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| L.OCAL| HAPPENINGS Mrs. Edward Conne'ly <-f K;: > in■ > i 5s visiting her parent, Mr. atol '' H. L. Ellsworth. Ex-Senator Honor (if Alien! •n, v i - a business visitor iu the city ill s week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kevin w 11 entertain with a prettily appointed dinner next Wednesday at their homo "Casa Contenta" in honor of their niece, Miss Marguerite Lang of Van couver, B. C., who is their house fillip FOR SALE ON WEST SIDE, 5 lots, farmed, 4-room house; 4 blocks from car, one-half block from highway; good w-.il; s}) GO. ONE LOT; fine fruit, 5-room house, close, one-half block from highway; $1,400; very easy terms. THREE LOTS; good 7-room, modern house, fruit; $3,000; very easy terms. EAST PART OF TOWN TWO LOTS, 7 room house, fruit, tine garden, close in, $1,650, $350 down, sls per month. POUR LOTS, 4-room house; SSOO to owner, purchaser assume assessments on paved street. TWO 5-room new bungalows, on East Fourth street; one $2,600, the other $2,700. NEW 4-room house, barn, chickenhouse, all kinds of fruit and berries; the very best soil; $2,300, SSO down, balance like rent. , 102-ACRE RANCH, close in, for sale, or trade, or rent. POUR ACRES, best soil, 6-room house, 3 acres farmed, $2,250. terms; close in. Pour Acres, good large new buildings, best Boil, 5,000 berries set last year; fine eow; $3,500. TIE TIMBBR for 10,000 ties, and saw timber;soo,ooo feet. B. W. HAYS Phone 1050 Byrne Block, Olympia, Wash. ; : : ... : : «■- ------- WI FRESH ~~]\ (f/ MILK ft \ Grown-ups and children alike enjoy a glass u of Milk at any time of the day. As a thirst » m /.: quencher it is n a class by itself. As a food, | I A phone call, 10, will bring a quart or pint > | bottle to your door Within a few hours. I Olympia Dairy Products Co. , LEVEE TIRE HOSPITAL PHONE 452 330 majn STREET r v\ ..n • ■ :iTj.-r :he guests • (1 'I.-* -la'ive dance at i ,;••• , t t- < iiti • >*••• . will he laid ( Rh'i-en. Mr.- Hut •hins.'ti. hous mother ..!■ Hi. \1 • ih:: X Vl'a - 'ciety of the I'll ver.j-y of vVfl .'l'-11-lor . W; S til» ; u< ~t >.f Co*-»rtior and Mrs Louis F. Hart for th<- re •;>* • h°ld at the mansion Thursday >■ :n n-r. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Agate had as their dinner guests Sunday at their home in tl. <\v> '-i .Vvrtments, Se:i:it<. r a:id Mrs Oliv r Cornwall of Walla Walla. Anson Hart dovo to Seattle Thursday to hring Miss Ella Hart to THE WASHINGTON STANDARD. OLYMPIA. WASHINGTON. Flil DAY, JANUARY 21. 1921 Olympia for the governor's reception, held Thursday evening at the execu tive mansion. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Suzzalo of th" University of Washington are spend ing the week in Olympia. They ar" registered at the Hotel Olympian. Dr and Mrs. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mitchell of Enumclaw will be th - ; week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hillings, Delta Delta sorority of the Wash ington State College at Pullman < n nounces the pledging of Miss Phyllis FitzHenry, daughter of Mr. aru Mrs. E. A. FitzHenry of this city. M s.s FitzHenry is a freshman at the insti tution. Waldo Stentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stentz, who is attending the University of Washington, was ini- tiated last week into the Theta Delta Chi fraternity. Mr. Stentz is a freshman at the university. Owing to an accident to her foot, Miss Josie Ij. Howell, sister of the late Captain I. M. Howell, is con fined to St. Peter's hospital for sev eral weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Marion Perry, of Ho quiam, are the house guests of Mr. Perry's sister, Mrs. L. J. Pierce of the Capitol Apartments. i Frank B. Norman, formerly rep resentative from Pacific county, is in the city watching the legislature grinding and sorting out laws, i , Captain Ralph Horr, organizer of Washington National Guard attached , to the adjutant general's office, wi>s iin the city yesterday looking after | military matters. j I John T. Condon, dean of the law school at the University of Washing- I ton, is spending a few days at the ; state house representing the univer | sity. Mrs. R. C. McCredie of Sunnysde, chairman of the State Health depart ment, in- the city for several days on official business. She is registered at the Hotel Olympian. