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CLASSIFIED sr.S. ■ T.ea\ onWOl (!i ' :' FOR RENI a 3-i house. I CORN FOR ILK '<• the Bhock.- C 11. Ma 1 I72tp I) for ! 1 I r 1 Call Miss Merli FOU SALE a I •' 1 tempi In figure; in n * The I :<•!-, 1 Pub. Co. No. RG2 ORDER TO SHOW (' MSK ON SALE OF RE \I. ESTATE, In the Superior <louri of 11 c itai of Washington in and for the County of (Ihelan. <T'i Probate! In the Matter of the Estate o! ELIJAH JORDAN, Dec i cd. Jennie Ste ■• s >n, a ' '■ ■■ ''• ' tate of Elijah Jordan, ec ised having file I I ioux'l her pi ti ion praying for • n i r '"f v ; : < thori sing and dir< rt '■ the following described real estati situated in the couni C ' i and Si 'lie of Washinp t< n. to wil i A right of way for an irrigation canal over and across a strip of lan fifty (!>0) feel in width, heinif twpnty five (2.i) feet on each side of the cen ter line of the irrigation canal of tne Wenatchee-Chewawa Lan I Company! as now located, situate!! .nd con structed aero i ami upon ihe follow ing described real estate, situated ii Chelan County, Washington, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the nortV west quarter (SEUNW.K).the south west quarter of the northwest quarter of the southwest ouarter of I.lm south east quarter, (SWU NWM SW'i SE%), and the west half of the -southwest quarter nf the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter CW% SW'i MY 1; SK'; ) and the northeast miarter of th<> southwesi nuarter l\'F r SW 1!.) all in soetior thirty (SO), township twenty-sever (27) north, rani eighi ■ (1S) E. W. M. Said rip-lit of way being conveyor' for the puroose of constructing, main taining and operating an Irrigation canal; and the Grantee shall have thr ::"'lit to enter upon the above <\o scribed real estate for the purpose of maintaining, operating. Improving or doing any other necessary work or said canal. Reserving, however to the Grantor his successors' or assigns, the privi lege of bnlldine and maintaining not to exceed three bridges over an arrosf the main ditch or canal of the Gran tee. at such points as may he select ed by the aid Grantor, his success ors or assign ■■ but the lowest part of such bridges to he at least ow 17,,, above high water mark of said rlitc* or canal, and to be built at the solf c(,.-»t and expense of the Grantor or his successors or assigns, and in sue} manner as not to damage the canal o' ditch of the grantee. Reserving also to the Grantor, hie successor, or a^sitrn^. t l*e right anr T nrlvilegp of const] ■' ■ and main taininor a drainage ditch ov drainazt ■■'■I.' line under or ovpt the canal o1 ditch of the crnntee, for the ourposr of draininiT certain waters thnt ac emulate upon the lands in the nort' ■ .......,.-' 1 poiithtn^t ft"Hi"*tf*' (XW 1; om;i an.' in '>avt nf t'r southwest Quarter of th" Routhpapt quarter (SWV, SE'M nr said Rection but such dra'nap-e ditch ny pine-lin" whore t''e same crosses t^o canal n* ditch of the Grantee. Bha" he ron otrurted ander f'e nupervision nf th> G'"i"tee. -nl in the manper nreserib ed h\' it. h**t pt the sol^ ro?t pti 1 e>* pense of Ihe Grantoi 1, h:s successorf or assigns. •■■'■• ■• • . ■ TT V* f>"M-"> j, v i : i,,, court th«< ' ■" ]ip'<i"ns 'ntoiocfp'l In t*>« p=*'i(p "<" HIP QflM f^prOT^P^ npnni" Tlp^mv cn f * Opnrf Pr> t11" 20" rtav p* November * T> 10°° t^ >' Ilfmr pf . so ,■.-,.• nf s"i'! iiav. Nt tl^p ToiD-t TJop'" of Sih oorior Court In flip Cltv of WenatJ c'-ro, in <=->!'