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7 T -B, ARTHUR BR,SBANE ] Diamond, 20-'~--0 Carats. ||-- VOLUME 18, NUMBER 5 .... ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASIL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5~ 1933. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR I , ., ,. ch,.. ,.soy... l:)chool t usses Per a L ay, DaCKI: ANOTH "BI t CE :l ouncn rasses an k)rolnance rlxlng I H--,ouoee PTh " " * Saturday night dances bein " 9 A ve urous younggontle en will On Run A am Ye erdav Momln . given by tho I .qoah e Marshal s Salary Thirty Dollars eaa with some excitement:In up-[ ~:~ ~ ~ -- ~'J]* nArfmonf in the hi~ new (:~,,~ *[ .... /~ w er wa ~ ............... - -'""" ~ -- 'rasii, When 10-Mill Levy Election CA/VATIflldADMVTDIN : feP'C= ~ ~h:P~eesftl:r't::d~: :]lqqkNllktl DAIiIIll D ]Accepted Budget as Publish- ction of diamonds, including oneI Failed, School Board Re-[ottbvttllvnnmul talk * trict' a seven- iece orchestra el: '/|t3~/lt~UJ~J[I amm,.a 1 ed; Lewed Tax Rate of !elgn!ng 2000 carats,, next to theI moved Busses of District;I |1~ ~|~| P]~.]~A~I* so one of the best in the district' * t |]~ A 18 Mills; Street Paving lggest ever d~scovered Ill IU lV gilUO I It~III~IU , ill /'It U~YliLI~ia~ Ilia _ " "' [ All Seven Runnin A ain. I [ one of the best crowds in the l l Damaged by Trucks Diamonds. are somethingdiamond, if of]like hu- o ~ -- I ~ ~* district., and you have the setup * . " me quality, would be worth ove~]a~,ainv ]Major Howetn ~a.ga on rrnson worse], parties you have enjoyed in a ] School Team Faced Light Opposi- council Monday evening all were 10,000,000, whereas if of inferior] "Reminds one of the story of En-] Being Handled by the Army, and * long time. And at the same -] tion with Toit on Friday. " ]present except Mayor Alexander, uality, good only to make diamond]gineer Finnegan running a train on a] Two S|nger~ Furnish Music. ] * time you are helping pay for the / I Counciiman Harris being selected to rills, it might be worth only $1000. ~dinky railroad years ago He was/ -- ]* community-owned gymnasium. *] The Issaquah town team played the]act. The brain of Edison, creating work]off the rails so regularly'that he ad-I Local Kiwanians were entertained * No wonder they have good danc- * ~second game of the scimdule last] Among other business considered, or. millions of men, is worth many/ovted the stereotyped telegraph re-/yesterday at noon luncheon by three I* es. But don't take our word for , /Sunday battling the Rainier Beach/~the United Mine Workers asker pet- nnons, while millions of other brains~nort "Off again, on a~ain, gone/members of the Salvation Army ell * it, find out for yourself. "/team in a hard fou ht contest whichlmission to use the Town Hall for r ..... g Ant worth ten cents a dozen. ~again. Finnegan." ]Seattle. 1" * * * * * * * * * */ended in a scoreless tie. The gamelmeetings. It was granted them on ~n..oSY thm diamond emphasizes the/ That may indicate a light frameI The program was in charge ell= ]was played on the Rainier playfield]cndition they pay $2.00 per meeting p trance el the r] ht educatmn and a tam Helen Samsbury and s eclatl m Seattle for hghts and fuel . g /of mind in which to approach so ser-IC p " p | .................. I |" . t ' rmn mg. Left in the rough, the die-lieus a subject but the minds of all]music was furnished by she and/| NRA QUESTION ltUA [{The game was closely contestedI The department of. public works ::sn:b:O::d:n!y be.a curms~ty. It]concerned are just that light after thelL]eutenant Ednth Landon.m vocal du-[] .... ~ .... lock ~ throughout and the fans who witness, announced a hearmg m Olympia on n~ perished, then comeS]turn of affairs at a snecial meetin~[ets, the latter accompanying with thell ~ompsnea ~y ~nnrn n. ma ' lied the .t .... ~ ............