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The Leaven worth Echo
Pcbliih*d by Tr,e Echo Pnbiisiag O. H.s.Rearici Vi-.G.Sciiiiici O-A-Le* Erterftd at tie ?osios,re £t Lesv es*ortb, Wtsh.. ts M-tcr.d class =a:; rritr^er. isFue-d every Friisj". ..... t&XX) pa year iz a.cva-'C*. Addrea £.!) . ..... Tie Lesvei werti Echo. K. .=. REARICK. Editor FRIDAY. ?EPTE>!BEB 30, V.'Zl. -TARCHLK.HT PIT ON TWO Hoa»n s foe INSANE. Governor Hart .-.a.- taktr. Tv htA r. '.:•.:<■: cf brir.sr-rr out the trjf. *Ik.« the fcea-uiosa! accu.-fo'-.- i i.i'»:r^t the HBacatrToral cf the rxTih err hospital tot tV* iasajie at S»-ct. -■\Voosey and the wertem Wa.VhiiTsrtris Lwprta) at Stef.»rx>m. De^aricg that tJe "is unab'e t: ret vcnfcst>oij of t^ese stories."* sr<f tiiat in the verj* rat*j!? of thrr.*:- ;" wfild be :~;>'.'==ib'e fvr r.'.rr, to verify thera by jier^or-EJ investjratjon. :'-•■ governor has appointed a board of sine reprwrtatiye cJtirew to carry ox:t a M-a-ch:ssr iavestieatk--. fo- 1 liirl Toe board is charred witi a disi c.".: duty. The peculiar c:r:-u- -tir.' er r"TT9t:sd:r.? the iruardir:? an 5 treatment of the insarje sir* e»nda civ*. ors orie hand *9 tHe "*■' of false ar ; i iajart acia'satJor^ aeairi.?: the management, and. upon tic other hand, to tl c ooscealmest of abuse." irbere abuse; are perj>etrat<-d. Ore one-side, the assertions of pa tirnts and their relatives are to U takes with re--frv'?. arid, ».r. the other tide, the teFtiraosy of the officer* aaJ trnployees of ths idtifcitioa tend tfv.'ar'; the concealment Df vro-jrs if Kuch has been corr.-rr.;tte"i. It b frequer.tiy the ca-* that ser.- RStiona! accusation^ wber. sifted, art foand to have no other basis than the iv.Erinatio.i of Tjetu'.ar.t patients or trr revengeful elleKations of dis charged employee-. But against that ftrt the b'.-ard appointed ; >v Govercvr APPLE 1 GROWERS You have undoubtedly underestimated your large pack, and will be short of boxes. PHONE GREAT NORTHERN LUMBER CO. WENATCHEE 1455 LEA YEN WORTH 2071 for any amount you require. No Order Too Small They're Made from Pine Great Northern Lumber Co. Leavenworth, Wash. __ ' " i THE UNIVERSAL CAR You wil! find beio-tv the number of sales maJe in the •::.:■:'if Washington for the mont) of August, compared a^-air.--. the total of a!! cans so!d; a!.-o our percentage of sak-a for the month of August Thil 'information wa- compiled by ths Washington List Departriient of 1.. L. Folk <t Co. Inc., 71 Co lumbia Ay., Seattle Wash j !'a--<r.K<:r car.*—Liter.-c appiie-i to- d-jring August in the .State of Washington: ; IOHD .- ; Do«ijfe 17'> ; Chevrolet HO I f; j k jjo II ; Stuiiebalct-r vv, II i Overian.l _I.' 5; AH other makes :i29 II Total lgS3 jj the percentaj.'" f Ford cars sold being 5J and a I fraction of the total. '11 1 I" ■ >11l T. E. Paine 1 i Usvenworth. Washington | KkT*. should bear in miad *.h»: zan-e*. r~-£rd* tr.d ether employee-' some jv':a« BT?a- impatient and aniympa j tbetic with their mentally ID ihanre. --' nod fill isto disciplinary methods ' --■■.■ lorrer approve" m the ! «.r* of the iasa.se. !i ether e&s*. Goernor '-'.'■. --| ■■■■■■ wiaest rrifth^d of "seijrh.r..: i " ■ *»'i»-aticr-al acrjsatior.s ia>c be-en rr.aie artier-: the :»o state iri | stations is westers Washington. ! j The «■ ••■_.- the public want the 1 trtrth — Spokesman-Review • HIGH I»AM NEEDED. A Chicaro man .