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PRICE .28 Cents
Monday and Tuesday May 12th and 13th
The Prussian Cur
A powerful drama of the Hun struggle
for world dominion and the triumph of
By Yon Der Goltz, The Spy
who served the Kaiser as a secret agent
for 12 years in the United States, and
who led the expedition to blow up the
Welland Canal in Canada.
A Wonderful Picture Be Sure and See It
Prices 2Oc and 35c
Busy Bee fe Mk^i&
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myself hustling, for , -;-. *..»-.■/ c/l.ta
dollars and the "'.
new serial stop/ that begins next week in
In the story— a hum-dinger, by the
way—The Busy Bee is the name of a
dead store in a dead town. However,
it is owned by a live man. Once he gets
going, he brings new business to the
Busy Bee, ne'.v life to the town, new
hope to the whole fanning community.
Our town is a good leal way for you to get all the
m realive than most, but installments is to buy a
I'll bet even we couh: Ret year's subscription for
pointen from this lu-y the COUNTRY Gentle-
D- fellow. Why, the MAN. That will give you
farmers round his town fifty-two big issues con
arc making more money taining all manner of in
than they ever dreamed formation about the
of before. Anyway, I farm, the garden and the
want you to irnd the home. One dollar is the
story. And the cheapest price. Now is the time.
Always Costs $1.00; Often Saves $100.00
Mrs. C. W. Lancaster
BOS I 18, I.euveiiworth Phone No. 270
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HIGH SCHOOL BREEZES
[va West Editor
Inez Swing Freshmen
Dorothy Preach Sophomore
Nod Gosslee Junior
Edward Ritchie Senior
"What's goiiiK <>» iit the Scenic to
night? Oh, yes. I remember, 'It
Pays to Advertise." by the Seniors.
| Of course we're K»in>f. everybody to."
Commencement exercises will bt
| held at the Scenic Theater Saturday,
May IT. at K::!O o'clock. Prof. E. J.
Klemme, of Bellragham, "ill deliver
the address of the evening.
Invitations are Out for the Junior-
I Senior picnic at Lake Wenatchee
May 10. Kveryhody is hoping for a
lovely da) and at the same time is
confident of the best time of thl
In "It pays to Advertise" all statis
tics mentioned are actual facts re
corded by the government. Come to
the Scenic theater Friday elating,
May Hi. and learn the secret ol ad
vertising. "H is b greal game," saya
Miss Anno Yenney san^ a number
j of sotiks for assembly last Friday in
j eluding "Floriun's .Sonj,r." "I'm Lone
some, That's All," "My Laddie," and
in response to a hearty encore.
THE LEAVENWORTH ECHO
"Mother Machree." Wo hope to hear
her again this year.
Friday ni off clay for everyone '
that Is, the Juniors and Seniors.
During Physics chws the girls had
an Interesting session but the boys .
were among the mining. Not to be
outdone by them, the Senior girls
borrowed with permission, one of thr
Juniors' cars and went for a ride.
If foil were to ask the Seniors what
their favorite candy was we are suit
they would reply, "all-day suck.
Somehow the hoys of the Senior |
class awoke to the fact that the u\r\<
had more or less mysteriously disap
peared, hut after a lon if search there
was a reunion of the class as a whole
and peace was once more restored..
only, however. l>y the passingl around
of the now famous all-day suckers.
Even the members of the faculty In
dulge, when they have the chance.
Friday ni^ht was a veritable suc
cess for the Juniors in their staging
of two plays. "The Neighbors," and
Alma I'routy as Mis'Ahel just 'hed
to hey" her enormous ironing fin-
ii-hed, but nevertheless she was not
too busy to attend to the wants of
her neighbor who was in need of as
sistance. "The Neighbors" was such
a typical village group of friends that
ii appealed to everyone. Grandma,
cleverly impersonated by Laura
Hathaway, was so lonely because
there was nothing for her to do ex
cept sew carpet rags, but she was
cheered when hor granddaughter
Inez, (Mary Nelson) persuaded her
that sewing rags truly amounted to
something after all. Each character
was lovable or funny as the ease
might be. Ray Warman played the
part of Peter, the bashful grocery
boy, but full of admiration for the
lovable Inez. Jacob Weber, in the
impersonation of Ezra Williams (lie
wood man, tried to be a Krouch, but
under the kindly influence of "The
Neighbors" must needs do his part
towards adding; his bit of comfort to
the villape life. Janet Fisher as Mis'
Moran and Irene Franklin as Mis'
Trot, characterised their parts well.
