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Friday, February ll&, .I!927 PL.00S FOR R00JLWAT . MERGER L N:00gE ,+ Greorthern-Nohevn Pacific Cnsoiidation is Ready ; for Approv:a,I Ner 'rork.--Merger elf ',file 'Northern Paelfix:. and Great Nerthern railway OOmlmmlos was decided upon defizite- ly by the committee wtHch has :be, on considering the deal nd a complete phm 1or effecting the lHfication !has been ;drawn up for submission to the Y Interattto commerce omnmission .and the st,ekhohlers of botJh Toads. k This .was announced Wiondaynght by th committee in ,charge 'of the merger,,'composed of George :F.'Baker, chairman; ; Arthur Curtis.James, dep- uty chairman ; J. P. Morgml, !Louis ,,VS. :Hill d Howard Elliott. The ;raerger plan recorrmtended :ky the committee provides for the crea- tion of:)a new company 'WhiCh will lease ie properties of Itbe Northern Paclftc,'Great Northern .unit the Spo kane, Portland & Seattle Rahway, com puny ad operate all three lines aS one syetem. The cs.0ltdatton ,ale0 lnelude Tthe Chicago. Burlington :& |1 **+++++++++++++++++; ; AT THE CHURCHES : .-+ METHODIST EPISCOPAL Sunday School at 9:45 a. n. Morning'Worship at 11.00 . ,m. Epworth;League at 6:30 p.,m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 .p. ,m. Prayer IHeeting and Bible Study 7:30 p. m.,'q_:hursday. Everybody welcome. " Roy. J M. IIixson, Pastor. THE M'ENNONITE CHURCH Rom. 1:16 "For I am not ashamed of the gosptl of Jesus Christ. For it is" a power,of God .untt  saleation,, to every one that behave n. This is the gospel we believe and we preach. " Sunday school 9:45 a. m. German services 11 a. m. Every other: Sunday C. Z. 730 p. m. English services every other "Sun- day 7:30 p.,m. P. A. Kliewer, Pastor CHURCH OF THB NAZARB Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Regular semdee 11 a. m. and 8p.,m. Y. P. S. 7,)p. m. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. We&nesday Mrs. J. 'M. Stephens, Pastor ST. MARY'S .CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass 9 a. r unday in Momao. Second mass!in Duvall at 11 t. m. Roy. Wm. Chaput, Pastor: 4, ) V Quincy,-now owned inttty :bT the Great Ierhern and :brr.hern :Pacific The committee Irolas tttmt . the mew con/.pany shah leae the 'lines involved ti the merger :and exchange its stock hare for hare for stock of the Northe,n Paciii and the .Great Northern. /,.s soon as fficenL de- posits on :Stock have been :mate, the committee )ll apply $o the :interstate comerce,ommissim or pproval of the leases ',d of  acqa(isitlon ,by' the new operating crmpany of }e stocks ef'the,d we nortexn cmpanies. The plan is, consideralfly Sinplified I owing to rthe fact Eaa ach ,of the northern .companies ha outstanding .only one claus of stk. Under the plan the share of e'ac cmpan,y ard SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH Sunday school t 9:45 a. m. Sermon at lls00 a. m. Y. P. S. meetings, 6:30 p. m. ",Sermon 7:30 p.,,m. rayer meeting every Wednesy 7': p. m. "Every other Sunday, English SeT vice at 7:30 p. m. Ray. E. A. Ohman0 Pastor ,' CONGREGATI(PNkL CHURCH 'Morning service :at 11 o'clock. Evening service ad Y. P. C. E. t 7:30 ,IP. m. i Ray. A. lrl Lee, Pastr i WIFE AND HUSB2k,ND  ' BOTH AL WITH GA$i "For years I had gc,on the stem- given equal treatnmnt :n their ex-i tch. Te first dose of Adlerika change hare flaw share 'f- ock ini helped. I now sleep vlLand all gas ",he new company. The stock tn tth e J' .,g2n', lit aJs helhvusbn; sew comlmqy Wl have votlng ,|ts '' ....................... " '" . ' ' '[slmonful..P, dlerika rem GAS and  [qften brings astonishing xlief to the sn,n =m)=mm .... [stnach. 'qtops that llll, bloated 1HIII;H II'AJI I HFMilN/ /feeUng ings out old, v,s mat- lltVII ,1 PlY| iiLlUtl|J [ter you nc'er thought as, in your #|'|llW" s a, nan=.