~ ~..~ Ithe rates and service furnished the ~S value. ]of the school board Tuesday evening]guitar- The talk was given by Maj- | Regional Manager for NRA in [Iball I~','~,~h~ "~'~a~'";~,'~'~.'~]town by the Puget Sound Power & ~o ruth human raw lateral. It| When voters failed to authorize]or Francm Howell. The major has] [ Washmgton, Montana, Wyommg. []threat in the first -uarter when :]a~ght company. The reports of the ~eds the cutting of education and~the special levy for transportation]recently returned from California,] - ' ripeNs to Rein] ,qacedthem within the]mmshal' watermaster and treasurer n~vI~:~sh~nv~i::t:xper]ence- .- ]last week and again failed to sign ] where.he has been workmgm prmons,] ....... q??,tmn, i of NRA]Rainier 20-yar~ line. They then ran]were received, the latter indicating ..... ~,p mamonus ano nU-]sufficient card requests to have the]and hm ta|K was mostly along these] 1. wnat ~s zne mean ng /the ball for a first ,t,urn h,,~ ;n #,,r.Ithe following balances on hand: ~-u oem gs applies to other sub-[schooI busses maintained at the ex-tlines. He reported San Quenton,[and NIRA? ]were held for downs-'on ~:'5 :ard|Current expense .................. $ 335.06 maces. A ton of iron in the rough]nense of a curtailment of the lengthlCalifornia state prison, as the lar~-] 2. What does NRA include? ]line .... -# ]Wa~er Works ........................ 1273.38 anght be worth ten or fifteen dollars, r SC est mst~tutmn of ~ts kmd m the 3 How ~s ]t d~wded' Water Wo~ks Bond 5 he ............. ]of the heel term, the board discon-]" . ...... [ " ........ ... ] Rainier in Late Threat ] " . ........... :. 43.7~ ~,~,,,~ ~on oz ~ron scien~zicauyl+.,,ed all busses ;- *~- a;o+..;,,+ --lworld, with b300 inmates, lle relat-' a. ~oes ~ne r~KA nave any~nmg ..... lCitv Hall " 22 50 teated and ~ ...................... ~ Relier star~ecz its scoring threat "" ................................ _ . made ate a ton of fine]Tuesday morning, Three bussested some very interesting incidents:to do with the emergency public! ........................ "_ ]L. I. D. No. 1 ........................ 315.79 retch springs, would b ever- " " " works re ~ In unc ~asu qur, tuer w~e~t tnelr quar~- 1 ......... e worth s l from Upper Preston, High Point and lm connection w~th that branch of thel . p~. gram. I..~...~..,;...,,~,., Isa-uah's '-" ....... ]L. I. D. No. 2 ........................ 80.10 anon no,mrs k u at m the P~es]dent s agree L I D ]eld outs] wet No 5 961 63 " Coalf" , "de the district, cent]n-I . I ".~ " -iadvanced dee into the Firemen's ............................. I - ~ ~ ~ lued, and the trouble began. ] The major feels that too many peo-!men~. I ..... P ..... ]Reserve Water bond .............. 1000.00 nussm an 6 Wh ~ ~1~ vexore ne was orougn~ aown ny become graa-n~'.-esda" morn]-- *~^ ~.^a ........ I-le look upon the Army as featuring at is the certificate of corn- " ] ~aily more ~- ~ .g u,,e ~,~u ...... ~- lianc ~ from behind by Banfill and M CaN za ...... unfriendly, unpleasantlshort 102 pupils and the high school]only what is seen on the streets,[P . e~,... ] ....................... ~ .... :! Total $4532.21 r~s x~ymg. Russia has expelledlor Everyone re~l;-~a ~hi~ ,,nfair- Iblowing horns and singing. But he] ~. wnat cues the Blue Eagle em- ]~"~" ~e ~u ........... ~,~u] Regarding the marshal's salary, a ,erman newsa er c rres ondents .............. blem mean~ and ~urneu Deck Kainiers attack ve I "" ...... PP o p 'lness to children of the outlying dis-Inamed a number of very important! ~ ~... " . . . I .............. -Imtin prevailed to pay it according ,,,~ ~x~in what , ~ wno is entitled i~ore ~ney were ale ~o ~core. x.