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Directory of tKe Fraternal OrdeVs
of La Grande, Oregon
A. F. A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
1, A. F. ft A M. holds regular meet-
lnga first and third . Saturdays at
" i:3U p. , m. Xordlal welcome to all
Masons. L. M. HOYT, W. M.
A. C. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
B. P. 0. B. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock In Elk's club, corner of De
- pot street and Washington arenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
Tlt3a to attend.
DR. 0. L. B1G0ERS. Ex'ltul. i
. . llVCn McCALL. Rec. See. ,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
. Grande Lodge No. 169 W. 0. W
meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. ball. All visiting
mebers welcome, , .
' s D. FITZGERALD,; a C. '
. - J. H. KEENET, Clerk.
M. W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday ra the month at
the I. 0. 0. F. ball. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
attend. " " ;''". ' v--- '
I. R. SNOOK, C.
D. E. COX. Clerk.
European Plan Only .
Rooms 60c to $1.50 . ?
First class Throughout
D. G. BRIGHOUX.
ONfc BLOCK FROM DtPOl
La Grande, Oregon
The George Palmer:
Retail Department ?
We solicit your orders for Shingles, Rubberoid
Rooling, Deadening Felt, Building Paper.
We are prepared to furnish and deliver, material,
promptly. Phone Main 8. - ,
LA GKANDE EVENING
TO SELECT FROM; CALL
REBEKAHS -Crystal. Lodge No. 50
mee.ts every Tuesday evening in the
I. 0. 0. F. hftll. AU-'-vMtlniP- m-m.
bers are Invited to attend. V
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE. N. 0. Y ,
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Sec. '
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cross
Lodge No. 27 meets every Monday
, night In Castle hall, (old Elk's hall.)
A Pythian welcome to all vlsltln
Knights. ' 'v.;v--:.:.:-'.v;:;;
v., -:' JESS PAUL, C. C V
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. A S.
0. E, S.Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E
C. holds stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays ot
1 each month. Visiting members cor
dlally Invited. . ' - , ; , ' r.
i MARY A. WARNICK, Sec '
? PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M,!
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT -Grand
Ronde Circle No. 47 meets ever;
first and third Thursday evening
In the month at the I. 0, 0,'F,, hall
All vlsltiag members are welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON; G. M-
; -'.A LIZZIE f ELLSWORTH. Clerk. '
MM US KING
Cream of rjavana. Prince
of a Smoke. : : : ; . : :
Will Always Meet Your Taste
FflM US KING
Uptown office Main 720
Residence nhnne Main 9K
il 'UN3 OUI1
AT ONCE and GET PRICES.
PENDLETON SHOWS CUSS
wbjle locals are slumping,
visitors win out.
Gaining Substantial Lead In First
Half, Yiistors Are Safe.
Taking advantage of lose and care
less guarding and a general slump in
all departments of the game' by the
home team, Pendleton high school last
evening ran away from the M, I., A.
in the first half and then in the second
half managed to stall off defeat by
holding the JI. I. A. spurt down below
their own score. 'Over a half hour
late in starting, the game came as a
relief to the rebtless audience that
filled the galleries and once under way,
excitement wa rife. With a finished
tproduct of basketball and the plenty
of speed the visitors ran up 22 points
to La- Grande's 8 In the first half ;
due entirely tothe apparently badly
off-day by all tbe home players, and
primarily on account of the careless
guarding by the M. f. A. men. Pendlo-
ton forwards were alone a greater
part of the time and with active back
fleld men they were able to get their
hands on the ball With all together
too much frequency. On the other
nana, tne M. I. A. forwards were
guarded with such precision and per
fection that Lindsay and Geddes were
blocked at every turn. Chapman and
Boylen, the creek long distance run
ner, .were exceptionally clever men
and did not get as many goals
Chapman, stfll It was primarily his
fleetfooied olaylng 'tbat enabled' Chap
man to scor?, The entire visiting team
Is well balanced and will be a strong
contender for the Eastern Oregon and
Eastern Washington chaniptonshlp,
With the second half commenced, the
M. I. A. came back stronger and gave
a better sample of Its real ability. The
players lost their stage f fight and
guarded closer, passed the ball with
precision, and for a time had the visi
tors nonplussed by their cleverness.
And In the few minutes of their lm
proved style, the locals ran up four
teen points to the visitors' seven and
had the M. I. A. maintaned that pace
throughout the game the Bcore would
have been turned the other way. But
they, ddn't and the only satsfaction Is
that had the team worked with old
time form it would have maintained
its record for two years undefeated.
, ; Jerry Holllster met with an accident
and , was taken out within the last
,flve minutes on account of a severe
Injury to his anklet. Ainsworth, a for
mer member of the team took his
place, scoring a 'goal In the brief
space allotted to him. Prior to his re
tirement Holllster had been In every
play and easily starred for the home
aggregation on account 'of his effective
floor work. .
M. I. .A. goals fouls
Geddes, RF ........ .2 , 0
Lindsay. LF ......... . .6 ' . 1
Ban. Center...... .... 0 . 0 ;
Metcalf, RG ....0 ; 1
Holllster, LO ;. .. ..'..1 ' .0
Ainsworth, LG ,.,.....1 ; 0
Total . .10 (20 points) 2
Boylen. Forward ; . .3 , ?
