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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME I .-NO. 11.
KAISERS ARMADA AT STOCKHOLM
NATIVES PUZZLED TO EX
WILHELM DOES NOT INTIMATE IN
ANY WAY WHAT HIS
STOCKHOLM, July 14.—Constern
ation prevails throughout the country
over the sudden announcement that a
German armada, oonsisting of 12
battleship?, 11 cruisers and 10 toroedo
boats will make a demonstration at
five points in Swedish waters between
Jnly 20 and August 7. Gothenburg
and Ud.avilla will be visited on the
west and Stockholm, Karstrom and
Narrkopmg on the east. No foreign
fleet of Buoh proportions ever came to
Sweden before. The disposition of
the squadron will amount to a bloc
ade of the entire Swedish coast.
This unexpected and unsolicited vi
sit of tbe kaiser's navy, while not
considered a hostile act, excites aston
ishment bordering on alarm. Nobody,
not even the government officials is
able to offer an explanation.
Newspapers refrain from comment
because, as editors confidentially tell
your correspondent, they are astonish
ed at this fresh outbreak of Emperor
William's favorite policy of surprise
aud mystifio tion. If he intends it as
a token of frienudship it is asserted
that he has over done it and that he
ought to have chosen a more amiable
and less disquieting form of amity
than girdling Sweden with a formid
able cordon of Gorman batteships.
Swedish bus eptabilities are further
Injured by tbe information that the
German general staff has detaied offi
cers to investigate the state of milit
ary preparations in Sweden and Nor
Elks unanimously Select that City as Meet
ing Place for Grand Lodge
BUFFALO, N. V., July 12 —The
twentieth annnal reunion of the Bene
volent and Protective Order of Elks
will be held in Denver in 1906. One
ballot deoided that at che grand lodge
meeting today. Denver received
twice as many votes as Dallas, whicb
made a strong fight. Atlantic City
had few supporters.
Early in the day the whole city was
astir preparing for the dress parade.
It is estimated that 50,000 Elks march
ed in the drizzling rain hot the streets
were lined with an eager throng that
had to be held in cheok by wires along
tbe entire line.
BOYS WERE GOOD
SEATTLE, July 14.—"1 am cer
tain that all the officers will testify
to the fact that there was no cigar
ette smoking among tbe cadet corp
at the last encampment," sdid First
Lieutenant Lloyd Woodnut yesterday,
in disoussing tbe order discontinu
ing any further encampments during
school terms because of excessive
cigarete smoking and profanity. "Some
of the boys had their pipes and tobaoco
with them, bnt I nor any of the other
officers saw any evidences of cigarette
smoking among our boys. They prob
ably cut up some, but no more so than
the football or baseball teams when
they f o on a trip. It will simply
spoil the future of the company un
less matters can be satisfactorily ad
Mr. Blanton is figuring on the con
struction of anelectrio line, probably
from Goat Greek to Pateros, and
building a smelter at the latter place.
ARE HAVING TIME
THIRTY PRETTY GIRLS FROM IN
LAND EMPIRE ARE TAKING
IN THE FAIR
HAVE HIT THE TRAIL. RODE THE
CAMELS AND BUMPED
PORTLAND, July 13.-Thirty hap
py daughters of the Inland Empire
have captured the Lewis and Olarke
exposition. Under the leadership of
G H. Breed they have shot the
chutes, hit The Trail, bumped tbe
bumps, ridden the camels, gone np in
the captive balloon, viewed the ex
hibits and celebrated on the btoad
verandah of the government build
ins. The girls form a party sent to
the fair by The Spokesman Review,
and they are having their glorious va
cation because tbey won out in a pop
The bevy of entertaining girls is
quartered at tbe American Inn. In
th" few hours they have been in the
grounds they have become great fa
vorites. The doors of every Trail at
traction has been thrown open to
them. In the afternoon six of the
girls made the trip in tbe captive
palloon. Mr. Breed was warned not
to reveal tbe names of the courageous
six upon pain of death. The entire
party took their turn at shooting the
ohutes and enjoyed the sport greatly.
A boating oarnival will fill tbe bill
some time during their stay, when tbe
entire party will appear upon Guilds
lake with the exposition officials and
t' c Washington state commissioner in
deoorated launches. Altogether, the
young ladies will have a glorious time
and will be able to retnrn to their
homes convinced that the exposition is
great and Portland hospitality greater.
TRAGEDY AT SPOKANE.
SPOKaNE, July 14.—Frenzied by
melancholy and ooctinnal brooding
over fancied iujuries, Charles H Day.
is, formerly bartender at the Cowe
saloon, slew his wife and 3 months
old son and committed suicide himself
in his home at 2415 Boone avenue,
about 7:45 last night. Without a
moment's warning, before Jtbey could
utter a cry, the wife and th baby had
their heads nearly severed /torn their
bodies by a razor in the 1 ands of the
man who should ha /c been their pro
Davis then made I <?eo gnshts in
his own threat and and fell weltering
in a pool of his blood in the kitchen.
