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MONROE MONITOR-TRANSCRIPT FOURTEENTH YEA_R. NO. 15 MONROE. SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASH. FRIDAY, APRIL 1"2, 191"2 81.00 PER YEAR .? The Habit of I Saving _ Is a good habit--good any way you look at it. It gives a person confidence. I: enhances business opportunities. It renders the future, which worries so "many people, devoid . of all anxiety. It's the principal stepping stone to success.  ThiS:b:nk/:::dlike _to see every young man the owner of i i GROWING bank account, i It offers the highest rate of interest, and the simplest, yet __ safest, of b__anking methods__ .... ) Paid-up Caplt,al - $25,000 Shareholders Liabi'ity - - $25,000 Surplus ..... $20,000 Tot.I . t First National Bank, ":(HitS ]S CXimEN TiMi HaOe You Planted Your Garden? This Store is headquarters for Gar- den Tools and Implements, and has especially good stock of SEEDS You Will Find Everything You Need SPECIAL--Ladies' Small Sized Shovelsfor 40c. Just the Handy Tool. ..... :: STEPHENS HARDWARE CO. Inc. Make if'he" Washmeton Annex Your Seattle Home When you go to a hotel you llke to feel at home. There is a charm about the home-llke atmosphere of the Hotel Washington Annex that appeals to you. Tha(s why it is known as the "'truly home-likg" hotel. Its sphndl location, too--right in the heart of the elty --in immediate touch with business houses, theaters and car llnes,/8 a feature o advan- tage, as well as its absolutely fireproof eon- ztruetlon, and the ideal arrangement and rich urnlshlngs of its 200 all-outslde rooms. EVERY COMFORT AT REASONABLE RATES EUROPEAN PLAN $1.00 PER DAY UP J. H. Davis. Propri.tor Invite Republican Convenlion to Monroe Every Convenience Offered Here for County Convention Monroe may get to entertain the re- publican county convention this year and all citizens unite in a cordial invi- tation to the members of the party in the county to agree upon the selection of Monroe as the logical place for hold- ing the convention. Train facilities of the very best on the Great Northern and Milwaukee, giving twenty trains or more a day that will be in operation by the time the convention is held insure the quickest and easiest service in the accomodatiGn of passengers and will make it easy fcr delegates to reach here from every por- tion of the county. In addition the roads are good and automobile travel fast and pleasant. Everett and Snohomish have had the conventions in the past, usually, and there would seem to be little reason why the convention should not be held in Monroe this year. It would be a friendly exhibition of courtesy on the part of Everett and Snohomish people to agree and such action would be ve y greatly appreciated by the people of Monroe. It is hinted that Everett members of the party will not be averse to having the convention held somewhere else for the reason that it would probably help to harmonize the party interests better and having the convention in a smaller community will held to hold the dele- gates closer together and make possible a more united, friendly and harmonious convention. Monroe has grown to a position of importance in the county and a visit here on the part of several hundred del egates will furnish interest for all a d a pleasant outing and entertainment i that every one will enjoy. There wil I be no trouble about entertaining the i convention. Monroe republicans will I take care of furnishing a hall large d enough to accommodate the convention easily and the community has taken care several times in the past of feed- ing larger crowds than will be present. The convention should meet towards the end of this month or early in May and the county committee should take action in the near future and decide upon the invitation to come here. Precinct Committman E. T. Bascom and other leading republicans will present the in- vitation in due form and the committee may feel assured that in deciding to ac- cept they will be meeting the wishes of a very large portion of the voters oi' the county embraced in the district in- cluded in this section. CHERRY VALLEY Mr. and Mrs. Boshaw visited at E. C. Gibson's on Sunday. John Juice has a fine new auto, W. R. Taylor was not successful in driving a well as he went down 357 feet but did not get water so they tried to pull the pipe out and got only about 160 feet as the rest broke off underground. H. W. Leake has been ornamenting his place by planting several ornamen- tal and shade trees in the grove which is generally used for public picnics. Robt. Main is making the old Mar- dock ranch into a more cheerful home like place by building an addition to tL.e house, putting in new doors and win- dows, building a nice milk house and carriage house and at present is builC- ing a house to accommodate his large flock of thoroughbred Buff Orpingtons. John Riese has several men at wo:k on his big ditch. The Great Northern is putting in a m spur at Cherry creek to enable the II O'Neal Gowan mill to secure bolts by ][ Ill rail- II John Riese was a Seattle visitor early The Choicest Meats Are Always to [in the week. Mr Ronne m uttm out afew fruit [ Be Found Here - |1 " Y" p " g " ......... 