-ays "that the only ' I ttey to :r.a*:e prohibition as artuality ji« to flop liqnor at it? source. Its ; •■>o-irce" if what 2 of u-. includis,: j tit dry wjuai "r.avj !>e*r. lookinr for. j Esd :t sees.' :r. have 5.0 masr "j-rurte.i." that to rtop it L= aVjat a= ■•t a. >Ob is <iar-.r'.:r.s up the ocean GARDNER WRITE-. Roy G. Gardner, rr^il bandit. ha= i written i letter to Gf.'.-re L. North. ; a.rsij-'tarjt rriitarir.r e-'i.'tor of the Sai j Francisco Bu]?etir_ describing hi? e^ j ct?e from the federal prison on Mc ! N;e! is'-asd asd er.riojise a 'etter to j President H«rdiitg king for a pa? ! des. The authenticity of the letter if i -?t queftwred. Garcrier sayf " _•. he j was shot fa-ice when he made his es j cape. one« -■■.". part of hi; \ tiujrh bekrw the hio ar.d once throuch ; the other 'eg below the »rr.ee. the bu' ; ■■*■■.■ tbrwisrh the shin bose w;th -•■••.■ it. When he got mv. : the brush he hid and the doctor and j wtroen of ........ both pa | w-d r-ear him ar-d the brash wa? s*t ;. --"■•- side? of h:s *i^:r.^ I place. }: ther. crawled back to the \ •'-.-' hid and laid there ur:t:! ! osikness "*"hen he crawled --■■•. ; or barr. ar.d -tayed there for two days ] -•■••_ loft, c-omissr do«~n at nig-ht j es<3 -■••■-;• milk asd water. Or. the i -•-•-.•■-•. .-..-. for the north I part of the bland which he reached ; the second night thereafter. He re- I m-ined there until Monday mornir.? ; whe; he swam to Fox island ar.d re- I r-iained several days. ....... : frcrn the farmers' cows and fruit j !x. ........ He does r.ot say ; THE LEAVEXWORTH ECHO I where be fro-. Fox island. Jr=t 'rev? that be it -o-ith a friend -ure he *iU repair, ur.til hi? vr-i^6.f heal. The >tter was deliver?: to the BaDetia in a rtasped envelope, bet V. re Tto pK>r:ni.rV. It was compared v:th a etter formerly written to the Balletir. by Gardner asd the Writing ii .*ai<3 to b* Identical. These revelation? mvfl have a >-.- dtney -..'■- ve charrin cf tr-v McNiel islaad prison authorities if. :riOe*d. they .... capacity to cs | how FTupid they have been A wonw's -bin of right?" if prc i PCM The -worse- want to do every ....... rr.ay do. They a-* I king a bir rr.istake. Women** | sjhere ha. r beer, and ought to i>? 3in> j :t«-d. if not by law. by trx>a. eonunoß - - -- It berir.r to look like there U aoth ir.r oe earth or is the heavens ab^ne that will =.at:sfy >«r.ator Borah:, cr-.c •-. rentle^e:; rr.isrepreserit'r.^ Idaho :r< ccrrress. Wh~ r . Waiba Trade a feace treaty he was opposed ta :t ar.d when HurdiEL* undertakes a l:ke task. Borah starts an insurrec tion. Tee Cashmere £-*-anre 5s o;>;K>f<-:. : < the county board kvyjng taxes at *.':. - t'rse for a r»ew court house. Their rti'nd is reaso-aVt. Taxes ar* a -"-"■ ■ and our officials rurrt t' see the neces-ity of keeping them d;«"r. to -■. very ...... A Dew court house :s r.ee-ded. but we car. ?et aloe? a few year? yet the old buiidine. Claud Ramsey, chairman of the board of cour.ty commissioner- of King county, was a visitor at Wenat chef last week and ■ _••._■ matter of ••.-•_• the Steven* Pass road, for trhi;h King county ha already voted it? .--are of funds. This read o'jjrht to be b.ilt a- soon a ■K-orkin? plar.s and condition* can :•: --cc^]p'et<-d ar.d -.york rtarte*!. The ........ T'epaitir^ect of Pubhc V> orks h&£ been p*e:-Tri2re"Jt ly enjoined from interfering in the • --.:• • of rates for palace en boats rating on Lake Chelan and the :.' price made by --..-. Boar Co. rtands. It wtre ■ .■■•• if people ready to do ..... rt $2 'A were obM??d b;. a state depart ment to charg-e J4.50. It i- sSch vr. -r€asor.&r.»^e asfiunptiozis of author; that cause? contempt for public bf £c:a!f. —; -_ "unemployjueat" conference wants to do ....._. wor.h vrhiJe and the -■■•-'.. ir.c'ine ? t" back up the conference, it phi recommend ■"•.•-'- hundred million dollars of public fund? in pub lic road? over the whole country" ir. a way of federal aid, instead of the few thousands now grudinr.i'iy set ifide for each state. The zoverarr.?nt us .spendin? billioni annually for oth ei purpose*, which, in the minds of most people, i- of no -^neral benef.*- Money spent for real road building would give employment to the few unemployed in each ■--.-..- create a demand for labor. Word come.= from Yakima that the I. W. W. ha; distributed handbil!-i calling "jpon ... ;cin i.= the "One Big Union" and obtain a shar" in the aliened enormous proisti frorr: ■■•-:•■•'- Now wouldn't that be nice? ...... the rancher have worked and worried in an effort to develop a payin? orchard, to have these Indolent Wobblies come forth with a proposition to . in the profits :s tasirsr human patience to the limit. Our Mo?an is that the in dustriouß are entitled to pay commen rate to their accomplishment.-. anH !rat the indolent are ju.-tly entitled ' > nothing more than they produce. If the profit from spple-jrrowing were largf- the orchardbt^ are entitle<l to every penny of it. after paying r<=a— •a wajje- to those who come i an«i help harvest the crop. So-ca!:e 1 republican leader- ma':c \ up - list of men whom they desired to have receive the federal office". ! luch as collector of internal revenue-, etc., for the district of Washinjr.or. but the senators from this state evi dently thought that they owed no t I in? to this coterie of men and have I disregarded their recommrndation-. I at least in some ca^es. The repub'.i- | can organization ought to have unp- j . ... ?ay in these matters. Pub- j lie officials depend upon party organ- i izttion for their success and they art bound by right aid torn to give heed to party demands in the distri bution of patronage. Their disr;- ' -■•■'■ obligation ought to be ! met by defeat when they again com* \ before the people; but will these par ty leaders support them or will they knuckle under and do the bidding of these arrogant office holders? The . K&Bner in which they rallied to th<: ivpport of Jones last year indicate. --■-.■-■ will next year be the pliant tools of Poindexter. M. G. H." 7': II . a brother of Al. return hfrf- !a.-t week from filtn Haven, Wit Railroad Items of Timely Interest Mr. and Mr* 0. t. Danieli of Spo- \ ..■■■.. day? here with j Mr.'. Towae isd Mr. and Mr.', H^r.- j r>es^y. returnsis or. .^uriCsy. >!.-«. 3. J. White vi-:t*-i Mr?. FraaV . iebsca cf Wesatcife^during the 'at i tei part of the w^ek. 0. E. Kayes Jef: for Minneapolis iuf.y ir. the week. We cacerstaai he j wi'l vi-;t relatives m the Twin Cities. I H. F. P.and. who has bVea here for j Mvera' weeks past in the interest of | the International Ccrres^sdenre ; School, cf Seranton, Pa., left for . j Wilson Creek and Hillyard od Mori aay. The I- C. C. instruction car. i which ha? be*r. here dtriEsr his stay. ser.t t<? HJUvard os Wednesday. Mr. and Mr£ J .C. Darii are visit- j i lee their «-on in Salmon an 1 j ! friends in Portland. They have been tbser.t for several weeks. Mrs. J. ■■■-.