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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1905
President Roosevelt has discovered
a solid south, bat it is solid another
Anyone looking for a Russian grand
duke these dare should not fail to look
under the bed.
Will envions outsiders please take
notice that it was the horses that took
the prizes at the horse show?
If the railoßds could think of any
worse name than anarchy that is what
they woud call rate regulation.
Emperir Niohrla-i mci not woiry
about his job. Russia will need a
good figurehead for some time to come
Norway may have to take a non
union king, far the kind's union may
decline to furnish itjwith a guaranteed
Perhaps the Czar thought it would
be pleHsarter to hand ont a constitu
tion before his subjects pulled one
cut of him.
No doubt a rate regulation conven
tion packed by the opponents of reeul
ation looks like a desirable thing to
No one can say liar Rudyard Kip
ling does not keep abreast of the times
He has written a thrilling realistic
story of advei tares in an rirship.
Castro never fpels so much like
snuggling up in a friendly way to this
country as when some European pow-
begins to get busy with its war
Iv making peace the Japanese may
have foreseen that it would be useless
for them to try to do more barm to
Russia than it could do to itself if
Even more interesting than the
question as to what McCurdv did to
earn his salary is the question as to
what the state insurance superintend
ent did to earn his.
At a cafe in one <if the principal
boulevards <>f Paris sat Aleksei Lukitctl,
a Russian gentleman, twirling bis mus
taches. He bad good reason fur self
congratulation. High in favor with the
tzar, he bad long lteen employed in the
work of hunting down certain persons
suspected by H. L M. He had just
followed one of his master's bitteiest
enemies to Paris, secured bis arrest
and, by permission of the French gar
efiunent, was on the morrow to take
Lim to Russia.
A geutleuian ami lady eufered the
cafe ami glanced at th.- occupants, aud
the woman, whd was veiled, seeing I*u
kitch. though be did not notice her, said
something to her companion, and they
took seats directly opposite the Rns
siau. When for the first tine he looked
at her his eyes rested upon her curi
•'I will tr mblt* you. m'sieu. to CftUrO
your insulting stare," saiil tlx- wom
The Russian apologized, but the oth
er grew more and more violent till it
was evident that he was Intending to
force :i ipitnvl His insults came so
thick that there w:is but one recourse
for Lukitch—be tossed his card at the
man and turned his back. Meanwhile
the lady had retired to a distance, and
her escort, having produced his own
card, joined her.
Day was dawning and the hells of
Paris at a distance were striking the
hour of 4 when two carriages, soon
followed by a third, drew up in a road
In the environs and a party from each
passed to an open space beside a
stream. The man who the night be
fore had forced the quarrel advanced
to l.ukitch and said:
"Permit me. m'sieu, to aitologtsee for
my insulting lauguuge last night, or,
rather, to explain it. Early in the
evening a huly asked me to escort her
in a round of visits to the restaurants
In a search for some one she wished to
find. When she saw yon she asked
me to take the course I did. promising
that the affair should be taken off my
hands. M'sieu, I have the honor to
preseut your real antagonist."
A figure, smaller than the others
present, who had been standing back,
advanced, threw aside a cloak and re
vealed that she was a woman. She
was dressed 1u a tight fitting costume,
with h short skirt, such as girl* wear
In a gymnasium. The moment Lukltch
saw her be started.
"Varla!" ht- exclaimed.
"Varla lvanovua, at your service,
"What does this mean?" be asked
In a tone that indicated he knew It
meant a good deal to him.
"That the day of vengeance has
The others of both parties drew near.
Intenr or, this strange turn In the af
fair. The woman continued:
"You are a faithful servant of your
master. Aleksei Lnkitcb. He rewards
you for your service to him; it is my
part to punish yon for your treachery
to me. You made love well, Aleksei,
so well that you won my heart. You
had fine revolutionary sentiments, so
fine that they won my confidence and
I revealed our purposes to you. Do
you see these shrunken cheeks, these
prematurely white hairs? Well, these
come from prison life in Siberia, where
you sent me. It was during those bit
ter days In that dark wintry country
that I conceived this purpose, and
every day, except when I took part in
a hunger strike in which we were try
ing to end our sufferings by death. I
renewed my vow of vengeance. That
vengeance was to have been murder.