1 trees on his new ranch. | THE OLD ELIABLE PROVLbiON HOUSE ] The Cherry Valley Sunday Schoolhas ...... -/increased in memfiership and now has / more than 100 enrolled. ---6 .................... m ................. / Easter Services were held at the M. $ ........... _-" ........  ........ . ............... 8 E. church last Sunday and there was a i C ty FI 6 fine program by members of the Sun- 1 oral & Seed Company-! a00,00o00ool. W. WALLMARK, Proprietor "  Frank Rankle spent a few days early . Salesroom and Office; 1916 Hewitt Avenue  in the week with his mother and sister : (Opposite Mitchell Hotel) at Everett. POI Salesroom Sunset 1009  ; ' ':'. -:. "t]"[JD' ][  T A ][..I  One of the bolt booms belonging to Greenhouse,na" v,o ina. 137 X lVl'll' 1 1  2"01 1. " theC. B. Mill Company lodged against $$ $$$ the Cherry Valley bridge recently and caused quite a jam but did no damage ........... as the C. B. launch was soon called to ?': LIMKSTONE CilICKgN GRITS-More Eggs, Stronger Shells'  :,"|J the rescue. I1 # w to. f ,..na circulars Also LIMIt IfO! ]nWUrlLiZlN@- kJ:::ll ............. : " : " 4: .... :" otis lnayer was hurt last weeK wnne ,-..;! ":,-..;;.m,,: ; , , , ," ""  ,' "" "1 playing ball at school. The ball strik- __ ____    ing him in the face and injuring his -- 9 ..... cheek bone. Don t Knock--Be a Booster The Cherry Valley road is to be : Chinese War Poster Adopted By San Francisco Liberals HIN..SE patriots in San Francisco are very ranch up to date. They Imps issued a revolutionary poster, of wai('h copies are for sale in moat or the Chinese shops. The proceeds are devoted to the financing of the rebellion. The portrait is that of Li Yuen Hung the chief military commander of the insurgents. The flags at either side are the banners of the provisional government after the design whl(.h has been adoi)ted by the Young China association, many of whose members in America wish to see a rel)ubllc established in China. The pictures below the portrait (which, of course, are not a part of the poster) are those ot tie cl!efs of naval and military affairs at Peking. The names from left to right are: Ylng Chang, president of the war ministry, late commander In chief; Tsai Pu. se:ond son of Prince ChiRR; Prince Tsai Hsuen, head of naval affairs; Prince Tsal Jln, Prince Tsal Tap, late military councilor (the last three uncles of the emperor); Duke Ling, Prince Pu and Tam Heap HERR, subpresident of the navy. he Mayor Balks [,aster Services at at Naming Ih,gineer lhe Reformalory Leaves it to Improvement Committee I Second Death Occures Amonl the In- to Choose Official mates at the Institution Mayor Vanasdlen announced at the In c " . ....... : ........ a council meeting Wednesday evening 'Passiogm. mn wxt] En:t2:da.w.ere that he did not propose to make the up- properl , _ - nrmatory. pointment of town engineer for the fiR- Beginning with Palm Sunday, the story cal year but would leave the matter of the selection of such an official', to the improvement committee. The mayor took the view that the present law was improper in so far as it gave the mayor the power to make such an appoint- ment without the sanction of the coun- cil but that after the appointment was made, the official was entirely under the control of the council This being the casG, and as the matter of paving :will probably come to a head here this summer, the mayor desires that the improvement committee, the members of which will be in direct supervision of the work, should select an engineer who will be entirely satisfactory to them and work in harmony with them. The west side of Ma]ison street is to be improved with a cement walk, a resolution of intent being passed. The report of the town treasurer of the Savior's life was set forth in three addresses by the chaplain. The!  story of the crucifixion was told in the stereopticon lecture and illustrated song on Friday night. Easter was observed with a special sermon, illustrated with slecial views on the resurrection of Christ. Special music by the quartet, rendering the "Radiant Morn" and the chorus of twenty voices, "The Holy City," while the song was illustrated by stereopticon views. Kipling's Recessional was recited by Inmate--with Prof. Ball assisting at the organ; to whom much credit is also due for the training of the quartet and chorus. The usual efficient music by the orchestra, Mr. Boar director added to the splendid service. Super- intendent C. B. Roe provided the usual Easter treat for the inmates. Not long distant from the hour, cen- showed a balance of $1,478.82 on hand turies ago, when the Savior burst the at the end of the month, a couple of bars of death, Inmate --passed away. hundred dollars more than he had at  Early decomposition of the body made the beginning of the quarter an early burial imperative so that the memorial service was arranged for An application for transfer of the Monday evening at the hour of the Railroad Surveyors. Busy al Arlington Believed to Be Running Milwaukee Line to Bellingham News comes from Arlington this week that a gang of surveyors is at work in that vicinity that are generally believed to be working in the interests of the Milwaukee. They are running lines paralleling the N. P., and Arlington people have strong reason to believe that the Milwaukee extension north to Bellinghar, to connect with the Bell- ingham Bay & British Columbia rail- road recently purchased by the Mil- waukee, will be under construction in