OCR Interpretation


The Wenatchee daily world. (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, July 25, 1905, Image 2

Image and text provided by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86072041/1905-07-25/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

The Wenatchee World
WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP.
Application made at the Postoffice at
Wenatchee, Washington, far entry as
•econd-class matter.
Main office--Business and Editorial,
•COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
Wenatchee, vVashingtcv.
Farmers Phone 234
Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592
subscription rates:
One Year, by Mail, In Advance, - $5.00
Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50
Delivered by Carrier, per week, - .10
TUESDAY. JULY 25, 190!
THE WONDER OF THE WORLD.
The Oregouian says:"Baron Komnra,
foreign minister of Japan is being
whirled across the American contin
ent in the private car of the greatest
railway magnate of modern times.
The great men oi the gieatest nation
on earth are waiting to do him hom
age, and all his movements are cabled
to the uttermost ends of the earth.
And yet but a half century has pnss Q d
since the people represented by Koia
ma were as ignorant and uncivilized
as are many of tl c triheß of darkest
Africa today. For rapid and sensa
tional climbing up the ladder of civil
ization, Japan is the wonder of the
world." The trip which began at
Seattle was certainly noteworthy, but
the Oregouian depreciates Jnpnese civ
xiliation rather too much. Long be
fore Perry's visit the Japanese were
well advanced in art and litearture.
They were far in advance of tne
'tribes of darkest Africa today," as
may be seen by the readiness with
which they "adapted themselves to
European and American methods in
net, warfare and statesmanship.
SCHOOL CENSUS COMPLETED
Wenatchee School District Makes Big Gain--
Has Total Population
of 4.000
'County School Superintendent John
23. Porter reports that the school cen
sus just completed .shows that there
are now in the county 2,<i77 persons
between the ages of 5 and 21, being an
increase over last year's census of 300.
The Wenatchee district is credited
with the 1 rgest increase, having gain
ed 209.
The report shows tltat the balance
of the gain is scattered very evenly
over the country districts of the en
tire courty. A comparison of the fig
ures of the school census and the
tegular county census of the year
1902 with the tigures of the present
school census, shows that the present
population of the ?onnty is about 11,
•JOO. Figured on the same basis, the
Wenatchee school district has about
4,000 people, an increase of 100 per
cent since 1902. These figures are ap
proximately correct and if the present
xate of increase of population contin
ues, the Wenatchee school district
will have within irs bounds not less
than 10,000 people by 1908. With a
corresponding growth throughout the
balance of the county and the rapid
development of the county's countless
and inexhaustible resomoes, this ci'y
should he In a most prosperous condi
tion at that time.
Indian Murdered ai Paterous.
TWISP, July 24.—Crooked Month
Bob, an Indian, was killed at Pateros
'.last week by Louie Tomito, another
Indian. Both are well known charac
ters in Okanogan and Chelan countn s.
Crooked Mouth Bob was followed to
ftis cabin in the outskirts of Patems
by his adversary with a long Bi.i'e.
Bob died fiom thirteen deep cufH te-
Sween the arm and hip, which reach, d
his heart. Lee Ives swore out a war
rant for the arrest of Louie Tom i 1,
and an officer captured him.
Crooked Mouth Bob owned a v■• i
able tract of land adjoining Paten h,
an allotment.
General Passenger Agent Sto> >f
the Great Northern railroad will
live here tomorrow. He will *
Thursday morning's boat up the i r
to visit Lake Chelan. Mr. B. 0 ' I
lier, a local photographer, will i
fnembei of the party
School ma'ams.
Schools have closed, and the teachers
•re out for a long vacation, so called.
To many a weary teacher the vacation
spell will be simply a long hunt for the
vitality that has been paid out In the
class room. Some of those released
from the grind of lessons will pass the
weeks in the kitchen to relieve moth
ers who have toiled all through the
term to release the school crowd, both
old and young, from household cares.
Still others will take up the needle and
make and mend against the needs of
the coming year. All who find the va
cation a real play spell, with no tasks
and no new lessons to master, should
have the congratulations and not the
envy of any whose vacations are lim
ited.
J With all its advantages of respecta
bility, indoor employment and regular
pay, the profession of teaching is a
ceaseless and an exacting grind. It
wears out the hearings. From month
to month and from year to year the
same subjects are discussed, the same
routine covered. Faces change la the
class, but the class itself is only a lit
tle duller and therefore harder to
arouse than Its predecessor or a little
brighter and therefore harder to guide
I right.
