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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME 1.-NO. 66.
GOOO FOR THE
Washington Gladden Fails in His
Fight A Majority of Board of
REFUSE TO DISCUSS MATTER
Board will Hereafter Take Money
from Anyone who will
SEATLTE, Wash., Sept. Hi.—By a'
vote of 4(5 to 10 the American board nf
foreign missions today went oa record j
a 6 being opposed to further discussion j
of "tainted money in any ct its
This vote was not taken, however,
until the question had been threshed
out in all its phases, and the leading ;
Congregatiofcalhts of America had
voiced their sentiments on tlie subject.
Dr. Washington Gladden the leader of j
the minority, precipitated tlie discus- j
sion by introducing a resolution to the j
(Atfect that the officers of the board
fhould neither invite nor solicit cou- j
trtbntions to its funds from
whose gains were geuerally believed lo j
have been made by methods "morally
indefensible or socially injurious.*'
David Falts of Illinois immediately
offered; a substitute resolution calcula
ed to uphold the prudential committee \
in its attitude on the subject of such ,
gifts, and both were referred to a spe-1
cial committee, composed of Dr. Glad- j
den, Mr. Fales, ttev. Adams, Rt v.Mox- |
em, Rev. Thurston, W. W. Mills and
This committee s report was made a
special order of business at rha atter-
noon session. Two reports were snb-
mitted, one a majority signed by five
members and the other a minority re-
pott contaiinng the signatures of Dr.
Gladden aud Dr. Moxoui.
The latter was then pnt to vote and
ioat by an overwhelming majority.
HIDING IN ENGLAND
American Bigamist who is Identified
by his Portrait is now Hiding in
Manchester and is Engaged to
Several Girls in that Place.
LONDON, Sept. 15.—According to
i he Daily Mail, a propserous dentist,
sometime a resident of tlie "Strange
Ways" district, Manchester who snd
duly disappeared from here last Satur
day has been identified as Wiczhoff,
the Amerioan bigamist, by several
Jews and Jewesses, through a portrait
published in the Weekly Despatch.
The police received tbeir testimony
and ara acting on it. The dentist was
betrothed to four girls in Manchester,
three of whom identified the portrait.
His latest dupe was a New York
girl who is visiting in Manchester.
A Jewess who had a dowry of $1000
went to Germany on Sept. 5 to fulfill
a promise to marry him there. The
olentist is well educated aud affable
aud is alwys well dressed.
Capt. Ansel Griggs left for Seattle
on the noon train.
Henry Scnmidt, proprietor of the El
beta hotel, left for Seattle on the noon
Rent your house by a 3mail classified
ad in the Daijy World.
After three aud one-half hoars delib
eration, the jury in the caße of the
State vs. James Dnnlap, brought iv a
verdict of acqnital.
Three ballots were taken; the first
being Bto 3, the second 10 to 2 and
the third unanimous fcr acqnital.
Officers of Both Armies Sign Agree
ment after Consultation for
ABOLISH ALL HOSTLITIES
Consultation Held in the Open with
Consulting Officers Sitting
on the Grass
GTJNSHU PASS, Manchuria. Se'Sd
lo. —Owing to the variance between
Russia and Japan time Bad also the
fact mat tiie exact sp:it for a meeting
of the Russian and Japanese represen
tative? lias not been defined, Major
Genera! Cvanoviky, representing Gen
eral Linevitcn, was the last to ariive
fester da v morning at the place for tlie
armistice conference. The Japanese
delegation escorted by a guard of 50
men had already arrived under a flag
of truce. OvanOvsky and Fufcushinra.
representing the Japanese, exchanged
greetings and began the discussions ot
tlie conditions of an armistice. All
the houses on the spot having been de
stroyed, the consultation was held in
the open, the officers sitting on the
grass. After nine consecutive hours
ot negotiations the armistice was sign
ed. It takoß erlect Sept 18, agrees to
the abolition ot all hostile or inimical
acts and establishes a neutral zone of
four kilometers, wide between the two
armies,of which Shahotzn on the rail
way is the center.
Reception for Rev. and Mrs. Barnum
A reception was given last night at
the Presbyterian church for Rev. O. S.
aud Mrs. Barnurr.
Over 100 were present. Rev Mr.
Utter presided and Rev. Mr. Tanner
gave au address of welcome to which
Mr. Banium responded. Miss Lyall
Gamble sang. Misses Helen Keith'
Gladys Russel and Pearl Whisuaud re
Mr. Butxon sang a bass solo with
Refreshments were served, which
consisted of ice cream,coffee and cake.
The reception proved a most enjoya
ble evening to all present.
Cashmere, Sept. la,
F. Dora, who has been very sick for
a long time at Wenatchee, returned
to Cashmere today.
Rev Anderson today returned troin
Everett, where he had been attending
tlie M. E. conference.
Walter Toirence left for a visit at
the Portland fair.
Mr. A. B Brender raised some to
baceo.the leaves of which are 2 to 3
W. W. Conkiing, of Dcs Moines, la.,
is visiting G. W. Lessiuger.
