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ARTHUR BRISBANE ~- Mighty Russia Ancient Custom or Dictator Elbow and Thumb 'hatever our haugty American ion of Bolshevik government, is no doubt that Russia is the ~g country on earth to- The most uncertain in possibil- and one that other nations must '.h closely. VOLUME 18, NUMBER 6 ] ANIANS TOLD OF TELEPHONE COMPANY C. O. Myers of Seattle Gives Sketch of the Company, Its Present Day Activities and Aims. The talk at Kiwanis noon luncheon Admiral Flake warns Europe lat the White Swan yesterday was Russia is aiming at war and rep- . ,,o .......... I g~ven by C. O. Myers of Seattle, of Its ~,. ~ual mreat to over-I lm Europe." Ithe Pacific T:lephone and Telegraph his, says Admiral Fiske, is "not]cmpany" H= was accompanied by weak threat of a weak and put Ithe district manager of the company, nation but the threat of :1G" W. Benedict of Kent. nation, which governs larger Mr. Myers gave a sketch of the Lbers of contiguous square miles company, its history and present day any other nation in the world." Russia, Admiral Flake reminds "not only strong, but lanai- " Much power in fanaticism, as learned from revolutionary ~lce. activities. He expressed the desire of his company to cooperate with pa- trons, realizing that many troubles may be averted by better mutual un- derstanding, to further which they ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASH., Modernizing Another Front Street Building J. W. Finney is having the Issa. quah Market remodeled in prepara- tion for reopening. The cement block and glass front is being remov- ed for the installation of swinging doors across tbe entire front, provid- ing for an open front market when desired. A marquee will also be added, join- ing the one on the Johns Grocery. Some new equipment will also be add- ed, with new de0orating, bringing the market up to date in both appear- ance and convenience. PAST MATRONS' CLUB .. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1933 TAXPAYER DELEGATES FAIL TO MOVE BOARD School Term Shortened for This[ Year, Eight Months Contracts i Proffered for Next Term. Mrs. J. H. Schomber ~Jll entertain the members of the Past Matrons' Club of Century Chapter at a one o'clock luncheon on Wednesday, Oct- ober 18. The afternoon will be Wa~M~ SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR Daughter Of Taylor School Principal Weds Charming in its dignified simpli- city was the home wedding, Sunday afternoon, October 1, of Miss Naom! Lee Stiles, daughter of Professor and Mrs. W. R. Stiles, of Taylor, to Mr. Elwin L. Hanicke, son of Mrs. Admiral Flake speaks of were planning an open house day inspent sewing. as Mirabeau did of RobeD- Seattle during the present month as re. "He will succ~ ~-- he he a celebration of the 50th anniversar~ ..,.,~.~w~v~,t-~T all he says. Russia believe-of the first installation of the firs~ WA~ll|l~i~l'4 he says, whatever we may believe:! telephone exchange in this state. It . . CURRENT . . ~hy the United Stat r " ." wgm formed at Seattle with 90 tele- Cf~MI~I~NIT gnize the governmeens eIuses ~.o phones. The next exchange was put ........ ~ t of Russm . PUzzle to many Americans We m at Tacoma, followed by ualla Wal- In some quarters, there seems to be not like their Bolshevik ~,,vern.~ la, and the first long distance connec- a decline in the reaction to the NRA t but the~, do n^* ':,-- ~ . teen was between Colfax and Almoto, ~ ....... n this connection, n . - ~ ,,~e our capl- . ........ p..s ...... I ~ , ate L.~ government, as they call it In 1~4. lnree years rater it had !that emphasis is laid on the woru t is no reason for nott selhng ":crossed. the mountains and connected ,program,,, and not on the move- goods and giving work to Am-up wath Tacoma, Puyallup and Se- ment itself. The NRA entered the ns. The Lord certainly did no~!attle" The company now serves or- field as a broadly new thing, and pro- us on earth to regulate- nahon~ : er 210,000 phones in this state, with ~.~.~.~;~,~s efforts have been made to ,ss the ocean, or tell them how tel half of them on the Seattle erchangu, popularize it, to explain it, and to melt government. !In a world comparison, 65 per cent educate the public up to it. Those At ~ At i of all world phones were in the Unit- effnrt~ app ar to have been success. ~d:~d:::e Sacassa of Niearagua ;d00S0ta::i~ab~t':nht:3"SPurh:::s f:sea2h fui/butthe; are no longer attractfve. after torture of political] p h It will be recalled that it was suppo~- ~ners to make them confess se&-IPe,r. cent of all phones. Mr. Myers ed at first that the Civil War would . to~a ox ~ne taxes paid by his company, be over in 90 days, or something like ~me in this country tha* ~.