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The Wenatchee World
Publiehed Daily Except Sunday by the
WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP.
Entered as second-class matter at the
Postofficeat Wenatchee, Washington.
Main office--Business and Editorial,
COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
Farmers Phone 234
Society Editor Phone--Farmers 692
One Year, by Mail, in Advanoe, - $5.00
Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50
Delivered by Carrier, ncr weak. - .10
MONDAY DECEMBER 4. 1905
PROPOSED FOOTBALL REFORMS.
That football a- now played t! too
dangerous to be tolerated longer seems
to be generally oouceded even by in
tfaentiiel advocates of the sport, but
the remedies suggested are conflict ing.
President Roosevelt proposles a "gen
tleman's aggreeni9nt" aimug colleges
whereby brutality would be discourag
ed and umpires woul3 penalize heavi
ly the teams guilty of it Walter
Camp, a well known authority, fav
ors a more open style of play, in which
the ball would be advanced not by
griading mass plays through tiie line
hut by dashes around the ends. Bit
that football experts are by no means
united on this point is showu by the
comments of Dr. Carl Williams, head
of the Pennsylvania board of football
coacheß, who insists that "ninetenths
of ail serious injuries occur in so call
ed open play" and that to open np
the game "will not lessen the injuries,
but on the contrary Mill tend to in
crease them "
These contradictory expressions
simply bear oat the view that if the
game is to be made reasonably safe it
must be through changes a good deal
more radical than those yet suggest
ed. Violence <s not incidental to foot
ball; it is the essence of the game,
the object being to advance a ball by
focrce against a resistance of force.
If the authorities are to eliminate tin's
element of ooliision—without at the
same time eliminating the game—they
must alter radically the style of play.
No minor rules and no "gentleman's
agreement" will suffice. Not only
the game itself but the system under
which it is played must be alttered.
Indeed ihe whole tendency of collesre
athletics, which has converted on an
alleged recratiou for students inro a
gladiatorial money making spectacle,
will have to be changed.—Chicago
When if. comes to handling otner
peoples money life insuranc- magnate's
fingers are uniformly sticky.
One trouble ahout buying Chrstmas
presents early is that a person may be
tempted to buy more later on.
Football, as several authorities
point out, would be a fine game if it
were something totally different from
what it is.
Maybe the railroads are in full re
treat ana maybe they are only retiring
in the direction of a well laid ambush.
It is enlightening to learn that Rus
sia has got to the point where it has
to "persuade" mutineers to pay some
attention to orders.
In fixiiiß the day before Thanksgiv
ing as the time for Bartons sentence
the coart merely seeks to give the
nation another leas n for thankfulness.
Abdul Hamid should com ider wheth-
er it is net a good deal of a strain up-
on the tolerance of the powers that he
should be allowe l to remain in Eurcpe
Man ha* one purely rudimentary gar
ment. The coat and truusers yield to
the ravages »r toll ami time, hut the
wt ever preserves its pristine fresh
ness. The history of a man's clothes
can be written from the old vests
stored away in his wardrobe. The coat
he wore at graduation aud his wedding
trousers beeoase but myths, but he can
always show you the vests he wore
ii|K)it those august orfslons The tai
lor who invents a style of dress that
will omit the vest has fortune and
fame in store for him.
From Oor Correspondents
Interesting Items From Other Towns
Miss Ethel Gulick spent Thanks
giving with her sister, Mrs. Harry
A. L Smart spent Thanksgiving
night with friends at the metropolis
of the county.
John Usher leaves Saturday for
Moses Coulee, to be gone sereral days
Charles Kingsley, of Laura, was a
Wenatchee visitor Wednesday getting
supplies for his saw mill. <■
W. G. Perry and Walter Brobeck
were Wenatchee visitors Friday.
Richard Perry departed fur Seattle
and other coast points a few days
Harry Follansbee gave the young
folks a Thanksgiving dance Wednesday
evening. A good time was reported
T. R. Chisholm aud family are visit
ing at the home of his brother, Sandy,
on the banks of the famous Mud lake.
James Conarty, of the P. T ranch,
was at the county seat Wednesday.
Fred Mover leaves today for the
southwest Oregon country. Fritz
has only been in our midst about a
year, but he leaves a host of friends
that wish him success wherever lie
A Thanksgiving masquerade ball
and oyster supper was given Thursday
night at the Ed Cook ranch on the
Clockum Everybody had an exceed
ingly good time.
George Miller and his sister Mary
spent Thanksgiving with friends iv
Winchester Deo B.—A number of
our young folks went to the hall at
Quinoy on the hand car last eveuing
snd this morniug found a frost v rail
and had the pleasure of poshing the
car home some six miles. Guy says
pushing hand cars is more gallant
O. M. Watenbnrger came in from
his homestead today and reports a.well
oat iv their vicinity that is less than
thirty feet deepiand hat ever four feet
E. C. Russell is building a house
for M. Fault/, on his recently purchas
ed homestead. Mr. Rasiell is fiuding
himself unable to supply the demand
for his services as a carpenter.
