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EVENING OriSERVTIL LA GRANDE, OREGON, UEIM-XA V. FKRRIARV 10. IP.
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LA GRANDE. ORE.
M. V. A.
La Grunde Camp No. 7703 .jneit
"uch Monday evening at I. O. O. F.
bull. All visiting neighbor ure cor
dltilly invite.! to attend.
M. McMUUIlAr, c.
CAL JORDAN. Clcik.
v. o. :.
Lu Grande Aetie .'u. -'jJ. K O. E.,
uetn every Friday nlijht in Kilts' hall
t 8 p. m. Visiting brethren Invited
C. E. HACKMAX, V. P.
GEO. ABKGG, VV. S.
). E. S.
Hop Chapter No. 13, O. E. 8., hold
tated communications the second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Ylsltng members cordially Invited.
RACHEL K. WORST ELL, W. M.
MARY A. WARN1CK, Secretary.
I. O. O. 1'. lOiicainpiiieiil.
Star Encampment No. 31, I. O. O.
V., meets every second and fourth
Wednesday in the month In Odd Fel
lows' hall. Visitis patriarchs alway
H. K, COOLIDGE, C. P.
XV. A. WORsSTELL. Scribe.
M. U. of A.
Meets every Thursday evening at
J. O. p. F. hall. Visiting members al
ANGUS STEWART. President.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
U'MMlmeH of the World.
La Grande Lqdge No. 169, W. O
0 W.a meets every second and fourth
Tuesday evening In K. of P. hall In
the Corpe building. All visiting mem
bers welcome. NER1 ACKLES,
J. II. KEENET, Consul Commander.
I. O. O. 1 Siiboiillnui
La Grundo Lodge No. 16, meets In
their hull every Sulurday night. Vis
iting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
HUGH McCALL. N. G.
Ofc'CAR COOLIDGE, Svciewry.
A. WOKSTF-LL, fin, Sei.
EoMfters of America.
Court Maid Marlon No. 22 meet
each Wednesday night In K. of P.
hall. Brothers are invited to attend.
BEN HA1STEN, C. R.
LEO HERRING. C. 8.
C. J. VANDERPOEL. F. S.
A. F. A. M.
t .u r.mnA T.odee No. 41. A. F
A. M., holds regular meetings first an
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
R. L. LINCOLN, . M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
KnigliU of Pythian.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meets every
Monday eve-sing in Castle Hall (old
Elks' hall). A Pythian welcome to all
J. F. BAKER, C. C,
R. L. LINCOLN. K. of R. & S.
Crystal Lodge No. tO meets ever?
Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall
All visiting members are invited to at
JENNIE N. SMITH, N. G.
MARTHA E. SCOTT, Secretary.
B. P. O. E.
La Grande Lodge No. 43S, meet'
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock I.'
Elks' club, corner Depot street am'
Washington avenue. ViBitlng brother
are cordially lv!ted to attend.
C. S. DUNN, Exalted Ruler.
G. E. McCL'LLT, Recording Sec.
I J. E. STEVENSON, D. D. S
MONDAY NIGHTS EASTERN
star HANyi irr elxhouati:.
Iteniot-rat Portray l-'.x-rlliii-y of the
Floral I frill Team touched by Mrs
Raker City, 'Feb. 10. The. Demo
crat said yesterday:
Following an exposition of the work
of the order as has been seldom
equalled and probably never sur
passed in eastern Oregon, the ladles
of Esther Chapter No. 11, Order of the
Eastern Star, last evening entertained
the visiting members at an elaborate
banquet In honor of Mrs. Fred Schll
ke of La Grande, under whose direc
tion the drill team of the order had
been working and other visiting sW
te:s. The occasion was one long to be re
membered by those who were so for
tunate as to participate in It, and the
ceremonies and banquet which fol
lowed were exceptionally well attend
ed. Following the Initiation ceremonies
the drill team performed the beautiful
floral drills, In which It had been
coached by Mrs. Schllke and the re
sult of the artistic rendition ot the
graceful, elaborate figures of the drill
was a great delight to those who be
held It. The drills were worked out
by Mrs. Schllke herself, who declared
she had never seen them better pro
duced. "I am pleased and delighted," said
Mrs. Schilke last evening, "yes, more
than that. Relieve me, next to ray
mother lodge I shall always love and
honor Esther chapter."
