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1)age ]ighi ..... THE MONRDE MONITOR -- Monroe; Washington ..................... , Friday, August 12, 1927 I " I " "1 '' I" ] ...... I .... IIII WILLIAMS DRUG STORE Not Gifted WE get feeling pretty CHESTY over the COMPLIMENTS on our "LITERARY EFFUSIONS" SO we went down to the MONITOR to see if Mr. REARDON woudn't pay us a LITTLE something for our WEEKLY contribution to his PAPER and send us a check THE ;first of each month INSTEAD of a bill. The LESS said of the interview THE better, but we walked under a couple of cats on the VkY back to the store I WHERE we were attacked BY a ferocR)us housefly AND barely escaped with OUR LIFE. It took us FULLY six and a half MINUTES to recover our SF_LF esteem. P. S.  A stgoemaker should stick to his last. If you want anything in the drug line see us, but get Mr. Reardon t o write your obituary. By GEORGE. WILLIAMS DRUG STORE We may not be much on this literary stuff, but when it comes to selling Milady Beauty Preparations tO remove sum- mer Freckles and Tan, well-- we just can't be beat. Service -- Reliability WILLIAMS DRUG STORE G. A. WILLIAMS, Ph. G. Hallan Bldg. Monroe, Wuh. PHONE 13 00hWES DISCUSSES NAVAL CONFERENCE Premier Baldwin and Secre- tary Kellogg Also Speak of Geneva Failure. Buffalo, N. y.--Diplomatic restraint was cast aside by Vice-President Dawes Sunday, speaking at the dedi- cation of the international peace bridge, to bring the naval conference failure at Geneva boldly into open dis- cussion of its effect on British-Ameri- can relations. Both Secretary Kellogg and Premier Baldwin, touching on the subject, voiced confidence that the stream of British-American friendship flowed on unchecked by recent difference in views. The vice-presdient, however, went directly into the subject to declare it "unthinkable that Great Britain and the United States, solemnly pledged to the principle of equality, will again place upon their peoples the burden of competitive naval building because temporarily their experts disagree in their practical interpretation of that principle." Secretary Kellogg's speech dealt only by inference with the Geneva failure. Welcoming the British royal and distinguished guests to the United States in the name of President Cool- idge, he spoke of differences that will arise to test American - Canadian friendship, but added: "They are such as have been set- tled and can be settled by the exer- cise of tolerance and patience, and the application of good common sense." Premier Baldwin was more direct. Speaking of the years of British- American peace, he said: "Problems have arisen and wi,ll arise. Opinions will vary how they shall be solved. "Only recently we have had to differ for a moment; but we know in our hearts it does not affect our friendship. Statesmen of" the past, as this bridge testifies, have well and truly laid the foundations of friend- ship and good will in the hearts of our peoples." LAST SUNDAY'S BASEBALL GAME e (continued from page one) The outfield amused themeslves marking tme and doing the goose- step. Two bases on balls and a three bagger to a corn of the outfield, j void of "Goose-steppers," added two more for Hartford in the ninth. .+++.,, a-- 4, ,, StTLTAN SELEO=ONS : 4.++++++++++ Henry Knutson of Index was i town on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Headrick are receiving congratulations on the birtu of a girl born Sunday morning at the Gale hospital in Monroe. Mrs. Donald Smith of Gold Bar spent Monday as the guest of Mrs. Ed Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood motored tL Edmonds Sunday where they visited Mr. Wood's father. Mrs. Delanes, of Gold Bar was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rosborough were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melton Love at Lake Roesiger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hitchcock en- tertained with a dinner Sunday for a number of friends. They were Mrs. Pearl Lundstrom and daughter Verle Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bentz and son Harry and Chris Standler, all of Ev- erett and Mrs. Martha Bosence of California. Ellis Warner spent the week end at his summer home at Lake Roe- siger where Mrs. Warner is vaca-: tioning. Mrs. Willis McDaniel spent Satur- day as a guest at the Hill home. Mr. and Mrs. Reade attended the dance at Lake Stevens Saturday night. Mrs. McFadden went to Everett Saturday where she stayed the week end with her sister there. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Marsolai's and fmily spent Sunday at Lake Stevens picnicking. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cass mo- tored down from Eagles Falls Friday evening. Mrs. George Heald enjoyed a visit from her sister on Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Heckman and Mrs. Art Nelson had as guests Saturday night and Sunday at their cottage at Lake Stevens: Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCor- mick and daughter Betty Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lcudon and son Jack, Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Gillespie, Mr. Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kay. A1 Faussett of Monroe was in town professionally on Monday. His pic- tures of the shoot over Sunset Falls were shown here at the Rex theater Tuesday nigh. Lieutenant Boone Hardin who is training several weeks this summer was in town Saturday. Miss Florence Headrick of Skyko- mish was irL town Thursday. Mrs. Dudley Marsclais of Monroe was in town Wednesday visiting.. V. A. Forrester of Gol Bar was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Colton returned from a month spent in California re- cently. J. R. Giddings of Startup was a visitor in town Wednesday. Lee Morgan and Nate Baxter were A feminine voice from Hartford in a car smashup last Sunday. Mr. came to. :life at this time, probably Morgan's car was badly wrecked. looking fo a ninth-inning rally. It was no use for the game was over] Seward Foster of Ione spent Tues- i when Bergstrom flew out to Pearsall day and Wedrmsday here visiting his :in center, sister, Mrs. Edgar Lunden and Mr. Box score follows: I Loudon. Hartford-- AB R H POA E I Mrs S B James returned Wednes- Posey, c .................. 5 0 1 5 2 1]dav from a'six weeks visit with her G. Forsberg, ss .... 3 2 0 2 1 O  n .... h,,, , r--Waollov Loth, 3b, p, rf .... 4 1 1 O 2 0 ,,s ................ Dufreichou, aft, p .... 4 0 1 0 0 0 Mrs. Collins of Gold Bar was i Bergstrom, 2b ........ 4 1 0 4 1 3 town Tuesday. J. Forsberg, cf ........ 2 1 0 3 1 1 I The town called in and paid $700 Hanson, lb ............ 4 0 0 10 0 l lworth of outstanding water warrants O. Johnson, p, If .... 4 0 1 0 2 21and one L I. D. 19239 warrant this H. Johnson, lf, 3b.. 4 0 2 0 0 0 month. " " " 7he kqTCW00 (. 1927, Western Newspaper Union.) "What shall we have for dlnnerT What shall we have for tea? An omelet, a chop or steak Or savory fricassee?" SERVING CURRIED DISHES In spite of the high seasoning, peo- ple who have visited India are enthusi- astic in their praise of curry. It is ideal as a summer dish, but may be enjoyed in any season. Tlmre are all sorts of curry powders, but the followin[-  is one that may be prepared at home and you nmy be sure of its purity : Curry Powder.--Take one ounce each of turmeric, corian- der seed, white ginger, nutmeg, mace and cayenne. Pound well, sift through a line sieve and bottle, cork well. Curried Green Tomatoes. -- Cut green tomatoes into thick slices, soak in salt water for ball an hour. Drain and wipe. Put into a saucepan two tablespoonfuls of butter or olive oil; when hot add two tablespoonfuls of minced onion. Cook to a golden brown, add a teaspoonful of curry powder, then fry the tomato slices in the fat and onion, ater roiling in flour. Mutton Curry.--Wipe a cut of meat from tim fore quarter, cut into one- inch i,ieces--there sh(;uld be three cupfuls. Put into a kettle, cover with cold water and bring quickly to the boiling point, drain in a colander, cov- er wiHl a quart of cold water, drain again and put into the kettle with one quart of boiling water and three oIlions cut into slices, on-ha]f tea- spoonful of pepper corns, a sprig each of thyme and parsley. Simmer until the meat is tender, remove it, strain the liquor and thicken with one-half upful each of butter and flour cooked together. To the flour add one-half tablespoonful of curry powder, one- half teaspoonful of salt and one-eighth teaspoonful of pepper. Add meat to the gravy with a border of hot cooked rice. Tomato Curry With Lamb or Veal.- Mix a tablespoonful of curry powder with a quart of cooked and seasoned tomato. Put into a baking dish with alternate layers of uncooked rice, us- ing one cupful. Bake until the rice Is tender, cover :ith buttered crumbs and brown. Add a little caramel sauce to gravies, or a little beef extract for color and flavor. ++++++ + ++++ WAGNER MILL NEWS re+++++++++++ Mrs. Guy Ward of Sultan visited her daughter, Mrs. Francis Lochner and family last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gross and two sons motored through from Davis West Virginia, and are visiting Mrs. Gross' sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Faulkner. They expect to locate here where Mr. Gross has em- ployment. They were accompanied by Mrs. Gross and Faulkner's sister Miss Frankie Golf. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fields and chil- dren accompanied by Parker Sickles and. wife, Taotored to Stanwood Sun- day morning where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Ia Baldwin and children, going on to Anacortes, where they had breakfast at the home of Ed Stpeter and wife and the party picnicked all day at Roserio beach. Robert and Charles McCard with some boy friends are camping this week at ffake Roseiger. A baby girl was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graden. