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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS JANUAKY 12, 1928 The ISSAQUAH PRESS t.'eak a "new law." PUBLISHED EVERY TtIURSDAY The Los Angeles murder has brought . . ..... the nation up with a jerk. Why All vapors are continued until an explicit should the law-abiding citizen be on- order is received for discontinuance, and tirely disarmed and left to the mer until all arrealages are paid. cy of the criminal element? Why $1.50 per year, in advance should conditions be continually --MI--A.- Boydcn, Edit0r-Publisher- made more oppressive for those who j obey the law and more lenient for Social Weeds The terrible crime which was recently committed in Los Angele: in the murdering of a twelve-year- oht girl, has forcibly focused the mind of the public on the erim( problem. "lhere has been a tendency of lat( to let down the bars for the criminal. those who break the law? Criminals in our social structure are like weeds in a garden  they must be controlled or ruin results. HART'S DAIRY Pure Raw Milk and Cream 1 -_= =_. m i mi m =_ _=. mn mi ,_-_= == trophy. --- The game dished up many thrills. __-m The teams played fairly evenly in --- the first half, but Issaquah pulled --- away in the second period. _-- Verifying tha statement of Man- ager Mo:;s that Issaquah now has a snappy soccer team, the boys went out and grabbed a game from West Woodland Fuel at Hiawatha field last Sunday. This was lssaquah's first game in the schedule for the A. W. Leonard m ml m mm m im m m Rankin passed to Jimmy Neilson for ---_ ne goal and scored the second him-]-- self. [---- Other players who stood out were t----- Hutchinson and Morse for West t-_--_. Woodland and Gus Gimness and Bud l ----- Punishment is long' delayed, even in Morning Deliveries. Call F328 the worst of crimes. A ldnd-hearted Issaquah scored first when Harry .............................. Dawes hit the net, but Dick Breen even it for West Woodland before /o t.  /   IF  half time. In the second half Billy Barber Cleanliness, Civility and public has wished tO do everything" possible to "reform criminals." But not satisfied with that, the ultra-sentimentalist has gone so fat' as to advocate laws prohibiting the ownership of r(volvers and pistols by law-abiding citizens, on the theory that this will prevent the criminal f.rom acquiring firearm They seem to forget that a v(duntary lawbreaker wou]d not hesitate to 1 Ship Your Good Workmanship Assured All Patrons Front St, Isaaquah m,,, I New Richmond Hotel 31odern Fireproof Seattle's Largest and Best Popular Priced Hotel Opposite Boih Depots Free Bus 100 Rooms without bath $1.00 100 " with " $1.50 150 ...... 2.00-up Women and children always safe here. We cater especially to tLe people of this territory and give accomodation8 second to none in Seattle at above rate The furniture and equipment are the best; each room a sunny outside room. Louis LUCAS. asst. gen. mgr. Moss for Issaquah. Issaquah's next game on the state Milk-Cream-Eggs ..... tO ,, Issaquah Creamery J Issaquah Market iii ii i We Lower Your Cost of Living QUALITY THE BEST PR'ICE THE LOWEST J. W. FINNEY, PROPRIETOR championship will be against West Seattle on February 26. The tea mwill play at Black Dia- mend next Sunday on the regular schedule. LITTLE INTEREST IS GIVEN BASKESBALL A few years ago Issaquah was strong for good clean sports, rssa- quah is still a good sports town but not so good as it has been in the past. We attribute this largely to the lack of a gymnasium, thus practical- ly banishing basketball from town. True, the high school is still rep- resented in basketball, but the team ]s ever under a handicap. They ---I know it, and feel it, which in itself _- ---]is a serious handicap to success. _=] And since the team has no home - ----|games'/ but little interest is felt in =|the game by the people. Quite a con- --[trast from the days when they were ,playing in Grange hall. However, = the complaint of visitng teams --- against the low ceilings there com- pelled the school to go out of town -- with their home games. "-- And all this because we have no - gymnasium Here's hoping the sit- uation is remedied before another season. im um mm n mi ==_=- m mi m _=. -=E --=-- m mi _=- -5 n == PHYSICIANS -i J = = Nice Things for the Baby i = = --  In Knit Goods ---- i = Sweater, Booties, Cap and Leggings Sets Hosiery, Bonnets and Toques Caps, Vests, Bands, Gloves Morning Jackets D R. s. w. HOBBS Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m 2to4p. m 7 to8p. m. Wednesday afternoonl off [SSAQUAH - WASHINGTON In Medallion SPECIALS for Friday and Saturday Jenny Wren Ready Mixed Flour ............................................... 33 Carnation Oats, premium ......................................................... 35 Carnation Wheat Flakes, premium ......................................... 35 Carnation Pancake Flour, premium ......................................... 35 28 Bars Crystal White Soap .................................................... 