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Money to Lean on city and farm ; Souvenir post cards for Wenatchee,
property. .Ino. A. Geflatly. I Cashmere and Lake Chelan for sale at
Mis. A. J. Salberg and Miss Sal- Keith's,
berg, who are were iv the city a couple Messrs. 1 human and Butler propriet
or days this veek ou a shopping trip, ors of the " Knew " store are putting
left yesterday afternoon fortheii home new signs over their place of business.
#1000 to loan for one year on good first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm,
first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm. Judge R. S. Steiner is holding court
Clyde Kenny, of Cashmere, paid a in Couconully. Yesterday was the
visit to Wenatchee yesterday. first day of the term He will bp in
Miss Edna MoOormick, who has Wenatchee ..ext. County Attorney
been ill for months with rheumatism j ° raaa «P«e*« him here before Thanks
of the heart, i« reported worse. giving.
While jompiag oat of his wagon in! 1000 doughnuts at 5 cents a
the dark, Frank Compton, a well ~oz - nt the Palace Bakl ' Satniday
known rancher of the valley, caught »°JT. 11.
his foot in a piece of wire and trcke Tho steamar Chelan stuck on a s.md
barbstwean Brewster and Bridgeport
Mr-. J. F. Diamond, of Cashmere, yesterday and was delayed 12 hours,
narrowly escaped a serious accident River men state that the stesamer has
vesternar. In driving to this city an exclasi ye ri R !,t t0 tllp bar a * she '"»■
from Cashmere i.er horse became been ea «& hl 0!1 if a nnmber cf timeß
-frightened on the steep grade near Tb * other " teamera have uo 'Amenity
Monitor and began baching the rig over 1,1 avoldln « **-
the bank. Mrs. Deiamond jnmpea J- E Hood, division superintendent
out ar-d siezed the horse just in time of the Great Northren, was in the city
to keep him from going over the grade, yesterday.
On account of the beautiful location ; Mr. L N. Hanson of Tacrtmi, snent
of their property the new owners of a few hours in the city yesterday as
lots iv Morningside addition coutemp- the guest of A. Z. Wells.
late changing the mine to Okanogan O. G Hall made a Imsiuess trip
height?. At the rite which they are to Cashmere between trains yesterday.
BOW selling the lets will be sold in a „, .„„ . .
11000 tn loan for one year ou good
short time. T , . „ , r .
first mortgage. & Holm.
Mr. H. G. Mc Whir ter made a busi
. . . T ~ j The Frye Bru!:ncompany fed 509 cat
ne.'s trip to Leavenworth yesterday.
tie in the Wenatche o stockyards Wed-
Dr. McCov male a trip to (Jnircv , __ . , , ,
1 nesdav evening. Two hundred ot the
yesterday to attend Mis. J. Black, . ~„. . . ...
, . , . ... banch will be kept at tne Dave &tme
wife of a randier who is ill. 1
ranch for the next three months and
William Schultz, of WaterviUe, was ~ . . ... „ ...
... 0 , , . the remainder were taken to Seattle
a passenger on the Selkirk yesterday. , . . . .... . - k .
1 c • • last night, j.he cattle are part of a big
The wheat blockade in Seattle is hay made in the norinern part of
already noticeable in the crowded con- j Ferry and Okanogan counties and were
dition of the C. and O. company's dock. J shipped from Republic.
It does not matter
in the least whether
you wish to pay
much or little for
your shoes. You can
do either here with
perfect safety. Our low priced shoes cost as
little as is consistent with absolute purity of
material. The higher represent the acme of
attainment in shoe building. Shoes $1.50 to
$5. We are sole agents for Douglas and Brad
ley and Metcalf Shoes.
Jfc?'' Our Policy Fair Dealing and Your
Money Back on Unsatisfactory Purchases.
Butler & Hannan
WHEELERS OLD STAND
tIOOO to loan for one yerr on good
The Wenatchee football team lifts
arranged for a game with the boys
from the Chelan high soliool, to be
played two weeks from Saturday. A
hard game is expected as tbe Chelan
team contains a former player of the
Carlisle team and one of the half
backs has had four years experience
on the University of Nebraska team*
Wheat is piled where ever there is
an inch of loom. The new plat'orm
that was built for just such an emerg
ency as this, is already half occupied
wirii sacks ot wheat
C. E. Bensen, principal of the
Chelan high sjhool, is in the city on
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Littlefield and
F. M. Seheble. who nave been visit
ing in WaterviUe for a couple of days,
return! d to Weneatehee yesterday.
Mrs. Tho9. Spiller, Mrs. E. Patton,
Mr. nun Mrs. F. C. Clark and t. S.
Bailey, of Cashmere, were in the city
yesterday on a pleasure trip.
Tlie Mnck Swain company was given
an excursion up the river ve*terday by
Mauagei Ferguson of tiie , Wenatchee
\ The children of E M. Fov. who
i were poisoned in some unknown maun
er a few days ago, have entirely re
covered. Mr. Foy is still at a los« to
explain the cause of their sickness.