the near future. The Monitor-Transcript takes a most fatherly interest in all news pertaining to the building of the Milwaukee branch north. "It first outlined the general plans of the company in making the exten- sion directly north from Monroe and is still of the belief that the road will be bait by that route in spite of continued runors that the extention will go north from Everett or Snohomish. The Woods Creek route offers every advantage for the building of a new line except that some severe grades will interfere, but it is not believed that the grades will prevent the build- ing of the line by that route. Wlerever the Milwaukee has come in the Coast section it has endeavored to open up new territory and by going directly north from Monroe, it would open up an entirely new section of tim- ber and agricultural country that would in time produce enormous freight revenues with development. In going north, following the route of the G. N. and N. P. close to the coast, the Mil- waukee would simply be endeavoring to take away some of the business of its competitors, but building the north branch in as close to the foothills as possible, an entirely v:rgin territory "s opened up that the road would contro . At the same time the route would be the shortest to Bellingham and Van- CaRver and give the quickest service as a feeder to the main transcontinental line. Planned of Slate Product Shows Will Run Special Train for Four Months Next Winter Advertising with advance notices like a circus, playing five day stands in the largest auditoriums that can be leased in cities of from 10,000 to 50,000 inhab- itants throughout the east and middle west, the Northwest Development League is planning to send out next fall a special train filled with exhibits show- ing the resources of the American Northwest This is probably the greatest adver- tising scheme ever promoted and it is said by men who have spent practically millions in development work, to be capable of securing better results than any campaign ever planned to aid the settl .'meat and development of any sec- tion. The shows will be known as "See America First" Expositions and will aim not only to attract tourists and in- duce them to travel thraugh the sew n northwest states, but by displays of products the expositions will also claim the attention of the homeseekers and show them the opportunities and in- ducements offered on western lands. The trip will last four months and \\; start from Minneapolis in early Decem- license of the Elk saloon from Gas B:olherhood meeting, of which organi- ber, following the Northwest Products Tischler to a man by the name of Mc- zation the deceased was amember. An Exposition to be held in that city No- Carty was received and referred It m impressive service was conducted by vomber 12 to 23. understood that Tischler was in trouble the chaplain The quartet sang "Lead recently with the federal authorities on Kindly Light" and" "Rock of Ages " The states which will participate in account of not having paid his license The chaplain read the scripture and de- !heRe expositions will be the same as ,, The exit ordinance for public build- livered the funeral address, while the moseMinnaarmlia_represeneUwhich.m meare Mineaota.eXpsmn m ings was finally got in acceptable shape inmates reverently stood wzth bowed SouthDakota, North Dakota_Mnonal heads during commtal prayer Bry and was read the first time " " " . ......... , luano, Wasnlngt, on ann oregon ant s poem, Thanatopsis, was read by ! Last year the town had an unhappy inmate----and a fitting resolution of- experience in letting t!m town-.print!rig fered by Inmate---was placed on O II 0 to a new paper and hls year in doing the minutes of the Brotherhood.  *  the same thing, the members of the ................. This is the second visit of death Kalnler ar , counCll InSlSteQ na; a DonQ Ior IUU De .. . . . .. . . .... _.,. _ , : ..... ,. ,:_  . ...... among me inmates since tne institution [JUb UJ LU llltll'U bIl lllt: Ol bll IJd.[3tl-    -- m . ...... was l:ounueu. long enougn o carry ou me contract.  . n m T N. Bennett signed the bond .....  ... .rta ranca uojec o zrong meomcmes S. A. Buck was present and said that ............ r, many peopm ooject to taking me he thought the council should put the .......... l-'osseu00ono m .......... srong meuiemes usuany prescnneu vy up grauer o WOrK on all the streets in . . . . , ..... m ........ pnymcmns or rneumausm, inere ,s Also town just as soon as me we passeu in- . ........ m o , .... . .. no neeu oI inoernai treatmen is ease steau Or lettlng It rust irom UlSUSe. of muscular or chromc rheumatmm, and Akl D__. n n ..... UL l%UlIt ------ more tha ni e cases out of every m changed from the old school house to n cases of th dis a te e " e scare of one or -- m the Cherry Valley bridge. It will be of the other of these varieties. When Sole dealers and diatributors " moved to the westmdeof the Mdwau r is no f v r n " " - the e " e e a d little (if any) on the Pacific Coast, Canada and kee R R swellfng, you may know that it is only Mexico. YOUR SERVANT, m The Townsite bell Company are pre- necessary to apply Chamberlain's Link- lleMtl[ I paring to build their mill at once on the ment freely to get quick relief. Try uavv-a property bought of J. N. Riese. it.  or sale by all dealers. l