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I LA GKA1)E, UNION COUNTY, OREGON.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1911.
Society atid Clubs
.; . Miss Ivy Elia.i'beth Long, daughter
f Ut. and Mrs. W. D. Long and Ed
ward Alexander Culp of Portland,
were married last Sunday (evening at
o'clock cat the home of the brido
"with fclmple services, witnessed by
at few of the bride's most intimate
Vfclcads. Dr. J. D. G Milan, the officiat
es minister used the ringcereniony
(la 'performing ! the nuptials, .'and all
the while soft strains from Rubem
. atela's Melody in F, rendered . by
JSrs. McGuire, who also rendered the
- j wrf&ng . mrac-h from Mendelsohn
satins to the lmpressivenees. The
i or! do's go wd was exquisitely pretty
at thanrpogne . marquisette in a
;,Tlreneb drape vr tannee sole, trim
' med la silk Amerioaa lace and orua
' xuented with certuae spangled braid. At
; the tlose of the ceremony and subse
" raut congratulations, a two-course
f Taint heou was served la Russial syle,
Ms: and Mrs. Gulp left on the even
ing train Tor ; Spokane and other
: points. They will make their home in
Portland wbene Mr. Culp Is head
quartered while acting in the capacity
at train Auditor or the O-W and 13
well known to local railroad , men.
. The bride, a daughter of La Grande,
Ik every sense of the word Is a' tal
ented musician, and for the past
six years bos officiated as organist at
tba Methodist church and has a host
I f trfends , in this, her f home v city.
. Guests from out of town who. attend
ed were: Miss Addle Kriappeir of Jos
eph and Miss; Spookendyle of Hot
' A golden wedding auniversary -a
rere occasion fa any community was
celebrated ' last Thursday ' afternoon
- ry pleasantly from, 2. until 5 . when
Ifl. end Mns.. Merrit.t RovnolHa wata
wt w u h! f,ifl-., t.i.!Belden(and Dr.
J . . ' . '': ' ..V.
jfiomo on Adams avenue, a very enjoy
ahie afternoon, ' marked " by stories
and reminiscences ; that made pleas
ant the function In honor ( of . the pbp
.y"Tw couple; who .fifty: years ago Jha.
ry were married at, their home In
Iowa. Those 'who attended 'the eele
ci BTserott were: Meadames Richardson,
laesen,.. Cherry," Curtiss, Barnes,
motor. Pajpe. hran;''lfle7astr'
srs. and Mesdames McKennon, Glass,
and daughter, Ellis, Tllton, Snook and
daughter, Slater, Scroggtna, R. E. Rey
nolds and J. E. Reynolds; Misses N.
Hunter, Carrie Hunter, OHie Slater,
and Pearl Harrisou; John Nelson and
daughter and Mr. Stanley. ' r
A company of merry people agree
ably surprised r Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bankson Monday evening at the home
of Ford A. Ellis, 1701 Washington
avenue. A pleasant evening was spent
In conversation, the relating of exper
iences and the telling of stories: A
unique lunch was served at the close
.of the merriment. Mr. and Mrs. Bank
son came to visit their daughter, Mrs.
Ford A. Ellis, about three month3 "ago;
m.wi&s their Intention to remain in
La Grande for about six weeks but
while here they formed many excell
ent friendship ties. , The 'surprise on
Monday evening : was the result of
.these unions. Mr. and Mrs. Bankson
and daughter Edna returned to' their
home in Dorchester, Nebraska, Tues?
day evening on No. 18. They have been
exceedingly Impressed with the un
limited advantages for the young man
of . push and determination, ' in this
valley. Mr. Bankson la a wealthy far.
mer of Nebraska and his ; judgment
concerning opportunities is well: foun
ded. He will take with him exelent
Impressions of Eastern Oregon. The
following parties were present:' Mr.
andrMrs.;M. Reylds,, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Glaass Mr. and Mrs'. Geo. Til-
Ralph and Mrs.' I.'.R,' Snook, Mr.' and
Mrs. Paul Bankson and daughter Edna
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Mrs.; J. w:: Mc
Allster, Mrs. Jas.' Hough, Mrs." V.
