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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSEKVEli, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1911
A feature program; of
THE HIGHEST CLASS
New York State Barge Ca
; ThlB is a marvelous picture
of great educational value. The
massive construction machin
ery seems to act as though it
were Jtself iillve and endowed
with Intelligence. ,
"The Medicine Woman" .Pa the
"A beautiful story of Indian
mysteries and beliefs. The
Feathers of Life and Death 'are
The Second Honeymoon" . . ,
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A comedy of naturally funny
complications that are laugh-,
able in the extreme. Mr. Maur
Ice Costello has a great part in
this comedy. . ,
Miss Garrlck and Mr. Ferrln
will sing in spotlight: "You
Can't Be a Friend to Every
body." ; ', .,
It's as good as "Billy." ,
Mus'cal Director Chas. E. King
3 1 treatment UK Adams ttenne. Phone
ffloia 724. i-mo
Angus Stewart has been authorized
to collect and receipt for accounts
against Hewitt, the Jeweler formerly
in business her. Mr. Stewart can
be seen at the Peare jewelry store.
Steam and electric baths given at
your homes.- Mrs. O. C. Combs.
BOY WANTED Fam-Us-King Cigar
j Factory. ' ' . ; '"
Gasoline wood saw. Phone black
3851. J. A. OLIVER.
-Mr. Beaver, of Montana, has pur-
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9 1 flranrtn
The M. E. Ladles. Aid will hold a
rummage sale Friday and Saturday,
October 20 and 21 in the building now
occupied by the Grand Union Tea
company on Fir street. 10-17-3t
V ," LOCALS
H. T. Love, Jeweler, 1212 Adams av.,
Or. 'Posey, Specialist for Eye, Ear,
Jtne, Throat diseases and catarrh,
titer Seldcrs store. Eyes fitted with
trlniN4. lfnnri to 11:80; 1:30 to
fc uiiii to p. hi. ,
Prof. F. J. Freenor, magnetic healer.
Kot hypnotism, dings' or mental work.
Positive permanent results, from first
. A Goetf Position
Can be had by ambitious young men
and women in the field of "Wireless
or railway telegraphy.' Since , the 8-
uuui (yw owuuie euecuve, and since
the wireless companies are establish
ing stations throughout the country
there is a great shortage of telegraph
Positions pay beginnings from. $70
to S90 per month with good chances of
advancement! The National Telegraph
Institute of Portland, Oregon, operates
under the supervision of railroad and
wireless officials, and places all grad
uates' into' positions.
It will pay you to write them for full
details. . . ; 10-19-U"
Mrs. J.. P. Rusk is spending the day i
at Hot Lake.
Mac Wood, manager of the Golden
Rule company, arrived home from a
Portland visit this mornlg. '
Miss Olive ChilderB, captain In the
Salvation Army ranks, has gone to J
Couer d'Alene where she takes charge 1
of the department there. , I
ChiM Accountant Taylor of the
Eastern Oregon Light and Power com- 1
pany.' was here this morning on com-,
pany business returning on the de
layed train. , j
P. Rogel of North Powder, George
Ackley of Telocaset, C. N. Rogers of
Freewater and G. S Bryant of Cove
were some of the guests at the sav;
last night. 5 V
Thomas J. William, formerly . city
clerk of East St. Louis and Will Wil
liam, of St. Louis, are here visiting
with S. M. Slough and G. C. William,
both of whom are in the real estate
Dr. Brown, ' for several months a
prominent dentist In tills city, in com
pany with Dr. Stephenson, will lo
cate permanently In Elgin. While
here Dr. and Mrs. Brown have made
many warm friends. ;
To the Ladies. .V.
Mrs. C. H. Whitney of Baker, face
specialist and manufacturer of toilet
articles, will be in La Grande, on
Thursday, the 19th,, and may be found
at No. 1407 T avenue. Moles and su
perfluous hirs removed by electrtc
process. Phone No. 3492 Black. '
, 10-19-tt ,'
D. S. Carter, Nevada, Mo., J. C,
Harris, Salt Lake, L. G. Peterson,
Puyallup, and Mrs, X. G. Pkard of
Moscow, Ida., I. W. Scott and T. ,B
Cook of Pittf burg,, Pa., John Jones of
Boise were some of the Foley guests
last night ' "'
.This Is the time of year when' W
eryone should consider remodeling
their - ' . ' - " '"'
HEATING AND PEtMBlG JOBS.
Bradley & Co. has a crewof first
class plumbers, steam and hot water
fitters at all times ready to do work
satisfactorily.1 Come In ;and unload
your troubles to ,
Phone Black 971. EM Street.
FEED ELSOX DEAD.'
Aftr Lingriny'lUness Death Comes
to Xison Home Today. ..
Fred Nelson, aged 31 years, died
this afternoon at 1:10 o'clock after a
lingering; illness. He Was We son Of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson, 1605 Jef
ferson, and has made his home there.
