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ee l I lay u l a taa COUNTY PROPOSED HELP CLEARSTREAM TRANSFORM--KI- ANIS ] .-- [HERE'S LAST CALL ON S'Kt; "o,b mi~kamdnistratin willtryt frcethe Un:[ . ...... . INTO HOME coimGlWaaOnOrdmanceI INCOME TAX RETURNS ,." g...a. .... P" c...ti.. To lied States into the World Court. Association Petitioned the luo d m New Division. . President Roosevelt should, prevent.] School Board To Use Ev- Yesterday's luncheon meeting of f Given First Reading" ion-1 OLMPIA, April 6 (Special)-- At e " " " that. Thus far he has not indicated, r-rr .~r. a., ,, , the Klwams club was somewhat m] , ~t. ,. ,,~ ., ,, . [Only one week remains m which to ............. . . . a m etmg held m Auburn las~ that he needs anybody in Europe or]cry P.I'Fort 1o ~VOla l~lee#l the nature of a home-ccming lucid-] Clay l~ligrlI LOUIlCll l|eet;Ifile state income tax returns Ap r rmay evening, ~arcn ~l, Ilrs~ seeps ..... " " - were taken for the founding of a per- any foreign court, to tell him what toI Of Ten-Mdl Tax Levy. ent. Joe Nievinski, an Issaquah boy,[ Thirty Days Reqmred To/proximately two-thirds of the antl- n ...... t ................ ,,i,~ ~,, ,,,,,,~ oo. [ ~ gave the talk of the day, and he had/ Become Effective [cipated number of returns have been ch, , .... i .... ............ ,, , h~ The World Court is a back door tel The first regutar monthly meeting out with him Andy Reynolds, whet " ]filed to date ~ ~-~ ~r ........ . ...........j, .... " ] he Tax a els' e " " mace up excmsively of Seattle and the League of Nations. Japan, with of t p y L ague was held has been more or less connected with With the -ro--ect of oo .... *;^-] Th ...... ;o~;^. ~ .... ,.~ .......... .. .- .. ...... ~ . o t v ~,v -- ,-~ ~-~,-,,|~ ~----,oo,-- -,~o ,~o~,.,,,,~,,~u aacoma, together wire portions oz good sense has just walked out the at ~range traillasl; evening with the history of the town irom away bein-, taken to restore *~- k ...... ..~t ~e. ~.~ ~.... :.. 1..i. ~:..,^. ^..~.^ .. .......... [ "11 ----- #'~ t~'" " "1 / ] I ~ tl|= D~L~D JL~|i ~ a ~ ICIU IlliCit tl J~' L~'b]l~D ~IJL I't||~ ~t'~l#~" Kln~P ana vlerce coungies wire sim- front door. It would seem rathertPresment Win.t~. Mitchell presioing.]back. And Roy Morrow of Snoqual- and the foaming glass to its former An.. tax~)a..er havinTM an income tax " ' - - veral oresi e e ~ ~ ~ t ~ ~ liar 'n~eres~s weak anti feeb!e (or this country tolSe: m . gnd the m mbershlp[mm is beginning to f~t Into a plcturetstanding in the community, the reg-]return problem may contact one of "~e~esentatives hem Enumclaw creep into ~ne DUCK (leer now rolt of that nature, too ~ "n ' ' ' '* ~" " " " ' I I l ular meet~ g of the C~ty Council on ithese men through the county asses- Kent, Sumner Auburn Renton err- If we go into the League of Na-I A report froma meeting held byI Joe's subject was income taxes, Monday drew aTull house. All mem-lsor's office, in- and Jovita were ::resent at the tmns we shall be more or less subjectlthe directors Monday evening sug~]with special emphasis on the fillinglbers were present, also as was A-] Th ......... ~-~ ..... ea~ ~ .....~ ..... P ..... tt:i~:dgo:t::Pbi::;:gbYsft:~gtoC::ne- ~es~:dstWwOhO:h three changes m t heiout of returns andhe made ~t all lookltorney Cole of Seattle. Itax returnsVincludes~ll persons who :::~dngbe :fff:te:bym:::~;Sop:n:~ -- _' :~ ...... "[ Y- , . .~ .~ . ere aoep~e~, un]so easy tha~ we ~nink these is tittte~ Regardless of the crowd, however,[have received a return blank directly chan~,e will be invited to send dele ~na we ~now now wna ~ne~r ~uag-lmo~ion oI ~. u. watkins, Article No. tdanger of any member of the clu~l~ ..... ~,~ .... ,~,,, ,~ ..... a ...