• accompanied ly her niece and Mesdame? Bun:h and Hitch-cock, drove to Wenatchee or. J Monday. A very enjoyable afternoon I and evening was spent :r. our r.eisrh ibensg city by these ladies. Mrs. C. E. Starkey visited h»r I n other. Mr?. Benedict here for abor. I a week, retuminr to her home in -, Goldbar on No. 3 Sunday mominr. ■-.■■■'- re«rred the sii ' ... -■■'•.•■•.. deat"-. and Jet for hi? home in Petersboro" Or.ta-'?. oc Friday Mr. and Mrs. Pa-j] McElroy of ?po j kene surprised th'ir parents. Mr. and ?•'-=, P.obert L»sl:». ... hr | ;c.TT)ir.jr to Leavenworth -.-.-. i Mr. McElroy ha? accepted a position j :~:th the <>eat ■■-■■■ C'-. art 5 they will rr.ak-? their home here. Clyde Boyee is working a= baz rtre— -•■-.■...■, ■.. I : ci Frank Maloaey. Mrs. J. R. HorTma-; -■-:... .- ' jte- visitirr her --he-. Mri. Katie | Rrr . f oj :: -.' ■ weekj,'left :r. No. i\ .: --*.■-. konie; Mrs* Basil Lang entertained a few ! ,' -rierA? -■...-.. or. Friday, re!?- i :brEt:r.:r Mrs. E. L. Tucker's aad Mri! j ■ Jack Farrel's birthdays. Mrs. W. A.! ! Kr-emer. who ha? be-"r. ....... j -•■:. week? r;a;t xa? the ruert of j [honor. Twelve ladies were present I anti a vfr/ eajoyaWe time wa= had Mr. ar.d Mrs K. F. '.-.- sr« 3 new piano, purchased last week. J. E. Laherty. who ha= bee- i.r/-z '<** travelii enrir.eer ...... ay ..-■:. of F. A. Parker, ha = renuoVd his run in pa?senrer service .:■- ' Leavenworth. 1. E. Car-.- of >kvkom:-> =per; : Wednesday ir. our city. C McDor.ouirh. Su'pt. Cascade 'V- \ vision, Leavecworth a Jmrr>3 visit Tuesday. I . WOMAX TI'RN- ELECTION .\GAIN.ST HER -WEETHEART. In "Bab's Candidate," 2 Vitasrrap": | production, starrtcg Corinne G~f:- --whi-h ■-••■- sho-*- a: the Grai-i' I Sunday. Oct. 2nd, rratir." an:i i'^.. irg. Barbara Marvin ----- out to d: the seemingly impossible. She ~.u-t beat the unbeatable^ A man -ou! 1 ■ neyer hs-.-e tack' ;-r r ; 0 \ g^* -xorr.- j er have means in their employ ... iren do not reckon v-ith. and it -.va^ ■ ;-.:?t that elemert that carried her for ward. Bab'= candidate for the as- i winWy was the village pauper, and j sh< ran him for the assembly arair't j } c: o-sTi lover. There'= a parados 'that give? this ?cr*er> play an entire'i" new kind of climax.—Grani. Sunday, Oct. 2 — •-■-..■.•• The ladies" aid will meet in th« I ba-errer.t of the church next Wedne= j (.ay afternoon at 2:"0. with Mrs. M2- ton a= hostess. All members ari I j 'riendj- are urged to be present. Are You "Marking Time?" plug away in a rut »iaiK;iime,.--to Can you think of a plan more sensible than to decide to have a mawrin 1 • income and outgo, and deposit that surplus to your edit ta^?feS?'2! count, to earn a safe rate of interest for you? " savings Ac- Start your plan now. Make your first deposit just as „,,. ag^voucar ■ though it is a small amount,-you will be just that much farther ahead °Wn We pay V" on Savings Deposits THE BANK OF HUMAN SERVICE CITIZENS' STATE BANK OFFICERS: W. L. HALF., President F. A. WINGATE. Viet President C \ r iuoor, , L H. BROCKWAY. Assistant Cashier l CAMPBELL, Cwhief DIRECTORS: A. G. St ag e F . A. W !Bra *> C. A. Campbell W. L. Hale X 30.2 of the business failures the United States, accord ing to aßi street report, are caused by LACK OF CAPITAL. These figures should cause you to pause • How many young men in Leavenworth and vicin ity are paving the way to this kind of failure by spendingtaking the easiest way—at a time in life when they should be puttine aside enoueh to furnish suiiicient capital for the future? LEAVENWORTH STATE BANK 7. A. SIKCLAI?., ?.