~ . . .... .g .. they write. Berllnltricts, but the wreckin did not end lm~ssmns they are fflhng. Among to display thm .... I to the rate f~xed by ordmance. Mar- ,rupee, s to the Russ] enl; g emblem~ [ F~remen s hneup was strengthene~ |ef " there.The affair so disarranged , Y " ..... gg d if his claim for an governm them the housed 1800 unemployed shal Le. announce ore Russm acted, Germany had]the general school program that Tues-lin Seattle all last winter. And in| 9. Can the Blue Eagle emblem be thm.week by theaddxtmnof Art Leaf!e90 was not paid he would start suit restea Ru taken awe ~ a~ guara aria unarlze ~ager, nell .... asian correspondents CoY-]day,s work was nractically los~ [San Francisco where he was located, l Y" . .. _ [ ............ "[the following day. mg the Reichstag arson trial, with ..-- ....... " ~" :'- ""0 He told of the Red Shield 10. When cues me President-slOncK, ~o ~ne squaa, r~o~n are zormerI f~o,,~,,qh,~,, ~ ...... ...... ~..a **.. ach .... I ~eevlngs ann conzerences came ~nicg I ouu . I - 9 iiasa..u_, ......... ~ ............... ~...0.,..~.v..... ,~,~ . .,ymp_a~ay xor the accused Corn-land fast and finally terminated Tues-[Boys' Club in Seattle, just organized,]agrcement end. . ....... ]=~^quan n~.n^scnoo~ playersi.,[znoSe]paving on North Front street being unman Russm also has ave dis s who h 11 How long m ~ne ~A ~o con w.,, ~w a,, ~, ,, ~unuay s tn~ were ,,o. ~. ..... gr " day evening in a special meeting of to care for transient boy avel "1 b..~.. ~r ",- ...... broken by heavily loaded logging --,, wAba oapan, and Germany w~th" r tlnue" .t -- --~o, ,,. ,~asmgno, t-ealgan, Kel- u*o^u ........ . . [the school board with quite a numberlleft home. Also of a home fo prob-] . [ni. Your~lich n.~ o..a . ........ ]trucks and suggested repairs befoze ~t~ ..... ~: wno m snowmg grea~ ~m-]of patrons present After a shortllem girls, transients who reach Seat-[ An,wer~ ]Peterson~. ~o~:7''_':" "~'~::'..~':""]cold weather. Referred to the com- mence. |session behind closed doors, the board tle without funds and no place to go,] 1. NRA refers, to. the National ....... Re- I tackles, 'D. "~Watkins"V' anaand~. Knoern,-Wa~KmS;l mittee on streets. . . a, ~ ..~ ~ at . tmoved into the auditorium. ]that they are now working on andlcovery Administratmn, wnue ~AIchild" o,,aras ~ t~..~ ..... a t ..... I The followmg clams were then al- -~- ,~rove u~ty, Pc., dwelt a white[ Mr Johnson exnlained the object]hope to open Sunday. He closedlmeans the National Industrial Recov-|__~ ~^~:'" "~,' "~':~" .... s ............ ~lowed: ~, name U " " r ~IIU IJ~llbq~JU, D~LIIJ. III apect ~nknwon, entitled to your]of the meeting and Mr. Peters moved!with the remark that the Salvationlery Act. [ At Hem: Sunda [ General Fund s rat, still ahve,, was ~ y .... ~" ...... [to resume the bus service, the schoollArmy is on the job reliev'ng hungez,I 2 It is an act in three parts de-I ........ IA. L. Wold Co., supplies ........ $16.14 ,~ m~o a ratttesna~e's cage in ~nel.._...^ be -"-'*-i~'~ *" ,.z.^ .....~.. ^.l.-i.er.. and sin [ " . ...... ~ ~ne team plays Ioungs~own nex~]Geo S Clark l~b~,- ~ ~ ^~---- .. ~." ~ ~-'~".=" ~ ~,, =~-~ ~,,-o ~ Isi~na~eu ~o encourage national ln-|.