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Want FOR SAIA Team Of weighing about 150( wagon and ilarne. and oue half allies Kir.kland on Slator road. Pries reasonable for Also small farm rater, plow and Frotmo B D. 816 Second Ave. 4414. I]B DEVOTED TO THE i No ell rntinrl TKOIA)UOH COVERAGE W]EEKLI A PAPIB FOR ALL THE IIOMED ]:N T&apos;H18 DISTRICt VALLEY GEM BAILIpp0 Ball for >ervice. Sired by eL,; CIIICONA BELMONT, stamii::g (;uern.ey of the with five than|pies thv two e:ts on the FAI+.M alone aud SCOres Of His 1)am SIIEILA of Farm, Grand Dam, GANA, ley (lea, made 17,000 milg in year. Will bring him fa,m any place for $3. Fish pond on Hollywood road. Clyde. I.ed. 1391 Kirkland. MEN WANTED--for of 800 Consumers in and r ties of North King North and City of Seattle.Reliable can start earning $25 WeekS/ increase every month. Write mediately. Rawleigh Co., I 11-33-;3, Oakmna, California. TRADE--7 H. P. engine; for cw what have you. Bothell SI Gravel Co. l-S-11. SPECIAL PERMANENT your home for $2.50 each for 2 or more waves. Work expert on tandard machine, faction guaranteed. Phone 14-S-4, or write Laura Wel, I hell, Route No. 2. FOR SALE---Young Ou't,y your pick of ten. Jersey $15.00, Remstedt, Rte 1, B0tl, FOR SALE--Singer wtng first class condition. Sell for I dollars. Homestead Gry wood, Wash. at the SOBER MAN--Age 40 would correspond with young terms, ject matrimony. Ezra MIll. land Wash. for any the WILL TAKE--Wood, coal, 12, anything of value in car repairing. Phone or come and Bee Guy k Clerk thell, Wash. j i ,+ NEW LOW Pin.st ,i..IF J. All Soups, Salads, Pier, vegetables and Drinks ............ Orders, 10c, 15c and tlar Dining Place Noons and Evenings in Seattle, Eat at - Westlake and Pine St OBILE LOANS for sense,el expenses, bet. your car and repay in eoq installments. paying for your car and a re. in ihe amou/t of your montt! is will be advantageous, see . S. CHAMBERLIN ;attle, Washington 428 Liggett Bldg. 4th  Pike NationalLaundries and Cleaners IHING, 15 Lbs., WEEK-END RAT00 and Thursdays Barber ,00hop or 2 v0LU]IE I]OTIII,:I+L, WASHIN<YFON, SATUI{Ik.Y. FEIItUARY 18. 1933 N UM !1':1{ 15 The Olympia Lawmakers 1alns Go Wrong 'I i.,glslature pased the 35th day dt sexton the time limit set last for pasing the "Martin Pro- with only one of the adminis- bills enacted and that had a I in it requiring special legislation iij lg. The last of the Martin bills not back from the printer on the day and the road budget which Governor insisted should be out |tl time still lacks the first stroke | fl author's pen. situation has alarmed admin- leaders and there is much talk that a special session is un- That, however, is an slat- view based on the fact that the majority of legislators are new and do not know how law- can be rushed when pressure spplie& What is dangerous is the that the "Martin Program" has  d Mayed so long that its fortunes lome involved in fights over , bill and sacrifices may have to itle which could have been avoid- d It/more expeditious handling. t Martin program includes unem- relief backed by $10,000,000 of general obligation bonds. k measure was split in two the tml bill being unpassed on the 35th d@ and the act setting up a relief ]mi0n was without an appropria- am  veteran Republicans dis- mad'It and suggested a remedy  are revenue bills, two of lave devastating opposition and m to be supplemented by a corn- bin; banking and savlngloan  revamped for the -'-" s basle road bill and the zowalter bill Which the dees not like to take even In for Mat Menth's Work Tim  of the first five weeks work may be lnteres41ng. am 1  day only one Hcal bill, k 31  seta up the unemploy- -baird bad been signed by the Grams. lenate bills passed and ap- were: No. 1 and 2, providing fr +.he session; 50, local im- Immmmt redemption plan, 61, com- of railroad tax suits; 92, per- tate banks and trust com- et0 get R. F. C. funds; 108, $50.