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J " THE ISSAQUAH PRESS ;i[ONCE MORE WE GO lit GO DOWN THE LINE Royal Suggestion ] |[ A big assortment of Patterns and Colors Ill --------- ' GRIDDLE CAKES and WAFTLES] II bought at prices which will per- mitus to It Game Sunday . ! It [IStacey.Showns Won Wierd From the NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK 1 I] |I WII~HERE i~ an art in l~uckwheatCakes ! It ;ell for Less It -- III Issaquah lost to the StarT cages, griD(us clJKcs .or (;te~sPo~:~rROyall3aking t i~nowns oz ~ea~ue ~unaay, maR- ,,~,, xxr~l| T~11 it ic. nn art :~ cups m !k. or milk and wata~ This is your opportunity :: 7" .__ ".~" .... ." ." 7h:ats:.. calI the ~ ~vhat m1 :~?~:;; :f,,,l~ol~s~s _ I||lng tnree In a row tne team ass very easily and quickly ; tablespt ~,~ shortening l|~dropped, after winning four acquired if you follow the Sift tog cr flours, bakiag 1 ]|[strai-ht ri~ht reci-c~ powder ai~ salt; add liquid, Ee Jl! ~, _ ~ r ~'" molasses a~d melted short- |t In Sunday's game Manager Here are some recipes ~ni.ng; b c=t three minute.& , tl[Yourglich surprised the fans by for a variety of breakfast ~aKe on hot greasga grmai. L. i,,, UPPER SOUAK , I School districts NoR. 44 and 114 |1 I PLAN OF INDEMNITY PAYMENTS ADOPTED joined in a school closing picnict ----- last week; everybody had a good[ Hythe, England.--The Anglo-French time. ~l'he honor guests were l combination which has succeeded the Mr. Hevly Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Hey-[big four in the management of the al ly Jr. of Everett who surprised tlies' dealingSat Sunday'sWith sessionGermanY'heredeter'tht~ their daughter and sister Miss B. [mined principles for the settlements of boti Hevly, teacher in Dist. 44. the German indemnity and ~nterallied A farewell party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ho Ran last Friday evening to Miss Renshaw, teacher in Distric 114. About 40 were present. The ev- ening was spent in dancing and playing games. The County has had two trucks hauling gravel on the Issaquah Hobart road for several days Mrs. J. E. Hallsworth spent Sun- day at Charleston and brought back her son Homer who had been visiting 'Mrs. Sockwell Miss Josephine Baccus and sis- ter Apple visited with Miss Mary Hayward Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Snyder mo- tored to Marysville Monday to visit with relatives. They were aeammpanied by Mr. and Mrs. G, Snyder Matt Hines was canvassing the ranchers this week in behalf of the Dairymen's Association Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hallsworth motored to Renton Tuesday even- inF. I IIII t i , III ANGUS McSWEEN :debts. The principles are that the financial experts of the two governments shall recommend a lump sum for the indem nity and that the payments of the in- terallied debts shall procoe.~ parallel with Germany's payments. The present purpose of the "big two," Premier Lloyd George and Premier Millerand, is to present the experts plans to the Germans at Spa. Accord. ing to experts here the question of the amount and time and method of pay ment are ye.t to be considered. The debt to the United States is no~ embraced in the ne~w plan an4 the gov- ernment's spokesman estimated that this would not be possible without the participation by the United States in the conferences. Recognition of Belglum*~ priority claims upon Germany still stands. The proportional allotment of the German indemnity, made eight months ago, by which France gets 55 per cent and Great Britain 25 per cent stand~, ac- cording to the agreement. Washington State News The U. S. reclamation servlc~ anticipating a greater demand ~or 'a~,:,r for irrigation, Is preparing t~ meet tt with enlarged storage eal~clty. Fully 100.000 acre-feet more of water will be stored in the government rea- ervoirs than in the largest previous season. The demand Is expected to begin about the middle of June instead of July 1. the usual date. Cool weather has favored water conservation so far this season. Additional storage will be aceomp!ished by using reser~rs not hore~.iore used and by "~l~lah boards" on others to raise the ml~r level. ~,~;. (). Vest and J. O. Montgomery, federal prohibition officers and J. L. Moore, sheriff of Ferry c~nty, were et at liberty on $1000 bonds each fol- lowing their arrest on warrants sworn ~o by James D. Johnson, prosecuting attorney, charging them with killing Eraest C. Emily, a young rancher who lived near Keller, The officers were hold responsible by a coroner's jury for the de,ath of Emily, whom they were alleged to have shot and killed when they said he refused to comply with their order to halt. Emily had ~een suspected of "bootlegglnJ." Committee Rejects Armenian Mandate Washington.