,E. G. DeVaney the i)opular manag
er of the Winchester Mercantile Co ,
gave a Thanksgiving «iiun u r for liis
many relatives and numerous patrons
today. Turkey aud cranberry sau:e
were as nana! very much iv evidence
and tbe otlier viands of the ocacsion
all did justice to the superior ooiinery
accomplishments of the landlady, Miss
Meddler and her assistanrs. Those
present including host, landlady and
relatives aud other guests were as
follows: S. A. DeVauey and wife,
EL G. Xewaton, Walter and Allene
DeYaney, S. D. Titus, wife and childr
en, Alfred Dins haw and wife; Anna.
Km ma and Charley Kuege; F. M. Ou
inn, wife and two children; Mrs. Otis
Elam; Lonnie and Laura Ketchum; O.
W. Johnson and wife; E. E. Lei m
and wife; Anna Leßare; M. A S
hepard;W. H. Ekem :C. W. an i James
Poage; C. C. Asher; G. T. Cox: Geo
rge Hanson ; Guy Vaughn Willie Auda ,
.J. M. Meddler, wife, mother an 1 two
children; Heury Tidd; F. E. Tidd,
wife aud daughter
Affer the dinner hour a genuiuesocial
evening hour was enjoyed after which
the guest* departed to their serveral
Homes, declaring this to have been a
repast long to be remembered by each.
TESTIFY AGAINST CHOIR GIRL
CHICAGO. Deo. 4.—Miss Elizabeth
Bell, the choir singer in the Fulton
street M. E. oliaroli, against whom the
pastor, the Rev. A. Linooln Shute,
logded a charge of obtaining m one;
by means of a confidence game, stood
far an hoar today in the prisoners'*
box of the Warren avenue police stat
ion listening to the testimony. A con
tinuance was taken until December 8.
Mr. Shute retold the story of how the
voting woman had solioited small
sums of money for needy pet sous who
could not be found on inquiry.
ADVICE FOR WOMEN
Some Carefully Thoughtout Advice for
Wenatchee Women Who imagine
All Sorts of Wrong Things
About Married Life
(Continued from Saturday)
Kemember y a : not a Gibson girl.
Sell tbe punch bowl.
Quit rbe O. O. D. hal-it.
(rive the parrot a c.iauce.
Cnaclc the kimono.
Stop s3S9i lg the meat man.
Learn to knit lika graimnii.
Leave the peroxide alone.
Mate a cake once in a while like
Or a pie.
Or some biscuit.
A doughnut or twc.
Or even a beau stew.
Let the dead past bury its dead.
Don't play euchre for charity.
Don't whistle nr the milkman.
Don't expect Jack ro stay home more
than three nights ii the week with
haby while you go to the e<pial suffr
Don't talk back.
Keep your hair c mtied.
Give the sofa a re6t.
What if he did.
Brush your teeth
If you must chop the wood don't
injure your husbands feelings bydoing
it while he is at home.
Smile some more.
Remember 50m husband is only
an ordinary man no matter how
wonderfnl you thought he was when
you mariied him.
I To be oo ntinoed .
Dec! 2. —The murder
early this morn inn of Guido Alexand
ro, makes the fifth assassination of an
Italian in twenty days. This cannot
lie explained by the polio unless it
is the Mafia or some other secret organ
izatioi that i< at work.
Alexandra was wavltid by five men
and shot il r uch the heart twice.
Eve induced Adam to eat, lat he
took to drink of his own aooord.
We want Men and Women to learn
Barber Trade in 8 weeks. Only re.
liable college in U. S. teaching the
trade thoroughly. Write for parti
culars. Moler System of Colleges, 215
Occidental Aye., Seattle, Wash.
If any young man In this locality
wishes to learn Telegraphy and Rail
: way Business, write to the National
\ Telegraph Institute, P.-I. Bldg., Seattle.
They guarantee positions. Salary of
operators $60 to $100 per month. The
highest railway officials in this coun
try began as operators. Any young
man of ordinary education can learn
in very short time and soon be holding
a good position.
LOW FREIGHT RATES
TO AND FROM THE EAST
Rales quoted upon application. Don't sacrifice
you- poods vei ow rates and learn w ~ethad.
THE SEATTLE TRANSFER CO.
Young, Plump, Fat Ones
Choice beef, pork, mutton and veal
Juicy eastern and Olympic oysters
Celery, lettuce, green
enians and radishes
HARLI N MEAT CO
To Make Bread
like mother used to bake
it is necessary to use
For Sale By All Dealers
Columbia and Okanogan
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
" Entiat daily 7:30 a. m
" Cr.elan Falls daily .1100 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.m
Leave Brewster daily 4 :00 a.m.
