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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME I.—NO. 16.
IN ONE DAY IN
TERRIFIC HEAT CLAIMS MANY
MORE VICTIMS IN NEW YORKS
THUNDER STORM CAUSES A LOW
ERING OF RECORD BREAKING
NEW YORK July, 19 —After a
night of sweltring heat spent by thou
sands in the streets, in the public
park, on piers along the river front
and in every vacant place that promis
ed a breath of air, the condition that
confronted the people of New York
this mi rning were terrifying. The
son rose in a cloudless sky and hour
after hour the heat grew more in
tense. Every ambulance was kept
busy and by noon the hospitals were
crowded with sufferers.
Although tbe midday heat was
everywhere terrific, it was broken by
scattered thunder storms, many of a
very violent character, and toward
evening the temperature fell rapidly.
With this welcome relief came the an-
uounoement from the weather bureau
tonight that the abatement in tbe
heated term had been general and that
moderate temperature* would probab
ly prevail for several days in the
middle Atlantic and New England
In New York the highest tempera
ture recorded was 95, one degree low
er than that of yesterday, when the
highest record of the season was
Among the distressing incidents of
the day was the killing of her in
fant in Brooklyn by a young woman
who was suddenly driven insane by
the heat. She stabbed the child to
death and then made a vain attempt
on her own life.
City Temp. Deaths Pros
New York 95 75 40
Philadelphia 95.8 10 167
Baltimore 92.2 4 5
Washington 92 1 14
Boston 94 1 25
Pittscnrg 87 5 fi
She Can Go Through Her Husband's Pockets
if She Wants to--Ancient Privilege
Cannot be Condemued
KANSAS OITY, July 19—Judge
Slover today aoored a hit with the wo
men in the courtroom when he declined
to frown upon the act of a wife
searching her husband's pookets wnile
"I cannot condemn the ancient prive
lege of the sex to take money out of
a husbands pookct at night," said
William N. Harding was sneing Ida
M. Harding for a divoroe. Harding
testified to the extremely jealous
disposition of his wife and said she
constantly accused him of laok of
affection, and then told of his losing
money in the night time. Judge
Slover promptly ruled this out.
"I think yon have suffcient cause
for divoroe without interfering with
the prerogative of women," he said.
''I'll grant a d.voroe on the other
Japs Win Light Engagement.
TOKYO. July 19.—Vice Admiral
K-mimura reports as follows:
Oar destroyer flotilla was shelled
by the enemy of Yukiwan. The
flotilla responded, silencing the en
emy and forcing the cavalry to retire.
Later oar flotilla discovered a mount
ed patrol and shelled it. The cruiser
Chihaya shelled the enemy's guard
north of Qekabe.
FIRST SESSION OF
MEETING IS ATTENDED BY TWO
HUNDRED AND TWENTY
TAKE NAMES OF ALL PRESENT
AND SEIZE DOCUMENTS-WILL
SIT THREE DAYS
MOSCOW, July 19.—The zemstvo
congress opened at midday today in
the residence of Prince Dolgorukoff.
The congress was attended by 225 dele
gates. Count Ileyden, leader of the
deputation representing the congress
recently received by tbe emperor,
M. Goloviue, president cf the organ
izing committee, had barely started a
statement dealing with the obtacles
placed it, the way of the oongress. an
nouncing that Govenor General Koz
lofT had promised that there would
be no recourse to extreme measures,
when the chief of police with num
erous commissaries and officials enter
ed tbe room. The chief announced
that the prefect had prohibited the
meeting of the oongress and ordered
seizure of the documents. Count
Hey den protested against the proceed
ings, bnt the chief of police began
taking the names of delegates. Then
cries were raised of "Write down
the whole of Russia". Many per
sons present who were not delelgates
to the congress requested that their
names also be taken. The police
then departed iv order to draw up
summons, and the session was lesu
It is epxeoted that the congress
will sit for thee days.
COULDN'T STAND SPOKANE
Four Commit Suicide in that City Within Ten
Days--Last One Took
SPOKANE, July 18.—Ths fourth
suicide in ten days took plaoe here
when W. E. Griswold, a bartender,
28 years old, killed him- 'If in room 9
of the Pioneer hotel, by taking carbo
lic aoid some time between 8 o'olock
Sunday morning and 5 o'olock yester
Smuggling Gang at Work.
BAN TK 4NOTSGO, July 19. -Oap
cis" F M hunger of the reverie eat
tt service, hat been detached t'r> m
atv at San Francisco and went to Port
Towusend. An extensive smuggling
ring i§ operating on Poget Sound ann
the government is making a special
effort to svppress the illegal traffic in
opium and Chinese coolies.
