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SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1911.
: . r.A fiRANDK EVENING OBSERVER.
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SEAT SALE SHOWS LARGE AUDI
EXE FOR PROGRAM.
EnspCTMtnutors "ond Musical Artists
. Will Render Numbers.
The world famous Dunbar quartet
I now In La Oranie, prepared to ren- j
Ier their entrrtaiunaent In the high
chool auditorium this evening. Asaj
mnsVal company they enjoy a world
wide reputation of the highest order.
"While they have mver appeared in
. JL Grande before, many local people
my nave heard them In other places
In Tormer years praise them moBt
"nifchly. Their program consists of a
TXtvt variety that la guaranteed to
please any American citizen, whether
Tie e one who loves the muses that
accompany th proper rprderinar of
classical compositions, whether he en
Soya the ever pleasing melody of the
Inra ambitious selections, whether he
Is aroused by the enthusiasm of genu
ine ragtime, or whether, If he posses
ses no ear for music, he envoys to lis
ten to an accomplish d Imoerponatnr
whose selections will appeal to 'V
"hearts of the hardest metal and, then
whoe merriment will transform the
mrost ?Tlous and dignified contlnu
mu Into a big hearty laush. This is
the last and greatest muslcl program
it tic ZZ-Z?'"- TVinbari with
their "expensive equipment Including
the 30O-bcll carillon will present their
tTWKram before a full house this even
ing bb Indicated b the board fit Sil-
werthorne's dru? store.
IMPORTANT EYENTS TO
SHIP BODY TO COVE.
Sterns Funeral Mill Be. Held From
, That Town Tomorrow.
'The remains of L. B. Stearns, the
vtrcxrtt court balll who died suddenly
rerday morning, were shipped to
'Covvthls morning and the funeral will
1 "be -sia Trotn that place his home
town. Relatives of the deceased w'P
In attendance at the funeral, cora
kLtS from Prosser and PaBco.
timvm JURT STILL OUT.
Tlar-CM""! "No RP"ort Todnjr Indtcat
1x2Ltt:ynn Late This Evening.
- "fc--I'Tteved that the grand jury
uru) i:m Hs fnal renoit this even
V-r -sun true bills have bean r turned
taiiw. nr In fact, no report of nnv
twi hoii heen made. It Is thought the
lnni'ls'tore Intend to clean up the
wot Wore It tonight and make Its
Baal t r-rt before the Sunday recess.
-irt Or It iWiTt
" Txm Remlllard. who has '"rd the
IDnttm io.itv nponv for Schl't'. bot
tle "hr that made Milwaukee famous
nnlrmdlnir the first car to!"' of t
'Wpment of thre: cars that will bo
.fltetTlbutea from this point. The bier
Vslniown bv many as the Per pf lnt
tie beers and in the future wll be re
tailed and delivered ror ramuy use.
St. Peter's Chnrch.
'Second Sundav In Let.
iti mmmnnlon. 8 a. m.'fund
wi in m morn Inn servlce.-ll
- . ariinar aervlce. 5 n. tni Servlc
raAv anil FrMav Bt 7:"0 '
' UPTON H. GIBBS.
Roos- ielt Trio. Society Yl'eddlngs and
ImMortint National Topics.
Washington, March It. The Im
pending extra session of congress and
the outlook for the Canadian reciproc
ity agreement will continue to absDr'i
public attention. Many of the senators
and representatives who have followed
the example of the president In tak
ing a short vacation since the adr
Journment on March 4, will be back
l.i the capital by the end of the week.
Col.: Theodore Roosevelt will spend
the early part of the week in Texas,
visiting half a dozen of the chief cities
of that state. Leaving Texas he will
sprnd the T.ater part of Wednesday
pud Thursday In Albuquerque and will
then proceed to Arizona, where on
Saturday he will attend the formal op
ening of thi great Roosevelt dam.
Secretary of Waf Dickinson Is
scheduled to sail Monday from New
York for Panama, where he will spend
ten days lnsnectlng ' tho work en tlu
Argume nt In the famous "tap line"
cases will begin before the Interstate
Commerce commission In Washington
For the first time In the history of
the staie. uh vomcu t"
who desire to vote, will be given an
opportunity to argue the question be
fore a legislative committee at Har
The marriage of Ogilen M in hem
son of Ambassador and Mrs. WhUela1."
Reld, and Miss Helen Rogers will be
rolebrated Tuesday at Racine. Wis.,
the home of the bride-elect. Another
notable wedding of the week will be
that of Countess Margot von Barold-
lngen and Samuel Norris, secretary 01
the United States Rubber, company.
which will take place Saturday at the
npme of the bride's mother in Newport.
