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LA GRANDE EVESlXd QX3ERVEl7, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1011.
MENACE TO FISH PfiOFOGATION 13
. TO BE REMOYED.
Deputy Game Warden Building One
ladder and Others Contemplated. '
Chas. B. Oral, the game warden tor
this district, la at the. Hall farm on
Catherine creek, aupertntending the
construction of fish ladder In the
dam owned by W. J. Townley. Thia
is the seventh ladder which was con
structed by Oral's work in thia dis
trict and anglers hope that he will fin
ish up the good work before he quits
the Job. It is reported that he was
In consultation with the district at
torney about the old Poye dam on
Catherine creek at what Is known as
the Robbins mill. It is hoped that
this old sore will be torn out of the
stream as it has been a menace to
the propogatlon of fish and of the mi
gration of fish for 30 years.
I Advertising I
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. RUSSELL SAW MILL No 2, first class
condition, 20-horse boiler and en
gine; everything complete, ready to
aet and saw lumber. You can't du
plicate for $2,800. Give some one a
bargain. Address Abe, care Obser-ver-
Ml I FETED
LA GEAXDE CONTINGENT PAKTI-
CIPATE IX 1TX.
Williamson, Grady and HeInIe Aid
Eugene, Nov. 22. (Special) Last
Friday evening the annual "Vrh.
man Smoker." given to the men of
the Freshman class took place at the
Kappa Sigma fraternity house and
proved to be a most enjoyable affair.
All the La Grande "Fresch" attended
in a body, and many took part In the
"stunts" Bhat were pulled oft. Henry
Heidenreich and Lowell . Williamson
met in a three round fistic combat,
Harold Grady boxed a three round
bout, and Broadbridge and'Tom Boy
len of Pendleton also pulled off a
three round stunt ' In the latter part
of the evening a vaudeville team was
brought from one of the show houses
to furnish " entertainment for the
crowd." " ' ?
UK DILL IS III TOWN
PREMIER SMILE MAKER IS NOW
Presents "The Rich Mr. Hoggenhelro,
WANTED Position as housekeep
er in country. Have little girl. No
good offer refused. Address P. L.,
FOR SALE. 321 acres of land 6 3-4
miles south of La Grande on good
county road. Fenced and partly Im
proved. There is enough wood and
timber on the place to pay for same.
Part cash. .Thia Is a snap and must
be sold. Price $2,650. ' Inquire at
FOR SALE About 100 gallons cider
vinegar. Inquire Mrs. John Orvis.
FOR RENT Single and housekeeping
r-ooms. 1914 Third st.-eot.
FOR RENT Modern furnished front
room. Inquire 1208 Seventh and M
' streets or phone Red 61. 11-S-tf
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FOR RENT New modern cottage,
full basement. Phone black 3492.
WILL TRADE Good five room house
and 4 lots. Will trade for horses
or cattle. ' 10-11-tf
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO,
La Grande, Oregon.
, FOR SALE New two story modern
house. J. G. SnodgrasB, or call Main
. 43. y 11-6-tf
GOOD SECOND-HAND tent 10-12 for
. sale very cheap. 1421 Adams ave
FOR RlENT Furnished rooms with
bath. Inquire at 1612 Adams or
phone Red 471. ll-22-14t
FOR RENT 0ne ulte housekeeping
rooms. Also furnished room wit
or without board. 1617 Fourth St.
FOR SALE Female thoroughbred Air'
dale. pup. Call evening. 1702 First
Max Dill, wlho is the greatest of
laugh makers to the people on the
coast, la rolling up a merry triumph
In "The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer,"
which he brings to the Steward's op
era house Thursday, Nov. 28. Max
Dill is funnier than be ever was In
his present "Hoggenhelmer" role. A
series of extremely comic adventures
has been provided for him and bright
lines and good Jokes are also his por
tion. For nearly three hours he keeps
his audience In roars of laughter.
Perhaps there never has been a more
hilarious scene on the stage than
that In which Dill Impersonates" a
river cabman and is surprised Into un
dertaking the Joy of driving his own
wife to "23 Skldoo street."- The scene
is irresistible and It is not possible to
describe how the audiences almost
fall off their seats while It s gong
on. Bac of Mr. Dill Is a great big
musical dhow with plenty of pretty
girls, clever boys and an abundance
of tuneful songs. The most popular
of these song Elts are "Daffy Dill."
"Miss Pale Pink Parasol," "I'm In
Vaudeville," "Bye and Bye," "I've a
Garden in Sweden," "Little Old Amer
ica for 'Me,' "Bag . Pyie Serenade,"
"Five O'clock Tea," "I'm Glad I am a
Boy," and others.
MISSIONARIES TO MEET.
Important Meeting Tomorrow After
noon at Joint Missionary Gather'ng
Tomorrow, Frldi. at 2;30 the la
dies of the various missionary socio
ties with their frlonJs are to meet
at the Baptist chunh for the purpose
of rendering a program on general
ailtVonary work. general invlta-
icti is extended to all who1 will at
tend. After the program a collation
of refreshments will be spread. .
Be good to yourself and go at 2.',0.
street. Phone Black 3462. . 11-21-tf
WANTED A housekeeper. Prefer a
middle aged woman or girl. Applj
Mrs. Brooks, room 45, Savoy hotel.
Paints, Wall Paper, Room
Mouldings, Beading, Oils,
Varnishes, Glass, Etc.
Phone Red 971
1703 1-2 Sixth t
Lumber, Lath, Shingles
and Rubberoid . ...
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WENAHA LUMBER CO.
Greenwood and Madison St. Phone, M&ia 732
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Our Suits, as you know, are all this
season's Latest Style and Material.
All Suits, ranging in price from $30
to $47.50, at one price
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We think these are the B E S T Suits
ever offered at such prices, and we
know that you will agree with us
when you examine the materials and
Be sure and ask to see the Silk Petticoats af
The Home of ladiesVReady to Wear
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Apple Show in Spokane.
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 23. With the
promise of eclipsing all previous rec
ords in the wealth of exhibits and the
accompanying festivities, Spokane's
fourth annual Natonal Apple show op
ened today, to continue for one week.
Tin exhibit range from carloads of
apples down to a single plate of the
fruit and represent practically all of
the great orchard districts of the Pa
cific slope and the intermountain
ARTESIAN WELL FOUSD.
Lower Cove Ranch Supplied With Bun.
qlng Mater From Deep Well.
An artesian well 430 feet deep anl
running 35 gallons of water per min
ute, has been found by well driller
Roscoe West and A. H. Harvey. The
well is on the R. Morris ranob In
Lower Cove and is proving satisfac
tory in every way. -
Home Independent Tcleplione Go;
THE IPAHQ JURJK HOUSE
AT BOISE, JDAHO. S. KOPPEL, Proprietor
WILL PAT YOU TOP PRICES FOR ALL KODS iOF METAL AND
RUBBER. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CONSIGNMENT SUIPMExNTS.
REFERENCEt BOISE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
MAX DILL, THE CELEYER COMEDIAN.
America's Best Mineral Water
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