---The senate foreign re- lations committee, by ~t vote of 11 to 4, reported a resolution to the senate "respectfully declining" to grant the authority requested by President Wll. a change in the line-up, playing Tom McQuade at 2nd and Elmer Anderson in the left garden, two who have not been in uniform before this season, benching Beet's Boyden and Francis. The change did not result in a winning team, but about the most weird attempt of the game yet put up by the home team. For instance: The Stacys made but 11 hits yet chased 7 men around the pan Issaquah secured 12 hits and got 6 more on, a total of 18 men, but could only cash in 2. Enough runs were lost through pool" work on the paths to win the game. Here's about the way the runs~ were made: McQuade fanned Springate, first man up, but was responsible for the next three getting around. Womack rode a 2-bagger into center field; Mclver and Cullens smgled; Lottsfeldt whiffed but Charlie fumbled Bar- to's grounder and three runs were in, enough to win the game.I In the 3rd they counted again;i McIver singled to center, stretch-I ed it to a double when Sell let itt slip between his legs, and made[ 3rd on a wild throw in and Cul- len's sacrificed him home, In this canto Issaquah pushed l their first one Pete Favini hitting! for two bases and coming in on a single by Joe Favini. In the 4th they go! their second and final, Rose getting a life by 1st dr pping a toss from the mound. He got around on sing- lea by Anderson and Lindsay. In the 7th Staceys counted two more, Springate and Womack singled; Charlie muffed Mclver's grounder, Springa:e coming in. Tom McQuade then relieved Charlie. Womack came in on a sacrifice by Cullens. Staceys registered their last in the 8th, Stephens walking, tak- ing 2nd on a passed ball and com- ing in on a double by Brown. i The score by innings: ISSAQUAH :Runs 00i 100 000--2 !Hits 202 320 021--12 STACEY-SHOWNS Runs 301 000 210-- 7 Hits 312 101 210--11 Struck out, by Barto 8; by C. McQuade 6; by T. McQuade 3. 2-1:aRe hits. P. Favini, Womack, Brown, Next Sunday we will play Sno- qualmie here. They lost to Red- mo~d by a 3-1 score so you see the locals have a job cut ou~ for themselves if they win. Angus McSween, a well known W!lehington correspondent, who is na- t~=~l campaign manager for Senator Hiram Johnson of California. . i Commercial Club m~etin~r next Tuesday evening con to accept a mandate [or Armenia. ,-~ Repeal of War Legislation Pixilated. %, Washlngton.--Repe~l of all war- time legislation we= proposed il~ ~. joint resolution introduced by Repre. ~entatlve Con~ally, democrat, Yezu CA Wireless a Night Travelee. Wireless telegraplly Is more effe~ tlve and travels farther i~ the d~ than It~ daylight. The light has a re- tarding Iniluenee on the wmve~--- Brooklyn Eagle. Prest0n.lssaquah-Seattle Stage C0. Inc. Sche:tule Effective ]anuary 15, 1920. Leave Presto~ by. Hi Point Leave Issaquah Leave Seattle 7:40 a m 7:50 a m 8:00 a m 7:30 a m 1:00 p m 1:10 p m 1:20 p m I1:30 a m 4:40 p m 4:50 p m 5:00 p m 5:00 p m Saturday and Sunday Evening" Stages leave Seattle at 6:30 Fares, Including War Tax One way- Preston $1.75 [~ound Trip--Preston $3.00 Hiu'h Point 1.50 Higb Point 2.75 Issaquah 1.2,5 |ssaq uah2. 25 Coalfield1.0(i Coalfield1.75 Seattle, Motor B/s l)ep,,)~. 1:~4 First Ave. Ph(,,e Elliot| 2004 I ............ _.JA ' ','~-, Get us on the wire the next time you're stuck on the road, and we'll come in a rush with ex- pert help. Our car will iook -:ood to you--and yc" .:ado will "look go0,~ " "%" tL~. CASE & HEPLER, INC. Phcme Main 411 Phone! Ford Garage, issaqu~h, Wn. cakes that will make grandmother envious. The secret, of course, is Royal Baking Powder. Royal Hot Griddle Cakes cups flotlv ~4 teaspoon salt teaspoons Royal Bal~tng Powder 1~ e~ps milk 2 tablespoons shortening Mix and sift dry. ingredi- ents; add milk and melted shortening; beat wc~L Bake on slightly greased hot grid- dle. Griddle Cakes with Eggs 1~ cups flour ~ teaspoon salt teaspoons Royal Baaing Powder 2 eggs 1~ cups milk i tablespoon sho~ening Mix and sift dry ingredi- ents; add beaten eggs, milk and melted shortening; mix well. Bake immediately on hot griddle. 4 olu el. Pure I table~i~con melted shorten. ing Sift flour, baking powder and salt together; add milk to yolks of eggs; mix thor- oughly and add to dry in- gredients; add melted short- ening and mix in beaten whites of eggs. Bake in we!! greased hot waffle iron un- til brown. Serve hot with maple syrup. It should take about 1~ minutes to bake each waffle. FREE ~qew Royal Cook Boo~ containing these and ~eores of other delightful recipes. Write for itta-day. ~OYA'L BAK'I"NO POWD~R O9. 115 Fulton Strait New York Cit~ PRESIDENT CARRAkZA 7 LARGEST BOY'S CLUB IN THE WORLD The Boy Scouts organization is the larges~ boy's club in the world. President Carr~nza of Mexico, Who was slain recently while at- tempting to leave Mexico with great riches. If your boy is of suitable ageI you should let him join. All boys: are at~xious to get into this club. Encourage them in. A. J,Peters Sc~,ut Master, A. C. Evans as Assistant Master willhave the Boy Organization during the mor~ths. The hall just west the s h el building will be Mr. Evans will manage the ball team and Summer Camp, This is YOUR town, help it up a,d thereby help nnouncement For First Class Tailoring go to STRNAD$ Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing Promptly Done hi the old "Eagles Roost" building Albin A. ,~lrnad to give unsurpassed mileage--and they give it. Next tlme--BUY I:ISK Issaquah Motor Company Issaquah, Wash.