He was single..'. The funeral will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock from the family residence.
OPEN SEASON FOR COUGHS
It is legal to have cough any time now but it is needless to let a
coifgh get a hold on you and set up chronic conditions. .'...
Start right by curing every cough promptly with our ,
Blue Mountain Cough Remedy
This Is a healing soothing remedy , that., jcures qoughs when ordi
nary remedies fall. r.' Best household;' remedy, because equally effective,
for the coughs of young or bid; ; : : ' "'T" .;."' ' "' ;
WE GUARANTEE IT.
WRIGHT DRUG COM
Mrs. J. P. Thlesen today received
a message from Portland t
the death of Mrs. Klnzle, mother of
Mrs. John Shay, in Portland last night.
Mrs. Klnzle was for many years a
pioneer of this city. She" had been
ailing long and "Mrs. Shay was -called
(6 Portland a few days ago on ac
count of her illness.
Charles (Doc) Sanford left this
morning for Granite, Grant county,
where he will take charge of the Red
Boy plant of the . Eastern Oregon
Light and Power company, the larg
est of the companys Juice producers.
Doc's genial face has peered through
the cashier's window of the local of
fice of the ccmpany fcr a yearr more
and his promotion is well earned. He
will remain at the Interior station all
winter at least.
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We Do AH Kinds
Ask your friends what
kind of suits we make
A V. Andrews
RED TAPE IN PRAGUE.
While the Offiolala Wrangled the Mat
ter Settlad Itself.
A delightful story of tircumlocutlon
comes from Prague. One of the leust
Imposing of the bridge in the city,
the .Llebner Krucke, (innect ' tw
suburbs. Sroe time mho the toll cot
lector dlncovered ,'tlini - some rabhlt
bad Invaded the district nnd oncluded
ibat their burrowtns ruiptit threaten
the stability of the bridge, so be call
ed the burgomaster's nttention to the
matter. The burgomaster decided thai
it did not, come within hi province,
but be sent the representation to the
committee tnuuuplus the public slaugh
ter houses. The committee examined
the rabbits and found they were wild,
so tbey could do nothing, and, an It was
a close time the aid of the sportsman
could but be impressed. Still, they did
not" relieve them of their moral respon
The Prague oloughter house commit
tee In torn Informed the Stadtrntpree
stdium. but the matter was not within
It Jurisdiction. Yet J.he stability of
the bridge was beyond all things nee
essary. so the dosRler was sent to the
central authority for buildings. This
bodyent Into the mntter and con
cluded tbnt the water authority should
deal with the subject. But no; the
water board opined that It was for the
conservators of rivers, and this body
decided that rabbits could not be
brought within the domain of things
fluvial and that the burgomaster was
the right party to take action. The
dossier having completed the circle of
possible departmental travels, the bur
gomaster decided to act He appoint
ed a committee of investigation. The
committee went to the bridge In four
carriages, nnd then they learned that
the rabbits bad taken their departure
for some months. Munchner Nacn
Come in and look our
line over. It will pay
you if you are going
to need anJIover-
Our Prices Range from
$12.50 to $25.
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and Children's line of Overcoat
in all the latest shades and weaves are
made to fit, stylish and for wear. Our
prices range from $2.50 t $8.00 in
. children's; boys' prices range from $8.50
COME IN AND LOOK THE LINE
THE SAME QUALITY -:- PRICES LESS
i Sour Mixed,
Phone us your orders. Main 70.
Stageberg & Sandborg
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1 FJ. If you are looking for a place
';,';'..;;' v y:v? to get your ",' 1 .:;' ''..
WOOD AND ' i:V.
! yL '-tiv; ' (f go xouvikLEiM street;;'"
. -' , . M'llllttm Stradford, Prop.
Phoiie IVlain 6 Opposite Toney & Scrantom
1 ' ' 1 J 1 , Work Done on Short Notice.
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WILL PLEASE YOU
Your Money Back If It Fails
Produce Co., Main 706
Get Sponges Worth
, sYou are sureo here. Sponges seem high they aTe higher than
they once were. There's greater demand for good sponges than there
is production. , ;
. The profit on Sponges Is slight to dealers. The fact tbat it is
small has made us extremely careful In tur buying. We have learned
to buy sponges right by being careful. That Is why e can furulsn
our customers with considerable better goods for pike than can be
had elsewhere. We like to sell sponges even if the' profit is small.
We know the customer will be satisfied" and we find that satisfying '
customers stimulates trade greatly. ' . 1 . . '
Bath Sponges, Toilet Sponges,' Carriage Spotvges, Houseclean
lng Sponges and Sponges for every conceivable use are tn our stock. ',
Every sponge worth what Is asked for It. See our sponges and Judge
for yourself. '.'"
LA GRANDE, ORE.