[ have changed It to death In an hon
orable way In the eyes of the world.
The woman spoke as though not for
a moment did she doubt the Issue of
♦he combat. To her euemy her words
teemed prophetic. The hand in which
he held his sword trembled.
Then he saw a throng of wretched
creatures, emaciated, starved, covered
with iwison filth, white from the shad
ow » which they Bred, gatheriusr
ab-*tit him and their champion. Their
eyes glistened as those of wolves hun
gry for his blood. He heard the wind
roaring through the Siberian forest,
now and again laden with the shrieks
of some prisoner crazed by suffering.
Above ibis wall came faintly tho
words "On guard!" spoken sharply by
his second to call him to himself. It
faiied tJ rouse him. Those looking mi
wondered- His condition was no piti
ful, he seemed such easy prey, that
both parties looked to see the woman
throw down her sword and jrive him
his life. But she, too. saw in memory
the thrjng of his victims. She saw. too,
the handsome fellow that had won her
heart for the purpose of lwtraying her
and these whose secrets she had given
him. Not oue look of woniauly pity
lighted her face, dark with her own
and others* revenge.
"On guard!" she cried.
'"On guard!" shouted the men of both
parties as matudores strive to anger a
Aleksei I.ukitch beard and roused
himself to die.
A few minutes later the woman
threw down her sword and walked
quickly to her carriage. There was no
womauly reaction. She did not shud
der: she did not weep. This phase of
woman's nature-at least for this one
man whom she had killed- had long
ago been elimiuated. Alone she had
come ou to the field, and alone she drove
away. She had sprung from whence no
oue knew and went uo one knew
whither. No angel of vengeance ap
pointed by heaven to avenge sorrows
heaped ou its suffering chUdrea could
have struck more mercilessly.
A tooth is a living structure. Inside
of each lootli is a cavity rilled with
pulp, which gives it life. Nerves and
blood vessels connect this pulp with
the general system and circulation of
the body. The ivory surrounding the
pulp is covered over by a surface of
enamel. Both ivory aud euamel are
harder than any other bones, because
they contain a greater quantity of bone
earth. Enamel on the tops of the teeth
is one-sixteenth of an inch thick. It
consists of little six sided prisms
placed side by side and held together
by an exquisitely line cement. The
pulp of the tooth becomes diseased and
toothache follows. Tartar is a secre
tion made by three glands in the
mouth, full of small, living organisms,
which assimilate matter in the saliva
and deposit it on the teeth in the shape
of phosphate of lime.
NEW YORK. Nov. I—Farther
promises to prosecute persons shown
to be-fjtilty ol crimes by tlie revela
tions cf life insurance company's offi
cers coming before the^New 4 York leg
islative investigation committee were
made today by District Attorney Jer
ome. The promises were made in re
ply to the construction which his rival
for offioe. James W. Osborne, pat
upon Mr. Jerome's recent statement
that, if re-elected, he would employ
Chsiles E. Hughes, now counsel for
the investigating commitee. to con
duct the prosecution of insurance
offenders. Mr. Osborne asked Mr.
Jerome if he wan to use Mr. Hughes
in order to shirk the conduct the in
surance prosecutions himself. Mr.
Jerome said in repiy:
"I have felt all along in regard to
tht.se insurance matters that crimes
have been committed, and that the
persons guilty of these crimes must be
prosecuted, and it is my intention, as
I have said on several occasions, to
prosecute to the bitter end every per
sou connected with thesa insurance
matters against whom it is possible to
obtain showing the commis
sion of a criminal offense.
Extract of a
Letter to us
" I would like to thank you for the
kind attention you have shown us in
the past, as all work for us has been
very satisfactory and lyour charges
have been vary reasonable.
