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title: 'The Wenatchee daily world. (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, September 16, 1905, Image 4',
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FATHER TOOK THE
CHILD AND MOTHER
CHOOSE DOG INSTEAD
Denver Man and Wife Separate and
Divide Their Possessions, 'he Man
Chosing Little Daughier and the
Woman taking the Dog.
DENVER Sept. 5.— Talius V. Smith
or Denver, and his wife decied to sep
arate. They diviled their poseasioui,
including their ojly child Marvel aud
tiieir dog Rowdy. Mrs. Smith did not
caie for the little girl, she ssid, and
was willing to take the dog, so the fa-
ther took the daughter and the mother
took the dog.
Now. however, Mr s Smith has sued
for divorce and decided that she wants
the little girl. She charges her hus
band with having kidnapped the baby
with the intention of takiug her out of
"We made a division of property,"
explained Smith. "When we aama to
tlie question as to who should have the
child, Mrs. Smith said, 'Ob. I don't
know whether I want Marvel or not
hut I guess I'll take her,' I told her
I wanted Marvel. 'Then I'll hike
Rowdy,' she laughed, 'I'd rather have
him any w iy.' M
him any w iy.' "
. Twisp, Sept. 15.
The Portland fair visitors haw all
returned, those coming in las> night
being: Mrs. Dr. Couche, Mis. Great-
Our new Fall Stock of All-Wool
Ingrains and Art Squares is now
in and we can shew you the larg
est line of these floor coverings
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 iook over our line and cave
your order. We lead while others
try to follow. Remember theplace.
E. F. SpragueCo.
house and Miss Loleta Risley. Miss
Frankie Magee also returned from nn
'extended viait to Spokane.
The question of a mail route from
Twisp to Oouconully la being agitated.
The Tdethow Trading Co. has erect
t ed a warehouse 20x40 feet.
Plasterers are at work on the new
dwelling house of Prof. Plessinger.
Miss Rosemond Coon is visiting at
The Metnovv Creamery Co. has add
,ed a set of burrs for grinding freri.
This is an improvement long needed
in tne valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Nickell, of
fonconully, are visiting with Mi. Nic
kell's brother Ed. ot this place. Their
daughter Ellen is attnding our high
school. Miss JSicbell is a bright stu
dent, having won the $100 prize offer
ed last year by Congressman Cuehman
1 for tlie best essay on the Lewis and
The Noel residence is agaio occupi-
Ed by the Noel family, who ha**e re
turned from Siate creek.
Stock cattle are plentiful aud cheap
in the valley. Hay is plentiful and
many will be fed here the coining win
EPH RATA NOTES
Ephrata, Sept. 15.
Mrs. Bergen returned from an ex
tended visit to the Lewis and Clark
Mrs. Porter bus gone to the fuir at
Portland and to visit friends and rela
tives in Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs E. O. Tolford have the
fever. Minor Pate is also sick. Mr.
Lewis' daughter, who has had the fev
er loi S'vera) weeks is very low.
Mr. W. Watkins' children tcok the
train at this place today to visit their
grand father at Rockford.
V nice rain fell here Wednesday.
D. .A Beal, president of the Chelan
county fair association, returned yes
teiday from a vacation spent in the
east. He is taking an active part in
the management of tlie association and
is superintending the preparations of
the coming fair,
Money to loan. John A. Gellat'y.
Mis. Arthur Cunn nas been forced
to resign her position as superiutei -
dent rf the Boral display at the county
fair, on account of ill health. Mrs.
T. A. Nichols has been appointed as
Dr. Cameron, Dentist. EUis-Forde
Local commission men state that the
Seattle and Spokane markets have
been over run with Wenatchee fruit
during the past week aud iv conse
quence the prices have been very low.
Peaches and pears suffered most from
the slump, though the prices of other
produce, notably cnnteloupes have
been very weak. Tbe prices today,
however are on the rise and the best
figures of the week are being offered.
The rise in peaches is especially
Millinery opening at the Wenatchee
Department Store, Monday and Tues
lay, Sept. ISth nnd 19th.
Fred Crollard left for Seattle last
uiglit to attend the stare university.
