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'ERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. u..Z~Oe ~r~.k LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Vol. 4, No. 38 Our Exchang e Foreign and Domestic Drabs Sold to aI1 parts of the World We Aim to Give the Best R a t s Obtain- able Do you know that bank drafts are the cheapest and simplest way to send money? Issaquah State Bank Don't forget to rent that Safe Deposit Box here today THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is one oI the sure business utilities, and likewise just as I~!~ a necessity on the tarm. Farming is surely a business propo- .... ~ ' o mtiofi:~vherein success depends upon ec - nominal methods with up-to-date ma- czline~y. The Ford Truck will prove a gre.a~economlt on the farm. 2he marvel is !~w the farmer has got along without it ~1~ these years." It is a s~vant that S#l~vel~always ready and always econom- ~.~)~lr~abe.q: ~vit~h either a0ttd or pneu- matic tires, Case & Hcpler, Inc. Telephone Main 411 The Ford Garage, Issaquah, Wash, Insist on genuine Ford parts Hudson Supersix and Buick Six ANYWHERE AT ANY TIME PHONE: MAIN 172 $1)eelaltiea: Joy-riding and Theatre Partle& KING ISSAQUAH, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920 WASHINGTON STATE NEWS OF INTEREST Important Occurrences of Past Week Briefly Compiled for Our Readers. The second annual prone barvest festival wil bB held in Vancouver Sep- tember 16. I7 and lg. I ITile Clarke warden has county game planted 500,000 eastern brook trout t Clarke county streams. I The first cutting of alfalfa in the Umatilla district will commence in 10 days. The crop is said to be unusually heavy. Because of the inability of Spokane business men to agree on membership no "fair price" board will be establish- ad there. The state reclamation board is die- cussing the opening of the first unit af 12,000 acres of the Metho-Okanoga~a Irrigation project. The Washington Baptist congrega- tions composing the western district held a session at Aberdeen with 150 delegates in attendance. Shortage of paper hangers and paint. srs at WALla WaIla has delayed the ,pening of thB American Legion bead. quarters'another month. The mayor of Seattle has been ad- vised that certain appraisals made of ttle municipal street railway before it was purchased by the city cannot be ~Ihe UeHt,~,d States detention station in $eat~b, was learned when federal of- 'le~als havestigating the escape of four :~f!tt~e radicals discovered bars that ~a~l been cut for a month and carefully !rel~laecd and learned from other i prisoners that the soviet directed who w~d,l ear, ape next. A suit has been filed in the superior .our~ of Franklin county in which Ass- !in Van Nest seeks to recover damages ;rein the bank of Pasco in the sum of '~:~J00 for the death of his son. caused a~ explosion of the heating plant in the basement of the bank. Dwtght Redman, in charge at Yakl- n:'~ of construction for the Indian rec- lamation service, has completed the program for the present fiscal year luring which time he has spent $500: 000. He is now preparing to spend aua equal amount, which will be sealable July 1. Construction will begin during the month of June on the cold storage p!ant to be erected in Presser. Ac- cording to the plans announced by W. F. Galliven amd A. M. Nyberg, who are backing the enterprise, the plant will llav~ a 125-refrigermor capacity and wlll cost $75,~00. Internal revenue officers have de- tat~d 400,000 pounds of butter in Se- attle on allegations that it contains more ~an 16 per cent water. The same officers are taking steps to detain ~ther large quantities of butter now tn possession of Washington and Ore- ~cn manufacturers. The first cutting of alfalfa already is under way in some of the districts of the lower Yakima valley Con- ~racis have been made covering a con- |onnd. i Sixty residents of Tacoma narrowly .