Yours very truly,
E. R. BIRD."
Eagle Livery ATransferCo.
Classified ads 6 cants a Una each In
sertion, minimum charge 10 cent*.
R. W. Oatts—Practice in Federal
and State Courts. Phone Farmers 245
C. L. Holcomb practices in all courts
Farm loans [made at lowest rates.
Crass ft Corbin. Special attention
to probate law. Office over Fft M Bans
GENERAL E LACKSM ITH I NG.
Ross Brothers, Wagon Worn, Rubber
Tires a specialf. Band Sawing.
For Rent—Nice furnished room,
down town. Apply at World office.
Good house, six rooms, plastered,
city water, rent $12.50 per month.
Walter M. Olive.
C. G. Hall, Undertaker and Funer
al Director. Mrs.C.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
First class hand laundering. Schill
ing Home Laundry. Farmers Tel 423
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Wallender and McCoy, Physicians
and Surgeons. Forde block.
D. P. Milliken, Vet. Sur. Office O'Con
nor's barn. Night phone P. S. 571.
WANTED TO RENT
Wanted—A six or seven room house
with modern improvements, bath room
oeutrally located. Apply. Permanent,
FOR SALE- - FARMS
$2500—b acres 94 mi lis from Wenat
chee, good boose of 6 rooms, good
barn. .Buildings alone cost. $1350.
All in orchard, clo-e to school and
has one of the best water rights.
Bousquet sud Holm.
$13,500 —1,500 acres fine timber lands
nnd pood jiastare, sure to double in
value iv a short time. Fituated only
10 miles from Wecatchee. There is"
enough timber on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bousqaet and Holm.
$5,000—20 acres near Cashmere, all
under water. 50 trees bearing and
600 yonng'trees, .'} acres in alfslfa,
small house, small barn. Terms
Boosquet and Holm.
$3000—0.9 acres * s mile from high
school, about £0 acres under water
with good right, Over 60fruit trees.
Bousqaet and Holm.
FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS
A nearly new bicycle for sale cheap.
Inquire Blauchard's cafe.
For Sale— Double dahlia bulbs, par
pie, black, variegated, red 10 cents each
Dora E. Fletcher. R .F. D. No. t.
Get up-to-date job printing at the
Daily World office. New press, new
type, high grade work.
Gold Filled Watohes, American
movements -Warranted 10 years, $6.75
Ganranteed as advertised. Ameri
can Watch and Jewelry Co. 908 First
Avenue Seattle Waslh. Give us a trial.
' For Sale—About 25 tons of carrots
$ 7 per ton at. the ranch on the Lock
wood place. G. R. Broheek, R. F.
D. No. 1. Fa in cis phono fB.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$3500 —14 acres with plenty of water,
all titular cultivation. 8 acres in 2
year old trees. Situated 3., miles
from Wenatchee and % mile from
school. Termi K 2 cash.
Bousquet and Holm.
$2100 —10 acres, 3., miles from town,
all good land and under cultivation.
Water right paid in fall.
Bousquet and Holm.
$3200 —10 acres 1 % miles from po*t
office, 400 trees, house of 4 rooms,
small stable. Terms, % cash. BM&
"2 Bousquet & Holm.
$4000—10 acres. Imile out, 5 acres
in 8-year-old orohard. Terms reason
able, Bousquet and Holm
$3000 —76 aores,6o acres good farm
laud, 40 acres iv cultivation, 125 trees
5 acres in alfalfia, 2 acres iv timothy.
% mile to rural mail. 1 mile to school
9 miles from city. Team wagon, hack
,two oows, T hops and farming imple
ments all go with the place. Terms
cash. Bousquet and Holm.
FOR SALE--SUBURBAN PROPERTY
Morning Side tracts, low prie?, easy
terms, waler right, close in. For full
particulars see Walter M. Olive.
Five acres unimproved, close in,
good location, first class soil, water
right, a snap at $950
Walter M. Olive.
