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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME 1.---NO. 60.
EARTHQUAKE IN
ITALY KILLS
HUNDREDS
Many Towns and Villages have been
Completely Destroyed by the
Violent Shock
OCCURRED IN THE NIGHT
370 Persons have been Killed and
Many more are Injured-Great
Loss to Property
ROME, Sept. B.—An earthquake
shock occurred iv the province of Cal
rabria and it is reported that 100 lives
were lost and four towns almost entire
ly destroyed
The prison at Monteleons di Calabria
collapsed, killing seven. The greatest
damage done was at Stefaconi, as near
as can be learned. The people were
buried in the ruins. Almost every
house iv the villages of Piscopio and
Triparni were destroyed.
The details of the earthquake at Cal
abria indicate that the casualties are
enormous. Up to the present time it
is known that many villages are total
ly destroyed, 34? people dead and hun
dreds injured. Reports coming in say
that the si ocks were leit at Naples,
Castellamae and Florence.
WENATCHEE FRUITS
FINEST AT PORTLAND
Tens of Choicest Fruit Sent to Pert
land doing Good Work in Advertis
ing the Ccunty to Visitors at the
Fair.
George Farweil, who now has charge
of the Chelan county exhibit at the
Portland fair is in the city to collect
several tons of fruit for exhibition'
He has spent several days in the valley
and will leave for Cashmer? tonight
to continue his work there. He will
return to tiie Fair the middle of next
week.
Iv Mr. EarweU's opinion the exhibit
is doing wonders in advertising the
valley People from the south and
east who see Wenatohee fruit are a
mazed. Dozens of inquiries are made
daily asking about the fruit and the
place where it was grown. The big
red apple aie what catch the eye of
most of the visitors aud are the sub
ject of much favorable comme f. A
number of Seattle people have told Mi 3
Farweil that their eastern friends have
returned from the fair enthusiastic
over Wenatchee fruit. It is conceded
by all of them to be the best fruit
display on the grounds.
•'The principal object now, " said
Mr. Farweil, "is to send us large fruit.
"We want large fiuit of every kind and
must have it to compete with our
neighbors. One large peach or pear is
of greater value tlian a plateful of
smaller ones. We must have them as
a means of attracting the attention of
the hurryirg visitor who has an eye
only for the unusual.
" .Venatchee's exhibit of apples is the
best on the grounds. No other exhi
bit can even approach it. Although
Yakima has the largest single peach
exhibited, we have a greater number
of largo peaches than they. Several
exhibitors have a limited quantity
of fruit that is larger thau that dis
played at the present time by Che
lan county, but I feel sure that I will
return to the fair with fruit that will
beat themall."
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RAIN LULLS RIOTS
OF MOBS AT
TOKIO
Government ot Japan has Ordered
Five Newspapers to Sus
pend Publication
MOB WRECKS ITO STATUE
Harriman Party Cancel Program for
Entertainment and De
part for Nikto
TORIO, Sep . 9.— The city is quiet
tonight. Complete reports from met
ropolitan and outlying district indicate
that tlieie was no disorder throughout
the night aud early morning. The
quietness of the night is ascribed to
a heavy rain, which scattered the
crowds, although tiie presence of mili
tary guards is having a beneficial effect.
The streetcar service has been suspend
ed at night and the suspension will
continue while there is danger of des
truction of cars.
The government has suspended a to
tal of five newspapers aud it is expect
ed that the publication of others will
be prevented.
Many believe that the most serious
part of the disturbance is over, unless
au accidental clash with the military,
resulting in bloodshed occurs.
The government has not indicated
its iutention regarding the summoning
of a special session of the diet, but it
is believed that a call will soon be is
sued.
Government ofiieirls and the better
class of Japanese citizens are express
ing their regret over the attacks on tho
Christian churches. They explain
tha: the aflffair was the result of local
conditions and does not indicate a ser
ious anti-foreign oranti-Chiistiaii feel-'
iug.
The members of the Harriman party
have gone to Nikko. having cancelled
the local program for their eiitertan
ment.
TOKIO. Sept. !•.—Following an an
ti-peace meeting tit Kobe last night a
crowd, estimated r-t 100, went to the
Minatogwa temple, where a statue ol
Marquis Ito had been recently erected
attached a rope to the srp.tue . hauled
it from its periestal and ''ragged it
through tie streets.
INSPECTOR DESTROYS FRUIT
S. W. Phillips Condemns Wagon!c3d of Pears
and Apples which arc Infected
with San Jose Scale
Fruit inspector S. W. Phillips con
demned a wagon load of fruit at the
boat landing yesterday.
|There were twenty-two boxes of ap
ples and five boxes of pears, which
were infected with San Jose scale.
The fruit, which came from up the
Columbia river, consigned to the can
nery, was destroyed under Mr. Phillips
orders. He states that there is no need
of the ranchers losing any fruit in this
way for the infection may be avoid
ed by spraying the trees at the pro
per time.
Mr. Phillips is making a very rigid in-
Spotioa of all the triut marketed here
and all tiiat is found infected will be
destroyed.
Birthday Party
Rudolph Nichols celebrated his ten
th birthday by giving a lawn party to
liis friends Thursday evening, from
four o'clock until seven.
