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title: 'The Leavenworth echo. (Leavenworth, Wash.) 1904-current, January 15, 1915, Image 4',
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Bring in Your
They've gone up
The Leavenworth Market
Charles Eckhart, Manager.
At greatly reduced, prices while they last.
$3.00 Sleds now selling at $1.95
$2.50 Sleds now selling at $1.55
Also Skis, Snow Shoes and Skates ;at a
j|f||L H. G. Krollpfeiffer ! Jh L
iCmf'-^IP Everything in Hardware lm
J"*"<M.n—"» _ _
Have you tried the Rutherford Mer
cantile Co. this year
This is a mighty good time to begin. We are
better prepared than ever to fill all your wants for
A Trial is All We Ash
If we cannot hold your trade by giving the best
value for your money the loss is ours.
You Bet We'll Do Our Best
The Rutherford Mercantile Co.
'Joe Massies' old stand) "Where a Dollar Buys a Dollar's Worth."
Do You Know the Flour
the grocer offers you or do you take it without question
ing? Do you know you are getting full value for your
Is it made from the best wheat obtainable ?
Do you know whether the mill is sanitary ?
Buy our flours and you can know —and not hope —it
is clean, wholesome and pure. A trial sack will convince
you. Order one today.
Peach Blossom Flour
Wenatchee Milling Co. Wenatchee, Wash.
My Mamma 8l
Wants a sack of HARRING- .^^* /jliHlllk
TON'S Best Flour. She said to - f^l /dllill R^
be sure and send her the Har- iVjUk'm IM| [/ttJ~*^
rington Best because she bought £*. " _ |l_j) I * jfftf ■
some of to try and it was no ' >*—-Q~ rOK*V^^ i
good. She says she'd never JS^i^—"g^Oi-ffi
change again as she is always "1 > a |/^?rC
eof her bread when she uses _^,^ , j,ff \ " y^V**""\
Harrington's Best Flour. .-ILj, m l J \^\j}"^
Haven't you experienced the [-—[__ *~~^l^l~Wl
same thing? Better try a sack fj nffi%,'.£: Jl
of Harrington's Best Flour today. <*■ IfWP *¥
"Save your "DINNER SET" Coupons"
Leavenworth Mercantile Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR LEAVENWORTH
Quick Results Follow a Want Ad In The Echo
XLhc auavcmvortb j£cbo.
PROBLEM IS FOOD
Strange Demand of Hindus and
60ATS ARE ODDLY KILLED.
The** Animals Mult Have Throat Cut
In Some Instances, While In Other
Cases Head Is Cut Off to Conform
With Religion— Beef I* Not Eaten at
All by the Orthodox.
London.— The East Indian troops tiro
.: log no end of trouble because of
their fastidiousness ill eating. In the
Xetley hospital, near Southampton.
Hindus and Mohammedan wounded
almost came to blows over the ques
tion of how their goat and sheep
should be served. It has been neces
i sary to separate them to avoid fight
The Mohammedan wants the ani
mals' heads cut off: the Hindu Insists
that the throat shall be cut and the
beast allowed to bleed to death, after
At first the British in charge of the
hospital were inclined to weigh the
matter lightly, but they found that it
Photo by American Press Association
EAST INDIAN SOl/DIEHS WHO MUST HAVE
(SPECIALLY PBEPAKED FOOD.
was of serious concern to the Indian.
After two or three clashes between the
! factions the.v were placed In different
i parts of the hospital.
An Anglo-Indian writing In the Lon
don Times on the camp life and caste
peculiarities of Great Britain'! trans
planted Indian troops furnishes a live
|ly and entertaining narrative. After
. describing the strange picture made by
a column of Punjabi Mussulmans as
they drove before them in a French
j boulevard a Bock of sheep and bearded
goats and relating Incidents of the in
! tense admiration the French people
| have for these oriental allies I lie
j writer tattes up the peculiar problem
the commissariat has to meet In sup
! plying the various castes and sects or
the Indian army with meat food.
