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MUD BAY Mrs. ('has Starr returned the first of the week from an extended visit with relatives In Portland. The Patrons of Husbandry who attended the meeting at Butler s Cove T*fesday report the road in that direc tion nearly impassible. W. D. Cook and son Roger drove to Camp Lewis Saturday. Representative Aspinwall was at home over Sunday. Mn. C. C. Aspinwall attended the reception at the Governors Mansiou Teusday evening. Jay Bolster and family have moved to the Broyies place. Til® Women's community meeting Thursday held a dress form class and other work was planned. The next seating will be held with Mrs. Mc- Interf February Srd. SOUTH UNION The club met with Mrs. W. J. Ab bott Thursday. Music and games were the amusement. A delicious lueh was served by hostess assisted by the Misses Irene and Elsie Ab bott Mr. and Mrs; Fred Schultse and •oa, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pearson ■on aad daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. B L- 1 ' I ' AH factories have announced a cut of 20 per cent I: OA •UsteUngsifter* and every sterling silver article [ *, in beta cut 30 per cent. It will be our r : fi policy, ad through this period of readjustment, to fol- I■' low the market in all reductions that may come. Hds redaction together with a previous 10 per I last August, brings Sterling Silver p By«|Jave planned for a pattern in sterling, now IIV™ 017 D A V FRIDAY lUll BATUEDAY j\f*\BATUKDAY William Russell "ER FIRST "The Nan Who ELOPEMENT" Dared" Md » Two-Beel Comedy I•" - ' also SUXDAY, MONDAY Chrirt" Oom^y CONSTANCE BINNEY SUNDAY, MONDAY in TUESDAY "fIOMBTHDIO K - LINCOLN ■ Starring in DIFFERENT" "THE INNNER YOIOE" also and A Ballroom Romeo Buster Keaton and Topici in Matineea at 2:30 "THE SCARECROW" Wedneeday, Saturday, Natinees Saturday, Sunday ! «o Sunday 11c 11c—25c Ho Night* lie 30c Nights 11c A. Reed and Mr S. M. Curver spent Saturday evening nt the homo of W K. Ball,cards being the chief amuse ment of the evening. A lunch was served by hostess. Glen Neumun returned home from Idaho after a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. David Hartsuck and Mrs. Kelley of Quinault Lake visited the former's parents also attending the inaugural ball. Mr. A. A. Reed spent several day. in Seattle attending to business returning home Thursday accom panied by his neice Miss Maudie Lirsen. Mr. H. C. Bergh and son were Olympia visitors one day last week. Mr. John Gunstone and daughter Miss Opal Gunstone were in Olympia on business Saturday. Mr. Arch Randall Rpent the week end at his home. Mrs. David Hartsuck and Mrs. Kelly of Lake Quinr.ult were guests at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Dowe and family of Elma, and S. M. Curver of Tac onn were week-end visitors at tha home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Reed. Miss Nannetta Adams of Aberdeen 1B visiting at the home of her uncle Mr. E. H. Adams. TITE WASHINGTON STAND. JiD, OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1921 Puget Mr. and Mrs S. M. Kegley rrj receiving i ongratulations on the arri val of a new habv daughter born last Saturday even ng January 15. i Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holtinghou. and little son returned '.o their home near Lacev Tuesday after staying with relatives he/re for about, ten days. Mr. Harry Larsen went back to 'Olympia Monday where he is em ployed by the cannery company. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Kegg are er joicing over a new baby daughter | born at the hospital in Olympia Sun ' day evening. Mr. G. Loveland of Tacoma was in Puget one day last week. | Mr. and Mrs. G. Pone an and niece | Miss Berdie Woods of California, | spent a few days at their home at I Johnsons Point. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCabe have bought the old Frouth place and are repairing the house to make their home there. Mrs. M. J. Doyle, Mrs. Nicholson and Mrs. McCabe called at the Kpgley home Tuesday to see the new baby. SCHNEIDERS PRAIRIE Miss Donna and Lilla Campbell spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrow. Mrs. B. Russell left Tuesday for British Colubla where she will visit with relatives. She was accompanied by her husband, Mr. B. Russell as far as Seattle. Mr. Russell will re turn here in a few days. Mr. J. A. Morrow had the m's fortune of breaking nis leg in a fall. He is now at St. Peter's hospital in Olympia. Miss Theresa O'Hare is visiting with her sister in Olympia for a few days. Mrs. J. Morrow and little flaughter onna were Olympia vistors Wednes day. The Grangers are very busy getting ready for a big dance Saturday night. BRIGHTON PARK Brighton Park Grunge held their regular meeting Friday evening, Jan uary 14. A resolution opposing the proposed daylight saving law was adopted. This bill Is something that will do the farmer harm. Another resolution in favor of the truth in fabrics bill was adopted. After the business session the installation of officers tor the coming year were in stalled, A. O. West acting as install ing officer, assisted by Ray Lewis. Those installed were: Master, Fred G. Heinen; overseer, Roy Sheldon; lecturer, Eugene Se#ard; steward, Victor H. Dent; ass'stant steward, Frank Clauson; chaplain, Dora Dia mond; treasurer, Andrew Nelson; secretary, Jessie B. Dent; O. K., Gus Nelson; Pomona, Llsale Keaty; Flora, Angela Alderman; Ceres, Haael Newman; L. A. 8., Margaret Davidson. Supper was served by the W. W. committee, consisting of buns, hot dogs, doughnuts and coffee. I Those attending Pomona Grange at Alert Tuesday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nelson, Mrs. Llsiie Krats, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ferguson, Mrs. D. Mulholland, Mrs. Victor