Chtman. Forward . ;9 0
: Houser, C ...... .. .. . .2 1
J A. Jordan, Guard ... ,', ... . .0 : 0
C. Jordan .... .. ......0 , 0
Xtal .... ... .. ..14 (SS polntsVl,
Referee, Kimball; Umpire, Hubler;
( Scorer William Lindsepr. Tries for
free throws that were missed; Ged-
d 2; Llndsey 6; Bean 2; Metcalf. 3;
Eiglis; Tailors. To
season, viii ,
Those wanting Suit get them NOW, as vre CAN GET THEM OUT AT ONCE
Boylen 5; Houser 2. '
, Kimball fairness with the whistle
was an encouraging feature of the
visitors' performance. In : fact there
was little roughness anywhere except
that which legitimately goes with fur
ious basketball and all in all the
players and officials acted with good
decorum throughout the contest. ''
ArPLE MEN ADJOURN.
Will Meet at Walla Walla Soon to
' Complete Plans for Organization.
Unable to agree upon an Immediate
plan for forming a corporation which
would, handle the apple crop of the
Pacific Northwest; the 100 apple orch
ard owners who have been In session
for two days at the Y. M. C. A. ad
journed late yesterday afternoon to
meet in Walla Walla, February 28,
says the Oregonlan. . ,
Inability to agrea was due to the
large number of fruitgrowers pres
ent and their divergent views. There
also existed the fact .that the growers
were present In their individual ca-
paclties.and not as authbrlzed repre
sentatives of' their various associa
tions. Hence they were not In a posi
tion to bind anybody but themselves
If decisive action had been taken. ' '
A resolution was adopted which sets
forth the subBtance of the action tak
en by the convention. It recognizes the
fact that a central selling agency is
essentional to the welfare of the apple
Industry. To secure one, it is suggest
ed that all ' districts not organized
form an apple"-growers' association:
that district associations select one
delegate to the Walla WallaV meeting
and that this delegate body, small in
numbers, have the duty of organizing
and defining the duties of the new or
The value of this rop last year was
$6.000,000. , but It .will Increase rapid
ly. In coming years. ,
H. G. Otis, of Wenatchee, Wash., the
chairman of the committee of sixteei
which hafi for Its purpose the forming
of a central telling, agency
at the morning session. He said that
the committee had worked until mid
night1 and had been unable to come to
any other conclusion than that the
Portland committee did not have the
required authority, for thes were no
official delegates from the apple-grow
ers' association. For this reason, ths
committee had reached the conclusion
that It would be better to have anoth
er meeting, at which the official rep
resentatives could be present. :
I had been troubled with constipation
fop two teara and tried all of the best physi
cians in Bristol, Tenn., and they could do I
nothing for me," writhe The. E. Williams, 1
Middleboro, Kv. "Two packages of Cham-i
beilalu's Sioraach and Liver Tablet cured
me." For aale by all dealers. " '
:i : ;7 ';:;'ahd.-ra:1: ':?'
Snowdrift Floiir is t
HAY. GRAM. KED, PCULUY SUmitS, K00D
. . '
CURED TO STAY CURED.
How La Grande Citizens Can Find
Complete Freedom From Eld. -ney
If you suffer from bacache, from
urinary disorders, from any 'disease o!
cures. ,. V ; .V-;...; '
Grateful people testify. Here's one
case of it: ,.: ''-.- vJ
Mrs. William Beirdneaux, 2130 Col
orado St., Baker City, Ore., says: ''My
kidneys were badly disordered aa the
result ot a cold I contracted and I suf
fered from an almost constant back
ache. To go up or down stairs caused
severe pains, throughout my .bod? and
I was also annoyed by headaches and
dizzy spells. Reading of Doan's Kid
ney Pills, my husband procured a sup
ply and the contents of two : boxes
cured me. I sail always give Doan's
Kidney Pills my endorsement. (State
ment given November 3, 1907.)
A Lasting Effect. . ' ;
. On May 26, 1910, Mrs. Beardneaux
said: "The cure Doan's Kidney Pills
made in my case has been ipermanent.
Whenever I have the opportunity, I
recommend this remedy." ,
i For sale by all dealers. Price GO
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
. Remember the name Doan's md
take no other.
Jan. 23-25-27. .
Notice to Public : ;
I have purchased the shining par
lors ot Tom Kapella on Adams avenue.
All money due Kapella comes to me.
Please pay at once. .'. " .
A " .:. NICK STUMPAS.
CITY S CAVANGER Joseph l Turn
bull, city scavenger.- Anyone want
ing my service call up City Recor
When yoi a cold ge a boU2i p
Chamberlain's f..;h RemeO;, It will
soon fix you up ah ,i':glit and wi'i ofl
any tendency 'twnrj pneumonia. '.;,.
remedy contnir.s txt iv!tm or other narcotW'
and may ho 5-7 n .i-fidtntly to abab
ni to an arfo'.t. :, 'Vplers. ;
, Complete Equipment tor Resetting ann Repairing
? r ; Rubber Buggy Tires "
la Grande iron works
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor vr:
1 COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
Ojur Fountain will be open all
winter. IVfeaK; a nice desert
for a New year Dinner. A
package of smooth Ice Cream.
SELDERS-Next door to Post Office
tiunc viner, jusi
R ' w :.??.;." ' . -
11 li .
ijjhy pay Rent?, We loan ycc
money to build, ana yit
pay us as you would rent.
! :l:R. QUVIR.
Govers from 50 cts
L. f , Smith-La Grande
i Call Main 24, or Ind. k32i
; LET US DYE FOR YOU.
In fact the only way we live Is by
dyeing. Don't dye yourself.
It's better than dyeing yourself. ' v
V WE DYE EYERY DAY
AND DYE FOR ALL
. .Onr charge for dyeing for yon won't
be liglh. A sample Job Is sufficient
For best dyeing and cleaning have as
ELITE CLEANING A DYE WORKS,
Phone Main 64.
l uooa. Sold only by
' tM Mason AnaUe