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McNulta en tertained Sunday afternoon with- a dinner at their home In Maple Park. Covers were laid for Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Bell and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hicks of Tacoma, Judge and Mrs. John R. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hoff man of Chicago and Mr-, and Mrs. McNulta. Dean Edward C. Johnson of Pull man, and ex-Senator W. H. Paulha mus, of Puyo.llup, were In the city this week conferring with State Com missioner of Agriculture Frank Oloyd. Dean Johnson and Senator Paulhamus are members of the state agriculture advisory board. The program committee for the Pythian Sisters waß appointed Wed nesday evening at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. M. G. Andresen on Main street. The program committee consists of Mrs. E. F. Jones, Mrs. Watson Filsinger, Mrs. 6. V. Kuyken dall, Mrs. John Barnes and Mrs. An dresen. Judge and Mrs. Warren W. Tol man entertained Thursday evening proceeding the Governor's reception with a prettily appointed dinner at their home on West Thirteenth street. The table was centered with aa at tractive basket of pussy-willows and yellow* forsyphia. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kevin; Rep resentative and Mrs. W. H. Wlnfree of Spokane, Miss Marguerite Lang, of Vancouver, B. C., Roscoe Fuller ton and Judge and Mrs. Tolman. Veterans Enjoy Dance. ' The Veterans' Dance held at the Red Cross Hall at Tumwater pro vided a good time for some 150 couples laßt Saturday evenlag. Many legislators and their wives and friends took advantage of the opportunity of the fine music provided by the Paramount Orchestra. These dances are held the first and third Saturday of each month to defray expenses of the Veteran's hall. The next dance will come on February 5. Shermans Move <o Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sherman left Wednesday for Seattle where they will make their future home. The Shermans have made their home in Olympia for the past twelve years during which time Mr. Sherman was connected with the state treasure3's office. For the past eight years Mr. Sherman has been state treasurer. Hugh Ross Recovers Hugh Ross, well known druggist of his city who has been confined to St. Peter's hospital for the past sev eral weeks is sufficiently recovered from his illness to leave Friday for California to spend the wintr months. WOODMEN AMI WOODCRAFT IAM AL ORDERS HOLD JOINT INSTALLATION' CKKKMONIDS The Woodmen of the World and the Lad'es of Woodcraft held a joint installation last week at Central hall. After the installing ceremony danc ing was enjoyed, and refreshments were served. Mrs Lena M. Houpt, captain of the guards, performed the drill work for both lodges. The Woodcraft officers installed were: G. N„ Mrs. Hattle IJ. Miller; P. G. N.. Mrs. Hannah Ranft; magician. Mrs. Alice Foster; advisor, Mrs. Martha Woodcock; clerk, Mrs. Sylvania Schlosser; banker, Mrs. Hanna Ever ett; musician, Mrs. Louise Graham, attendant, Mrs. Edith Ayers; captain of the guards, Mrs. Lena Houpt; inner sentinel, Mrs. Carrie Hopp; outer sentinel. Mrs. Annie Wisneiski. Mrs. Evn. I'. Gordon acted as install ing officer for the Woodcraft ceremo nies. For the Woodman, Jessie Springer acted as installing officer. Those installed in the Woodman of the World were C. C. Clem, W. C. Burntrager, J. T. Otis, John John son, Leo White, Leroy Jordon and Floyd DeFord. WOMAN'S t'Ll'B STARTS SERIES BRIDGE TEAS Commencing January 25, the Worn an's Club will start giving a series of their ever popular bridge teas for the public. During the last session of the. legislature the club gave a series dur ing the two months and they proved to be most successful and entertain ing. The first tea, to be held nerl Tuesday, will be in charge of Mrs. P. M. Troy, who will have assisting her Mrs. George Blankenshlp Mrs. F. A. Longaker, Mrs. G. B. Boone, Mrs. Alec Wright. Prizes will be given for the highest score. Already several tables have been reserved by those desiring to entertain more than one guest. The affairs will be held every two weeks during the session. MRS. KGLLY KPKAKH AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH A splendid audience