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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1911)
LA GUANDK EVEM1N0 OBSEUVEK, TUESDAY, DECEMlTloiriloil
"THE HE ACT OF JOIIX BAR-
A very dramrtic story shown
in thorough "Selig style, pic
turing the fervent devotlcn of a
simple fisherm.?. -
"JIMMIE OX GUARD" .....
A beautiful p! ture Nrh will
flaVthi old ard yovme The fa
mous boy actor In a fnjre film
"CROSSING THE ALPS IN A
.'MOTOIT ........... Gaumont
1 ; : One of the most onderful
scenic pictures ever exhibited.
"TOO MANY ENGAGEMENTS"
. It's a roaring aide "splitting
comedy. A good thin? to take.
In after the election.
' r ' -
-'illustrated song: "Leaf by
Leaf the Roses Fall." Sung by
Miss Garrlck ....... Matinees
Mr: Ferrln, . . ...... Evenings
H. T. Love, Jeweler. 1212 V4 Adams av
Dont buy yonr dolls until yon aee
my line whlck will arrived this week.
Mrs. H. C. Vlnacke. 209 Fir. Tele
phone 3231 12-4-tf
A musical treat Is announced by
the Ists management for Wednesday
day and Thursday when those popular
singers. Miss Garrlck and Mr. Ferrln
will be heard In a charming duet en
titled "Friendship." This composi
tion Is peculiarly beautiful and all lov
ers of good music should hear it.
We have the finest line of gift books
in Eastern Oregon. Don't fall to see
them. Newlln Book
All kinds of Toys ( Dolls and Chil
dren's Books here at the very lowest
r rices.' Newlin Book and Stationery
company. ' ' 12-9-tf
All kinds of gift books in leather
chllds' books in linen and paper for
Christmas at - Sllverthorn's family
drugstore. , 12-12-t
Beautiful oil' paintings will be given
away with holiday purchases. Golden
Rule. Company. 12-12-tf .
. Don't worry about holiday presents
we worried for; you months ago.
Come ' now and .see what' this worry
has amounted tQ. Newlln -Book and
Stationery company. .12 0-tf
A few pretty beaded hand bags and
mesh hand, bags and all kinds of lat
est hand bags made. ., You can find
them Lt most reasonable prices at
Silvert horn's family drug store. .
' " "'12-12-21 :- ; ' '.
eautiful Oil Paintings
i at i ' mnrr"
We have arranged with Prof. Burt, the lihtnin
landscape artist, to paint fcr us a limited number or
pictures, which will be given away during the fcoli
. day season.
Ve have gone to a great deal of trouble and expeni
in getting thes"e paintings for our customers at thiy
time. The artist could not be with us, and we indue-,
ed him, through hard persuasion, to paint for, and
ship us, these paintings, which we have now on dis
play and will be given with $5.00 or $10.00 cash trade.
One of these beautiful oil paintings will make as nice
a Christmas gift as could be bought at any price, and
as the number is limited, they will not last long.
MOLDEM RULE CO
Northwestern f amr Products SIio.
. Or. Posey, Specialist 2or Eye, Esr,
Hose, Threat diseases and catarrh.
Over Setter's store. Eyes fitted with
Classes. Hears 9 to 11:30; 1:30 te
I and 7 to 8 p. m. ' s
The ladles of the M. E. ennrch will
hold a cooked food sale in Russell's
meat market Saturdsy. Dec. )6th. All
good things will be on sale. 12-11-t
Tomorrow night the Rlcketts come
to Ho't Lake for one night's perform
ance. These high-school entertainers
have been winning fame over the en
tire coast and La Grande people who
love music and entertainment of the
highest sort are urged to be present
Get a pocket knife, scissors and raz
ors at F. L. Lilly's. They are line Xmas
presents. , 12-8-tf
Dancing at Rink every Wednesday
and Saturday nights.
. .r . 12-6-tt , -x i "
Home made candies for immediate
or holiday deliveries can be had by
calling Red 352. Prices from 35 to
CO cents a pound.
Those flexible leather covered bibles
of all kinds for Christmas you will
find at Sllverthorn's family drug store.
What would make a nicer or more
appropriate-Christmas present than a.
beautiful oil painting, some pretty
scene of landscape. We are giving .
them away with cash purchases, dur- investigating .influenced by the wide
ine the holidav season. The Golden spread "nacK-w-ine-Bou movement.