A teacher whose heart is In the work
of making better men and women out
of the material placed in her charge
may not he distressed by the monotony
of such labor. But enthusiasm is
sometimes only a mask for overwork
ing faculties. The willing teacher needs
a vacation to gain new strength with
which to accomplish the work of the
season that is to come. The best teach
ing Is that which goes beyond the
routine and seeks to work an Influence
upon the individual character of the
pupils, and the teacher who has re
gard for her work in the highest sense
will utilize holidays and all other spare
time in finding out new ways to reach
the intelligence and arrest the sym
pathy of the young. Good Vlsb.es of
parents more than of scholars even
should go with the schoolma'ams on
their well earned vacations.
Norway's Resources.
The exports of Norway are swal
lowed up in those of other countries,
and the volume is of such relative un
importance as to attract but little at
tention. About four-fifths of the area
of Norway consists of timber land, ami
the country exports annually about
500,000 tons of wood pulp and paper
made from wood. Timber in the rough
and finished is shipped from Norway
for building purposes and for wooden
ware manufacture, the exports averag
Ing about $10,000,000 annually. For a
time Norway had a monopoly of the
manufacture of matches and now
ships abroad 3,000 tons annually. Iron
and copper are found in abundance,
and the manufacture of horseshoes,
nails and machinery is becoming an Im
portant business. The mineral output
Is $2,250,000 a year. Fishing brings
Norway a large revenue, and the ship
ments of herring, cod, mackerel,
salmon, roe, whalebone and fish oils
average in value $7,500,000 annually.
The Norwegians are a primitive peo
ple, yet agriculture is not pursued to a
great extent. About 11,000 tons of
condensed milk are exported anually.
and Norwegian butter is found in the
markets of Europe. The government
s laboring to encourage cattle raising
and dairying. To the extent of her
limited and peculiar resources Nor
way is an element In the world's busi
ness, but the natives "get busy" to
keep warm rather than to turu the
nimble sixpence.
Peary's plans for his fourth arctic
voyage call for a continuous journey
northward until he locates the north
pole. He has chosen the American
route, and his friends are confident
that he will return with news of a rec
ord breaking feat in polar research.
Peary's former trips enriched the
world's knowledge of the arctic, but he
has never until the present trip counted
upon arriving at the pole.
Seventy-two additional typesetting
machines have been ordered for the
government printing office at Washing
ton, making 14(1 machines that will be
ready for business when congress
opens in December. The orators of
that body may be sure that the Con
gressional Record will be out on time
and ample enough to take in all their
eloquence.
An Irruption of fencing may be ex
pected In this country as soon as our
Auglomaniacs get in line with the Eng
lish over their new fad for swords
manship. New clubs are being formed
constantly In Loudon and the prov
inces, and international matches are
being arranged.
The Kentucky girl who refused to
sing "Marchinx Through Georgia"
would find Yankee veterans to sympa
thize with the Confederates who lion
ized her fof it. It is high time to give
"that good old song" a furlough.
The advent of the kissing hug in Cin
cinnati just at this time has a suspi
cious look. How does he happen to
scent 'business opportunities" in his
particular line?
Good Amendment.
Husband—This cake is very good, my
dear, but it seems to me there ought to
be a little more— Wife (In clear, icy, In
cisive tones)— That cake came by mail
and was made by your mother. Hus
band—Yes, as I was saying, there
ought to be a little more—of It.
The Situation.
First Passenger—Are they a happy
family? Second Passenger—l'm afraid
not The old man Is seasick, but his
wife and the girls have mal de mer.—
Harper's Bazar.
A Snaarestlon.
Doctor (to pressing creditor)—lf you
most bring your bill every day, at least
you might come with your bead tied
up, so that people would think you
were a patient!
Knowledge dwells In beads replete
with thoughts of other men, wisdom
in minds attentive to their own.—Gow
per.
RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS
TICKETS
To and from all
POINTS EAST
VIA
GREAT
NORTHERN
RAILWAY
SHORT LINE
. . .TO . . .
St. Paul, Duluth
Minneapolis, Chicago
AND POINTS EAST
m TRAINS DAILY
c— FAST TIME *—
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.
Tor tickets, rates, folders and full in
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
Wenatchee, Wash.
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.
Second Aye. and Columbia St.. Seattle
Columbia and Okanogan
Steamboat Co.
