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Directory of the Fraternal Orders
.-j. of La CmrnJ. Orasrma
A. F. A. M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, i F. ft A. It. holds regula; meet
tags first and third Saturday at
7:80 p. m. Cordial welcome to all
Masons. I M. HOIT, W. M.
A. & WILLIAMS, Secretary
B. P. 0. E. La Grande Lodge No. 433
meeta each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock In Elk'a club, corner of De
pot atreet and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are, cordially In
" Tltect to attend.
II. J. RITTER, Ex. Rul.
H. E. COOLIDOE. Ree. Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
Grande Lodge No. 169 W. 0. W.
. meets every second and fourth Sat
urdays at K. P. hall. All visiting
mebers welcome. , ,' :
D. FITZGERALD, C. C. -J.
H. KEENET, Clerk.
M. W. A. La Grande Camp No. 7703
meets every Monday ta the month at
the I. 0. 0. F. hall. All visiting
neighbors are cordially Invited to
attend. r ;.-:'.
I- R. SNOOK, C. '
' D. E. COX, Clerk.
REBEKAH S Crystal Lodge No. 5
meets every Tuesday evening In th
I. 0. 0. F. hall. AH visiting mem
bers are Invited to attend.
MRS. XATIB ARBUCKLE, N. 0.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, See.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Red Cro
, Lodge No. 27 mes every Monti)
' night in Castle hall,' (old Elk's hail. s,
A Pythian welcome to all visiting
Knights, i ., . .' : v .
JESC PAUL, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, M. of 11. A 8
0. EL -.8. Hope Chapter No. 13, 0. E
C. holds stated communications th
second and fourth Wednesdays o!
eacb month. Visiting members cor
CARRIE B HUNTER, W. M.
MARY A. WARNICK, Sec.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT Grant.
. Ronde Circle No. 47 meets ever,
'first and third Thursday evenings
In the month at the I. 0.0. F. lull
All vlBltrsg members are welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON, G. M. .
LIZZIE ELLSWORTH: Clerk,
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"The Sqnaw Man" is In the city today and he will be here tonight when
that production Is given at the Steward. There are but a few good wats
left and there will be, a nice big L onse when the curtain goes up. This
14-one of the fiticctacular scenes.
PAVING FEVER IS
IbrMiclielin and all ptner Envelopes
The majority of motor'
ists throughout the world
are satisfied users of
Michelin Inner Tubes,
They are the best judges.
IN STOCK BY
DITTEBRANDT AUTO CO.,
Washington Street, La Grande.
MACADAM AXD UITULITHIC ' WAST.
ED AT VARIOUS PLACES. .
Grout Hulk of Business Transacted at
special Council Meeting.
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Complete Equlpmcnt'JoriResetiing ann Repairing
Rubber Buggy Tires
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor
COMPUTE MACHINE SHOPS AND FOUNDRY
R. solutions and ordinances galore
were naflSfirl kt thn annrial nnnnlnn of
the city council last evening. Pav- I
lng contracts were rounded up and
completed, new macadam districts cre
ated, new bitulithic msiritts me
nrfillmlnarv stena takpn. annnlntmnnta
to vacant and new offices were mada
besides considerable routine work
transacted in what was the most fruit
ful session In some time. Things mov
ed with a vim. . ,
One of the . imuortant rnmiminira-
tlons read was one from W. M. uaru-
sey who pointed .out his interpreta
tions of the legal steps necessary In
the matter of pavln" and the writer
BUrfly retustd to pay certain assess
ments tacked to his property for the
paving of Fourth street. The com
munication was a l.ngthy one and
went Into the legal phases of the work
The bill held by Contractor C. T.
Darky for constructing cement side
walks on Jefferson between Fir and
Greenwood waa ordered nald. Th
commute inspected this work person-
Irrigation ditches and sewer pipes
conflict with each other at a point near
the septic tank an dthe ways and
means committee will remedy the trou
ble Immediately. It may be necessary
to syphon the sewer pipe to allow
the Intersection with the Irrigation
Sixth Street Work Closed.
The ordinance authorlzine the may
or and recorder to enter into a con
tract witu the warren Construction
company tor the paving ot Sixth street
was lniroaucea, reaa, reported ana
Hoiin Meilng on ruvements.
