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IS THE CHAMPION
Chas. Deviluk, Famous Wrestler, Has
Pleasant Visit With His Brother
Louis Deviluk of Qumcy.
QUINCY, Wash., March 21, 1907.
—Chas. Deviluk, brother of Louis,
Delivuk of the Quincy Hardware Co.,
of this city, was here on a visit this
week. It is the first time in 25
years that the brothers have met and
it is putting it mildly to say that it
was a pleasant visit for both the
Mr Chas. Delivuk, who is a finely
built, husky fellow, is a champion
wrestler, and is on his way to Seattle
to get a match with Dr. B. F. Roller.
Stopping over in Spokane for a few
days he was rounded up by a Spokes
man-Review reporter who had the
following for his paper:
"Charles Delivuk, the champion
wrestler of Australia and Canada,
who has finishel second and third
respjectlvely in the big tournaments
at Montreal, open to the world,
where he met such men at Gotch,
Tom Jenkins, Pietro, Yank Rodgers
and other heavy men, is in the city.
Delivuk is looking for a match with
any of the wrestlers in this section
of the country and before he goes
back hopes to arrange a match
with Dr. B. F. Roller,the Seattle
who gave Gotch such a hard tus
sle last fall.
'"Delivuk has a hatful of medals
and a big grip full of souvenirs rep
resenting victories in tournaments
and bouts all over the world. t He
days visiting bis brother, Louis Del
ivuk, at Quincy, Wash. He has not
seen his brother for 25 years,when
Louis left the little home in Austra
lia to come to America. The big
wrestler is taking a few presents to
his little nephews and is looking
forward to the visit with the eager
ness of a child.
"Delivuk did not know a hold in
catch-as-catch-can wrestling when
he came to this country two years
and a half ago,but he proved an
apt pupil, and with his great strength
and magnificent physical condition
quite easily caught on. At the open
tournament at Buffalo in 1906, he
finished third, losing to Gotch in a
heart-breaking match. The men
struggled fifty minutes without a
fall the second bout. Gotch won fin
has been in this country two years
and a half and has tackled prac
tically all of the big men in the game
"Incidently he will spend a few
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ally In one hoar and six minutes.
Delivuk won the tournament at
Greco-Roman style in Montreal in
which Gotch was entered.
"The Australian is a stalwart fel
low, standing 6 feet one inch and
weighing 195 pounds. He says he is
always in condition and would be
ready to wrestle in an hour's time.
He inquired for Dr. Roller, Duncan
C. Ross, the soldier, Duncan McMil
lan, Jack O'Niel or his Indian pro
tege. Two Feathers. On being told
that there were some good middle
weights in this section of the coun
tre he said he would be glad to take
a hanlicap match with them."
Quincy News Notes.
" QUINCY, Wash., March 21, 1907.
—Dr. Vail made a professional visit
to Ephrata the first of the week.
A surprise was sprung on many
of our citizens this week when E.
M. Scott, grain buyer for McDonald
& Mcßean, grain buyers of Seattle,
was united in marriage to Blanche
Mauser, youngest daughter of A. E.
Mauser of the Quincy Lumber &
Grain Co. The couple took the train
for Wenatchee Tueslay evening, re
turning to Quincy the following even
ing as man and wife. Both the young
people are highly, esteemed in this
vicinity and numerous frienls wish
them long life .and the best that can
be added thereto.
A new postal regulation will go
into effect March 20. It requires
that all box rents must be paid be
tween the 20th of the last month
of the quarter and the first of the
Michael Reimann of Odessa has
begun building on a lot purchased
from Sam Reimann. The building
is near the German Lutheran
Mrs. E. Malette's sister, Mrs.
Boyce, of Shelby, Mont., stopped
over on a couple of days visit here
this week. She was on her way to
C. Uran has purchased the stal
lion, Leo, from Jesse Haverlo, the
purchase price being $1,000.
Postmaster C. W. Stewart has
been on the sick list this week and
has had to give up his duties at the
postoffice for several days. Miss
Lillian Stewart has taken his place.
M. J. Hoagland of Odessa, Wash.,
is in town this week on professional
A. A. Littyl, sheriff of Waterville,
came to Quincy Monday on the in
terests of Hans Thompson of Ritz
ville. He served papers on R. Hod
gins to vacate Mr. Thompson's land
east of town, which Mr. Hodgins has
been occupying and refusing to get
off. claiming it was railroad land snd
could be held by a squatter.
J. C. Wade of the O. K. pool hall
has lost installed a fine floor case,
which is ten feet long and three feet
wide, costing $100. It is a valuable
addition to the other furniture,
i A snow storm started In here Son
day evening about dark and in the
morning out citizens were surprised
to find about an inch, or over, of snow
covering the ground. However, it
melted entirely away before noon on
A brother and sister of S. J. Mc-
Donald arrived here from their home
in Lowell Monday to live on their
C. W. Hudson has an attractive
sign across his show windows call
ing atention to his jewelry stock.
A dance was held at the Crescent
Bar ranch on the Columbia river, Sat
urday, at which about 30 people
were present to trip the light fan
tastic. Varner's string band was in
attendance and discoursed excellent
music for the occasion. Everyone
reports having had the best kind of
Wm. Spanjer and wife left on an
extended visit to Ritzville.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Banko, of the
firm of Banko-Zimmer Co., have
moved into the house formerly used
by H. Mehlberg. The house they
are vacating will be occupied by R.
