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LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911.
JUBY LIST OUT
m if m if r
Directory of the Fraternal Order
of La Grande, Oregon .
A- T. & A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, A. F. & A. M. holds regular meet
ings first and third Saturdays at
- 7:30 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
: MaBons. L. M. HOYT, W. M. -
A.' C. WILLIAMS, Secretary. -
REBEKAH3 Crystal Lodge No. fc
meets every Tuesday evening in th
I. 0. 0. F. halL All visiting mem
bers are Invited to attend.
MRS. KATIE ARBUCKLE, N0.? .
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, Sec ;
B. P. 0. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
.meets each Thursday evening at 8
.'. o'clock In Elk's club, comer of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
! Visltlnj brothers are cordially In
, tlted to attend. , , .
DR. G. L. 8IGGERS, Ex Riil. - '
HITCH McCALL. Reo. Bee.
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
- mebers welcome.
D. FITZGERALD, C a r
J. H. KEENET. Clerk.
M. W. A.--La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday ra the month at
the li 0. 0. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
I. R. SNOOK, C.
' D. E. COX, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Crow
- Lodge No. 27 meets every Morwtaj
night in Castle hall, (old Elk's LaZL)
A Pythian welcome to all vistt&i
Knights. u; " .vf f.;". .,
r. JESS PAUL C.C.
R. L. LINCOLN. M. of R. ft 8.
0. E. S.-rHope Chapter No. 13, O. E
C. holds stated communications tb
. second and fourth Wednesdays of
: each month.'. Visiting memhehrcor
dlally invited!- --,V H ;V'-; :':
, MARY A. WARNICK," Sec. , '
PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
WOMEN OF : WOODCRAFT Orano
Ronde Circle No. 47 meets even
first and third Thursday evenlngr
in the month at the I. 0. Cv F. hall
All visiting members are welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON, O. ML
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH, Clerk.
FAM US KING
l had been troubled with constipation
for two years and tried all of the best physi
cians in Bristol, Tenn., nnd they could do
ilnthins; for me," writes Than. E. Williams.
Middleboro, Kv. "Two nceknees of Cham
berlain' Hioreach awY Liver Tablets cured
me,", For sale by all dealers. '
SOTE SATISFACTION, BUKVIXG
QUALITIES AND FLOATING AROMA
OF A FAM US KING II AY ANA CIGAR
SATISFACTION OR, YOUIL MONEI
BACK. YOU AEE THE JUDGE. NO
. FAM US KIM '
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Yoiir Om' Shoes
Made New, at the
Shoe Repair Shop
. Prices Lower ,
Quick Service , .
GIVE US A
108 ELM ST.
NEXT to CITY HALL
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Q One-Piece Frock Popular ,.. "O
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New '.York, Feb. 22 One piece
frocks are undoubtedly popular, but
that does not mean that blouses will
be out of the running during the com
ing season. glance at the advance
displays in the fashionable shops will
dispel any erroneous notion in tkut
direction, here have been pretty
blouses in other seasons, but never
were they more charming than at this
time. The most adorable models may
be found' in the big shops and their,
prices vary a great deal according to
the materials and trimmings used.
' Last year a touch of color crept in
to many of the blouses and this year
the color note is even more pronounc
ed. 'the result being extremely' at
tractive. Last summer the color ele
merit crept lnt6 white blouses through
the, medium of embroidery or in the
fine Imported cottons and linens in
which a colored d"jlgn appeared on a
white ground. These effects are again
shown this season, but something new
er is the little yoke or hem or inserts
of fin"; s, cotton marquisette or voile
In color, a French blue and soft pink
being the coloring most often repeat
, One sees such models everywhere
and with lnnummblfl variations. One
pretty white mercerized cotton In col
ors will work wonders;' silk of tho
coarse strands used in all branches of
decorative work, gives a delightful
Names t Jlcn Who Will Art ns Jurors
Iickei and 'Announced.
Public announcement of jurors for
the pending term of court has been
made and the following men have been
notlflsd that they are supposed to
serve in that capacity. ' -
B. E. Slack, Sunimervilte; If. L.
Lovan, Cove; R. A. Olira, Elgin; Jno.