~ +he .,... I~ ..... i. ..... ....... ~ - ~ v ~rom LUV commission wlxnou~ having atlo e merit would be in matters affectingI i1 was added, bringing association not getting his returns in this week ~:,~,:',~;-~,':" ...... ~,iTh :h': ~: ....... *~,] ;, ~ll ....... h,~d,~, . ig ns to the n xt meeting to be he;d the Umted States e i ' ~ ............~ - m me c~y nau m ~emon, Apmt z~, me t ngs under Roberts Rules of In fact he painted it as such a pmn " . [ [ "Iports of the marshal and treasurer]gross income of $2500 or more, ciliat 7-30 p ~tn .They have already decided tha~[ Order. [less operation and made it look SO[heading the list. ]single persons having a net income ell "~ ~" " o: th ---~urn .... i - wnue they owe us Dlxl~ons Ot aottar~, After considerable discussion a rosy that he almost convinced some[ The re~ort of the treasurer evid-[ e800 or more all marriea ....... ] ~usmess e ~uu mee~ ng they ought not to pay them, and that] resolution was passed asking the[ of the boys who haven't made a red[ enced theVfollowing balances on hand i ~aving a community net i~nc:=e'ofl con~sted o.f..the formatmn of tenta- sk f r~ ' ...... ~ ~ !tive committees on oounaaries ana we should be ashamed to a o school board to make every possible sou this year that they snoum rush in the different funds" -~1750 or ,~-re and ~u ~-r,~oro~-~o them. Any administration, or nation]effort to avoid the usual call for a[in a report He gave no such op-[ i~ .~ , ..... v ........ ]statistics from each one of the pres- Current expense fund $ 330 20 that would put this country, or any- 10 mill s~ecial tax lev'- the comin~-Itimism to the farmers however ForI ......... I ......... --U--~lent counties. It will be the duties o~ thing concerning it, at the mercy of[fal1v ~ ~lthem the return is worse than a corn- Water department .............. 950.021for G. Y. Baker as justice Of thelthe committees to look into the fin- judges appointed by the defaulting ~. -- ......... ~bination Chinese Jig Saw puzzle [Water bond redemption ...... 666.2b]peace and police judge, A. J. Peterslanci.d problems 6f the new govern, nations of Europe would deserve .... ~rown, on venmi oi ~ne Iarm-/ ..... ~_~- ,~ ...... ~...:IL. I. District No. 1 ............ 289.461stated he had been unable to locatelment unit and to fix boundary line~ v , ~ers down the valle~, su~'-ested an ef ~r~e sugges~ea ~.~v u.~ ~.u.,~ m l~ t w.. ~ . xt o o..~, ...... , whatever might happen. And what]f .......... o h~:^ *~cre ....... - income taxes should mark thelr .~";"~.s~r,.c~ ~o ................. ~vlany .insurance ior ross than ~0 xor'The meeting was presided over by would happen would not be pleasan~ ~;u~ ..... ,~= ~ ~,~,~"~, - =~. .... "-- checks "~aid under ,,retest on ac h. L ~u~szmct r~o. 5 ............ 187.1~lthe ~ust~ce of the peace and $5 forlJohn T. Hunt, Auburn lawyer, who ~, .... Ine~ irom ~own ~o the raKe, eleareul v v - the 'ud"e With the unders*^-~:--' ............ or tnose responsime, t ......... t c .... * ^f the~-.~ *,oil- --constitu ! , j $ muum~[stageo tna~ ~ne committee chairmen n Iare WOrK ram ~"~ ~ ~" "~-- ~ "~ "" " , . . In ~ e wel prig . , aria ]t[,:^_~, .... ~. ...... :,.,:^-~: .... ! Total $2,503.23 that the city was re~luired to fur-[could add members from communi- The "Central Union of German C1 was decided to petition the county ~'~u~.~ - ~_.~"v ~u,~,~u~,u,~,~x "~[ Water bond ........................ 1,000.00 nish these bonds a motion prevailed ties not represented at the time of " relief board accordin~l.. I now ve~ore ~ne supreme cour~ ana in tizens of the Jewish Faith," which in-[ ~ ~ J ..... o. oav ....... u~.. h~. ~o*o [ that the offer of Mr Peters be at- the appointments. ....................... ~ ........ - ' 503 2 eludes 60,000 Jews living in Ger-!..Cnslderable, suppo~, was given[tien would be of assistance in gettingl Final total $3, . 