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KING PIP VII WILL REIGN
AT NATIONAL APPLE SHOW
The Pacific Northwest's seventh great annual National Apple Show will
be held tbi> year in the very heart of the business district of Spokane during
the week of November 16.
Two blocks from Howard and Riverside, the recognized center of the
city, will b« spread the canvas "big top" and board side-walls which for six
days will be the royal palace of King Pip VII, monarch of the apple world.
This merry old potentate, who for six consecutive years has met with
his subjects In six days of high carnival and festivity, has summoned his
court and counselors for another big session. Brother Jonathan. Macintosh
Red. Brother Wagener, Stayman Winesap and the Spitzenburgs will gatk«t
from far and near to pay homage to the jolly kins of the apples.
Over 100.000 subjects of his kingdom, embnu-.ni: the great northwest.
will visit the court at this session and many and varied will be the womiors
and the elaborate programs presented to His Majesty for their inspection
flH| THE*. OrT* "
M ' * Unfi W' Tflfc
GORDON C. CORBALEY JAMES S. RAVAGE
Manager National Apple Show President National Apple Show
The apple show of 1914 wilt be a tasting show. Every visitor who passes
the turnstiles will, on each day. recede an apple favor la the shape of one
of the finest orchard product* from one of the six great apple districts of
Wa^eners. Spiuenburgs, Macintosh Reds and other varieties will be
placed in the visitors' hand* for their approval, and the hitherto hungry
sightseer will comfortably munch an apple while he leisurely examines the
best orchard products of an empire on exhibition in competition for thou
sands of dollars in sold offered as premiums.
rrc-m early morning till late at night the big apple show enclosure,
covering more than &0.000 square feel, will hum with activity. During the
forenoon* and afternoons there will be daily conventions for men and women.
where every phase of the apple industry will be discussed, from planting
tie appl* trees to baiting the apple pies.
In addition to the army of rosy cheeked apples smiling from hundreds
of boxes there, will be plenty of other amusements, including Chiaffurellfs
great Italian band, which will play every afternoon and evening; a male
chorus of «0 voices, a special orchestra and a series of society dance com
petitions between young people of Spokane for silver cups. Here will he
shown the latest steps, including the tango, one it hesitation walti and
others which have captivated the nation.
King Pip's seventh return will furnish a ray carnival we«k for Spokane,
and everybody and his cousin for hundreds of miles around wia attend Jie
show. Special rate* have been granted by all railroads.
Spokane is making special preparations to eaiertaia tie visitor*. The
city will be gaily decorated in honor C. tie great industry which has jnwn
to such gigantic proportions in a few brief years. More apples., more by
product* and a greater congress of growers are proatsed for ike stew this
year than were required in the oottbis«>d first two shews of the serin.
MAKERS OF PIES
Three Big Content Planned by Na
tional Apple Show.
Fortunate maids and matrons who
are able to make delicious apple pie*
are being eagerly soaght by th« trus
tees of the seventh National Apple
Show which will be held in Spokane
the week of November 16.
A considerable sum of money is of
fered as priie* for the best apple pie*
exhibited at the show. This year
there are three apple pie contest*
open to housewives, high school stu
deau asd a special for women outside
My Mamma (?% i
Wants a sack of HASHING- /^tTT? idSiHlliK
TON'S B*st Flour. She said to f^^L /iHIIJ |^._
r; sire and send her the Harry«« ' q ' >'' ij yB»
r.z(r.ca B«: because si? boaght <■> "| 'jJ]_ ' JUjiy
>-•■-.■? .-■ to try aad it was no ■ L*-* "tS i^K^m
food. She says she'd never — ,-„ — r ~=====^'' L ' ■'. ' ==*
change agiiis as &he is x'.xays yTi ' I |/^^A.
