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PAGE FOUR THE ISSAQUAH PRESS, ISSAQUAH, KING CO., WASHINGTON TtIURSDAY, DECEMBER ~~ ~l~g~i ~ V~m ]S~'~r,~~ A NOVEL CHRISTMAS CARD CREATION IN WOOD Twelve attractive folders for Christmas Greet- ings, no two alike, each bearing a different Christ- mas sentiment. In the Evergreen State, with Lumber so import- ant to our commercial life, these sliced wood greet- ings are ideal. They have a good writing surface for pen and ink. We have arranged with The lssaquah Press to imprint names of those desired, at very reasonable rates. Just Two Weeks Until Christmas, So Place Your Order Early b), Arthur Brisbane (Continued fyo_m_m first page) ernment suggests urgently, that im- i portant British cities supply their i own air defenses, the swift combat flyers to drive off any invasion. Prohibition, mother of bootlegging and the world's highest crime wave is officially dead. Bootlegging and crime, unfortun ately are not dead, and there is no certainty that crime's annual cost to this country of thirteen thousand million dollars will not go on. All depends on good judgment in liquor taxation, and on police, judi- cial and official integrity and energy. If liquors are taxed too highly, Europe and Canada sending in whis- i key, free of home taxation, will of-! i fer to crime all the bootleg profit it ~r needs. ! And if distribution is hampered, fin the prohibition spirit, speakeasies 'will continue to flourish. It has been wisely said that if you hamper decent drinking in decent places, there will be indecent drinking in in- ~.~ --. " . _ .... decent places. I s.VmalA I a Q]r z program of the late winiam $ .~ ~ajJtLaV La ~.1~t,~ Jennings Bryan. Then the legisla- . ............. ::~ ----- - [tures of other states are being asked . it is no~. ye reayzea ~na~ iiymg ls mexpensl~e wnue saving pre The special session has been under to name delegates to a national con- " . - ~way for a-week. Every expectation vention to be held in Seattle, for the cmus. t!me, ~t costsno more xor gas ~an the part of the more conservative/purpose of reducing through*': a ha-,r ell znan au~omoml~ng.. ,en ~m]~n ~, ..... OI l~ew Iorg, ai~er navln~ maoe a members that the sessmn should be tmmal eonst~tutmnal amendment the . . . .............. ~ ....... Con ress [few more mflhons m Wall Street, curtauea is SlOWly oelng sme~raczea.ipersonnel o~ the na~lonat g . . , , . , ...... . ~wlsely selecl.s gol(1 mines ~or ms PUS- The bdl hoppers are w~de open andI On top of thm the state ]s asked to!. " , ". .' mess tie selects the right kmd of the mass of proposed legislation is/urge Congress to set up a bank, atI * '" :pouring in. /which citizens, unemployed, can bur- The House hopper has also reeciv-/row money to build and furnish new ed several memorials to Congress to]homes, employ doctors and dentists, tell the national lawmakers what to/etc., and obtain funds to purchase 16 do. In fact the proposal is now to have Congress get behind the old (Continued on last page) FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY A delicious TURKEY prepared for the oven at no extra cost. Place your order now. beings descended from apes is no great consequence to the fellow who +20 00 General Hardware Electrical Supplies Plumbing Supplies Sporting Goods S. &. W. Pain|s FOR MOTHER: Hotpoint Super Iron ................. $5.95 Hotpoint Super Automatic ........ $6.95 Hotpoint Toaster ...................... $4.50 Westinghouse Toaster .............. $3.50 Made-Rite Toaster .................... $1.60 Hotpoint Waffle Iron .............. $10.50 Empire Percolators .................... $2.25 Dixie Iron .................................. $1.70 All Guaranteed for One Year l FOR DAD: Fish Baskets ............ 75c - 85c - $I.00 Leather Bd. Fish Basket $2.35 - $2.65 Flashlights from ............ 49c to $1.50 Tackle Boxes ................................ 45c Universal Lunch Kits ................ $1.85 Universal Thermos Bottles ........ $1.00 Tool Chests ................................ $1.25 Complete Line of Guaranteed Hand Tools FOR DAUGHTER: Curling Irons ................................ 7Sc Shrberts and Goblets ........ 6 for $1.00 23-Piece Tea Sets ............... . ...... $2.65 Hotpoint Iron ............................ $3.50 Water Sets .................................... 75c Eversharp Shears, Asst. Sizes ...... 25c FOR SON: Boy Scout Knives ..................... : .... 75c Other Knives, from ........ 25c to $1.50 Remington H't'g Knives, 75c - $2.50 Remingtb M. 33, 22-Cai. Rifle $7.70 Complete Line of Sporting Goods, Priced Rightl MAYTAG ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES, $74.50 CASH Easy, Terms Can Be Arranged i JELLO, All Flavors, pkg ................. 