- fthe new game commission; 112, normal schools to award t Vote em Syndicalism Ya IIoe test which separated the and conservative wings came vote to kill a bill which proposed of the law on criminal syndi- Passed in war-times to curb bt I. W. W. and now bitterly mmtl ID" the official Communist Itml Repeal of beaten by a coalition lk'blicans and conservative Dem- att 71 to 25, with three absent. were Edwards. Gehlen and tmtm. Those who voted in favor Self Defense Will Be Demonstrated The Boys of the li-Y are planning an exhibition of jiujitsu at the high school for next Thursday evening. lens Jorgenson, Seattle police officer, an expert in the art of self-defense is being invited as the main attrac- tion and several husky local people have been suggested for victims. A volly-ball contest between local heavyweights is also planned. No ad- mission will be charged and the public is invited, according to eL,' latest in- formation. anything good in it. Followed then other drafts which met nppn.qitin m soon as they were submitted to peo- ple who understood the machinery of savings-loan associations. The session ' was half over when the last effort to induce everybody to agree was given up. It was then that J. M. Geraghty, director of efficiency who has charge of savings-loan law enforcement, brushed everybody aside and declared: "Since this is a law I am supposed to enforce I am going to have some- thing to say about it; there ha been too much wasted time already." John W. Allen appears in press re- ports as the directing genius who evolved the bill but he was present working under Geraghty. So, too, was a lawyer chosen by Geraghty to draft the bill. These three got it into shape and everybody seemed satisfied and surprised that nobody theretofore was able to gue at what they were talk- ing about. Ckplan lalls Lincoln Had it not been for the state senate chaplain, February 12 might have ar- rived without any mention of Abra- ham Lincoln's fame in the legislature. To be surs the Democratic floor lead- .r in the Senate tried to table an lno vitalon to ,the solons to attend Lin- coln banquet and the Senators would not permit it. That though was done without tribute to th the great Eman- cipator. In the House the Democratic leaders maneuvered to get a Saturday holiday so a session could be held on Monday, the legal holiday following Lincoln's birthday. The action was de- liberate. Then the Rev. Sherman Di- vine, chaplain of the Senate, paid elo- quent tribute to Lincoln's memory and asked for benefit of his example when he delivered his Saturday morning in- vocation to the Senators. Dr. Divine, of course, was uninformed of the un- derground politics which had brewed. Little For State Roads The administration road bill abolish- ing the permanent highway act, re- organizing the lateral highways and doing away with road and bridge fund levies, will take three of the five cents collected as gas tax for county roads, leaving two cents for the state high- way system. Each cent of gas tax is estimated to yield less than $2,000,000 annually and motor vehicle licenses telmKIng the oratrial syndicalism will average about the same amount. dt--it was not put Just that way Highway finances are a deeply involv- 1 tut the same thing--were: led problem but since about $4,000,000 lhnmk Anderson, Bond, I-I. ]3. is needed for maintenance, emergen- Qmtt, Clmry, Collins, Easterday. Her- cies support of the treasury and li- ra,  Malls, Mann. Miller, Nel- cense department and refunds to is- 8.N01 0'German. Palmeter, Rric- land counties; the highway depart- t I Celebrate Century ot Machine Building Mayme H011am Ritzman Speaker , Is New Officer At Club Meeting of Students Club +,+ moo.,+ 00oo. : dab" night was one of iuterct to all i " .