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! A PAi&apos;l':lt I)E%()TED TO Till': TltOKOl;(ili ('O% EIIA(IE %%'Et:ItLY I i'PBIilA}ING O1" BOI'UldLL A i'API:lt I"OR ALl+ TIlE IIOIE t &N'D LN" TlUS DISTItlCr L ........................................... VOLUME XXV. B( )'I'tlI,'I,L,  ASIIING ION, sA 1 URI)AY..l I X !.: "4. 19:;::. N I'M BI.:I 33. Fordor Sedan: g,-.l rubber - ........................... - ................... fi,-alh O. K. : good $,S p,'i,-e 00theil Over Top LIONS RAISE $50 "Hawk Is Assigned ig0theil Lions Plan " ........... R ULFS AND SCHEDULE FOR TWILIGHT ...............; ,.,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,*''" In Red00_Cr0ss Drive 0S BENEFIT HOP To Spokane Pulpit:, T0 Make Golfing BASEBALL SUMMER00,,00. 'Y' ACTIVITIES ' ' : ' "say night was a tb.- made at the Mt-th,)d:t -,mr,::,'::,,: : ts:  I-ills! ]|1 !" ff t}  Juamt t A Juanlta I - ------ VV,,.,.J.t.:';l.e vs Keeney 1,b: --Fiel.lJ Amid i,,ad ,'.,:-,- ..... : :he v,'ovkez.s vi,ivd .,u,.ce/: :mi the .q,ms,.,., lh,th+.it week, lU l'l:,'<.s,. V. I:l:,_.k w.h, P.a-. I 1-,,: : :.-;.::..-:.z.,:,-:,.-:. 'a.'r, the l-I "" ]';1, I.,-',_";,. !.".e!,! No 1, '..jrtchton at t[;+. Io[! ('all cttntoetl. L. Lions Club tilllied ()','el' a ('he(.k for ojotllil(.d h*.Iv lot the |)tt.t two Vi-&t: i -Monr(-'e J"-..a::. ',:y "-x:t; ",: 14,o'he] .N,,. 1. ];othvi]. June 20. I A. %'ill!ares. a.ij'.,ant to Seattle Post $50 to the fund which will be used for . . I.'othe!l. Aug sa,-ks l".rd Fertilizer ' taking the as pa:t(, of the M E. Church ha_s[ l-:on ,- .r, '.,-:,u. ".v.:. j,,.::,-v ,., ;he C;z,!!.th.s vs 101 At 1()1 June 20 ..... P at No 1, .Adlle[ ica 1; Leg:oiL alld oFgaIlizel" young alan to California been a.ssigned to Fowler charch ;nlnetg ..... :,rig ,:.'y ,Vcdnes,.ay. daiy 12 .SHve: Lake v.. M,'altezs Feed -Field Regular Baseball Rules $%'|ll Be Used In) , " I 0f county and cty residential districts, for treatment. The hall was donated  ",J Sp(,kan(, The news wa. a su,pre tolTh"Y hope to w.:; :,.,k t.:, g:,,r.,! .............. , , publicly pta:sed the Bothell workers by Kenmore Community Club and the l;othell people who had collie .O be[lOSt at Iat Thur,d'.v- ,-yen" :*t ,Va;'r,e No "2 BotheIL June 20. With The Following Exceptions: who had exceeded last year's Red music was furnished by former or- G,,ff cba:,.- L*-:e " El, Leag:ze :' Juan!t:! At Juanita, 1 The pitcher must use an under- __ ros giving and had z*rached their chester ft'iend of Stewart. The Iadies I .M(mr(- 18. E)thrll 12 Jur,c 21 hand delivery. H(. hall take a posi (d .<fo']g " f. !H(I tt.]lile own hard-earned goal this year Aid of the M. E. Church fmnished ,'/.fg::2;':,:::.:'" -:%: "-;c , ,, ":. "I'h..:4a:.', -:f,,:: v.'/ a deei2ed . .  tion in the pitcher's box holding the " ff...4.':" ........ :::::!. 1,,1 Wo,,dmvAle--At ,VoodmvHle,: bali in sigh: of the batter before llf.q th m .t t/,c .hl price.  .,..t y,, to ,, th, ,.hee, fo' th ,(,f,..,,..,. :'!:g< <:Z I .... "* ..... .-- :.'.,: :,,:r,.=:: .: ...... - ": " " ....  :7 t'; I:v.:.. tR. :::;:t..-.-: -o:e "I'L- ,>tv ".v:t., dane "d'-' starting to pitch and shall take one Major Ross Vorlev and his corps of I wish to thank I)('t.onallv all Ilt(.lll- * i. ],ri(( 'll)l"",r[t"'tlly- 10 w.)rkers." Villiams said. eading the bet's of the orchestza, the" Kenmo:e 2 .;"'.e': .lxI.Zx2*': i't: A.-.r!t:,,,... Kee:.ey IA',. vs Griffiths--Field N<,. step ,,nly in the act (,f l, itching, one complete list of Red Ctos workersin !> ,,  ::'; ' foot n)u:t (.main in contact with Community Club and t)),. l.,,,);,. ^;a ['2) #/.:-1 ,., .r. w :_!