" Paterous daily 4:20 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
" Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
Orondo daily 10.00 a. m
Arrive Wenatchee daily .. 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatohee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
jxttt same night.
T. A. OAVIES, Gen. Mar
REEVES a REEVES
Offices, second floor Wenatchee Drug
Phones: P. S. 581; Farmers 222
DILL & THOMAS
Suite 1 W. T. Rar 'y &Co s Building
E. F. SPRAGUE
Professional Funeral Olrector and
A graduate by years of practical ex
Farmers Phone 223 and 224
P. S. Phone 21 and 23
At the St. Louis World's Fair
Peach Blossom Flour.
In competition with the world's
best flour wo win.
Wenatchee Milling Co.
. . . VIA . . .
. . . TO . . .
St. Paul, Duluth
AND POINTS EAST
- kCL FAST TIME *—
New Equipmentthrougnout. Day Coach
es, Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Din
ing and Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
TRAINS LEAVE WENATCHEE
West-- No 1--The Flyer 1.10 p.m
West --No 3-- Puget Sound Ex. 1.28 a.m.
East--No. 2--The Flyer 3.20 a.m.
East- - No 4.-- Eastern Express. 3.15 p.m.
For tickets, rates, folders and full in
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
S. G YERKES. A. G. P. A.
Jus+arrived. All weights
Bicken and Unbroken
On sale at our stable.
Eagle Livery A-TransferCo.
GOOD FURS ARE CHEAPEST
and a reliable furier is beat to buy
from. We are the oldest estab
lished in tha Northwest. Dent
buy until you have saan us.
PETKOVITS FUR CO.,
110 Marion St.. - - Seattle. Wash.
Classified ads S cants a Una aach In
sertion, minimum charge 10 cents.
and State Coarta. Phone Farmers 245
C. L. Holcomb practices in all courts
Farm loaus made at lowest rates.
Crass & Corbin. Special attention
fo probate law. Office over F & M Bans
Good house, six rooms, plastered,
city water, rent $12 50 per month.
Walter M. Olive.
O. G. Hall, Undertaker aud Funer
al Director. Mrs.C.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Frank Gulp, M. D. A. T. Eaupp
M. D.. Griggs Block.
Walleuder and McCor, Physicians
and Surgeons. Forde block.
D. P. Milliken, Vet. Sur. Office O'Con
nor's barn. Night jihone P. S. 571.
GENERAL £ LAC KSM ITHING.
Robs Brothers, Wagon Wors, Rubber
Tires a specialty Band Sawing.
FOR SALE- - FARMS
$13,500 —4,500 acres fine timber lauds
and good pasture, sore to double in
value in a short time. Situated only
10 miles from"Wenatchee. There is
enough timber on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bousquet and Holm.
$5,000 —20 acres near Cashmere, all
under water. 50 trees bearing and
KOO young trees, 3 acres in alfelfa,
small house, small barn. Terms.
Bousquet and Holm.
$3000—« i acres ' 2 mile from high
school, about 20 acres under water
with good right. Over SOfrnit trees.
Bousquet and Holm.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$3500 —14 acres with plenty of water,
all under cultivation. f> acres in 2
year old trees. Situated 3 1 ., miles
from Wenatchee and s 4 mile from
school. Terms cash.
Bousquet and Holm.
f2lO0 —10 acres, 3K, miles from town,
all good land and under cultivation.
Water right paid in full.
Bousquet aud Holm.
$3200 —10 acres 1 miles from post
office, 400 trees, house of 4 rooms,
small stable. Terms, '.. cash.
Bousquet & Holm.
FOR SALE. MISCELLANEOUS
Get up-to-date job printing at the
Daily World oflice. New press, new
type, high grade work.
FOR SALE--SUBURBAN PROPERTY
Morning Side tracts, low price, easy
terms, water right, close in. For full
particulars see Walter M. Olive.
FOR SALF CITY PROPERTY
For sale -Five room house, lo» 60
by 120 on Wenatchee avenue, S doors
south of court house, easy terms. Ap
ply to owner on property.
A modern two story house, seven
rooms, bath, cellar, all necessary oat
buildings, four lots, close to Dosiness
center on one of the first streets in
town, 23 hearing trees, $1200 down and
halanoe in one and two years. Apply
by letter. Address box 3RI Wenatchee
FOR SALE--ACRE TRACTS
For Sale—■"> to 40 acre tracts im
proved or unimproved. A. J. Lin
ville. Farmer* phone, 563.
f~ f% f— PACKAGE OF GIANT
I MLL MIGNONETTE
Sant Prat* to •rcryon* wrttlna
for our iar«« C»t»io|u* of
SEEDS, SHRUBS AND TREES
Pacific Seed & Floral Co.
Seattle, - - Wash.