~lwmen m all Iorms, amount to 60]that, but four bloody years precede~ lde cents a me th on each hone m us~, r at the thou-~ ..... [ P " Ineace Napoleon v2as thought to be less prisoners increase of just h.a!f in the. latS'a man who held the destiny of France I if they could I.~- ~_. ..... ~_" ]ten years. Toe raci~ic le~epnonelin his hand, for early determination, statmns and prison cell~ [and Tel .graph company, one of ten[but destiny turned out to be a far- O~.~ ..... -" |suoslularles Of the Bell uompany,[~o,o,~ ~o~t,~ yemen ~are an . ..................... Every me t . , old mstltutlon among has "urmdiction over California, Ore- ~ ...... an beings stin ....... , J .... 'na~ ~v p~ss through a permd which es. ~- ' - prevans m manylgon, wasnmg~on and parts of Idaho.!~r;~; .... uo the tumult and the 'se everL~Serencex~^.ma?er~~ The annual election of the club I shouting. ~'T'he NRA isnow moving ,es, whe- . " ....--'mvn"at~iwill be held on the 25th, or one weea[thromrh, or nerha s has passed that ~esses, ev:~n th:r~laaen.t 7r~,u~e !from next Wednesday. stagey "It has be~Pn put over so far gh a~u.~ .... ~ Attendance at yesterday's meeting as popularization is concerned. Now a::~viP::t:h~eed that Juztlce^,+~,~ .cu was below the average of the club's comes the long and more trying time a Rome ate~l::::.rain e~- ... w--or,-- regular turnouts, of trial, experiment, alteration ano S could n^* t ~_ P ~ adaption Having set our hand to ~ ~e zor~ured These Uded soldiers, chiPr " . ! RED CROSS CLOTHING the plow, it is not likely that we shall rteen and ....... u en under: Needy families, not on the welfare turn back, but insofar as both Feder- women,um : they were ace,.o~ -- * illst, demrmg to secure clothmg from al Admm~stration and the pubhc are , ~o~. ux ~reason or the ss f ee akin ,ery. When the Fr ..... Red Cro , should make apphca- concerned, the day o spe h-mg . encn revolu- . abohshed torture, that was carat*, tton to Mr. Thomas at the school(Contmued on page 3) a radical, dangerous, unwise ~d tether reprehensible attack on ;lee. China forbade torture of thai. under fifteen and adults past IMPORTANT MEETINGS COMING TO ISSAQUAH Pomona Grange Comes to lssaquah One Month from Yesterday, with Three Sessions, Two Meals. A fairly large crowd gathered for Fred Hanicke, of Libby, Montana. Some interesting meetings are the meeting of the school board last The ceremony was performed by promised for Issaquah Grange in the Thursday evening in the high school an old friend of the family, Rev. T. near future, one of the most promls- auditorium. The board met at 7:30 H. Simpson, of Seattle, at 3:30. ink being King County Pomona, in the superintendent's office and Mrs. Hanicke is popular at Taylorlwhich comes to the local hall the lltl~ joined the crowd at about 8:30, and and at Maple Valley, where she grad-lot next month. These sessions con- Mr. Johnson, chairman of the board, uated from TaHoma high school, sam sist of meetings in both the forennon turned the meeting over to the at.- is also well-known among 4-tt ciuu and afternoon and again in the eve- dience, circles of King county, nin~~. Two meals are to be served by C. W. Peters explained to the au, Mrs. Hanicke wore for traveling a the entertaining Grange. dience that the board had decided to beige ensemble of heavy crepe and a Additional interest is being inject- offer contracts to the teachers at jacket of white caracul with black ed into the traveling gavel nights, am- salaries ranging from ~350 to $2700 accessories. After a short wedding so ti~is season, with the contests be- for a term of eight months of school. :trip through Western Washington, ink judged from the programs offer- Discussions pro and con waged: the happy couple will return to the ed at the traveling gavel nights. back and forth for over an hour with- groom's home at Libby, Montana. These gavel meetings start on the out anyone changing the mad el _p__ _ 17th of this month when Happy Val- anyone else, and the motion finally ~ (~T NEWS . . ley takes the gavel to May Creek. passed to make the offer outhneu Ma Cr e CULLED FROM y e k takes it to Sallal Grange by Mr. Peters to the teachers. A HER ........ "~'~lat North Bend on November 3, Sallal motion of Mr. Peters prevailed that ,IK~. Rill) ll'tJ2,~J~lin turn taking it to Novelty Vincent a clause be added to the contracts ~TATE G~'~" ....... Ion the 12th of November. December that if found necessary the wages H{~BART ~ho:s:n~t~fk. rll2 Novelty Vincent takes it to Sam- may be reduced. . . -~. .... . , o . ~.ea lmamish' Sammamish to Midway on nunters are lnvaolng tne local ~]el(I During the general discussion Mr ............. I January 17, Midway to Issaquah on Thomas, on request, gave a quite ex-m,herequestfive ~:r~ey . aC':~g. Itpr~e~s behovedIseen Janaary 22, I~aqua to Shnoqualm~e tensive review of the work being ..... ton February 5, Snoqualmie to Cherry done in Issaquah, in comparison withines~x~n:e: z~i:hegrr:=" took up gait[Valley on February 17, with Cherry other schools of the count- and the .. , ": ...... ~Valley taking it to Happy Valle on ...... " ~nis week alter valmy ~rylng ~or ~. ...... .~ Y g~l;b:i rCUr~.amng o~ achv~hes that]three years to hook the fish reported[~uaron ~" cm.pleting.,zne program of equlreu owing to the failure ........ line north sectmn el tne county of the ~assa-e of .... t seen in ueuar n]ver ~y Lew~s anu~ ~, g ~ne extra ~;en mill[Clark " ~ Frank Klein reported on the Mas- levy, necessitating the shortening ell State ame control has now in ]ters' council meeting held at Cedar the term. g , - I ake " ..... I creased the number of chinks in/ ~ ,, , , where most of the t~me was ~uemoers of the committee fromlthis territor- 100 -er cent" there ~s|given to consideration of a eoopera- the Taxpayers' Association were pre-~nnw ~vn~t!~Y..~ P ' ~/tive milk market for Seattle. sent and expressed the thought thas[ ........ " ~'*~" * * [ For once, Issaquah Grange turned the school should be run the full time~ EIGHT MoNTHs OF SCHOOL Idown a resolution they were request- on the money now arab!able. But asI HIGH POINT--Aecording to thcled to indorse. It was in the nature announced above, thew suggestmns]decision of the school board direetorslof a protest against the state master were not heeded. ~the High Point grade school is to/assvming membership in any other ,~run for a term of eight months this]order while he was master of the _. __~ I~T ~" __ year. When the ten mill tax levy State Grange. lmpor an l~lO[lCe failed, it ~as thought ihe childrent Frank Klein reported the veneer Iwould have to be taken to Preston, lie to'ace on the banquet tables and deB:~i::n~gt:hx:: :olu~dgeb:m:~l:tct:fib:~ th:a:cgh:o~n~.lha::ntib::: =~de;Itheketda:he~ sG:::l~e:: n~::edhe c M l:: if the taxpayers were fully informed its shortened term : ..... .P " : e .~ween and Mrs. weeks were names as to certain relief measures pass d, a e ............ ' HOUSE AR- IN- omm~ee ~o ma~e tne selection in the recent session of the legisla-[ W M G [ The customary ten cent lunch was ture, through the kindness of The[WEST ARM--Mr. and Mrs. Wil-~ " served at the close of the meetmg Press I wish to call to your atten-[liam Maunus and Miss Irja Maunusl " . teen: ]wish to thank the Finnish people of[ =-~ Your payment, if made, will notlthe community for the delightful DDITI IMIMIDV DIII~PITT i i ]L~ only benefit you, but will place yourIparty and housewarming givenfor i[|l IAfflll]/~lil DUUUI~I county and city in better financial[them Sunday at their new home inI 102~ Dfl~h RuIInlNc (Continued on Page 2) ]the valley. They appreciate great~y[ 1,/o'r lt~//Tw l#Ulm,l#lll~ [all the courtesies shown them. I t * * * Again Sammamish East Side Paving ] PLENTIFUL BUT LIGHT .............. ~.~__~.~ ~ . . _ . ~e~s ~.TrrlClUi Kecogniuon in ~.olln- # ~1,J/~k/~'l'---- Frank oonnson, wno ty Road Buddmg Plan has been hauling evergreen black- " Iberries to a Seattle cannery, finishes The preliminary county budget for At @ At Murray Butelr, head of C~ College, says we are going to "NRA or a dictator." We have both. Mussolini cam- dictatorship and NRA in him- dictating hours, wages, labor, business, absolutely. itler is another and Stalin is a Some -think a dictatorship in the United States, with so different stretching Seattle to Key West. If it can in Russia, twice as big as the States, with a bigger popula- you may ask why can it not be here? The answer is that Am. not Slavs, have never been by Romanoff families, a Peter Great, or an Ivan the Terrible, it would be hard for them sud- to bend in submission. .. , Blake, teacher of dramatics ~olumbia University, tells poker watch your adversaries look at his elbows. If he holds close, he is trying to control and that means 'bluffing.' .. who knows more about than Doctor Blake could poe- know, M. L. of Chica~o, who many things, saFa: 'When you play poker, watch the man's thumbs. It eo~t mu to learn how to kesp my from jerking nervously whsn Hindoo courts, when barefoot testify, lawyers watch the big toes. When they involuntarily, the witness is lye The face is always calm. Is a third piece of advice than the two given, namely, ft gamble. Angeles lives a young flyer, ] Bowman, 12 year old, who[ several solo flights to her eredlt. ! mother Is also a flyer. ett~t flying at I~ will be a, a matter of courH la ~em to (Continued on lsm, PNff) EREND GERALD 8HAUGHNESMY. new bishop of ?the diocese o f ~elttle,. who will guide the lIKE MIKU ~pirtual destinies of ball team ~e the man for Weehhtaten to Mop Western WeshJng- tkl~ week. Orel~OU and Washlm~t~a see the delt4~ ~atholles. ~es$ rivsI~, pmrtleeloel~ In timtball. s8 beached t~ Pu~ret P0ound unde~ m own pewee. ml~ edneat~onw, Iw one et ~veral used t~ mt edno~tJemd PUbiJeatJon,ef J&e Northern Life t ln~letHN@ ~.o.. ~ aeattie, which lose received Iqm~m~lel~ R~t~eets fr~m Patents Io- s~m~m m ~ e~hte~(Jen of thekr ohlldeen have Q mmmmmo ee the season this week Berries are still fairly plentiful, but do not weigh I much. FROM BREMERTON UPPER SQUAK~ Mr. and Mrs. Sockwell and little daughter Patricla of Bremerton are visiting home folks this week. PI I~A;PA*PHI SEATTLE--Warren ltobbs, Issa- quah student at the University of Washington, was pledged to Pi Kappa Phi fraternity following the annual fraternity "Rush Week" at the open- ing of the fall quarter. LADIES'*SOCIAL HIGH POINT---Several of the lo- cal ladies held a sociable in honor of Mrs. Nels Hjort at her home Wednes- day afternoon. Football News By ART BANFILL HIGH SCHOOL INDIANS DEFEATED TOWN TEAM By means of a pass to Kritsonis on the last play of the game, the Issa- quah high school football team de- feated a much dilapidated town team here last Thursday evening in a prac- tice~ scrimmage. The whistle blew immediately after Kritsonis crossed the Firemen's goal line, making the score 13-7 in the prepsters' favor. The Firemen were handicapped by the loss of Pedlgan, Reini, Yourlich 1934 shows a total of 27 road proj- ects to be handled in the south dis- trict, with an appropriation of $175,- 000, and 14 road projects and two brid~:es in the north district, with an appropriation of $167,000 for roads and ~8000 for bridges. According to County Engineer Thomas D. Hunt, the money will be derived from the secondary highway fund, which is one of only tw4b road funds available tel~ county road con- struction. This is the money ralseo by the gasoline tax, which is appor- tioned to each county according to the ,mount of gasoline used. In the north district the sum of $30,000 has been budgeted for the paving of gaps on the Woodinville- Duvall road; $26,000 for paving tne 145th street from 15th avenue N. P.. to Victory Highway; $22,725 for the paving of the Issaquah-Compton road and the sum of $15,000 for the grad- ing of Columbia Way (20th avenue N. E.); $14,775 for surfacing the Fall City-Snohomish line; $20,00b for Laving Road No. 277 from Lin- coln avenue W. to Lake Washington Boulevard; $4000 for a bridge a~ Way'as, and $40.q0 for a bridge at Duvall; and $10,000 for paving be. ginni.~g at the E. 1100 feet of Sand Point Way, westerly to East 110th and 35th avenue N. E. Lesser jobs include grading and graveling, and paving of gaps on se~- en roads. GARDEN CLUB MEETING The next meeting of the garden Club will be held next Friday, the 20th. ~ A feature of the meeting will be av illustrated lecture by Mr. Whit- ney. If you have any questions to ask regarding rose culture, attend this meeting and Mr. Whitney will enlighten you. and Hater, backfield men, and Dave ROAD CLOSED and Jim Watkins, linemen, from their[ The County Engineer's offtce re- lineup, : [ports t~o neighborhood roads close,! i The first touchdown was scored by~for traffic. They are the West skte the town team when Bill Castagno!of Like Sammawish and the Renton- returned a high school punt over the iMapl~ Valley re" d at Cedar Mount- (Continued on page four) i ain. Signs mark detours. \ ,!%