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I'HE ISSA0 H _PRESS "', 0000u00oot%'iBake Hit Twine "' _ " Crosswalks Over Unpaved Streets , than to surgery, and has tak-1 tewis n_arawar, e ana :ja- - I I" ' _ l pee.ml nearing will be given at_ city hall tomorrow 'first look at the world. ! cobson BaKery lootea rest IA];ld' evemng for signers of petition who claim crosswalks ?tefln::epTe:::gehtihimAd.inh; Thursday ev_enin _ llpO will be waste of money and unsatisfactory. of companions whom he knew Thursday night of last week two ' - TSF.]/'T" .................. -- ....................................................... h "  There was a flurry of interest de- Geor Y their voices, business houses were broken into on US0L F/.AVF.R OF veloped at the .regular meeting of becaus:h:bdehevefdvthe:ctoht$oetiftt: wY:'t' amv: It: ;::ss at things aFd 'tth: J::tobstoh: BL:keW'b. [:' eaac? ,.hNlOfl" ,the C,ty Council Monday evenmg, crosswalks were not being levied eor- Young man says: more. we shall all say that we awake on the other side of Front street, the Lewis Hardware place the same method of entrywas used, forcinng a small window in the i rear of the buildinng. ffrave and our eyes are opened. I At the Bakery they secured $12 in Let us hope so. This period of change and $3 in pennies. Nothing orry Would hardly be worth while, else was missed. a it Were all. i At the Hardware they fared con- siderably better, taking $10 in cash A WOman wite;, who understandsl .... .,,* tl00 dollars' worth of women, answers the queS-lstoek ' consisting mostly of fishing "What .... I taekle, pocket knives, tobacco, a val- ,, n(/ of husband do women t.able casting, rod, revolver and am- . thus: "A woman's ideal hus-,,,tion an one shovel neWaid show a composite pic-t-'F'r'om the nature of the loot taken, " vaJentino,.Henry Ford and and the manner of entry, it was ap- . . . {parently the work of local people, SUgests Yalentmo's beauty; } but no clew was found that might' i somewhat reminiscent of the stormy [days (or nights) during the opening ]chapters of the sidewalk controversy. lAnd that same question was respons- ible for the interest Monday night. lit came )n the form of another pro- test, this time against the laying of street crossings with sidewalks on unpaved streets. It was signed by twenty or thirty taxpayers. After the petition had been read, opportunity was given for anyone to speak on the question, and P. J. Smith responded, stating it to be the belief of the petitioners that cement walks across unpaved treets would !create potholes that would be a nuisance to vehicle travel and would be practically useless to pedestrians as the walks would be covered most of the time with gravel; that it would be a ving to taxpayers if walks were not laid at crossings of gravel- ed streets. He also stated that he be- reetly. Dave Morgan supported him in this contention, W. H. Jones hold- ing that the aement was fair. In- spector Moyer stated that but little saving would result as slopes would be required at the end of each block, The petition asked for an early hearing on the protest and on motion a hearing was granted for tomorrow, Friday, evening. Councilman Neukirchen signed an oath of office, and the full board was present, with Attorney Shorett and Engineer Gardiner out from Se- attle. The reports of the marshal, water- master and treurer were read and Two Home Teams money, and Job's patience in ind" anythin further than that. i .  58UN5'. t',AP A__ .__wate _ g d ' Again Tuesday Night I A  ,s "rl4E N i n.ry Ford, with his high Tuety evening the trick was' "IPle,   =lTrt. : m ' m, for an intelligent wo-]turned db, ain atlhe Bakery, the rob-: m o.z oF Uch better looking than Val-be r of robbers getting away wtn . . '115:. ieeVer was, and he has more !$2"/'.00 " " ---" e = man Job, who only sat down This time entrance was made so XYEil .