M. Dent, A. G. West and J. W. Alder man. Vera Twias, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Twigs of Olympia, who Is ill with scarlet fever, is reported some better. Miss Hasel Conn started Monday making the hot soup at the Turn water school. Here's wishing her success. NATIONAL HOLSTEIN LEADER SPEAKS IN SENATE CHAMBER Senator Bishop Arranges Joint Meet- ing of Dairy »n<] Livestock Com- mittees Friday Night. Holstein enthusiasts will be wel come In the Senate chamber on Fri day evening, according to an an nouncement made by Senator William Bishop Just before adjournment Wed nesday afternoon. There will be a Joint meeting" of the dairy and live stock committees of the two houses which will be addressed by L. L. Aitkin of Flint, Michigan, president of the Holstein Breeders' association of North America. Senator Bishop, chairman of the Senate dairy and livestock committee, invited the busi ness men and farmers of Olympia and Thurston county to attend the meeting as guests of the Joint com mittee. Mr. Aitkin is making a tour of the counties of Washington for the pur pose of organizing county Holstein breeders' associations and his sched ule brings him into Thurston county at an opportune time to meet the legislative committee. The Senator himself is one of the most success ful dairy men in the state, his stock and a dairy farm at Chimacum in county being considered one of the agricultural show places of the state. §A RECIPE FOR A PLEASED BOY—BUY HIS CLOTHES HERE values here. We're ready for inspection. Youthful styles in tailored suits shaped to stay. Some with two pairs of trousers. Juvenile Novelty Suits $5.00 to $7.95 Youths Long Trouser Suits $20.00 up Underwear Specials Many weeks yet for boys to wear warm underwear. Splendid opportunity to fill his needs for next season, too. Medium weight j suits reduced for clearance at $1.39. | Wool Sweater Coats Hose for Boys Every son loves a sweater. New ones in Reinforced toes and heels, extra heavy attractive weaves with smart finishes. Va- legs. rious colors. Each $4.25 Per pair 33c Neck Ties ' $1.25 to $2.00 Mottman Mercantile Company HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION GETS SENATE SUPPORT Two Measures Carrying More Than Five Million Dollars Paas for Immediate Effect ! __ Completion of present construction and the. makinf of new contracts on state highways are provided in two measures passed by the senate on Thursday morning, and in addition Senator Wray succeeded in rushing senate bill 41, transferring sl£,ooo from the clerks' fund to the traveling fund of the public service commission so that engineers can proceed with their work. All were ordered to take effect Immediately. Senate bill No. 3d, recommended for passage by the committee on roads and bridges, ajppropriates the sum of 94,400,000 from the public highway fund to complete contracts and con- ■ struction work now in force on per manent highways for the purpose of making payment on new contracts on permanent highways and for the maintenance of permanent highways. Senate bill No. 40, also recom mended for passage by the roads and bridges committee, re-appropriates $850,651.09 from the public high way fund, and 9431,200 from the motor vehicle fund for use by the state highway board on the Cascade road in Skagit county, and portions of the following highways: Central Washington, from Connell north; In land Empire, McClellan Pass, Nation al Park, North Bank, Ocean Beach, Olympic, Pacific, and Sunset. Senator Bishop Worries About Pork. Senator Oliver Hall of Whitman, chairman of the roads and bridges committee, had a jocular colloquy with Senator Bishop concerning the erstwhile pork barrel method. The senator from Chimacum wanted to know if the recommendations would be made by the committee under the old method, but Senator Hall as serted that since most of the road work assigned would benefit the west side, the Olympic peninsula solon was entitled to all the pork he could get out of It, and all the better if he could get a bridge across the Sound out of it. Pierce and Spokane are going' to have county law libraries Just as well as King county, according to senate bill No. 16, introduced by Senator Westfall of Spokane, which passed. The present law permits counties of 300,000 population to establish coun ty libraries, but since King county is the only county coming under this classification no other county can act under this provision. If the bill passes the house and is signed by the governor, counties of 125,000 can do so. Every member present voted for the bill except Dan Landon, who ob jected to subsidising lawyers. Senate joint resolution No. 5 was introduced by Senator Fawcett of Pierce, calling for the appointment of two members of the senate by the president and three members of the house by the speakr to constitute a joint committee of the two houses to * TEXAS CAFE A GOOD PLACE TO EAT IN A GOOD TOWN * Any time you imagine that a home cooked meal would put your appetite in order, call around to the TEXAS CAFE, just opposite Rex Theater. < SERVICE OUR MOTTO QUALITY FIRST < 304 EAST FOURTH Rubber Boots and Shoes For these wet days nothing is as good as rubber boots or shoes to keep your feet dry. We offer the Goodyear Glove Brand Boots and Shoes as follows: LOW BUBBEB SHOES .$3.25 HIGH RUBBEB SHOES $3 60 KNEE BOOTS $6.00 THIGH BOOTS (U. 8. Brand) $7.60 We also have clothing of all kinds for wet weather wear. Gottfeld's 211 EAST FOURTH ST. Investigate the failure of the Scandi navian-American bank of Tacoma, to ascertain the cause of the failure, and If there are any defects in the state banking laws. The resolution, after second reading, was referred to the committee on banks and banking.