; Judaon, Grandma Richardson, Mrs.
H. L. Underwood. '
"A very; pleasant farewell surprise
party was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Thomas Robbs, 101 Y. Avenue,
Monday eevnlng f in' honor ,of , tfielr
daughter, Miss Georgie, who left Tues
day evening for Portland where she
will remain for some time visiting rel
atives. The party was given by (jrande
Ronde Circle No, 47 Women of W004
by special games-ana ooth vocal and ! P. Mahafey,
instrumental music. Delicious refresh
ment were served, after which the
remainder of the evening was spent
in slcial conversation and . music.
Those present were: Earl Short, Mrs.
Short, Hattie Short, Mrs. Robinson,
G rover Ellsworth, Mrs. S. M. Stacy,
Mrs. Vanheven, Clara Rouae,. Mrs.
Lulu Jackson, Mrs. Edith Dunn, Mrs.
Hampson. Mrs. Blair, Mr. Blair. Flor
ence A. Stansfield, Chas Robbs, Earl
Lutlger, W. Stout, Chas. E. Munn of
Valla Walla, Bertha Vanarsdall, Mary
Hampson Mrs. Will Dunn, . Edith
Robbs, Mrs. Allstott, Mrs. Ellsworth,
Mrs. Richards. , . :J . '
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Next Monday night sees the first of
a two series dancing party during the
spring months by .about forty -men
of this city. The second date has not
been announced but will likely be at
some appropriate day. The hosts are
local men of the younger generation
and include the following: C. S. Dunn,
W. S. McMillan, E. Polack, W. C. Com
mon, G. J. Snodgrass,: O. Jackson, F.
L. Lilly, W. E. Gortie, J. F. Corbett.
f F. Bock, F. Dittenbrandt. H. McCall.
W. Stoddard, P. A. Foley, W. Allison,
G. M. Byrklt, M. B. ;Donohue, . C.
Scran ton, B. F. Toney) Jay VanBuren,
Ed. WMght, ,C. k Eberhart, A. W. Nel
son, A. Newlln,' E. E. Bragg, V W. B.
Sargent, R Selder, Dr. C,;f; Bacon,
Dr. N. Molltor. pr. M.'' l. Hall. Da
Lisle Green, P. s. Robblnson, W. B.
Bach, T. J. Scroggln, J. J. Carr, R. L.
Lincoln, J. E. Reynolds; A. V. An
drews, F. L, Meyers. ' ; :
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, Seven young ladles employed in the
offices of Supt.' Giles, a prominent of
ficial of .the O-W . with headquarters
at Portland, and Including : In their
number Miss' Ethel Gulllngvdaughter
or Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Gulling of this
city and Miss Blanche Cavanah, a for
mer resident of this city, will make
a whirlwind yisit to, La Grande to
morrow, They , come and go as the
special guests of Supt Giles who is
arranging their brief itinerary. -The
young ladles compose Mr. Giles', en
tire office Jorce.'.They, will be guests
of relatives i and friends' Jn the city
tomorrow and will return to Portland
tomorrow so that they can., report
for ,thelr duties the following morn
kTV?!" evening waa.made pleasant Complimentary to Mr, and
. SHOES, HOSIERY
SUITS, COATS AND
La Grande's Leading DrnGoods and Clothing, Emporium
inc itiwrix ur ttuvuiwr r rr, opera hmisf RinrK :
It bothers a enceat many merchants to Vnow rwhnt
kcop up interest. It is a little early to expect much Spring custom, and so late !
m ti.e season that talk of Winter jstuffs grows tiresome to customei-s.
j We have decided on a compromise fot this February between the store
an i our customers. We have bought small sprinklings of advance showings in
vacuus lines of .merchandise. These go ods will be placed on display and sale at "I
ovri! and each day thereafter as they arrive. JAnd the Winter stuffpardon us f : '
for mentioning it will bo condensed into bargain lots here and there at prices
iw h lower than wholesale. As the 'assortment of each- bargain lot decreases "
to an uninteresting ebb it will be thrown into another bargain lot collection it 4
a still lower price. Thus you see that ever day during February at this store
iblI?u of new ar riv:,ls and a special sale da; of banrains : .