{  ! '.*{:i-}j IVASHINGTON .':,'rATE COLLEGE, who attended, road and employment : ''" ":t / /Y'llk_IP''t:.-,llt -:! : :  I ,"  l#'vi::ill i::i: I Pullman, Feb.- Mayme Hollam of ]3o- projects holding the .spotlight of the ! :'::::-: -'l +  ..v: : thell ha been elected corresl)onding evening. t)rogant. + i}: " i . "" " ;" :: .: +:( H.C. Ritzmau who has had the big w+ .+, --;:!.:, - T " i[ + " .... i : in the school of education, speaker and outlined the plans for Ii The club i made up of students do- the district, giving the members an t ing graduate work in the various de- insight into the problems encountered '.__, by the new administration. I  partments of the college. The t)eaker outlined the plan _, .... . z whereby jobs are being rotated to givs .++- .... Last Rites Held the most 00,.op,o means of livelihood ... ] Monday For Free .rid p,om00se,, ,hi, system would +.+ I: I be carried out wherever possible to .... Methodist Preacher keep as many off the commissary as [l[M .r'mza,. ...... ' ...... I can be efficiently handled and at the " "" : /l Burial in the family plot in lVashelli same time give the county the most , t ;. :. . :+'"  'Cemetery followed funeral services, return for the money expended. i ". i Monday 2:30 p. m., at the Seattle Pa- Jack Tarts, master mechanic of the !_ cific College Free Methodist Church road district, and H. J. Learn, road .. for Mrs. Lizzie J. King. She died foreman were present with Mr. Ritz- , + +u+, the + o+ ++ ++ had = . : ...-: President Crawford appointed the ":') :.  - been ill for the past two months fol- lowing a stroke, new committees as follows: " . ::-:!: -" .... :: ..... : . Mrs. King was an ordained minister Membership--Arnold Mohn, W. E. ::::i:iN!::i::;: ! of the Free Methodist Church. She l'qitrm, N. V. Lloyd, Casey Bannister. :-:-:.-:.?:i:i::!: ........ . and her husband who died eight years Finance--Vaughy Besleyy, C. H. ago, who was also an ordained minis- Green, Eslek Ormbreck. Civic--R. D. Spinney, E. S. Black, An old slide vlv sYmm engine tnat t tu-.T ag. the two 0rothers OUllt t[qe , ter, were pastors of the Ballard Free laboriously deeloped a few horse-t s'eam locomotive constructed , U.F. Hawk, C. J. Erlcksen. power, and 11 m,cmor, a gltm:  ? .--.c_t f :? ..lleghenie and they ,ater : Methodist Church and the Bothell horsepow dYme2 electric plant eab-  _e:gne an' outlt the first Corl Free Methodist Church. Roads---Charles Waiters, Ed F. Greg- llsh the  o Jnottve un:te oullt ] ',nn eng:ne mnufactureO In t She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. ory, l-I. J. Mohn, Charles V. Beardslee, Tls Goop-Bememer Co.r:_-:raUcn [ ---.: Steam was replacod by the pres- Lois Callar, 916 North 101st Street, J" C. Gregory, now e l hundrec'.h ant- : er. tll motors widely used m th gas Legislative--Lloyd Gates Ed Swan- versary. [a: ' :;:] fields, m Iocomotlves. on prl- with whom she made her home. She A il eary ago. Charle .-.d Eltt va'.: v?hts, commercial boars ann for was the sister-in-law of B. E. King son, George Ericksen, Charles Waiters. Publicity Ed F Gregory, A P Bur Cooper r started .tmg pmw sm: ::z.'T. power pkmta and Homer King both of King's Car- -- " " " emllngmschlmmandsaw=---".