Norman McDonald was fined $10
aud costs aud given teu days ou the
chain pang by Judge Palmer yesterday
McDonald is a habitual drunkard
and has caused the city authorities
Wanted—loo families in Wenatchee
to list the rooms they have to rent
during the week of tbe Chelan county
fair, with Secretary W. M Olive.
Miss E. Nlch'dls, teacher of the Stli
grade, arrived in the city yesterday
from iier home iv Marvsvil'.e, Nebrp.s
C. T. Wickers and Walter Norton,
of Waterville, were in the city yester
Dr. Whitaker dentist, is now in the
Griggs block, over Department store.
M. Mclntyie, a well known resident
of Lakeside, was in the city yesterday
Beginning Sunday, the evening ser
vices in all the local churches will
commence at 7:30 instead of 8.
Miss Nora hhodes, who has been ill
with the jauudice is better.
Millinery opening at the Wenatchee
Department Store, Mouday and Tues
day, Sept. 18th and l'.Hh.
The Floricultural society met at
the homejsf Mrs. T. A. Nichclls yes
The N. I. T. club will meet next
week to officers and to make oth
er preparations lor the coming year.
Millinery opening at tlie Wenatachee
Department Store Monday aud Tues
day, Sept. 18th and 18th.
Mrs. J. A. Wolf, who has been vis
itiug her parents in Spokane, returned
to Wenatchee a few day ago.
Best line£of tablets and other school
supplies at David Keith s Wenatchee
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Sprague. accom
panied by Mr. aud Mr. F. Pobjoy wiil
leave for the Portland fair tomorrow
for a stay of about ten days. From
Portland Mr. and Mrs. Pobjoy will go
-totlieir home in Barabo, Wis., by way
of Sah Franciiico.
J. C. Card is very low and but little
hope is entertained of his recovery.
Mr. Card is 77 years old and is one of
the pioneers of King county.
Parrish, Millinery, Mission St.
Rev. Stanley has been requested to
give an account of his work in the
Seattle slums . He will do so in his
lecture at the Weuatchee theater to
morrow afternoon. This will be of
speoial interest to educators and
Mrs. L. C. Pani3h opened her new
millinery store on Mission street yes
terday. About two hundred ladies
were present and were delighted with
the display. Mrs. Parrish has had
years of experiecne in her profession
in New York and other large eastern
cities. Her hats are mostly d.stinct
creations of her own and the display
of millinery to be seen at the new
store is one of the best in Wenatchee.
E. M. Chapman will superintend the
field, orchard and farm section of tlie
Chelan county fair. Mi. Chapman re
places George Farwell, who will be
unable to attend to trie matter on ac
count of his services being required at
the Portland fair. The fair managej
ment is very mucli pleased to secure
the services of Mr.C liapman Who has
had considerable experience iv this
line of work. For six weeks he had
charge of the Chelan county exhibit at
the Portland fair .and was in charge of
the Chelan county booth at Yakima
last year when so many premiums
were secured for this county
AIRSHIP MAKES A
AT PORTLAND FAIR
Areonant Beachey Makes Most Re
markable Flight in Mid-Air above
the City and Returns in Forty-Five
Minutes to Exact Starting Place.
PORTLAND', Sept. 1 "..—Lincoln
Beachey, navigating Oapt. Baldwin's
airship, "City of Portalnd," .diicli
was floated by the gas bag of George
Tomilson's "Gelatine," tod*y made
what was probably the most wonder
ful exhibition of aerial navigation
At precisely 11 o'clock, the lionr
promised, Beachey left tne Lewis and
Clark fair grounds, traveling eastward i
over Thunuan street to a point over
Twenty-third street north, then south
parallel to Twenty-third street to a ■
point over Washington street to Sixth.
Beachey then described a circle a
round the Oregonian tower. Turning
his machine homeward, Beachey, in
the face of a wind that varied from
three to six miles an hour, nt 11:25
•tatted directly northwest toward tlie I
fair grounds, where he airired at
11 42 o'clock and landed within three i
feet of the starting point. During the
course of his flight the aeronaut vari- !
ed from a maximum 1000 leet to 850
feet, to which altitude lie deseeuded
when" nearest the Oregonian building.
As he passed The Oregonian tne
crowd on the loot of that structure
shouted words ot congratulation, and
the answer of Beachey, "Hello, peo
ple!" was distinctly heard.
