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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME I—NO. 116.
WORMY APPLES
DESTROYED AT
YAKIMA DEPOT
Fruit Inspector Brown Destroys 825
Boxes of Apples and Swears Out
Warrant for Arrest of Man Who
Owned the Apples.
NORTH YAKIMA, WASH., Nov.
J4.—(Special)—County Fruit Inspect
or Bicwn has destroyed g£s texts of
apples that had been londed on a
freight car at Topptninb. by K. \\.
Shafford, of Parker, for shipment to
Dakota points. Mr. Blown stated
that on his return to this place that
he saved only 7") boxes out of the 900
that had been loaded. The fruit was
loaded the first of last week by Mr.
Shafford. Before it was shipped Mr.
Brown had been notified that an at
tempt would be made to ship infected
fruit outside the state* Mr. Brown
went to Toppeuish just as the loading
of the car was completed. He notified
the railroad agent not to make oat a
bill of lading. The clerk o! eyed the
ir.s .ructions. Brown inspected the
fruit and found it bai*\v interned. He
theu Bwore out a wananr for thi arrest
of Shafford and had L vi boend over in
1.00 bail for a pveLmi my hearing.
Shafford took- an appeal from the
decision of Brown to State Hoticultnr
al Inspector Huntley. The latter came
here last week and after examining
t c apples upheld Brown in his decis
ion and directed that tbe fruit be des
troyed. Now, Mr. ..hafford .ays that
he will bring suit against the county
for damages. He claims that the
horticultural law is unconstitutional.
He also claims that no one can pre
vent him from loading frnit into a car
and shipping the same outside the state
for sale. The case against Shafford
will be appealed to the supreme
court to test the law. Yakima people
generally are backing up Mr Brown
in the decision
STOLE MORE THAN
A THOUSAND HORSES
EiELENA, MONT., Nov. 14.—
Governor Joseph E. Toole has issued
a requisition upon the governor of
Noith Dakota for the return ta this
state ot Mayor W. F- Denny, of Will
iston, N. D., who is wanted m con
nection with alleged gigantic horse
thetts. Denny waE arrested at Wili
on at the instance of the Montana
authorities Out was discharged at a
preliminary examination in that city.
The Montana authorities feel . how
ever, that they have indisputable
evidence against Denny and they will
endeavor to bring him to trial in Val
ley county.
It is alleged th«t a gang, which
includes officials of the government
and stale, stole more than 1,000 ani
j.ials.and that because ol their perfect
plans tl.ey have been able to dispose
ofall to the ownners of small farms in
both states.
Girl's Lover Released.
BOSTON, Nov. 14.—Morris Nathan
was released today and freed of all
legal oonneotion with the murder of
Susanne Geary.
JOHN S. MOONEY
Announces his candidacy for
office of
City Clerk.
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14. 1905
JEROME K. JEROME, HUMORIST AND PLAYWRIGHT.
Jerome K. Jerome, who pronounces his name as if it were spelled .lemm
K. Jerum, is England's leading humorist and a novelist and playwright of
note. His "Three Men In a Boat" made the whole world laugh, and several
of his plays have been very successful. He is now lecturing on this side of
the, Atlantic.
JUDGE PALMER
PREPARES REPORT
Judge Palmer is today preparing tor
the city council his regular monthly
report of the business transacted in the
police court of this city. Dating the
month of October :>3 cases were tried
and 1110 in cash fines collected and
fines amounting to 118 days labor were
worked out on the streets. Of the
$110 collected, $55 was paid by men
arrested for being drunk and disorderly
and $55 was collected from keepers of
bawdy houses.
The business transacted last rnontb
was unusually ligbt, the fines collect
ed *?allnie sever 1 dollars short of pay
ing'the running expereses of theoonrt.
This month, however, enough fines
will be collected to pay the expenses
for more than two months, as up to
Nov. 13. the judge had assessed fines
emouutiong to $312. The largest fine
imposed was upon Coostantme, who
paid $200 for opening his saloon on
Sunday. Other fine range from $"> to
$10.
TO DECIDE LIGHTING
PROPOSITION TONIGHT
one of the most important matters
that will come before the city council
at its regular meeting tonight is the re
port of the committee appointed to in
vestigate the VVenatchee Elecrio com
pany's proposition of selling its plant
to the oity At this meeting the oenn
oil will either reject the proposition or
will submit it to a vote of the people
at the eleotion on Dec. 5.
The committee appointed to look into
the matter of building a new city ball
will make its report tonight
CHICAGO, Nov. 14.—Deputy Over
seer John S Peoher, of Zion City, de
clared thie morning that reports of the
alarming illness of Overseer Dowie are
unfounded. He said that he had re
ceived a message from Dowie declar
ing that his health was excellent and
that he would leave Me for
Chicago November 14. j
WOMAN GETS
RICH WORKING
BUNCO GAME
Mrs. Woods Who has Conducted Mat
aimonal Bureau and Defrauded
Many Men of Handsome Sums Under
a Cloak of Love is Arrested.