-.::; :):-,:,.- : v:e!i. dun- 22. " ! The -;'-." :: ,-'.--:::- : ::r..:?.ed k,+r. J-r.Aa v- Silver Lake -At .qi['(r the box uIllil the ball has left his :2e otneii a,u adj,iT, iz;g ............. '. for their c(,-op(+ation ill lllttkiIlg this i " ' ) f BothelI was the second to.'n in the b.nefit (]till(.(. a s iccess. -- Gas ,tad Lcadi.,I l.,',t.ds o ::we'" ..... T>.,= t,.:,:,.- ., ;,:,. -... .: 3:.,- ", h,,),, Oils oum" over the top. with I .... quah =r..ter Mrs. L. R. tieplet, f,vst, and Signed, CASEY I;ANNI,q'I'IC!', w.) :;." Va:,:eL:. t4o-:,.S, w?., ;,:<-:-:-d ,Va:'*-:: Feed vs. Ep. Imague--Field '2 The batter .-:hall not be given his Auburn and Renton fa.t climbing to- Pte.q(lent of IAons ('lub. "r.-- ;,.': ::,: , :"':: .:.t . ,r.,: -L,-a.:::. "2 .. 2. t>,:keE. June 22. base on a dead b:tll. A pitched ball MOTOR CO DEMOCRATS HEAR ,,.,, ,:. ........ .:,,<,, ......... -a'a:J their goal Auburn has pb#dged ..... :: :,;..-. :A ;-..-: ; --:t t "?.,- ;,.:. ,V./.-I::'.'Z:,. vs G,ifflth:, Fie!d No. ball or a strike. an :dditional $50 in the fall Carna- " N. 7 ::.: : -: -:.:" f:': :-. ,.:..,-/ : t;,'L,::: June 27. 3- A batte: shall be out on the third zian had responded wth low!ng re- FORD Service ,...; .a ,,.,, ,,.., :..,-.:..-,.,: -,o:,, --'o,,, COUNTY ---ntttlUlllCHAIDllfflNjr -.:. :, >.:-..=.,.. : -:..... ........ .>. ...... : ,,:.,.:,. .b,.. ,-.-: ,0,., I,, a,,..2= ...,:,,, ,,-,,,,.,. it ,, c,,,,, o, .of ;:..e , :_.;.-" "_ .r. S'.'c,:: Lake vs El). League -Field 4 No c;eated sho(..," may b(. worn. rod. ibu.l.{City, E1 Reno, Enid. Poller City  "'I believe :he count:." wil; (',,:np'.ete l|d I) M,mr,,v |'t,lhl I) |,thvll I't., 2:. 2. 1-;vzhe!:. June 2,. .'N'o .:oves may be ;w)tn. oflother points, and was so arrangedtl i' r011 call before Sea:t:e does " I'.ay- P-othelt ])entocra rn(,t at th,, Mctho- " 2":a . . " . i: ....... .- ! XL%:te:.: ]:e-,! v. Ju':nita -At Juan- 5 A. ba:e runne: may not lead off mond E. Knight, Lieutenant Colonel dist c.hmch .oc.ial hall Frld:,y night ::: New. 1,..Mo::i:c:; . ._2% "a d'2.".,: 27. 6-anvA ha.<,-. per. it h el car wa kept On the road 23 lu for count)" districts, told Roll Call and heard John 3I. Coffeo. Pierce "- t:o+- 2 I, ilx:] ..... 1 runner on thll d base lllay score cariUt of every 24, coming into  workers- "Our county towns have an county chairman, outline the activities I :'" ",':!L:=:a, . 2 . c;:,--z ::.. 1 Ep. League vs V o o d i n v i 1 l e--At! only on a batted ball .or an over- Iville as at the end of each thoal amazing courage and perserverance." of the party. Coffee, former secretary I I,, :'<eht._'z :_1, I-=:2:o:t . _ .2: XVoodmv21e. June 29. throw at third base. ' The Seattle-King County Red Cross of Senator C. (2. Dill and long a party' ] 15 Ha:awa:.- .? I . ScLor.e: ..... 0 Juan:.ta v Keeney Lbr.--Field No. 7--Any attempt to bunt will be called miles, for lubrication and oil chal roll call is drawing to a close this Iman lauded the efforts of the new} 20 Byron 3 18 C. ,Va;te:s _..0 1. Bothell, June 29. an out. 'deal Democrats who joined the ranks t ULYSSES F. HA'rK i 21 Je!li.,n .0 18 Cha.se ............ 3 Si!ver Lake vs Griffiths--Field No. &--Players will not be allowed to week. with a final spurt in every pre'i I [22 Taylor .... 2 21 Keeney 1 2, Bothell, June 29. transfer from one team to another einct to meet the quota. Workers,  last fall. I greatly attached to Dr. and Mrs. Hawk 2"2 - Valters 3  Kempinsky ... 