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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1911)
A JIOXSTEB PROGRAM
"The Express Envelope",KaJem
A magnificent railroad drama,
The daring feats performed by
Casey Jones are not in It with
those of Engineer Tom Evans
and his big freighter. 1 ';" '
"Her Awakening" ....Biograph
A pretty story of a young
girl's awakening to the fact that
there is nothing but sorrow fol
"Over the Chafing Dish"...
. . . . ........... Vitagraph
If you want to see something
k never seen' in moving pictures
before, see this, A whole life
story in . $9 expression Mne
nanCs and feet. ; : . ..
"The . Tlrd Absen-Mlnded '
Absolutely the biggest laugh
of the season. See it.
Miss Garrick and Mr. Ferrln
will fling the big . hit rom
"Sweetest Girl in Paris:"
DONT FORGET THE NOT.
. a- BEE" .vV- '.-
T. Love, Jeweler, 1212 Adams av..
Dr. Posey, Specialist ;or Eye, Ear,
I owe, Throat diseases and catarrh.
Over SeldeTg store. Eyes fitted with
glasses. Honrs 9 to 11:30$ 1:30 to
ft and 7 to 8 p. m.
Have the girls got good, warm
coats T One half price "at the Golden
Rule Co. ' ' .11-23-tf .
New England Thanksgiving "dinner
in Baptist church basement, Nov. 30.
Adults 60c, children ' under 12, 25c.
cents. ,. , 11-22-et
Crochest work done promptly and
'satisfactorily Aviation cape a special
ty. Mrs. Henry Mopsnear brickyard.
j f Learn to earn. La Grande Business
I FCollege. Day and night sessions. En-
I roll any time. ,
Tbls is an opportune time to save
- money, Ladies' dressed, coats and suits
all this season's goods at one half
price. The Golden Rule company.
The Alert Sunday school class.of Is
land City will give a box social at the
I. O. 0. O. hall Friday night, the 21th.
Boxes will sell at uniform price and
funds go for church work. ll-22-3t
Gasoline wood saw.
3851. J. A. OLIVER.
Is made crisp, flaky and delici
ous by using
The first cost is a trifle more
than the ordinary lard, but you
need use two-thirds as much of
It. Try it next time, and not
that it plainly Bays; .
SIMOK PUKE" LEA IXKb
on the can. . 1
FOB SALE BY u
Then Blaek M. '
DELIVERED ANYWHERE IS
1527 JEFFERSON AVENUE
SPLEXDID 4-PASSENGER automo
bile in first class condition: new
tires; bargain if take;, soon; Leigh-
ton s on Fir street. ll-20-4t
niOF. F. J. FREE0C Sonologist
and Healer. Treats all diwase.
1417 Adams aTnue. Phone Main
724, La Grande.
Samples shown at atore. Send your
order in early, Grand Union Ta Co..
209 Fir street Phone 3231. ll-2X-tf
To be able to buy your winter coat
or suit at half price at the opening of
or suit at half price at the beginning
of the season is npt a common thing
Nevertheless the Golden Rule com
pany has Inaugvrated . a half prlco
sale n ladies and misses and chll-
tlicn'a coats, lad'ea' dresses and trim
med and pattern hats. 11-23-ft
Just for Christmas those special
shopping bags large and small, the
very latest made. We ha ve Just re
ceived a new shipment at Silver
thorn's, ..- '11-22-21
Ladies' dresses of Sl'k beautifully
embroidered. Llgut shed?, Just the
thing for fevfefilng wear. Complete line
on sale at half price. The Golden
Rule company. v , 11-23-tf
' Floyd Charlombeau, a student of the
La Grande Business College has ac
cepted a; position as book-keeper for
the La Grande Electric Supply Com
pany. Mr. Charlomeau will engage in
his new duties at once. '. -
A. large and well pleased audtenc
saw the flrst run of "Colleen Bawn"
at the Arcade last night. The film Is
: from, actual scenes in Ireland
and many of those in the audience rec
ognized the places Bhown in the pic
ture. The film will be run again to
night. ' . '
THAT TURKEY SHOULD be carved
with a sharp knife. Get your carv
ing knives made sharp and like new,
also have those dull scissors sharp
ened. Send in the odds and ends
around the home and have them fix
ed up. Thus save your time and pa
tience. , Leighton on Fir street does
all such work. Satisfaction or mon
ey back. ; 11-20-tf : .
. "Colleen Bawn" is making a big hit
at the Arcade " theatre. 1 The picture
will be seen for the last time this eve
ning. ' j ..ti,
, If you want to buy anything in burnt
wood work take a look at this line at
SHverthorn's family drug store. They
are closing out these goods at fac
tory prices. ll-22-2t
The La Grande Electric Supply com.
pany has Just completed the lnsialla
tion of an extensive wire contract at
s. :'-;h Li :..ZI3 1 rT I
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bum, toais, 'm-esses
It is an uncommon tiring to be able to buy seasonrMb
merchandise aimost at fie beginning of the season or
The new general delivery system for
grocers" and meat dealers Is rapidly
working itself out smoothly. The trou
bles first encountered are being solved
and within a few days the plan will be
operating smoothly. The added num
ber of deliveries each day is the dik
feature of the system..
