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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1911)
LA GRAivDE EVEXETG GLSEHYER,
TUESDAY, STTPTETXDEK 2C, ISIT.
I U-J 1.4 O
X powerful story of Napoleon's
time. A scorned woman fights a
duel with her untrue husband
jnd as he dies with her sword
thrust, she tears the mask from
her (ace. ' " ...
-The Soul of the Violin" . ..."
Telling how the pleading tones
husband. It is a beautiful story,
of a violin recall a wandering
"A Friendly Marriage" ......
i. i. Vltagraph
An American girl 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 vltagraph. : r '
Illustrated Song "She Was a
Qrand la Lauj," uu l
Miss Garrlck Matinees
Mr. Ferrin Evenings
WE'VE ALWAYS GOT IT.
By A. S. Johnson.
Don'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 tor fresk eastern oy-
fiter8, . . - . -i9-tf
You'l see .attright if Heacock fits
your glasses. " 9-25-tf
The ladles of the Altar society of
the Catholic church will give a chick
en pie dinner on Saturday, Sept. 30.
during the fair week.
of P. hall. Remember date and plaoe.
Wood, any quantity; Thone Main
706, Water-Stanchfirld" Produce Co. '
$2.00 for $3.00 to 11.50 shopping
bags for two days only. Any bag In
our show wimlow
best made bags and purchases a:
Sllverthorn's family drug store,
: . --,r;9-26-2t ' -
6pace.occupld. The agricultural, live
t stock, mining, pottery, milling and
other industries of the state are "well
represented among the exhibits. The
exposition will continue for a period
of three weeks. Friday of this week
Is to be one-of -ihe- big days of the
Hill of St Paul
Northern Pacific road will deliver addresses.
These ana all the fair, when James J,
-.. LOCALS $
Elegant lot shopping bags, late pat
ternsaway below what we paid for
them at the factory. These prices for
$1.00 bags for . . . J.f '., -,o
1.50 bags for .95
2.00 bags for 1.00
2.50 bags for . ... .... . . J 1,13
3.00 bags for ". ....... . . . . . ..... X,
3.50 bags for ..... ......... 1.73
4.00 bags for 1.93
SILVERTHORN'S DRUG STORE. ,
A pair of Heacock's glasses glv:s
Instant relief from beadacln. 9-2-tf
.Mrs. -H. R. McDonald wishes to an
nounce that she will reopen hr clasi
In music at her own home, 1616 Sixth
street, October first. Arrangement
for pupils cpn be made" by calling
phone K'3d 3842. 9-20-6t
H. T. Love, Jeweler, l212,4 Adams a v..
Pendlelon Bus:ness College opens
Sept. , 5. A large enrollment Is an
ticipated. Ten per cent discount will
be- given to pupils enrolling before
f r. Posey, Specialist for Eye, Ear, 1 September 20. Graduates' assisted to
lose, Throat diseases and catarrh. I t00 : positions.. M. L. Clancy, B. A:,
Orer Selderg store. Eyes fitted with h principal ' v
tissues. Hours 9 . to
(and 7 to 8 p.'m.
11:30; 1:30 to '
Electric and steam twths.
C Combs, 1620 Sixth street.
t - ' ' ' '"- '
NOTICE Positively no hunting on the
land belonging to Walter M. Pierce.
Please do not ask for permission
..Th!s is the time of ysar when ev
trvone should consider remodeling
"BEATING AND PLUMBING JOBS.
Bradley & Co. has a crew of first
class plumbers, steam and hot water
Utters at all times ready to do work
latisfactorlly. Come in and unload
your troubles to ' ' ' .
BRADLEY & CO,
Phone Black'971. Elm Street. ; .
Heacock glasses lit
'" Heacock does nothing but test eyes
and fit glasses. ;; 9-23-tf
Fresh Shipment "
saur kraut and pickles
Grande .EondcMeat Co.- Both mar-
Made Just Right;
NO IMITATION FLAVORS
All LzMdinj Confectioners
Sell Them Y"
Heacock grinds all his glass s.
Prof. F. J. Freenor, magnetlc healer.
Not bypnollsm, drugs or mental work.
Positive permanent results from first
treatment 1417 Adams avenue. Phone
Main 724. ' ' V ,"n,
Inter State Audit Co V
Portland, Ore., are authorized to make
any collection for Al Andrews. 9-25-tf
JHKJjw chapter No. 13, O. E. S., will
glvei a reception to the grand marshal,
Mrs Dora B.. Schllke and the drill
team on Wednesday evening,- Sept. 27.
