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Page Four THE MONROE MONITOR--Monroe, Washington Friday, April 3, 1925 WASHh00GTGN STATE BRIEF NEWS ITEMS Pricipal Events of the Week Assembled for Information of Our Readers. Clean-up day was observed at Lind by order of Mayor W. H. Grob. A meeting of Clarke ccunty Hol- stein breeders will be held in Van- couver, April 2. The first meeting of the Whitman County Methodist Laymen's associa- tion was held at Colfax. All wheat seeding in Adams coun- ty II finished. Farmers say that the soil is in better shape than for many years. Committees of the Centralta cham- ber of commerce are working out plans for a gala week April 7 to 11, inclusive. Joseph Semler, age 69, for 40 years a resident of Colton district, died t the Celfax hospital from cancer of the stomach• John Lonnroth, a sailor in the worhl war, was operated uvon at /Valla Vaila hospital• This was his 88th operation. L. S. Brockway, a bookkeeper, was arrested at Seattle on a charge of em- bezzling $47,000 from three real es- tate concerns. More than 250 delegates attended the fifth annual convention at Seattle of the Retail Credit Men's association of the Pacific northwest. One full carload of bees, about 2,- 250,000 arrived at Walla Walla last week for Carl F. Buck, who is running a bee farm at College Place. Mrs. Margaret Rider, 28, died at Vancouver from injuries received in an automobile accident on the Battle Ground highway near Orchards. Elmer Mauhart was convicted at Seattle of first degree murder for kill- ing Mrs. Lillian Helen Morley of Vic- toria, B. C., in a taxicab February 1. For the third time within three years patrons of the Selah school dis- trict will'vote April 4 on issuing bonds to erect a $75,000 high school build- ing. Directors of the Yakima commer- cial club have authorized a member- ship meeting April 15 to vote on re- organizing the club into a chamber of commerce. Heavy oil and gas showings have been encountered in the well of the Columbia Basin Oil company near At- talia. The will has reached a depth of 3450 feet. A conference of representatives of each state hotel men's organization on the Pacific coast has been arrang- ed to take place in Tacoma on May ÷+÷÷+÷÷÷++÷+÷++++++ ÷ 4* + PERSONAL + ¢÷÷÷÷÷+÷÷++++÷++÷+* Mrs. Eliza Malone was an Everett visitor last Saturday. J. E. Hamilton and E. H. Streiss- guth made a business trip to Seattle  Tucsday. Little Bobble Nelson and Harold McCord, of Wagner mill community, are reported on the sick list. Theodore Brown, who is employed at Eagle Fans. spent the week end with his family near Monroe. Miss Fae Herley from Bdlingham was a week enS', visitor in M.cnroe at the hcme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. F. Herley. J. P. Herley from Maple Valley, spent Sunday at his l'rome in this city. Joe is engaged in the logging business near that place Undertaker E. L. Purdy was called' to Skykomish Tuesday morning to take charge of a case and made the drive by aubomobile. Mrs. Byron Parry and daughter June, from Kirkland, are visiting in Monroe this week at the home of Mrs. Parry's sister, Mrs. Handley. Mrs. Augusta Hallan, who was quite ill for a few days, is so far recovered as to be about her house- hold duties as usual. Attorney E. P. Walker of Seattle, was a Mnroe caller Tuesda.y He looks well and reports Mra Walker as likewise. O. E. Williams resumed his duties in his jewelry store Saturday after a month's absence account of sick- ness, and is looking very well after such a protracted siege. Miss Nova Main, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mair of Rockford, Ill., is the dancing teacher at the Wash- ington State college, Pullman. George and Leslie Main of Monroe are uncles of hers. E. A. Ross, of Minnesota, who has been visiting at the home of his brother, A. G. Ross, left last week for St. Helens, Oregon, to visit with other relatives. The remains of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Thayer of Skykomish, whose death occurred on Tuesday, were brought to Monroe, where the burial was made on Wed- nesday, of