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The Wenatchee World
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WEDNESDAY. - ■ - - JULY 12, 1905
THE WAGES OF SIN.
He went boatriding ont lie lake with
another mans wife. The boat was
found empty and adrift. The woman's
body has been reiovered but the lake
still keeps the body of the nam. It
might not have been sin but only
folly, tho result is the same. Two
deaths, two reputations blasted, two
happy homes mined, two families two
bear the stain and stigma. When will
men and women learn that the way
of the transgressor is hard, and that
married men and women who forget the
solemn vows and seek pleasure in
unlawful ways must inevitably pay
the penalty, not always the penalty
of bodily death but they are always
punished in some way,in the loss of
business' the respect of friends: the
happiness of family. When a man or
a woman errs against tbe laws that
society has declared to be good, they
surely earn the wages of sin and as
surely as they base fown the seels of
death just as surely shall they reap
A HEN MINE.
Locate one now. Fifteen hundred hens
scratching along the "mother lode"
will yield a net profit of at least
f 1,500 a year . Try it on twenty-five,
in youi back yard this year, keep an
account of expenses and income and
we agree to eat at least one tender
juicy fried chicken a week for a year
if you find that we have overestimat
ed the profit yon will make.
Chelan county, Douglas county,
Okanogan county, the little world of
north central Washington should
ship eggs and chickens by the train
load. The climate ard ether con
ditions are most favorable; th«»re is
an abundance of wheat; the market
is unlimeted and the prices are good
There is no doubpt about success.
The industry is one of the greatest
in the country and can be developed
to ten times its present size without
overcrowding. Get busy, raise more
The glory of the hills ever about
thee. The sun touching the high
horizon line with gold in his rising,
the sky withont fleck of cloud; the
air pure, cool and sweet; still, all
nature hushed, not yet awake.
The sdory of the 3unset. The grand
hills rising tier on tier above, shutt
ing all in with a great protection
Morning noon and eve, a grand carn
ival of richest color, enchanting the
eye. Rise up in the morning and call
thyself blessed, that thy lines arb
cast in pleasant places; lie down amid
night's shadows with the (treat hills
about thee; sleep peacefullvfor thou
art truly in the hollow of God's hand
and no harm shall approach tbee.
"Our" James Hamilton Lewis, the
democratic Bean Brammel has just
been appointed Corporation Counsel
of Chicago. What do you thins: of
that? But ther. everyone says Jimmy
"Fighting Bob 9" Field Marshall
Lord Roberts, that spiay little Irish
man Bars that England's army ir a
national shame. England should get
busy and right things.
Wenatol cc now has a dailj paper,
which is the best aignment that can
be advanced that Wenatchee is a
growing town.— Belliogham Herald.
What the Morocco Business Means.
It took more than a diplomatic bluff
on the part of the German emperor
to force tbe French foreign minister,
If. Delensse, out of the cabinet. Tbe
war lord called out his troops —at
least began to move them toward the
French border. A crisis was averted
by tbe stepping down of Delcasae. A
backward glance at the situation which
led up to these events warrants the
conclusion that the incident is not
closed with the downfall of tbe French
minister who happened to have charge
of the business.
By an agreement made last year be
tween France aud England the latter
country recognized a kind of overlord
ship of France In Morocco. The French
province of Algeria adjoius Morocco
on the east, and. French interests be
ing paramount in Morocco, It was
agreed that France should keep the do
minions of tbe Moor in order, a very
difficult task. France was to main
tain the "open door" for thirty years
and also maintain the sultan as nom
inal ruler for that period.
Italy and Spain subsequently recog
nized the Anglo-French agreement over
Morocco. Germany was given a chance
to put in her say, according to Del
casse, but the first utterance of the
German emperor on the subject was
his speech at Tangier early this year,
when be promised his subjects in Mo
rocco that the autonomy and Integrity
of tbe Moorish realm should be main
tained. The sultan promptly rejected
the proposed French reforms and fa
vored a proposal, fathered In Berlin,
that the affairs of his country be re
ferred to a conference of all the pow
ers. Thus France was snubbed, Eng
land humiliated and Germany became
tbe recognized champion of home rule
War Horses For Japan.
Emissaries from Japan appeared in
the horse markets of Australia, where
they were before unknown, last fall
and have picked up 10,000 horses for
cavalry use, which are being shipped
to Hongkong to await orders. As the
Russian forces were driven back in
Manchuria the necessity for increasing
the Japanese mounted force became
apparent, and the mikado's agents
went quietly to work to secure mounts
Perhaps Japan will not limit her
land enterprise to Manchuria. The
cry of "On to St. Petersburg!" has been
beard, and a necessity of the march
aside from fighting troops will be a
scouting corps of mounted men. The
horses selected in Australia by the
Japs are reported as admirably adapt
ed for the purposes required. Most of
tlie animals came from tbe southwest
ern districts of New South Wales, and
the ages range from four to seven
years. Should tbe horses reach their
faroff destination in good condition a
few thousand more will be called for.
The selections are not made in open
market, but the buyers visit the vari
ous stations and gather in bush horses,
which are hardy and swift and capable
of making long journeys on the or
dinary herbage of the country. In
times of drought, when grass and wa
ter are scant, they are capable of as
tonishing feats of endurance. The Japs
take little horses, for they are little
men, and really have no competitors
in tbe field for war steeds of Inferior
Human Progress on a Powder Cart.
It sounds like a paradox to say that
tbe enemy of Russia is the best friend
of tbe Russians. Japan makes no
bluff at fighting for the advancement
of civilization. She ls fighting for her
own life and Incidentally the survival
of the yellow race. But her victories
do not strike the Russian people. The
bureaucracy of the empire is getting
tbe hard knocks.