--, " 00ueT mplained. Ford works, sm)othly that no evidence was left i Wl|l I11[[I, First T Oman wants a husband "who as to the method employed. Mr.iffi s mae love with one hand and Jacob*on helieves :hat either a pass I X/| ( }n Mill St. Played nday With the -" " " : .... basement win  v v u, ., ozner, says ne wry- key was useu or ne accepted. Attorney Shorett read an ordin- ance creating a fund amounting to five per cent of local improvement bonded indebtedness as a guarantee of district payments, an ordmawc lieved it was within the power of the council to eliminate the cross- i inKs if they desired, this being in re- ,ply to a statement by E. J. Ander- the adoption of which is made maa- !datory by the state. It was passed to its second reading. i petition was received from the s part of clever writing. The s that a good woman wants that she can respect, one to Provide for his children, and of loyalty. That is not too to ask. l 1 a food paste that can be rub- skin, keeping a man fod. uellmtely, without swallowing the new food, called "dinu- six ounces rubbed into the skin dow fastening worked by inserting I .... :-. .... f-  ........ . - - the arm through a broken pane. i Will lay re'st cement next taken between The money was i week; job should require nd 10 15 m the evening Mrs. ] about thirt five da s 9:00 a : " - " " " and  Y" Y' JaeobS:ml:Ckr thOoffi:=at nlne i ............................................. went . . n returned] The work of preparation for lay- at I0:15 and the money wasttgO:eell ling the cement sidewalks is progress- The thief seems to be preeYm= h ink very satisfactorily with about posted on the building and th - three-fourths of the clearing finish- s there as od of handling the fund ed. and sxty per cent of the sub- the act was timed perfectly. Marshal grading completed. Henry passed the rear of the bakery Contractor Coluecio states he ex- at 9:00 and saw Mr Jacob,on in peens to start on the cment work there, and Carl at home with the within a week and that the laying of elidren, leaving the coast dear for it would require about thirty-five ......................... !n that such action would ha'e to lschoo! board asking for the vacating , Mercer Island and Issa i e taken before the contract was lof an alley in the block recently put- _1 r .  - let; that now he thought the pro chased by the school dmtrlct quanpmye;ttentonnere s ...... 1, ." - " " as a , o.._. .....   i gram : noum oe carrieu out according I meation Ior a new high school build- leA OtHltlay alternoon, t to the contract. L. J. Harris en-ling. Attorney Shorett called atten- ............. . ............................. i dorsed the petition and cited the ex tion to the necessit for A short hiatus in the rather mon- . -} Y posting no- . . ..... -" perience of Monroe where crowalkstiee of a date for a he otonous rains o the ast m  , . . . arlng on the ............. .P. . ontn per-lcause a such trouble they had to bejmatter. :::ndnTn ::da:h:;eYS g:tldh:iblatsed out. In reply Engineer Gard-] The follo,mg claims were allowed: , "ner said that they had nothing but couple of practices. Sunday we had i ......... ] (Contmued on page 5, column 4) . sore earn as a sun-oase a onroe[= ....... MW:re:rmilt::d:: $r:h;in:::; tfho:'while here the sub-base was ideal'_lllllllllllllillllllllllJllllllllllllllll,llllllll and that no potholes need result. 00TVpe L - a contac with their "home" ground, Contractor Coluccio stated that af- -- m as they w/ll play their home games ter years of experimenting, the City - here this season. And they appeared for one day. And you can bath thirty minutes after the Without losing Its nourishing was carried through perfectly. Ill ;SO Ill discourage hunger strikes -- - I "I[ V |_ of ?' make po00ible the f00d-l00nv IJa00ol WOrK tO . e patients who refuse lAJJJ - and will be of great value in f/ [/'.* ..... ,w f - surgical operations, when] hO' ll lWU[lJ[all It i nt be administered. ]-- -- lo be eJeved that dinutron will al-[ "l'eal Kiwanians got more of a diakgalY 'aluable in treatment ofl..7-_- *hey were expecting at -s.  1-^ n luncheon yesterday, m.u --Iiffere,., .