0 VCalters vs 101--At 101, June 29. without the consent of his manager. weary but determined, are still in the ,I Ralph Herbsman who was listed as I during their stay here. , 9---Fifteen men and the manager are CO@ field. For Roll Call fund make it a speaker for the evening was notl For to ear ...... ITtM 18Total ........... 12 allowed n the team roster. ---sible to car" on the Red Cross ' present but Joe Whetstone K ng :, .. ' .y s r. llawK  taxen [ Mt of the otheH team had p:aved Voodinville vs Juanita--At Juanita, l{N--New players name must be turned r* .$ : ' an acnve Interest in civic ann social! . , " July 6. mrttia 14"or i  r,,.ti@,m" hriofl  county chairman was used a a nin,-hi ...... IVel)" little gA. this .-:eason bu" feel ...................... ' ...... " " [hi .......  " "lazzars. He nas built up a hot of] tha m ..... Keener Lbr vs Ep. League---Field in to Harold Keeney three days be- _,.., ,._ =,^a ,--.^== ),.,,.. _ a.;- tter Ior nim. whetstone ur,-ed the) .... I t a ucn petter snowing w:l: De " " ,mt l,e ,,=u -,m . u,., , u,,, s  ' rr enns amonlz whom wer many) N- 1 l::r.*hmll l,tl a fOre the game No player inlay be I thi t,hntr thia vr" voters to suDDort the oartv nlatform I ........... I made at Monroe next month. . ........ r ............ [ .... -- . .- .."  ! never oezore mennnea with cnurcn Griffiths vs Walters Feed--Fie 1 d added after July 27. To dte 2474.400 pounds of flour m the coming repea elecnon. 'work ;  :  .,on , 1., a ll--Each team is responsible for an ' 'B0thell n- ................. " President Ed Anderson of the Bo have been distributed in the countY lthell club called on re r s n " This without doubt made consider- 1'{  101 vs Silver Lake---At Silver Lake, umpire. ltad  in Seattle, or & total of i p e e tatives able difference in attendance and 1.ll llk.|llli -.1.,o-  12----All games shall start at 7:{}{}. _tal$ . )from other precincts including Red 054 pounds of flour to the this, ' " svuport of his church. On the board   .....  .... : lifteen minutes grace is allowed. mond Rose Hill Woodmvllle Ken v ro nt b I f p hapts Ileedy ale se eral of the mine usmess 1]|[ tam , _ ._ .. , . , - . - p - - Walter vs Woodinville---At Woodin- 13---A11 games shad go nine in|nl. ) more aria L/.oliywo0 ,TIll yards of cotton goods have; men of the town, a eondit,:on that ia - - viIIe. July 11. unless otherwise agreed by th-two dlh4buted It8@04 rment Committeeman  of Redmond , , ga I .... . . . :ideal "a'hd" t''11'a to hls business Bothell was well represented last I Silver Lake vs Keeney Lbr.eld managers. ' 'announcea that pmn are oemg made bit and comforts In the abdit tn connection wth hm stl !  " " y " " " po " "on. Friday and Saturday when boys from : 1, Bothell, July 11. 14--The home team is to provide & school terms of nine months, !for a joint East-side Democratic pic- A coincidence of note in the new the King County division of the Y.M. Griffiths vs Ep. League--Field No. ball and bat for each game. needy school children have re- nie for next month and invited the 1o- assignment is the fact that Dr- Hawk C. A- got together for a sample of'l, Bothell, July 10. 