The children had a most enjoyable
time playing games on the lawn. Sand
wiches, lemonade sherbet and cake
were served. Those present were:
Charlotte Groves, Flossie Webster,
Downna Fisher, Raymond Kaupp, Lu
verno Kaupp, Jack Rarer, Carl Brown,
Aubrey Patterson, Hazel Fenton, Ruth
Ferris, Flossie Gelleatly, Venetta Tre»
adwell, L3Bter Gellatly, Ray Bailey,
Fay Bailey, DessaHolm, Donald Briggs
Olga MoWhirter, Rudolph Nishols,
Tiessa Nichols.George Clark, Edward
Clark.
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1905
MORE GOLD THAN
QUARTZ IS
FOUND
Richest Strike since Discovery at
Cripple Creed Eight
Years Ago
OREB2PERCENTGOLD
Operators in Southern Nevada are in
Feverish State of Excite
ment as a Result
GOLDFIELD, Nev., Sept. 9.—One
of the most remarkable dicsoveries of
gold in recent years is just reported
from the Bullfrog Extension Mining
company's estate iv the Bullfrog dis
trict. A narrow seam of almost pure
tellurium ore has been encountered
which assays S per cent ' pure gold.
Not since the days of the great Isabel
la discovery in Cripple Creek eight
yeais ago, has such a remarkable find
been made, and the operators of south
ern Nevada ere in a feverish state of
excitement as a result. Th c 3nperin-
tendent believes the contact of the
vein that is being followed and another
that is indicated at the surface is near
at hand aud when opened up will he
found to contain on immense sheet of
high grade ore witii seams of tellur
ium carrying exceptional values of
high grade yellow metal.
In speaking of the discovery. R. S.
Scott, who brought the news of the
remarkable development to Goldfield
said the occurrenc of tellurium wat,
of far more than transient importance
to the entire district, as it denoted
great richness and permanencyin the
ore bodies of the region.
( | Clias. Kyle, who has been spend
j ing the summer on his ranch near the
i Wenatchee river returned to the city
I today.
Mr-. Minneta Vaughn, wlio has been
visiting at the home of Mrs. Marvin
Chase, returned to Cashmere today.
Mrs. II: M. Stowell, of Cashmere,
psent the day in Wenatchee.
County Clerk Christensen left for
Leavenworth today on a short busi
ness trip.
WIFE OF SIR GiLBERT PARKER,' CANADIAN NOVELIST.
Like many Englishmen, Sir Gilbert Parker, the famous British and Canadian
novelist, came to the United States for a wife. Lady Parker was a Miss
Vantine of New York. She aud her husband have a mansion in Carlton House
terrace, London, and another pretty place near Dorking, England. Here they
entertain the most famous statesmen and literary people.
ANARCHY STILL
PREVAILS AT
BAKU
Belligerent Factions Taking Every Op
portunity to Commit Murder
and Apply the Torch
MANY TROOPS ARE ARRIVING
Great Slaughter at Balakhan Hospital
where Shell Explodes Killing
Immense Numbers
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. I).—The
uprising in the Baku d'strict, accord
ing to the latest dispatches, apparent
ly has i>ass<-d the crisis, though the
situation still is s°ii jus and order is far
from being restored. In the oil dis
trict, and even in the city of Baku,
the bellingerent factious are taking
every opportunity to commit murder
and apply the torch Troops are stead
ily arriving in the district.
The number of reinforcements to
reach there up to uoon jesterday was
<;,00(> auu othets are on the way.
The conflagration in the pumping
plant and reservoirs at Ealkhau, Ro
mani, Sabunto and Bibicbat has not
burned itself out. but incendiarism ap
piveutly has not mace headway in the
refinery district of the "black town
BAKU, Sept. 9.— Street fighting
continued uuti 1 late tonight . The
consulates; Lwks and government
biiildhi|ia»aie guarded by troops.
jßybuhau wa* completely b'iraed cut
after tne Tartars had plundered it aud
although shot down iv masses by the
artillery the Tartars were not deterred
ironi their work of wreckage and loot
ing.
Fierce fighting and great slaughter
occurred at the Balaklian hospital,
where a tnousaud Armenian workmen
gathered.
Frank Osborne, who lias been spend
ing Jthe {past Jiew ; weeks in Leaven
worth, returntd to Wenatohee yester
day.
Miss Ethel McCureheon left for Se
attle today on the noon train to attend
the University of wssbin gton.
If You Have Five or Ten Acres
Choice and Close in
whjch you would be willing to trade for 20 acres very choice
land at Entiat, I have a bargain for you. Difference in value adjusted
ARTHUR GUNN
. . I REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT . . .
Cor. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouse St.
20 ACRES
Five Miles From Wenatchee
Water Right from Gunn Ditch
6 Acres 10-Year Old Trees
8 Acres Alfalfa
2 Acres Timber
2 1-2 Miles from Monitor
Rural Free Delivery, Phone
Fair Buildings
INCOME LAST YEAR $2000
PRICE ONLY $5000
Good Reasons for Selling BOUSQUET 6t HOLM
CARPETS
Our new Fall Stock of All-Wool
Ingrains and Art Squares is now
in and we can show you the larg
est line of these floor covering!
ever shown in Central Washington.
We also carry a nice line of samples
in Velvets and Axminster Carpets
from wnich we can order you a car
pet and get it in three days. Come
end look over our line and leave
your order. We lead while others
try to follow. Remember theplace.
E. F. Sprague Co.
Dealers in
Fine Fnrniture
Job Printing-The Daily World
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.

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