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EVENING OBSERVER, GRANDE. OREGON. WEDXESDAT. FEBRUARY St,
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LA GRANDE, O RE.
M. W. A.
La Crando Camp No. 7701 meet
uU il. niiay evening at I. O. O. F.
h&'.l. All viltlng neighbor are cor
lally Invited to attend.
M. McMURRAT, C.
CAL JORDAN, Clerk.
P. O. E
La Grande Aerie No. 26, F. O. E.,
snueu every Friday night In Elk' hall
at p. m. Visiting brethren invited
( C. E. HACK MAN, W. P,
CEO. AEEOO. W. S.
O. K. 8.
Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E. S., hold
tilled communication the second and
fourth . Wednesday of each month.
Vlsitng member cordially invited.
RACHEL E. WOUSTELU W. M.
MARY A. WARN'ICK, Secretary.
I, O. O. i -Encampment.
Star Encampment No. 31, I. O. O.
T moot every second and fourth
Wednesday in the month in Odd Fel
low' hall. Vlaltfl patriarch alway
H. E. COOLIDGE, C. P.
W. A. WORSTELL, Scribe.
, n. k. or a.
Meet every Thursday evening at
X O. O. F. hall. Visiting member al
ANGUS STEWART, President
C. J, VANDERPOEL, Secretary.
Woodmen of Hie World.
'La Grande Lot-e No. 169, W. C
W., meet every se.-ond and fourth
Tm-sday e,inliig lu K. of P. hall In
the Corpe building. All vtailfjg mem
ber vicnme. NKR1 ijCKLES,
J. 11. KlvENHY. Consul Commander.
yr expert pi j no tuning, see Thomas
V 1 i 1 1 i ; 1 1 Cine (i.e l'
tit th :.'. .;cUirs; wv kept In be4 'or
i,. '.!..:;.. I'loMil JH.iKi.'il till!. I It spl-U.-r'S
ll.lv -.!.'. U iltl fcf. !! P MTC-M tO
on- t.l tin. Tl.e l'H':or's failed,
till..!) "L u- n'fc ..i:i-'.i 'itlve cum
!!( l.v euri'! mu ." w-Pen John VVuMh
"f i:.,s.(in v i 1 TujiiiH. For ec-ti-riiil,
l..i!:'-, !)Ut:i. fiiul Jiiin it ia 8U
jii i . i.ie. !''' at Ni-ivli.i li nst Co.
?;;:.,J i-;if!i w.i buy 1 i- ! its, 1 b:ii li
lnoysi, 2 fr.nii'! liinisos, ;;nnd orchu'd,
iti Htti rlslit; If taki-n fils week,
ami itHsuine . bwn of $1385. Income
from proprrty $31.00 per mouth. Loan
)id.die t.i..i iiinatn ly.
LA GRANDE INVESTMENT CO.
t i i. kin l.- .4 , a..'.'
(n quantities to suit
Truck end Transfer
0. E. FOWLER
I. O. O. Subordinate.
La Grande Lodge No. II, meets In
their hall every Saturday night Vis
iting brother cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be een at
HUGH McCALL. N. G.
OSCAR COOLIDGE, Secietary.
W. A. WORSTELL. Fin. Etc.
Foresters of Aintric.
Court Maid Marlon No. 22 meets
each Wednesday night In K. of P
hall. Brother are invited to attend.
BEN HAISTEN, C. R.
LEO HERRING, C. S.
C. J. VANDERPOEL, F. 8.
A. P. & A. M.
La Grande Lodge No. 41, A. F. &
A. M., holds regular meetings first and
third Saturdays at 7:30 p. m.
R. L. L'lNCOLN, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary. .
Knight of Pytlilaa.
Red Cross Lodge No. 27, meets every
Monday evening In Castle Hall (old
Elks' hall). A Pythian welcome to all
' J. F. BAKER, C. C,
R. L. LINCOLN. JC of R. & S.
Crystal Lodge No. 6 meets every
Tuesday evening at the L O. O. F. hall!
All visiting members are invited to at
tend. JENNIE N. SMITH, N. G.
MARTHA E. SCOTT, Secretary.
B. F. O. E.
La Oraade Lodge No. 433, meet,
each Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In
Elks' club, corner Depot street and
Washington avenue. Visiting brotherjj
r cordially invited to attend.
C. S. DUNN, Exalted Ruler.
G. E. MeCULLY, Retarding Sec.
xoncr: of final account.
Notice Is hereby given that Mertle
Aldrich, admlnlHtrator of the estate, of
M;tr A. Aldrlch, deceased, has filed
In the coui'v court of Union county,
Oreg-in, a' final account In the mat
t. r of estate, and the county court
has s; pointed Tuesday.he 2nd day
of March, 1909, at the hour of 10
oYlovk a. m.. at the court house, in
l.a Grande, i-regon, as the time and
,lai:u for heu.-lng objections to such
Jinal account und the settlement there
.f. MERT1E ALDRICH
Admlnstrator of the Estate of Ma-v A.
.Id rich. Deceased.
Motor boat racing, yacht races and
rowing regattas on Lake Washington,
will be a dully feature of the A. Y. P.
A SEXSIRLE ;
Make her a present that can
be put to every-day use. A
of combs, a Toilet Table Set of
Manicure necessities. Silver- (
backed Mirror, Brunh
.Comb, Silver Dressing
Our display uf plated Sliver- J
ware articles offers you many
helpful ideas be the Rift Intend-
t'd for any anniversary.
Phone Mpin 10"
LVnL 1LLLViniL i i-nu
Tlltlli WORK in
The rules committee and faculty
representative from the La Grande
high school to the eastern Oregon con
ference, meets tomorrow and Satur
day, met last evening and with the
assistance of James F. Wall, drew up
a set of rules and regulations to be
presented to the conference when It
convenes. Other . delegations have
done the same thing and when the
meeting is called to order, there will
be something to work with.' This was
done to facilitate matter when the
MILLER IS DELMATE TO
William Miller of this city, will visit
the Idaho-Oregon Development con
gress at Boise, which convenes tomor
row, as the official representative of
Union county. Others may attend
These congresses are always Im
portant events. The last one was held
at Vale and speakers to take part in
The Dalles, Feb. 24. Ground will
be broken within a few weks for the
rectlin of a Carnegie library In The
Mayor E. M. WlnRate received a
message from the Home Trust com
pany of Hoboken, N. ., today, stating
that the money which Andrew Carne
',U Rave to this city for the library
about a year ajto, is still available.
The contract with E. E. Angell, who
was awarded the work at the last
meeting of the city council for the
building of the structure, will be
signed by Mayor Wingate and City Re
corder J. M. Filloon as soon as a,eon
ferenee with the contractor can be
arranged and then work on the erec
tion of the building will be commenced
While the work of erecting the
building was awarded to E. E. Angell
of Portland, at the regular February
meeting of the councllmen, it was
deemed advisable to ascertain If the
money was still deposited In the
I unking institution for The Dalles li
brary before the contract was signed.
Mr. VlnBtr wire! the Trust com
pany, asking If the money was avail
able ami stated that the bid had been
accepted for the struetutre.
I'liiridn "Xi-sm Day."
Tuinpa. Flu., Feb. 25. Today the
negroes nf Florida are In charge of the
slate fair, which has been In progress
nil the -spacious Tampa Bay hotel
uionnils for the past three Weeks. On
the prngram for this afternoon Is
:iii.k-r T. Washington and other men
-f his rare wli-i have won distinction
-ml aiil.-.l In the enlightening of th.-ir
i.iii-. In the niiiiu exhibit hall Is a
department sit asi.le for exhibits of
produce ami Industrial accomp'ish
nients of the race and this has attract
ed c.-n-i l. ralile favorable comment
from visitors frm the north and west.
ro-i-:ns" edition' oct.
Oromm CnlvTity Girls 1 Tlicm
whiN Credit With Weekly.
The observer exchange table Is sup
plied with the unnual Woman's edition
.if i OiOrtftt Weekly, published b
the University of Oregon. The num
ber Is newsy, nrtisiiially arranged,
well edited and a credit to any school.
The co-eds of fhe university have
ad-ipted the practice as an annual af
fair. Splendid Interest,
Splendid interest is being developed
conference Is called and not to dictate
to the conference.