3[cepted, and the bonds were dehver-l ~ne lacoma ptan Ior licensing the e many, issues denials of reports oZ] ........... Irefund ] On motion it was decided to pur- a. , Ilssaquah 4-H Members v^_..._~. ........ .: ..... ~.. ~. ..... ,sale oz Deer, Du~ a mouon to petiuon] ~chase two new wheelbarrows for use] The following cmims were auowed[ _ ~ ~,, ~ ~.~ ~ I-~ w~+~o~,o ,~*o,~h; .... i'~ +h~t[the city council failed to pass. I t d n e yesterday was over 61by the unemnloyed in relief work land warrants ordered drawn in pay-I Attend lanoma Kally ,,on .... ~ .... .~ ..... ure inven I A resolution offered by VernlP cent and Secretary Stephenson[ T-- *~. ........ * ....... ~.. ~.^~lment: [ -- - ,, I Bradlev to petition the county com-[annunced attendance for March was] 1 Nine members of the local 4-H uons. [missioners to arranae so delin-uen~[better than 91 per cent. ] General Fund !club attended the King county pig That statement must be taken se~ tax a ers could a~ their taxes b ] Frank Day Treasurer's salary .................... $10.00 I club meeting held in the Tahoma iously since the "Central Union" rep-}lab::~arried unaPi~ousl" Y[||,~| ir rtairtl~ lt|,ttil~io' ttl~, ] Minnie W. Schomber .......................... Clerk's salary ............................ 10.00 High school, last Saturday The resents tl~e Jewish people in Get-] ....... x: - -- ]~V'l'l'~t~.~ ~r~ ~l~ [August Palm Street Supt.'s salary ................ 1000 mornin" session consisted of "a dis- . . 2~ letter zrom zne secretary OI zne ..................................... , many, and it will reheve many, but I .............. [ ................... [ Paul J Henry Marshal s salary ................... 90 00 cussion of the Kin'- Count,, 4 H Clu~> tsonsollaa~ea ~ou~n ~no ~IUD re- .......................................... s ~ " some will recall the letter written by .......... [ 10W EO.~T HV~:~~] George B Cole .. Salary Dec Jan Mar ; stamps.. 26 2~ fair It was decided that it would " ......... " "n-er stin little~qUes~ect tne ClUD ~0 elec~ a queen tot uv~ ~v~ v~ ___ ~. ~'~ . " ................................. .. . " . . ~ " ~oe r~am~me , ~ ~ e g I ........... ! I Wm ~ morrzs ..................... rtauung graver on screens ........ II.00 be held in Redmond this -.ear , . par~iclpa~;e m me con~es~ zor queen -- " ............... . ~ creation of Harry Hershfmld s ~mag~ ............. [~ i s'ration ..... s-s ~nl- Fiw[ W A Strom ...................................... Coal for C~ty Hall .................... 22.00 ~ .......... . ^~ ........ , . _. l~;o nets a~; tne annual meeting oi ~;nel~am m x r-~t.=~ - ~ ~ I . _ ~ ..... .~ . ... ..... ~ ,~w ~,u~ u, u~,,~=-o *,~ =~- mauon . . issaquan ~erwce ~muon ... ~as ann ou zor ~treet Uept ..... t i e [South End Club, April 13. Miss Het-[ Per Cent of Total Amount Giv~nl ................. - .......... ected to lead he club n the n xt rlre xor ~Ire ~ep~ ~o zo , Interned m a German prmon camp . ' " Itie Bergsma was elected from the Io-[ Out To Nt~d- Families I ........ : .. _' ................ _'__years'activities.. l o e ] a JY d l.ewls ~as xor ~treet ~)epz ~ ~0 during the war, Abe Kabibb e wr t [ " . ............................................................. .... . cal club. ] [ x .~ ~.~d~ Nails for Street De,~t 5n The four delegates from this coun- to hm fmend in Amemca. [ . - ................................................... e .................... Admmistra~on costs of the King] ~ .... ~* ~'- ..... P-as oil .~tree~ ~, ~iro ~o,~* ~ na ty, who attended the Internatmnal "We are treated fine here, swed BIRTHDAY SURPRISE IS . ~" .......... ~ ...................................... ' ' ....... " .......... ~ ' '--~ ........... ' ...... "~ lux,,r,-] ............... .=lCounty Welfare Board during theI Puget Sound P. & L. Co ................... Street lights for March ............ 