* * * . J:Ik on" schoolboy patrol ... 1,, is ' rom Vienna's "dinu-]w,-Z- first speaker, George w. ee.'. P g l, partment, ga gu tl ! ,tnmg they contain. It is a i IB'[[  hnwinr an improve- & ray " " ...... ,__ . machine, planned, to.] lkl r merit in juvenile ace!- "= ne business of "nazi,'" I  Sent, mee the orgam- vvmu n  t! Oth^- "rots sending bombs to] ,oH,m of the schoolboy patrol there, -=r and to outsider I'"-':-a of the cooperation given . ., aria tou Shown of Seattle was building cement cross- about forty-five minutes. That was i days, depending omewhat, of course, verT much at home Sunday, prevent- walks on graveled streets and find- ample time, however, and the plantupon the weather. ,ing the Issaquah boys from scorin . -  g I " ce ng them satisfactory The start on the ,ment work wll!in several innings of practice. How- =..__ ............................... [ ............................... be made on the Hghway,. at .Ctylever , Manager Castagno was more  / 1 / A /| Hall, workmg east to the etty heats:intent on giving his boys practicet Kel00karL/Assemblv on the north side of the street, thence i than in winning the game. There[ :J west through the entire town on thelwere nineteen showed up for prac-II | V' ] ] south rode of the street.  tic and [ e they all had a turn. in the[raere w cane,nay Thus far, through the gradmg,| me Fr i ga . "day evening a fairly good I there has been no mishap, and while practice was had Next Wednesda , " c:' . .  - [ y, Arfl 15, l,- the rain has retarded the work at t Next Sunday a practice game is [man Rebekah Lodge No. 59 will en- times, it al has been a factor in i scheduled with Renton. With the tertain Rebekah District No. 25. O government forbids of Soviet cargoes up the Russia protests to Britain, and Italy, and Holland oh- the Danube blockade, weft to have Russian goods if they are cheap enough. the boys. He complimented the boys on the work they were doing and admonished them to always he on the job with 100 per cent efficiency and aid in preventing loss of life among their schoolmates. Fred B. Judges of the Washington making for a better base. ere Wednesday i BONDS FOR HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING SOLD SATURDAY Bids for the bonds for the build- ing of our new high school building were opened in Seattle Saturd morning, with the following offers: State of Washington ........ 4% % Seattle Company ............. 4 '% % People's Security Co ......... 5 % First Seatle Dexter Hor- ton Securities Co ............. 5 '% The Seattle Company bid was con- sidered the best and the bid was awarded that company. Later in the packing the earth aa on as placed, opening of the league a week from t Representatives from Fall -City, Sunday April 19 considerablelBothell , Tolt, Snoqualmie and Red- work is necessary to whip a team in- t mond will attend. Several Aembly to shape, lquah will play the op I and Past Assembly on, curs will be cuing game here the 19th with Kirk- land as the visiting team. t GOOD ATTENDANCE AT GAR- DEN CLUB; SALE THURSDAY There were twenty-eight members and twelve guests in attendance at the Garden Club meeting Tuesday evening, the largest and one of the best ever held by the club. The guest speaker was Cecil Sol- ly of Malmo's, Seattle. It was decided to hold a flower present. The sessions will be hdld in the |Masonic Hall. The afternoon mee ling will convene at 1:30 and the eve- l ning session at 8:00 o'clock. The degree team of Grace Rebekah Lodge of Tolt will exemplify the work in the evening. During the afternoon each lodge will present some part of the ritual and the usual question box will he conducted. A charge of 25e will be made for the 6:00 o'clock dinner. Lunch will . By D. LOUSER . "11111111111111111 !1111111111 iIiiiillllllllllUlllrl. Rastua wa, sharpening his razor nnd his wife asked