Mr. Frank G. Oarpentter"arrivedin]
the city today in a private car attach
ed to the west bound train. He was j
welcomed to the city by a committee j
com] rsed of Walter Olive, H. C. i
Little field and Conrad Rose. No de- j
finite plane lor entertaining Mr. Car ;
pester have lean made but it is hoped
to have him meet the people of Wenat- i
chee this evening.
Harry Dndd, formerly proprietor of
the Roosevelt hotel, returned from
Ritzville this morning. Mr. Dodd
is arranging with tbe townsire people
to build a hotei on the condition of
his taking a long lease of it. Mr.
Dodd stat* s that the negotiations
are practically complete.
Prospects are ;ood for a game with
tbe Seattle high school second team
on Thanksigvng day. The team did
not practice this week. School is
not dismissed until 1 o'clock, making
it too late. Next week the entire
school will he dismissed at '-'y-.'W and
practice will then be resumed. A
week from tomorrow tbe game be
tween the freshman-junior and the
sophomore-senior teams will take piace.
Passenger Train Crashes into Freight
While Going at Rate of Thirty
Miles an Hour. Trainmen Escape
MISSOULA, Mcnt., Nov. !'. — North
ein Pacific passenger train No. 4,
eastbound, running 30 miles an hour
crashed into the rear of an eastbound
freight train shortly before V> o'clock
this morning aud *a score of passeng
ers and trainmen were injured, two
of them seriously.
The paggenger traiu was drawn by
two heavy engines. The freight train
was heading into the Missoula yard
wlren the collision occurred. A flag
man had been sent back to warn the
passenger train, but owing to a dense
fog 1 which prevented the signals being
seen the engineers on the passenger
train did not realize their danger until
they were upon rhe engine that was
pushing the freight train.
As the three engines crashed to
gether the trainmen jumped from the
windows. The impact shoved the
heavy freight traiu ahead a distance
of 100 yards, telescoping the tenders
and cabs on tho three engines. A re
frigerator car on the'passenger train
was telescoped, but the coaches were
but slightly damaged.
The injuries of the passengers were
oansed by being thrown against the
seats and on the floor.
Evangelist G. D. Hyden will preach
tonight at the Baptist church on the
WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE
Griggs Block N. I. NEUBAUER Griggs Block
Valuable premium coupons
with every purchase in all de
partments. Don't fail to ask
the cierk to show and tell you
all about our PREMIUM PLAN
For a peckage of BREAK FAS
FOOD, ready to eat.
Chrystal White Soa
3 1-2 c
Per Cake, 3 Cakes 10c.
Chewing Gum 2 1-2
Per Pkge all kinds, £
Per lb best quality cream
Cream 7 1-2 c
Per can. Get all you want.
Just In—New Stock of
Broadhead Dress Goods
and Cravanet Cloth.
NOTICE! Watch this page tomorrow for
nows that will interest you all. Remember the
L. j oartment Store are originators not imitators.
THE LAND OF THE FIRST RIPE FRUIT
Lies north of the Wenatchee river. Spring is
earlier and Fall later there than in any part of
the Valley. We offer the finest ten-acre tract
in that region, with FOUR ACRES of 2-year
old trees, FOUR ACRES of alfalfa and TWO
ACRES of garden truck that alone produced
a good income this year, For $3000. Dont
Insurance of All Kinds, I \f \A# ET I I C. JP f\
Bonds, Real Estate L.. V. WLLLd Ot LU.
subject of the free moral agency of
man and promises to overthrow the
generally accepted theories |along|this
line. He states that he has preached
on this snbjpct before a select body
of learned bible students and. although
the most of them did not hold the
same views on the subject as he did,
they were unable to answer him, |and
iv fact, made no attempt to do so.
Rev. Hyden's discourses are very inter
esting and are attracting a great deal
The Presbyteriui social last even
ing was very successful in point of
members and progarra. \ very sub
tfantital offering of clothes and cash
was given for the Indian sohcol at
Neah Bay. Miss Parshall sang a
splendid solo and Mrs. Brooks Vin
cent gave a half hour
lecture on the nothwest Indians.
Refreshments were served. Mr .
Brooks Vincent and Mr. J. H. Mc-
Crosky will deliver a stereoptioan
leoture tonight at the Presbyterian
church. Both have lived a number of
years in Alaska and will give first
hand information on life in th at new
country. The views and eqnipaien t
are first class.
A pessimist's life is seldom as great
a burden to him as it is to nis neigh
Per can for choice red Alaska
Salmon. Only a few cans left.
Cero Fruto sc.
For large Pkge cooked ready to
eat. Regular price 15c.
Your choice of large assort
ment worth up to 40c.
One dollar will buy
8 pounds 15c quality
7 " 20c "
5 1-2 " 25c "
4 1-2 " 30c "
4 " 35c "
3 1-2 " 40c "
The handiwork of nature must be
unsatisfactory to most women, judg
ing from the amount of coin they spend
J. E. Ferguson, Mgr.
MACK SWAIN CO.
Presenting, the Beautiful Play
"WHEN WOMEN LOVE"
25c 35c 50c
-Our Little Nell"
15 and 25 cants
Tickets on Sals at
U. G. POGUES DRUG STORE