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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1511.
arid Not Regrets
MD IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU THAT THERE ARE TWO PARTS TO
Revert purchase, what you expect and what you get. , be
SURE THE CLOTHING STORE WHICH PERMITS A SALESMAN TO
SELL YOU A SUIT YOU DON'T WANT, IS WORKING FOR ITS OWN
ATTRACTION AT STEWARD
Original Xw York Trooite Coming'
Agala the friend rushes o9 to get an- declared Its intention to Improve all
otaer baby and It is in the subsequent! tnat Prt,on of Adams avenue in said
complications incident to the arrival" Ascribed, by laying thereon cement
and rescue of this child that the com- walks on both sides, the council will,
plications take on an amazingly amus-' ten days after the service of this no
ine asDett. with never a aueeestion of tice upon the owners of the property
a letup. Throughout the entire three
acts the fun of 'Baby" is of the clau,
wholesome, cheerful sort, with never
the least bit of suggestlveness to mar
the enjoyment of the performance. "
Manager Brady has sent to this city
most of the company that played
"Baby Mine" In New York all of last
"Laugh and grow fat." This Is the
universal opinion of everybody who
has seen Wm. A. Brady's play of a
thousand laughs. "Baby Mln.e," the
product of Margaret Mayo'8 pen, which
will be seen here for the first t'rae at
the Steward opera house on Saturday,
j Oct. 21st. - v. m-. .
This Is just the sort of a play to
turn tears into laughter, and to iive
life a rosy hue so sayeth one of Eng
land's most famous critics, where
"Baby Mine" is now running at Sir
Charles Wyndham's Crlterlan theatre,
in London, and it should be borne In
mind, that over in Londontown, they
have uereioiore ueia a niruug preju
dice against plays of American manu
facture, so this superlative praise in
favor of "Baby Mine" Is all the more
The Story of the Play.
"Baby Mine," unlike many a so
called fun play, gets hold of the fun-
INTERESTS, NOT YOURS. THE AFTER IREORETS WILL BE YOURS,
TOO. THE AVERAGE CLOTHIER CANNOT CATER TO MANY MEN
OP MANY MINDS. HE ISN'T BIG ENOUGH. IF YOU BUY ADLER'S
COLLEGIAN CLOTHES YOU WILL GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU EX
PECT AND NO REGRETS. COME AND SEE WHAT WE AIRE SHOW
ING IN SUITS AND OVERCOATSFOR FALL AND WINTER.
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS
New Masonic Temple Dedicate.
Houghton, Mich., Oct. 18. The mag
nificent Masonic temple recently com
pleted in this city was dedicated in
"due form" today, the ceremonies be
ing more elaborate and imposing than
any before seen here. The principal
streets were decorated with flags and
Masonic emblems and hundreds of
members of the fraternity represent
ing lodges throughout the copper
country were In attendance. The ded
icatory services were conducted by
the Grande Lodge officers in accord
ance with the Masonic ritual. The ex
ercises were followed hv n nnhHo re
ception and Inspection of the new edifice.
Sun'ragists Outlier la Louisville.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 18. Prominent
wbman suffragists are already arriv
ing In considerable numbers and com-
tnlttfifi mpptine-a Bra hplnc hplri In
ny bone of its audience at the. very! . . . convenUo.
outset and proceeds to tickle it tor,two:. th Natlona, American Woman's
affected and bentfited by such lm
provement, order that said above de
scribed improvement be made; that
the boundaries of said district to be
so Improved are as follows:
All that portion of Adams, avenue
from the west curb line of First street,
to the east curb line of Oak stmt.
(A) And the property affected or
benefited by said Improvement Is as
Lots 1 and 16. block 3: lots 1 and 16.
block 6; lots 8 and 9, block 5; lots 8
and 9, 'block 4; Grandy't 2nd addition
to La Grande, Oregon.
Notice la hereby further given that
the council will levy a special assess
ment on all property affected and bene
fited by such Improvement for the
purpose of paying for such Improve-,
ment. That the estimated cost of such j
Improvement is the sum of $461.65.!
That the council will, on the 18th day
of October, 1911,- meet at the council
chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.,
chamber at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m.,
to consider said estimated cost, and the
levy of ald assessment, when a hear
ing will be granted to any person feel
ing aggrieved by such assessment.