him what for. "Woman," he st|d, "theys paih o" sommam's shoes u yo' bed. l dey ain't no niggeh in dem shots Ah's gonua shave" When a bride promises to obey her husband, she waives her rights---but it isn't a per- manent waive. Thedoctor called to see the sick maid and after carefully examining her said, "Not a thing wrong with [you." "I know it, hut these fotk owe [me $35, and I won't leave this bed til they pay," she replied. "Ahem l" answered the doctor. "Move over; they owe $150.!" Auto Driver: "Have you tome of that gasoline that stops Imocig?" John Nelson: "Yes, sir, I lmv*." Auto Driver: "Then give my wife News story says that the average living in the shadow of Auto Association, spoke highly of day in opening bids for the Hiline ay be idting serious the accomplishments of the patrol school, another bid for the Issaquah sale one week from today, April 16, be served after the evening sesMom woman's clothing weighs but eight All Rebekahs are invited to at- ounces. Sure is tough that they have - tend. Two hundred delegates are to wear such heavy shoes. m imitating our boyish firmn- and said he was ashamed of himself, building was found, a better one than at the Hepler Motor display rooms. adult should be, for the one securing the bid, but of Who un ........... :-'s and that every .... W.A. Anderson, who has been on expected.  ueresumate usa - .... : - *,, the boys tl/is import- course, it could not be conmflerea as *h l,h. ll; nlace ,m *h,, vnllo  ....... Andrew Thompson tells this one: h-- tdeegu -:. __ ,.a to do our .... L:. .-a already, been awarded. / .... "7" "  " - ..... :'- ": reu oorman, alfing timber at Two Swedes were .... bu, , .... o_ # mi,k,  ........ n ! out work wmcn we x . the mu .a.   a number ol years, has excnangeo *ho n,,,h ,,,,, .,,eel.  - . ---.--.n --,,, - re - . |__,.,. ,,,,ulations such J Y- " Seattle s ppe Idav . . " " y g jump off the m. prouucing hundreds oxi'a "=,--.: ..... Cetv driving by '* * * I " . . rays reveaiea no serious injury, track in time the oth ,,,-* u .... of bushels of wheat a year; ing by pea " of Mrs. E P Neuhrchen and * * * . h . C ........... ] .... --*- and frequent teatmg Mr. and .. " "" . -  Rufus Woods, editor of the We- t ....................... /ortunate, The survrvor told about --'zPnetl h i eel;eel xor mows---- I;tJe w@re j9aquaa vl vlm Oytltn aIA lllIl Icnolus , ,, , , as or , famfl of Sea - i e " s ovenmen. the devdowlbrke and light - "o ..... Y--nda- [natchee Da,Iy Evemng World, -'as a of Seattle spent Easter at the M A t lat r. After I yump, he said, I f a farm t:' -- " farn i " Walter Stevenson ann SL -  rors u :" . . , ]caller at The Press office yesterday hoyden home " " run a teetle vay, ana ten I go DaCK nat reuy m a " to e t e lr his ........... nn !,,.trois were guests. -- " !, q,tt nd infant son at- 1 afternoon , , , se abou O1 . PUny SOOn I come . urectlon are u,uuu,-v,.,  P-.. eetin with Mrs. ,: ........... . . , at .............. inter-club patrol m g ............... for an[ * * * Wdlmm Beamin , of he /V -;- across an arm on the track, an soon -u,u make a snp Ieen xu nnouneed nvea last wee xrom  , - - ,.,,, , , ,. I e dub was a I see one of Ole s le Nex t m I [ Wide from -- ---cisco to t the Snoqualmi  -- ,---" xtended visit at the Lee Monteith I George Lundberg was brought ton Co-Op., came out from Seattle ,., , . gs. g A.rk. ]at Snoqualmie nyy, ffi?ue afre E. home. Mr. Scott and Mr. Monteithhome Tuey .after three weeks in to remain during the constructmn of See o:es head: DenI ay, 'My God,! Mr. Camnh,n ...... ]week the speaker wm u "2 ........ from Rainier or the wek-I Renton Hospit where he underwent the new building. Work will start somet mg mus a..nappenea o ulel :-J b L- " .... "- ,-r[Baker, Scout executive of ;eae. we,  an operation for appendicitis, there Monday (Contmued on a e 5 column 2 . ,  market today zo I ..... O-^u-, ena. P g , ) "4..UUed on page 3, column 4) [He will speak o .... -,. - =- , ..... rrl-- " .....  / i , m I'HE ISSA0 H _PRESS "', 0000u00oot%'iBake Hit Twine "' _ " Crosswalks Over Unpaved Streets , than to surgery, and has tak-1 tewis n_arawar, e ana :ja- - I I" ' _ l pee.ml nearing will be given at_ city hall tomorrow 'first look at the world. ! cobson BaKery lootea rest IA];ld' evemng for signers of petition who claim crosswalks ?tefln::epTe:::gehtihimAd.inh; Thursday ev_enin _ llpO will be waste of money and unsatisfactory. of companions whom he knew Thursday night of last week two ' - TSF.]/'T" .................. -- ....................................................... h "  There was a flurry of interest de- Geor Y their voices, business houses were broken into on US0L F/.AVF.R OF veloped at the .regular meeting of becaus:h:bdehevefdvthe:ctoht$oetiftt: wY:'t' amv: It: ;::ss at things aFd 'tth: J::tobstoh: BL:keW'b. [:' eaac? ,.hNlOfl" ,the C,ty Council Monday evenmg, crosswalks were not being levied eor- Young man says: more. we shall all say that we awake on the other side of Front street, the Lewis Hardware place the same method of entrywas used, forcinng a small window in the i rear of the buildinng. ffrave and our eyes are opened. I At the Bakery they secured $12 in Let us hope so. This period of change and $3 in pennies. Nothing orry Would hardly be worth while, else was missed. a it Were all. i At the Hardware they fared con- siderably better, taking $10 in cash A WOman wite;, who understandsl .... .,,* tl00 dollars' worth of women, answers the queS-lstoek ' consisting mostly of fishing "What .... I taekle, pocket knives, tobacco, a val- ,, n(/ of husband do women t.able casting, rod, revolver and am- . thus: "A woman's ideal hus-,,,tion an one shovel neWaid show a composite pic-t-'F'r'om the nature of the loot taken, " vaJentino,.Henry Ford and and the manner of entry, it was ap- . . . {parently the work of local people, SUgests Yalentmo's beauty; } but no clew was found that might' i somewhat reminiscent of the stormy [days (or nights) during the opening ]chapters of the sidewalk controversy. lAnd that same question was respons- ible for the interest Monday night. lit came )n the form of another pro- test, this time against the laying of street crossings with sidewalks on unpaved streets. It was signed by twenty or thirty taxpayers. After the petition had been read, opportunity was given for anyone to speak on the question, and P. J. Smith responded, stating it to be the belief of the petitioners that cement walks across unpaved treets would !create potholes that would be a nuisance to vehicle travel and would be practically useless to pedestrians as the walks would be covered most of the time with gravel; that it would be a ving to taxpayers if walks were not laid at crossings of gravel- ed streets. He also stated that he be- reetly. Dave Morgan supported him in this contention, W. H. Jones hold- ing that the aement was fair. In- spector Moyer stated that but little saving would result as slopes would be required at the end of each block, The petition asked for an early hearing on the protest and on motion a hearing was granted for tomorrow, Friday, evening. Councilman Neukirchen signed an oath of office, and the full board was present, with Attorney Shorett and Engineer Gardiner out from Se- attle. The reports of the marshal, water- master and treurer were read and Two Home Teams money, and Job's patience in ind" anythin further than that. i .  58UN5'. t',AP A__ .__wate _ g d ' Again Tuesday Night I A  ,s "rl4E N i n.ry Ford, with his high Tuety evening the trick was' "IPle,   =lTrt. : m ' m, for an intelligent wo-]turned db, ain atlhe Bakery, the rob-: m o.z oF Uch better looking than Val-be r of robbers getting away wtn . . '115:. ieeVer was, and he has more !$2"/'.00 " " ---" e = man Job, who only sat down This time entrance was made so XYEil .