~ . . . . , .. ,.. _ | ,~. , . ~ .................... ~.~,, .,,,ogy aepartment of Grove uityl.u^ --ven"es -va:~-~'~e .-a - ...a... I /.- ........ /~unaay on tne lOCal playilela in what!Bert Ho--e lnho~ ~ let )n ~,,= ~ ~, ,~ t~,~u, , ~,u ,~ x=uu~- (lustrlal recovery, zo xoszer lalr corn- . # , ............................ o.~. ege,to feed the rattlesnakes prommes to be another hard fought/ Immedi ............ ' .It]on oftheteachingstaff if nece~-]Rec&l| Case Will Be /petition, and to provide for construc-I ........ ~J. W. Gregory, labor ................ 1.35 ,,~my me ra~ atmcgea ana econded b r Gre or .... encounter, the complete scneoum sary.S Y M g Y" tan of certam useful pubhc works. . . IR. I. Case, salary ........................ I0.0o ye@a-gro.p of seven small rat-j "~----,,-i',, wa* ~4ven an-one tot Heal~ on November 2/ .... /has not been fmmhed as yet, but ap-hcv.~l~ n .... I.... ,non ,snakes, Then as the big rattle-ltalkon t'h;" m'otio; and a number of/ / 3, title 1 treats oz inaus~rial re-|proximately eight more ,ames remainlAu'~ust~'Pa'~_'-sa{a'r_" ................... :':'~.: ekes advanced, the rat, biting and] ...... : ........... ;.,..+.~;~ .......... ] The Issaquah mayoralty recall case/COVery which is being administered[to be played by the Firemen. to. ~. ..... m: .... ~y._: .............. ,~.~v ue.u__ .~ _ __ ~quc~,~,,o ,,~.~ 0..~,o~,. ...... ~ ....... -] ......... ~.. ~,,~h ~ Johnson Title I1 hub I iou.~c~~gc, ~ctvscc .............. $.uu ~all~t ilew at them and the pois-I ........ -~,- ./came up ior nearing ~rloay oi last o~ ....~ .. ---r - .., .. LOUs-----~ ..... ~- lea. ~n estimate oz zne mngm ox/ ....... , _. I~i~ works and construction ~ro;ects ~ -- I water uepartment -,m~es retreatea The ra~ wasl-. " " " " " " " a -/weeK' ann ~lrs. ALexanuer s attorneys." ~ ~ # ,I SC1~ool Won from Tolt ~-- - -.. , ........ zne scnom term ptaceu ]z a~ seven na . ~ ~ worn ~o, suppnes ~, o oa moved to save the snakes It will] ....... r The as s~-~ Uobtained an injunction through the]is under the d~rectmn of a federalI The Tolt High school football team]wm "Morris labor ........ ,f~a 'obably die of snake bite, but what[ne-,n~at,x :::kn:o. 17 be stem~"ed ~"a:;[assertin that Clerk R. I. Case hadlemergeney administratmn of pubhC]bowed in defeat to the Issaquah InO-[Be~ Ho--e 'labor .................... :1"60 glosious death cu ~,,~ u u P~ P i e works headed by Secretary of the In- Y , " ....................... ~ ., " [.~,,.b,~, h. oh,,~ + .... a "ha* +~'eInt proceeded legally n the matt r] ...... tans m the game between the two]doe 1R~I;~ l~h,r 9t ~n edexande ....... ~ .............. , ......... Continuea on xagez} I ...... ' ................................. r, Jumping down insidel~.~o,~in~, and credits would not be re ]of the last petitions filed and her no-] ( ,outfits here last Friday. The finallAu~,,st En~ber~ la~,~ 9a a~ e wall of a besieged city ahead ofl~.'_'~_~ ~ The mot]o- -r-vailed and ar"ltificatin" I ]score showed Issaquah on the long]S ~" T~mo~so-~"l,h~,: ............... ~'a~ s. men and fzghting for life, alone, I ...... ents were comnieted to notif..[ Saturday, Mr. Case filed his answer l Open Date~ In Whsch , end of a 19-0 score. The Indians]R ..... .... ,n ,~ cl no more than that white rat. l al;'t~h;"homes on the routes Tuesda~[t the effect that he had carried out[ Bird Huntin Allowed I found little trouble in defeating the [Franb'~)a" ":a'~r~ ...................... ~':~ A relief at ~t . ]night so the pupils would be readylall required action. He also denied[ -- ]visitors but Coach ,Morgan was diS-[August Palm, salary .................... 