-" m.m : O:c my;oye ot the present com. . ' ' rows, Ross Worley E. S. Black. ' fr0 a  cola n,:'.lt al MI n,', "' ..Tem.lzr days whe the orot.h- age and Service Station at 3801 Stone , . V  Prom ".r.a: :a:- e. = "'-+rood the slaortage ot money Way. [ vmiting--Chas. V. Beardslee, W. I. ad tnauplcm tou:;ca =rtnr -. panlc by tulng Cooper  [ Nlms, Carlton Erieksen, I. B. Graham. --lallm tlIzrtent corpc.'ZtlC Zcmp, spt, a ttUp OI fiat money  a Des "" " ] Agrleulture---Ed Swa--zL Art Pear- -no..- =, ' ti0oBst00r.g I son ft. A. Hansen, E. C. Be/o. I I Hort icult,.lre--- P. S. Darllngton, N. +uesaa .,. + Lloyd, G. E. Ricketts avtdil ta : nt.-t, te the Cotlom s prment t' '" "+- " = "" -" Here , 1'kL 't un t Of th adves Drainage--Hartford Mohn, Vaughnt Mm ta tla,q m au t  thr . I Bosley, J C. Gregory, Otto Lieseke, Bothell basket bali enthusiasts will Transportation-Charles Green, Lloy i B0thell Legion j ANNEAL DINNER provehave a ehanceits metal nextt seeTuesdaythe loCalnightteamon Ericksen,Moyer. Casy Bannister, Robert : . the local floor when the powerful Industrial--Ross Worley, W. O. Again Put .ead AT KE000RE 17TH o.o+..+, quintet of Seattle meets Kempinsky, Charles Waiters, M. D. them. Keeney, ,,,'- First District + The game is offered through the Home Products---C"arlton Erickn, : The annual dinner of the Kenmore auspices of the local Lions Club and Hanford Mohn, W. E. Nlms, A. P. Community Club will be held at their should prove to be the bright-spot of Burrows. Keeping up the concerted effort put hall Friday. February 17 from 6 to the present sea.son as far as a real A repo was given by Mr. Waiters forth for the past three years, the g p. m. After the chicken has been match Is concerened, ion the trip to the state capital in the local Legion this week reached its consumed, old time dancing and en- Predictions point to the possibility interest of the new road project. He tertainment will be enjoyed. Dinner of a "standing room only" sign for stated that he felt sure the rod 1933 membership quota, first pos-t in and all for  cents. Children 15 cents, that night, so tickets should be spoken would be put through this year. the First district of the Department for early. ' The membership committee reported of "Washington to attain that goal GRACE CL1UB DANCE progress bemg made on the 1933 drive. This was not, however the first in the SATIL-RDAY FEB. 18 .LtRTHA 'ASHINGTON To enable the business men to at- . LUNCHEON FEB. 24 tend the unemployment gathering the state, me posts a greater distance from The Grace Community Club is sport- meeting was adjourned early anc the he large centers of industry have had ring another dance at the clubhouse On Friday February 24th one of the club went in a body to the Liberty more favorable condltion.s for their Saturday February 18. These dances most delightful social occasions will be hall where relief discussions were drives, are provin., ve" popular by thelarge afforded all ladies who will attend heard. The commander and adjutants are crowds that are attending. The ad- the Martha Washington luncheon and fighting it out this month on mere- mission fee is small enough to enable entertainment given by the Aid we- JOINT CELEBRATION bership and the iocai officers are run- aZ to attend. Refxeshments will be men of Bothell Methodist Church. AT EVERETT MARCH 9 ning a neck and neck race. served by the ladies. It is confidently expected that one . hundred or more women will sit The Elks Lodge of Everett will hold the highway patrol full powers :n roaa demand was made in the 1894 Populist down to one o'clock luncheon. The a joint celebration