highest attainable.
Therefore when comparing our
prices with others please bear
in mind thRt all trees are not
alike. Our main specialty lies
In satisfying a customer and fil
ling bis order with trees of the
moat excellent quality. Orders
large or small will receive-,
prompt Bnd careful attention at'
L VJ. HORNBECK 5 CO.
Grande Rondra Valley House
La Grande. - '
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