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$l5O, S2OO. Edison Amberola's S3O, $45, S6O, SBO, S2OO. Complete stock of Edison and Victor Records Machines sold on easy payments. E. E. TAYLOR & CO. NEW LOCATION: Phone 379 309 East Fourth Street T.4LCOTT BROS. The Oldest Jewelry House in Washington, Established 1872. ])i:ai,i:iih i\ WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVER WARE, CUT GLASS, LEATHER GOODS, CUTLERY, NOVELTIES, SEWING MACHINES, SUNDRIES. MANUPACTIIRHUS MP NOTARY AND LODGE SEALS AND UMBRELLAS REPAIRING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 424 and 426 Main Street. Olympia, Wash. j /#%\ TO NORWAY \ J Wp' MAY, 1914 PASNHXGKRS HOOKING NOW SPECIAL STEAMSHIP EXCURSIONS Special train service from Pacific Coast points to the Twin Cities via the Northern Pacific Railway. On arrival in the Twin Cities passengers from the Pacific Coast will join with passengers booked from points throughout the North west in ope grand party, leaving the Twin Cities May 4th. The "Sons of Norway" and the different "Bygdelag" have char tered the fast steamer "St. -Paul," leaving New York May 7th, 1914, direct to Christiana. The S. S. "St. Paul" will use the "Channel Route," calling a' Cherbourg, France, and Southampton, England, to deliver mail for Paris and London. For further particulars and reliable information apply to any Northern Pacific Agent or to A. 11. CIIAHLTON ANNlMtnnt Gen. Pnom-ngrr Agent Ainrtliern I'neltle Rntlwny, Portland, Ore. Or to the following committee of the "Sons of Norway": LAItS . HALTO, Secretary S. O. OLSTAD, General Manager, 550 Temple Court 110-121 South Third Shreet Minneapolis, Minn. MinneapoNs, Minn. WE STAND BEHIND Our high-grade liquors with n guarantee of quality. So does the United States government. We handle no adulterated liquor* of any kind. Even our lowest-priced, liquors are guaranteed and free from adul terants and can be taken w.tli safety and confidence. A trial will prove their quality. PHONE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION OUR PHONE NUMBER IS 95 GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OLYMPIA WINE HOUSE (Wholesale) (Retail) | Baker & Neilson, Props. SAVE M ONEY We can save you money on the purchase of your Range or Heating Stove. Our UNIVERSAL Stoves will also give more heat for the same amount of fuel consumed than, your old one. All sizes and prices reasonable. We also carry a good stock of Roofing, Fencing, Car penters' Tools, Cooking Utensils, Wash Boilers, Tubs, Guns, Ammunition, etc. VAN ARSDALE HARDWARE CO. 318 East 4th St. Telephone 662 Tin-: WASHINGTON STANDARD. FKBIWHY 1:5, 1014 ! THE NATIONAL CAPITAL ? : i : ? y Event* of Intrrrat from the Sent *j* .j. off Gnveriinieut. y £ nv j. i:. joxks. * i "' ' ' Diplomatic Clouds. The most sensitive people on the face of the globe are the Japanese, and it is known to a few Washington I statesmen who have shared the con fidences of the president that Mr. | Wilson regards the Japanese ques ! tion as one of the most serious clouds |on the diplomatic horizon. Japan is I no longer an object of terror to the | American government, hut it has as sumed an attitude of an offended na | tion because of the restrictions plac | ed upon its citizens by America.. No | end of explanation appears to con vince the Japanese that the federal government is not supposed to regu late the legislation of its separate states. Congress has bent its knee to the will of President Wilson, just las it did to the demands of former Presidents Taft and Roosevelt, in I the refusal to pass legislation offen sive to the government of Japan. The question was forced upon the house of representatives by the immigra ! tion bill to which Congressmen Ra ker and Hayes of California attempt ed to add amendments excluding 1 Asiatics from our shores. Congress appears determined to uphold its regularly constituted rep resentatives and the Republican lead- I er, Mr. Mann, has stated this posi tion very clearly in the following words: "While I do not have the ! greatest pride in the present state I department, I feel that in conducting i our relations with foreign countries I I am bound to rely, in the first in j stance, at least, upon the state de i partment." To a careful observer > this appears a clear definition of ! Washington sentiment —inasmuch as ; the most positive foes of the admin | istration have adhered exactly to I this policy in all foreign