! Onelfin County, tlipn and tliprp to show rnn?p. if nnv tlipv have why an ">•■' ■.•.'■''■ eonrt »ho«H not bp pmnted <o sniil admlntstratrix on thori7incr an.l pmnowprinpr hei to -i i" tlip «niil rpal pgtatc of siiii decean*'!. Nt r»tiMic n** Tirt\*.itp cnlp. na luav hp determined hv tViis roini to hr for • ' I>p»* intp''p<!*<! nf t'm c^tnfr>. IT 1 ■xi iVs before the shM 2i)tli day or November A. I). 1022, in the Leaven worth Echo, a W'a! newspaper print oil am! published in said county of Chelan and of general circulation Ilioivin, and posted In three publii , I ;r Chelan County, Washington, -i least twenty-five days prior to ::':''• date of hearing. DONE !\ OPEN COURT this LBth day of October A. n. 1022. .TOU\ E. PORTER, Court CoTnniisßioner. ;| IRMAN HOWE, Attorney for Administratrix. P. O. Address: Leavenworth, Chelan County, Washington. (II Oci 27. Nov. 17) PROPER CABBAGE PITTING. Housewives ol'ten remark in spring that cabbage is dry and unpalatable that it is not so crisp and juicy :i when fresh from the garden," says Ch( iter 1,. Vincent, horticulturist al Iho State College of Washington, "This dryness in cabbage can bi prevented by proper pitting of thi heads in fall. There are various ways One of t!u' commonest is lo open v] ■< trench in the fall l ':.■ to 3 feet wide according to the number of heads to go on the bottom layer, on a we 1 drained slope with a sandy or gravel' ■oil. The width of tli.' trench will d< pend somewhat on the s-ize of thi h ada and the number to be stored. If two heads arc to go sl< ll> by side P2 ft. will be suiffcient; if three, fou or more, it must be wider. Tim drptb will vary from 6 in. to a foot, accord isjf to the sizp of the heads. "The cabbages are pulled roots ani all, and placed head down in thi 1 'end without removing outer leaves the hot torn of the trench is ful 1 the npNt lave:- must he so laid that 1 heads will lit between the stalks ami roots of the bottom layer. If, foi ■xample, the bottom layer is four heads wide, then the second row will be three heads; or if the bottom row is bui two heads wide, the top roy 1 ill have but one. "A ftp:- packing the headr together ;n this faahios, put a covering of bin lap or a thin layer of straw over tho ■ lani in the trench to protect fro ■ tl p layer of dirt which is to be put or ■ t Only su iriest soil to protect tltn plants from Revere freezingl should be put on at this time. After severe winter weather sets in, enough manure or straw Bhould be added to prevent much freezing or alternati frppzinp and thawing. This will al 50 permit the removal of the heads through the winter as the market <>■ home use demands. "By latp spring the outside 1 'av< - will have rotted somewhat, bul [' In nn way affects the flavor of the cabbage. After removing these outrr you -a ill have a beautifully bleached head of crisp, luiey calibufn ■ ' ' rhf • quality than heads simply sto.-ed in a ilry cellar "i ba • mi ni ivhi re no attention i- paid tc the humiditj of the air. "If mlv a few '• i adf ai c to be stor ed for your i « n use. I Biigge I r the ' :• i i' em >'>rst in the large oul ' r I aye and then is paper, and pack >nee ' ■ec I In; ■ of sand in •■ Th ■ v-.i hi ill ! ' et, X, ■ 1 1 i ell i " ■' ■ ' i ■ . mi; Hi' Greeny o< ! ling for ocerj coi panj at thi eou fillir an oi ■■ 1,500 r.:. i - of toma 300 c • kraut, 65 case of be. 300 , • • :«'. 275 cvi ea of bli 100 casi of pii p >a< hi They ■ tl fij! '..,. . i "-,. •:, outh ( lon ■ ■ ation. 