The, worthy grand matron, Mrs. Paul
ine Moore Riley, will ba present. A
banquet will follow the reception. All
members and visiting members are
cordially Invited. 9-26-2t
The cafeteria di-ner given by the
Presbyterian Aid society is going to
bj .the place to sacuna a good hot
meal. (Remember date and place: Frl-'
day, Sept. 29th, in k. of P. hall.
TRAMP'S FOOT CKUSIim
Iassenper Train Injures Tramp Op
eration Follows at HospltaL
Just Received a New Car cf
We also carry a full line cf
Hardware and Building Material
W. H. BOHNENKAMP CO.
v 4 8
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L. H. Russell went to Portland thl?
morning on lumb.r business.' '
Aftor a night of Intense suffering I
Wlllliim Province, lately of Seattle, j
but originally from Texas, lies at the'.
Gran6 Ronde hospital today In a sat-j
isfactory Condition with one foot am-J
putated as the result of an accident
at the local depot last night. Trying
to "beat' his way, Province was
caught In some way while climbing on ;
to the "rods" and one foot wa3 run
weather to bring out the voters one of
the heaviest votes in the history of the
county is being polled in the mayoral
ty primaries today. . The McCarthy
vote is cut heavy and Rolph Is a fav
orite over the pres:nt mayor.
How's This I
Elks to Baker Sunday.
over and he was otherwise badly hurt. . ' (Baker Democrat)
Drs. Bacon and Hall amputated the j Tlie Grande Em ba8eball team
crushed foot at the hospital later on. wI1, p,ay thelr longl deferred game
His family resides at Ennarrilla, Tex- wlth the ,0Ml ant,ered herd Jn th,
as. and they have bosn notified. ' city n-xt Sunday,
v Province was trying to get out . of . The UnIon county men wre wJn.
town on No. 18 and the accident oc- ner9 ln the first contest, but accord-rr--
viw nf many suecta-., tn th .tnMtVmmt- u w nm hv
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cochrane of
Union are guests in thj city, today.
i TOWKfTiri'T I.AWMAKF.RS OIIT
Mayor L. A. Wright Is over from ", : ' '
Vnlon today on business matters. ,RcnH, Iiiwte and RPferpndum Kill
ed by Legislature.
Hartford, Conn., S.pt. 26. The Con
necticut legislature adjourned sine
die today. The progressives declare
t the session made a poor record. It
j defeated tha worklngnien'g compensa
tion, home rule for cittes, the Initia
tive, referendum and the recall. It
Is charged money was used to emascu
late the public utilities measure which
passed. ,.' .' '
the help of "ringers." The visitors
are going to Boise to play the lodge
at that place on Monday. Whoever
wins, lots' of fun Is assured and u
big crowd should see the game Sun
K. Hassan Ben Abdlc, the Morocco
lion-Jawed wonder Is a guest at the
Savoy this week. , . ',);' t. : I
Superintendent William Bollons
was in La Grande this morning on
business matters for the O.-W.'
' Water Superintendent George T. 1
Cochran accompanied by his son, Mab- j
ter Samuel, went to Pendl.tan today !
on official business. " ' ,'
'Frisco Vote Is Heavy. "
San FVancisco. Sept. 26. With good
Atlanta to Vote on Commission Plan.
Atlanta. Gol, Sept. 26 Whether At
lanta shall adopt the commission form
of government or continue to be gov
erned under the existing plan will be
decided by the voters at a special elec
tion tomorrow. The campaign which
closed today has been one of the most
spirited In the history of the city.
Both thi9 advocates and opponents of
the proposed change express confi
dence In the result of the decision '
. -The beautiful weather and the fine
boating made It quite . enjoyable for '
a number of pcpple jat the park St:i J
"- rday aftvrnoon.... ; , 'i ; ;., :
J.iltdriyfi'nd Mrs. Jess s'imhioris--
took their departure thi3 morning fov ff
California, where they will be -turn
pOrarlly located. : V . .
ONE WEEK BEGINNING!
