tac.rn iwces. txrxiso onrnvrn. t cnAxra:. onrcox. rrEirsn.v. rEnmwnr 10. tnrtn. "' TACT I 'IT G. 51 .1 ii LOCAL ITEMS. . Walter M. pr.rce visited Hot Lake ' thin morning. Deputy Sheriff George Llndgrcn served legal paper In Klgln today. ( Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rlnehart re turned to Summurvllle thli morning. Ira. Julius Ituesch. returned this morning from a visit of several days In Portland. ' p George Stoddard went to Baker City on the morning train to look after business matters. ' i 15, Moore, t he ;renl tat. denier, returned this morning from a week- stay in tho metropolis. Attorney Robert Lloyd of Elgin, anticipated attending circuit court to day, but on account of a severe cold, was forced to return to his home. Peter J. Boards came up from La Grande yesterday, where he had been on business, and returned to his home In Sumpter. Baker Herald. Mrs. James . Upton of The Dalles, left last night for La Grande; after visiting friends In the city. Pendleton East Oregonian. Miss Syra Kuhn of the grade school faculty, is asHlsting in the teachers' examination today and her classes were taught by Mrs. F. O. Schllke. Mrs. Anna Jacobson returned to Palmer Junction this morning, after a visit here with friends. Mr. Jncobson In .employed at the Junction. ' Dun Meyers arrived last night from Grand Island, Neb. He will visit friends In this city a few days, then will go to Elgin to accept a position with the Pioneer Milling Co. Ed Kiddle Is home from a business visit to Portlum) on lodge and flour mill business.5 Ho was Also at Salem where the legislature Is in session, looking after business matters. Mis. Edna Swurt, who underwent nn operation at the Grande Ronde hospi tal yesterday. Is reported as resting easily today, Hnd chances are very fa vorable for a speedy recovery. H. H. Pitchfork, who has been at tending the Lumbermen's convention in Spukune, is visiting with his sister-in-law, Mrs. N. W, Srhofield, of this city, on his return to Utah. The remains of the late Grant Tur ner will be brought to La Grande to nlnht by relatives and -interment will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Jackson home; cor ner Third and Washington. Conductor and Mrs. J. C. Gulling returned last evening from Pendleton, where they have been making their heailipmrters- while Mr. Gulling was running on the Pilot Rock branch. They will remain In La Grande for a month or more, Mrs. J. M. Berry anil Mrs. Fred G. Schllke- returned -last evening from Xorth Powder, where they visited for a day, while en route home from Ma ker City. They are enthusiastic over the reception ae;vi-iled them by the Baker City Eastern Star lodge. Grant Lincoln and L. Remillard are two additional men to secure near beer licenses today.- The time expires to night, when' licenses can be secured for this inmrter. and to all appearances - there will only he six licenses applied for. ' The Weston Normal basketball souad took Its departure on the morning train for Cove, where the five will play the Cove high school this evening. The aggregation returns tomorrow to La Grande to play the local high school five tomorrow eve ning, 'commencing at 8 o'clock. I. U. Khoades, state secretary for the Y. M. C. A. in Oregon, will be in La Grande tomorrow to deliver a stereop- tlcon lecture at the Presbyterian church, commencing at 8 o'clock. Mr. Rhoades is an ardent worker for the Y; M. C. A. In Oregon, and as he conies but seldom, he brings a treat. Admission will be free. Dr. W. D. McMillan Painless Denistry La Grande National Bank Bldg Both Phones ' ' Valentine, riiof" eity uit-ssenijeis of good will --those flaming arrows and blushing lu Kfts those confections of lace pa It r mi l tinsel nq.l also the penny !r-t adfuls are all in rcadincs at our More. Assortments are now. They wont' be complete right later. We would advise early selection, for, of course, v h. l aw s-jme one th.it ought t. r-tnembered with a valentine. j No matter the price we feel sure j that we have Just the design that .will J measure up to your standard. RED CROSS DRUG STORK. 