103.25 Sto k Show at Chicago, gay. reports .... , ~-~,~ ................... ,, ~,.r.,, r,,~.~.v,, ~,,~., ~month of March were only five "ert .............. ~ ....... on Lne ~rtp Axtermncn a prog, ram o,,a .,..,h~. t,,, bin~,,ess - ] ! v, i ~. ~'. ~ioourlcn t~o ............................... ~lnai paymen~ on xlre nose....&-~-.uu ' ..... ............. m ........ [ I cent of the total amount of relict] ....... was presentea oy vamous cluvs. A postscmpt stud A large number of fmends gave a , " " : ' ]given to the unemployed and their[ water runo .. . Mr. Lovett, county agent, present- ' P. S.~Myer was shot for com-Jsurprise birthday party on Mrs. T. S.]famiHes i~ was ~nnounce,~ ~-~,, b~] Frank Day .......................................... water couec~ions ..................... 25.00 ~ ,~o~o~o ..... ~l ~n~i~rli~ clu~ plashing." ]Steele at her home on Monday. A[W--I~" Shannon welfare comm'iss'ion~[ Minnie W. Schomber .......................... Clerk's salary .......................... 10.00 ~" "".~ .... :" ~=: .... str"~"work .....] I " " ' - ] , members xor ~ne pa ~ yea s [ r h co n y. ] ............ C1 ........... s ............ The ant~-rehgmus outbreaks that chicken dinner was served at~noon, e for t e u t August Palm ...................................... Water Supt. s salary .... 50.00 - ' .......... un" ona *~" .... *- came almost simultaneously in Mexi-land lunch in the afternoon. The[ .............. ]August Palm ...................................... Labor on water mains 720 . .. ~ . . . mr, ~nannon sam ~na~ wnue ram! , . ............ mg aa~ournea, co, Spare, Rusma, and some otherlhonor guest recmved several lovely[ ........ State Treasurer .................................. Ind. Ins. & Medical A~d ............ 2.48 [ llgure Is as tow as anywnere in tne countries, continued with violence, inlgifts, also a bouquet of flowers. The ........ I J. J. Lewas .......................................... P~pe and labor ............................. 62 .... ~,~. ~r~at- ~t~e,T~,t,~ ! . . coun~rv, ne Delleve(l an even smallerl ~ ...... - _ . . . ~. ~orn~.. ~--,,~, ,~--~ Spain, where the government hass~ guests included Mr. and Mrs. Steele ....... ~." ........ ~,~.:_~ ~. _:__1 ~unset t~arage .................................... tlas, ou, moor on water ~;rUCK.. O.~O T~ BE GIVEN AT GRAN~,I~ turned apparently completely again ~Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fmtts, Mrs. Pare "i n-- ~h " effic'e andI - ~ Allan Weaver asked permission to ~n s mo m ~ rougn i ncy the established mghts of the Cathohc Hammond, Dorothy Ha~rmond, Mrs ......... Axel Ek Hobart |cut the alder wood in the western With the im'~ortant ,,art ,qa,,ed by Ch::a~hto Th: Co~:: o~ve~lfc~lo~?e D::eeS;~:loemMT.aLndnMJ:hA~t:, M::. ;::~iTnYa:; oP:g::m:~i::w :;a eli: I Government Road Project partt:fc~eh:rC:~ee~rYn~:Ufndo~ ~vg~e:h cement in thi: comm~;ity: t~; lec- .... [ .......... ". ._" work has been accomplished I t g ture on the last minute in asphalt ~hureh property in ~pain, a conxisca- enousn, au o~ lcall uity; mrs. E.D. " | ~. ^, ~,. _~ t.~__, _ __ .-_ v~^~ the timber was taken. On motoin of ~avin~ to be adven at Grange next -. | ................ Followin.- aro the expenditures an ~ ~x~ ~ o~ nuv~,~ w~ ,. ,~- v ~, ,,- - tion amounting to at least fwe hun- ymmps, lvirs. ~a. mattmon, .mrs. ~g- e ~ v ,. "! ......... Councilman AuL, uston referred to ~a^.~ ...... ~ ..... m I.., ..,~,~n .,~,-,,,~ dred million dollars. The bill wtm nes Stephenson, Mrs. M. Elven, Mrs. nounced by Commlssmner Shannon~tqua.n ms~ evening attending to some ~ hea':~:~ =E;er;' n~emb~:r l;-i;v~t;d .......... t ........... Food, $266 594 75;fuel ~19 981;Inusmess axxmrs preparing ~o ~eave -~ -~. signeu Dy t-reslaen~ ~amora las~ ~e- t~. A. ~rlCKSOn, mrs. ~xel Anderson, , , v ,I . . . ..