-rs. J. 3. ADAMS, V. F:»s. ?:. 2. 7:111 V. ?.-«. ?.. I. TAYLO?., --.-.:■■ C. G. COCXBUKN Km Cvii«: I. D. ELY, Ass:. Cish:»r NOTICE OF HEARING ON SET TLEMENT OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBU TION. Ir. the su;«rit>r Court cf the Ststt of WashioKoa. tot ... Coaaty La the Matter cf the Estate cf BERT BLACKWELL, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uat -.'':.■■:.- . ■ --:-:.- - of the estate of Bert Blaetrell. c'ec*ased. has filed irith the Clerk of : '■ ■ above C<>-jrt his final a«our.t as s-jch ad rr.ir.i;tr£ttir ar:d airo his petition for the .... of the prcpertv bv --••_•: said estate, ..- the above ?r.title-d court is asked to approve aid settle said accost, distribute the real and personal property belonging to siid estate to the heirs ar.d hare* tr.e ad.-rir.isrratcr from his 1 ..-• an: Weir.es4av. th? sth da of October if : 2l. at the hour of 9:?.6 o'clock AJ-i' of said day. or as .-•-.-. a= the hearir.r car b* had. :r. the cotirt room of the court house ir the city of Wcr.atchee. Cr.elan Coaatr, Waskasg ton. has He*r. f.xed as the time ars!. place for hearing the settlement of the f.r.al ac-fo'jr.t and petition for dis tr;bt:t'or.. and ar.v ■ -•-.. --ir. =^a;d ■■•:: may f.le objections to -aid petition and f.r.a! arcoir.t. or may a:, - .-■-.- ar,d place and present t.ieir objectionj thereto Pat-d th"l Tth'dav of Sept IC'"2l A. A. STEVENS Clerk of the above ntJtli en- — By ISABEL A: P.O?? (Seal) Depots (■ r>t—?ept. 9. Oct. 7) C. G. Smyth went ov-r to Seattle Monday afternoon for a day or ta-o iii the metropoli.*. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. *" the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Conntv of Chelsr.. Ir- " In the matter of the estate of An na .'■'-::-".-. .I 1 Notice is hereby gr;ven that the un dersigned has been appointed and ha oualirei as Executer of the above er. --•A'.c-d estate. A': 1. persons having claim? .._•.. • ■.-. the above named deceased or asrsir.-". her estate are hereby notified and re quired to serve them with the neces sary vouchers m the undersigned Executor or upon J. T. Liadley, the attorney of record of ?a;d estate. a hii office in the City of LeavenworUi Che-las County. Washington; that be ir.srthe place' for the transaction of twsine&s of said ..... ar.d to n!e said c.a:n-.s with the c!erk of the aKiv.? en titled court to tret! with proof o: such service as rt^quircd by law, :v:.:h :r. ?is month? fro:>i the date of the first publication of this notice, and in the event said claims shall no: If served and file,! the same .-hall be forever barred. 2?S "■ Ob •'- 192r b:iCaV:M *ept"lbpr :■••. a. D. i ALBERT F. MEISVER. J. T. LINDLEY. R-aS3gJS7 • : .... P 0. Address: l*arenworth, Chelaiin Cour.iv. ■ .... (3t-Sept. 2S, SO, O,:. Ti Eddie Tholin transacted business a! Wenatchee Tuesday, returning honw or No. SO.