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ji f_, r. ,y * JtAPPEi vm GS ■ \S ; . r t : < ' teach'rs < t ■ ■ ' h . ml.: her Vin a! oil > ' I; C :: Taeulll 1 Mrs. Mary Bryan »f the 'ount> auditor's otlice -pent Ch: .-Unas .: Xapavine with relative- Miss Mary Ow ings left M ittday for Ta"oma to visit v.th M( Presley Gills, daughter of Judge and Mrs Overton G. Kills. Frank Kenney is visiting his daughter. Miss Je nette Kentvy, who is in the Belmont Sanatorium in California. Mrs. Mabel Hicks of Seattle spent Christmas in this city as the guest of her sister. Mrs. Herman Mallory. Mr. ;nd Mrs. Harry Wortman had as their guests over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Small and little daughter Marion of Hoqulam. Mrs. N. J. Kedpath. Mrs. W. H. Brackett and Mrs. Jesse T. .Mills drove to Tacoma Monday to spend the day visiting. Attorney General L. L. Thompson has returned to his office from Yak ima where he spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thompson. Judge and Mrs. J. B. Bridges spent Christmas in Aberdeen, their former home, where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davenport and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor McNamara came down from Bellingham to spend the Christmas festivities with Mr. McNamara's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McNamara. Mrs. O. N. Bushnell of Lake St. Clair spent Christmas week in this city as the house guest of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rollit Coe of Se attle spent Christmas at the home of the fetter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Satterthwalte, on the Westside. Mr. and Mrs. George Stearns of Mud Bay spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowen. James Olson ot the University of Washington spent the week-end in this city as the guest ot his fraternity brother Charles Lyman. Charles Butler of Camp Lewis spent this week visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. William Albright of Mud Bay. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Northcraft and little son of Tenino spent the holidays at the home of Mrs. North craft's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Springer. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cook and children have returned to their home after spending the Christmas festiv ities fa Seattle where they were the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ramsauer and litlte son of Seattle and Miss Florence McLane also of Seattle, spent Christmas at the Milner Mc- Lane home at Mud Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shannon and little daughter also spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. McLane. The meeting of the Mud 'Bay Woman's Community club will be held December 30 qt the home of Mrs. W. D. Cook. Ira Lorree, Instructor of Manual Trainging at the high school is spend - ing his Christmas vacation in Bell- Ingham with his relatives. Mr. and Mra. William Ga.nfleld had as their house guest over Christmas their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg Gallvas of Tacome.. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sheldon and Mrs. Sheldon's daughter. Miss Willa Carnsew, spent Christmas in Chehalis where they were the guests of Mrs. Sheldon's sisters, Mrs. 0. P. Donohoe and Mrs. P. I. Donohue. ' : Mrs. W. H. KneelamJ of Water street entertained Christmas day with a family dinner party for the mem bers of her immediate family. Cov ers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Frank lin Fogg and children of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Allen and sons, Edwin and Tommy; Mr. and Mrs. George Draham and son. Walter; Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fogg and children of Tacoma, and Dr. ani Mrs. N. E. Roberts of Shelton. - \ .) V. ton had ' ~ • ,f ,\! i }■: . Vi-. .1. C . •tt •• >r !. ' he." and brother. Fred Ui.!:hjr and tin . y. ii.ii.i" ('i• ■!.tn(l. i.H inlit r oi tii ■ ;te publ'a s 'rvici* commission. has liiiKchast'd the home of Judge T. M. Keed on Twenty fouri ;i street. Mr. and Mrs ( bland are now at home to their friends in ther now home Kinar Anderson, employed in "he otlice ot tli'' attorney general, spent his Christmas vacation in Btllingham with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Howey, who have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Howey since Christ mas. left Monday for their home in Sedro-Woolley. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Burwell and children spent Christmas in Taconia, where they were guests of Mr. Bur well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph j Burwell. John Wilson, who is attending the j University of Washington, is spend. I ing his Christmas vacation with his parents. Judge and Mrs. John M. Wil son of this city. Mrs. Franklin Fogg and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Fogg's mother, Mrs. W. H. Kneeland, will leave Wednesday for their home in Los Angeles. Roy Hall, professor at the Wash ington State College, Pullman, spent Christmas in this city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney John son. Miss Anna Kreider, who has boen teaching in Leavenworth, Washing ton, for the past year, spent Christ mast with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kreider, of this city. In honor of her daughter, Edith, Mrs. George F. McCoy will entertain with a children's party Wednesday afternoon at her home, 102 Capital Apartments. A very enjoyable Christmas tree was celebrated at the Tumwater Methodist Church on Thursday even ing. A full house seemed to get in tense enjoyment out of the splendid program and good time following. Mrs. J. C. Sams arrived Monday from Berkeley, California, to attend the funeral of her mother-in-law, the late Mrs. J. G. Sams, who was buried Monday afternoon from the Central Baptist church. „Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scully of Port land spent Christmas with Mrs. Scully's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bohac of this city. Mrs. Scully will be remembered as Miss Sylvia Bohac before her marriage. Merle Junk, who is a student at the Washington State College at Pull man, is spending the Christmas holi days in this city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Junk of West Nine teenth street. .Mr. and Lrs. J. S. Wlson of Hull, lowa, who have been &he house guests of their son and daughter.in law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson for the past two months, left Christ mas day for Los Angeles, where they will spend the winter with Mrs. Wil son's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Brown. BUSINESS N II LOCALP For Sale.—Jersey bull eligible tc registry: age 16 months. Registerac" Berkshire boar; age 18 months. Fred H. Wright, 209 Quince Street Olympia, Wash. 12-14-4« Expert pruning and grafting. Ad dress G. E. Townsend, Rochester Wash. 12-21-4* Want crew for a 6-machine shingle mill now being organized on coopera tive basis; investment required. D. H. Sears, 1911 Main street, phono 234, Olympia, Wash. 12-24-4* Found —A gold ring. Owner can have same by proving property. See H. Jack, at L. E. Titus (Jarage, or 818 Adams street. That l/cak> Aupto Top should be patched by us. Waterproof dressing or a new top. New and second-hand curtains. Fisk tires for less. Chris topher & Wallace, 312 Cherry street. 12-31-1* THE WASHINGTON STAND III). Of.YMPIA. WASHINGTON TI'KSDAM. DECKMHKR 2>, 1020 Aii ati«i Airs. Hurai " r ogj? ent» ir ' i :■"<! »M!i ;i (I'li'.'httul dinner ;in•' ' hri.-tnias tree Friday evening ;ir "i- :r ii• ii: in Interlak-»n, near Ta- I M -e ' !, ■ t i -\ •'d t lb- .'. 1, '" re Air- Fr inklin Fdl'l' d i . M and M ■ v. ••• •Mi I' H A! ii .mil oils. K.l. and Tommy. «.f Olympia. K \ A lli-n, ;. i:■ !i. i• t proprietor ol i!■' 1 a ii! on 1: otcl. irid con v ici • 1 join i ist in Judge John M. Wilson's court a week ago. was fined sl<H> fir v ilatioi: of th" federal prohibition laws in the Fnited States district .court last week in Taconui. Ford and Matry, who were arrested several 1-2 OFF SALE OH C9ATS, Nulls aid IRM Make your purchases during the beginning of this sale and take advantage of the entire new stock which was placed in this store November Ist. Every article of Ready-to-Wear is the newest in style and material. Every Suit Reduced 1-2 Suits of latest styles and excellent materials. Many with fur trimmed collars, all sizes. A Regular $47.50 Suits, Sale Price $23.75 \ Mf\\ 1 Regular $55.00 Suits, Sale Price $27.50 B l|CfW ' / 11* 1 Regular $65.00 Suits, Sale Price $32.50 L i if X Regular $75.00 Suits, Sale Price $37.50 m /ij V Regular $85.00 Suits, Sale Price $42.50 Regular $89.50 Suits, Sale Price $44.75 T| Regular SIIO.OO Suits, Sale Price $55.00 ' Infii \' %Jm E ' I fyP I r I / 'l\ IW Coast and Wraps that can be worn well into summer; many I / p \ J l\ ill i f ur trimmed collars and cuffs. s, \ l/l I I f \ I J Regular $39.50 Coats, Sale Price $19.75 ; /// 1 I\\fl <\ Regular $45.00 Coats, Sale Price $22.50 k <T>TU fa W ' k-'. 