SEATTLE, Nov., 1 4.—Upon a war
rant secured by Postoffice inspector
Parr, Mrs. J. E. Woods was arrested
by Deputy Marshall Lathem yesterday
morning for conducting a matrimonial
bureau.
The woman has grown wealthy from
her operations.
From a rancher at Yakima the
obtained $400 and from a man at Ald
er 1200.
In each case the woman named her
self as the one that would marry her
i conespondent. The money was se
cured on the pretense that it was to be
used to buy clothes.
She gave $1,000 cash bail.
Peasants Released from Taxes.
LONDON, Nov. If.—The St.Peters
burg corrspondent of the Daily Tele
graph, says that an imperial manifesto
will shortly be issued granting [relief
to the peasantry by the cancellation
of some 20,000,000 roubles of arrears
of the land redemption tax, which has
been levied since the emancipation of
1861, together with the extension of
the operations of the peasant banks.
MILLIONS FOR
PILLAGED JEWS
NEW YORK, Nov. 14.—The Ameri
can fond for the relief of the pillaged
Jews in Russia, based on acknowledge
ments made by the national relief com
mute op to this morn ing, is estimat
ed at $200,000. It is hoped to raise
$1,000,000.
Peachey Addition
Offers the best values for investment in
in Wenatchee today. If you want a
GOOD THING which will double your
money in a short time look over the
remaining offerings in Peachey Addition.
ARTHUR GUNN
. . REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL. AGENT .. .
Owners Managing Agent for Peachey Addition.
20 ACRES
1 1-4 milesfrom Cashmere
Good water right
•450 bearing trees
600 young trees
Buildings
BOUSQUET & HOLM ONLY $5000
TERMS
Did You Ever Stop to Think
That every time you spend a dollar not only that dollar but
also the interest on it is gone for all time. Open a savings ac
count with a dollar and not only have it for a rainy day but also
the interest. Full information as to our Savings Department
given on application in person or by letter.
Columbia Valley Bank
The Old Strong Bank
Established 1892 Wenatchee, Wash.
ARMED GEORGIANS
DEFY IMPORTANT
RUSSIAN FORCES
Armed With Rifles 24.000 Georgians
Held the Country Against Three
Forces of Russian Soldiers—lnsur
rection Breaks out in Vladivostock
LONDON. Nov. 14.—The St. Peters
burg correspondent of the Daily Mail
says that 24,000 Georgians, armed
with modern rifles, hold Georgia . in
Transcaucasia, despite the three im
portant Russian forces converging
thereon, and except for runners. Geo
rgia has been completely isolated for
many days. Pillage is general.
A dispatch from St. Petersburg
gives a report from Tilth? that Gen
eral Malana, deputy governor of the
Cancasus, and General Veidenbaum
have been sent to Georgia to reestabl
ish order there.
The Shanghai correspondent of the
London Daily Post wires that an in
surrcetion has broken out in Vladi
vostok. The rioters ana troops are
fighting in the streets and there h«s
been much bloodshed. Foreign resid
ents have asked their respective gover
nments to send warships to protect
them.
Helsiagfors, Finland, Nov. 14.—A
revolt broke out yesterday in the garri
son of Svnaborg. Hundreds of men
assert that they have been retained with
the colors from two to three years be
yond the legal period of their service,
and also complain of their cor.diations.
After refusing to obey orders they
opened negotiations with the author
ities who promised to redemy their
grievances and to give them easier
terras of servioe. There was no blood
shed.
Mrs. Robert R. Green, of Pateros.
who has been visiting Mrs. Ansal S.
Griggs, left for her home on this morn
ing's boat.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
HIS MESSAGE TO
CONGRESS MOST
EXTRAORDINARY
President Now Preparing His Message
to Congress Which is Strongest and
Most Remarkable Document He
has Ever Written.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14.— Tlm
proofs of the message that President
Roosevelt will send to congress on the
first Monday in December are now in
his hands for final revision.
It is said by those members of his
cabinet who have heard it read that it
will be the strongest and most remark
able document that has been written
by President Rosevelt. Among other
topics that have been treated in a strik
ing manner are the following:
Correction of rebate evil and the
regulation of railroad rates.
Telling of what has been done to
ward the bnilding of the Panama canal.
Advocating legislation that will ex
pedite the work.
Advocating moderation in Chinese
exclusion lawE.
Recommending better taiiff relat
ions with the Philippines and Porto
Rico.
Explaining thb government's right
10 inquire into corporations engager
in interstate commerce.
Preservation of Niagara Falls from
the encroachments of commerce
Statehood for territories.
Federal supervision of insurance com
panies grea'.ly desired.
ANOTHER YOUNG
LADIES CLUB
X new club will beformed thiseven
ing. A party of yonng ladies of the
oity including Jessie Wilson, Grace
Black, Gladys Gamble. Ida Messerly,
Mary Duff. Ruth Lllley, Benlah Hast
ings and Faun Wells, will meet at the
home of Miss Hasting! this evening to
organize. Bylaws will be drawn up
and officers elected.

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