Bp ORA F. McINTYRE
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At 10:00 A.M.
Sunflower Art Club to
B e Guests of Mrs. W. W- Hiird.
On Wednesday afternoon the Sun
flower Art club will be the guests of
Mrs. W. W. Hurd at her home on
Fourth avenue south. A program
will be given, and the members of
the club are requested to be present.
Missionary Society to
Meet With Mrs. C. D. Borton.
On Thursday afternoon the Mission
ary society of the Methodist church
will meet at the home of Mrs. C. D.
Borton. A program will be given and
those interested in missions are cor
dially invited to be present.
Mrs. Clarence Hall
Hostess to Rebekahs.
The members of the Rebekah lodge
were guests at> the home of Mrs.
Clarence Hall on Wednesday evening,
where they held their regular meeting.
A social hour was enjoyed later in
the evening and the hostess served
Guild Entertained on
Thursday by Mrs. J. L. Lytic.
On Thursday afternoon the Ladies'
Guild of the Episcopal church was
very pleasantly entertained at the
home of Mrs. J. L. Lytle. The host
ess served a delicious lunch consisting
of chicken salad, sandwiches, cakes and
Card Party at Just Inn
On Monday the ladies of St. Matth
ews guild will give a card party at
The Mardi Gras Ball
The most fun of all,
At the Firemen's hall
February 16 th.
The Glasgow Drug Co. Will Get In
Costumes Which Nay Be Rented
F. M. West, expert type
writer repair man, will
be at the Courier office
Saturday, January 31st
Call Phone 44
the Just Inn, with Mrs. Oscar Weber,
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Goodman as host
esses. Cribbage, bridge and whist
will be played, and a good time is an
ticipated. The public is cordially in
vited to attend.
Married Men to Entertain
At Cards, at Rectory.
Messrs. Leo Hurly, Lawrence Selig,
E. N. Hill and C. F. Kenney will en
tertain at a card party which will be
given at the Catholic rectory next
Wednesday evening. They extend an
invitation to the public to be present.
Eastern Star Chapter
Meet on Monday Evening,
On Monday evening the Eastern
Star chapter held its meeting in the
Masonic hall. The regular work of
the order was put on, after which the
refreshment committee, composed of
Mrs Gregory and Mrs. Tweedy, serv
ed a lovely lunch.
The entertainment committee, with
Mrs. Hurd as chairman, then took
charge and a most enjoyahe time was
spent by the members.
Young People Give Carnival
At Odd Fellow's Hall.
On Thursday evening the younp peo
ple of the Epworth League gave a
carnival in the Odd Fellow's hall,
which made a decided hit. Various
booths were arranged in which side
shows were held, while the band with
great effort displayed the same en
thusiasm customary at a circus, if not
with the same result. Later on in
the evening a minstrel show was put
on, during which some very fine mus
ical numbers were rendered.
The Gypsy Queen, Operetta,
Will Be Given Feb. 10th.
The Gypsy Queen, a comedy oper
etta, will be given at the Odd Fel
lows' hall on Tuesday evening, Feb
ruary 10th, commencing at 8:30, for
the benefit of the Episcopal basement
fund. The operetta, which is given
under the able management of Mrs.
Memminger-Keith, has a cast of 25
members, written in three acts, with
fine choruses, fancy dancing, catchy
music and humor, and will undoubted
ly make a splendid evening of enter
Ladies' Aid of Methodist
Church Meet on Wednesday.
On Wednesday afternoon of this
week the Ladies' Aid of the Metho
dist church met in the parlors. There
was a very good attendance and in
terest in the aid is increasing.
Mrs. George Berry was in attend
ance and told of the work of the home
service department of the Red Cross.
The aid dediced to meet at an earlier
hour for their next meeting and sew
for this organization.
The hostesses on this occasion were
Mrs. C. R. St. Clair and Mrs. Harry
Magruder, who served an appetizing
lunch consisting of scalloped potatoes,
meat loaf, hot rolls, pickles, cream
puffs and coffee.
L. M. I. Study Club
Entertained by Mrs. Friedlund.
Mrs. A. B. Friedlund was hostess
on Tuesday evening to the members
of the L. M. I. Study club, which met
at her home. The program for the
evening included an interesting re
view of the subject "America's Genius
for Assimilation," given by Miss Fie
fiold, and an excellent paper by Mrs.
Leedham entitled "Why Non-ratifica
tion of Peace Treaty by Senate and its
bearing on America's foreign rela
After the program the hostess serv
ed dainty and original refreshments.
The guests of the club were Mrs. J.
W. Wedum, Mrs. C. E. Hoppin, Mrs.
R. H. Comport, Mrs. S. L. Rugg and
The next meeting of the club will
be held at the home of Mrs Leedham
on Monday evening, February 9th.
I. W. W. CASE BEING TRIED.
Montesano, Wash., Jan. 25.—Condi
tions resembling those of a boom min
ing camp prevail in this little lum
ber town and county seat. There are
said to be no rooms available, even
the private homes of citizens being
crowded with talesmen, attorneys and
witnesses here to attend the opening
Monday of the trial of 11 alleged I.
W. W. charged with the murder of
Warren O. Grimm, during an armistice
day parade at Centralia, November
The prosecution is said to have sub
poenaed more than 200 witnesses. The
defense counsel has announced that
it will call about 100 witnesses. The
jury venires total 380 taxpayers of
Grays Harbor county.
Nearly all of these are either here
in Montesano or at Aberdeen, about 12
miles distant. The housing and feed
ing situation faced by the people of
Montesano were unprecedented. It
was expected, however, that they will
Arrangements have been completed
to house and feed witnesses, prospec
tive jurors and counsel at the city hall.
