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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911.
. tice of Impounded Stck.
'.. Notice is hereby given that on the
15th day of September, 1911, 1 took un
while running at large in the city of
La Grande, union county, Oregon, the
following described animal, towit:
One aged bay horae, fifteen hands
and three inches high, weight about
1125 pounds, branded with a W, with
no shoes-on, had bell on at time of
That I impounded said animal in ttie
city pound of the city of La Grande,
Oregon, ' under and by virtue , of an
ordinance thereof, and will) unless the
owner claims and pays the costs of
keeping and Impounding said animals,
at the expiration of ten (10) days from
this notice, I will advertise and sell
. said animal as provided by the ordi
nance of the city of La Grane, Ore
gon. : . ' ' . "
. Done and dated at La Grande, Un
ion county,. Oregon, this 18th day of
J. W. WALDEN,
Chief, of Police of the Ciy of La
Grande, Oregon. .'
Few, If any, medicines, nave met
with the unform success that has at
tended the use of Ci?.mberlain's Colic,
Chojera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
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rhoea which It has effected in almost
every neighborhood have given it a
wide reputation.' For sale by all deal
ers. " eod
FMTEKNAL ORDERS OF LA
4$ Q & $b$8$$$$588
L V. ft A. M.L "nil- vxj1(8o No.
. 41, J F. & A. M. u ' -:a. meet
ings first and third Saturdays, at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. L M. HOYT, W. M.'
L C. WILLIAMS. Secretar-.
B. P. 0. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
. o'clock in Kile's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend. ' ;
. H. 3. BITTER, Ex. Kui
H. E. COOLIDGE, Rec. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. 6. W
. meets every second and fourth Sat
- urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
mebers welcome. -
. D. FITZGERALD, C. C.
J. H. KEENEY. Clerk. -
If. W.' A-La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets everf Monday in the month at
ths I. O. O. F. ball. All visiting
' neighbors are cordially- Invited to
' E. E. DANIELS,
I ED. HEATH. Clerk.
IvEEEKAHS Crystal Lodtfe No. W
meets every Tuesday evening in tht
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
bers are invited to attend.
.'. MISS HELEN MCLAUGHLIN, N. G.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Bee.
KNIGHTS OF, PYTHIAS Red Crow
Lodge No. 27 meats every Monday
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welome to all vlsltinj
JESS PAUL; C. C
, R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. 8.
O. E. B. Hope Chapter No. 13, O. B
C. holHR stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays ot
each month. Visiting members cor
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' MARY A. WARWICK, Sec
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Mlss'ttJnttejiay Morgan who pleased I urge atidffnce ut the Steward last nlc
lit and apKHrg throughout the week.
ARE ENV ED
COURTNEY MORGAN 1V0MEN WEAR
,-"Th Flower of the Ranch," the
first attractiou,. Rooked for the Seat-.
', "tie this season, camelo'twwa..j;e&ti3r
. day and won O. K. verdicts from two
good houses. Manager Ed. Drew's of
fering, this week is radically different
fron the g neral run of musical com
edies'in that through its three acts
run soim thing that really makes a
noise like a story. As a matter of
fact, were the music eliminated en-
Flrst Night Villi Liked-Scencry
Good Big Houses Assured.
Pleasing a large audience in every
respect and generally conceded to be
the best stock company seen in La
Grande In many a day, the Courteney
Morgan troupe last night opened a
week's engagement at the Steward.
"A Women of Mystery"' was the vehi
cle In which the star and her assist
ants made their debut to the La
Grandetheatre goers and they all did
it well. The Steward was well crowd
ed with an appreciative audience.
Gowns Especially Fine.
The striking feature of the company
Js the line of elegant gowns worn by
the women, and the excellent scenery.
There is nothing cheap or gaudy about
the concern and it Is believied a big
run of houses will greet their appear
ances this week.
J -a a N
SEATTLE LIKES SnOW.
"Flower of the Ranch" Well Taken at
. , Seattle by Thpsfc Goers.
What th Seattle Times of Monday,
Sept. 4th, says of Joseph E. Howard's
tuneful musical comedy, "The Flower
of the Ranch ' This will be good
nws to local theatre goers for this Is
the opening attraction at Steward's
opera house, Tuesday, October 3rd.
Jess Harr is eoni'dian In "The Flow
er of the dSaiich.'V .
Nobody from Starland." . ,
While the scenic dre'sslng of the Se
attle's attraction Is not calculated to
caus; Imevta sjun around In circles
and rave about it, this fnembera of.,thj
chorus are, for when it comes to pul
chritudinous presence, high grade en
semble work In chorus and graceful
dancing, they will measure up to many
a musical comedy company that has
passed through here and demanded
several times as much money for the
privilege of listening to them warbl
and watching them cavort. Another
pleasing feature to observe Is that the
male members of the cast and a cho
rus man is generally the- ultimate em
bodiment of general cussedness of ap
pearances are cleancut chaps with
voices that blend! effectively in har
mony. "The Flower of the Ranch'
though featureing Mable de Norden
dorf to a certain extent as prima don
no, is not a production in which solo
ists loom big; in fact. It's the chorus
work that gets across.
If you knew of the real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back
soreness of the muscles, sprains am
rheumatic pains, you would never
wish to be without It. For sale by
all dealers, i sod
tlrely from it and s veral of its situ
ations, which now depend on melody,
built up a bit, it would be able to
stand the gaff of criticism.
Curiously enough, "The Flower of
the Ranch" books, lyrics and muBic
is by Joseph E. Howard. This makes
two musical c omeilies with music fur
nished by Howard, playing the que:n
city this week, for ttw prolific com
poser also. wrote the score of "Miss
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