-GREAT BIG BARGAINS. W0 will be able to tell vou specificdlVbf sonS '
of. these in our future- advertisements; ,.t whether you see it in our ad or not v
cowio to the store with the surety ;that yn; will see new arrivals nearlv everv
dav m Spring Novelties and Styles and a host of bargain lots that spell econ-' U
AM in All. we know we are in' a Dosition. and can nnrl will An iwtoi. Kt
with you for you, than any other stor within a reasonable radius of this
THE PEOPLES STORE
'V.t, :;'.'i'', -, jwh '' j v.-..
now of Portland but a few
years since reaidoota of thi3 city, Mr.
and Mrs. Van Buren entertained last
Wednesday evening' at a dinner at
which: were Sc&ted a group of fornier
boy chums, la' addition to Mr. and
Mrs. Mahafey and Mr. and. Mrs. Van
Buren. there were present Mr. ana
Mrs. J. J, Carr and Mr. and Mrs. E.
Wright A few years ago more or
f JessPat, Joe, Jay. Ed, were a bunch
of four and tne dinner Wednesday ev
ening was a reunion of old timers, to
be sure. -' '' ' ;
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The literature department met for
the Regular meeting on Tuesday" af-
1 ternoon. The Shakespeare study from
the fourth, act of King Lear was un
der, the .leadership of Mrs. E. E.
Bragg., Mrs, , Robinson gave a tiiost
ynterestlng" synopsis of the play. ' : .
Mrs. J., K. Wxlght was leader of the
psychology, tudy and gav.a a- paper
on the cultivation of emotion.
Mrs. J. D. Stout also read an inter
esting paper on "The Effect of Etno-
'ion' upon the Mind, and Body."
This meeting was one of unusual
interest'' . , .. ' ' ..'.-"' ' '
': "'Jr. VV, .;f-'.'. . ''.
The first annual roll call to be held
by . the Crystal Rebekahh lodge No.-GO
I. 6. 0. F., was airanged for last Wed
nesday evening; and,, lite the Odd Fel
lows. HhemaelVes,; Intend to-, continue
the event. At the roll call people ans
wer by letter or in person- The event
was signalized , by ! the presence of
Grand" -Master ,-H.i E.' Oollidge of this
city,' and Mrs.' Adda Grout, president
o the Rebekah Assembly of Oregon
and Orand Chaplain Mary E. Fraker
also of this city. , ' ' ';.-'. ..'
The Elk's annual, ball, to be ' held
February ?2, Is but a short time away,
and eevn at this early date, interest,
In the event has been keen. The novel,
rule' Introduced by the committee la
charge that prizes will be awarded, to
the' handsomest yet' cheapest I" gown
seen at the ball has set society. women
thinkinig real hard to devise the gown
that wll lcapture the coveted prize.
Elks from various parts of Eastern
Oregon will attend. '''r
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' Next Monday night will see a very
pleasant" lodge affair when 'the' local
Woodmen of America -will five a bas
ket social to the Royal Neighbors. All
Woodmen and their lady friends are
cordially invited to 'attend.' Special
music In the way of quartet and solo
numbers, dancing and plenty of re
freshments supplied by the baskets
will make the evening an enjoyable
Mtas Lena Jones was" hostess this
week to the La Juanesae Club. The
members met Wednesday .evening and
tbelr hostess had prepared a tooth
some three-course luncheon at ' the
home of her father, Joseph Jones. The
table and dining room were beautified
with red and white carnations and re
lateddecoTation.s.V . . . ' ;r
. Mrs.. B.' W. Noyes entertained the
New Idea club last, Thursday after
noon at her home on Adams avenue. A
few non-club members were special
gueste of the afternoon.' Light refresh-'
menta supplemented the discussion U
'?.',:.;. '. i V
;Mode..Brotherbood,j of America
members, held a very enjoyable dance
and banquet at their lodge Thursday
evening. Following the regular busl
ness eeeslon the festivities commenc
ed ' .''
r.Tk 'Pecem'-Club metiat: the "resi
dence of Mrs. RTw. Logan," 704 First
fitreet A wary delightful evening was
enjoyed by all J Mrs. John ,Theis6n
captured the rizel ''--1 'C' Ai j
, The Kffee- Klatch was ntertauied
at the; home of Kirs.' T.' 7. Scrpgjrlns,
torner of Fourth and Washlnfrton.