Rule company. 12-12-tf .
St. Paul, Minn., Dec. I The North
western Land Products show, uudei"'
the auspices of the Northwestern De
velopment league, o'nx.d In ihe.aTli
torlum today with e cr;- available foot
of space occupied with exhibit- The
object of the exhibition is to ad the
development of Oregon, Washington,
luauo, lUuiiimiti, iwii.u ia -law "v''-
Dakota, Minnesota and Alaska. Scores
of attractive, booths are fll'.ed with
sample products from the soils, lakes,
rivers, forests, mines and factories of
the northwest. The exhibition is' in
tended to be educational to the home;
seeker, the farmer, the rallvoad man,
manufacturer, and to those who are
Good Bkatlng is now to be had at
Perry and at Dutch pond. You know
what fun that means. . Get your skates
sharpened at Leighton's and you will
know you have a good Job. ...'.
A LIMITED AMOUNT of money to
loan on first class real estate. The
Slough Investment Co.. East door to
P. 6. 12-12-tf
Aanything you want in cut glass
and silverware at Lilly's. 12-8-ti
Ladles' Hand Bags at prices That Will
::'; v ; -; Astonish Yotu'v ''-;"":
" Dont fail to-r see our "VlndW'of la
dles' hand bags reduced to less than
faetory prices. Newlln Drug company
Those fancy plates and cues at F. L
Lilly's 15c to 94-50 are just right.
The most sensible and best Christ
mas present you can make your eon
or daughter, is a scholarship In the
La Grande Business college. Day and
night sessions. Enroll at any time.
Clam chowder and shellfish every
day at the Snow Flake Bakery, ll-29-tf
, Xmas purchasers' headquarters at
F. L. Lilly's. 12-8-tf .
Try our hot coffee and clam cbow
- der. Snow Flake Bakery. 11-29-tf
f Percolators $1.75 to $4.50 at F. L
Crecheet work done promptly and
satisfactorily. Aviation caps a special
ty. Mrs. Henry Moss, near brickyard.
. 11-19-tf :
PROF. F. J. FREENOR Sninnleirlst
and Healer. Treats all diseases.
1417. Adams avenue. Phone iiiiua
724. La Grande.
We can store almoBt anything
and at reasonable rates.
C. J. Pomeroy of Pendleton was a
Sommer hotel guest last night.
Fred Falconer and wife were In the
city from Enterprise last r.-ight
Mt8. E. T. Moyer is here from Boise
today, staying at the Foley.
Dr.. A. E. Wrlghton of Silverton was
a Foley hotel guest this morning.
C. Hess of Union transacted 'bnsl
ness in the city this morning He Wi7
registered at the Foley. ' ,
Roscoe Foster was over from Jo
seph this morning. :He was quarter
ed at the Foley.
Mrs. H. Dubbey of Elgin transacted
business here yesterday evening, stay
ing at the Foley.
Frank E. Smith, the -well known bus
iness man of Elgin stopped at the Fo
ley last night. He attended the Com
mercial club banquet. .
A. W. Yauncey, a deputy sheriff Mid
T. N. Balfour, sheriff, of Prlnevllle
were in the city last nigbt, stopplig al
J. N. Kleese, prominent In commer
cial affairs at Summervllle and con
nected with the electric company at
that place, spent last evening In the
city, stopping at the Foley.
The people of La Grande are cor
dially invited to inspect a small selec
tion of Oriental rugs, the most useful
and acceptable Xmas present Come
and see them today and tomorrow at
Henry & Carr's furniture store.
Notice, O. E. 8. Election.
Hope Chapter No. 13 O. E. S. will
hold their annual election Wednesday
evening, December 13. All members
are requested to be present. ;
12-12-2t :'.''.': Secretary.
4 KEN WAKTEB.
Wen wanted for special police
dntr in La Grande. Report tt
Arizona's First Election.
FRATERNAL ORDERS OF LA
A. F. ii A M. La Grande Lodge NO
41. A. F. & A. M. holds regular meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Maaona L. M. HOYT. W. M. . .
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.'