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Karslund and children and Mr. and Mrs. Verli, nde and children spent Sunday at Richmond beach. Mr. and Mrs. E. Shaw arLd children of Monroe called at the Prohaska home the latter part of the week. Frank Fields and Miss Lillie Tra- bout" were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields at Mon- roe Sunday. lrs. Norbing burned her hand quite badly last week, but at this writing it is healing nicely. Mrs. George Abernathy and son of Index are visiting her parents, Mr. MILLER RIVER INN On the Skykomish River A comfortable and hospitable vacation place in the mountains Exceptional Fishing M. F. SMITH, Proprietor Miller River, Wash. Hart ', khaffner & Marx HAVE IMPORTED Eur(pe's Finest Fabrics for Fall! They're a distino'uislled looking lot of woolens. You emi tell them at a g'lance; the fine Cawdor Saxonvs, the Arundel wovsteds, the Gothic & Marx are the great( st users of files( fa'bries from the famous lo,oms of Europe. They are here in all the "smart styh's, and the prices are surprisingly low for such $t25545unusual quality. ) 1925 Hart Schaffner & Marx Captain Kidd Ove, ralls I (Bell Bottom -- Red Trim) FOR YOUTHS AND BOYS $1.35 and $1.50 The regular low prices thruoutthis store save you money! 4ONROE DEPt00 R I'MENT STORE MONROE, WASHINGTON t eu 34562488 Sultan ball team went to Concrete ETCH CO R J STR Fahey 2b, cf, e -. second time thi year that Concrete has been defeated, and the first on Ploutz of, 2h, ss::... 3 2 2 3 l 0 Matson ss, lf, p .... 6 2 0 their home grounds. -- THE BEST PLACE T 0 TRADE AFTER ALL -- M'le, lb, 3b, ss, 2b 5 2 3 7 0 0 District Fire Warden Merrifield re- Fox 3b, p, 3b, If .... 5 2 1 0 2 1 ports that he has the Ebey fire near WEEK AUG AUG Bickford, p, lb .... 4 3 2 5 2 1 Arlington which swept over a town SPECIALS FOR THE . 12 TO . 211 Kerley lf, c, 3b, rf 5 2 1 3 1 0 skip is under control and nearly out " 0 now. P'sall, c, lf, ss, p, ef 4 1 1 5 1 Reardon rf, 3b .... 46520000201527114 :nOsear arlson of Index was in toWnwednesday. White King [;XTRA SPECIAL Summary--Earned run, Monroe 2; Miss Ina Wor(t and Lena Word are Grhnulated Soap two-base hits, Malone, ,Loth; three-spending the week at the home of Van Cam sPorkp and Beans base hits, Ploutz, Defrechou; home their aunt in Edmonds. runs; Bickford, Peaa'saR, base on balls Sheriff Stever of Everett was in SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 of Bickford, 1; Fox 3, Matson 2, Dufrechoa 1; struck out by Bickford 3, Fox 2, Pearsall 1, Johnson 2, Du- frechau 2; double plays Forsberg to Bergstrom; passed balls, Posey; first on errors, Monroe 7, Hartfo 4; left on base Hartford 9, Monroe 4; innings pitclied, Bickford 5, Pearsall 1, Fox 2, Matson 1, Johnson 3, Loth 2, Du- frechu 3. Umpire---Crockett, ScorerE. H. Swanson. Miscellaneous Big business, with stockholders from all walks of life, is simply busi- ness co-operation in practica[ form. Washington merchandise exports for fivst three months of 1927 were $1,179,000 more than for like period in 1926. Yakima growers receiving $80 to $85 a ton for apricots. Aberdeen--Federal Light & Trac- tion company continues survey for $10,000,000 hydro-electric project. Tacoma-- Shaffer Box company i plans $900,000 pulp mill. Yakima--Twenty cars soft fruit in one week. Ridgefield--Armstrong potato ware house being enlarged for big crop. Kennewick--North American thea- ter corporation buys local Liberty tKeater. town Thursday he returned the gun stolen by Sickles from the Citizens bank and the counterfeit dollar. Mar- shall Hogle was presented with the dollar. PLUMBING SUPPLIES Install that new--- Bath Tub Toilet and Wash Basin NOWI Let us inspect your Drain Spouts and Gutters before the rainy season. Regular .................................................. 15e SPECIAL ................................................ 11c COCOA (Stretch's High Grade) Regular .................................................... 25c SPECIAL ................................................ 19c SPAGHETTI Regular .................................................... 10c SPECIAL ................................................... 5c Edgemont Crackers Regular .................................................... 25c SPECIAL ................................................ 19 Regular, 3 for ............ : ........................... 25e SPECIAL -- 2 for ................................ 12c From Our Bakery Department E xy Wuesday Raisin Bread-- PER LOAF ............................ 10c Ev xv Day Butter Horns-- glx PeR ................................ 25 Extra Special For Friday, Aug, 12 Cinnamon Rolls, reg., per 4oz ..... 25e SPECIAL -- 2 doz. for .............. 35e Butter Horns, reg., 6 for .............. 25e SPECIAL "--- 4 for ........................ 15c Butter Special Every Friday Sugar Special Every Saturday (BOTH AT WHOLESALE OR LESS) Thedinga HardwareCo. R J. STRETCH CO Everything in Hardware Monroe, Wash. Phone 1533--1543 Warehouse 261