= /a ]system. A4|erika is wnd&rful for UA I|lm'l IN MAmi/00 'Jchr"ie co00tip,ation. Camp-Riley M,VUI IIJL IDrug Co., Matures. #,lma--5 miles Paei'c 1Power Manila.,tarvested without rev:tat-_-i-t line" xtensious  made s he w$ :at tget practice with ;[!lnst ;etr. " ls company f he :31st Infantry at os Banes, rvate ames C. Pre Pend 'Oreille unty roads mved: as positively identified.by army a-i'$$#90 :aniksu :lational F@,st re- 'hrttles as Hg )D'.aremont, one  veiS 'last year. - e three D'Autnvmot rothers, hunt- natdhe--Nolh Central ,dh- d .Inee October :I, 19I, for the hold. ingh aple shil)ments during ';Be- mp f a Sotheaa Pafic train in em)g" were 1117 cars. $hern Oregon $.nd  murder of Y'ta  Best inigation storable thr trainmen a4 a ma clerk, for years s )ported Zrom mount D'$utremont w$ found s a private dfrit. in  ,company, $1t infaa'cy, at Los Bano, near Manila. He w serving Mayfield -- Local cmmery ships lander {the alias of James C Price. two carotids 16 bl2erri to He enllsted in Chicago on prll 22, Clevelal, Oh'to.. , , 1934, ad arrived in the Phippines t lassificd [ been excellent. His age is about.20. The tlree men are charged ith both first degree murder and tottery llliflll|llilUffJImllH|HllflUl! of United States mail near Ashll, WAN TED Ors., on @tober 11, 1923 The me killed were C. O. Johnson, Ashland, WANTED--Three to fivcre rane brakeman; . F. Daughtrey, Portland. near Monroe, will sell three acre mail clerk; fftdney L. Bates, Dunsmuir, ar Carnation, pFice $490. John Nel- Cal., engineer and .Marvin Sang, b. sol Carnation. 48-2t* land, fireman. WKNTED---Some one in Monroe to Bates and Svg were shot to death cae in home for seven year old e the bandits stopped the train, girl. Address Mrs. Elsia Huer Dqherty died In the explosion as they blasted the safe and Johnson was killed in a haud-to-hand fight. LIOUOR BILL IS SUBMITTED Measure Would Control Distribution of Medicinal rum. Washington, D C.--Some Important changes in the treasury plan for manu- facture of medicinal spirits, to be sold on prescription in those states which permit druggists to handle liquor, are proposed in a new bill submitted to the house by Representative Hawley of Oregon, who is chairman of a sub-com- mittee of the ways and means commit- lee delegated to work out legislation under which the provisions of the Vol- stead act regarding medicinal whisky van be applied. Hawley's bill would authorize the or- ganization of a corporation to buy up all existing liquor now in government warehouses. This corporation, which would be controlled by the secretaries 9f treasury and commerce and the sur- geou general of the public health serv- ice, would also regulate distribution of medicinal spirits and engage in manu Iacture of new whisky to replenish the present dwindling stocks. Idaho Solons KI]I Bank Guaranty Bill Boise, IdahoThe bank guaranty fund bill offered by the democrats and progressives was killed without print- ins by the lower house of the Idaho legislature. The oleomargarine bill. progressive platform plank and pro- poed' protection for Idaho dairy farm- s wre killed. The senate killed s bill passed by the house requiring 10 days' posting of marriage Intention be rO the Jsstmnee of a lleensa. General Delivery, Monroe. FOR SALE FOR SALE--tandar make pi.ano in vicifity will be sacrificed. Mus sell aO once. $10 monthly. Write W. A. Sipprell, Piano Broker, Box 543, Seattle, Wash. 49-2t I FOR SALE-#Good hay. :E. A. Chan2-' ler, phone' 14-F-4. 49-1t* FOR SALE--Modern five-room house four lots; some fruit; necessary buildings; cash or terms. O. P. Balp one block south of Main on Kelsey st. Call evenings or Sundays. 48-3t* FOR SALE--Two lots off Main .st. on Blakely, with SO-foot front. Will sell for $800 or build to suit pur- chaser. One acre cleared with five room house on Columbia st., sell for $1800. C. F. Elwell. 47-if FOR SALE CHEAP--One portable Brunswick photo>graph with ten re- cordts, new. Dorothy Lobdell. 483t  FOR SALE OR RENTPlace known as the Harry Sargent farm. R.D. Henderson, 1446 Corliss street, Se- attle. 48-2t* FOR SALE OR TRADE--House and two lots on corner. Will trade for acreage. A.H. Jacobeon, 408 west Main street, 47-3t FOR SALEStory & Clarke piano, excellent condition; beautiful wal- nut case. Call at 234 Ferry street or phone 1763. 39if FOR SALE--White Minor'ca Cock- erels, pure blood. If crossed with White Leghorn, produces larger bird and larger egg. P.H. Calligan, Puy- allup, Wash, R. F. 'D. 1. Box 78. 33-49 FOR SALE24 hea of good young horses and harness, 1200 to 1700 pounds, from my ranch in Methow Valley. Every horse works single or double. ,Very reasonable prices. Come anS' see the,e before buying. THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe, Washington Page Seven 8-room house, in goo eondition, on South Madason. 