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I DEATHS OF PAST WEEK MRS. VIOLA HULL ANDERS. A stroke of paralysis suffered Sun day morning resulted in the death that afternoon of Mrs. Viola Hull Anders, 65 years old. widow of the late Justice T. J. Anders, at the fam ily home at Nineteenth and Main streets. She had apparently been in hr usual good health until the stroke and had been working in her garden, after it she failed to regain conscious ness. The funeral took place at the home Tuesday afternoon, under the auspices of the local Christian Science society, and the remains were taken BUSH & LANE PLAYER PIANOS Phono- Date Records H Hi' ARE MAKING A BIG HIT IN OLYMPIA. THIS BEAUTIFUL PLAYER HAS A PERFECT NEW TRANSPOSING DEVICE THAT ENABLES YOU TQ SING ANY SONG IN ANY KEY. HENCE, IT IS THE PLAYER FOR YOUR HOME. COME IN AND SEE. NISI & LANE PIANO CO. 220 East Fourth Street Olympia R. H. COKER, SpeciaJ Representative. An Elgin Wrist Watch Nothing could please her more than a dainty Elgin Wrist Watch. an timepiece. A gift lifetime. , We Invite you to examine our well-selected stock of Wrist mHß| Watches. TAfdCDTT BROS. ' BSUbUshed 1572 4IMM MAIN STROM* TELEPHONES ———* Particular Women ABX AS OABIFUL IN THE SELECTION OF Talcum Powder ASTfeBT AEEEEOAEDINQTHEIE PERFUMES, CREAMS, TOOK ARTICLES OR FAOI POWDERS. -r ■=*: ■ ' ■ ■ ■ v ■ "••' * It Is ee«y to spoil all the daintiness and "tone" of a good perfomg ljy using a Talcum Powder of a different or inferior order. BHJEOT TOUR TALCUM POWDER from those we out show you, made to matdh in fragrance your other toilet preparations. Espe cially we call your attention to , BOUQUET JEANICE JONTKEL L VIOLET DULCE eaoh of which is a part of a complete line of toilet preparations. In. addition to these we carry all other makes of Teleom Powder, any of which we will be pleased to demonstrate. Prigmore & Sears PROGRESSIVE DRUGGISTS Phone 08 Olympia, Wash. to South Tacoma for cremation, by Undertaker Jesse T. Mills. Mrs. Anders was a native daughter of the coast, having been born in Cal ifornia January 12, 1853. When she was only two years old. her parents came to the territory of Washington, locating at Walla Walla where she was married to Judge Anders Decem ber 10. IST3. They came to Olympia when her husband became a member of th:» state supreme court, and the family has since lived hero. Judge Anders died in 1909. The pallbearers at the fut.eral were all old friends of the family, Judges M. A. Fullerton and Wallace Mount of the supreme court. Judge R. F. Sturdevant, Hugh Ross, Lindley E. Moore and A. S. Uaton. Surviving are two sons. Will H. Anders, assist ant supreme court reporter, and Dr. T. J. Anders of Portland, and two daughters. Mrs. Oscar Bowen of Se- THE WASHINGTON STANDARD. OLYMPIA, WASH., FRIDAY. MAY 24. 1018 attle, and Miss Grace Anders of this city. MRS. MYKA K. ALEXANDER. Mrs. Myra E. Alexander. 61 years old, a resident of Washington for the past six years, died at the familyt home on the Eastsirie Monday morn-1 nig. She is survived by her husband. | a son, A. F. Alexander of this city,! and two daughters. Miss Violet, who lives at home, and Mrs Florence R. j Bales of Lawrence, Kansas. The| funeral took place at the Jesse T. Mills chapel Wednesday afternoon, Rev. 11. S. Templetoti officiating, and interment was made in the 1. O. O. F. cemetery. MRS THERESA HOLMES. Following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Theresa Holmes, an old-time resident of Olympia. died at St. Peter's hos pital last Saturday morning. She was 58 years old and was the widow of Fred S. Holmes, a pioneer resi dent of the city who died two years ago. The family was very well known here. The funeral took place at St. Michael's church Monday morning. Rev. Father Mally officiat ing, and interment was made in Cal vary cemetery, under the direction of Undertaker Jesse T. Mills. Surviv ing are two sons, Howard S., a for mer well-known drug clerk of this city who is a member of the Univer sity Medical Corps, stationed at Camp Fremont, Palo Alto, Calif , and Elvin Roswell of this city. Both were at her bedside when she passed away. V * A baby boy wr.3 born recently to Mr. and Mrs, H. N. Strong of Port land. Mrs. Strong was formerly Miss Hilda McElroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McElroy of this city, and the newcomer has been named Harry McElroy. TIME TO ACT. Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of Kidney Illness. Profit by Olym pia People's Experience. Occasional attacks of backache, ir regular urination, headaches ami dizzy spells are frequent of kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect these ills. The attacks may pass off for a time but generally re turn with greater intensity. Don't delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's Kidney Pills, and keep up their use until the desired results are obtained. Good work in Olympia proves the effectiveness of this great kidney remedy. Mrs. S. C. Buchanan, 909 S. Main St., Olympia. says: "I gladly recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills, for t know they are a medicine of merit, I have been taking them off and on tor the past ten years whenever I thought it necessary to use a kidney medicine and in every Instance I have found them to be all that is claimed for them." Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—gat Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Buchanan had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. adv. Special Advertisements FEMALE HELP WANTED. Wanted—Ten young ladies to pre pare for telegraph service to help fill many vacancies caused by un usual drafting of men for war. Call Room 218 Telegraph Department. Railway Exchange Building, Cor. Stark and 3rd St., Portland, Ore. (Adv. 6-1 to 6-4). SAVE MONEY ON BUILDING Mate rials—Doors, Windows, Roofing Pa per, Porch Columns, Plaster boards. All Building Materials shipped promptly. Write for our completely illustrated catalogue; gives you low est net prices. P. A. Rovlg Co., 2229 Ist avenue S., Seattle, Wash. )adv. 1-2-tf.) IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE? List your property with Public Realty Bureau. Particulars free. 210 Liberty Bldg, Seattle, Washington. (Adv. 5-3-tf) Bolster & Barnes are buying bar berry bark and paying highest price. If necessary will make advance of money for buying stumpage. (Adv. 5-3-tf). Hoganlzed White Leghorn chix, 813.00 per 100. Safe delivery guar anteed May and June delivery. Queen Hatchery, Seattle, Wash. (Adv 5-4-2). Kodak Films Developed and Printed. Standard Prices. We pay return postage. Northwestern Photo Supply Co., Eastman Kodak Co., 1415 4th Av„ Seattle. (adv. 5-4-tf) A good man for farm work wanted on Cloverflelds Farm; S6O and board. Apply to Hazard Stevens. (Adv. 5-4-tf). For Sale—Packard roadster, 1914 model. Bargain—come quick. CM. Brooklns, Knox garage. Phone 502. (Adv. 5-4-1.) FRAGARIA FARMS. Betwen Seattle and Tacoma, near Fragaria wharf, south of Colby—the early fruit and vegetable district of Puget Sound—lo-acre tracts of level good land—good roads school on the ground—price S4OO per tract— terms, SSO cash, balance sl6 per |month. A. B. Newell, 120 Spring St., Seattle, Wash. (Adv. 5-4-2.) The Best Chance in Three Years For Men m . i I 1 Yor w '" need a new suit of clothes in the next three years, now is the time to buy. Here are the two Vi. jf principal reasons why you should buy that suit of us: FIRST. The market* is going up by leaps and bounds; our stock is very complete, with dependable fwlfJrJMjk suits made from dependable fabrics—purchased be- Jw fore the advance in prices. (\W 'RM 'ag SECOND. We are offering every suit in our stock of _ hundreds, at a price that is less than the market value, and cheaper than you will be able to purchase for years to come. You do not pay for a name but for clothing that is absolutely dependable in fabric, fill n TIIII The latest styles in Young Men's Suits— sls.oo to $25.00. I iwl It All-Wool Blue and Black Serge I I $18.50, $20.0, YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT Mottman Mercantile Co. OLYMPIA, WASH. BUSH PRAIRIE. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gale of Tacoma, Mrs. Alice Rogers and daughter riThelma of Port Huron, Mich., and Bruce Gale of Camp Lewis spent Sunday at the home of E. J. Hodge. Mrs. Rogers and daughter remaining to spend a month or two with her Sister, Mrs. Hodge. Gordon D. Hodge of Mare Island, Calif., is home on a 30-day furlough. Quite a number from here attend ed the entertainment at Chamber's Prairie Saturday night. Ruth and Alex Drewry attended the eighth grade commencement ex ercises at Tumwater Saturday night. Mrs. Francis Relchel, who lately returned from California, was a vis- f/tyk Pathephone rarei THB • with 16 selections IB IG 111! IHSDHi A complete outfit of superb musical quality, that Bilßltllt | | S HinHM you can buy on the easiest terms—as low as $5.00 a Hfll||l]! 1| I HIIHMBM Handsome Model 7B Pathephone, in mv II 11, I II hogany, fumed or golden oak, and eight El I Pathe Double reoordi (16 selections), I your own choice. MODEL TO Play* every make of disc record correctly. Perfect tone control. Other models, from 080 to S9OB. This Model 75, like all Pathephones, is equipped with the Pathe Sapphire Ball, a ball-shaped jewel which never digs into, rips or cuts the record. This means NO NEEDLES TO CHANGE Permanent Life to the Record. Come into this store and hear the Model 75 Pathephone today. We shall be glad to play your favorite selections. You will hear them played as they have never been played before. Prigmore & Sears EXCLUSIVE DEALERS Olympia Centralis Ohehalis itor in this vicinity the past week. Mr. and Sirs. Freeberg, who bought the Gaston "forty" are cosily settled in their new home. School will close Friday with a picnic. PENINSULA. About 14 persons from Butler's Cove, attended the graduation exer cises at Tumwater Friday evening. Lucile Bricker and Carl Whitney were the graduates from the Cove school. Mrs. B. L. McLaln of Elma has been a pleasant visitor for several days at the home of Mrs. William Whitney. Miss Edwina Lloyd will close a very successful term of school next Friday with a picnic at the Cove. The school picnic has become a pleasant annual affair. Ernest Miller, formerly a resident of this community, has graduated as a flyer from the aviator's school at Berkeley, Cal. The Alert Grangers met at the hall Tuesday evening for the purpose of building a house in which to store their gasoline, and also to practice Grange music. The first letter to be delivered in Olyinpia which came via the new air plane route from Washington, D. C„ to New York, reached here Sunday, bearing the new 24-cent airplane route stamp.