1 n Regular $55.00 Coats, Sale Price.. $27.50 !f / tK -Tsr/r v\ • Regular $65.00 Coats, Sale Price $32.50 'J Jfc lf\Jl WS Regular $75.00 Coats, Sale Price $37.50 LI l\ \« /( \h\ t\V Regular $85.00 Coats, Sale Price $42.50 V lA. II Regular $95.00 Coats, Sale Price $47.50 **■'. W Regular SIIO.OO Coats, Sale Price $55.00 PLUSH COATS REDUCED—Baffin, Salts and Pecos Plush; some fur-trimmed. / - I 11. • lilMB i I Every Silk Dress Reduced 1-2 This Sale Includes Eevery Dress in This Stock I . Except Evening Dresses. Some beaded, others with braids of gold and self trimming; Betty Wales dresses. Special—2o per cent reduction on all Carter's Regular $49.50 Dresses, Sale Price $24.75 Underwear—two-piece suits and union suits. Regular $55.00 Dresses, Sale Price $27.50 Pollyanna Style Aprons and House Dresses $1.98 Regular $59.50 Dresses, Sale Price $29.75 Value Special SI.OO. Regular $65.00 Dresses, Sale Price $32.50 Regular $69.50 Dresses, Sale Price $34.25 All 'Blouses—Oiie-Third Off. Regular $75.00 Dresses, Sale Price $37.50 Jersey gUk Petticoat^_Speciali $3 . 95 . Every Wool Dress Reduced 1-2 Bath Robes and Corduroy Robes at One Fourth Off. Suitable for even- occasion—Serges, Trico- . r . , . . . tines and Poiret Twili. <4ood Looking ( oat ot \\ 00l V elour, Silk Lined r, i sbo 4 t\ cj i r» • throughout, Fur Collars of Nutria and Austra- Regular ».» Dresses, Sale Pr.ee J17.2d lina Opossum. Verv special- Regular $44.50 Dresses. Sale Price $22.20 ' Regular $49.50 Dresses, Sale Price $24.75 $22 00 • Regular $55.00 Dresses, Sale Price $27.50 Regular $65.00 Dresses, Sale Price $32.50 . . Regular $69.50 Dresses, Sale Price $34.75 ( ° a4,s » Selling at 1-3 Off. t I 1 NUMBERS IN THE DOLL CONTEST Lucky Number Greatest Number Tickets Evelyn Nelson, Fourth and Boulevard streets. Miss William B. Baker, 7th and Stanton West, ' Pag' Sri' months ai-o f'ir violating the liquor law . u .-re convicted and lined s_Tiii each Allen u... -••ntenc, ;;o a year i. tic •iii" penitential;- it Walla Willi toi- violating lie Washington la v.'. Mr ~-id M T. !■! r .ker of Fast I. .'htei nlh i!■ e. r. were hosts ;ii a :■ ett.!;. ]i;c :nied dinner Sunday. Tli • *• pre. it were Mr. and Mr-. '1 ■>r;.'e li. Heath of Tiicoma. Mr. and Mr- William ('onklin and son of Ta coiua, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mink i*■ i and children of Montesano. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Aspinwall are rejoicing over the birth of a baby u'irl born at the family home on the West Side, December 24 Th>- baby has been named Gladys elizabeth. Mrs Asplnwall will be remembered as Mi-s t'.lady- White o:' tli s city before her marriage. Ol ■ ille Kisor, who is a stlHbe.t at tin fniv." -i;\' of I'hiistin . ir. ih's city the sucst of Lloyd Van Ki'ton. He left Monday fof Aberdeen where lie will vUit I' >r a few - a itli his parents. r.liK.'iu;einefit Announced. Mr. and Mrs. William Garhart Sells of Fargo. N 1). announce the engage ment of their daughter. Mrs. Ida Sells Gundrum of Olympia to Haven li. Whiting, son of Mrs. Frances ( Whiting of Olympia. Mrs. Gundru® is well known in this city havin made her home here for many y ea r s She is employed in the office of the state safety board. Mr. \vi lit i ng cime to Olympia from Pittsburg H- is manager of the Olympia Knitt ing V ill--. No date lias been set fop tho weddin.U. Colli K»tale Kvilieats to Slate. The estate of Fred Foth amounting to sr>.!tt',o was escheated to the slate this week, as the deceased had no relatives nor did he leave :> will The escheat was the largest to be received by the state tax department n many months. Foth died in Port (iamble in liU'.t.