~iderable portion of the first ~rop at escaped death near Port Ward when prices arouml $25 a ton. The expecta. they were trapped a mile from shore Hen of growers is that the 1920 hay ,n a blazing launch with a heavy sea market will open and continue on high Levels. running. Republicans o~[ Washington were The body of Roy Dunne, 22 years old ~t'@ed to scours t'he repeal of the direcl of I~:allbridge, who was drowned May L with William Darling, at Celllo Falls, primary law. which he cha~cterizeL as an "instrument to defeat the tea was found in the Columbia river at will' of members of political parties Washnugal. The business men of Raymond have bY William Howard Taft in an ad- asked the city council to pass legisla- dress at a recel~tion given in hie ties requiring sawmills to do away honor at Seattle by King county repub ilcans. with open fire pits and sulmtltute fire- [ Fifty-seven tracts of Indian lands ~ proof burners. [:the Yakima reservation were offers Governor Hart says he will ignore ~for sale by Don M. Cart, superlntemi eharg~ ~ade by William Short of the ~;2~ of the rea~'y~ltion. The highe~ Wal ~hln~.ton ~ d~atton of Labor that ltrice an acre wa~ pallfi~ mr 80 scr$ the governor is opposed to an adequate wage for women, bought by a Toppentsh grower, wh The Aberdeen high school has again closed on advice of City Physician Klnne. The closing period is ten day~ ~n account of additional cases of small- ~ox among students. The city council of C, hehalis ha~ de- cided not to ask f~r a recount of the ~ensus by the federa~ government. The census only gives a population of less than 5000. The local claim is 5200. Plans to charter a special train t~ carry Washington republicans to the national convention ~.t Chicago were abandoned because of failure to obtain i~dvance reservations for convention ~eat~. A body practically identified a~ that ~f Pie Hanson, alleged to have been a participant in the Armistice day mur- ders at Centralia, has been found near Oakvllle.It was evidently a cMe of luieide. Frank Troeh, of Vancouver, coast champion trap shot, is the highest standing shot in the country for 500 tournaments. He has shot in 500 events and he has the remarkable average af 96.83. A strong effort is being made to llne paid $31,000. The total sum paid for M1 the tracts was close to $400,000/ In the neighborhood of 3~0 Shriners, representing Pendleton, Milton and Athena, in Oregon, and Dayton, Pore eroy, Waitsburg, Prescott, TouchBt, Walla Walls and Spokane, gathered In Walla Walla Saturday for what is be- lieved to have been the largest cere- monial ever held in eastern Washing. EBS, IN PRISON GARB, ACCEPTS NOMINATION Atlanta, Ga.--Eugene V. Debs ac- cepted the socialist nomination for president of the United States, for- really tendered him by a committee from his party. The ceremony was hold inside the Atlanta federal penitentiary, where l)ebs is serving a ten-year sentence on conviction of violating the espionage act. and the nominee was clad in the blue denim garb of a prisoner. Under prison rules Dehs could not issue a statement, but he made a brief ~eech in which he thanked the party for the honor again conferred upon him and expressed his regret that he could do so little personally in the campaign. EEIEF GENERAL NEWS The senate confirmed the nomination of Edmund Clapp as a member of the federal reserve board "The general understanding i$ that there will be a recess or adjournment of congress on June 5," Speaker Gillett annoonced in the house. Increase of the tariff on beans from 25 cents to $1.20 a bushel is provided i by a bill reported favorably by the house ways and means committee. Fifty million dollar~ is the estimate by railroad officials and membem of the