- . . . ... - -- -,. ~--~,-- -'- ",..~ -- cember. Its final passage does away and Mrs Sam Anderson, all of Pre~ garden seed, $5,056; shoes and clotli~|toaay xor ~aKe ~nelan, wnere ne wm an~ ~ne puouc m coramuy mW~eu 2t with all hope of avoiding the confis-ton, inK, $821. The clothing figure d.oes.[b:t e~lPlthYeedir::of ~:l:ernment proj- tth:::edtes:U:ghe::ftT;llt::~:~l?: to cation ~ not show the wnote amount expensesI ~. " " , , . ] since most of the clothes were distr,-| Some time ago a competitive civil .... do what she can to ruin the mustach- Beer is coming back, wherever the ed saloon keeper, by kneeling in pray- buted through the Red Cross and the: service examination was held in St- Chemist Sees States and public opinion approve it. er outside his emporium? exact figures are.not as yet available, i attle with over a thousand entries Then came at last, the grand finate L.ates that refuse to permit beer, ana , , , Dorothy C. Meyer, formerly" reliefi from the four states of Washington. --BEER! And the audience was aIl the ridiculously light 3.2 wine will Mussolini, constructive diotat0r., officer for Seattle, has ben appoint-i Oregon, Idaho and Montana. With agog State as Future perhalm regret it. They will offer a tells mothers and fathers of Italy, al- ed relief officer for the entire coun-a total of 88 out of a possible 100, Mayor Alexander stated she had free field to ,hootelggers, and the so young men and women not yet ty. George B. Wilcox, relief officer Axel stood fourth in the list, and that received one application for a permit IndustrialLead gangsters and crime that go witta married, that he wants Italy's popula- for districts outside Seattle, ha~ re- resulted in this appointment, to sell beer but she had left it at (Continued on last page) bootlegging. After a while they may tion increased in the next ten yearm signed. He will leave for Lakeside this Sherlock Holmes Shamed conclude that legal 3.2 beer and wine by 17 millions. In other words, a Mr. Shannon also warned met- morning and will enter a government are better than illegal 40 per cen~ country much smaller than Califor- chants of this district not to seIl camp, where he will handle truck Blind Chess Expert In By Modern Wizards In whisky and gin, with wood alcohal nia, far behind California in fertility checks issued by the King County and grade equipment on ". a govern. Three City Tournament olvlm Mystery Case . possibilities and fusel oil certainties, and wealth of every kind, alrea(ly Welfare Board at a discount. He merit road project ------- Beer is coming back, so what about possessing nearly ten times the pop~ said rumors have been started bF For the past thirteen years Axel The Chess Club of Issaquah, Pres- "Yly gold ring fell to pieces tht~ the old-fashioned saloon? lation of California, proposes to add persons who are attempting to buy has been engaged in work for the ton and Fall City met at the High morning. Why did it happen?" in. Many ask that question. Is the in ten years four times California~ the checks at a discount to the effect county that has well fitted him to Point school house Friday evening, quired a feminine voice over the tel. swinging door to return, with the lu- population to what Italy has already that they are not cashable at pre~ pass the creditable examination tha~ Mr. Ulvestad of Seattle had an- ephone. gubrious "Faces on the Bar Room As usual Italy cooperated with ent. won him this opportumty, for it xs other exhtb~tion game m whmh he ~ou are a nurse, her hstener re- Floor" and "Father, Dear Father, Mussolini in his plana They have[ "These cheeks shouldbe put ~n Opportunity of which he is ju~ly performed ths remarkable feat of plied, "and yesterday your thermomo THE s,o n [ No' I I '" I -r,4 AT'S Wt~t~t ou'rs, ,e J to " o= j T'-~... M~:D$ A 0A1"