this week. F. J. Barlow from BeIlingham, was here on a short call at the home Swanson of Chicago, a livestock died February 28. Scab has broken out in sheep be- longing to Dr. A. Z. Thompson, be- tween Presser and Grandview. Steps are being taken to prevent it spread- fag to other flocks. Alex Geyse, Mrs. Freida Geyso and Joe Trtnko, all of Clear Lake, are dead as the result of what the police be- lieve was a double murder and suicide 17 and 18. Mrs. G. M. Hlt, and little daugh- Clas Swanson, 67, of Ritzville, tnher- ter Eileen, returned to Seattle on ited a fortune estimated at nearly $1,-lnday after the week end at the home f her aunt, Mrs. C. Trotter; 000,000 when his brother, Charles L. also Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Troter. after secretary, Margaret Bascom; ,Lulu Lillemoen. f.r. and Mrs. Joe Waggoner returned from Seattle to ]o.nroe to again take up residence here and in their home on Ferry street. Andrew Olson is serving as meat cutter and salesman for the Mc- Allister market. W. J. Ricketts, the florist, was a Monroe caller Thurs- day. Mrs. George Shay viMted during the week at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Jack Pease of Bremerton. Mr. a,nd Mrs. J. W. Crow are now living in the Dubuque house on the corner ef south Lewis and MacDoug- all streets. of his son, C .L. Barlow, on his way down to Portland where he will visit I Mrs Fred Woodland and little son for a little while. I Jack. "of Mt. Vernon, were guests Coo Malone came down from the I ath the Fred Culver home on Sunday. U Saturday evening for a short visit I A W Stuckv lost his Chevrolet athene, rurnng to Seattle Sunday [car on Saturday night, it went in ernoon. o nas oeen nara a iIorlthe ditch on the Florence road The sme :imhnvtram  for member- I gas line broke and the car cafight v_ , y. aseoan eam, ]fire from the exhaust pipe, com- aa nopes to make tne grace. I pletely destroying the car. Mrs. H: M: Webb, for a f ew weeks I Mr. and, Mrs. Wallace, from Seat- a gues a me none oI nor uaugher, ,tle were week end o,osts a+ the Mr ' "- s. C. L. Barlow, left for her own Ibnrn r{ Mr t] M-¢ t TM .... We+_ home at Grant's Pass, Oregon, Men-'_'\\;""/2_272" -," "77: .... . "/ • ., . . un, mnrtm, lne laules are sisters. day mormng and val mslt on the way down, for a few days, at the ++÷÷÷÷÷÷÷÷+÷+÷÷÷÷4 home of her son at Camas, Wash. ÷ A2÷THEyHURCHE" +++++++++: Lulu LiIlemoen. The following offi- Subject, "Why I am a Church lYfem- cers were elected: President, Eva bet." Hollier; vice president, Shiela Lewis Evening, study and discussion club several weeks spent in Monroe as guests at the Carrie Trotter home. George Johnson left last week for his ranch home ear Omak, where his family have been during the past wirtter, while Mr. Johnson was plying his business as house-mover on this side of the big stone wall. George is going to help get his crops in and' may come on the west side again for resumption of his work here in as- sociation with his brother John. lIrs. Florence Fleming, of the Monroe General hospital staff, visit- ed last wek with her family near Bellingham. Mrs. N. H. Thedinga and Henry Thedinga, visited in Monroe last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kelley, of Se- attle, and Robert Kelley, of Sno- qualmie Falls, were guests at the R. L. Kelley home the first of the week. Mrs. A6olph Stebbler and daugh- ter of Seattle, were wek end guests at the H. M. Mclntyre home. Mr. and' Mrs. W. S. Mullen ,of Seattle, visited over the week end with Mrs. J. H. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robertson had I as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Dave Eckert. Dr and Mrs. O. Anders and daughter, Mr. and' Mrs. Dan Young and A. J. Wigmore, all of Seattle. Mrs. R. 1. Brown spent Tuesday in Seattle with friends. Fae Ierley, of Bellingham, with her brother Joe, .of Renton, visited at the G. F. Herley home over Sun- day. Mr. a,nd Mrs. E. M. Stephens, Miss Gertrude Stephens and Miss Mary Margaret Herley motored to the site of the Sol Duc well on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Evans and little daughter Doris Ann, of Seattle, are visiting in Monroe this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Swanson autoed to Everett on Monday, Mr. Swanson to buy Holeproof hosiery for the J, E. Wood firm. while Mrs. Swanson visited with her sister. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Regular service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. Rev. E. D. White, Minister. SWEDISH MISSION CHUR(H Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Sermon, 11:00. Y. P. S. Meeting, 6:30. Sermon, 7:30. Prayer meeting every Wednesday, 7:30. Every other Sunday, English service 7:30. Rev. E. A. Ohman, Pastor. THE MENNONITE CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Classes in German and in English. German preaching, 10:45 a.'m. Christian Endeavor every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m., in English and in German languages. English services every Sunday, one Sunday at 8:15 p. m. after C. E following Sunday, 7:30 p. m. We preach Christ crucified, buried, risen, ascended, coming again. The Saviour of men. P. A. Kliewer, Pastor. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary's church, Monroe, at 9 o'clock Sunday, April 5th. Usual Lenten devotions at 7:30 p. m. on Wednes- day and Friday evenings. There will be no evening service Friday, April 3rd. Rev. Robt. Dillion, Pastor. CHURCH OF THE NAZARINE Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Young People's meeting, Sunday, 6:45 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH in a residence at Aberdeen. Miss Rose Dillon, sister of Roy. Two men, armed with sawed-off Robt. Dillon, a'rrive in Monroe Mon- day evening via the Milwaukee Ry. shotguns, held up an employe of Miss Dillon, who will go into the Armour & Co., meat packers, in an practice of her profession as nurse outlying district of Spokane and es- in Everett, arrived in New York caped with a payroll of $5000. some few weeks ago and since then mad'e visits with relatives and friends Heavy court dockets resulted In in that city, Blooklyn, Niagara Falls, Judge J. T. Ronald of the King court- Chicago. Miss Dillon gra.dated a ty superior court asking Governor short timeago as registered, nurse Roland H. Hartley to assign Judges from a Dublin, Ireland, school. from other districts to King county. Claude Faulds has purchased a John P. Mark of Seattle, a world new Huds coach, this is a very fine war veteran, died from injuries re- car, and Claude should' not have eeived when an automobile in which much trouble in the matter of speed. he was riding plunged from the Men- Marie Beck is owner of a new tesano-Aberdeen highway near Aber- Buick sedan, some fine looking au- deen. tomobile. Lumber sales for rail delivery for Mr. Lawson, who for the past four the week ending March 21 set a new months has been keeping books for high mark, according to the weekly the Nugent Chevrolet Company, has accepted a position in the local trade review of the West Coast Lure- office of the Union Oil Company. bermen's association. The sales total- ed 2068 carloads. Mrs. C. E. Gustin, in Providence hospital, Everett, for some time, is A power development on the Toutle reported quite ill, which news the river in Skamania and Cowlitz coun. many friends of this excellent lady ties is proposed in an application for will regret to hear. He rcondition, a preliminary permit filed with the however, is not serious. federal power commission by Dr. Hen- Born to Mr. and Mrs. George ry Waldo Coo of Oregon. Botmd of Park Place, a son, April Elmer L. Smith, Centralia attorney 1st. All co,ncerned reportect doing disbarred by the state supreme court nicely. February 24 on charges that he ad- Here is an item of news that ught b L e is pro.try safel.y to be f more interest than most of vocated I. W. W. principles in viola- rrenc. M oo cti i'l s ous p. use ox nm appenm- the stuff that is printed in our lion of his oath as an attorney, has s  hess wmcn necesaraea ,an tdailies, in DesMoi,,oo Ta fo-r filed a petition for rehearing. f:ja:lon for the removal of the of-Ithousmad