Eof her bread when she uses _,^ .^ l'//''"• ''X
Harrington's Best Fk>ar. •** i/t*w' I l^JV.*.^
Haven't yes experienced the IfZzll : L_T-i|jg
saste thing? Belter try a sack > Ajv^c TT "
of Hanington"s Best Flocr today. « l^n-.- '■It
"Save yoor "DINNER SET' Coupons"
Leavenworth Mercantile Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR LEAVEN
"Good Enough" Isn't Good Enough
lor oar Soon. There's none of the "don't exit" spirit in them, no
"pretty new" notions. The only wheat that's good enough is the
best that grows. It's milled by Millers as cir?JuJ and is jealous of
their rep-utics as aar rrr(e«*ic£i.l =1:. It's biadied from criin to
finished product by scientific methods, indoding the most modern of
■MM Qtchisety. Ssch Soar caanot help bat please yea. because it
is sure to tire the best main in biking. Why sot order a sack to
day and note the results in year next batch cl bread or btscait? It's
fine for pastry, too*
Peach Blossom Flour
Wenatchee Milling Co. Wenatchee, Wash.
of Spokane county.
la each of tba thrm classes there
wil! be three tola with first rriie ©f
}.* for tie winner, f1.50 for **coa4,
$1.6« for third and S. for focni hon
an. The Sols isclsde lie best a.ppiie
pie made (roai fresh app!ea: the beat
pie made from canned apples ami the
best pie made from dried applet.
la "each entry tie recipe most ae
corr.pariv and be a part of lie exhibit.
and Use priie r.ninp recipe* will be
published in tie Apple AnnoaJ which
the show wBI issue for distntootiom
Ihrousfeoat the Coiied Stases amd
Canada. Every baker of a priit pie
will be givea credit for her prowess
la this putUdUo*!
Cbc Icavcnwortb Ccbo*
D*adly S«b«t«ncet Who** Action I* a
Puzil* to Sci*no*.
The more you dilute certain poi
sons with water tlio more deadly
they become. This romarknblo fact
hns been demonstrated by Dr. F.
Boas, the well known French sci
The poisons used in tho tost*
were principally of the bacterial va
ries but there seems to bo M rea
son to believe that the proposition
is not equally true of other poisons.
Some of the bacterial poisons ex
perimented with became doubly
virile when diluted with 100 times
their volume of distilled water.
When less water was used tho poi
sons proved less harmful, and when
they were diluted to an even great
er extent their poisonous action in
creased. The conclusion was com
pelled that the greater the dilution
the more dangerous the poisons be
came, and the only explanation of
fered »as that the resistance of tha
blood stream as diminished by tho
This is not the only paradox
connected with the action of poi
sons that ha* come under investiga
tion at the hands of scientists re
cently. The tenon of the cobra,
the most dangerous of all Indian
serpent*, has always proved mora
or Icas of .1 mystery in view of the
fact that if the poison glands are.
cut out of a newly killed snake of
this species their contents may be
swallowed ■.::. impunity by a
healthy human being, the poison
being digested in a perfectly natu
ral way, while if the person swal
lowing the venom happens to hare
any sore place in his mouth at the
time his death is almost instan
Just why cobra venom can be
readily digested, but brings almost
instant death when the virus get*
directly into the blood stream, if
one of the problems now being in
vestigated by scientists.
Another poison whose action is
little understood by the medical
profession, although "it is one of the
most useful of all —namely, strych
nine, is being similarly investigat
ed. It is used as a stimulant quite
generally, up to one thirty-second
generally, up to one thirty-second
of a grain being administered with
. painty. , But if the dose be in
creased ever so Little the dangers
!of tetanus are very great. When
I tetanus does foOow, however, para
'! doxies] as it may teem, the rare ap
' plied is the administration of more
la Iceland, where various inter
esting and fantastic superstitions
abcund, there is an asciest custom
that erery bride oust invite all her
friends to ' inner in her home,
tui erfrr article of food must be
i| prepared* by "tie bride bersell If
; tie rocwe&s in pleasing her critical
; guests tl»e achieves not only praise
' for ier .-- t-Ttffl, :■: -:\ ' helps
! along her <*n jouger listers, »ho
! are ihtxt kSFumeA to be equally veil
i instructed in the intricacies of the
i culinary it: and ooßßequeatlj have
! their efaxoc-es of marriage more
j :t>nm do>ob3*d.
Kissing '-*"■* Tt*-
The easiom of kissing tbs feet of
IMB whom it was desired to hon
or originated with the ancients.
