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title: 'The Wenatchee daily world. (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, November 07, 1905, Image 4',
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Local and Personal,
Money to Lean on city and laim
propeity. Jno. A. Gellatiy.
Mr. and Mrs. Busloh, of WaterviUe,
were passengers on the down river
Homer S. Mohr. editor of the
Ephrata Record'niade a business trip
to this city yesterday.
Get a pair ol our $3.60 Bradley
shoes for $2.67 The Knew.
.7. E. ttter. of Stehiken, is in the
city today attending to business mat
$1000 to loan for one year on good
first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm.
C. L. Landley, of Leavenworth, is
iv a city visitor to lay.
A $2 hat for 97c at The Knew.
W. H. Delauev of Chelan is in the
city today renewing old friendships.
Rnssel Keene, who with his fat her
has charge of the Columbia River Lurn
ber company's warehouse in Rook
Island, is iv the city today visiting
Be*r Courtway and J. Seaman, pro
prietor of the Eagle Livery are in
Hartli»e securing a number of new
horses for use in Wenatohee.
Fair dealing and your money back if
not satisfied is the policy of The Knew
Davi:l Gray and J Lee made a busi
ness tiip to Cashmere tcdav.
Walter Olive states thnt the Morning
Side addition lots are point; like hot
cakes. Though the lanri his been on
the market only a short time, over a
third ot the lots hate already been
tn loan for one yerr on good
first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm.
Wenatchee Hotel from J. H. Morrel
yesterday. The consideration was
$3000. Mr. McGough does not antic
ipate making a n y changes and will
renew the recently expired lease of
Mrs. H. E. Gray, who has operated
the hot6l for the past year.
Mi. and Mrs. H. C. Littlelield ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Schehle left on this morning's boat
lor WaterviUe. iLey will be [the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stanley
while in that city. The party will re
F. E. Prewitt left for Chelan thiE
morning with the vaudevile oompany
that played two nights ar the Wenat
chee Theater last . week. From
CX lan the ccmpany will go to Water
viUe where they will play three
nights. Mr. Prewitt is arranging tc
book the company along the line ol
the Great Northern.
County Clerk Cluistenson made a
business trip to Leavenworth this
afternoon. He will return on the
freight this evening.
Franß Reeves left on the noon train
for Leavenworth on business.
Joseph Ounningham of the Advance,
made a irip lo Ci si mere this after
noon on business.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid society
will hold a soci?l at the church Thurs
day evening. A missionary box is be
ing prepared to send to the Indian
school at Neah Bay and everybody is
invited to bring something to belp
AT THE THEATRE
Tne Mack Swain company opened
at the Wenatchee Tneater for a week's
engagement last night, offering the
bill "The Rose of Virginia- to a
good audience. The play and tbe com
pany were a rev elation to the Wenat
chee theater goers and were greetei
with the wildest enthusiasm. The
curtain went up on a garden scene
at the mansion of Judge Randolf of
Richmond, Virign ia, showi lg a lawu
party. The garden was a solid mass
of red and white roses, and to make it
more realistic a fruutain was playing
in the center and the perfiine of mag
nolia was wafted ovor the audience.
PACKERS ARE TRYING
TO DODGE PROSECUTION.
CHICAGO' Not. <*».— Complete im
munity from profecution under the
Souvenir post cards for Wenatchee,
Cashmere and Lake Chelan lor sale at
C. L. Holcomb made a busiuess trip
to Quincy today.
Roy Kain won a srold watoh fiom
an eastetn cereal company by piecing
together seven puzzles contained in tbe
J. S. Claycool.oneof the ranchers cf
the valley left ou the afteruocn train
for his old home i 1 Nebraska wnere
he will spend the winter.
Get next to our good wool under
wear and keep warm. The Knew.
Fred Kocha rancher of Ritzville. is
in the city today. We is accompanied
by Jocab Dobschlangh, a leighbor.
They will remain in Wouatchee for a
couple of days looking over the valley
with a view to investing here.
$1000 tn loan for one year on good
first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm.
Bob Osturue of this city, who has
charge of the Malaga warehouse of
the Wenatchee Produce company all
summer, lias been transferred to Wenat
chee. He will have chaige ot the
company"? new warehouse on Wenat
Dan O'Connor and William Oonrov
looked upon the wine when i r was red
last evening. This morning Judge
Palmer taxed them the usual f5 and
costs. They paid.
You can bny a 700 dress shirt for ISo
ac The Knew.
Though County Surveyor Favarre
has widely advertised for bids oa the
construction of the Red mountain road
none had been submitted at the time
set for opening the bids yesterdar.