Merchants' association of losses suffered by business In the present ssr- le~ of New York strikes. One half of the residents of St. Quen- tln, N. B., having a population of ap- proximately 2000, were made homeless as the result of a forest fire which swept through the village Saturday A total campaign fund for General Leonard Wood of $1,180,043 was dis- closed to the senate campaign lnvestl- gating~ committee by A. Sprague, na- i tional chairman of the Wood campaign |und. Approximately $~00,000 has been raised for the national campaign of ~nator Johnson of California, for the republie&n presidential nomination, Alexander McCabe, California state in- surance commissioner and one of the managers of the Johnson organization. t~fi~ b~ore .tlte senate commRtse l~vut~ttUg pre:c6;V'e'n~ron ~am~t~ financing. Guam Governoe Chosen. ~ttle. Wash. ~- Captain Ivan C. Wettengel, commander of the cruiser Montana, now at the Puget Sound navy yard, and former captain of that yard, received news of his appoint: merit by the president to be governor of the island of Guam, one of the smallest and meal i~olatsd pussessions ton. The main event was the lnltia _ ....... Lion of a ..... ~ o~ the umten, and yet one~ re- class of lO'~ novices. I a--e- as of ~ r~ o utmost naval slrateglo Attack on the minimum wage of $18 ]. " c a week for women employed in hotel ~mpormn e. and resVaurant work, established by t'he industrial welfare commission, was made in the superior court of Thurston county by counsel for hotel owners on a petition asking for review of the commission order John M. Wilson, judge of the superior court, took the matter under advisement and will file a written opinion. The business men of Wenatchee will make a four days' automobile excur- sion tour of Okanogan county com- mencing Tuesday, June 8, They plan to take along their own camp outfits, also service cars to make any neces- ............... , ....... , gary repairs or adjustments on the trip PAST-TIME POOL HALL ISSAQUAH. WASH. up me ~armer~ auu Lau~r,u~; m~u o~ They ~'I11 vm~t' " Entmt,' " Chelan,' Manses' ~ ~~ l~ranklln county with the nonpartisan PaterosBrewsterT~isp,Method' ~~~ league and the state headquarters of ' , " ' ", _ ,_~_' ......... ,. ..... "..._:~ ,_~. ,~^_, Winthrop Onlak Okanogau Riverside - Tonasket and Orovlllo tie" to Paste. ~' CALOL L GL()S , -. " "'"~ .... *. fishermen.'""" .h ....... Campers" ........ and Splashing and driving operations of l~'a .......... ~, .... ~,v ........ ,.-- ~t ~'og driving company cannot be en rn Wa %la Walls county have closed the ' ".trea.~ joined, according to a decision by ' ..o ~,~o,,.,~a ........ , ~,.~. Judge Hewen of Pacific county in the inortemen ~,--, ~,,-,~,~,, ~,,* o=,~,a, ~,,~o , ~. .... ,~,,~, .-.e ....... , ~ .... ,a case of the Walker Timber company _ . ~. and J H Price against the Humptuilps ~ttle last yea ,. ' " "" t Tacoma fishermen the ]Driving company. Judge Hewen stated P I'sh ~ooo=.. o that a log-driving company Is a publlc E y[ ...... ~Irse selne fisher ' servlee crpratin ann cannt ne pro" V e r I o uana(latreaty betweenwlll pu th"p UnitBd .States and. ..... .... . ..~ ~.,,., .... . _.,,~ habited from carrying on its business 111011 OI (LIB sonno OUt ~,~ uuo*.u~v w~t,~ by issuanc6 of injunctions. the exception of fall .~almon fmhing, ~~ .~ Cl ...... e "n the u-''~'r sound ) More than 3400 men employed on a wnmn as son ~ ptw " " I k I] , Pl;k To compete with~ otl~er w~stern roads ' payroll approximating $125,000 a wee , cans, L, us,s, _o,,,s,,es .. : ---.~ :;e ;t~te wI*h not one o~ tho worke~ dependen* ~o carrler~ nave reqt~te, a $ . ~ ..... .... ~ O --'--~on to Yeeom on government money either ~l'rec~ly puoLaC sere,re c n, mm~ . - it as OCS ........... -_......