The people cf oriental nations used
; to iiss the hands and feet or hems
of the clothes •-• -- v persons tiey
' j sis-bed to thaw respect for. The
: .}:.■ :-■ ■■:■■.■.■.--.:■:■."
'•from the Asrrrians, and later the
I Greeks adopted line habit from the
i Egrptijinft- The Romans followed
■**■--!- / •
At a dinner ooe ertulßf a (UsconVvn
?ma i 3.:":: the pef Itir ciiitnaw In
; U-rt'.czi coomtriea. One gmOemmn x/M.
|of the Chiaeae customs, which are
i 2*B rljr all i i* exact reverse of oar own.
I -Tiw-y n»e white for monmiaf. black
I for rejokiiac aad moon at a Wrti
| «rh!3e tbey rejoice at death." be ro
i marked. -Tie needle of their eom
j pa» polott to the sooth, aad ttey
draw tbe saw toward them to cot.
Tb«ae customs may easily be account
•d for. t<at there remaias oo* whVeh
II cannot explaia. Why do they UU
I their soap at the end of the meal ia
stedd of at the begiaaiaty
Another dub vector**. -To fill up
. it* Cfaiafcs. probabiy "-PbUadelphia
WhM C*>»Ura InvMted Now York.
There was cholera la New fork m
1530 and again la 1&32. Tbe disease
niched the C.'.r in Jane of the latter
year a«) raced until ths last of Octo
ber, canstnc 3JHS deaths. In 1640 th«
cbo)«ra appeared axain. he<tantnt at
the "Five Points" and spreading rap
id, t. The public school bvUdings wers
mrn«d into hospitals. Tbe total mor
tality (or the year was aboot W<>—
New Tort American.
Cliff* of D«v*r.
The Dover cUSs are being stoaiMtj
eaten away every year. In UK» thoo
sands of tons or chalk fall from Shak*
fpeare cliff, and three years previously
there was a fall daring which the
coaatgvanTs watchbonae at tbe icd
j rait was hurled into the »itt»
BAND WILL PLAY
Apple Show Gets Big Feature
For the Amusement
Oaiafrarelil'i Italian band, which re
cently oompleted » wnamer ansacs-
Bsal :ii Coronado beaon In cniifornia,
will be ii\i' itsltar nosloa] attraetta
hi tin seventh National Apple show
mni Frull Prodoota Congresa to bo
hdil in Rpokan* the work of Novsm
SIGNOR MANFREDI CHIAFFARBLU
Chiaffarelll. or Cyafarolll, as it la
pronounced. Is one of the former pu
pils of Channlng Ellery, known from
coast to coast through his famous Ital
ian musical organizations. He has
had wonderful success in California
and is now making a tour of the Pa
cific coast with his band.
Chiaffarelll will furnish afternoon
and evening programs at the apple
show in a repetition of the old fruit
fair days, well remembered by pion
eers who attended the Spokane show
in the time of Herbert Bolster, when
the lowa State band, McKlnley's Can
ton band and Ellery's Royal Italian
band furnished annual musical feasts.
Good music will be the feature of
the amusement program at the Nation
al Apple Show, and the scope will
range from "high brow" classics, un
derstandable by anyone as presented
by Chiaffarelli. on through the list to
tie popular "rag time."
Chiaffarelll is an excellent leader
and he has a fine band. Manager Gor
don C. Corbaiey of the apple show
thought f o when he was in San Diego
a few weeks ago and never missed a
concert while negotiating with the
Bated Italian for his trip to the north
west to play at the court of King Pip
A side seat at his concerts is best
because one can hear the musics just
as well and can see him lead his musi
cians with bis face, as well as his
| flying bands and arms. The big Ital
ian :s a wonder with his baton, but
els face-leading is incomparable. His
face works all the time the band plays
and sometimes his head almost bows
over to some hapless musician who
has misused a note. * He sometimes
leads with his voice, hurling the most
astonishing Italian words at the en
Virtue* of Porridge.