"Of the composition of the camp I
■. must say nothing." he writes, "but the
I mere creeds and nates from which the
Indian expeditionary force is drawn
will sugge_sl_to any one who knows the
east the mont complicated problem of
commissariat. The Gurkha, the Itajput
and other Hindus will eat goat or mut
ton provided the animal has been kill
I ed In a special and orthodox way. The
I disgust which the strict Hindu feels at
physical contact with beef Is so In
tense that he will sometimes vomit at
the Right of It. The prejudice is bo In
veterate that Mohammedans who are
the descendants of Hindu converts
cannot reconcile themselves to the
taste. Happily pork, the Moslem nbora
inatlon.'does not complicate the ques
tion of army rations.
"But the crux Is not so much the na
ture of the meat to be provided as the
manner In which It Is killed ami cook
ed. In the case of sheep the Sikh vil
lager's gorge will rise when he sees
| meat prepared by the Mohammedan
I butcher, who kills by the halal or
throat cutting stroke. Just as the Mo
hammedan feels It an outrage that
meat should be hung up for sale that
has been killed by the Jatka-the
stroke at the back of the neck affected
by the Sikhs. In France now a cer
tain amount of tinned mutton Is eaten
willingly by the troops, but the great
bulk of commissariat meat must be
sent alive to railhead and slain there
In accordance with prescribed rites.
"That the men may know whether
they are eating clean or unclean flesh
units are detached to a point near rail
head, where each man. to be Moham
medan. Sikh or Hindu, dispatches his
beast by his own peculiar sacrificial
stroke, marks It as clean and sends It
on to his comrades In the trenches "
Woman Is Missouri Judge.
Jefferson City. Mn Miss Frances
HopldM, danirliter of" Probate .Indue
l.ouls H. Bopklna nt ciny rounty. who
dicil recently, Iht ;i:ucnt
and bfl* the dlatlDetton "t beiru the
first n'omnn to hold sin l> H piwttlon In
M : Mil [o|>kln« wim a|i|iolut
ed b> joveruor Major.
GRAPPLER FOR WIRE FENCES.
Fr«neh H«ve D*vi.»J • ft •< '» Pull
Down 0»n«»n frit*Mjli>Hi»'<l«.
ParK-1 was tsilkuia «iUi « kivih> i>f
BOiilltn fivm rth t«\>ut> wiul "' """
cvuirso of llwlr »tv»lo< »>f ;u>' 111 ""'
tr«nctlM DM *>f ihorn tx<ia mo '"■ '" in
-,-iuo-.-.s >loUo<? «llh whKU ttu\v l»u»
Ivon toarlns *»w* "v" Q*™*» i'-"1"'il
»ir<> entunsloim-xt'*, wrtti* « wrr«
cpon<l«at «i «iio i^ 1"'-
Tnort* hw hHintwxl* «»f »viU<v-« of Hhnio
iwrrlors In nv»l »r «h» UWBWO
tmwtu* Ui Pr«ttov i«»> IWlstum, <uu»
thov brliut ltn> i»>w« Usu^'Oious (>rtjf\>«i>t
dMrca «v> « st:uulsilU «»«<« * ««)' >*
cut tbwuj* thow.
.Now. I «m toM, Hn> KrvuvU KN «>*■
IHTiiuontlns wllh «>" a|>»>U,->mv similar
to * rocket «M«i«tß*. wl<u'h |IIWW!I "
traptUtof tr\m kttmted to <> 1 »>vor
the ,<n(:>nw'oni. ""4- «hKh «rv «hiu»
I was not »M«» lo i«sxvH;»i» " '.'.■ihor
this »pptt«iw« «a* to Rwwrft) "*»> or
was onlj tho tß»(Amtt*Mi »>f «li«> us^l
commander ■< the »*>UH *V\m\> whUh
tliese uum cosmn
Py posing a t*Xt tvH»lnwrk»iwn «»n
--der coT«r tv» coma Mad tho siv»i whew
it Is intoucliMt to hurl the srsp»>l<T tb«
Frent-b obtain » immU-r of v»o«lm«, tn»
rides do.<tr\>yit>s (ht> K~»rri«-r* itisdm-
tlvely several Uoruwws will *»•* out of
i ttu-lr trvuchM to try «>> soho (tic gmp
pier before ,lt !.< banted taut :1!lvl
oatchw in tfco wtw*. smt tbtM tr° al
most Invariably shot down.
CANNED KITTEN SAFE IN FIRE
Can Was on Its Tail and Puss W«s In
Topeka. Kan. -A fire was recently
discovered in a barn at 427 Clay street,
and the fire department responded.