--, " 00ueT mplained. Ford works, sm)othly that no evidence was left i Wl|l I11[[I, First T Oman wants a husband "who as to the method employed. Mr.iffi s mae love with one hand and Jacob*on helieves :hat either a pass I X/| ( }n Mill St. Played nday With the -" " " : .... basement win  v v u, ., ozner, says ne wry- key was useu or ne accepted. Attorney Shorett read an ordin- ance creating a fund amounting to five per cent of local improvement bonded indebtedness as a guarantee of district payments, an ordmawc lieved it was within the power of the council to eliminate the cross- i inKs if they desired, this being in re- ,ply to a statement by E. J. Ander- the adoption of which is made maa- !datory by the state. It was passed to its second reading. i petition was received from the s part of clever writing. The s that a good woman wants that she can respect, one to Provide for his children, and of loyalty. That is not too to ask. l 1 a food paste that can be rub- skin, keeping a man fod. uellmtely, without swallowing the new food, called "dinu- six ounces rubbed into the skin dow fastening worked by inserting I .... :-. .... f-  ........ . - - the arm through a broken pane. i Will lay re'st cement next taken between The money was i week; job should require nd 10 15 m the evening Mrs. ] about thirt five da s 9:00 a : " - " " " and  Y" Y' JaeobS:ml:Ckr thOoffi:=at nlne i ............................................. went . . n returned] The work of preparation for lay- at I0:15 and the money wasttgO:eell ling the cement sidewalks is progress- The thief seems to be preeYm= h ink very satisfactorily with about posted on the building and th - three-fourths of the clearing finish- s there as od of handling the fund ed. and sxty per cent of the sub- the act was timed perfectly. Marshal grading completed. Henry passed the rear of the bakery Contractor Coluecio states he ex- at 9:00 and saw Mr Jacob,on in peens to start on the cment work there, and Carl at home with the within a week and that the laying of elidren, leaving the coast dear for it would require about thirty-five ......................... !n that such action would ha'e to lschoo! board asking for the vacating , Mercer Island and Issa i e taken before the contract was lof an alley in the block recently put- _1 r .  - let; that now he thought the pro chased by the school dmtrlct quanpmye;ttentonnere s ...... 1, ." - " " as a , o.._. .....   i gram : noum oe carrieu out according I meation Ior a new high school build- leA OtHltlay alternoon, t to the contract. L. J. Harris en-ling. Attorney Shorett called atten- ............. . ............................. i dorsed the petition and cited the ex tion to the necessit for A short hiatus in the rather mon- . -} Y posting no- . . ..... -" perience of Monroe where crowalkstiee of a date for a he otonous rains o the ast m  , . . . arlng on the ............. .P. . ontn per-lcause a such trouble they had to bejmatter. :::ndnTn ::da:h:;eYS g:tldh:iblatsed out. In reply Engineer Gard-] The follo,mg claims were allowed: ,"ner said that they had nothing but couple of practices. Sunday we had i ......... ] (Contmued on page 5, column 4) . sore earn as a sun-oase a onroe[= ....... MW:re:rmilt::d:: $r:h;in:::; tfho:'while here the sub-base was ideal'_lllllllllllllillllllllllJllllllllllllllll,llllllll and that no potholes need result. 00TVpe L - a contac with their "home" ground, Contractor Coluccio stated that af- -- m as they w/ll play their home games ter years of experimenting, the City - here this season. And they appeared for one day. And you can bath thirty minutes after the Without losing Its nourishing was carried through perfectly. Ill ;SO Ill discourage hunger strikes -- - I "I[ V |_ of ?' make po00ible the f00d-l00nv IJa00ol WOrK tO . e patients who refuse lAJJJ - and will be of great value in f/ [/'.* ..... ,w f - surgical operations, when] hO' ll lWU[lJ[all It i nt be administered. ]-- -- lo be eJeved that dinutron will al-[ "l'eal Kiwanians got more of a diakgalY 'aluable in treatment ofl..7-_- *hey were expecting at -s.  1-^ n luncheon yesterday, m.u --Iiffere,., .