1.00 Calumet or Corn Starch, 3 for ................................................... 25 Hooker Lye, 3 for ....................................................................... 25 8 lb Table Salt, per sack ............................................................ 16 Leslie Iodized Salt , - .................................................................... 11 3 lb-Box Crackers, plain or salted " .40" Crib and Bed Blankets and Quilts Baby Dresses, Petticoats, Pillow Slips - Box Sets Garters and Panties, Rattle and Bib Soap and Pin Trays, Powder Boxes Brush and Comb C. M. COUTTS Dry Goods, Art Goods and Notions m| DR. R. U. JEFFERY Physician & Surgeon Office on Front Street Next to Issaquah Grocery Phone M 462 Issaquah, Wash. D R. w. E. GIBSON: Physician and Surgeon = Office in Bank Building -=, Front Street [SSAQUAH - WASHINGTON " I DR. It. O. JEFFERY ] , I I Ph, ,clan Surgeon | II offic on Front Street / II Next o Zssaquah Grocery / I [ . ,,, ,.....,, j i CHIROPRACTOR |Hoursl to 5 p. m. daily. Sun- Idar 10 to 1. Evenings S to 7. '|Monday a Wednesday, Saturday '. GRANGE MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION "Our Good Business Makes Our Business Good" JAMES I. PRICE CHIROPRACTOR Hoursl to S p. m. daily. Sun- day 10 to 1. Evenings 5 to 7. Mondayt Wednesday, Saturday Phone 31W Renton, Wash. mm Dm == / illlll''lllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll"llllllll"llllll"lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lll'lllllllllll..I,,i mmllmlmilll,imlm|limmlilmmiiimmmmlli, ,,mimimmmmiimmmmmimilmmmlmlllll mill, Illllmlllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhllllll I / cuts of meats. I. H. S. EXHalIgT00' Abson-00e o--, ,eaoh-.r $ i'l / Last week Miss Eades was unable I i/t attend school on account of ill- - Editd By -- I'ness. Miss Eades became ill during MARY JARVI and ESTHER GARNER i the Christmas vacation and has not J been to school since. 30 Day SPECIA PORTS Three 4x6 Best PORTlq in latest $5 value I Basketball Staff Friday, December 23, the high -- school teams went to Snoqualmie, $2.50 This is a special ing offer and will for 30 days only Editor-in-Chief ........ Mary Jarvi Assistant Editor..Esther Garner Boys' Athletics....Orval Garner Girls' Athletics._Doris Zingmark Hiking Club .......... Ruby Carlson Glee Club .......... Beatrice Carey Typist ........................ Julia Jarvi u m = *H @ Remember where the first team lost, 17-30., and the second team won a close contest, the score being 16-15. The Issaquah lineup: R. Forward .......... John Kramer L. Forward .... Jack Neukirchen ............ Charlie Hagerhjelm Center ................ Paul Kinnune R. Guard ............ Floyd Erickson L. Guard .................. Mike Lotto Last Friday the team went to Du-- vall, where they won, 23-9. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM lw Pupil Anna Gertzen has enrolled in the freshman class. She last attended the C. Y. school in Canada. Jan. 15th to Feb. LunchRoom i PRESTON - The girls who are serving this week in the lunch room are Lucille ,llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. Tallman, Irene Western, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Alien Peterson vis- Johnson and Florence Sundholm.. ited relatives in Seattle Saturday Last week Mamie Frantilla, Violet night and Sunday. Gullicson, Madaline Johnson and Ivy Mr. and Mrs. George Davies, Mr. Johnson served, and Mrs. A1 Paters and Mrs. Hohn- gren, all of Seattle, visited at Phil See Dis Home Management Nelson's Sunday. in Last week the home management Mr and Mrs. Carl Olson were Mr. Wilfong's class visited the Rev. Maness home called to Puyallup Sunday, owing to to see Mrs. Brasington's hooked and th e illness, of Mrs. Olson's sister, braided rugs. The class also visited Mrs. Runbeck. the Fisher Furniture Store to see Mr. Oscar Fogde, of Carlsborg, is Re I, C types of carpets and linoleums, assisting with the bookkeeping at Cooking 11 the Preston Mill office this week. John 1Vl]chaelson spent Sunday The Cooking II class visited the with his son Emil, in Seattle. Fischer Meat Market last week. Jimmy Carter, of Bremerton, vis- They went there to study the various ited home folks Sunday. the Preston Mili com Miss Alice Lundquist, of Everett, Williams, of the O. B. is visiting her parents this week Door company, were while recovering from an attac: of itors Tuesday. influenza. Mrs. Ole Berg is on Gibbs Zingmark of Seattle visited]this week. in Preston this week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. George Davidson, salesman for were Seattle visitors We h m mm m mm ----'- NOW We are still paying Per Cent on SAVINGS and TIME DEPOSITS Where can you do better and retain SAFETY and AVAILABILITY? Issaquah State Bank A STRONG BANK $11 GENUINE RUBBER CASE Ford Battery i WE TAKE YOUR OLD BATTERY IN TRADE HEPLER MOTOR CO. Issaq'uah ll Caroline Coal Company's LUrlP COA per ton $7.50 dellvered--$7.25 in 4-ton Mine run $6--Steam coal $4.50 SLAB END WOOD $5 G, E.Stonebridge LUHISER and HILL WOOD II IIIII II I III I II I Git Our Prices on Specialties Delivered Aoywbere 111011 POINT HILL