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Local and Personal/
Money to Lean ou city and taim
property. Jno. A. Gellatly.
Fred G. Lewis, of Harrington, is. a
city vi-itor today.,
J. M. Hut ley, the Great Northern
road master.is in the city looking over
the railroad work being done in We
August Rasch, owner of one of the
south siie grain ranches is la the city
buying tall proisions.
The Sunday school teachers of the
Presbyterian church will'hold a busi
ness meeting in the church annex
Extensive alterations are being
made iv the Roosevelt hotel The
office is being enlarged to twice its
former size. The dining room will te
moved to the annex and the present
dining room cut cp into rooms for
H.G. McWTniter made a business
ttin to Malaga yesterday.
Dell Davis, of Bozeman. Mont., is
visiting at the home of J. Thomsa.
H.C. Camp, of the county surveyor's
office, who has been taking levels
and cross sectioning the work out the
Columbia river road, returned yester
day and is busy on the office work.
Earle Graham has accepted a posit
ion in the Butler and Hannan mens
Mrs. Frank Ross is slighiy ill today.
Davia Richrrdsou, of Quincy who
spent Tuesday in the city visiting at
the home of C. L. Holcomb, returned
to his home yesterday afternoon.
J. A. Charlton, of Malaga, was
transacting business in the city yester
Mrs. F. Chandler and J. A. Wing
of Entiat, were married at the resid
ence of J. A. Graves last evening at
F. M. Scheble left fcr Columbia
river yesterday on business.
Frank Mohler, the line man of the
Pacifica states Telephone Co., made
a trip to Chelaa yesterday for the
purpose of moving the office of the
ccmpany to new quarters He will
install new phones in Chelan falls in
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Erlgara Scherer to Elizabeth A'roth
TiO acies hear Leave"worth, $355.
Ed S. Russell to Hattie L. Eaptie,
two lots in the western part of Wenat
Chas A. Harlan to John Gorr 400
acres near Monitor, $5,500.
Otto G .H arlin to Harlin Meat Co.,
I. on lot on Wenatchee Aye., $3,040.
MRS. WILLIAM R. MERRIAM.
Mrs. William K. Merriam. wife of Minnesota's former governor, who was
also director of the eeoaoa a few years ago, spends much of her time in New
York. Newport and Washington, hut still considers St. Paul as her home. Be
fore her marriage she was Miss Laura E. Hancock.
f All the late book?, good reading for
: young and old. Keith's Book Store.
L. L. Work, president of the Com
j merciil Bank of Conconnlly, was in tho
i city yesterday. Mr. Work is one of the
execators of the J. M Haggerty estate
! and is on his way east to settle up the
j M. F. Holtzhuasen and wife of
Monitor, are guests at the Alberta
. B. J. Batie, a mining manofTwisp,
i is in Wenstachee on business.
J.M . Crowly, of Harrington, is
j visiting in the city.
j Mr. and Mrs. Earle Brown left "on
this moruiug's boat for their horn" in
Mrs. M. E .Henry, who was prostrat
ed with an attach of heart trouble a
week ago, is recovering.
Andrew and Miss' Marie Wilfret, the
father and sister of Mrs. M. Normau,
are ou their way West to pay her a
visit. They will go to the coast first
and stop on their way east.
I. A. Navarre, the county surveyor,
made a trip up the river Tuesday on
. official pus mess.
Fred Green iaer, of VVaterville. was
a passenger on tiie down river steam
The second te»m of the Wenatohee
high boliool will play the Leavenworth
high school boy« at the Chelan couniy
fair grounds nest Saturday. A small
admission "will be charged to help pay
the expenses of the Leavenworth team.
The game will be called at *:30 and
will he divided into twenty minute
j The work on the Wenatchee
sewer is about completed. The ripe
! has been laid from Col nmbia Aye. to
the river and the trench between Col
; umbia and Wenatchee Aye will be com
| pleted by the middle of next week.
Chas. Dolfy.wno has been assist
ing in the carpenter work on the Rose
I warehouse left for Spokane on the
i morning train yesterday.