The barn, however, was I total loss.
I Only a few charred timbers remained.
The' firemen were making a final In
spection of the ruins.
"Me-or came in a kitten's voice from
the ruins. Directed by the calls, the
! firemen found a tin can. and In the can
was a little white kitten which bad
been neither singed by the fire nor
drenched by the water from the fire
j men's hose.
Evidently the kitten had sought ref
age in the barn after some naughty
boy had attached the can to its tail. It
had crawled Into the can to escape the
ATTORNEY IS WOMAN
dean de Greyear Holds Impor
poriant Place In Los Angeies.
Lo.s Angeles, Cnl.-Since the women
of tliis state were granted ■liffrege the
number of women lawyers has great
ly incrensed. Many eases, it Is said,
are better handled by women than by
men, and their services are in Mr de
One of the most prominent female
lawyers in the country and the only
11188 JI'.AN II (I'll (All, NKW AHKIHTANT
i'i-.i 'i ATTOHNUY or loh an<>i.i.i.h.
woman iisslstsiiit district attorney In
Miss Jean do Greyenr, who h;in recent
i.v been appointed to this rcHpunsllilc
in.,11 by the district attorney here.
it ii.is been found 111:1 sin- is better
able to get testimony from women and
lias given a great part of her time to
settling domestic troubles.
She was named more us bo experi
mi-lit than anything else, but Mince us
suming the duties bill proved such II
big aid that district atturnoyH in other
cities lire likely to follow the example
Little Loin bad ueeii given a short
poem to commit. to memory by her
teacher. In II these lines occurred.
■Sail on. >£ mariners, the night is
pone. ' Later wueu requested to repent
the poem she rendered the lines men
tinned thus. "Sail on, ye married men
the light is gone."- Chicago New*.
/ridav lanuary 15 1915
PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS | __J^^^^^__
I ~" Fred Kemp K. L, Baker
DR. P. A. SNYDBR kimii- A biker
DONTIST , . Lawyers
huh. i Office Hours . ■'■■''. " ... .
KIUQUBUU. .„, ,i., ii,,,; | I Wen.tch.e.Wash.
I ,„,, hi,in. H:»ito l.'-l lot, _^^_^__^________^___
N. A. PEARSON
\V M. McCOV Attorney and Counselor-at-L»w
1-lIVSIiIAN AND SURGEON
Suite 2, Elliot Itlk. Telephone 61
i Leavenworth, Wash.
• Columbia Vulloy Hunk Building "
W<matcboe, WMb I Wm. A. Keneau Ir. Thorn..
11. Q. I 111 11 till
, im,,-. imio; Residence, 1603. Thoiuan A Itniiiinn
| ■^—^"J Suite 2, Rarey Bldg Wenatohee
DB. O. W. IOXtBT it. ,-,.•», rrollard A < rollard
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Lawyers
I,«»»«nwotth, W»«h- Office, Second Floor Keeres Building
Farmers' Phone 332
I Wenatcbee - - Washington
DR. J. STILLSON JUDAH B.J. Williams A N.Oorbln
Physic.." and Surgeon WILL.AMS & CORBIN i
■ WILLIAMS & CORBIN
Office In r.envenworth Hospltnl Attnrn«™ at I aw
Phones-Office, 1181 Residence, ill Attorney, at Law
Office Hours—lo to 12 a.m. 2-4,7-8 p.m.
Sundays by appointment Wenatchee • Washington
LEWIS J. NELSON
DR. A. Q. ncKEOWN ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW
OLD RELIABLE DENTIST • suu:r E i,r iß°ioe k ?
Suite 2 Elliott Blook
Office Hours 9to 12 and 1:80 to 5 Office Telephone 14
Residence Telephone 16
Opposite Post Office Phone 132 Lkavenworth, Wash.