Heretofore the bureaucracy of Rus
sia has had Its say and in a national
crisis has crowned its rule with na
tional defeat and disgrace. Democra
cy ls now awake and cannot be si
lenced. The teachings of Russia's
poets, novelists and philosophers are
every day getting a wider circulation.
Tbe propaganda of educated men and
women is carried on openly. The In
fluence of the universities and the
press is on the side of the people.
There may be destruction and chaos
for a time, but after that will come
reconstruction and the creation of a
new civic force which will make for
A number of naval officers beg to
suggest that submarine mines be pro
hibited, because warships should "tight
In a gentlemanly manner." But it ls
difficult to see any choice between a
hoist with a mine and the explosion
of a thirteen Inch shell in a ship's
boiler, as has happened more than
once. In 1863 the United States war
ship Mound City had an experience of
that kind and lost more men killed
and wounded than Farragut's whole
fleet lost in the famous attack on New
It turns out that Norway cut loose
from her union with Sweden in order
to get a better hold on things substan
tial. She ls ready to tie up with Swe
den and Denmark combined, "for bat
ter, for worse."
One Man's Idea of a Joke.
"This artificial limb business ls get
ting to be something wonderful," said
a Cleveland man. "When a man can
wiggle tbe fingers of an artificial hand
It ls uncanny. Practical Jokes of terri
ble effect are possible with the artificial
limb, and the victim Is such in the true
aense of tbe word. I saw a man In
Denver about three weeks ago who
walked up to the hotel clerk and In a
friendly way reached across the coun
ter to shake bands. Then he wheeled
away and left his hand in the grip of
the clerk. The clerk fainted—actually
fainted, although he realized, I believe,
that the hand he held was but an arti
ficial one. The man who wore it had
devised a scheme by which he might
throw it off by pressing a spring. The
delight he took in the joke ceased when
the victim collapsed."—Milwaukee Sen
POISONS IN FOOD
Perhaps you don't realize that many
pain poisons originate in your food,
but some day you may feel a twinge
of dyspepsia that will convince you.
Dr. King's New Life Pills are guaran
teed to cure all sickness due to poisons
of undigested food—or money hack.
250 at U. N. Pogue's drug store. Try
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AND POINTS EAST
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New Equipment throughout, Day Coach
es, Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Din
ing and Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
TRAINS LEAVE WENATCHEE
West--No. 1--The Flyer 1.10 p.m.
West--N0.3--Puget Sound Ex.1.28 a.m.
East--No. 2--The Flyer 3.20 a.m.
East--No 4--Eastern Express. 3.15 p.m.
For tickets, rates, folders and full In
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.
Second Aye. and Columbia St., Seattle.
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
" Entiat daily 7:30 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily . 11:00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.m.
Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a.m.
" Paterous daily 4:20 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
" Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily * 10.00 a. m.
Arrive Wenatchee daily .. 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same night.
T. A. DAVIES, Gen. Mgr.
Successor to Bowen A Bower
If you are a lover of a fine cup
of Coffee try a cup of
Glasset and Devers
■ ■ ■
You never drank a mora tempt
ing cup of coffee in your life
THE ELLIS-FORDE CO.
...THE BIG STORE...
A CUT PRICE SALE OF
During the entire week of
JULY 10th to JULY 15th
Regular $2.76, sale price $2.00
Regular 3.60, sale price 2.75
Regular 3.75, sale price 3.00
Regular 5.00, sale price 3.75
Regular $12.00, sale price $0.00
Regular 16.00, sale price 13.00
Regular 20.00, sale price 16.00
Regular 25.00, sale price 21.00
Regular 30.00, sale prjce 25.00
All Prices for Cash
Farmers and Merchants Bank
OF WENATCHEE, WASH.
Capital - - $25,000
Surplus - - $2,500
General banking business. Correspondents: Bank of California, Seattle;
Anglo-California bank, San Francisco; Chase National bank, New York. First
National bank, Chicago.
J. M. TOMPKINS, Pres. R. F.LEWIS. V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier
At the St. Louis World's Fair
was awarded to our —
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with the world's
best flour we win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
Wenatchee Produce Co.
Fruit, Flour, Salt, Seeds
and Farm Produce
Phones: Pacific States 211; Farmers 72
Warehouses at Wenatchee, Cashmere
and Malaga, Wash.
PALACE MEAT MARKET
"The Popular Place"
Firat door south of Bakery
Ira D. Edwards
Irrigated Fruit Land,
Wheat and Stock Farms, Residence
and Business Property
LOW FREIGHT RATES
TO AND FROM THE EAST
Rates quoted upon application. Don't sacrifice
your foods, pet our rates and learn our method.
THE SEATTLE TRANSFER CO.
Regular 9.00, sale price 6.50
Regular 12.00, sale price 6.50
Regular 15.00, sale price 12.00
Regular 16.00, sale price 14.60
Regular 20.00, sale price 16.50
Regular 10.00, sale price 7.00
Regular 10.50, sale price 7.50
Regular 11.00, sale price 8.00
Regular 12.00, sale price 8.50
MEET THE V.
) OF THE f
and other* working men who need
strong, well-made shoes, because they
are made from the best leather obtain
able, and haveTextra heavy, tough
tj If yosTwant"sfc)es'tKat"wear,ithat
fit. that give satisfaction, insisi on getting'
W A S HJ N'GITJp'N
Will do everything required of a type
Experts insist on it
Novices need it
i WE SELL IT
ALL MAKES SOLO AND RENTED
Pacific Typewriter and
Supply Co., Inc.
New York Block, - - - - SEATTLE
P. P. HOLCOMB
Highest Price Paid for Farm Produce
Sell Phon« 2*l farmer* Phena 11