Mre. M. B. Donahue assisted Mrs.
Scroggins as hoetess. .
VThe Five, Hundred" CTub met at the
home of Mrs. Wm. Allisen. Mrs. J.
Van Burcn won the prize.
Directory of the Fraternal Orders
cf La Grande, Oregon - i s ;
A. F. ft A. li. La Grande Lodge No:
41, A. F. & A M, Jiolds regular meet-
tags first and third Saturdays at
. 7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. 1 M. HOYT, W, IL ; ; I
A- C- WILLIAMS, Secretar-. . ' I
REBEKAHS Crystal Lodge No. 61
meets every Tuesday evening In the
I. O. O.'F. hall. 'All visiting mem
bers are Invited to attend. 1
! MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE, N. O.
, MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Sec.
V . " Better Tbaa Spanking. -
' Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum
mere, Box W, Notre Dame, Ind., will
send fre to any woman her success
ful home treatment, with full Instruc
tions Pend no money, but write her
today If your children trouble you In
.this way.. Don't blame the chlM. tha
chances are tt , cant ; help IL This
treatment also cure adults and aged
people troubled with urine dlfflcul
B. P. O. E. Li Grande Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
; o'clock la Elk's club, corner of De
; pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In-
vitM to attend. '
DR. O. L, BIGGERS, Ex Rul.
' . HUCH McCALL, Rec. See.
WOODMEN. OF. THE : WORLD La
' Grande Lodge No. 169 W.- O. W.
meets every, second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. halL All visiting
f mebers welcome. ' i, ' . " ";
r r.- - D. FITZGERALD, C. C.
':; "''.-''- 3. H. KEENEY. Clerkl f
M. W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
: meets every Monday m the month at
the L 0. a F. haU. All visiUng
i nelghbers are cerdlally invited to
.; attend.' - - v .l
v' A. vi.-'; , L R. SNOOK, C. . ' ''
K "Vi ; . i , i .; . s-, D. E. COX, Clerk, i
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Crose
" Lodge No. 27 meets every Monrtay
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's halt)
A ' Pythian welcome to all visiting
' Knights.' '..'.'
'.; '. JESS PAUL, C C
K. JU tawuuiiW. fli. oi iu m d.
0. E. S. Hope Chapter No. 13. 0. E.
C. holds stated communications the
And f mirth Wednesday! of
aahV TTIaltlncr mamKarl rtr
dlally Invited. :'' .-'. ;-.'V:'':
MART A. WARNIC1C Sec
" PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
WOMEN OF ' WOODCRAFT Of and
Ronde Circle- No. 47 meets every
first" and third Thursday evenings
In" the month at the I. 0. 0. F. halL
'11 visiting members are welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON, O. If.
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk.
; La Gripp Conghs. l; '
s Strain and veaken the system and
if not checked may develop Into pneu
monia. No dagger of this when Foley's
Honey and Tar U taken promptly. It
la a reliable family,, medicine for all
cuugiia null cuvuu, tutu mju quickly uj
effectively In cases of croup. Remem
ber the name Foley's Honey and Tar
to rail coughs and colds, for croup,
bronchitis,' hoarseness and for rack
ing lagrippe coughs. No opiates. Re
fuse substitutes. Hill's Drug- store.
ye pneumonia leuows A tout
V, But never follows the use of Foley's
, ., . .,
Honey and Tar, which checks the
cpugh and expels the cold. M. Stock -ielli'
Hannibal, Mo.; says:VMIt beeas
all the jremedles T ever used. , I ' con
tracted a bail void tul CvUbu 'ZZZ
threatened with pneumonia. One bot
tle o Foley's ' Honey and : Tar com
plttely cured me." No opiates, : just
s reliable household medicine
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