matters, in cluding our attitude toward Mexico. I In the Mexican situation there ! have been more reasons for out breaks of differences than have oc curred in relation to any of our other I foreign relations. This is because of ' geographical conditions, as three of i the states of our Union border upon Mexico. These states have six senat ! ors and thirteen representatives, with 1 constituents continually supplying : them with antidotes for the relief of Mexico and our own people -on the border. I "Domestic Force" and "Domestic , Counsel." The action of President Wilson in lifting the embargo on arms is ,far more significant than the mere act |of "feeding" guns and ammunition to the Mexicans. It establishes in a measure the policy of the American 1 government which, while reserving I its good offices for the benefit of our troubled neighbors, lias recognized the fact that a mere change of per sonnel of officials at Mexico City is not likely to accomplish much. The United States government has prac tically determined that "civil war carried to its bitter conclusion" is the solution of the Mexican problem, and that before Mexico can resume her full international responsibility it must feel the full consequences ot' "domestic force" which in time must be succeeded by "domestic counsel." Every friendly suggestion on the part of th? United States or other powers has been repudiated by the country to the southwest. Washing ton has decided to let Mexico fight it out. Neutrality for the Philippines The independence of the Philip pines may still be a cherished hope, and the Overman resolution, if it I should succeed, is intended to ease !the way. This resolution provides | that the neutrality of the Philippines, iin the event of any war "between i nations of the earth," is to be provid |ed for by treaties. The resolution declares as a matter of policy that j the Philippines should be independ- I ent as soon as it is possible to con | for such independence on them in justice to themselves and with honor to the United States. It is likewise provided in the resolution that the president be authorized to negotiate with England, France, Germany, I Russia, Spain, Japan, and Italy and I gain their consent to this Utopian ■ diplomatic scheme. The Russian Ambassadorship. I The third chapter in the incon j sistencies of our government repre sentation at the court of St. Peters | burg has been written by the Ohio delegation. Chapter No. 1 was tl\< j selection of ex-Governor Curtis Guild of Massachusetts by President Taft. He served for a year or two. j during which time his sole act of distinction was in a gaudy display of tailoring and millinery at one of tin 1 czar's functions. The second part of the program was the Pin dell affair, resulting in the resigns tion of the Illinois editor after lie jhad been confirmed by the senate; jthtts terminating a series of very uti ] savory events decidedly to the credit ! of Mr. Pindell but very much to the disadvantage of others who were as sociated officially in his selection. |The third and last chapter is the !declaration in favor of Representa tive Sharp for the Russian post, and I the urging of his candidacy for the reason "that he is a wealthy manu jfacturer and able to afford the ex penses that usually attach to so im portant a post." This reason has been urged in behalf of the Sharp .candidacy in authoritative Washing ton papers, whereat one must he pardoned the suggestion that it is about time for a little official uplift to ho applied to the ambassadorship to the court of St. Petersburg. Americans Who <io to Camilla. To penetrate the Washington un derstanding is sometimes a slow process, but now it knows that the Canadian government has for years utilized the advertising as well as news columns of the Western News paper ITiion. However, the details i of the plan are rather interesting. The Canadian government has paid j one dollar a column for news stories 1 in these "patent insides" booming I Canadian lands. This has amounted : to an average cost of $42,000 annu- j ally. Just think of it—42,000 ac-j tual columns! Senator Nelson of j Minnesota has expressed the opinion ! that it is not much short of dis- j loyalty to one's government for an institution like the Western Newspa per Union to aid in the carrying on of a propaganda which has resulted in 800,000 American citizens taking up their residence in the Dominion , during the last