La Grande, Oregon, October 4th,
1911.' . , w ..;..:... v...:.
t i t V COUNCIL OF LA GRANDE,
By C. M. HUMPHREYS.
Recorder of the City of La Grande,
TRY A JAR OF
FOR CAKE FROSTING, FILL.
IXG AXD ICIXG. EAT IT OX
HOT CAKES OR SPREAD OX
BREAD AXD BUTTER. 85e A
JAR. . . ": .
tPattison Bros, f
' rhone Black 81.
and a half hours, not moderately, nor
modestly, but boisterously and stren
uously, until the audience fairly. shouts
with glee.. A young married couple
are quarreling at the very beginning
of the performance. In a towering
rage, the young husband leaves the
house and remains away for three
months after which period the clever
young wife makes up her mind that
woman's Ingenuity should be suffi
cient to bring back her wandering bet
ter balf. The. wife consults a friend
who opines that the wife wire the ab
sent husband that he Is the proud
father of a lusty infant, and the friend
volunteers to hire a' baby for the oc
casion. A child Is secured for the
Suffrage association, which will be
formally opened here tomorrow. The
convention this year promises to be
the most notable in the history of the
equal rights movement. A fine array
of talent has been engaged to address
the various meetings, consisting o
prominent men and women who have
become, famous for their devotion and
labor1 along different .meg of human
activity. The Indications are that ev
ery state will be represented at the
convention. ' ' ;
NOTICE OF STREET 1MPR0VKMEXT
TO WHM IT MAY CONCERN: No
tlce is hereby given that In pursuance
nf a rponlntlnn nrinntari hv thA rom-
I -II .v. i. t -
. . ... . . i mull Ivjuuvij Ul itj ui ua vjri anuci
purpose, but the husband appears on 0regon on the 5th daof AuguBt m9
me scene sooner man expecieu, "no creating improvement district No.
even before the child is brought into
the house. In the meantime the real
mother of the baby is seized with re-
and designating Adams avenue as such
district, and In pursuance of a resolu
tlon adopted by said common council
on toe 6th day of September, isii
morse, and demands her child back, , thereby said council tietermlned and
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, Auto and regular stage connecttions to La Pine, Fort Rock, .Silver
Lake, Prlnevllle, Burns, Klamath Falls and other inland points
THE DIRECT, QUICK AND NATURAL EOUTE BETWEEN PORT.
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AfPrts Awful Tragedy.
I l3bely advice given Mrs. C. Wil-
oughby, of Marengo, yvls., (R. No. l)
revented a dreadful tragedy and sav
ed two lives. Doctors had said her
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ought and could do little to help her.
SVfter many remedies failed, her aunt
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The Idaho Junk House
AT BOISE, IDAHO
S. KOPPEL, Prop.
will pay you top prices for all kinds of metal and rubber. Special at
tention to consignment shipments; REFERENCE: BOISE CITY
Call on any O.-W. R. & N. Agent cr any Information desired, or ad-
WM. McMUIRRAY, .
General Passenger Agent PORTLAND, OREGON
If your eyes give you trou
ble have them examined and
properly fitted with glasaei
by a reliable optometrist and
the only attendance graduate
OLD STYLE xKRYPTOK optometrist in Union county.
The most modern methods only used.
If you have trouble glasses will not correct you will be told the prop
er course to pursue.
I make a specialty of fitting glasses.. W. M. Peare, graduate Northern
Illinois College of Opthamology, Chicago, with
J; H. PEARE, & SON.
La Grande's leading Jewelers and optometrists. Opposite IT. S. Land t
office. Broken lenses replaced In a few minutes. We grina our own
' ' '
The Crisp, Gool Weather
just now tells of the need of
a New Heater or Range.
We sell the famous Hartford Heater, for
coal or wood. ' The great Majestic Range,
its equal does not exist.
Anything a nd everything you want in
Hardware, Cutlery, Builders Goods, etc.
F L Li I Li Li
I A SCENE FROM "BABY MINE," A COMEDY COMING TO THE STEWARD
Complete Equipment lor Resetting ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
? l5. FITZGERALD; Proprietor .
COMPLETE. MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY