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i~~ ~J i) PAGE FOUR llv . i FOOTBALL TOMORROW There is a scheduled football game coming up on the local grounds to- morrow, Friday afternoon, between the Issaquah and Snoqualmie Hign School teams. On paper the visiting team appears stronger than Issaquan so the locals will need your suppor Don't fail them. BRUISED IN FALL Fred Cussac is around at work again after a week's lay-off occasion- ed by a fall of about ten feet off a pergola while picking grapes. He was quite painfully bruised but not seriously injured. Armistice dance Saturday night. The Telephone call you may never make SMOKE, fire ... sudden illness ... accident ... a prowler when you're alone ... these emergencies, we hope, will never come to you. But a telephone, reaching help quickly, does give peace of mind that means a great deal. ' You can give your order to any telephone employee. A telephone in your home is only a few cents a day. THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1 by Arthur Brisbane (Continued from first page) cr than coal. A new cancer tlacory is advanced by Pr(,fessor Fischera, Italian scion- tist, who tells the International (Hand Congress at Madrid "the (lying out of glands because of age" is the chief cause of cancer. He urges "re-I plentisbmcnt of glandular secretions"I as a trea!mcnt. It should be possible to test the soundness of that theory by post mortem examinations. It may interest dwellers in other cities to know that New York is flood- ed with fraudulent gold-mining stocks. Everybody is talking about gold, and so poor geese that usually buy real estate that they haven't seen, and stocks about which they know nothing, are again, offering themselves. __as a scarifice.__ TANSKA BOYS MAKE USUAL GAME HAUL Eino and Leonard Tanska of Pine Lake rturned last week from their an- nual deer hunt east of the mountains. They were accompanied by John Mc- Pherson of Snoqualmie. Eino got a five-pointer, Leonard a four, and John a two-pointer. They hunted in Chelan county and during the eight days they were out they saw but five male deer, though they saw plenty of does. Mrs. W. E. Gibson visited friends in Seattle Tuesday afternoon. Gordon Tjerne of Stanwood spent Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Nina Tjerne. PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY FOR THE blAIN STREET HOME FOLKS To our Cuftomers: Some 16,000 fellow residents of this territory have put about $20,000,000 into the preferred stock of this company. They did it on faith---fazth m the people their savings were to serve with electricity, faith in the American pr,nclple oi property rtghts, faith m our form of government and in its fair administration, faith m proper regula. t|on, faith in the future of our country and faith in the management ot this company. Many of these men and women are past middle age and the dividends on their stock arc necessary in providing them with the essentials of life. Their mvested savings repre. sent years ot frugality and hard work. These people are not Wall Street plutocrats~ they're Main Street home folks. These part-owners of this company have felt the devastating effects of the depres- sion. They arc not receiving any dividends st this time. They are not asking for a sub- sidy to enable them to pull their chestnuts out of the fire. ]'hey do, however, feel that this company should be treated impartially and without prejudice. Certainly by all the rules of fair play theF have a tight to expect jttst such an attitude from those who hold the reins of government. They do not want their life's savings wiped out by govern- mental oppression and unfair competition. They do not want their company taxed to provide the means with which to destroy it. From the standpoint of purchasing power and simple justice, is it not just as important to preserve the savings from previous years of labor by folks who are now unable to work, and dependent for a living on the income from thew savings, as tt ts to provide increased employment and to adequately compensate labor of the present day? AJ a mater of fact, shouldn't we do all these things? It seems to me a strange confusion of ideas to advocate, in one breath, old age pensions, and in the next breath menace the life savings of the thrifty, repeated in useful enterprise. Sincerely, PRESIDENT P. S.--This is no time for Roman holiday sacrifice of invested savings. These should be Golden Rule days. I SPECIALS FORFRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10.11 MORE COUNCIL branch of Issaquah Creek asked toI STATEMENT A MOST M-oD-ER--N i~o(sD ST(iRE ; ___ have atwo-inch water pipe across the Of the ownership, mat ~PRIVATELY OWNED AND INDEPENDENTLY OPERATED-- {~nnt.lnu~d ,,,~ a,~t .... x l creek installed, as voted by the coun-l circulation, etc., required by ............. ,Icil some months ago, as they were of Congress of August 24, 1. TO SERVE YOU WITH QUALITY FOODS, PRICED LOWI I I ; present policy expiring the latter[frequently without water and thatI Of The Issaquah Press, ,,o~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ouamm; part of this month. Tabled to come}conditions will be aggravated by cold jweekly at Issaquah, W ashin! l up at the next meeting. I weather. Councilmen said they[October 1, 1933. I -- -- -- ~ I m mmmmmmmmmmm I EEI= iayr Alexander read a statement thught that had been taken care 0[ Befre me' a ntary publi( ~,, Fresh Frmts and Vegetables of theconditionofthedifferentcity and the mayor asked Councilman for the state and county I~ funds, prepared by Clerk Case, and Harms to act with the water commit- personally appeared M. A. PER ~""~ announced that councilmen were li-Itee ]n having the work done. l who, having been duly swor~ able for any overdrafts in excess ofI Then came another hot spot when ing to law, deposes and says~ POUND ..................................... Ill IIower EACH 2 per cent of amounts provided ln,Rem Castagno asked the mayor why publisher-owner of The i CLEAN WHITE HEADS the budget, she called him a thief when they met Press, and that the following' C ~i T S lc(; HEAD The following claims were allowedlOn the street, which she denied. Rem best of his knowledge and t and warrants ordered drawn for the exhibited two or three nvelopes ad-ltrue statement of the o~ JAY TEE BRAND CRISP AND SOLID - amounts: dressed to the Fire Department thatlmanagement of the aforeeai~ Auc, t ~ ~ I, ,, e~a onlhe said she had opened and kept in tion for the date shown in tl .us. P_lm, ~a._r~ ................ v~,,.,,,,, . . I . . LARGE lit'| &l[~ LB. nk Day, salary ............. 10 00 t P ' q Y Fra her possessmn for some time before,ca tmn re tared b the Act BOTTLE ..................................... ~qJ,1 V~ R.I. Case, salary ............... iiiiii~lli621returning to the postoffice. -~nd.ust 24, 1912, embodied in i i RIPE AND FIRM Industrial insurance, Oct ......... 5.19 thus it went from one subject to an-!411, postal laws and Industrial insurance Sep ........... 5.81 J. H. Banfill, labor .................... 1.58 Ross Wright, labor .................... 3.60 !Leo Gleason, labor .................... 3.60 E. Newinger, labor .................... 1.80 '~Jack Hall, labor ........................ 1.80 J. S. Welch, dep. marshal .......... 3.60 Ben Legg, labor .......................... 6.30 AlL Anderson, labor ................ 8.10 F. Watson, labor ........................ 6.30 L. Johnson, labor .................... 3.60 J. S. Welch, labor ...................... 2.70 ( F. Yourglich, labor .................... 6.30 "~ F.R. Herlc, labor ...................... 6.30 D. Hailstone, dep. marshal ........ 3.60 Jas. Anderson, labor ................ 8.10 -I Sunset Garage, gas .................. 1.84 The Issaquah Press, pub. budg. 3.28 ,~ The Issaquah Press, pub. erda...19.86 P. S. P. & L., light, Sep ....... 105.84 P. S. P. & L., light, Oct ......... 105.28 Water Department A. Palm, salary ........................ 50.00 R. I. Case, salary .................... I0.00 F. Day, treasurer .................... 26.00 Fink's Garage, gas .................. 1.00 J. Kastle, labor ........................ 1.80 E. Cedarholm, labor ................ 1.45 Grange, supplies ........................ 4.b0 Hepler Motor, work, supplies....13.92 G. Y. Baker stated he had made withdrawal of his application for beer license and asked for the return of his cash payment. No action was taken. Residents living north of the east other, with several taking part in the, debate. Among other things the ma- yor charged that the debt against the Playfield was much larger than the Fire Department claimed and that it would never be paid. She paid her respects to Councilman Harris by saying he had offered to have her recall quashed if she would discharge Marshal Legg. To this and other That the name and publisher-owner is: M. A. Boyden, Issa( ington. That the known mortgagees and other ers owning or one or more of the total amount mortgages and other Mergenthaler Linotype statements, Harris' jocular reply was Brooklyn, N. Y. that she was "a cheerful liar." Sworn to and subscribed The affair was enjoyed by the usu- me this 6th day of al crowd of spectators. E. Ancient Constitution The flrst~ written constitution In the history of the United States was an Instrument known as the Fundamental Orders, uniting the town. of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfleld In Cermet. tleut into a republic. Watcrmolon's Ori|in The watermelon Is a separate and distinct species of the cucumber faro. ily, which has been grown in this country for a great many years, but which is supposed to have originated In a wild state In Africa. See tomorrow's football game. DR. D. R. PHYSICIAN and Office In Bank Phones: Office 142 DR. WILLIAM DENTIST office Hours, 9 to 5, Sundays and evenings Appointment Phone 602 Issa We Do All Kin& of Haulla| Business Every Business -'- I~ctw~n --- NTS AND TRADE-MARKfJ C. AeSNOW & CO. Successful Practice since 1875. Over 25,000 patents obtained for inventors in even ectton of country. Write for book- let telling how to obtain 8 pa~enh with list of clim~m in your State, '/10 el& Wad aato D. (1 Seattle and Coalfield, Issaquah, High Point, Preston, Elllott and Cedar Grove, and all way places Issaquah Transportation C0,, AUTO FREIGHT AND TRANSFER Seattle D~pot--Rallroad Ave,, Dearborn St. and Railroad Leave Semttle !:00 P. M. Only Leave Issaquah 6,00 A. M. Telephone Main 894 Washed fiend and CARNATION BRAND LARGE PACKAGE ................................. I t I PER DOZ. MEDIUM SIZE -- SUNKIST Cranberries PER LB. FANCY EASTERNS THE PERFECT LARGE4 GRANULATED SOAP PKGS 24c EACH FOR Its TWO PKGS., AND Ic FOR THE 3rd ONEI H t it LB. RED BOWL BRAND SACK MILLED AND GUARANTEED BY CENTENNIAL MILLS PER PKG. MILLER'S CRISPY KIND--LIMIT 4 Pkg.. at this Special Priccl Swansdown -" Jello 3 ,.o, ASSORTED FLAVORS DEMONSTRATION ALL DAY SATURDAY l i i ii i PINTS ........ QUARTS ........ BEST FOODS,,GOLD MIM~AL TALL CANS--FEDERAL A WASHINGTON PRODUCT Carl II I I I t t AN EXCELLENT TOILET SOAP BARS White Kin Toilet