* * * . J:Ik on" schoolboy patrol ... 1,, is ' rom Vienna's "dinu-]w,-Z- first speaker, George w. ee.'. P g l, partment, ga gu tl ! ,tnmg they contain. It is a i IB'[[  hnwinr an improve- & ray " " ...... ,__ . machine, planned, to.] lkl r merit in juvenile ace!- "= ne business of "nazi,'" I  Sent, mee the orgam- vvmu n  t! Oth^- "rots sending bombs to] ,oH,m of the schoolboy patrol there, -=r and to outsider I'"-':-a of the cooperation given . ., aria tou Shown of Seattle was building cement cross- about forty-five minutes. That was i days, depending omewhat, of course, verT much at home Sunday, prevent- walks on graveled streets and find- ample time, however, and the plantupon the weather. ,ing the Issaquah boys from scorin . -  g I " ce ng them satisfactory The start on the , ment work wll!in several innings of practice. How- =..__ ............................... [ ............................... be made on the Hghway,. at .Ctylever , Manager Castagno was more  / 1 / A /| Hall, workmg east to the etty heats:intent on giving his boys practicet Kel00karL/Assemblv on the north side of the street, thence i than in winning the game. There[ :J west through the entire town on thelwere nineteen showed up for prac-II | V' ] ] south rode of the street.  tic and [ e they all had a turn. in the[raere w cane,nay Thus far, through the gradmg,| me Fr i ga . "day evening a fairly good I there has been no mishap, and while practice was had Next Wednesda , " c:' . .  - [ y, Arfl 15, l,- the rain has retarded the work at t Next Sunday a practice game is [man Rebekah Lodge No. 59 will en- times, it al has been a factor in i scheduled with Renton. With the tertain Rebekah District No. 25. O government forbids of Soviet cargoes up the Russia protests to Britain, and Italy, and Holland oh- the Danube blockade, weft to have Russian goods if they are cheap enough. the boys. He complimented the boys on the work they were doing and admonished them to always he on the job with 100 per cent efficiency and aid in preventing loss of life among their schoolmates. Fred B. Judges of the Washington making for a better base. ere Wednesday i BONDS FOR HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING SOLD SATURDAY Bids for the bonds for the build- ing of our new high school building were opened in Seattle Saturd morning, with the following offers: State of Washington ........ 4% % Seattle Company ............. 4 '% % People's Security Co ......... 5 % First Seatle Dexter Hor- ton Securities Co ............. 5 '% The Seattle Company bid was con- sidered the best and the bid was awarded that company. Later in the packing the earth aa on as placed, opening of the league a week from t Representatives from Fall -City, Sunday April 19 considerablelBothell , Tolt, Snoqualmie and Red- work is necessary to whip a team in- t mond will attend. Several Aembly to shape, lquah will play the op I and Past Assembly on, curs will be cuing game here the 19th with Kirk- land as the visiting team. t GOOD ATTENDANCE AT GAR- DEN CLUB; SALE THURSDAY There were twenty-eight members and twelve guests in attendance at the Garden Club meeting Tuesday evening, the largest and one of the best ever held by the club. The guest speaker was Cecil Sol- ly of Malmo's, Seattle. It was decided to hold a flower present. The sessions will be hdld in the |Masonic Hall. The afternoon mee ling will convene at 1:30 and the eve- l ning session at 8:00 o'clock. The degree team of Grace Rebekah Lodge of Tolt will exemplify the work in the evening. During the afternoon each lodge will present some part of the ritual and the usual question box will he conducted. A charge of 25e will be made for the 6:00 o'clock dinner. Lunch will . By D. LOUSER . "11111111111111111 !1111111111 iIiiiillllllllllUlllrl. Rastua wa, sharpening his razor nnd his wife asked him what for. "Woman," he