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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME I.—NO. 13.
HEAD OF G. A. R.
GENERAL W. W. BLACKMAR DIES
WHILE ON A TOUR OF INSPEC
TION THROUGH THE WEST
WIFE WITH HI M
WAS A SOLDIER OF DISTINCTION
AND WAS PROMOTED ON
FIELD BY CUSTER
BOISE, Idaho, July 16.—General
W. W. Blackmar, commander in chief
of the Grand Army of the Republic,
died at o'clock this afternoon of intes
tinal nephritis. His wife was with
him during his illness.
The geueral arrived on the 10th on
a tour, during which he intended to
visit Grand Army posts throughout
the west. He was ill when he arriv
ed and gradually failed. The serious
ness of his condition was kept from
tbe public at the lequest of bis wife.
Geueral Blackmar was born July 25
1841, at Bristol, Pa. Ho enlisted in
the Fifteenth Pennsylvania cavalry,
West Virginia. He served with dis
tinction throughout and at Five Forks
was promoted on the field by Gener
al Custer to tbe rank of captain.
Through the three administrations of
Governors Long, Talbott and Rice ha
was judge advocate general of Massa
odhosetts. At the last national en
campment of the G. A. R. he was
elected commander in chief.
BALTIMORE, July 16.—8y the
death of General Blaokmar, Captain
John R. King of this city, senior vice
commander in chief, becomes, under
the laws of the G. A. X.. aoting
commander in chief and will continue
as such until the next national en
oampment. Captain King is pension
agent for Maryland, Virginia and West
Virginia, and has an office in Wash
MASHER GETS SIX MONTHS.
NEW STORK, July I—A six months'
sentenoo to prison for a passing street
flirtation with a married woman was
imposed today by Magistrate Steiuert
on Benjamin F. Smith, who came
here from St. Lonis.
Late last evening Mrs. Grace Gam
ble, who is handsome and dresses sty
lishly, was waiting for ber husband, a
Brooklyn business man at the Madison
avenue and Forty-second street sub
way entrance. Smith was passing and
spoke to her. Mrs. Gamble resented
this, struck Smith in . the face and
caused his arrest.
In court today, although Mrs. Gam
ble requested leniency to the prisoner,
tbe magistrate imposed sentenoo and
at the same time invited other women
who suffer from "airy" mashers to
act as did Mrs. Gamble.
FUNSTON'S FATHER IN COURT.
LOLA, Kan., Saturday July 14.-
Thirty five hundred people jammed
into the Grand Theatre, which owing
to the pnblic interest, has been engag
ed for the trial for former Congress
man Funstan father of General Fan
■tan. Fifty witnesses were summon
Funstan advocated the dynamit
ing of the saloons previous to, the re-
oent explosions wbioh wrecked several
places. He was arested for disturbing
the peace and carrying concealed wea
A BAD RUNAWAY
A. R. Smith, a rancher, who lives
north of town, was thrown from his
wagon upo« a pile of rooks this morn
ing. He was badly shocked ana cut
about the "bead but whether hart in
ternally or not it ia impossible to say.
Tbe accident was caused by the team
Becoming frightened at the cars, runn
ing away and upsetting tbe .wagon.
TELLS DETAILS OF
KILLS WIFE BECAUSE SHE DID NOT
TELL HIM THE TRUTH
ABOUT HER AGE
HIT HER ON THE HEAD WITH A
ROCK AND THEN GASHED HER
THROAT WITH SMALL KNIFE
PUEBLO, Col., July 16.—A special
to the Chieftain from La Junta, Col.,
John Schskloskas, a Russian, want
ed at Belmont Mass., for the murder
of his wife last Wednesday night, was
arrested at La Junta this afternoon
by Sheriff Barr while passing t'irough
tbe ctiy on the Santa Fe railroad.
Tne murderer confessed and gave the
fall details 01 the tragedy, which
has been puzzling the Massachusetts
officers. He said that he and his
wif > were drinking and quarreling
Wednesday afternoon, and continued
their quarrel at a park that night,
when her taunts enraged bim to such
an extent that he out her throat with
a penknife and threw the body in a
The murderer told a clear story of
the tragedy. He said he came to
America from Poland five years ago
and has worked near Lynn, Mass.
in February 1902 he married the
woman whose murder he now confess
es, ft hen he married her, be states,
the woman represented that she had
$800 and was but 28 years of age. He
found afterward that she possessed
but $80 in money and was more than
40 yeas of age
The quarrel over the false state
ments the woman had made before
their marriage was begcn anew, and
the man became enraged at nis wife's
answers to his taunts. He threw a
iock and struck ber on the head, and
while she was lying unconscious from
the blow he gashed her throat with a
penknife and dragged the body
through an unfrequented part of the
park, throwing it in a gully and cov
ering it with rubbish. Then Suhisk
loekas returned home, slept as peace
fully as if nothing had happened and
left for the west Thursday noon, first
returning the ticket he purchased for
his wife and receiving baok $69.