P. Welch, Union; G. I. Wade, Sum-
srr.iio; . bo omuu, ivnion ; vv m.
Westenskow, Imbler; Charles C. Pat
ten, Elgin; J. P. Trlppeer, Cove; J.
W. Thornburg, Elgin; Don D. Turner,
La Grande; Chas. E. Wilson, Elgin;
J. R. Prke,;La Grande; Wm. Web
ster, Imbler; Franklin Truax, Kamo
la; Steve Gardner, Medical Springs;
Wra. Coughanouer,' North Powder;
Selgle Coffan," Medical Springs;' P. L.
Smith, North; Powder; Chas. , Conkey,
Island City; D. W. Sanford. Hllgard;
L. 'CL-. Grout, La Grande; Fred Syn
horst, La Grande; Wm. G. Sawyer,
Hot Lake; J. B. Robertson, Starkey;
J. L. RItrgs, North Powder; E. S. Nor
rls, La Grande; P, S. Robe-rtson, La
Grande;' M, D. Sanderson, Summer-;
vllle; Jesse1 B. Paul, La Grande; C. C.
Penlngton, La Grande.
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From the Middle and Eastern portions
of the United States and Canada to
OREGON. WASHINGTON, AND THE
, NORTHWEST", ' .
will prevail DAILY
MARCH 10th to APRIL 10th
i -l. ' over ne , - .
Railroad & Navigation Co.
and connections, the
Oregon Short Line, Union Pacific and
' Chicago Northwestern
... -. ' '. .-. , . ........ v ', J '
Chicago at $35.00
St Louis at $32.00
Omaha at ... . ... ; . , . . . . . . .125.00
Kansas City ai :...;.....,... .$25.04
St Tanl at $25.00
and from other cities correspondingly
;, Toa caa PKEPAY Fares
The Colonists fare are westbound
only, but it you have, relatllves or
friends or employees in the east whom
you desire to bring to this state yoa
can deposit ; the - value of ; the fare
with your local railroad agent, and an
order for a ticket will be telegraphed
to any address desired..
J let the WORLD Know '
Of our; vost resources and splendid op
portunities for '. - ,
, HOME BUILDING '
Call on,; the ; undersigned for good
instructive -Matter to send East or
give him the address of thos to whom
you would like to have such matter
sent..-' ; r -.'.v ;.:' ''.- '. .v-
: General . Passenger Agent .
; Portland, Oregon. ;? v.
Rums Escapes Jail,
v . Pendleton, Feb. 2a (Special)
Render? d desperate by his confine
ment and the 'belief that he might
have to pay the penalty for murder,
John W. Burns, . the man who shot
Conductor D. J. Reader last Tuesday
morning on a dining car at Lewlston
Junction, escapEd from the hands of
the law at Colfax Monday night about
6:30 by digging a hole through th9
wall of the Jail Just above the floor
and crawling to freedom in the outer
Burns did not take the other prison
ers, among them were thrt charged
with murder, into his confidence, .but
conducted his escape alone and un
Bided, and un to a late hour last
night had not been captured.
Detective Pluver, the man who first
arrested Burns was In Pendleton yes
terday and has furnished the officers
here with a good description of tho
man. j' - "
Morp Cholera Feared
Naples, Feb. 2a A violent recur
rence of last season's cholera-out-rence
Qt last season's cholera out
break m southern Italy is threatened
with the; first warm weather. There
have been a'few caseB of cholera in
Naples all winter and other diseases
are also prevalent. Experts admit that
this summer's oulbri-ak ' may prove
serlouB. Precautions are being taken
by the authorities to prevent news ot
the actual situation from becoming
known abroad. Telegrams regarding
the cholera are bdng held up by the
censors and newspaper correspond
ents have b,een warned not to discuss
tion regarding the
, , Joseph,, Ore.