Events of the weeK that win interest
followers of snort and athletics will
Include the annual power boat rfgat-
ta at Palm Beach, the championship
tournament of the Canadian Bowline
association at Montreal the annual
winter meeting of the National Asso
ciation of Amateur Oarsmen in New
York, th? pu?Illstlc contest between
Ad Wolgast and George Memslc in L03
Angeles and the contest netwe n
Packy McFarland and Owen Moran in
In financial and railroad circles con
slderable Interest is manifested In the
annual m eting of the Missouri Pacific
ralway. which will be held Tuesday
Ir- St. Louis.
Br'g. Gen.' Charles - L. Hodges. In
command of the department of the
lakes, will be placed on the retired list
of th armv Monday on account of age,
Ca Monday France will observe the
second centennial anniversary of tho
deat'j of Nicholas Desprenix. the
French poet and translator, 'r!?nd of
Racln j and member of the French aca
On Sale for Two Hour After Supper
E FAD OS
READY FOR A JOKE.
The Customs Official Had a Sense ef
In the smoking room of the Hotel
des lies Brltiinuiquus at the lovely re
sort of Mentone, on the French Ri
viera, some three years ago two Eng
lishmen met. After half an bourns
conversation the Englishman from
Society and Clubs
j Shamrocks and good old Irish mel- Tb.9 program follows:
odies will be In vogue Friday
lng, March 1
Society will oreacnl a nroeram him-
Manchester sold. to uls new acquaint-, ,nR cn R ,rm011g , ftura ent,tled ..Tk3
ancerom London: Land of Music and Song," by the Rev.
"I say, old fellow, would you mind Father Fleming who is touring East
taking a small panel for me to Paris ern Oregon at this time In the noted
nfi i,v u Cont fn tht. ,i,i,.OHa tiiom? I chapel cnr. This lecture will deal with
:.."".:'."; , i the ok" -lelofl of the C ltlc race.
It is a vdl known fact .that the Celts
were one of the nrsc io master iiitiu
and melody In their songs. The lec
turer will x;-'aln the develciment of
Celtic mi'flc rd I'lustrate with olanc
accompanlmev i. This masterpiece on
Irish melodlev "ias ben cUl'vered. b?
fore the Actor ' club of London an I
In Ner: fl In Bath , verywhers
with great su r-'ss. In addition to
the address by father Fleming who
won for himself i great deal of popu
larltywhlle he: i a few weeks ago.
ther? will be a program, the follow
ing being a part:
Celtic Airs La Grande Band
Irish Song .......Miss Etta Foley
I'm leaving for Milan In the morning."
The Londoner willingly consented to
do this much for one of his country
"Awfully good of you. I'll have the
boy take the parcel to your room In
the mornlnrr," acknowledged the Eng
lishman bo-.:1, fcr Milan.
In the mi;:ulng the package wasnlcft
at the other's room.
"So that Is what ho calls a email
parcel," be ex'-da lined, -."And what
might It contain? A package of such
size the custom officers would certain
ly want opened. What cigarettes Ond
suited and the following were his
guests: Fred Densler, Arthur Cur
tlss, P. A. Foley L. D. Sullivan, E. L.
Main, Dick Kelley, Ed Conley. Lea,
Ferguson. C. A. Allinson and Al Heu-
let. . .
Summervllle,March 11. (Special)
Want V. WnntloU nnrl Mlsa Alary
en- lolin solo , Louisa Kouscn E Sanderson, two hlzhly respected
when St. Mary's Altar Chalk talk Milton Stoddard young people of Summervllle, were
Mandolin sclo James uorDett married at the hom: of the bride, sun-
L. H. S. Echoes Willard Carpy day afternoon at 5:15. Rev. H. P. Pet-'
Vocal Solo Olive Massee erson, pastor of the Methodist Epis-
Recitation ..Ethel Wilspn copal church at Summervllle, per-
Recitation Hilda Anthony formed the ceremony. Near relates
Recitation ............ .Mirlin Batley cniy were Invited to the wedding. The
Critic Miss MacMillan couple will spend thelr honeymoon
visiting -with relatives at Asotin.
" i imm- Metnnriv neonie nave oeen wasn. , v
having a busy week. To begin with, j -
the M.thodist Brotherhood men made wedding that will eclipse In fash
a night of it last Jue3day. There was jon any marriage of recent date in
a program Interlarded with .toothsome Hllgard will transpire tonight when
viands, post-prandlal wit and wisdom, j. jj, Haas and Mary McDanial will be
and a heart-Joining tijne. Instead of united in marriage. Invitations for a
3,000 of thorn! ...Is It possible that any jTrto ....Piano
one cou'. l ln:vc the. audacity to ask
such n favcr to smusslo 3.000 ciga
rettes Into Frnive! vThut chap shall
pay for this, for I shnll dorhra these
cigarettes and have them' to be called
for when the duty Is paid."