At the close of the drills Mrs. Schll
ke was presented by Esther chapter as
n slight token of its appreciation, with
a handsome gold bracelet, me grace
ful presentation speech bring made by
the worthy matron. Mrs. Riley. Mrs.
('. A. Johns of this city, .Mrs. Bergman
of Sumpter, and Miss Taylor of Ne
braska were other speakers.
Resides Mrs. Schilke oilier visitors
at the lodge were Mesdames Alexander
of Pendleton, J. M. Berry of L.a
Grande, Bergman of Sumpter, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. K. Young of Prairie City,
and J. R. Romlg of La Grande.
cases wii.i. re iii:ari in
la ;i:amk lam office,
WOOD & COAL I
Government Attorneys Flic Suits
A;aiiist iJU-e Number r I inatilla
Attorneys H, T. Joi.. s .'mil W. K.
U'.st, tvpi i -s. 'tiling ttie government,
arrived Sunday night from Portland
to taUe ' liN tu i' in the contest ca.jes
against lands in I 'ma ' Ilia county, re
lates the I'i mil, -ton Tribune. The
eonte.-ts an- against tin- owners of cer
tain I'laatilla .oanty lands and after
- il. I, .1 'II, S l "Ull'l C'.-i III" , ' ..II III !I1.-
r itioiis th- ias.s Mill ui before the land
nfi'iiMiiis in l.a Grande. The contests
a'K -;:e tl.at. the land is crazing land
.Hid tilh'i'ie and that i: lias not been
iis.i) for that purpose. Among those
i-taiasi whom contest have been filed
are WiUaiii I;. l. i t. Harold Stewart.
In quantities to suit
Truck and Transfer
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u i'. Van i i -d. ill. I'. t.f Van Ors-
,11. .lata. - H. Wail. i f. K.. sella Matt.
.1. I:, in. i "bai l, s Hayes, Koli, i t .1.
.'..-. .- a r Kohiii-oii. Victor O.
.I.i l-oii. Th'-teas K. Hopper. IVr
rd l.o !;lin. I.v.la .Mi ! (oitald. Alice
ml. Thomas Campbell, Virginia ('.
,. M:r Mei'otin.l!. Ada Ilinkle.
C Kin, h ut. Jos. pli '. .May-
n n w
me Thursday, Feb 11
But we are determined to make these few days the most lemarkable days for '!
shoe bargains ever known in La Grande. We, invite. one and all to .. visit .this , store. X
thesi days. You are st:retc find something in shoes that will appeal to your judge
ment. Remember that you now have an opportunity to secure shoe bargains impos
sible to secure at any other time. There are Hundreds of pairs of shoes all marked
down. ' . ' '
Broken Lines From the Preston Stock:
Ml' CfiA- Sizes 9 toll, values to $5.00. So vaged ton assort- ff-f Cf ;
Men S DnOeS ment that detailed discription is impossible . 41JV ;
rj Clsr Sizes 11 to 5; value Very complete line of high tf -f C) j I
DOyS DnOeS grade shoes at the low price of fi.JV i
Dirr CftAir Size 8 to 10, value. Ever assortment and kvd and nl J
DOyS DnOeS everykind of leather. Come and look. 4 vy ;
Before the opportunity is gone see that you are well shod :
57.50 Shoes Sale Price
$5.00 Shoes Sale Prke
$.00 Shoes Sale Price
$3.50 Shoes Sale Price
3.00 Shoes Sale Price
2.50 Shoes Sale Price
Where Quality Governs
Cut Prices Couml
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