50.00 ._ commission gives you xig-]for the busses Wednesday mornin~.lher concention that the recall electionI As the hunting season approacheslp~easeu with the sappy manner inI The budget for the coming year ~n concerning the Yellow Riwerl Mr Thomas states this morning|would cost $600, bnt that the cost]so many inquiries come in for date~}which they handled the weaker team.|vcas then read and ..... ~ ....~i~ d. Fifty thousand Chmese wet.,thet the schools will cease between would not be over $100. m which shootmg as permitted, we[ First Touchdown ned and the following tax rates dec]d- Wried. A million are starving. | the 6th and the 20th of April. 1 The case was then given its regular lgive the following on birds; the deer[ The first touchdown of the gam~,~ed uuon" dihon_s were made worse by br~g-] So the seven big orange busseslterm on the calendar and will now]season is now on and extends to the]and of the season, was .~cored in thelGe , ,,.a ~.~ ,,m~ ~Q~ and .soldiers breaking dikes In]tulled out on their way in all direc-lcome up for trial on Thursday, No-[15th: jfirst quarter on a pass over the goaliRevol'v']ng-f'und"~:~'~:[~'~~.'.".--'-I mill ~,- z~.htmg. A plague of heat, ltions yesterday morning at aroundlvember 2. If Mr. Case is sustainedI Chinese Pheasant.~--October 22,11ine, from Nelson, fullback, to Ben-IPark fund ................................ 1 mill aria locusts has added to the evill 7:30, and at 8:30 rolled back in with~ by the court, the date of the election125, 28, 29, 30, Nov. 5, in all countlesl son, end. Stonebridge booted theI Bond redemption .................... x mills ~l Pa_reny eagerl.y try to give awaY!happy faces peering out from a]llwill be set on November 6. lexcept Island, which is closed, limitlball over the bar to convert the extraI Ordinance No. 549, fixing the ma~L :~n, nopmg that someone will sides, and there is peace again on thel 13-in a day, 1 Chinese Pheasant hen is!point. For the remainder of the shal's salary was then read thre~ "% ]hill. " i Buy--and save, in Issaquah. ',included. half the visitors held the Indians, andltimes and passed as an emergency ~, 1"-~- _ r~ me western world take~I - Hungarian (gray) Partridge--- the score at the end of the first canto|measure, Councilman Auguston de- ~" ,~u~ anu comfy.China m too far]t-~ f~ I r=~* 9 & _ * ]October 22, 25, 28, 29, 30, Nov. 5,]was 7-0. In the second half the Is-]clining to vote on the measure. It " at I et ouncil" lremen s/Association In in Asotin, Columbia, Garfield, Klick-!.. saquah team strengthened a little and is published in this issue. ........ I liter, Yak]me, Benton, K~tt~tas, Ad-[scored two touchdowns, both by Cas-IPermission was given the Fire De-at " g " " -am OUght to mterest young men " " " " a kan~ ' el.n G ........... - I Q,,~,L,I I-I-..-- I ares, Frankhn, Whltm n, Spo ,]tagno, on runnlng plays. The .at-~par~ment to put a slgn across the t" . ~,~,~r~, a nne, rag, goou-I a.~Uq~,~:;D~| ~IL l l~-K~tlll]t~ I~:.L~., L=J~tOt h~.,lllIlg| Lincoln, Grant, Douglas" and Walla (Continued on page 3) highway advertising dances. mg girt, seventeen years old, won l ~'~^ "ITalia Limit 5 a de" I .... e bi~ A.,.,...; ........ , ~/ .... ~" [ .... Lp a't"l omon al crm. n. cnamp.~.n'l Interestin and InstructiveIprevahnt m the country, adymlng] Valley Quail---October 22, 25, 28,1e'~ !']t T T | A ~ rll . , iLtornla, mllk'IngI ~ " " " ! all h king corn, chu ing Talks Given by MembersI,an f re agencies to be on !he strictest ~9,e3:n Ni ittitSi:na:;Y:k :yn g: ;] rayers wp m rms ver r eport ~. ~ne ought to marry thel of Seattle Fire Denart. ,ooKou ann encourage ~ne cluzensI , " ~e-r~! t'~ / s ~ ~Tr~.