15--Each manager is responsible fo% ) medical, dental and mtrgie&l eal clubs to join in the festivities, ws responsible for the purchase 25 camp life at the Friendly Indian Camp" 101 vs Juanita--At Juanita, July 11, a score-keeper who is to turn in 00lli-e"ng the Jun|or Red Cross SPAH WA -- lIll years ago of the property" on which on Lake tfahlngton. Mrs. Vaughrt llt_e_i actirate account of the h|t$ and it is hoped a special day Fowler church stands. At that time Boley. Mr H. N. MeKerney and Max i Voodnvi]le vs Silver Lake---At SiP runs made by each player to Harol@ oounty children will be set aide the location was a sparsely settled Welton took the boys over and[ve Lake, July 13. Keeney directly after each game. pthe clinic when achooi opens in the VETERANS ][]LN]LNf section of the :North end of pokane, brought them back. There wa Keeney Lbt. vs W'alter Feed--F/eld Each m&nager should buy & regUl tll, lgrs. R. N. Coats, volunteer chair- but now it is thickly populated, ball swimming crew races and other, No. 1, Bothell, July 1. score-book from A. G. paldlag , said. . Rev. Walker of Ketchikan, Alaska outdoor game. All the boys had a fine i Juanita vs Griffiths--Fleld lIo. 2, Bros., of Seattle. These books colfl { 1, dibled veterans and 1,366 On June 18 there was a meeting of wfl! fill the pulpit here as soon as he time and several are going back for iBothel], July 13. twenty-five cents each. mt ry00n'*a -- nty ex-rvice men and their'the old boys of '98 at Rose Hill Corn- can return from his northern home- the regular camp period August 15 - Ep. League vs 101--At 101, Jul 13. FLASH .illes hve received aid. This bur- munity club at Kirkland which has A large congreg.ation is expected to I 22 Our quota for the camp is more tesults of Tuesday's games: llea will be greatly incred July 1. been the fourth meeting since April hoar Dr. Hawk" in h,s. farewell ser- i than ha',f f|,., ' no_ - .... r any b_yn be- ' gECOND IALF Woodinviile 1 Keeney Lumber 2@ 1 pl[l]alb;ns 2,000 veterans in this district 9. An organization has been formed'mon, Sunday morning. He and Mrs. tween 9 and 12 years, of age who' Griffiths 11 101 10 lien) be subjected to decreased or dis- for the purpose of mutual benefit, the Hawk leave Monday for Spokane. wan'. to go shou'.d .hur:y and reg!ster. Keeney Lbr vs %Voodlnville--At Silver Lake 0 Waiters Feed 14 soles. Box of 12 compensation, and will have fostering of all community movements [ A:! 'ho :ez:.s=r .hefor F:iday mght- %Voodinv:lle. July 18 lamp Registrants white, tn_ look to the Red Cross. In disaster and to work in conjune'ion with all i " J::r.- 23. :'.'.Z .*.- g.ve.,= at. a:Dday boat lc)1 v. G, iffiths Field No. 1. Hoth- %VILL OBSERVE lie there is Kelso with the ;,'trio':' and cb::, },o,lb.s f, )h,, good' ,':." n "?.,: F.. :r'." "-,--  f c:qar'e. In- ,:. J'.;:v 1,. CHILDREN'S DAY 3 to 8. Cros on the job today, all. i r * .... , f 'f ':.':: = :,._':: ! :.= :-- ::r:.; ":. b'- 2V':',:- Feed v Sg, ve:' I.ak,. -At : The Jt, anlta C<,rnrnunity Sunday (Limit) _ ..... ':' ..... ": ':: " " " Get Free B0at'lrlp .:' - -.. :. ::'-',::. ".':: '-',--:." '"'"""".' "',. n. fi:-" ', ] .-.::,- ..: "' ' " ' ' ..... "" ' i' " ; !:,;;,.-- . . :". ", ' 7-'[,-;; :" < <  "- 2". .... . '::::::::::::ty .'. ::' " ::-i'" i " ' " ' .... 7: - .... "[ ..... ",'O 11 Pillows ......... '" ,:,0,oo,,e, 4g I Chintzes : CA00IP 0RCILLA Bias Tape [OURT HOUSE NEWS : :: ' .... '" GOESAQUATIC " :::/':" : '}" :' :. ! ;';: . ":" <':'::: ..,v -..:" " ; , " "" / l -" .... : - ?-=:- r. *: : ":; " , " .l v 2" I By BEN T. HAitT h:,/ ?,-,.:. on ',,,,,t ,,: : ,:, i,i*' of >'(",r:-i "t,.: .v..- ::: },, v- :,-. -'. ... : I - " .,- : : 7" ".'.- : ::=-: :. "::e Fast (',,l()rs Chief Deputy County Clerk :,::,] i+ now b,a::,:: L,u:t. {,'i,,  .... ;,ml', :',v T ;..-,!::- [ -. _7 ", !; .... - ".: - ; ...... :-. ;-: .".,-v ';: 5: "! -.- V;, ..... :v ::,. ..\\;+ V.> ..... I - , - ...... ) b (":itlt]o[ t<, r>, "r ", ........ .-= : "" . . . , .... After knocking her (lown three st<,\