st|d, "theys paih o" sommam's shoes u yo' bed. l dey ain't no niggeh in dem shots Ah's gonua shave" When a bride promises to obey her husband, she waives her rights---but it isn't a per- manent waive. Thedoctor called to see the sick maid and after carefully examining her said, "Not a thing wrong with [you." "I know it, hut these fotk owe [me $35, and I won't leave this bed til they pay," she replied. "Ahem l" answered the doctor. "Move over; they owe $150.!" Auto Driver: "Have you tome of that gasoline that stops Imocig?" John Nelson: "Yes, sir, I lmv*." Auto Driver: "Then give my wife News story says that the average living in the shadow of Auto Association, spoke highly of day in opening bids for the Hiline ay be idting serious the accomplishments of the patrol school, another bid for the Issaquah sale one week from today, April 16, be served after the evening sesMom woman's clothing weighs but eight All Rebekahs are invited to at- ounces. Sure is tough that they have - tend. Two hundred delegates are to wear such heavy shoes. m imitating our boyish firmn- and said he was ashamed of himself, building was found, a better one than at the Hepler Motor display rooms. adult should be, for the one securing the bid, but of Who un ........... :-'s and that every .... W.A. Anderson, who has been on expected.  ueresumate usa - .... : - *,, the boys tl/is import- course, it could not be conmflerea as *h l,h. ll; nlace ,m *h,, vnllo  ....... Andrew Thompson tells this one: h-- tdeegu -:. __ ,.a to do our .... L:. .-a already, been awarded. / .... "7" "  " - ..... :'- ": reu oorman, alfing timber at Two Swedes were .... bu, , .... o_ # mi,k,  ........ n ! out work wmcn we x . the mu .a.   a number ol years, has excnangeo *ho n,,,h ,,,,, .,,eel.  - . ---.--.n --,,, - re - . |__,.,. ,,,,ulations such J Y- " Seattle s ppe Idav . . " " y g jump off the m. prouucing hundreds oxi'a "=,--.: ..... Cetv driving by '* * * I " . . rays reveaiea no serious injury, track in time the oth ,,,-* u .... of bushels of wheat a year; ing by pea " of Mrs. E P Neuhrchen and * * * . h . C ........... ] .... --*- and frequent teatmg Mr. and .. " "" . -  Rufus Woods, editor of the We- t ....................... /ortunate, The survrvor told about --'zPnetl h i eel;eel xor mows---- I;tJe w@re j9aquaa vl vlm Oytltn aIA lllIl Icnolus , ,, , , as or , famfl of Sea - i e " s ovenmen. the devdowlbrke and light - "o ..... Y--nda- [natchee Da,Iy Evemng World, -'as a of Seattle spent Easter at the M A t lat r. After I yump, he said, I f a farm t:' -- " farn i " Walter Stevenson ann SL -  rors u :" . . , ]caller at The Press office yesterday hoyden home " " run a teetle vay, ana ten I go DaCK nat reuy m a " to e t e lr his ........... nn !,,.trois were guests. -- " !, q,tt nd infant son at- 1 afternoon , , , se abou O1 . PUny SOOn I come . urectlon are u,uuu,-v,.,  P-.. eetin with Mrs. ,: ........... . . , at .............. inter-club patrol m g ............... for an[ * * * Wdlmm Beamin , of he /V -;- across an arm on the track, an soon -u,u make a snp Ieen xu nnouneed nvea last wee xrom  , - - ,.,,, , , ,. I e dub was a I see one of Ole s le Nex t m I [ Wide from -- ---cisco to t the Snoqualmi  -- ,---" xtended visit at the Lee Monteith I George Lundberg was brought ton Co-Op., came out from Seattle ,., , . gs. g A.rk. ]at Snoqualmie nyy, ffi?ue afre E. home. Mr. Scott and Mr. Monteithhome Tuey .after three weeks in to remain during the constructmn of See o:es head: DenI ay, 'My God,! Mr. Camnh,n ...... ]week the speaker wm u "2 ........ from Rainier or the wek-I Renton Hospit where he underwent the new building. Work will start somet mg mus a..nappenea o ulel :-J b L- " .... "- ,-r[Baker, Scout executive of ;eae. we,  an operation for appendicitis, there Monday (Contmued on a e 5 column 2 . ,  market today zo I ..... O-^u-, ena. P g , ) "4..UUed on page 3, column 4) [He will speak o .... -,. - =- , ..... rrl-- " .....  / i , m