with the Scandi- law enforcement. Governor Matin p]atform and was defeated in the 1897 church and tables will be appropri- navian Fraternity at the Elks home proposed making the highway potrol a legislature, ately decorated and colonial and pa- Thursday March 9. state police force and tbe Skinner b:'i The Scattle Democrat who proposes triotic costumes will be in favor. The A. fine pro;ram has been arranged, could eazily ser-e as a fir_t s:ep. a suriax on real property incomes program will mclucte some of our best Mrs. Florence Beeler, Grand Lodge  There is appropriation committee above $3.000 a year would take all the known musical artists as well as read- , Messo Soprano will give several vocal aJmtl, Roesli, Sehade, Schultz Shine, ment is costing nearly $1,700,000 and a ' opposition to holding a state fair dur- " profit some real estate men will make ;ngs and other features. Every lady in Smith, J. B. Smith;Thomp- big appropriation must be made to ing the next two years but Represen- out of the 4e-mill tax bill. our community will be welcomed Get  complete work already under contract tative Emerick. Yakima Democratic. VVhen the administration found its a ticket or phone Mrs. Sherwood852 All other members of the House led or authorized, almost anybody can fig- ha. a special bill asking $46,000 for pet measures bouncing back because or Mrs. Hawk 565 for reservations. It/ Yantis voted to preserve ure there is no chance for new roads the exhibition. ',of faulty drafting one of Former At- law agaimjt criminal syndicalism, and not much for big improvement of i Magnuson's bill creating a un:.ca- TO  Womem Park '.ting roads in the state highway metal legislature of 24 members who 1 which may have hard work system during 1933-35. also would divide state offices from IUag favorable attention at this Working" Ia Secret Governor to chief of highway police Propots to reserve state tim-i It would be about as easy for an was a "request" measure--not one '+M]olalng the Federation Park on ' average man to open a strange safe as thought up all by himself. mqallle Pass Highway This is to pass the door to a Democratic-con-! Henry Drum wht.e ta=, public ^t, ......... +e I1 Stud of virgin timber for which trolled committee room in the present ! was warden of the penitentiary uder of the state raised money to legislative sssion. One struggles to Governor Ernest Lister. was prese:- lluttthe public a . =re.t out, f- get by doortenders everywhere and ed to the state er.a:e a ......... /r rreation spt in the virgin when a committee door is reached the D,mocrat in the first ta'.e se:a'c, ltalt" , caller must send in his name and 44 years ago. That's correct: D.-m zen Jim Took A lland .?at appears to be the inside story delay in preparing the ad- en's sav!ng. and loan code fl!lY its ab:up :;;.,, :nncc (,n ht! of a stor- tk=t" ii;l another had been tut.:, l ,,, and "lle law- Yer to Work cn :_r. )'her t.,tft, has FOr four Weeks r mr+=o +'nmmi+tees This year' Senate is unu.ually sen- tlldnfercnce nt+(-'el 'n x'ngs sitixe to lhe gallery ltglelahon me t +) decide how far Representative Anderson, Ska'it Re- ', ?Lid o in meet:.n, the Govern- I publican, asks a law compelling hunt- q:j_.nds and :!: reserve some'er to gel owner's written permission "' Preo , , ' p ore tre t:n on land ' ._n? P,'r Thor, wa an b f p:..' g , ZYd'ft of a 5:: }.:..