~.; ,,,,,., ~or in~Itreetly .......... xs me remarKame status mesa to the interstate ~wmm=-,.,- ,,~*,,- .... s - r ~es I of the Seattle shipyard industry today missron a reuuction in pre en~ a~ I The commission will make the r~com- The clo~e of the shipping board pro- /~1~~ G !:~ s~e~ mend at ion. gram was e xDected to leave less than. ". Notice has been flied with the public 12000 re:j, :impl::~d ini the S:attlie yards b it al n the spa r ivcs new ,,c a,,. ,er,'Lce commission by the Wenatehee , Valley Gas & Electric company that on !plants and the small y~rds has served ~.*~/ k l%CS O,~.a ~ ,' to i' tO stabilize *he whole sitnationA sub-commAtee ,.,~ maL M ]lnol . , ,une 15 the rate for eleetrie power for -" I pumplng will be raised from $36 l repr~t~entative Of the joint committee appo,nted b~ Se ~l ~ $40 per horsepower during the irrlga- * " shine anew I lon season }~ttle, TaeDma, Portland and Spokane }~ [ Three doilars and up to $6 a bushel I~hambers of commerce will visit tark of Bmse salt Lake and llelena to in i has been, received by E. g. S ey " ' " " " I Proaser for carload lots of corn Ow- tereat the officials of Idaho, Utah and Recommended and Sold by ling tO the number of prizes won by Montana In the proposed irrigation and l S-arkey in national contests his eorr developm:nt eougress tO be be, d iu LEON em , b seed Seattle S~ tember 13 aud 14 iU the [ has been in great d an ly ARD MILES , interest of the plan to de, elop the / ~mpanles. ~ " ............. --- a-td lands of the Pacific northwest | TI~e existence o~ a soviet ' [Ibm .... .... ... ,._~,.., .... ...... t..,a ,. rtad V,.~r':.ctllarlY t~e O01~ltabll~ basin Durazzo Seized by D'Annunzio. Paris.--Captan Gabriele D'Annnn- lie, whose "l~reg'ular" Italian troops have been holding Flume, has seized Durazzo, the principal seaport of Al- bania, and has sot up an administra- tion in the town, according to a Zurich dispatch. How is your subscription ? $1.50 PER YEAR, Kiddies' 1olhes Wosbed Like New Little glrls' frocks and boys' wash suits come out of our laundry looking as good as the day you bought them. No matter how much dirt the kiddies grind into their clothes, we get it all out. And our prices are ridiculously small. Union Laundry Phone M22 ISSAQUAH Agents: Fall C, ity, Kirkpatrick Store; Preston, Store; Monohon, Allen & Nel- son Store. Power ~n Nobility. Be n,dd~,,and it Is well wtth yo~. The stormsof life will not frighten you. Safe ~u~,l serene, you shill w~nder th,.ougb the paths of nlght, and mlsfortunc Itself can only e~alt the majesty of your soul.---From Rae's '%lfe of Beethoven." ~.w. S-VLVESTE~ NOTARY PUBLIC Fire Insurance Office with E. J.Andersou Front Street Physician and Surgeon, Oflice i~v'Bank Building I rent Street . Iss~qu),, H. E. FOSTER "- LAWYER 70~ New York }: ldg. Main 1744 Seattle ..W. E. GIBSON, M.D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Bank Building Front Street ISSAQU.4H - WASHINGTON & R OENTISTS "Coutts Building" Thursday, Friday, Saturday Open evenings Examination Free Seattle: Yale Building. F. A. FISHER, FUNERAL DIREffOR Full line of Undertaking Supplies Our most considerate attention is at your disposal at all times Calls answered day or night Phone M212 ISSAQUAH, WASH, |,ram I B U S I N E S S IS the supply of human wants I O U R B U S I N E SS is moving something for , | somebody all the time. ! ! Seattle-lssaquah Auto Freight I Seattle Depot: Corner Western and Marion I Leave Seattle, 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. | " Issaqu~ah, 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. I Ueneral Transfermg Removals a bl eeialty I Issaquah Phone M442 Seattle Phone El. 3428 I High Point and Preston , | A., L.,HARRINGTON . . ,,,L. I-]Alqla]bGIO Buy Your Hardwarc, Stovcs, Ranges Paint Varnish, ctc. In Is~aq.ah In most cases you can buy in Issaquah for less money than in Seattle. 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