J. D. Irwin, accompanied by his
wife and son, of Ciiicago. are visiting
ii. S. Irwin, of Cashmere. Mr. Irwin
is thinking of locating here permanent
Mr. A. Tliaver sold his ranch often
acres to Burdick Johnson for §1500.
This is considered a fine fruit farm.
J. Miller is still in town looking up
a suitable site for a meat market.
Mrs. E. H. Roop, sister of L. C.
Halferty, is visiting here a few days
before going to the Portland fair.
Mrs. P. Vartner, of Water ville, is
visiting Mrs. S E Blagg
Rent: 3 rooms ou Mission street for
small family without children, close
lo Whitman school house. Reply, T.
Box 63 City or the World.
Wanted—loo families to list the
rooms they have to rent daring the
week of the Chelan county fair, with
Secretary W. M. Olire.
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1905
Majority of Consulting Board of En- Gave The Sum cf $48,702 to the
gineers said to Prefer Sea Republican National Committee
Level Plan For 1904 Campaign
BOARD WILL VISIT ISTHMUS RPESIDENT PERKINS SAYS SO
Ho Decision will be Made Until Can- Democratic Success would Jeopardize
al Commissioners and Board Company.s Assets—Gives Liber-
see Isthmus Again
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.—A ma
jority of the members of the consult
ing board of enigneers of the isthmian
canal commission appear to favor a sea
level oanal. No attempt has been made
to pass upon this qaestion at any of
the regular board meetings, bnt the
fact is that the majority of the for
eign delegates, who hae been closely
studying the vast amount of data
collected and laid before the boaid
by the canal commission, are at pres
ent of the opinion that a sea level
canal would be better than a lock
The 'joard met to lay for the first
time iv a week in Washington and
talked about dams
A deciecion on the question of dams
was, however, postponed until the
board had visited tlie isthmus. The
members expect to sail rfom New York
with the canal ccmmission September
86 or -il
Miss Gladys Gamble returned from a
short visit to Garfield vestreday. She
will spend a few days here packing up
and than in company with her mother
and Mstei will move to Garfield.
Manager Harris of the ball team
woold ike to have all who areinteres-
ted in baseball meet at the fair
grounds tomorrow for preliminary
practise. Games have b°en arranged
for the three days' fair to be held at
Clielan aud tlie four clays' fair liere.
The games arranged are all with first
FREDERICK UPHAM ADAMS, NOVELIST AND WRITER ON
Mr. Adams Is a writer distinguished In many fields. In tbe first Bryan
campaign be was bead of tbe Democratic press bureau. Later be was ediror
of the New Time, a radical magazine iv Chicago. He then went to Xew York
and attracted considerable attention through tbe metropolitan papers by
designing a new form of railroad train. He next went to England and studied
municipal ownership, and his letters on this subject have been published all
over the country. Mr. Adams is the author of "John Henry Smith" and other
popular novels. One of the best known products of his pen is his "Colonel
ally in Former Years
WET ORE", Sept. 16.—George \V.
Perking, member of the rirm of J. P.
Morgan and company, and hist vice
president of tlie New York Lite Insur
ance company, was the star witness
at today's session of the legislative
committee probing life insurance met
hods, and his testimony was replete
with revelations in the developement
■if nuance a* applied by ueurauce com
The climax came when Mr. Perkins
was asked concerning an entry of ?48,
102 hra ledger, marked "ordered paid
by the president.'" Tlie check was
made out payable to J. P. Morgan and
company, and Mr. Perkins frankly
stated that it had Deeu paid to Cornel
ius N. Bliss. Mr. Perkins said:
"Thi° payment was made after very
careful deliberation It most not be
considered an ordinary contribution to
the campaign fund. It was paid be-
cause we felt the assets of tlie New
York Life Insurance company would
be jeopardized by Democratic success.
Mr. Perkins said contributions were
made also in 1900 and 189 C.
Real Estate Transfers
Wm. Pawson to E. V. Martin, 5
acres 1 mile southwest of Wenatchee,
Bacon et al. to M. Chase, 4 acres
south of Wenatchee, 83000.
T. H. McGongh to J. A.G ellatly, 5
acres w»st of Wenatchee, $600.
N. A. Montgomery to E. E. Labare,
one lot in Garden Home addition to
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
. . ; REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT . . .
Cor. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouse St.
2 miles from Wenatchee Depot A J AAA
5 acres 9 year old trees A-% f
2500 boxes of fruit this year VTIjUWV
Good water right mmm ' mmm^mm^mml
On Rural Free Delivery Route EASY TERMS
YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY
BOUSQUET & HOLM
Sunday, September 17
Rev. H. D. Stanley
"THE CHURCH AND THE SALOON"
General Admission 25c
Reserved seats on sale at Pogue's Drug Store
Residence Location Wanted
We have a customer who wants to buy a 50-ft.
lot on a good street and in a good neighborhood,
not too far from town. If you have any property
to answer this description let us know what your
best figures are at once.
l. v. wells & co.
In the old Bowen and Bower
building. Will open for busi
ness in our new up-to-date
two story brick Bower Block
Just Across the Street
Doors open at 2 p. m.
Lecture at 3 p! m.
the Last Day of
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