Newspaper Page Text
The infant son of Mrs. I. N. Bailey,
who died yesterday, will be buried
from the Bailey residence this after
noon at 2 ::50 o'clock.
Money to loan on gooi seoait j
Amounts Jrou. |50 to $ 1.000. AddesH
P. O. bos 584, Wenatchee, Wash.
John Miller, the meat dealer cf
Cashmere, made a tiip to Cashmere
yesterday and bought two cars of cat
tl•; for iiis market in Cashmere.
Xmas caids, hooks, pictures and
novelties at David Keith's. Wenatchee
Miss Glaeys Gamble entertained
Miss Grace Black and Messrs. Jaive
Campbe! Mid Willie Johnson at her
home Tuesday evening.
Money to loan or city and farm
property. 'John A. Gellatly.
Chas. Bell, of Waterville made a trip
to Wenatchee yesterday.
List your real estate with as. We
can sell it quickly. J. S. Mooney
& Co., Farm and City Loans.
Thomas P. Recce, of Deer Lodge.
Mont , arrived in the city today. Mr.
Recce has bought a ranch in the valley
and srillmake Wenatchee his home in
Good service at Palace Pakery Rest
raurant. Blanchard Cafe old stand.
The Masons ot the city will meet
tonight in the Bower hall for work in
tiie third degree. Two candidates
will be initiated and the order of the
Eastern Star will serve a banquet.
Rancou hand painted Limoges China
11.75 to $5 a piece. Wenatciiee Drug
Street Commissioner Sanders, to
keep some of tbe Judge Palmer victims
busy built a viaduot across the gulch
on Chelan Aye. near the L. V. Wells
Dr. Almeda J. McCall, Osteopathic
physician. Offices over Wiester's store.
The bat manhole, being built on tbe
corner of Wenatchee Aye. and First
Aye north, for the new sewer, will
be completed today. The work of lay
ing the eight inch main fcr the sewer
on Wenatchee Aye. will be completed
Photo frames, panels and oval?. A
nice present, 50 cents. Wenatchee
Beautiful ones; the kind
that don't wear out, at
the low price range of
$1.00 to $2.00
Puff and Jewel Boxes
A necessity on every
toilet table. These are
pretty as we!' as useful
gifts. In price.
Wenatchee Drug Co.
S. C. McCready, Prop.
Do You Know
That we can supply you
with all kinds of fresh,
juicy meats, fresh fish,
crabs, clams and eastern
Harlin Meat Co.
To Make Bread
like mother used to bake
it is necessary to use
For Sale By All Dealers
Hairy Collins, a Squi'ohuch ranch
er, ma ie a trip to Wenatchee yester-
Goto the Palace c\fe an i bakery
for everything good to eat.
P. C. Srnitn, a barber of Waterville,
pissed through the city yesterday on
his w.iy to bury his mother who died
iv Seattle a few days ago. A sad
coincidence lies in the fact that Mr.
Smith a year ago yesterday made the
same trip to bury his father.
Cameras from $1.00 to $100. How
about it for Xmas. S Q o Dnvil Keith.
Dr. Walleuder made a business
trip to Qaincy yesterday.
Bos stationery, paper nrd en
velopes to match. Finest qualty, 25
cents to SO cents at Wenatciiee Drug
Marvin Cnase, secretary of the We
natchec Canal Company, left on the
afternoon traiu fot Billings, Mont.
He will be absent on his trip for two
Shaving mugs and brushes at We
natchee Drug Co. 25 cents to $2.00.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pollen, of
Gruiite Falls, who has been visiting
at the home of Roy Pullen. left on the
afternoon train for Seattle
Ladies' haudb.rgs in latest styles,
leathers and patterns, suitable lor
holiday gifts at P. P. Holcomb's.
W. M. Cross, formerly a restaurant
keeper of this city who has been
visiting friends in the city, left on
the afternoon train for Seattle where
he will live in the future.
Ladies' handkerchiefs, neatest and
nicest in town at P. P. Holcomb's.
W. J. Reynolds, of Edwall, wa/ a
city visitor yesterday.
Mens' fancy neck wear. A full
assortment at P. P. Holcomb's.
J. McLDan, of Waterville, passed
through the city yesterday on his
way to the coast.
Headquarters for nuts and candies
at P. P. Holcomb's,.
Ivan Spencer, the sixteen year old
son of Harrison Spencer, died at die
home of his parents on Orondo avenue
Wednesday evening. Th«j funeral
will be held frcm the Hall undertak
ing parlors Friday at one o.clocic.
Rev. J. A. Graves will preach a ser
mon over the body. The young man
ib survived by his father and mother,
a brother and five sisters.
Miss Blanche Wakefield has accept
ed a position in the Advance office.
Ray Graham left ou the afternoon
: train fnr Rochester, Minn., to spend
Christmas at the home of his parent*.
Mrs. N. [. Neubaur entertained the
Nob Hill card olub at her residence
t'-is afternoon. Five hundred was
the game played.
C. W. Harris, a milling man of
Blewett, was in the city today on
W. H. Mills purchased one of the
Foy residences ou Nob Hill yesterday.