5c CANDY, a Large Assortment Mix POP CORN, large kernels, 2 Ibs 9c and Creams ........ lb. 19c to 2 Ibs. CELERY, Large Fancy Stalks, each 5c TOMATOES, No. 2 Puree, can.. CRANBERRIES, 2 Ibs. for 25c SUGAR, Pure Cane, 9 Ibs. for ......... ORANGES, Sweet, Juicy, 2doz ...... 23c COFFEE, Gold Shield .................. GRAPE FRUIT, 6 for .... 19c ............................ I lb. 27c; 3 Ibs. SWEET POTATOES, 4ibsi!iiiiiiiiii15c MILK, DaH gold Tails, per can. ..... LETTUCE, Firm, Fancy, 2 heads .... 13c SALMON, Seaport Tails, pc:" can... MIXED NUTS No Pea "- .... UAt', wm e Ixmg, Large ........ ........... . nu sL,: Jos .....AMMONIA, per Bottle ..................... m t iass, z los ......... 25c RAISINS, 15-oz. Seedless, each ..... GRAPES, Sweet, 3 Ibs for .............. 19c CARNATION OATS, Large JAP ORANGES, per Box .............. 73c POTATOES, Gems, 75/, No. 1 s, CRACKERS, White or Grah., 2 lbs. 29c 50-lb. Sack .................................... DATES, in Bulk, 2 lbs. for ................ 19c HONEY, Pure, 51lb. Pail ................. Leave Us Your Order for Christmas Turkeys -- Eastern Washington Grain-Fed, Government Inspected Birds. We Have a Complete Line of Practical Xmas Gifts GIFT DISHES, 32-Piece Sets, fancy designs.._$4.69 PYREX PIE PLATES, Compleete .................... ...98c PYREX BAKING DISHES, Complete ................ 98c ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRONS, a real gift at .... $3.95 ELECTRIC IRONS .......................... $2.95 and $3.95 ELECTRIC URN SET, 4-Piece ...................... $12.50 WAGONS, All Steel, Large Size ........... : ............ $4.69 TRICYCLES, for Small Children ........................ $1.95 TOYS, A Large Assortment, Selling from . 5c to 95c Gifts That Are Always Appreciated, and Practical, MEN'S SCARFS, dandy gifts at .... 98c TIES, Hand Made, Fancy ............ $1.00 TIES, Good Quality, Worth More ..50c SHIRTS, Broad Cloth .................. $1.49 SOX, 3 Pairs and 4 Pairs in Box ...... 98c WOMEN'S SILK HOSE HANDKERCHIEFS, Fancy De- mgns, Box ....................... 25c and CHRISTMAS CARDS, Box .... 25c SEALS and RIBBONS, ICICLES, TINSEL and TRIMMINGS...5c is called upon to bear the burden of not to buy, that is the question." In I I psi ~s~A the day. The vital question is whe- the meantime, those who are not in I I I-IUI IIIII ther or not we are now acting like places of authority are graduallYlI I L.I|I~/I|U apes, or manifesting characteristics making up their minds that, in vie~l~ that point toward a reversion to an of recent prosecutions, one thing is l~ ~ PER YARD ancient, ape-like status, certain, and that is that it will beI~ * * * well for them to get rid of whateverl~i~PLAlN .................... Now that Russia is recognized by gold happens to remain jingling in l~~SCALLOPED the United States, and has, to that itheir pockets. I I .......... extent, a seat around the fireside ofl Colonel Lindbergh continues h;s aa ~ .,~ nations, a good many difficult prob- flying trip, and honor after honor is]! | Mr_~ I: I ill lems present themselves, problems bestowed upon him, the latest being[I I ............ which are likely to stretch out be- a position of authority in that por-[I I Directly East of yond the tenure of the present and tion of the League of Nations which1 several succeeding generation. Not is concerned with aviation. [ Phone Issaquah 38~ the least of these is the question as to how safe money invested in Russia really is. Another matter to be con- sidered is that every dollar of credit extended, or privilege accorded to Russia, makes her that much strong- let as a competitor of the United 'States. Friendly~ trade relations may offset both of these considerations. On the other hand, a day may arrive when it will be devoutly wished that the recognition of Russia might be undone. The Russian method of thinking and acting differs essential- i I I ly from ours. The future may hold some mysterious means whereby oil and water may be made to mix. At present there is not much to do, sav- ing to trust to the wisdom of the future in meeting unusual situations, so far as Russo-American contacts are concerned. The treasury department doubts the legality of the purchase of gold I~ the Federal Government. The R. F. C: is inclined to go ahead. The financial Hamlet, in a position of doubt, can only say: "To buy or "It Pays to Look Well" A Tire Carrying Insurance Makers of the Only DOUBLE Wear Off One---Come Down on the III PAUL'S BARBER SHOP Special attention to Ladies' and Children's haireutttne Shaving Material --o-- Sunlit Highway, Isuquah, The SIEBERLING Sold by