Tbe presence of the airship compell
ed a complete suspension of business
for nearly haif an hour even the stieet
cars coming to a Standstill owing to
the fact that thousands ot people on
tlie streets had their taces turneu heav
enward and refused to move from
their points cf vantage in the mid
dle of the street.
Business men, clerks and laboring
men alike, bareheaded] and in their
shirt sleeves rushed from their places
of employment and stcod wonderstrick-
en at the performances of the aeronaut
and tne airship named for the Rose
Wenatciiee Market Report.
Peaches .83 to .<*>o
Harriett peais .05 to .85
Other varieties .... .50 to .75
Plums .40 to .50
Canteloupes • - . - - - .40
Fall apples, eating - - .00 to 1.00
Cooking apples .... .75 to .85
Winter apples - - - - .75 to 2.00
Pears and peaches in oulk
fcr canning, per ponud, - - - .01.,
The Harlin Meat Market furnished
the following prices;
Steers, per cwt. - - $2.35 to $2.73
Cows, " - - 1.75 to 2.00
Calves, prime 4.()0
Hogs 5.50 to 5.75
Spring Chicken .10
Geese •l*', 1 a
Hides, dry .10
Hides, groen .05
Dressed Veal .... .05 to 07
Garton and Little are paying the
following prices for meats today;
Steers, per cwt. $->.(!0
Cows " 2.00
Hogs " 5.50
Dressed Veal, small, per cwt. - 7.00
Hevis, per lb.
Spring Chicken, per lb. - -
Hides, green, per lb. - - -
Hides, dry " - - - -
Wanted—loo families in Wenatchee
tc list the rooms they have to rent
drning the week of the Chelan county
fair , witii Secretary Walter M. Olive.
Don't Borrow Trouble
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
bnt tlie worst thing yea can possibly
borrow is trouble When sick, sore,
heavy, weary and worn out by pains
and poisons of dyspepsia, billiousness,
Fright's disease, and similiar disorders
Internal, don't sit down and brood
over your symptoms, but fly for relief
to Electric Bitters. Heie yon will find
save and permanent forgetfulness of all
your troubles, and your body will not
be hardened by a load of debt disease.
At U. G. Pogue Drug Co., Price 50c.
Wenatchee Department Store
Monday and Tuesday
September 18 and 19
Accept our invitation to visit our Mil
linery Department. We shali present for
your inspection and approval the greatest
showing of imported French styles, also
a large and beautiful line of goods from
the best American designers. Our stock
includes the very finest designs in Tour
ist and Tailored styles. Every lady who
enjoys and appreciates the beautiful
should accept our invitation to be our
guests on this occasion.
Miss Flora M. Kirk in charge
TO THE PUBLIC
We are here at last to give the general public
an honest deal. All goods sold by us will be
found as represented. We can se'l you high
grade Farming Implements and Vehicles and
give you bids on Building Hardware in quanti
ties from $50.00 to $50,000. New and Sec
ond Hand Goods Bought and Sold.
OUR SPECIALTY LIST
Inventions passed upon and perfected
Small machine work
Brazing of all Kinds
Work that requires superior workmanship es
pecially solicited. Testimonials furnished on
The Catchall Store Co.
Mrs. Mary Gilette was on Haiti
Scrabble bill Wednesday afternoon
looking after h?r interests.
George Broheck was a Wenatchee
Rev. J. A. Graves ha3.purchased 20
acres of improved la u d of J. Usher.
The Shemilt school commences Mon
day morning with Miss Kennedy, of
Los Anpeles, Cal., as teacher.
I. M. Berifield has just finished pack
ing the peacli crop off two thirds of
an acre of ground. There were 105
trees on the ground aud they produced
1800 boxes of fruit which Mr. Derifield
sold to the Wenatchee Produce compa
ny tor 40 cents per box or a total in
come of $520 from two thirds of as
Ed. Daniels, of Stemilt liili, was a
county seat visit >r Wednesday.
Mrs. Samuel Gulick started Thurs
day for Mt. Vernon, Wash., for a few
weeks visit with friends.
P. O. Vaal expects to start soon for
Portland to see tbe fair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C.I Corcoran made
a trip to Wenatchee Friday to meet an
old friend of Mrs. Corocrao.
Malaga, Sept 15
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