One of the prettiest of the Christ
mas windows in the city is that of the
j Scheble Bros, hardware store. The
familiar Happy Hooligan, by a liberal
application of cottm hatting to his
"mag," has been cleverly disgui.-ed
as Santa Claus. Santa stands in front
of a tissue paper mantel containing a
! ti-sue paper fire and on his back
j samples of the Christmas goods that
; the store has in stock.
Miss Elsie Morse, the money order
clerk at the postoffice, is ill today.
Mrs. Percy Scheble is temporarily
filling her place in the office.
Guy O. Brown, who has been visit
ing his brother in Orovillj for the
j past week, returned to Wenatchee on
the down river boat today.
The Woodmen initiated two candi
dates last evening. Howard Bnnigarr
er and Claude Stevens were the vio
The Bohumir Kyrle Company pass
throngh this city yesterday on the
way from Waterville to Seattle.
Shot Snow-White Deer
PORTLAND, ME., Deo. 14 —What
is prooably the whitest deer ever taken
out of the Maine woods has been re
oeivel here. This is a handsome
albino, which was shot hy E. 0. Rog
ers, of Patn<>m. Conn., at Brany Pond.
The deer is a uerfeot white. - with the
exception of a very little patch of
brown on his forehead. It weighed
when dressed about 160 pounds.
SEATTLE. Deo. 14. —Frederick A.
Wing, as-ayer in charge of the local
assay office, last night placer! his re
signation in the hands of Director
Roberts, of the United States mint
He will holi his position at the ofiice
until the resignation is accepted and
a is appointed by President
It has been understood ever since
t ie investigation of affairs at the local
assay ottice commenced, thai Mr. Wing
would retire from hi* position. He
remained at his pose until the invest
igation had been completed and every
one in the office with the exception tf I
Adams was completely exonerated !
from any blame or guilt in the matter, j
Mr. Wing, as he states in a letter
which he \ laced in the hands of Direct
or Roberts, felt that for the good ot
the office and tbe city he should retire j
*rom his position aud after tne in-1
vestigation had been completed and]
Himself and others exonerated he did
JUDGE'S WIFE WOULD NOT
HAVE DECIDED THAT WAY
KANSAS ClTi*, MO., Dec. 12.—
Judge Gates in ihe circu't coart to
day rendered a decision too the effect
that a silk skirt is not an article of
necessity, and that if a woman pur
chases one her husband is not bound
to pa) for it.
The decision was rendered ia the
case of the Americas Outfitting Qo.
against Carleton King Mis. Ring
is a regular customer of the outfitting
company and runs a bill. A few
months ago she purchased a silk skirt
for (16.50, and as usual had it charg
ed. When the hill came'in her hus
band objected to the skirt item and
refused to pay for it. The outfitting
company, after trying in vain to col
lect the bill, broueht suit.
King let up that as tiie skirt was
no an article of necessity he was not
bound to pay for it, an 1 Judje Gates
upheld his contention, rendering judg
meat for him and taxing the costs
against the outfitting company.
"No one need tell me," declared the
judge, "that silk skirts that cost
|16.50 are a necessity to any woman.
My wife finds it possible to live
comtortauly and happily and even go
oat into society with skirts that cost
"Tins idea of a woman having to
get herself out in silks aud satins and
frippery is all foolishness. If her
husband wants her to have such things
and is willing to pay for them it is
all right, but when she buys them
without his consent and has them
charged to his account I will not be a
party to the holding up by forcing
bin to pay for them."
JAMES J. CORBETT IS TO
BECOME A REAL ACTOR
NEW YORK. Dec. James J.
Oorbett is shortly to retire from the
vaudeville stage. This noes not mean
that James will stop acting. Far from
it, in fact; for if liis present plans
do not miscarry he will begin acting
ou a much more important scale in
the near future.
Corbett is to have a Shaw play all
ty himself, and to appear ondei really
iirst class management with a Broad
way company and production. The
play is a dramitizatiou of "Cashel
Brown s Profession,'' hy Stanislaus
Strange, from George Bernard Shaw's
novel of that name, and Corbett will
be featured in an elaborate production
of the piece by Henry B. Harris,
who lias great faith in the bility of bis
It is Mr. Harris' plan to surround
Corbett with the bes: oonipany pro
curaable- to give the play a .sumptous
production, aud in fact, to give his
new star every aid it is possible to
Marvelous, little Japan seems to be
in a regular frenzy of growth aud
development. Sinoe April t the in
land nation baa ordered |2fi,000,000
worth of railway equippment from
WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE
Griggs Block N. I. NEUBAUER Griggs Block
Complete Stock of
Complete Stock of Dolls, Work
Boxes, Toilet Sets, Ail Marked
at Department Store Prices.
Valuable Premium Coupons
In All Departments
Watch Our Ad. for
OF WENATCHEE, WASH.
General banking business. Correspondents: Bank of Seattle
Anglo-California bank, San Francisco; Chase National bank, New York. First
National bank, Chicago.
j M TOMPKINS. Pres. R. F.LEWIS, V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier
The Wenatchee Development Com
pany beg to announce that they have
taken off sale all lots in replat of First
Addition to Wenatchee, also all lots in
Great Northern Replat of Wenatchee,
south of Orondo Aye., also all of Grand
View Addition. Due notice will be given
when these properties are again placed
ARTHUR GUNN, Resident Manager.
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.