1 socicrr. , - Neigh In itIkhmI Club. - The Neighborhood club held Its reg ular meeting yesterday afternoon In its parlors at the home of Mrs. An thony. The business meeting was con ducted and dispatched ably by the president, Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe.. The subject chosen for the after noon was "Civics," and the leader not being present the meeting took the form of general discussion, which wa. led by a splendidly prepared talk by Mrs. George Palmer. In the course Of her remurks Mrs. Pjlmr""fxpreswd the wish that the rltlxens might each do what was within., his power for a more beautiful La Grande, 'especially that we plant more shade trees, flow ers and lawns, clean the alleys, re move or repair useless and unsightly outbuildings' and' in' some places put better sidewalks. Mrs. Palmer" thought that perhaps the time was rnot yet ripe for larger undertakings,' but that in due season such things as a library, T. M. C. A. building and Improved railroad grounds would be realties in our city. Mrs, Ivanhoe's plea for the boys of our city, that some place might be found and fitted up where boys might assemble under the leadership 0 some worthy person and have their reading room and athletics. This was enthusiastically received and brought forth the Idea of a Y. M. c. A., some thing which everyone would b. anxious to help along. This calle forth an enthusiastic discussion urn! u committee was Immediately appointed to look Into the matter. The Immediate and pressing need of a new high school building was gen erally discussed. The subject of having music taught In our public schools us is dona in most other places of our size, . was touched upon. In fact, .thers w:as so much to talk about that was being contemplated or that would add to the charm of La Grande, that the time foi adjournment arrived before the mem bers reunited It, and ut the close of the afternoon the members departed, each fired with a zeal to make, herself a factor In carrying on the good work. - ; Missionary Teai "We in Alaska rejoice at this Christmas time because the angels' song and the love of the Christ-child have come to the peopl here. The Thllnirot. Sitka, Alaska. Some of our women have iilxcrt;; ken to help spread this joy and to raise money for this purpose u social will be held at the home of Mrs. A. T. Hill on Thursday afternoon. If you have some of this joy please help this cause along. "A blessing shared Is a blessing doubled." Newton Kasko. the boy assigned to the W. V. Mis sionary society of La Grande, Is a bright boy and anxious to learn. We who can educate our children so eas ily, have we not a thank offering for those who have few privileges. This Is your opportunity at Mrs. A. T. Hill's, on Thursday afternoon. This boy traveled hundreds of miles to sret to a school. DONNELLY MFETS DEATH (Continued from page 1.) entile community. Ofrurrcd in I'nmtilln County. Conductor Donnelly was on No. 55, a westbound freight, with engine No. 355 in charge of Root, about to pull them down the mountain. lie had 1 transmitted his orders to'lhe engineer j and given the word to pull out. As j the cars were moving pa-t him he made an effort to board the second I car ahi-ftd ot the caboose. H failed i and death came. The spot where he I fell, whs just over the line in l.'ma- I lilla county, and the. coroner from I Pendleton was ca'l.-d. It was just 3 o'clock when a jury was empaneled,! and It will ije in the neighborhood of! f o'clock before the remains are ' brought to La Grande. No. 1 was late! anil sever, il from here went out on it, to join the frit mis nhout the body at. Kair.ela. The iii'Mit st Wi's held in the depot. Among those to go wei h J. F. . Baker, C. S. Dunn. J. J. fair. Mr. Wy- ; ren, J. H. P'-are a ml J. H. Kt ney. : 1 Several railroad men also went. The: sorrow has especially settled among - railroad men, where the d erased was extremely popular. 1 A.siilfn.m the widow. Mr. D- nm 1-, ly it i;tviei! t.y a lu tUit r. M:s. W. H. , Donnelly of Colfax. Wash., who vis-j ited her son here recently; a brother, E. D.. of Council, Idaho, and cousin, j Mrs. Charles Dunn or this city.' Ms?. 1 Dunn and the1 deceased were reared together, almost as brother and sis ter. These, with several aunts living In various parts of the country, com prise the entire relative list. " . " A Prominent Lodge Man. As a member of the local lodge of Elks, and of the local Knights of Pythias, he was a prominent brother, always Interested In the affairs of his orders, and always popular with his brother lodge men. In addition to these two orders, he was a member of the local Trainmen order and a leading light In the United Order of Railroad Conductors. The family Is too grief-stricken to uuturtdae- Ah PMvHr at. funeral ..Hit rangements today, and it is likely that none will be made until tomorrow morning. 