'l"i. --v i rk, noted in a report ( I (epai i men) of ' lorn an rlinfi to these iiirai women by exten G. N. TIME TABLE. West Bound No. 1 due 2:00 p. m. No. 3 duo 2:88 a. in ■ No. 39 . : ar. 1:30 p. m. East Bound. No. 2 :. due 1:18 a. m. No. 4 - due 2:12 p. m. No. 10 Iv. 6:30 a. m. THE LEAVENWORTH ECno J\JL, BIBLE v THOUGHTS | I —i^, BIBLE THOUGHTS ' I J^ —For This Week — i I Bible Thoughts memorised, will prove a  pnealflM heritage in after years. <it>i!t— , J ■•>. . , ___ r' , M'jEElWv'Ll^' ri;'|p ' '■'■ ':■' ''^■""■■';^:^:--:nr;Ir:i?r ; 4 i«vj» —<=_^)*_ij* — —<i2i SONS OF COlt: For ac many as I are led by the Spirit of Cod, they are the sons of God. Romans 8:14. THE TEMPLE OF COD: Know ye not that ye are the temple of God and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?- -! Corinthians •■!:l(i. TEACH ME:—Teach me to do thy will; for then are my God: thy spirit is good; lead me into the land of up rightness.- Psalm si 14.":IO. WISDOM OF GAMALIEL:- Now I say unto you. Refrain from these men, and let them alone: For it' this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nought: but if ii be of God, ye cannot over throw it; lest haply ye be found even to fight against God. Acts 5:38, 39, REWARD IS SURE: T c Lord is | with yon, while ye be with I im, IV ye strong therefore, and let not your hands be weak; for ; urk shall be rewarded.- "J Clu'onicles 15:2, 7. FORGIVE AND BE FORGIVEN; When ye -land praying, forgive, if ye have aught against any: that your Father also which is in heaven for give your trespasses, - Mark 11:26 . SAFETY FROM EVIL:—The fear of the I <>nl tendeth to life: and he thai hath it shall ahide satisfied; he shall not be visited with eveil.— Proverbs 19:23. "IDEA DAY"' NEW STINT FOR WOMEN. I Tliis fall :i new day is being added I to the calendars of the home-makers who are interested in the clothing projects directed by county extension j agents. It was called "Idea Day,"' and so apt is the term that it will continue to bp known undei that name. On this day the women who have learned the knack, secvet, technkjue or whatever-you-call-it of home hat making, gather lo meet Belle Alger, extension clothing specialist of thn State COIIOSI'. Everyone is in- j vited, though a lot of the dcmonstra- j linn is a little hard to~undei'Btand by women who have nol pro 1 ioualy at tended millinery classes. Mi-s Alger shows how to select hat frames becoming to the faci :ni'! fig ure; how to selecl colors tat en nance thi beauty of the ikin, hair 1 ■ eyes. She shows how to renovate all materials, velvets, (lowers. Tea! • and buckram frames, She dem ■■ -t rates the making of clever littlp 1 ' trimmings and reveals tlie secret of millinery charm i 1 showing how to add individual toucin Such days havi boen held :'i \ak la Kng , S 1] ohi and Thurston counties, Only one day i-: gfivi nto : county and only i" those ci everai communltlei have In cluded millii 1 r work in their exte gion o| ■''■.■ ear. i' 101 n . 1 the. I niteel 'In inn ' 1 1 cur 102; promisi to dxci ed the ■' ■■'' ■<"■ < -i: 190 " 9 bu ' o the L*nil - •• • ■ irtmeni of \ ■ ' M IT'S TOASTED n-. If ■ 9f£ \\ one extra process idl •\:i Wi'iiCii QiVwS 3 jj ■*- F.-J delicious flavor Wz lIISTRIKE )m r*lTv^' G A R ETTS/#v^ J^« QUESTIONS — | o^\ and Bible Answers If Parents will enrnurano children to look up [ tun! memorize the Btb» Answers, it will prove I a priceless heritage to them in after years. f hSmB ..■■.■".":"■".":■:.: 5 :i:I;~:;:;i:.\ •' X ' '.:::;: i: ;u: :" > |>t\> — , — '- —■^.^^Sft.