These arrangements also provide for
the housing and feeding of a number
of members of the American Legion,
who have, come here to watch the
progress of the case. The legion is
particularly interested in the trial
because the four men who met death
during the shooting were members
of that organization.
A large hall, vacant until a few days
ago, is being used by the defense as
a lodging house. It is several blocks
from the court house, however.
fiUNS ARE BARRED FRON
I. W. W. COURT HEARING
Montesano Court Orders Veniremen
and Spectators Questioned as to
Arms Before Entering.
Montesano, Wash., Jan. 29.— George
F. Vanderveer, counsel for the defense
in the trial of eleven alleged I. W. W.,
charged with murder in connection
with the Centralia armistice day
shootings, was ordered by Judge John
M. Wilson, today, to deposit his re
volver in the office of the county clerk
before entering court hereafter. Judge
Wilson made the request of attorneys
for both the prosecution and defense,
but Vanderveer was the only lawyer
in the case who admitted carrying a
Baliffs questioned veniremen and
spectators today as to possession of a
weapon before allowing them to en
ter the court room.
Influenza in this county had begun
to assume epidemic conditions it was
learned when it became known that
at least 10 members of the American
legion were confined to their tempor
ary barracks as influenza sufferers.
Sheriff Jeff Bartell has been unable
to attend court for two days, and his
illness is said to lie due to influenza.
Several other court attaches are said
to be suffering from influenza. It
has not become virulent, however.
Four veniremen were examined by
the prosecution and defense at the
morning session of court, three being
excused for cause and one being ac
cepted temporarily. The accepted tal
esman was C. C. Strayer, grain mer
chant of Aberdeen. He was accepted
over the challenge of the defense.
The three dismissed were: Samuel
Berdine, filer, Hoquiam; Frank Wat
kins, confectioner, Elma, and Adolph
J. Pietsch, fill foreman, Aberdeen,
Berdine was excused following a chal
lenge by the defense, the other two
because of opinions which the court
O. C. Schneider, temporarily passed
Wednesday, was re-examined. The
prosecution has challenged him for
W. E. Hall was arrested here Wed
nesday night on a warrant sworn to
by J. C. Home of Hoquiam, who
charged that Hall was spreading I.
W. W. propaganda among veniremen
of Hoquiam. Home in his complaint
alleged that Hall was an I. W. W. in
vestigator. The complaint, issued by
Justice William Lamb, alleged crimi
nal syndicalism. Bail to the amount
of $250 was deposited for his release.
3000 ALIEN REDS LISTED
FOR PROMPT DEPORTATION
Washington, D. C., Jan. 27—Approx
imately 3000 of the 3300 aliens taken
into custody during the recent nation
wide round-ups of radicals are per
fect cases for deportation, as a re
sult of Secretary Wilson's decision
that the communists and communist
labor parties are revolutionary with
in the meaning of the deportation law,
J. D. Hoover, special assistant to At
torney General Palmer in charge of
Such cases are perfect, Mr. Hoover
said, in that it will be necessary only
for agents of the department of jus
tice to present the alien's membership
card in either party to make out proof
of deportation. In cases of the other
500 or (iOO aliens whose membership
cards were not seized at the time of
the raids, Mr. Hoover said it will be
possible to prove their membership
by other means.
Deportation hearings and the ship
ment of the reds from this country
will be pushed rapidly, Mr. Hoover de
clared. Second, third and as many
soviet arks as may be necessary, will
be made i-eaily as the convictions pro
ceed, he said, and deportations will not
wait for the conclusion of all the cas
About three-fourths of the aliens ta
ken in the raids were Russians.
The warrant prepared for the ar
rest of Ludwig C. A. K. Martens, "am
bassador" of the Russian soviet gov
ernment, will be served when Martens
is released by the senate sub-commit
tee investigating bolshevik propagan
da in this country.
"1 see your wife has one of those
"She was early in the game. Tm go
ing to mak* some money this sum
"By taking her around ths picnic cir
cuit. She ought to win first coin In
any sack race for ladles."—Louisville
A certain hard -boiled lieutenant
called In a sergeant to letter Ms
locker. After thinking It over, he
•aid : "Tou might leave the lleuten
ant off as I expect to be made cap
"Why not." Innocently suggested the
sergeant, "leave a space between the
lieutenant and your first name, so
you could Insert "Col.'T"—Booster.
The Poet 's Corner.
Visitor—Who caused that unsightly
fence to be put up in this beautiful
"Oh, that Is the home of John
"The Miracle Nan"
Glasgow, Montana, Jaauary
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Sweetslnger, the famous portrayer or
the poetry of child life, author of
'Songs of Childhood' nnd 'Prattling
Voices at Twilight." He had the fence
built to keep out the neighbors' chil
'What's the hubbub in the inside of
"The old mon Is savage today and
the fool office boy let In an agent with
a 'Life of Cromwell.' "
"I suppose he Is selling his life
"Do yon believe In the theory of
"I wouldn't venture to contradict
It," replied young Mrs. Torklns.
"Charley dear Is always telling about
animals that start as race horses and
finish as dogs."
Camels are sold everywhere in scientific
ally sealed packages of 20 cigarettes ; or
ten packages (200 cigarettes) in a glass
ine-paper-covered carton. We strongly
recommend thia carton for the home of
office supply, or when you travel.
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Do you know the latest about grains,
croping and tillage methods? Well,
then, attend the farm bureau short
course, February 18-19-20.
FOR DISTRICT JUDGE.
I desire to call the attention of the
Republican voters of the Seventeenth
Judicial District for Phillips and Val
ley Counties, that I will be a Candi
date for the office of Judge of that
court at the coming primaries.
CARL D. BORTON.
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