J. B. ADAMS
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Dr. V. B. IIHI««S N pabUo
Drawing' deeds, contracts and mort
■••:. ■'■'■■ , ... gages, und examining abstracts
Offices over King's My work will a specialty
Drugstore please you
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
IS OUR BUSINESS
B. 11. FOX
We were here when Ohelan County j Lawyer—Notary Public
was organized, our records are com
plete and kept up dally; accurate
and quick service Is our motto. Office, Eight St. adjoining Weeler's
Mall us your order. Leavenworth, Washington
Chelan County Abstract Co. :
J. A. OKLLATLY nt W. W. GRAY JOHN E. PORTER
WENATCHEE, WASH. Attorney at Law Notary Public
__ — _______ M »—-^———««. 310 Columbia Valley Bank Bldg
____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__ i i^ M Office phone 1635 Res. phone 1074 ■
City Dray Line z^zzzzzzzzzzz
License No. 2 when yon gQ , 0 We natchee ;
All kinds of hauling tae t }j e bus for
promptly and carefully done
baggage TRANSFERRING Hotel Wenatchee
Distributor of Rainier Beer —■""— >—————
, , „ , Most convenient to all important
Lee J. HowertOn f business points, and
Where you are most likely to meet
other Leavenworth visitors to • '
Bl F. & A. M. —Zarthan
■;_■'■: / f\\ Lodge No. 148 meets The Metropolis of the Valley.
jj-ygr^ £* ever first and third I————<— a i ■■ ■■ mm
/&£fsys( Monday of each month ~~~""~~~~~~~~~~"~~~~~~~~—
' \/« in Masonic Temple. /* ...■., "■>
Wm. 0. A. G. McCoy, W. M.; ; Wenatchee
Wm. O. Atwood, Secretary. WenatCftee
*' KNIGHTS Of PYTHIAS Incorporated
45 Meet the second and fourth L? R- W. VERMILYA. Mgr. --
'"^■s^X ifF Krlday In . the month In —— fe
Sl^f Si rv?s mo c. Io 8 : Aa k l: &£ Abstracts of Title to all lands
*^«WjJf» X, of R. and 8. Visiting . • *-m i
brethren cordially Invited. in L-helan COUllty
■ ~"^~""""■~"~■■■ I Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders
Butter Wr3DD6rs Columbia V.lly Bank Bid*.
HIH|I|IVIO I W . natch . Waihinftlon
Printed or Unprinted - -*
Echo Office I:
I • ' I Manifold Typewriter Paper
State. National and County Officials j For sale at The Echo Office
President WOODROW WILSON '.
Vice President THUS. U. ,MAFISHA<> ~~™"™^™^^^~" '
Cabinet Officers ■ ■ * g
Hecr.'tary of Htuto Wm. J. Bryan 1" ■ CT»* W~4^ I
Hncretary of Treasuny Wlil.G. ikfcAcloo v »<^h> ■
Ki'i-ri'tary of War L. M. Garrison m —k. /~~~~ . .. 2~~-% r'
Attorney fleneral... .lames Reynolds »-C "^ M "S*^J? I J
Postmaster funeral Albert liurleson _■ S% M* S^ ti SF% -J
Secretary of Navy J<mcpli\is DurilolH ■—ir^* ■ V^. ■ %Jti jr
Heeretary of Interior Franklin K. Lane - / "'<
H.c.of Amliultuie David K. HuuHton 1 /A - C B«clay. Prop.
Hec. Com. and Lainir Wm 0 Redfleld / uarciay, rrop.
Hceretary of Labor Wm. B. Wilson i ■,* „ .. , „ '
u.s. senator. / 33 Daylight Rooms
w. l. Jones and m. k. Poindexter Nefc and Modern Sample Rooms
Congressman Brd Dlst.. W. L. LaKollette I W . w. f „ - .
StafOHlcr. ) We Meet all Trams
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sasrßssMSs^r£. ...iwa^^r.! L Motor Hire
Hint.- Auditor. _ <'. W.ciausen *—^
Attorney General w. V Tunner '■ ' w »
Land Oommlssloner . 0. V. Havldae ZZZZ^ZHZT "^^ ! —
School Hupt Josephine Preston n
insurance Commissioner ,i o. Flshbac^ 100 Envelope, with your name and 1 1
.supreme Judces address 4
i.eoiife K.Morris H. O. Dunhar ■■» "' »
Frank H. Rudkln H.D.Orowe Mr EB _.-,-. 7
A J>. Gose B. J. Ohadwlck ' V CT /7
Wallace Mount Einnilt Parker J^^%C^
Columbia Land District' * %-J V^
%^YjWcZz:=:£:?-£X™ I At The Echo O».ce I