ten years. The de fense offered by the "patent inside" people, who evidently buncoed coun try newspaper publishers, is that they were not alone in the offense and that all classes of publications in the United States have received money from the Canadian authori ties for the same work. Cannon Writing Biography One of the most spectacular char acters in public life is "Uncle Joe" Cannon, of Illinois, who drops into Washington every little while to "do just a tew errands." However, it is suspected he hungers for the house of representatives, where he was onr of its principal figures for so many years. The old warhorse is still as game as ever and expects to make a race for his former seat at the next election. Mr. Cannon is writing a book, telling of his career. "Twen ty Years in Congress" by James G Blaine will be a mild document in comparison to the Cannon book, providing the "old scout" tells half he knows. The Shackleford Road Rill. Considerable interest, attaches to the Shackleford bill extending gov ernment. aid to country highways. Under the Shackleford bill each state would receive a proportionate share of $25,000,000 voted by the government,, based upon the ratio of the population of the state to the combined population of all the states. This money if voted by con gress is to be expended on a plan ap proved by representatives of the states and the secretary of agricul ture. The objections being raised to |the bill are mainly that the expendi tures are more than likely to be made with slight consideration and ! without proper scientific investiga tion. I NOTICE TO CHEDITORS. No. 1N27. jln the Superior Court of the State of l Washington, for Thurston County. In the Matter of the Estate of Mar garet Underwood, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appoint ed administrator of the estate of Mar garet Underwood, deceased, and all persons having claims against said de ceased, or against her estate, are re quired to present the same, supported by proper vouchers, to Herbert G. Un derwood or to E. N. Steele, his attor nev. at Suite 3, Byrne Block. Olympia. Washington, that being tlie place for transacting the business of said estate, within twelve (121 months after the first publication of this notice or the same will be forever barred. HERBERT G. UNDERWOOD. Administrator of the Estate of Margaret Underwood, deceased. Date of first publication. Feb. 6, 1911. 2-1-5 1 1 OltDUIt TO SHOW CAUSE WHY Oll ; DEB OF SII.E OF HENI. ESTATE slllll 1.11 NOT III'. MAINE. In the Superior Court, for Thurston l County, Washington. lln the Matter of tile Estate of Clear like or Clalack. an Indian, deceased. Tom Ismay. the administrator of the (■state of Cl'enrlikc or Clalack. an In 'dian. deceased, having Hied ids petition Herein proving for an order of sal** ot I he real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth, IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED hv 'the judge of the said court, that all [persons interested In the estate of said 'deceased appear before tin* said su- I perior court on Mondn' tbe 9tb dav iof March. 191 I a' 2 o'clock In the af- I ternoon of sail dav. at the courtroom of said superior court, at t! c court - .house in Olympia. Countv of Thurston, to show ea use whv tin order honld not he granted to the said Tom Isrnay. ad ministrator. to sell so much of the real ■tat,- ef tile said deceased as shall lie •teees-arv And 11.itt a copv of tl - order h. ImtblWhed at least five SIP 'lie weeks in Tbe Washington Standard a news oaper pt itit• d and pqhlisl cd in said Thurston County. JoliN II MiTCI'EI.U Judge. ' Dated Feb 2. 1911. 2-1-5 NOTICE TO ( ItDIIII'OKS In the Superior Court of tin* State of Washington for Thurston County In ch»- Matter of the Estate of Henry S. flush, Deceased: NOT IP R JS HEREBY Of VKN that. John S. Rush ami Isabel Oastnn 'ire the duly appointed. qualifP-d and act ing executors if the estate of Henry S. Rush, deceased, and that ail persons Indebted to said estate at requ-'sted to make immediate payment: and all persons having claims against said deee ised or his estate are required to present them, properly verified, with tiie neeessary vouchers, within one year after the date of this notice, to the said Isabel Oaston, residence. 112 West Seventeenth street, Olvmplß, Washington, or the claims will lie for ever barred. john s. itrsn. ISA RICH OASTON. 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