LAWSON IN CHICAGO
Will be the Principal Speaker at the Jefferson
Club Banquet--Mayor Dnnne
Will Not Attend
CHICAGO, July 16.—Thomas W.
Lawson anived in Chicago at 10:55
o'clock today from Albert Lea, Minn.,
in bis private car Halsmore attached
to a Rook Island train. He was met
at Joliet by a committee headed by
Clarence Darrow. Lawson will be
the guest today and tonight of the
Jefferson Clnb and principal speaker
at a banquet given in his honor this
evening. Mayor Dnnne will not be
present. He left today for a week's
outing in Wisconsin. Lawson leaves
for Boston at the close of the ban
La .vsen said he was much pleased
with his reception in the West and
the result in arousing sentiiment
against the system. He was shown
a printed report of Rojkafellar's re
marks at a prayer meeting last nigbt.
"That's the finest line of banco I
JESSIE JOHNSON FINED.
Judge Palmer fined Jessie Johnson
$10 and costs this morning for being
drunk and disorderly on the streets
last Friday night.
WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1905.
PLANNING GREAT DEMONSTRATION
TO SYNCHRONIZE WITH
HAS 400,000 MEN
IT IS NOT BELIEVED HAT HE IN
TENDS TO TAKE THE AGGRES
SIVE IN THE FIGHT
TOKIO, July 16.—1t is unofficially
reported that General Linevitch's
forces number over 400,000 now, and
that he 19 extensively using water
transportation to briug forward men,
supplies and ammunition.
An officer who recently retured
from Manchuria expresses the opinion
that Liuevitob plans a great demons
tration to synchronize with the meet
ing of the plenipotentiaries, but that
he does not intend real aggression
It is understood that Captain Boug
onin returns permanently to France.
GUNSHU PASS Manchuria, July
16.—Rewrts that the Russian army is
in a precarious situation appear to be
without foundation. Investigations
made by correspondents of the Associ
ated Press show that neither flank
has been tamed, and that, in fact, the
Russian wings are more advanced
than tbe center.
The Japanese center is strongly
fortified. Many siege guns have been
emplaoed along *he Changtufu Nancb
enze line, and the triple ring of forts
commanding the Mandarin road.
The Japanese are using a novel ele
phant trap style of entrenchment,
consisting of ditches covered with
platforms which are balanced in the
middle, and which tilt into vertical
positions under the feet of attackers.
The Japanese have captured a bal
loon eight miles south of Nancbenze.
PRIVATE CAR FOR KOMURA
Presideut Hill of Great Northern Sends His
Coach to Seattle for Accomodation
of Distinguished Jap
SEATTLE, Jnly 33 17.—Baron
Komnra and the members of the peaoe
embassy sent by Japan to confer
with the Russian ambassadors, will
reach Seattle on the Hill Liner Minn
esota Thursday. His party will be
officially weclomed on behalf of the
Japanese government by Counsel Sab
ro Hisamidzu and on behalf of the
Japane«e people by C. T. Takahashi,
president of the Japanese Association.
President James J. Hill of the Great
Northern Railroad is sending his own
private or to Seattle for tbe accom
odation of Baron Komnra and his im
mediate party. This car will be on
the Bide tracks at Smith Cove when
the party reaches Seattle and will be
attached to any train tbat the Japan
ese minister desires to take.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Real Estate Transfers, July 15.—
Mattie L. Morris to J. W. Neal,
tract 1 mile north of Wenatchee. $2800
John Bjork to Lillian Nelson, 2 lots
in Leavenworth. $1.00
B. M. LeFevre to J. J. Burner, 2
lots Nob Hill add. to Wenatohee $300
Leo Castian by Sheriff, to Richard
Lillis 2 lots Nob Hill add. to Wenat-
Wenatchee Dev. Co. to M. Schuster
4 lot§ in Wenatchee. $535
M. Sohuster et al. to Wenptohee
Brewing and Malting 4 lots in Wena-
Billy Ambrose to A. C. Jones, traot
west of Mission. $1.00
No important business came before
the conrt Saturday. A few motions
were argued and taken under auvise
ment by Judge Steiner.
I HAVE A MAN
Who wants a large, well improved fruit farm
close to town. Is not afraid of the price if
the place is worth it. Tell me what you will
. . . REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT . . .
Cor. Wanatcho* Ava. and Palouaa St.
Special |J A To-
Sale lIM I 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
choice today . . . .
A BUSINESS LOT
On Mission Street
and HOLM o|*>f^^
A BIG CUT
Wa do not moan that wa have out the price on lumber,
but that thera la mora lumbar being cut up thia aummer
than ever. We ere looking for more business. We
want you to call and let ua figure your lumber bill. If
we can save you money, that's what you are looking for.
If we can sell you the lumber, that's what we are look
■ ■ ■
The Pioneer Lumber Firm
WENATCHEE LUMBER COMPANY
F. M. SCHEBLE & SONS.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.