1 Mr. Donelly was married to Miss Lizzie Goeck 'last June, and they have made their home in La Grande con tinually since. The Donelly home Is located at 2107 First street. George Cuslck of Union, Is transact ing business in La Grande today. Ell PLEASES Those who heard Captain Eli at the high school the other morning were well pleased, and at the same time were Informed of a number of facts they did not know regarding sharks and sea inhabitants. He comes back to lecture to us Saturday evening and all should make it a point to hear him. It might be of Interest to show that the captain first lectured at t'nion, this county, some 32 years ago, mil lectured here at La Grande about! ! 4 years ago. Consequently he will not be a total stronger to all who may he so fortunate as to hear him. Don't forget the date, February 13, ft nil get your tickets at either. Sllverlhorn's 1 drug store, or at the Fair. 3 5c and 1 15c. ' ... . . , I XOTK K OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that Mertle Altlrlch, administrator of the estate of Mary A.Aldrich, deceased, haa filed in the cou"'v court of Union county, Oregon. h- "inal account In tho mat ter of srti'l estate, and the county court has 'ai pointed Tuesday, the 2nd day IN S 1 AIR Sunny San Luis Valley OF COLORADO A HE IIP TO EIE LAi WE HAVE DIVIDED A 5k, 000-ACRE TRAjCUNTO TRUCK FARMS CONTAINING 10 to 1,000 Acres PER FARM Al $200. EACH $W. Cash and $10. Per Month No Interest! No Taxes! We want a reliable and energetic man in every town to form clubs of 15 prospective purchasers. We will furnish round trip railroad tickets Fftt'E to one member vof each club to inspect land. sion, full particulars upon request. Reference: Any Bank or Banker in St. Louis, Kan sas Gity or Denver SAN LUfS VALLEY LAND AiD IRRiGATiM CG. Bank of Commerce Btng. KANSAb CITY, MO. A It L La of March, 1909, at tho hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the court house, In La Grande. Oregon, as tho time and place for hearing objections to such final account and the settlement there of. MERT1E ALDltlCH, Atlnilnstrator of the Estate of Mary A. Aldrlch. Deceased. 2-1-8-15-22-3-1 THE We pay liberal commis awsm for Someone - Homestead Relinquishment 160 acres 4 12 milts east of Enterprise. Over 80 acres finest kindot farming or fruit land in a body. Balance fine north slope pasture. Fine couniy road to the place. $250.00 Won't Wait Always 0 A SH mo 0 Grande, Oregon PRACTICAL EXAMPLES REGARDING THE GLOBE-WERNICKE SECTIONAL BOOK CASES See what those in position to know have to say "WOULD HAVE LOST" "Had my library not been incased in a Globe Werneoke sectional book case kind friends would never have been able to have removed it at the time my home burned. Even if it had been pos sible to have taken the books out the weather was such that every book would have been ruined, a3 it was I never lost a volume." F. S. Ivanhoe, Dist. Atty. 10 Jud. Dist. We would be pleased to have you cail and allow us to show and explain the merits of the Globe-Wernicke Sect ional Book Case. riiirt it .i l Hilt r i . ' i. - . jn III , . 7 I ..j , . W'Ji I.nme Shoulder. Tills is a common form of muscular rheumatism. So internal treatment I needed. Apply ChamberViIn's Luii iiiin iit'Pir inr"n timet) a .-1V , Jick cure I certain. This Ifilment has proven especially valuable for muscular rheumatism. Sold by all good dealers. "SAViD MY BOOKS" ''I attribute the fact that my entire library was not lost to the fact ll.l !1 ... t.1, tttiai. it, wao iioiu ill u, sectional book case. On ac'caunt of this, willing hands - were able to carry out. each section intact and not a book . as-' destroyed or lost." Dr. N. Molitor HENRY & m COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS IA GAVSNDf, ' . . ORE St: "1 W L. J "V a T- m 4a fta I 1 It " 4 h BUSINESS COLLEGE Pinesalve aCTS u" 'oultici Garbolized om&iY&2Si, I.