^L^ ■ - <Jt*j W'lio cares i<>r the poor and those who fear find? Psalm 34:6,7. What promise is (riven to thosi who trust in God?— Psalm 37: 3, I, 5 Who shall inherit the earth?— Psalm 37:11. How arc the stops of a good man directed?- Psalm 37: 23, 24. What promise Is given to those who remember the poor? !' aim 11; 1. How should a Christian walk? Eph. 4:12. I-■■■■ - - . ■ What will the Heavenly Father give us?— Luke 11: l". When will God answer us? — lsa 65:24. What does God's spirit do for us?— Romans 8:26. — When should we seek the Lord?— Isa. 11:10. STARCH, PROTEINS, FATS, ARE THE WINTER FOODS. li-r-r-r, it's a cold day outside. But it won't he a cold day inside, if you'll leave the lettuce leaf and red radish to the spring and summer, and rely on the stout old fats, proteins and starches for the fall and winter, according to the Home Economics de partment of the University of Wash . ington. Salads, relishes and green vegetables are acceptable on a warn , day, but a. bowl of steaming soup, ;\ i baked potato and a corn-fur.!! pud i ding are the stuff rainy day menu j are made of. Psychology and th ■ ! Home Economics department teach l that the appearance and color scheme of the food sewed affects both the di gestion and appetite, and tile home]; The « \ema of the Century I A magnificent screen /pefi^G translation of tlio t>lor_y -f~^\ £P^t&S^^sWils&i tliat has thrilled twenty 'Olt^^^^^y^^^^ES^ /ylfe aPBL* milUons of reaiters. **$$& ' 'S^f^^^Wi^^^^U six months of prepara- (i^^y-^^jj., S^C\ **$ tioa; a year and ti liall & yv ;°-s?^^w^^^|W gB <*BP^N^HP^Jk more than a million J? m$L MT^fev dollars. To World's 1" to miss W W^f^-^^ &£ A IP iJf Ihe world's greatest JOi^^!JLt3l JD IMB 9Vfi n,otiou picture. JLi^#, |^I#4dIATAA*J^ *•* ofthe APOCALYPSE Ma d by . ' -\/f A Ke# Ingram Production XtXC LX \3 Prom the aovel by VICENTE LAS CO IBAINEZ Pictures Corporation Adapted by JUNE MATH IS At the Gymnasium=Auditorium Tuesday, November 21, at 7:30 p. m. Don't miss it—and then wish you could sec it the next nisrht for Iwke the price, hecause you can't. ggpFiplOSla What a Wise feS^^?^ Woman Knows iSiifiVm^i The woman who takes ■>& lw2Lj» Wjb pr»de in her baking and J4^i||ffiim^ is watchful of the family & * i»iii iiiv^^S^^sM health is never won away Ot|MHSffl from ROYAL Baking m '$M^&JM Powder. IraS^wS^i^S She knows that it is abso ■ /<**W lutely pure and depend i'ti'w^^tMlfisiilf able —that for over 50 %n i IPIIPW 'I nm years it has been used in pgiwpl *He best homes in the S'S^^SSi^^ It Contains No Alum S^nnft*^ Leaves No Bitter Taste should be decorated, disguised and digested. Boil, bake, fry or i wives, but Feed the family starch, proteins and fats, say the sci enti ts. Over 2,10(1 of the 2.N50 agricultural counties in the United States employ at least one agricultural-extension worker, who acts as a joint represen- Earn Good Wages? Don't be a plodder, when with a little effort and study you will lie equipped to make pood as an auto electrician and battery man. Let us tell you how. CASCADE BATTERY CO. 315 So. Mission Wenatchee, Wash. ISC, 2.Sc, 35c. ONE NIGHT ONLY tative of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture anil the Stale agricultural college in conducting demonstrations of farm and home practices found most successful by experiments of these institution;. They also give advice and assistance in farming matters by personal vis its, correspondence, telephone mes sages, community meetings, and ar ticles in the local press.