The Londoner left Mentone that aft
ernoon. The following day ho was In
rarls nt the Gare de l'Est. his luggage
ready for examination. '
. "Arything dutlablf?" asked the cus
"N'othlng." replied tho Englishman,
"excepting In that parcel there." ,
"What does It contain?" -
"Three thousand cljrnrettes," saidtbo
Londoner, with a umile upon, his face
a smile of embarrassment nt having
such a parcel with hl:n.
The Frenchman raised his hands in
the air and laughed heartily. ' He, too,
was ns ready for n good joke as any
one. aud on earli piece of tho English
man's luggape went his O. K. cross.
Hardly realizing what had happened,
Irish Melodies .Mr. George Hennessey
Duet .... Piano
Chorus Sev-al Young Ladies
The program will b: delivered at the
L. D. S. church.
Erla Ca:!ock entertained
the popular "Young People's meeting"
In Wednesday evening, the Epworth
league varied matters by providing the
public with the ever welcome Polma-
large number of friends hav; been Is- "
Last Thursday evening about 20
!LeLS.!S-, .e.r8l Knights and Pythian sisters surprised
t a . f t a 9 1 Y- .
f rmay win db ceieoramu m ousiou i t , , ,.tj i,ir, in
as Evacuation day. the annlvesrary of ; lAoun found hi use riding In
the evacuation of the city by the Brit- a taxieab along the streets of Tarls
Whatever you need In this
i line we can supply, very rew
Kfnrea in th country have so
complete a line of syringes as
we rarry. It includes an Kiuia
li JIard Kuhber Sj ring's.
Ear nnd Tlcer Sjflngis.
Our bulb, fountain and com
bination syringes are bought di
aettly from the makers and y.n-
will always find this stock fresh
lsh In 1776.
Among other matters that will fig
ure more or leBS prominently In the
news of the week will be the opening
of the annual live stock and hor.se
show at Fort Worth, the opening ot
the Pacific Land and Products exposi
tion in Los AngekB. and an Interstate
conference of the sea Island cotton
rowers at Waycross, Ga., to consider
nlans for Increasing. , the price of the
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned J. J. Carr has been
duly appointed and qualified, aa Ad
ministrator of the estate of W. L.
Touey, deceased; and that all persons
hsvlng or claiming to have claims
with the parcel of .1.000 cigarettes un
der his arm and nothing left to do but
to deliver it ns he bad been asked.
Grill Furniture Arrives.
P. A. Foley, proprietor of the Foley
hotel, received the furniture for his
new grill last evening and work will
begin at once on rearranging the In
they "pull;d oft" was a "full-length
social on Friday night where the La
dies' Aid found out how long every
one Js for this world and taxed them
accordingly. That was one time when
all were not equally pl. ased with their
length of living: the longer the worse.
Nobody knows what's coming next
among ' them Methody folks."
As the day approaches for the Tues
day musical recital in the Arcade the
atre. It becomes nior: and more ap-
number of h r pupils In an Informal E:in VhUJ5-WlLl.5r,fri5 JIZ
lence. The chorus of 20 ladles' volc?3
wav Ijtst evening at her music studio.
At the close of the program dainty re
freshments were served. Mrs. Carlock
was assisted by Mrs. C. S. Col; and
Mrs. iJ. F. O'Connell The following
piano 'numbers were given:
Silver Threads Danks
,i Two pianos, Irene O'Connell and
Boating Party Fink;
under the direction of Erla Carlock,
will b: the central oortion of the pro
gram, yet there will be a literary de
partment of much value and worth all
augmented by musical solos and other
feature numbers. The ladks behind
the recital give their highest stamp of
apnroval on the program's grading
jand music-loving neo jle will find Bomoj
Mr. and Mr. John Frawley. cards
were played until a late hour and re
freshments came In due time and In
Mrs. Brown was hostess Wednesday
afternoon to the New Idea club. A
very enjoyable afternoon was spent by
thos: In attendance.
The Decum, Five Hundred and the
Bridge clubs are three afternoon asso
ciations that did not meet this week.
Mrs. McDonald and Miss Nell Young
will have charge of the Tuesday Musi
cal program next Tu-sday afternoon.
Mrs. A. W. Nelson entertained the
La Jaunesse club Thursday evening.