The rules drawn up last evening are
exhaustive and will serve as patterns
for a large scope" of rules. It is to be
expected that chances will occur, but
the primary object Is to form a nu
cleus with which to work as soon as
the meeting Is called. AH the schools
invited have now responded .with let
ters, saying either representatives or
proxies will be here tomorrow or Sat
that meeting were both numerous and
prominent. The Boise congress is
planned to be the beat of the year.
In view of the fact that the next
congress following the one to con
vene tomorrow, will be held at La
Grande, special nttrest centers in this
Speakers of nation-wide reputation
take part in all these developments.
in the revival meetings in the First
Baptist church. Last night a good
congregation listened with rapt at
tention to a thrilling sermon. Several
manifested deep Interest. Tonight "Mr.
Bailey will speak on "Divine Healing."
Light will be thrown on this much
mooted doctrine. Come and bring a
friend. W. H. GIBSON.
Copper ore taken from the Mac
Donald mines near Butte, Mont.,
where several La Grande people are
financially Interested, has been sent
to this city. George L. Cloaver,
treasurer of the company, today has a
sample that runs about-$30 to the ton.
It Is not exceptionally rich, as other
?rrr.;'!rs t-l:cn fiom tlic Icuse aaaaeu
considerably more. The mine is be
ing developed rapidly and each day
brings forth new Inducements for ex
penditure of moneys, in development
This is the property that lay Idle for
several years, following the lethur'gy
of the company fhat was first organ
ized to work the property. Under re
organized capital and new leaders, the
work was picked up with excellent re
sults so far. W. W. Randall is at the
scene of activities.
The Pastime theater under the new
management Is rapidly attracting more
and more attention. Theatergoers
have not seen the best unless they
see the program now running at that
playhouse. The program as rendered
last evening was a change from pre
vious nights, though the films were
not changed. The . moving pictures
are new ones and excellent.
The two teams were seen at their
best last evening and will reproduce
their clever acts this evening again.
Ed Carpenter has just returned
from a week's visit In Portland. He
found our former townsman, C. W.
Nelson at Vancouver as roadmaster
for a portion of the North Bank road,
and his son, Charles, a art assistant
, $6.00 Size for R00 .
7.00 Size far 5.00
8.00 Size (or 6.00
THIS WEEK QHLY
ADAMS AVENUE ' -
We have conducted a
La Grande for many
bs Si reason. A trial
Accuracy the Key Mote
When you are installing a refr plutnbinrj
system or making the minutest repair. We
do this at the time you want it and at prices
you can afford to pay.
BAY & ZWEIFEL
2U. DEPOT STRH1
"Tastes Lilte rials'
Said ft BWtoi little Kir! wtio trlod :t on
but cikiM. It friitea lil uiail oil utl
ktuiU ot bread and oakM.
lfl a (i lleinu b!uod of SucarCane .
Syrup, Corn Syrup, Hooey Had
M aple Syrup
Yir roeer hm it n.k hlni tntiar
bm to gel c.it-uut Wild Animals tree.
The Towle Maple Syrup Co.
WHY NOT TRY
Gives prompt and positive relief r
ev-fry case. Sold by druggists, Rrlce
11.00. Trial package by mail 10
Williams Mfg. Co., Props.
For sal.- by
A. T. HILL. tru5K.t.
BCSSEVS HACK LINE.
Best of service. Day and
Night. Hacks furnished for
4 funerals and private parties. 4
Baetrage transferred Day and
Night and Sundays.
4 Stand at Paul's Cigar Store.
'Phone Red 241
Night 'Phona Ma.n 25.
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Easy Prices on Records.
The Bramwell Music company is
laundry business in
years. There must
order will explain
selling Columbia 10-inch disc records
for 5 cents each.
( hanged His Location.
All parties wishing a first-class
workman to repair their watches and
Jewelry, will find O. M. Heacock lo
cated with Carl Bros., at Huelat's 1J
stand. Repairinr done promptly tf
DO YOU KNOW :
that your title is gocd? I
An abstract will tell you I
all about it and it may be I
to your advantage to have
cone made. You cannot
afford to take chances.
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