Mr. Navarre has decided 10 let the
matter rest until sptiug He can give
no reason for the lack of interest in
the building of the road.
Every act was a picture set with
bright new scenery. The company
is by far the strongest that lias ever
played in Wenatchee. So well balanc
ed that if we weie to praise one it
would mean *he whole company.
Manly men, beautiful women, that are
artists in Ifcs tiue meaning of thejterm.
We predict orowneded houses the bal
ance of the week.
Evangelist D. G. Hyden preached to
almcbt as large a crowd last night as
he did Sunday night. His topic was
"Jesus the Source of Eternal Life,"
i and he took for his text the scene
■ where Jesus and the woman of Sam
aria met at Jacob's well, and he took
occasion to denounce in scathing terms
j the divorce evil. He has announced
that he will undertake tonight at the
Baptist church, to prove, by the help
of God, that if there is no future stats
for man, a lie is better than the truth.
The stoutest skeptic cannot listen
to Rev. Hydn preach without being
♦houroughly convinced that he be
lieves what he says'
P. P. Hoicomb and B. B. Holcomb
together have purchased the two lots
on Orondo avenue now occupied by
the Pearl grocery and the Advance
office. The price paid was $1742.50
John Bavue. of Fayette, la., was . the
former owner of the property.
The sale is subject to a lease running
to Dec. 31 of this year by the Ad
vance and the grocery company.
indictment- returned by the grand Juf?
several months ago is claimed by J.
Ogden Armour and other defendant
packers and agents charged with being
the promoters in the socalied "Beef
Trust." in an additional plea filed
iThe plea, which cartie as a com
I plete surprise to the bov< ri merit,as
-1 serfs that when Commissioner Gar
field, of the department of commerece
and labor investigated the beef trust,
he piomised the packers that whatever
testimony they gave without being
und«r oath, they would have the same
immunities as if they testified under
oath and compulsion.
It is said that Carried Kas been ask
ed concerning exactly what occurred
during the investigatiton. The plea
alleges that notwithstanding tbe
• promises of the government, the tes
timony and evidence productd by tbe
defendents was Jgiven to the depart
ment of justice and final? to the local
GETS 144 AWARDS
Revised Premium List Shows that
Chelan County Secured More Medals
Than Any Other County from Any
State Exhibiting at Portland Fair.
In a letter to Arthur Gunn dated
Nor. 2, ci. closing the list of Chelan
county awards at the Portland fair,
Elmer E. Johnston, the executive com
missioner says: "Chelan county made
a*thirty per cent better showing than
any other county, from any state ex
hibiting at the fai , whio i I am sure
will be very gratifying to you as it is
to all of us.
"Congistlating you on the excellent
showing made by your county and
thanking you cordially for your kind
interest and generous cooperation, be
"Very trnly yours,
' 'Elmer E. Johnston.''
One hundred and forty four prem
iums were awaided to Cl.dsn county,
thirty on? gold medals, twenty one sil
ver medals, sixty eight bronze medals
and twenty four honorablee mention
diplomas weie secured.
Cnelau county won three aidd medal
toi a collective exhibit ofjmiscellaneous
vegetables," miscellaneous frnit. and
a display of cold storage winter apples
crop of 1904. Individuals from We
il atchee won 17 of tbe thirty one gold
medais awarded, Cashmere was ne\t,
the remainder of the towns beintr nl.ont
evenly divided. The apple displays
won 12 of the prizes.
Wenatchee took the bnlk of the silver
medals a warned, 11 being her shar\
Cashmere was second with five. The
silver medal awards were for exhibits
of fruits other than appes. Only six
of the medals were given to applts'ex
Wenatchee took half of the bronee
medals. Cashmere was second with a
total of 19 of this class of awards. As
in the silver medals hut few of the
bronze medals ere awarded tor the ap
ple hibits. The bronze medals were
awarded for fruit and vegetables, in
cluding almost every product of the
Wenatchee secured ten of the honor
able mention diplomas. * Cashmeie
was next with seven. Diplomas werf
awarded for almost every product of
the county, ranging frcm almonds to
FOUND A BURGLAR
UNDER HER BED.
ANSON A, Conn., Nov. C.—For
ten years it has been the habit of
Mrs. Joseph McKenzie. of Bodge
street, to wind the clock and to peer
under her bed for burglars before re
tiring at night. She peered under the
bed as usual last night and saw a pair
She thought at first they were
her husband's, but to makeßure, she
tried to drag them out. Then she dis
covered it was the burglar for whom
she had beeu looking so long. The
shock was too much for her. She
screamed for help. The burglar was so
wedged that he could not move nor
did he try. Then she dashed wildly
about the room. So excited that she
mistook a window for a door and jump
Her bedrom iron the third floor ot
the house and she fell to the lawn
beneath. Luckily her fall was broken
by bushes and she arose to her feet,
not thinking of her hurts bat of the
burglar. She dashed down the street
to the police station. The burglar was
taken to jail.