Z. A. Lanham and Jo'n Lap .an
left this morning for a plenum tr>'
They will take in the Fortlao \ Expos
Mr. Deed H. Mayer, proprietor
and editor of the Leavenwnrtl Eono
is in the oity today.
Mr. Ike Harris been visiting his
sister Mrs. N. I. Newbauer. leaving
for Seattle yesterday.
Mrs. Julia A. Undersoo3 of Seattle
and Wenatchee is in town stopping
on her home plaoe.
Mrs. F. Stowell of Cashmere was Io
The liotel k/rotbfi.
Thi" position of brusber ;u tbe barber
shop of a large hotel In New York la
worth ot least $30 a week if a young
mao attends to his business. Hotel pa
trons are liberal tippers. The brusber
is etpeered to find seats for customers
If tbe barbers' chairs ere filled and to
band around the morning and illustrat
ed pipers. Tbe boss barber pays them
no salary. Permission to work In tbe
shop ls considered sufficient compensa
tion. Tbe hours are long, and In most
cases t rushers are allowed a boy at an
WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1905.
TESTIMONY OF EMPLOYE OF OIL
COMPANY SHOWS BAD STATE
PAID IN CASH
REBATE AMOUNTED TO AS MUCH
ONE-HALF CENT ON
KANSAS CITT, Jnly 14 —The Riv
ing of rebates as a common practice to
secure business was brought out yes
terday in the testimony of A. G.
Shires of Marietta, Ohio, traveliug
salesman for the Pennsylvania Refin
ing Company, of Oil City, Pa., who
was a witness at the hearing in the
state suit to oust the Standard Oil
company, the Republio Oil company,
and the Warers-Pieroe Oil company
from the stat«* of Missouri.
Mr. Shires was manager for the Re
public Oil company at St. Joseph, Mo.,
from November, 1091 to May, 1902,
and came to Kansas City in June as
assistant manager foi the Republio Oil
company. He had charge of the tank
business for the Reublic and was in
structed to get after the National'
Henry Teagle, the manager, Mr.
Shire said, told him to get certain of
the National's customers and, if neces
sary, pay a rebate of X, cent a gallon.
These rebates were paid iv cash to
customers. He said he never had
tried to get trade from the Standard's
ocstomeis. The rebate applied only
to the National s trade. Mr. Shires
said he was told by Mr. Teagle to say
to customers that the Republio Oil
company was an independent conoern.
RIVERSIDE, July 13.—At last bed
rook at the dam site in scotch creek
basin as been reached, ana one more
favorable condition is thus discovered,
says the Riverside Argns.
Tne solid formaton was encountered
Monday, at a depth of 71.7 feet, which
is not considered too great, as the can
yon is very narrow at the point select
ed for the dam that is to impound the
water of Salmon oieek basin. A few
more holes will will be sunk at this
point, after which the churn drill
will be moved to the dam site in Con
cnnlciy basin in order to ascertain the
depth to bedrock the-e.
J. J. HILL WINS
OTTAWA, Ont July.—Th* Viotoria,
Vauoou.er & Eastern rail way bill
the senate today and now a
waits the .oral assent. This is J J.
Hill's road. The Canadian Paoifio rail
way put up a sturdy opposition to the
bill, whim seeks to permit J.J . Hill,
the bolder o. the ohaiter, to diverge
! nto United States territory io two
places in building the line from Midway
to the Co&st.
Jrdge Steiuer wires from Portland,
Where be has been attending the fair,
as follows: Will be in Wenatchee Fri
day and Saturday, Waterville Monday
Mrs. Steiner accompanies him.
The sleeping quarters of the sect
ion hands canght fire last night and
was totally consumed. No one was
injured. Main damage a night's
Nora, second daughter of L. F. Fry
of Birch Flat died this morning. The
funeral will be on Saturday at 2 P.M ,
interment will be in tbe Wenatohee
Mra. Guilforvd Marr and herjdaugh
ter Miss Lilian Marr left yesterday
for Portland for a short visit.
Good family oow for sale, inquire
i the floor mill. O. YV. Kinzebaoh.
Just west of High School Buildiug,
if sold at once, CASH, - - . $50.00
THE BEST SNAP IN TOWN
. . . REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT . . .
Cor. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouse St.
Sale nM I O Day
All the famous makes, as Conquerer, Tiger,
Boss, Swell Dempster, etc., brands, in the
latest novelty and staple shapes. Clean,
new stock worth $3.00 and $3.50. Your
A BUSINESS LOT
On Mission Street
A BIG CUT
We do not mean that we have cut the price on lumber,
but that there la more lumber being cut up this summer
than ever. We are looking for more business. We
want you to call and let us figure your lumber bill. If
we can aave you money, that's what you are looking for.
If we can sell you the lumber, that's what we ara look
■ ■ ■
The Pioneer Lumber Firm
WENATCHEE LUMBER COMPANY
F. M. SCHEBLE & SONS.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.