~s r-~ ~-~ :umtPi~hn young American thinker ofI ment; Free i)ancing v Ire do the same Chief McCa y of --o llts "ruffled--ouso that chool I era Will lie :3hortened . ~r~y, woever he may be andl " IAuburn reported firebugs aogfve inl .~auve rn ~ , gr^ ] .. en become the charon]on m,*ha, I , .... ~ ...... h.;. +.~;~ ..... ~.^ " l~Pend d'Oreille county onty., uc~o-I ~ ~ ~ - ...... As x steppeu Into this magm~lcent ...... ~ .... II " Unfortunately, that champion] ............ ] "~.:' ^, ~o.* ...... ;co.+ of]bet 22,25. Bag limit 2 a day. ~ A [Warning To Motonst Committee Met Chairman of ung thinker ffi4u ..^~..~.~ .... IOUnumg mm evening, x jus~ couioI ---~ ................. v ......... Iother counties closed. I -~ -- ~ . ~ . T~nord fh;~ ~r,~-~;*~r~. W;~: .--- ~,-,,,,-*,,$ ,,m,,#l . , ~the association .,resided with L B I ...... ~, I | In ~mr~_wv ~.a~s;nm#~nt: ~.-v,~,~ ~,--o ,,~v~u~$ ~ vv ~-~ me wisp of a ~drl that could ,,,Inot reahze that ~t belongs to the Is-] .... :" ~'. . -..'1 Blue Grouse--Octooer zz, ~o, ~o,I ........ ., ---~---r ....... Maaf 1:~o~,~ rl%,~;~l~+ ,,,;el~ il - "~" , ~awnaugn ox l~en~ as secretary, u~n- " r ~ .,~.~ .~v~,.~, ~u,,,~.~ w~,, k a ~inea-ni~, muc~, ~ .... ~.~_[s/aquah Volunteer F~re Department." J .......... ]29, 80, Nov. 5, in Clallam, Cla k,[ .................. W ~---" - r .,, ..... .'~1 ....... [er Olilcers of the aasoeia~ion are Wll-] n^.. I;*. ~- .... Warbor Jefferson-|~ow tnac senom is again in sesslon,] tuners rresen~ ~o ~UDDOrL , uu~ can paint the human Iace] rnm remarg was maue oy uaP~.lh,,~ ~..~;o.. a,,~,,,,.,, .,,,1 Vo.non/~u''*' "'""" :*' '1 ............ ---- ettily. And so it goee ]Sanslo of the Seattle Fire Depart-I~:'.'~,~.~"~.~=. "~"~'"-"--:~-*'-="d] King, Kitsap, Lewm, Mason, Pacific,I n~gnway ra~roLman rtenry aSKS ine ....... .- " ~ ............... I o~--~,-,,, -*~,,~, .,co p..,-o,,~,,, -- ~ ~ .... ~ko~* Skamania Snohomish # Press to make a -'lea t^ ---^~^-i-*- ~'^- anere was a real mee~mg oi real q* ~ at / men~ in his ~alg at the meeting OI l;ne ] .. ~..m. ~" " .... s- I ~-~cxc, ~.--~.~, , ' I ~. v muuu. ~ ~u.. . ....... , ~ w znompson, zmumemw, ~ren ~axpayers a~ ~range liau last even- H G h rston Wahkiakum, Whatcom, Wells, who has manned out[ Puget Sound Firemen s Association ' " IT U , ] cooperation in the interest of safety ~ . ) , , "" I urer. ' , rag. They were the.e for a deflate rid s hmto here last evenm Chelan, Stevens, Ferry, Pend Oreflle IT for150 ears ahead, l g His subject was f r h " , i ht] Y pu~oose, an effort to hel conduc~ Y o t e school children The should e sn t think much of today's history, Fire Prevention week, to be observ- Towns represented here2ast n g land Okanogan. Limit 3 a day. not e ............... [ ...... [ ......... P ...... " u c-" --" , ,, ......... - were Auourn Ko~nel! ~numctaw,~ xceeu ~ueen mt~es per nour m ~ne ag~,lvnAes OI one commum~y elil- a,m ~l~tter movement a rebel- ea over ~ne enure umted States next ' ' I assin ' " " m of the el ........ /week Octobr 8 ~^ ~ Kent,Kirkland, Puyallup and Rent-iPiNE LAKE GIRL HIT I P g through school zones an~ cmntiy and w~th savage wherever umsy touc against c~v]~- , -, x.. she l . r . it]on, against th ......... ~ .......... on. Member towns not represtned: BY COASTING BICYCLE] u d obey the school boy patrols, pos.