SCHEDULE
UP RIVER
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.rn
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m;
" Entiat daily 7:30 a. it.
< helan Falls daily .11 00 a. am
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.rm
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.:nv
DOWN RIVER
Leave Brewster daily 4:00 a..n.
" 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 zu
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Rridge-
I>ort same night.
T. A. DAVIES, Gen. Mgr.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
REEVES A REEVES
Lawyers ,
Offices, second floor Wenatohee- Drug
Co's building.
Phones: P. S. 205; tanners.222
Wenatchee, Wash.
DILL 4 THOMAS
Lawyers
Suite 1 W. T. Rarey & Co's Building
Wenatchee, Wash.
E. F. SPRAGUE
Professional Funeral Director and
Licensed' Embalmer
A graduate by years of praotical ex
l>erieucc
Fanneis Phone 223 and 224
P. S. Phone 21 and 23
Wenatchee. Wash.
C. L. HOLCOMB
Lawyer and Notary Public
Office, two door* north of F. and M.
Bat.k
Wenatchee, Wash.
CRASS A CORBIN
Attorneys
I Mfiee Ocoorio X ye.
Wenatchee, Wash
R. W. CUTTS
Attorney at Law
,rnce i • ;•. d" ni mid State Courts
Wenatchee, Wash
Nettleton Shoes
IF IT'S A NETTLETON IT IS CORRECT and that means a great
deal to a man who wants a stylish shoe.
Perfect in style, shape, fit and wear--they combine all the good
qualities of all the fine shoes and are sold all over the country at
the uniform prices of
$6.00, $6.50 and $7.00
We hair* cut the price almost in two and will close out the tin*
FOR $3.75
Tfre assortment is being broken. YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY.
Farmers and Merchants Bank
OF WENATCHEE, WASH.
Capital - - $25,000
Surplus - - $2,500
General I -inking business". Correspondents? Bank of Caftfomia, Seattle;
Anglo-CalifTt-nla bank, San Fra~»olsco; Chase Nrtionaf bank, New Tork. First
National ba ?k, Chicago.
J. M. TOMPKINS, Pres. R. T. LEWIS V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier
THE
GOLD
MEDAL
At the St. Louis World's Fair
was awarded to ou *
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with :iie word's
best flour we win.
Wenatches Milling Co.
Wenatchee; Prodase Go.
Fruit, Flour, Salt. Seeds
and Farm Produce
Phones: Pacific States 211; Farmer* 772
WENATCHEE, W*SH.
Warehouses at Wenatchee-, Cas+irwere
and Malaga, Waon.
BUY
READY
COOKED
LUNCHEON MEATS
During hot weather
Tender and Tasty
HARLIN M EAT CO.
PALACE MEAT MARKET
Ira D. Edwards
WE MATCH EC VALLEY
REAL ESTATE
I -nqated Fruit L*nd,
Wheat and StocJk Farms, Residence
svtd BusiMes Property
WENA'CHEP WASHINGTON
Give
Your Wife
A Treat
Take her to ride some pleasant
Sunday afternoon or evening.
A nice rig and gentle horse with
just the right amount of spirit
at our stable. Phone us--346
and 141 Farmers.
EAGLE LIVERY AND TRANSFER CO.
Inc.
Who's
Your
Tailor?
Let me put my tape on you and
make you a suit that will fit well,
look well, wear well. IT DON'T
COST MUCH.
O. CALDWELL
FINE TAILORING Wenatchee Aye.
Phone 243
LOW FREIGHT RATES
TO AND FROM THE EAST
Rates quoted upon application. Don't sacrifice
your goods, get our rates and learn our method.
THE SEATTLE TRANSFER CO.
SEATTLE
WHOLESALE
H. L.
WIESTER
Successor to Bowen & Bower
■ ■ ■
Owing to the
death of his little
son the store of
H. L. Wiester will
be closed Monday
and Tuesday, July
24 and 25.
The nr\
ox
m
TYPEWRITER
Will do everything required of a type
writing machine.
Experts insist on it
Novices need it
Lightest touch
Greatest durability
——WE SELL IT
ALL MAKES SOLD AND RENTED
Pacific Typewriter and
Supply Co., Inc.
New York Block, - - - - SEATTLE
] ± Haggerty
WHOLESALE
...AND...
FAMILY
LIQUOR
STORE
1115 Ist AVENUE, SEATTLE,
WASHINGTON
With every five dollar order we give
a bottle of oar famous Port FREE.

xml | txt