Melltcn R. Mair, who fas been
sufferinc fiom a severe attack of blood
poisoning for f'e past six weeks , is
tow on the road to recovery.
Clias. A. Harlm to Harlin Meat Co.
rwo lots on Orou lo Aye. and 11
icies one mile east of Wenatchee.
Northern Pacific Railway Co. to
flarvey Follansbee, KiO acres 8 miles
south of Wenatchee. $400.
W. P. Watson to J. A. Geilatly, one
lot on Wenatchee Aye, $350.
Ezra Hilton to Anna Briggs, one lot
in Chelan 111,000.
FARMERS KILL 27
FINE HUNTING DOGS
SEATTLE, Nov.l .—Twenty sovei
hunting dogs, including deerhounds,
setters, etc., were killed in one week
by the ranchers living along Hood's
canal rnn. The killing of these dogs
is bnt the first move in a campaign
planned by the farmers in that section
in an effort to protect their rights
and to save their crops from devastat
ion aud rum. some years, every
since that part of the country has been
settled up in fact, the farmers there
h ye been bothered a great deal by
hunters, mostly from Seattle, who,
getting upon the trail of a deer, would
chase the animal across faims and
through fields regardless of the
KILLED BY CHINESE
HONGKONG, Nov. 1. —Five Ameri
can missionaries have, it is believed,
been murdered at Licnehow. Detail?
of the affair l a ye not yet been lect-iv
The names of victim? are given as
Dr. Chesiiut, Mr and Mrs. Feale and
Mrs. Machi and child. No details of
the massacre have beeu received.
Lienchow is a town ot 10,000 people
situated in the western portion of the
province of Kwang Tung at the head
of the gulf of Tong King, uot far
from the treaty port of Fakhoi.
IN ARTIC ICE
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. I.—Eleven
whaling vessels, comprising almost
the entire fleet which sailed from this
city, have been caught la the ice in
the arctic ocean. They will not bo
able to get out until next July or Aug
ust and in the meantime their crews of
440 men must face the hardsmhips o'
a winter in tiie north.
HORSE STAYS BY
HIS DEAD MASTER.
GREAT FALLS, Mont .Nov. I.—
An instance of unusual equine fidelity
has come to light with the finding of
the dead body of John Flynn, a cook,
on the prairie in Teton county, about
twenty miles from this city Flynn
had been dead five days whenjdiscover
ed and the horse that lie had been driv
ing had remained beside the body of
the master, without wn'er an! with
only grass to eat.
The animal was twen
ty feet of the corpse aud an examina
tion of the turf showed that ho had not
wandered farther than fifty yards from
the remains at any time. He was
still attached to tne buggy and the reins
were dragging on the ground. The
cause of tUynn's death has not been
ascertained. He has not been ill so
far as is known, althouan several
years ago he took a course of treat
meutfor heart trouble.
REVIVAL SERVICES BEGIN.
Rev. G. D. Hyrlen, the evaQtigelint.
who will conduct tlie revival services
at the Baptist church, has «nived iv
the cityani will preijch tonight in the
Baptist church. Throngh a mistake iv
the transmission of the telegram he
was not expected until next week and
the notioe published yesterday of the
postponement of the meeting was a re
sult of this error.
LOW FREIGHT RATES
TO AND FROM THE EAST ,
Rates quoted upon application. Don't sacrifice
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Delayed in transit
60 Men's Suits, all new, up-to-date styles,
were delayed In transit. We did not want to
accept them. They made us liberal conces
sions—you get the benefit. This lot contains
Worsteds, Cheviots, Clays and fancy woolen
Scotch mixtures. Suits worth up to $17.50
each—sizes 34 to 44.
NOTE--This does not mean our entire stock of Clothing --only
delayed shipment, on sale this week only.
per garment. Medium length, all colors, sizes
32 to 44, silk- and satin-lined. We are over
stocked in this line. Rather than hold them over
--this week only $4.95, worth $15.00 each
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