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. Chinese are Aethe. '
Victoria, B. C Feb. 22 With over
$2,000 already collected to aid their
starving brethern In the Anhul dis
trict of China, local Chinese are con
tinuing their campaign to raise more
funds In the Oriental quarter. The
money will be cabled to the Red Cross
Society at Shanghai.- It Is understood
that Chinese throughout Canada and
along tin1 Pacific CoaBt of the United
States ar collecting relief funds al
so". . , ' ' ; : ,
: . JUST OPENED :
Shining Parlors, Cigars, Tobacco, Fresh
, . Fniit, Candy, Freeh Popcorn
241 Depot Street La Grande, Oregon
New Bishop of Leavenworth r
Leavenworth, Kas., Feb. 21 Many
dignitaries of the ' Roman Catholiq
church will (be In Leavenworth tomor
row to assist at thi consecration of
the Rev. Father John Ward as bishop
of the Leavenworth diocese. Mgr Dlo-
mede Falconlo, the papal delegate at
Wlashlngton will bfflciate, assisted by
Archbishop Glennon of St Louis and
other prominent prelates. Father Ward
who, has been pastor , of a . church In
Kansas City, Kas., succeeds the Right
Thomas F. Llllus, who recently was
appointed coadjucator Bishop of the
Kansas City diocese.
1 FARQUHMSOWS wncH; Room
Clam Chowder, Chile, Fruits, Cigars, and, ;Tobaccoe
t AH kinds of Fresh Can Lunch Goods v
. , Federals are Deserting.
El Paso F b 21 With resumption of
through traffic on the Mexican rail
road a train crew brought the news
that six thousand Insurgents are scat
tered throughout southern Chihuahua
and Durango. They are divided into
small bands and are marching to
ward Chihuahua. Many Navarro sold
iers are .without shot and In poor
condition according to deserters hero
today. " , - , .
Degree for German Ambassador.
Washington, ,D. C, Feb. 21 Count
von uernstorrr, tne German ambas
sador to the united States, Is going to
Philadelphia tomorrow to deliver tho
convocation day aaaress at tne uni
versity of pnsylvanla. The Ambas
sador will speak on the subject of
"German Social' Ideals." , :
Swedish Lutheran Conference;
Marquette, Mich., Fiib. " 21 Mar
quette Is. entertaining for seeral days
a notabl gathering of Swedish Luth'
erans, the occasion being the . flr
general meeting of the new Superior
conference of that denomination, The
territory of the new conference com;
prises the whole of the uppet penin
sula of Michigan and northern Wiscon
sin,' which were formerly embraced In
the Illinois conference. .
Kaiser In Public
Brlln. Feb. 22 To counteract ru
mors that his health Is seriously lm
paired, Kaiser Wllhelm yW showing
himself in public as much as possible.
He1 has so far recovered from his rec
ent illness tyat hi physicians allow
him to spend all the time he wishes
outdoors although every precaution
is being taken to prevent a recur
rence of the catarrhal trouble and se
vere cold that caused his illness.
Throughout the empire, reports that
the kaiser was In a very serious con
CURED TO STAY CURED
How La ' Grande uwens, tan nna
Complete Freedom from Kidney V
Troubles. ' ;,
If you -suffer from backache ,
From urinary disorders., s
From any disease of the kidneys,
Be curt id to stay cured.' , .
Doan's Kidney -Pllls make lasting
cures. - , -..
Grateful people testify.
Here's one case of It: '
Mrs, William' Belrdneaux. 2130 Col:
orado St., Baker City, Ore., says: "My
kidneys were badly dlsord ired as the
result of a cold I contracted and I
suffered from an almost ' constant
backache. To go up or down stairs
caused severe pains throughout my
body and I was also annoyed by head
aches and dizzy, spells. Reading of
Doan's Kidney pills, my husband pro
cured a supply and th contents of
two boxes cured me. I shall always
give Doan's Kidney Pills my endorse
ment. (Statement given November 3,
1907.),. '' ''.' ;:'
J A Lasting Effect "
On May 26, 1910 Mrs. Beardneaux
said: "The cure Doan's Kidnw Pills
made In my case has been permanent.
Whenever I have the opportunity, I
recommend this remedy." ' i
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