Miss Ellsworth (Frances Deßlois)
about whom the play centered, was
cheered by the kindly acts of her
neighbors so that she "had to quit
thinkin' about herself."
Tn "Nevertheless" Gladys Pinch,
nn adorable little girl, and Btilie, her
brother, (Ned Gosslee) a typical
fonrteen year old l>oy. who in a rao
ment'i anper because of his beinp
spnt upstairs to be punished, decided
to run away to Texas or Honolulu.
The two children soon forpot their
troubles and became interested in a
new story book, "The Narrow Path,"
in which they find the funniest word,
"never-the-less." As children will
they appealed to the fairies to ex
plain the word to them. To do this it
is necessary to turn off the lights.
But instead of a fairy a burglar
(Howard Roach) comes to them in
tent on robbing their home. With all
the confidence of childhood Billy and
Lou tell the burglar all about the
funny word. Lou reads to him out of
the new story book, "the narrow path
is very steep and straight; it leads
to .a land of gold and is not easy
to negotiate because heaven thinks it
if. best for people to climb for what
they want 'Nevertheless' —" the bur
glar decides to walk the narrow path,
and led by the two children they
start out on their way as the curtain
Under the direction of Miss Lillian
R. Grue the plays were voted B big
success by the large audience in at
MRS. MULLIN'S PIANO RECITAL
Mrs. Thoi. Mullin presented her
pupils in a recital :it the High School
Auditorium last evening. A large ami
appreciative audiegce was present
and the entertainment was thoroughh
on joyed by all Under Mrs. Mulling
direction all of the pupils have made
Mrs. Mullin was assisted in the re
cital by Miss Anne Yenney, Mr. J.
Armstrong, Mr. A. .Jensen wild Mr.
Win. Pttlver whose selections were en
The following program was ren
1. (a) The First Hall I'earis
(b) The Church Bell Blake
2. Soldiers Parade march Evans
.",. The Dancing Doll Adler
I. Jolly Huntsman Merkel
5. Twilight Fancies Waltz Fearis
6. (a) One Fleeting Hour Lee
(b)When Song is sweet.. SanSouci
Mr. A. Jensen
i 7. In the Mountain Cot Hems
8. Home Run Galop IV'ad
9. Lone Star Can.-chals
10. Boys Brigade Werrlch
11. Serenata Ifoszkowskl
Marian Hamilton and Kthel Codd
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See Our Stock
We have a good bunch of Used Cars
comprising all of the best and most pop
ular makes, such as
Dodges, Maxwell's Studebakers and Fords
These cars were taken in by us on sales
of new cars and have been thoroly gone
over and practically rebuilt in our shops.
We have some especially good buys and in view of the fact
tnat a new car is almost impossible to get at the present time
we suggest that you come down and look over what we have
in stock. Our Prices are right.
NEW CARS COMING
Again we say if you want a new. car this summer, place your order
with us at once... We arc expecting several car loads of new Oaklands and
Maxwells is a couple of weeks as well, as other makes... But they will only
last a few days... Place your order now and insure delivery.
The Home of Oaklands, Maxwells, Hudsons, Reos and Chandlers.
12. En Route March Engelmann
1.1. Floating Zephyrs Engelmann;
11. Dance of the Bumblebees Lozey !
lfi. (a) Down in the Forest Ronald |
(b)Blackbivd and Rose Clark
Mr. J. Armstrong
l(i. A Madrid Festival Mullen
Dorothy and Mable Eresch
1. The Lark's Morning Song .Rolling
2. Tarantella Pieczonka
.'!. Elfin Dance Hermes
4. Fantasia from 111 Trovatore
Mr. W. M. Puiver
Verdi-I torn |
5. Falling Waters Truax
6. Bluebells of Scotland Richards -
7. Poupee Valsante Poldini i
8. Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman '
p. Valse de Concert Wieniawski
10. (a) Irish Love Song Lang
(b)The Lats With Delicate Hair
Miss Anne Yenney
11. Fantasie on Beethoven's Ruins of j
Clifford Newdall and Howard Roach t
12. Valse Brillante Moszkowski j
Inez Ewing, Helen Hale, Clifford
Newdall, Howard Roach
And Wall Paper
Its time to brighten up and
we have a complete stock of
Wall Paper in 1919 Patterns
Naxle Sales CO.
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t When you need
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Of course it takes an artist to make good pies, but even an ar
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produces pastry that melts in your mouth—the kind that makes the
men folks pass their plates for another piece. Try a sack for your
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Wenatchee Milling Co. , Wenatchee, Washington
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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1»1».