~ble, They were practically of ,, ougn~, sammy anu~ ~ap~. ~analo iS en|;nuslastlc In ~--~-~^- ~--~*:-~"*---na Sum one mind in erfect harmony', but oks. ! -'-"i ..... '-- --"" ....... were~u~y, rac,.,c ~ ~ ~ " __ Mr. Henry also asks us to announce , P Well. a.....-, ........ ]~t~,~.~g c~rsy wl~n ~ne enllaren in ner I , ~:**~^ .,a_~ o;~*ht n~ nln~ v~o~]that under recent instructions from hardly in harmony with conditions ~o uvc.n ~ znlng mucn oz conai-leaueauon xor tire prevention. 1Re " _ .... I ~ .~,c g,r,, ~.,..= :. ....... . ~--'/. . --. ......... now existin~ ms In Italy or Russia either where[ also stressed the ...... -,.. ^~ .^~__The treasurer reported $74.4b on! of age, daughter o~ Mr. ann ~ars. neauquar~ers, ne as now cnecKmg up ~.' . :taters ' ........ ~ ~ ~'"~ s a re riated on car e m lent--- especmlly the The f~rst item constdered was the hold the ~ and newer ]after every business h ....as ~..nhand and $30.13 wa pp p George Barker of Pme Lake, was set- q "P " even worries a little about En~-I as residence to 'dean u,- t~,o bo~- to cover bills incurred m mamtaming iously injured Saturday by bemg hit glarmg headl~hts and lack of proper much-needed work of clearmg Iesa- d, saying: ]yards to eliminate fire tra,~s that ol a booth at the Puyallup Fair. corn- by a boy coasting down the hill on head or tad hght eqmpment. No quah Creek channel. The committee "Luncheon parties for literary men ten lurk there. He also ~reased the mittee was appo|nted to investigate a bicycle. It is reported the acci~- further leniency in this direction will on this project has not been able to place to lynching parties be- cleaning of flues and the great care the proposition of giving a dance at eat was unavoidable. She was knock- be gran~ea, contact ~ommmmoner Stevenson and my time is out." He epoke at a necessary in handling coal oil and the Spanish Castle on the Tacoma- ed unconscious and was rushed to decided to take up the matter with luncheon party. No one would lynch Wells, he is toe ~t at a~ I.~dhm of the "Exposition of Wo- Art and Industrtu," abandon- polities for $ minute to discu~ the male,U and deeided recommend "the legitimate use of (Couttuued on page four) guoline around fires. To secure better support, he urged the depart- ments to stress the fact to their eel- munttien that they reoeive absolute- lY no pay and very few towns would fail to come to their aid if put up to thbm in the proper way. Capt. W. M. Mackintosh, also of the Seattle depa~ment, talked on In. eendtarLam, which is beeominl~ very Seattle highway, to raise more funds. The next meeting wilt be held In Enumelaw on the evening of Novemo ber 1. Many of the visiting delelratione ~re accompanied by ladles and all enjoyed a couple houre of free danc- ing after the meeting. The Hi Way Care served a special luncheon l~r the oeoaldon, Harborview hospital, where she m reported as improving nicely. FINNISH NATIONAL The Finnish National Club meets wiht Mrs, Oscar Koski in the Thomp- son house on west Main strest on Friday, October 18. Old and new members welcome. All officers are urged to attend. DRY, HOT SUMMER IS EXPERIENCED IN EAST The following was written by John P, Becket in Illinois under data of September 2'/: "My family are all well, Have had him by letter Then came the principal issue, t.~e schools. Satisfaction was expreued at the running of the bussea but set- ious objection was taken to the new~ being given out at school that the terr~ would '~e curtailed to seven a dry and hot summer. Had a blg and a half me: he. After consider- rain yesterday, first rain to amount able discussto it was decided ~o to anythin~ since tha 26th of June." (Continued on page ~)