Petit Elude Bartl:tf, esi 01 "e 101 ia,ei 1
Fern Geddes ithls clty r: presented on the evening's
Second Valse Jensen numberi. Further announcement of
Hel n CUtrrev. the date wln be made later.
Lullaby .' Weber!
Minna Ash. 1 Saturday evening a surprise party
New Collier to Be HutlL
Mare Island, Cal.: March 11. Orders
to begin construction of a new collier,
to be called "Jupiter" and to cost $1,
200.000 have Just been received here
from yashlngton. Commandant Os
terhaus of th . Mare Island Navy yard
Immediately Issued orders for begin
n(n nnnfltfnnttnn nf tha vpnnpl. Plnnfi
against said estate, must present Uie for6the blg Bnlp wera prepared last
same, properly Itemized and verirl d. I year, but actual work on the v:ssel
. Margaret Moore.
Etude Veloclte . . i Czerny
The following members of the class
w.-re present also: Helen and Luclle
Pierce, Mildred Oliver, Gertrude
Moore, Naomi KIrtley. Nora Arbuckle,
Lillian Baker, Marjorle Sllverthorne,
Florence McLachlln. Ceclle Lily.
The Junior Sophomore Literary so
ciety of the La Grande high school
gave their monthly program before
the student body of the school yester
day afternoon. Over a dozen visitors
were present which is the greatest
number that have attended any of the
programs this semester. The enter
tainment given by the soclet- was ex
ceptionally fine and the critic's reiort
by Miss MacMillan contained many
valuable suggestions. The various mu
sical numb rs were, all .accompanied
b" ti rhorlster. Miss Buna Bacon.
Wright Drug Co.
with the undersigned, In la Grande
Oregon, on or before six months from
the date of this notice!
Administrator or the Estat: of W.
L. Toney, deceased.
F. S. IVANHOE,
Attorney for Administrator.
First publication March 6, 1911, last
publication Apr. 3, 1911.
D. Mch 6 -13 -20- 27 Apr. 3.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice Is hereby giv;n that the ad
ministrator of the estate of Mons Mor
land, deceased, has filed his final ac
count and the County Court of the
State o Oregon for Union county
has fixed Tuesday, the 4th day of
April, 1911, at the court house in I.n
Grande, Oregon, as the time and place
for hearing any objeetl"ns thereto,
and to finally settle sal destate.
Dated at La Grande, Oregon, this
the 25th day of February, 1911.
J. J. CARR.
Administrator of the estate of Mons
Moreland. deceased. '
Feb. 27 5t
.a held up by the navy department.
Sunday. Early mass at 8 a. iu.; late
mass at 10:30 a. m.; Sunday school at
4 n. m.: Benediction at 5 . m. Dur
lng Lent: Wednesday at 7:30 i m.;
Friday at ":ZQ V- n.
was given in honor, of Mr. and -Mrs.
John Adams at their home in South
La Grande. A delightful evening was
spent and at a late hour a luncheon
was served. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. John Onla and daughter Im
ogene. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Montgom
ery Mr. and Mrs- W. S. Monfomerv:
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Crandall: Mr. and
Mrs. Will Candell and Mr. and Mrs.
, One of th; most pleasant meetings
of the Kaffee Klatch this year was en- (
joyed last evening when Mr. and Mrs. :
George T. Cochran and Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Cochran entertained the Kaffee'
Klatch at the home of the former.
Eight tables played five hundred and
Eugene Selder won th? men's prize
while Mrs. Walter L. Reld of Tellru-1
ide, Nevada, won the ladles' prize. '
L. Remlllard vi3t last night at
the Foley hoM gr.U to a few of his
men friends when he entertained at
dinr-er. A very ""'"able affair re-
Edison "The Doctor"
Sellg "Rival Dramists"
Urbin "Washed, Ashore"....
Urbin "Wood Carvers"
Cowan, Pianist and tenor solo
ist. Greenaway Drums andef-fects.
Admission 10 cents
SEE OUR NECKTIE
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is h:reby given that James
C. Mclntyre has been duly apuolnted.
ond has qualified, as the Administra
tor of the estate of Frederick B.
Small, decH8c-d; and that all persons
hiving claims against said estate
must present the same, properly item
ized and verified, to F. S. Ivanhon.
at hU office, In the city of La Grande,
Union county, Oregon, on or b.fore
six months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
The first publication of this notice
Is Marrh 6th, 1911.
JAMES C. Mclntyre,
Administrator of the Estate of
Frederick B. Small, deceased.
F. S. Ivanhoe, Attorney for Admin
istrator. Dly-Mch 6-13-20-27, Apr 3.
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