Mnvin? hnuaea nn navrrt Rtropta was
made prohibitive by, a measure intro
duced last night. The paved struts
ar to be ustHt by huiise movers only
wheu an unpaved street a route, would
be urohlbltlve in coat andVxnenaA. Thn
I details of this ordinance will be pub
j lished in t'.ue time.
I mv i.rade on Sixth.
. Ciiunges In the grade on Sixth street
were made last night. The new grado
Us to provide better facilities for pav
'ing. Commencing at N avenue Iherb
is a perceptible change and at M ave
nu.. going south towara the sharp In
cline the grade assumes a 5 per cent
pitch ; at the valley between M and L.
a 10 per cent grade to L avenue, near
the court house. This ordinance was
, reported favorably by tin committee.
Greenwood street from the O.-W.
tracks to T avenue is to be paved with
macadam If the introductory resolution
last night prevails,
Cement walks will be built on Mon
rof from Fir to Snriir
The resolution of Intentions to im
prove Washington from First to Fir
street with bitulithic pavement was
pas3ed last night and commissioners
appointed. This entails the paving of
Subdivision of paving district No. 1,
west La Grande, took up considerable
time and notices will be served immed
iately to allow for the lav nnvprn whn
desire to object to the Improvement a
meeting two weeks hence. On motion
of Councilman Church the revised
lilans and specifications for the west
L,a uranae Bewer project were adopt
ed and these plans provide for sewer
pipes taking alley courses instead of
streets, xnis necessitates the re-ser-
vice ot notices. Rights of way for the
eewer lines In the alleys have already
been secured. The original district
known as No. 1 has been divided and
e principal part of the west part of
the city is included.
More Macadam Soueht
Taxpayers had a petition with the
council for macadamizing North Fir
street from J.e terminal of the bitu
lithic pavem.nt fo Z avenue and work'
to accomplish this will be carried out.
L. M. Hovt. assistant wntar anna.
Intendent. will also
plumbing Inspector In accordance with
the new plumbing ordinance. His a-u
polntment was presented last night by
Mayor Richardson and atlfled by the
council later. The same course was
taken In connection with the night po
liceman to fill the vacancy caused by
the removal of Mr, Porter. Ed Brady
was named and appointed.
Cross sewers, where intnraopH.
will he made with Main avenue and
Mxm street, win be built by the War
ren" Construction company at a cost
10 n;r cent &bov thn art
There the three of these on each of the
two streets, and to avoid tear-inr nn
the pavement when tha regular sewer
contract W let. the paving people un
der direction of Mr. Jones, the city's
representative in tne matter will mere
ly build that part of the cross sewers
Opening Yakima Division. "
On Friday. March 24th, the O.-W. R
& N. will open Its new branch from
Auaina to North Yakima, and will
un a through train dally between
Walla Walla and North Yakima, leav-
lng Walla Walla at 9:15, arriving at
North Yakima at 3 : 09 p. m.
Returning train will leave North
Yakima at 8:45 a. m., arriving In WW
la Walla 2:30 p. m.
In addition to the above service mo
tor cars will be run between Kenne-
wick and North Yakima, and between
Grand View and North Yakima, also
between Jlidvale and Sunneyslde. Con
nections westbound can be made with
Washington D'vlslon No. 8 and main
line No. 5; eastbound at Walla Walla
with Washington division No. 7 and
main lin No. 18.
For .more complete information as
to train service on this branch, call on
any local agent of the 0.-W. R. & N.
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affected by the pavlnp.
Mnln Street Contract let.
The Warren Construction -nmnnnv
got the Main street project with a bid '
of $2.00 a square yard. The ordinance ;
utuuiKiue mo uiajur niiu recoracri
to enter luto a contract with that com
pany, was read, referred and finally
passed, so that there are 110 more de
tails to b; carried out on either Main
or Sixth the advent of paving Is the
next course. i
Only one councilman waa absent !
Hobert Flnley of the Fourth ward.)
Mayor Richardson, Councilmen Davis.!
Orvls. Church, Mackey. Dunn. Fleming I
and Lodsgon reported present at roll!
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