4-room house, on Freemont, east of public schodl. Farm located northeast of Sultan, on Winters Lake. 18 acres at Sultan, 2 acres Cleared; 5-room house. 14 acres on Woods Creek road; small house, city water. 58 acre going :randh on Snoqualmie river; modern '9-room ihouse, farm stock and! hoasc hold! goods. 5 acres, chickens md !berries; ,dose to high sehoeil. 5 acres on pavement; under cultiva- tion; 7-room house; city water and lights. 22-acre farm; Tua]eo Valley; nearly all improved; 8-room house. 109-acre ranch on Snoqualmi river; 60 acres clear; 2 dwellings and good barn; will sell ,with or without stock arid farm madhincry. 2 acres, a mile Out on Woods Creek road; good house. An acre of land with 4-room house at Carnation. Will sell for $1,100. See W. J. ;IIAMS Lieused Broker lallan I 1429 Bro 'v=d,ay, Everett; Box 102, ]the same, duly verified, on said ad- Pinehurst, W+ashington. 49-1t ministratrx or her attorneys Cole- I "----f ! -- -- iman & Fogarty, 16-21 Walsh Block, , _ , FOR SALE--Jersey and.Guern'ey Everett, Washington, and file the amsogra cow; french last week; eght yeat;s same with the clerk of said Superior p|| oldt Swan M Johnson, Ingram. Court with the proof of service, with- mUllmmtllmminmmflmmmll Hill, Woods Creek road. 49-1' in six months after the date of the first publication of this notice or rux z--natcmng eg'gs zr m *h ........ ;11 o  ....  Receive g o, o d salaries, good laying stock. Mrs. H. .T.  ......... "'.=wrAn Keech, pho,,e 36-J-4. 49-3t -- ..... X'dm[nisrri' with pleasant work and P FOR ar.. 7 oo- ,o,orn ho-sc" First publication February 11, 1927. .... ---- ......................... 2 - excellent chance for pro- good condition; 3 acres of: lan0; as puoncauon reeruary za, x z. fruit and berri'cs, es00 cash, balance ----------, motion to high positions. easy terms. House suth of grade ......... 11 sohool. 49-2t+ E.T. BA S C 0 M [[ We have many positions  ,. LA.W YEa , [] open for young ladies to 5-room modern house on Hill street. Practices i_n__ AI.1 Courts I[ assist with housework iI1 ! ___.. ..L__ ! iW 7-room house, in good condition, Monroe, Washington il North Madison street. 1 exchange for room and Large house on Columbia; easy ' board and small wages terms.  - 5-room modeJ'n house, North Madi- -- while attending school. son street. W.J. WILLIAMS MISCELLANEOUS 2RBERING--Now ene .uf the high- teat paid professions$ ,$30, to $60 per -.wek, the year roul. .Easily and ,quidkl" learned:. Wrte at once for catalog. MetER BA.BER COL- J.,EGE, 223 Oecidenta enue, Se- 'fle, ',Wash. General Insurance Busine Notary Public and Licensed Real Estate Broker Hallan Building  Blakely St. Office Phone White 819 Residence Phone Red 1122 G. F. COOK LAWYER Notary Public 321 Stokes Building Everett, Washington ,/ PERCY P. COOLEY, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Monroe Phones: Office 2021; Res. 2022 Office Over Fret National Bank Building SUMMONS the .Superior Court of the State ,of Washington in and ,or the County of Snohomish. Wr'iam ,G. Brown, Plaltiff, vs. W. . ,James and Jane Dee James, his w'Jlfe on .January 14th, t99t, and' alao the mnknown heir of amy of ead, ants deceased, "Al '11 oth- Write today for iforma. tion. Success Business College Vashon- Puget Sound Power & Light company improving trans- missivn lines to gravel pits on Maury Island. YOU don't have to tell Suds to "get a move on." Just phone us that you want us to call for your laundry and we wi?l send rig'ht around to the house. This is an cbligi.ng sort of a shop, where our patron's work is well done, delivered with ',+oed arl,] our charges are quite modest Look Fro" Suds & Duds MONROE LAUNDRY Cor. Ann and Fremont Sts. Phone 1641 DR. A. M. ZAREMBA Dentist Monroe National Bank Bldg. Wood DR. 0. W. ROBEN II Dentist [I llloff Block, Me.roe !J Coal |, X Minard Allison, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office at Monroe General Hospital ereltmgSpe, rs:a.y Orright,partiestitle,mimowneestate, Phones: Office 231--Ree.