B. P. O .E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock In Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue
Visiting brothera are cordially in
" vlted to attend. ':
H. J. RITTER. EX. Rul v
H. E. COOLIDGE, Rec. Sec.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 12. Arizona
held her first state election today, vbt-
lng for governor and other state of
ficials, Judges of, the supreme and dis-
WOODMEN OF tTHB WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O. W
meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
V D. FITZGERALD, C. G.
J. TL KEENEY. Clerk.
trict courts and members of the legis
lature.' In addition, the voters also ex
pressed their preference for two Unit
ed States senators and also voted on
the proposal to eliminate the judicial
recall' from the state constitution:
Complete tickets were put in the Held
by the republican, democratic and so
clalistic parties. Owing to the multi
plicity of candidates the complete re
sults of, the electon probably will no
be known before Thursday. ' ' ,
If. W. A. La Grande Camp No, 7708
meets every Monday In the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting
p neighbors ' are cordially InvlteJ to
; W. A. DUNN. -J ' -WILL
B; B NUTTER
For Picture Framing
1708 1-2 6th St. Next to Observer
YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHE,
Pain along the bck, dizziness. liL-sd.tcheandiri-ncra
Inninior. Get a bftckiua af Moihttr (jmv-a Al.-ik.
MATIO-LKAF, the plnumnt root and lierb cur
iur ii niuunjr, Diaaueraua urinary irouo int. w htn
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cro
Lodge No. 17 meeas every Monrta?
night In Caatle hall, (old Elk's ball
A Pythian welcome to all vldttni
' Knights. " ' ,1
A. C. HAYNES. C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. 8.
THE IDAHO JUNIC HOUSE
AT BOISE, IDAHO. S. KOPPEL, Proprietor
MILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR ALL KIKDS OF METAL ASD
RUBBER. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CONSIGNMENT SniPMENTS.
REFERENCE t BOISE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
yoo feel all run down, tared, weak and without
-energy dm this remarkable oomhinatlon of nature'!
nern ana roots. . At a regnlatorlt baa no eiual.
Mother ray'a AromitMo-Laf la aold by Dm.'
Kieu or aent by mall for 60 eta. Hample tent PKttK.
Addresa, The Mother iinj Co., Le Koy, K. Y.. t
YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING.
The time ta aot far distant when
S everyone will be arranging for
holiday purchases. It is very 4
wwentlal . In' order to get the
greatest satisfaction that shop-
ping be don early. It . Is better
for the shopper; better for the
merchant, and decidedly ..better
for the clerks in the different
stores. La Grande stores are
filled with splendid articles that
win make useful gifts. Take a
look around and begin figuring
out what yon are going to buy for
he holiday season. It Is none
too early. ' '
REBEKAHS Crystal LodKe No. U
- meets every Tuesday evening in th
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
; bers ire Invited to attend.'
MISS HELEN McLAUGHLIN. N. G
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Sec
O. E. B. Hope Chapter Na :'X8, 0. 1
C. hoi stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays o)
. each month. ' Visiting members cor
dlahy invited. "
CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
MART A. WARNTCK. P-
1 - TT
America's Best? Mineral Water
It's Good for What Ails You
WU OCGUT TO KNOW
this shop, and 1U ability to serve
yon best, Onr one strongest
desire is to tnrn ont the best
CLEANING AND PRESSING .
and to price onr services te
meet yeur satisfaction. -We be
Ueve we do this. If year gar
ments need onr attention send
thetr to mt and we vtiri io yenr
wo k promptly and guarantee
not to rata the materials.
ELITE DYEING &
This is an age where pure air is being rec jgnised as one of the great factors of health
THE O.TJICKWORK CLEANER A MODEL OP PERFECTION.
hen you use the broom or carpet sweep er you get only a small percentage of the 5
dirt and a large percentage of the dust geims is either breathed into you lungs or set'
ties on funiture all over the house, to be stirred up again when dusting is done.
By use of the QUICKWORK, you draw the fresh air up through the carpets, so you
not only take out all the dirt, but you also air them. ' J
Regular Price ; of Quickwork
Vacuum Cleaner $10.00
Te have made special arrangements, whoreby we are allowed to sell them during
the holiday season at one half the regular price $5.00.
This Vacuum cleaners works perfectly, and will make the housewife a very accepta
ble Christmas present. :