greeted Mrs. Louise Kelly of Emporia, Kansas, Thursday evening at the Christian church. Mrs. Kelly is a keen ob server and student of the present social unrest in the world, both with in and without the church. All classes are affected by this withering wave. She wanted her hearers to think soberly and to live carefully, holding a steady ( course under the mighty hand of the Great God of our des tiny. A cheering optimism pervaded the entire address. BUSINESS Q II LOCALPI For Sale—7-room, moderff House and three lots, One block from'.Wash ington school, 1222 East Sixth St. Phone 549 Y 1-11-4 ARTESIAN WELLS Bids desired for drilling two well* near Seattle. For information Wflta Swensson ft Co., 4099 Arcade Bldg., Seattle. 1-11-4* FORD SPECIALS. ' One truck, painted, fine rubber, and in flrat-caiaq condition; |650. Terms and no interest. Roadster in A 1 mechanical condition, looks good runs line.—s4oo no interest. Newly painted Sedan In first clasß running condition; De mountable rims, fine rubber and fully guaranteed. SBO4 easy terms, no interest. L. E. TITUS Authorized Ford Dealer. For Rent—One Sleeping Room furnished. Call .at 10th and Frank lin. • Estray Notice—Three Jersey heif ers, 12 to 18 months old. A. E. White, phone 22F4, box 295, Olym Pia. 1-18-2 * Famous Buttle Crock Sanitarium Treatment rooms opening in the White House Hotel, rooms 1, 2, and 3 Everywhere you go you find friends of this renowned system of rational remedies without drugs. Electric light sweating baths, massage, elec trical treatment in all forms. Dr. E. S. Horsnian, drugless, specialises in stomach, bowel and liver disorders. Regardless of how severe your rheu matism, It goes at once in the electric light bath. For Sale. —Easter lillie's and also other kinds of flower seeds, apply to E. Bohm, R. F. D. No.l. 1-21-1 For Sale —One bay mare colt, C months old; will sell or trade for young heifer, etc. Write V. H. Dent, Olympic, Wash., Rt. 4. m . KE * * ' t ARRIVALS t Spring Dresses Fashioned in smart models which reflect style tendencies for Spring. These dresses are of trico tine, taffeta and Canton crepe, and combinations of tricotine and satin. For afternoon and street wear. Moderately priced. M. M. MORRIS Successor to Feist & Bachrach STATIONERY LEATHER GOODS Buy a Book Buy a Book a Week a Week 1 THRIFT | 2 The mere hoarding of money is not thrift. Thrift gj g really means the wise use of your talents, your time, © S you energy, your money, and can be turned to good w account in a hundred ways. With reference to your >» 0 money we should say that thrift means wise spending g £ and consistent saving. If you have no regular system $ g of spending and saving, adopt a budget now. Start right and keep it up. You will be astonished at the results at the end of the year and bleßs the day you started. M We can supply you with, the first essential, a £ | HOUSEHOLD EXPENSE BOOK. | 1 The Bobkstore \ "Shelley and Kelly" \ ! Buy a Book Buy a Book I aWeek a Week • -i BOOKS MAGAZINES KODAKS UNITED MEN'S CLUB HEARS MRS. TRUMBULLL Mrs. Victoria L. Trumbull, chair man of the capital bureau of the Women's Legislative Bureau, ad dressed the United Men's Club at the luncheon meeting in the Crane Cafe Monday noon. She emphasized the necessity of making statutory pro vision for caring for the vast number of subnormal children in Western Washington who are now eithe.- crowding the special classes in the public schools in the cities, or run ning free acquiring criminal tenden cies resulting In enormous expense to the state. The club endorsed tho 48 hour week for working girls, ono of the measures on the council's calendar for action, and also favored the repeal of the capital punishment act. WOMAN'S CLUB PRESENTS CLEVER, UNIQUE PROGRAM A most clever *nd unique progra* was presented at the regular meetlnl of the Woman's club Tuesday noon. The program which wa» " charge of Mrs. W. A. Van Eppe. slsted of the following number# duet by Mrs. Mansfield and Harris; synopsis of "Vanity F»«r" * Mrs. Van Epps. The character Amelia Smedley was taken by John Dalqulat; song, "Drink to ¥ Only with Thine Eyes" and Me all Those Endearing Yon* Charms" Mrs. George Naden. T °" character, Rebecca Sharpe in ' V«# Pair" was taken by Mrs. Warren Tollman; violin solo, Mrs. A. • Baker, reading, Mrs. Christopher.