__1741 one 1 Ikm r .lnmrest in the IadS ie- i .L in compla0000 | adv "tu antiff's   any ,ud qpon plaintiflff It T Daily Deliveries II I I thereto. Defelants. No.----------. Whipping Cream that will Whip ]l [ I The Ste ,f Washington o ,he All Onlers Promptly Filled [ill ltr rl said dts d each of :: i Milk fromT B_TestB Tested CowsCows [I m Ivm00nr00o , summoned  alar withm mt"ty: Telephonel Monroe Ilil o r , (60) days Uer the date of the first,, "  l! ( pUpa i :nmnanx sublieation of gJais ummons, to-wR::i[ : Im ,a v,aalaa 3 dthin sixty () ,d. after the lh][ ........... II[I -- -- dy of Jantmr, 192,7, snd defend te [] O.H. BAKmMAN Ills aove entitled  in the =abve]il FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ills eattled court, and .anmrer th,. com..[|] lmnes." Office t: Hou 693 [llm p ,laSt of the plah.tiff znd serve a Ill ---/,=t Serv|e. IIII eopr of your answer npoi the under-/11 -Gh-'Wh IIII signed attorney, fOr th+ plaintiff at Ill ...... " ..... II III their fiee below stated, sl in case #  [m of your failure so, to do dgment i'' __ will be rendered against yo accord- [('-',.] ing to. the demand of the complaint, m[ :. 14:. P'I]rclv  rlR II T . T T  "7  whichof saidhacourt.been filed w.h the clerk II - .... II Let us uo zour t'rlnt That the object and purpose of this II -- Tel$hone 131 -- II ---- action is to quiet title in plaintiff II Sohomih 6mee- Phone 42 li ii -- anti to remove any cloud that may bt I[ Mnt,nm Whlnt. ,,,II on the following described premises,  " ......... ---"-- ' to-wi: Lots five (5), six (6), seven  T T (7) and eight (8) in block three (8) , : I  [ t of Queen Ann addition to the City ]1 //     of Everett, said county, and to ob- PLUMBING OR SHEET !] w w m m m tain an order and decree of said METAL WORK  & 1  1 court to the effect that you and eaeb of you hve no right, title, claim or THEDINGA HARDWARE CO. interest in or to said premises or Mom'oe L [THm" ,r any part thereof, and that you wit I be forever enjoined and' debarred from asserting any claim whatso- ever in or to said premises or any W:E part thereof adverse to plaintiff' . , ownership. Date of first publication, January +"'+' ' Compan), COLEMAN & FOGARTY, j.%r. Attorneys for Plaintiff. -t/ot" W.4rCHA'' Office and Postoffice ,,+oN.o= w.., Address, 16-21 Walsh Blk.. Everett, Washington ' First pub., Jan. 14,1927. TwoDeliverie, Dally-- 1 Telepho 201 Last pub., Feb. 18, 1927. Have Your Milk Delivered Two Deliveries Daily-- r( NOTICE TO CREDITORS MORNING AND EVENING In thb Superior Court of the State of W.A. N I 0 K E L Washington in and f" the County Phone 471 ": Monroe ,of Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of Anna ---- C. Sorensen, Deceased. No.-- f'  Notice is hereby given, that the NO. 1 Common Dimension ............ $16.00 to $18,00 per undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the es- tate of said dceased; that all per- NO. I Common Shiplap and Boards ............ $18.00 per M sons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve th same, dfly verified, on said ex- ecutrix or her attorneys, Coleman & lses) $1,0 -- $,50 -- $.0{} NO, 1 Common Small Timbers ...................... $20.00 per ;t Fogarty, 16-21 Walsh Blocl% Everett, Washington and file the same with 0. . WILLIAMS, 3eweler the Clerk of said Superior Court Monroe " Wahinto No. 2 ovon Dimension 8 to 20 ft ........... $13.00 per bI wih proof of service, within six "' months after the date of the first J.J. mv publication of this notice oz" the same P. Ke.) No, 2 Common Shiplap and Boards ............ $13.00 per M will be barred MARGARET CARMIcHEAL, Executrix. First publication February 11, 1927. Floor) Drop Siding and Ceiling....$10.00 per M and up Last publication February 24, 1927. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Cedar Siding ............................................ $6.00 per M and u In the Superi" Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Snohomish. In the Matter of the Estate of John Special bargains in odd lets. W. Mareho, Deceased. No.- Notice is hereby given, that the. undersigned ba been appointed and has qulified as administratrix of the estate of said deceased,: that all  =' , SHIN(LE MOULDINGS LATH' 'rsbns having claims against said Wlk&,mmm',,,ll " deceased are hereby required tc serve T,, 0,