- : h', ] to, bpl Vir" Ski,'::e,'. (';r:+v lTrh,= D+,mn- , , : t I : torney General John H. Dunbar's dep- CELEBRATE WEDDING u-ies was sent for. That was all right  ANNIVERSARY though; they called in L. B. "Red"' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gorman cele- Donly who was a Stevens county Dem- + brated their 23rd wedding anniversary ocrat before he came to Olympia. i Tuesday evening February 14, at the Henry Foss, native Tacoman, tried :berne of their daughter Mrs. Vernon to lift the bag limit on salt water Keener. clams for holiday clammers and a roup of East Side Senators who have MISS LIGH beeeme part:.san since imbibing ENTERTAINS O:ympia c.ups rushed to his assis- "a.ce. There's precedence for preserv- M:ss Loia Belle Lightfoot a_sisted :ng c!am hunting': Gnvernnr A. E. by Miss Ma,'ion Steele was hostess at 'state his busincess before the chair- was a Tacoma bar.ker. 32 veares e:d t  " " + : man will consider whether he will lis- in those da'_.'. There w-e !z.'-.: ?.,'end once vetoed a hill ettin" up a bride party and shower Tuesday ten. Olympia never know such secrecy. Democrats !n the- Houkse !r I,.9 ,->.m preserves on :he round that evening, February , The administration's revied road The bill barrln m:.,rs as dr:.:'e=s ->.ms :e w:d a=tma: and th Enz- Those pre.ent were: The Misses bi]] p,'rmit: cmmty commissioners t, of :-ho,! bus=os ar-i :c'!-= =-- : -h ?=" == :- P.:::m?.'::,..!e ,.vre=ed a t(athe:ine Graham. Sybil .Manners do $10.000 wotqh of work bv dav lahnr ,litect,3: respc, nih:e ,'-,-.-.= "--:r  " =-,-=.- ,+,n "' hun v,"il an!rnal from ,"i,.l!a Jaklln, +;wen VVor:ey, Alice or force account and let the highwav. 9ea:t'e D,.mo==at .:-:!:-.z .I',Y.= .r.+i 'he right +nzer:. l:'t::(,-.v. Mary P, eardloe. E!la Freaso. director spend up to $25,0O0 without tt)uso D,'rns-r:'i- :,.z!;+:: ".'_':':- A::-- :" :,' ,'-.::." -"=a. ts a"ont!:: t: 1"-'i" Paron..Marion Steele, Juno ..... ....... X ":'. :: -.':=d;- ;17.'. "Y.:" =re= -. "e 7:+=:. ', .:2 .+i":re by "h, TM ah- .- ....... . .., t:vl .:>. C.,::i C;,:;n,. in unseat:n= Ne:::= tb .-.:-7. :" :-- =:-+, rf ar.v :m;ra'.t a,rb'al'uza: lti;zh hon.3rs n bride was awardo.l .... . to Mis Fre=e and scond high to .o..,, co=r.mi=s o=ers ser, t Em-.-.d J =regram. M:!:er ;.n ..,, .... +-ad a..-+ 3,, ....... "',,- --- Go:err.r,r Ciaren-e 17, Martin i sa!d ,lis Jaoklin. pro-.'e'l an exeeJir.z:v r:'=r::= el- t, have a:reel in a!'.'nc , to the re- The rnice!laneous hwer which I t' = t. ::-,e :ft w.r.z ":.=:.a':r. :. :: ::,:,it .-.: ',17, $12-V , r,) in f,:iowed we< in hon,= r)f Y',Ir:. ('e,':l A :,':z =:a':.'.'e. =-.-7-=-( -- r: zk, ;:=.t: "-" ::. :'.:=.2 f:::d ".-, n'.'r, s'"'lcz r z ,;c+:i::::. f,:r,:r.r::." r:-,- M-,. !':klna, ........ =+= : - -:-- -- +: .-:-.. -'- "rf r: "?.' -:.-.=.ior= -:'d -.v':- .,, r.a:: '+:: ' k 7,:+'; ' ?,:t : . +: selections. Mayor John Dore and Judge Beeier will be the main speak- ers of the evening. The Ladies Drill Team of Seattle will put on a display of their work. To be followed by an exhibition of the Scandinavian Fra- ternity drill tea. Following the program, dinner will be served in ,the dinning hall. All Elks and Scandinavian Fraternity members and friends are invited. BENEFIT DANCE AT LSkKE FOREST SAT A benefit entertainment "tnd dance will be given at the Lake Forest Park school gym. Saturday, February 18. You will be ntertained by the pupils of Mme. Sofio Stanisloche Davis Rus- sian dancing" teacher, who will show Classc,'ti. Too, P.uian. Gypsy and ,'qDanih dano;n. Af.o:. the enl ,riain- ment and daneo d,,r prizes will b+, !von a ;,.'+, y. "FL-- ;, '.:,,i,::.,n +,i, .- will ?,e twrnty- fi''o toni:. All prc,,',.,,d :Ire o t)e IL+',l fr, r iun,'h,+ for I,ako Fr, rert Park chor)i r'hildren. .Mrs: ),I C',,k :,r,! ..c,n f .oa+tle ;': "ol :,t "hr. hr,rn, ,,f Mr. and .Mr ; Y: ?.I r' , . T :,' .]',v 7,I:: r',,,l: ' :t . + (..., .