With Munger in the North will be
a flotilla cojiprisng the revenue cut
ter Plant and launches Arcadia,
Guard and Scout.
Root Takes Oath of Office.
WASHINGTON D. O. July 19.—
Elihn Root, former seeoretarr of war
was swim in shortly after 10 o'olock
today as secretary of state The oath
was administe ed by William MoNair,
assistant librarian of the department
There was little formality and the
new secretary nude no speech.
Assayers Manage to Steal $30,000.
DENVER, Colo.. July 19.—Charg
ed with receiving gold ore knowing
that it was stolen, six assayeis in the
Cripple Cieek distriot, were placed
under heavy bonds.
It is alleged the assayers cleared
180,000 in six mouths atd it is said
11,000,000 worth is stolen every year.
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1905.
DELIVERS AN ADDRESS BEFORE
ASSEMBLAGE OF LIFE IN
PRAISES HIS EFFORTS TO MAKE
PUBLIC LIFE PURE
MILWAUKEE, July 19.—Jnatfce
David Brewer of the United States
supreme court delivered a short ad
dress before a large assemblage of life
insurance agents in the Masonic
building in this city tonight. He
devoted most of his talk to modern
graft, and praised President Roose
velt in his efforts to make pubic affairs
pure and honest.
"This has been a year which may
be chaacteri/ed as one of great irsor
euce upheaval," he said. "The re
fcult has been prejudicial to the in
terests of a certain company and
also to the interests and business of
others. I believe this will result iv
great benefit iv insurance through
out the world.
"The moment private pecuniary
gain is sought throgh the advantage
of a trust someone is guilty of graft
I have reference to the more insid
ions ways that the one holding pnblic
office is carrying on his duties of
tint office for his own gains or the
gain of his own ends.
"Take the president of the United
States. Along iv the winter Santo
Domingo pat itslelf on a financial
footing. Suppose the presiident had
acted secretly and advised his friends
to buy up Santo Domingo bonds.
Wouldn't that shook the people of the
oountry? Yet the government would
lose nothing aud some would be pri
vate gainers' Suppose the United
States supreme court justices would
give out information in advance of
cettain decisions. Wonld not you re
volt at such a transaction? It would
be unworthy—this would be grafting.
NORTH YAKIMA, Jnly 18.—The
eeoietary of the interior has selected
Superintendent Jay Lyuoh, Engineer
W. H. Redman and Superintendent of
Allotment Casson as members of a
commission that will adjust the land
affaiiß of the Indians at the Yakima
reservation. This work is preparatory
to throwing the reservation open to
settlement, and when it is oompleted
it is said there will be no land of any
value left for the whites.
It is now the purpose of thedepart
ment to plaoe al' the timber on tbe
reservation within the Raiuier forest
reserve. This move has been recom
mended by the governmentaeents who
have gone over the ground.
Temporary Relief from Heat Wave.
PITT3BURG, July 19.—The torrid
spell was broken today by a thunder
storm, which caused the mercury to
fall 19 degrees within a few minutes.
At 2 o'clock the thermometer register
ed 68 degrees.
NEW YORK, Jnly 19.—Promise of
at least temporary relief came at 3
o'clock tl is afternoon, when a heavy
rain storm aoompanied by high winds
broke over the city. The temperature
began [to fall rapidly. The storm
was of brief duration, however, and
the relief which it brought was not
Please sign the petition on the Ist
page and aend to the Daily World of
To Allot Lands.
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. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouaa St.
Pay Less and Dress Better
We announce the arrival of the new Fall Cloth Samples from
the famous Royal Tailors of New York and Chicago. One
thousand different patterns and weaves from the moat cele
brated woolen mills of England, France, Germany and Unjted
States to select from. Mad* strictly to your measure in any
atyle you fancy.
$12 a Suit
We have 10 ACRES of fine level land
ALL SET TO TREES
Better see us this week
BOUSQUET & HOLM
A BIG CUT
Wa do not mean that we have cut the price on lumbar,
but that thera is mors lumbar 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 save you money, that'a what you are looking for.
If wa can aell you the lumber, that'a what we are look
■ ■ ■
The Pioneer Lumber Firm
WENATCHEE LUMBER COMPANY
F. M. SCHEBLE 4. SONS.
Please sign and send to the Daily World office
To the City Council of the City of Wenatchee
I, the undersigned, hereby request the City Council
of the City of Wenatchee to, without delay, take up the
highly important matter of adopting a simple plan of
naming and num be ring the streets and houses of the
city and to pass as soon as possible an ordinance pro
viding for the aama.
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