The Scottish parent is from time
to time rated by the medical au
thorities for bis ignorance and neg
lect in rt-Bp«.-t of his children b
food. The medical officer of the
Scotch education department has
•gain been urging the pernicious
effects of tubstituting tea and bread
for porridge and milk. Doubtless,
comments the Edinburgh Dispatch,
the medical officer is right. Every
parent who was himself brought up
on "Them"—that dear old Scotti
efcm—will acknowledge his fault in
baring permitted a departure from
the wholesome fare which he was
taught to beliere was, with the
Shorter Catechism, the basis of
A bullet shot upward from the earth
goes op to aphelion with a retarding or
decreasing motion, but a ballet fired
by a woman at a burglar will turn a
street corner and bit an Innocent pe
destrian In Ibe teg nine times out of
ten.-rTorlda Time* Union.
"I am an income tax collector, air.
--"I am an artist."
"Oh. I be* your pardon" (withdraw*)
Mill l Illlllouat <uii>llpalrdf
Dr. King'i New life Pills will cure
yea, emte « healthy flow of bile and
rids roar ttomach and bowels of waste
and fermenting body poisons. They
are a ionic to roar stomach and liver
aad tone (be general system. First
dose will cure you of that deoressed,
dizzy, bilious and constipated condi
tion. 25c all diuffud
rrfday IRovcmber 13 1914
PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS ATTORNEYS AT LAW
< mice Hours » to 11 a.m. Krecl Kemp K. L. Bakor
i : :*i to » p.m. 7to M p.m.
■111. J. N.NKwnmii hi <ll- A II \K I II
I'livslcliiniiii'l Burgeon l,uwyi'is
Jewelry More W onatchee. Wash.
IS. A. I'HAHSON
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
DR. P. A. SNYDER Notary Public
„,,, Hour. Suite 2, Elliot Blk. Telephone 54
Hulte 1 Office Hours Leavenworth, Wash.
Klllott BldK. 8:30 to 12-1 to 6 I
i——^^»~^™^™™ <11^™""" Wm. A. Keneau Ira Thomas
W. M. McCOY
Tlioma* & 11111111111 l
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Lawyers
Suite '2, Rarey Bids Wenatchee
Columbia Valley Bank Building . ——_____
Wcnatchoe, Wash ..
Ileeves, <Tollard & « rollard
onicc, 1665; Residence, 1662.
Office, Second Floor Keevea Building
Farmers' Phone 222
______„____----—- ---—_______—-* WenatcUee - - Washington
Dm. O. W. KOXKBX B. J. Williams A N. Oorbln
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON WILLIAMS & CORBIN
I.»»T»_w<.>rt_, Wash. Attorneys at Law
___-_■_—__----—•-* Wenatchee • Washington
DR. J. STILLSON JUDAH
Physician and Surgeon wincey a Hughe.
Office in Leavenworth Hospital Lawyers
Phones—Office, 112; Residence, ill
Office Hours—lo to 12 a.m. 2-4, 7-8 p.m. Columbia Valley Wenatchee
Hnndays by appointment Hunk BldK. Wash.
~" ' LEWIS J. NELSON
DR. A. Q. ricKEOWN ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW
OLD RELIABLE DENTIST Sulte 2 Elliott Block
Office Telephone 14
Office Hours oto 12 and 1:80 to 5 Residence Telephone 15
Opposite Post Office Phone 132 _^__________________ — .
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Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Dr. C. E. H.«.n . , Notary Public
Dentist Drawing- deeds, contracts and mort
t > gages, and examining abstracts
Offices over King's My work will
Drugstore please you _^_________________
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
15 OUR BUSINESS k. ii. fox
Lawyer— Notary Public
We were here when Ohelan County
was organized, our records are com- >•
plote and kept up daily: accurate Office, Klglit St.adjoining Weeler's
and quick service Is our motto Arts hop
- Leavenworth, Washington
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President Secy. Attorney at Law Notary Public
WENATCHEE, WASH. 810 Columbia Valley Bank Bldg
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J*yHF*\ Monday of each month /' —— ■ ■- ' - ■ ■ ■■■ " "-v
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"ii 4.25 _._>.. " 43. 3.40 p.m. M ! *>hght Kooras
44, 4.25 a.ta., 43, 3.40 p.m. '
" 28, 6:05 a.m.; " 3, 3.35 ».tn. New and Modem Sample Rooms
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Not. 37 and 33 arc hut mail (rains. Phone 656 P. O. Box 672
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than time shown. I
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