citizens have'bouncl ' them- e o g organ Fire at Yakima destroyed a loading " I selves together for a year of intense platform and ice conveyor of the Ya- Dr. Durrant of Snohomish was a! ive study of the religious problems Monroe visitor Wednesday wi+] 1, ias these problems are related to kima Artificial Ice & Cold Storage Lu..,, and Allison. I present day condztmns. We. heard. company and a heater house owned Mr. Russell Callow, the umvermty by the Pacific Fruit Express company, John P. Heintz, son ofN P Heintz / coach say at the Men's club, how es- with a total loss estimated at $20,000. of this cit- was marriec[: Saturda,, l sential religion and the church were , #, . . March 28th to Mrs E M 'Hatehlto the building, of character, and the The war department has announced f Everett, Rev J " Morgan Le [right social environment. How many the following program for this sum. rrform the m,,v  nd !men in this town have a real interest mer's citizens military training camp: rs. " will make their home M Hemtz m reagan ann me cnurcn- flare Fort George Wright, June 12 to July in Everett. ,we lost the power to think on great met themes ? 11; Camp Lewis, June 19 to July 18, The Towasi Campfire girls Church school at 10 a. m. and Fort Worden, June 20 to July 19. Monday afternoon at the home of Worship with sermon at 11 a. m. subject. "Social Responsibility," 7:30. Roy. J. Morgan Lewis, Pastor. Kelso  J. L. Praggastas garage and hotel building to cost 025,000. WaitsburgCity to Wee on plan to build $5,000 swimming pool, Cashmere--Union Oil Company to build $40,000 distributing plant here. Spokaue-- Great Northern railway to build mail terminal at Havermale Island. Chehalis  $300,000 courthouse to be erected. Puyallup--Bids asked on school gymnasium to cost about $10,000. Seattle  Proposed marine drive along Alki beach to cost about 230,000. FOR SALE--Steel top Round Oak range in good condition. 234 Lewis street, phone 1273. 3t2 J Hall's Catarrh Medicine will do w. claim for it rid your system of Catarrh ot Deafne caused by Catarrh. dead b d,gg4 f o 40 F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio The Mercantil,00 Co. YOUR GROCERY STORE Sun-Maid Raisins 25-1b box . $2.25 4-1b . . 45c Orange Marmalade Delicious Marmalade in bulk Per lb • • 25o Rabbit Cookies Iced Bunny Cookies will please the children Per lb • • 4§© Palmolive Soap 4 bars. . . 29© Pineapple Special Large cans Sliced Pineapple 4 for $1.00 SCH/LLIG DOUGHNUTS • cupfuls flour 2 teaspoonfuls I tablespoonful Schilling Baking butter Powder {,{ cup of sugar  teaspoon 1 egg beaten _ Schilling Nutmeg / cup o/milk Pinch of sMt Cream butter, add sugar and egg. Add part of tbe milk and part of tha flour, alternately. Mix well, add bak- ing powder, salt, nutmeg. Make a soft dough. Roll out on a flourad pastr]r board x/finch thick. Cut with a dough- nut cutter. Fry in dp fat until • golden brown. These &lldom doughnuts are made with (cream of tartar) Baking Pow- dor--tl wes1-n product, that's made f..m th sugar crystoflulous gral. ants even-balanced leavener adds • fmit-goo&a to your €ookingthe cream of tartar ure a wholem seet flavor, Pound can ...................... 50c Prunes Fancy Italian Prunes 2100; • 25c Sun-Kist Orm00ges Sweet and Juicy 4 doz . Peac.tl No. 2 Can Fancy Yellow Peaches 2 cans . 450 Which will you have? 35 rolls (10,000 sheets) of cheap harsh toilet paper, costing about $2.25, or 4 rolls (10,000 sheets) A P W Satin Tissue, the finest made. A year's supply .......... $2.00 Doll House Free "If It Comes From Streissguth's It Must Be Good" Both Phones -:- 311 ":- Bott00 = 00ones DRESS UP! Easter is April 12 !h # Clothes tailored to measure by us are sold with the understanding that you wilI get 100 per cent satisfaction for every clothes dollar invested. We sell the well known Trahn Tailored Clothes and M. Born & Co.'s. Also the Detmer Woolens, real tail- oring and can give you try-ons if necessary. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER , GEO. E. SMITH Let Us Clea Ya'" ' 2-°':-Si" m , w... taa xor--ne Phone 1701- Easter is April 12th \\; . 3s. t