J. W, Earls Is reported sinking again
and Is in a much worse condition than
during, the past few days. He has been
suffering many w;eks. ''
Mrs. Carlock's piano studio Is now
orien fpr pupils in the Mahaffey build
ing. - 9-23-3t
The guild of the St. Peters' church
will conduct & cooked food sale next
Saturday at the Russell meat market
The Catholic ladles will serve - a
chicken dinner next Saturday at the
I. O. O. F. hall. ..
I. W. Faulk went. to Portland last
night with Wesley McCrary who has
been, committed to an Industrial
school near Portland. r- . ; , i
Prof. H. R. Cox of the agricultural1
department at the O. A. C; Corvallls,
arrived this morning and is spending
tne aay nre wnn irienas. , t
F. S. Bramwell, general manager
the Amalgamated Sugar . company,
spent' the past few days in Portland
and returned this morning. '
siiicp nnimTCMnv wnnnA
ifiioo uuun c unm
AND ilEB ASSOCIATE PLATERS IN A REPERT0IB
:y:.-i- EXTRA 0 BI)I ' A E KI E - - .
WTe offir One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that caa
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHEXEY & CO., Toledo, O
, We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations mad
by his firm.
WALDING. Kl.VXAX & CO..
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of .the syst;mv
Testimonials sent free' Price 75 cents
per bottle. , Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. .- . .
Tus Thrs Sat wkly f -
OPENS WIT II
A WOMAN OF MYSTERY"
Prices, 10, 20 and 30 Cents,
at Van Buren's. Seau on Sale Saturday
Pens ' ' ':
Eviery time we sell a fountain
pen, which In fact Is many t!me3
a week,, we can assure you that
It gives us as much pleasure as'
It does the customer, for we
have never been able I' to find
pen that gives such uniform sat
IsfactlOn and high quality ser
vice at all times as does ,
: If you are skeptical about
fountain pens, Bb;p in today and
let us demonstrate one to you.
The price? Oh! fi'.CO and up;
fright Drug Co.
The Presbyterian Aid society will
serve a cafeteria dinher on Union and
Cove day Friday Sept. 29th, In the K.
STEWARD'S OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday Night Oct. 3
The Opening of the Season. The Fascinating
' .A MusicslCom
BY JOSEPH E. HOWARD, COMPOSER OF :
"THE STUBBORN CINDERELLA," "THE HONEVM0ON TRAIL,"
"THE GODDESS OF. LIBERTY," "MISS NOBODY FROM 8TAI2LAND
AND A SCORE OF OTHERS. ' ' ;
Clever Cast, Beauty Chorus Singing, Dancing, Show
Girls and "Ponies" , .
200 NIGHTS IN NEW YORKf SLX MONTHS IN CHICAGOl TRAVEL
1NG IN TWO SPECUL CARS. SONE SO PRETTY AS THIS WEST
ERN GIRL SHOW. - " f-' ' ' ' - v""'1 -:-
PRICES $1X0) $1JW 75 AND lOe. SEATS READY SUNDAY A. M.
TAN. BUREN'S NEWS STAND : V
V. C. F.rlchoux, proprietor of the Sa-i
voy hotel at La Grande, spent Sunday
ln Pendleton and was a guest at th-V
Bowman.-r-Pendleton Live Win.'
Rev. Alonzo Caslett of Cove was in
town purchasing a complete outfit for
the new Methodist parsonaga yester
day. They bought of Adcook & FrittB.
Mrs. Dunham Wright of Cove is
staying In the city and taking adjust
ments of O. F. Darland, the chiroprac
tor. ' She Is stopping with her old
friend, Mrs. M A. Harris. . . '
Miss Alta Chambirs, librarian of
the Carnegie library at Walla Walla j
for several years, and who has been ,
visiting her sister. -Mrs. Frank Phy j
of this city a few days, left today for j
New York where she will devote"- a j
year'a study to library affairs. ' j
H. W. Fish of Prosser, Wash., Will
Kiltner, Alicel, F. D. Rinehart, of Jo-;
seph; -E. Hogoboora, Joseph', Fred
Rhoades, The Dalles; Jay Dobbin,
wife and daughter and George D. Kal
set of Portland are among the guests
at the Savoy yesterday and this morn
ing, v- , ',
North Dakota's Exposition.
Bismarck, J. D., Sept. 26. Follow
ing months of preparation North Da
kota's big Industrial exposition was
opened here, today with practically (
fvery callable foot of exhibition
EASTERN OREGON'S GREATEST? FAIR
n n a w
. Seventh Annual Fair of the
Give yourself the pleasure of attending a Good
Fashioned Gountry Fiir
Where Something's Doing Every Minute
UNION COUNTY DAY
Special reduced rates of fare, tickets good from Sept. 30 to October 9th. Special train from La Grande and
intermediate points., .