To the merchants In adjacent and
surrrounding towns, we wish to state
that owing to the direct connection
wie have with the manufacturers of
this and foreign countries, we are in
a position to quote you prices on toys
and holiday goods, as cheap r cheap
er, than can be bought from the Job
biers on the Pacific coast. We have a
very large and complete assortment
to draw from, and will be pleaed to
quote you prices.
11-11-tf THE GOLDEN RULE CO.
' . .
- . . ,
D. C. Brichoux,' proprietor of the Sa
voy hotel went to Canyon City today
on business matters intending to be
gone a few days.
General Manager Crowe -of 'the Home
Independent Telephone company ar
rived home this morning from busi
ness visit to Portland. . . .
. Mrs. A. L. Richardson Is now at
Loa Angeles to spend the winter In
the balmy climes.. "Se fs quartered
at 755 North Mariposa, Las Angeles.
Floyd C. Ramp, a feromlhent social
ist of Portland arrived this "morning
108 Elm Street Next Door
to Geo. H. Currey Real Estate
TAILOR MADE SUITS. LADIES' WINTER COATS, MISSES' AND CUlLDREti'S IV.V,
TER COATS, LADIES' SILK DRESSES. LADIES' SILK EVENING COSWMFS.
LADIES' SERGE DRESSES . . . . . . . . '"Prim
. ', - LAPIES' DRESSES. ' "
.made of all wool flne quiljty serge. All fall styles and staple col-.'
' ors. Prices range from I'J.OOto $1800 OXE HALF PltlCE
SILK DRESSES. ' ' :" .
Fine at of material, and trimming,- late fall sh-nlcs, and styles. ;
"." Range J2000 Ui $3?.60 ..' 0'K HALF P1UCE
, . ' SILK COSTUMES
" for evening wear. FIno silk embroidered waist and flounce. Range
, 117.50 to .'jr.O OXE HALF PRICE
TAILORED SUITS . '
Complete line of fall atyl-. La Vogue Range $i.?.5(. to I35.00. All
at OE HALF PRICE.
LADIES', KISSES' ASD CHILDREN'S WIJiTER CO.t PS.
This comprises a large and an Immense line of fall styles.
OXE HALF PRICE
Ladies' Fur Coats, Ladies' Caracule
Coats, Ladies' Plush Coats
all on sale at One-Third Off. Remember
our Fur line is the celebrated McKibbin
line, and this is a positive guarantee of
quality. ; '',. -.L.
Ladies Trimmed and Pattern Hats
Our Millinery line is yet complete and we
have a large range of Fall Styles to select
from . . . v V - One Half Price
3 'if- h
There are no reservations made in the lines advertised.
They n all go ON SALE just as advertised
t ' .
QUALITY THE SAME
and win address the socialists in tills
city during the week.
Attorney T, H. Crawford is homo
from Wallowa county .where he at
tended a sitting of the circuit court
there this week.-: . ' - :
Max Dill, the comedian, la register
ed at the Foley today. He Is accom
panied by Mrs. JDill and the entile
troupe with "The Rich Mr.. Hoggen
helmer," are staying at the Foley,
Rt. Rev. Bishop Paddock 'of' the
Eastern Oregon diocese, of the ICplsco
pal church was In the city yesterday
and today to be present at the dedica
tion of the new Guild ball last evening.
The bishop Is troubled with a painful
knee and is required to get about on
. Methodists at forOi ttottb. ,
Fort Worth, Tetas,- lov.: 23. The
annual meeting of the Austin confer-
Wertf theteefhoditft ftptBcX)pal dharch
In "America, the Northern Methodist,
convened in St Paul's church in thU
city, with Bishop Quayle of Oklahoma
City, presiding, 'the business of trie
conference "will Occupy four er Ave
days. ' v ; ";.
E. H. Sothern and , Julia Marlowe
have received a request from the
Drama league of Evanston, ill., to ap
pear at the annual commemoration of
Shakespeare's birthday. April 23. next.
The two will be playing in Chicago
during that week and have conBintod
to bestow the medals given to the chil
dren wlho have written tie most origi
nal and interesting papers on the
poet's plays. . . .
Largest Concrete Arch Bldge. ' bridge spanning the Spokane river in 281 feet. The total" length of the
Spokane, Wash., Nov: 23. Spokane this city. The bridge Is the largest trldge is 791 reet. ; It was designod
today began a week's celebration in concrete arch structure in the world, by J. C. Ralston and erected at a cost
ihonor of the completion of the great the central arch having a length of of lhalf a million 'doilars.
ELECT (SDITTS EAD20
Remember your last year's disappointments and the resolution
youthen made to shop early thisyear. ; V
It's only a few weeks to Christmas and time flies;6 Why' not
start today to inspect the holiday lines and decide what you will
give? Our holiday business has already ; begun and goods which
possibly would just suit you are going daily. ; 4 v
A SPLENDID ARRAY
of gifts Is fee front which to make your selections. Our holiday i
tw wiu majKQ cnoosmg easy oe cause - it ;, represents the finest
igoos for gift purposes that art and skill have produced. We gath- ;
ered the stock months ago, bought at right prices and are there-. :
fore in position tasell at extremely low prices. ' Come here first by
.all means. We have suitable gifts for all ag6s-Tgif ts for babies,
children, the middle-aged and old people. Don't let another day
... Pass without inspecting this stoc k which surely contains just the
i articles you desire to give. " ;
I Newlin Book & Stationery Co.