Wanted—lroners and man ale girls
at Wenatchee Steam Laundry.
HELP WANTED MALE
solicitors. Apply at the Daily World
Wanted—A man to travel with
horse and baggy to sell safes to far
mers. Liberal contract will be made
with right party —Address Z. World
WANTED—Correspondents in every
town iv North Central Washington,
inoladiug the counties of Douglass, O
kanogan, and Chelan. Address World
Publishing Co. Wenatchee. Wash.
Wanted—lob carpentei and a brick
mason at the Columbia hotel
Tlie Blanchard Cafe is a new place
to eat. It is perfect iv its appoint
ments, the neatest and best place in
town. Its manager kuows the res
tauraut business and the value of
permanent custom. Speoial atteu
tion given to three things: first, the
selection of proper food; second, th*>
best cooking; third, the best service.
The new restaurant has boxes for
ladies and makes as pecialty of serv
ing banonets and theatrr parties.
WE carry the largest stock on the
Pacific coast. .Norm Safe and Lock
Will exchange for tarm or ranch
property in Chelan County, Wenat
chee valley preferred. 2 lots 30x140
each on the corner of 24th aye. and E.
Helen St., Seattle. The property is
located in Madison Park addition, a
fine residence district north of Mad
sou St. and adjoining Capitol Hill on
the east. There is on the property a
7 room house all modern including
gas and electric fixtures. The prop
erty is valued at $2,700. Address A.
B , World office.
A Splendid income property, five apart
ments, three rooms each, heat, elec
tricity, gas ranges, basement laundry,
new, beautiful view, walking distance,
ueurPike St.. Seattle, yielding $140
per month—l 7 par cent on price, $10,
000. Will exchange for fruit ranch.
Owner, 637, N. Y. Block, Seattle.
FOR SALE--CITV PROPERTY
$425—G00d 4-ro<im house, plastered.
Tonus cash. Bousquet and Holm.
$1100— (I-room house close to school.
Lot, 50x150. City water, ]i young
trees. Terms casn or will trade for
smail ranch. Bousouet and Holm.
13.10— 4.-loom house, lot l;0x.ioo one
block from Stevens school. Terms
casn - Bousquet and Holm.
Five acres within city limits, two
year old trees, good fence, water right
covers property. This will not last
long at $3500. It is a bargain.
Walter M. Olive.
A modern two story house, seven
rooms, bath, cellar, all necessary out
buildings, four lots, close to business
center on one of the first streets in
town, r.i bt-aring trees, *lioo down and
balance in one and two years. Apply
by letter. Address box :}»U Wenatchee
Brick Store buildiug ou Wenatchee
Aye. Good location. Fixtures for
sale. For particulars apply Bousquet
SITUATIONS WANTED- -MALE .
Wanted—By young man, a place to
work for boarn while going to school.
Address D. World office.
SITUATIONS WANTED- -FEMALE
Wan ed—Position as housekeeper by
thoroughly competent young woman
in small family. Address J. B.
Wright Montera, King Co., Wash.
Gold Filled Watches, American
movements-Warranted 10 years, t»> 75.
Gauranteed as advertised. Ameri
can Watoh and Jewelry Co., »08 First
Avenne, Seattle Wash. Give as a trial.
Genuine American watch in 20-yr.
gold filled case. Warranted. #6.50, at
Thomas the Jeweler.
Gold Filled Watches, American
movements-Warranted 10 years. |8.?6
Gauranteed as advertised. Ameri
can Watch and Jewelry Co. !108 First
avenne. Seattle. Wash. Give ns a trial.
REEVES A REEVES
Offices, second rioor Wenatchee Drug
Phones: P. 3, 681; Fanners 222
DILL A THOMAS
Suite 1 \V. T. Rarey ft Co s Building
E. F. SPRAGUE
Professional Funeral Director and
A graduate by years of practical ex
Fanners Phone 223 and 391
P. S. Phone 31 and 38