NEGLECRED IN CUBA
WASHINGTON, D. C.. No*. 6.—
Senatoi Co Horn, chairman or the fore
ign relations comtnittts of the senate,
called upon the president this morning
and lodged a complaint against the
Cuban government for not keeping its
promise to maintian the city of Havana
tn a sanitary condition.
WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE
Griggs Block N. I. NEUBAUER Griggs Block
FREE PREMIUM COUPONS.
CAA Imported China bric-a-brac
and art goods given away by
Wenatchee Department Store.
Part of premiums on display in window. With
every 25c purchase and over in all departments
you will receive premium coupons to the amount
of your purchase. This offer holds good until
December 31, 1905.
New Fall Suits For Men
DELAYED IN TRANSIT
f>Q Q*S Pew more left--Mens' Suits, all
up-to-date styles, were delayed,
in transit. We did not want to accept them.
They made us iiberai concessions. You get the
benefit. This lot contains worsted, Cheviot
Clays and fancy woolen Scotch mixtures, suits
worth up to $17.50 each, sizes from 34 to 44.
IMotice--This does not mean our entire stock of
clothing only, delayed shipment on sale this
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
PACKARD AND II ANIJQ
FLINT STONE OIIULO
|ZO P ep P air in a " tne new fa " toes and
*4>aW.O<7 styles in Vici Kid, Velour and
Cordovan, including leather lined, price $3.50.
All our $5 Packard shoes during this sale,
Callom said he was informed 1-y I
business men that the Cubans have
built no sewer system since thn Amer
ican evacuation. American residents
are in yellow fever epidemic
RUSSIA REGARDS JEW
AS ITS LEGITIMATE PREY
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 7.—An
official of the Liheral party this morn
ing said the attempt to fasteu the re
sponsibility for Ihe Jewish massacres
ui»on the bureaucracy, is nnsat sfa tory.
He sail: "The whole Russian
nation is to blame Every one in
Rama regards the Jew as legiimate
prey. When the full reports are ia they
will show that 30,000 or 40,000 Jews
weie killed or injured, while not a
voice was raised in protest in all
Russia. Not an authorative worn was
said in condemnation.
"A fact more horrible thau the
massacres themselves presents itself in
the don bis that the Kussinnpeople are
capable of governing! themselves. The
Jews cannot regain their freedom under
a Liberal government nnlest they fight
it as the' Liberals are righting the aut
ST. PAUL, Nov. 7.—lt is an
uouueed here that Walter G. Tuoby of
St. Paul, has been appointed super
intendent of construction of the Pan
ama canal by john F. Stevens, chief
etgineer in charge of tbe wcrk. Mr.
Tabby is general stotekeeper of the
Great Northern railway. j
She Quote, an Authority.
Elsie—When I grow up. mamma, T*m
going to he extravagant like you.
Mamma—What makes you think I'm
extravagant? Elsie—Well, I'm sure I've
heart! papa say so lots of times.
Enisland'a First Orenn.
Elf eg, bishop of Winchester daring
tlit? reign of A!fronl the Great, is re
puted to liave procured an organ for
his cathedral. It was the largest in
strument then known, having 400 pipes
divided among ten keys, Supplied by
Wind from twenty-six pairs of bellows
and requiring the services of no fewer
than seventy blowers. Judging from
this, the AYinchester organ either came
from Germany or was built upon a
Genuan model, for in that country.
On til much later, the wind was pro
Tided by a species of treadmill ar
rangement whereon tbe blowers
gripped a bar, each working two pairs
of bellows, like indie of our smiths,
with their feet.—London Queen.
Very often it is worth Knowing
how to split a sheet of paper. Suppose
you had an article which was printed
on both sides aud you desired to paste
It in your' scrapbook. You would
paste it between two sheets of stout
pa|jier and, when nearly dry, draw
those apart. You will have half of the
printed sheet on each, and by the use
of moisture you can readily detach
J. E. Ferguson, Mgr.
MACK SWAIN CO.
Present! ng the Great Melodrama,
"THE SILVER DAGGER."
A Powerful Play, Full of Comedy and
Strong Dramatic Situation*.
25c 35c 50c
Ticket* on Sale at
U. G. POGUE S DRUG STORE