C. Stalker and wife.
E. L. Weber has accepted a posi
tion with E. A. Brown in his general
J. L. Dickinson of the "Leader",
has installed a new counter about 12
feet long which he has had recently
shipped to him from Chicago. The
whole front of the counter is filled
with sectional glass cases, and be
sides being an ornament, it cannot
be surpassed as a silent salesman.
Keeping out of trouble may be hard
work, but it is more satisfactory than
trying to get out.
Put your dollars in any old invest
ment scheme and help make the pro
motors rich and sow seeds for future
deliberation and subsequent wisdom
on your own part.
Carefully Sawed and Selected
Dry Pine Flume Lumber
Humor ma Philosophy
HAKES A DIFFERENCE.
No wonder little ones enjoy
The festive Christmas season.
They do not have to pay the bills.
And that may be the reason.
With ftrm belief in Santa Claus.
They think it mighty tunny
That any one should raise a roar
About the waste of money.
They whoop it up from morn till night
With horn and drum and trumpet.
And any one who doesn't like
The sound can simply lump it.
They carefully investigate
Each trinket, toy and token,
Take out the works and try to sea
How many can be broken.
They do not figure on the cost
Nor understand the pater
To meet the bills by New Year's day
Must work a little later.
And so they romp about the house
And try to keep things humming
The way that they had planned to do
When It was only coming.
Then let them turn things upride down
And do their share of eatin?.
They never will be youn'r again,
For time, they say. is fieetins?.
So let them t:;ste the sweets of life
And let them sip the honey.
They will discover seen enough
That Santa Claus spells money.
"Do you know what the wages of
"What is itr
"A soft berth with a big trust"
Between the busy moments of elec
tion and the date for the meeting of
congress the legislators who have been
reading that delightful work, "Every
Man His Own Santa Claus; or, What's
the Use of Having the Public Treasury
Handy if You Do Not Help Yourself?"
have decided to raise their pay from
a paltry $5,000 a year to the more
munificent sum of $7,500.
It Is hard to
cultivate an ap
petite for the
bread of char
Surely there Is no taxpayer In the
broad land who would not gladly work
a little harder in order that their con
gressmen should be removed from the
fear of want.
It was getting so it was hard to in
duce any one to take the job for the
former salary. In some congressional
districts all of the male Inhabitants
were not candidates at the last elec
tion, preferring to remain home and
have plenty to eat on a thousand or
two a year rather than to face starva
tion at the national capital on $.">,OOO.
a man in love
is a futile effort
In trying to
make the blind
Beauty and Utility.
"Hands across the sea is a beautiful
sentiment, isn't it?"
"I guess so, but I don't know what
"To tell the truth, I don't either."
"Maybe it means that London is go
ing to supply Kansas with farm
Why need we care that others live
In costly garb of silken knit
And eat the best tbe earth can give?
Dyspepsia will pay for it!
"Susie says she is fond of her own
"Yes, but she wants them to come
from a plate glass mirror."
An even temper is rarely found with
an odd disposition.
A man's affinity Is a woman who will
tolerate his habits.
Some friendships thrive best on ab
A woman who never lets up is bound
to make a man come down.
A heart of gold isn't often found be
hind a face of brass.
A swift uplift is apt to be tbe pre
enreor of s sadden come down.
•y DORCAN M. SMITH
Raising Their Pay,
Didn't Tire Her Brain.
Are Buying Their
Outfits at the
And Are Surprised
EAGLE LIVERY &
E. GAUNTT, carpenter and builder.
Plans and estimates furnished. 125
DR. KING, office over Wenatchee
Furniture Co. Farmers phone 981.
FRANK CULP, M. D., A. T. Kaupp,
M. D. Office over First National
DR. MOAD, Office in Rosenberg bid.
Office phone Frs. 503. Res. ph. 483.
DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, over We
natchee Furniture Co. Phone Frs.
H. W. RUSSELL, for wall paper,
paints and oils, painting, paper
hanging and signs.
CHELAN COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.,
Inc., Corner Palouse and Mission
streets. Wenatchee, Wash. Far's.
Phone 661, Pacific States
SECOND HAND GOODS bought and
sold. Pay good prices and sell
reasonably. L. A. McClure, op
posite the Columbia hotel.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS bought and
sold by J. C. Eikelberner, corner
Ist street and Columbia. Phone
JOHN BENNETT, professional ac
countant, auditor and valuer, of
ficial receiver and assignee. Par
adise R. F. D., Cashmere, Wash.
E. F. SPRAGUE, Professional fun
eral director and licensed embalm
er. A graduate by years of exper
ience. Farmers Phone 224. P. S.
phone 23. Wenatchee, Wash.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
meets Wednesday evening in Bow
er hall. Visiting Woodmen cor
dially invited. Frank Baggott,
clerk; R. L. Bartlett, Counsel.
ROSS RROS. Wagon work, rubber
tires a specialty. Bend sawing.
IRA XHOMAS, suite 1, VV. T. Rarey
& Co.'s building.
C. G. HALL, Undertaker and funer
al director. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady
Columbia and Okanogan
MR retire on and after Not. 1. 1906.
Leave Wenatehee daily.. .5:00 a. m.
Orondo daiyl 8:00 a. m.
*' Entiat daily 8:3 oa. m.
" Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m.
" Pateros daily 5:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily.. . .6:00 p. m.
Leave Brewster daily ... .4:00 a. m.
Pateros daily 4:20 a.m.
'* Chelan Falls daily .8:30 a. m.
" Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
" Orondo daiiy 10:00 a.m.
Arrive We atcLee daily..l2:oo m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings. Returning leaves
Bridgeport seme night.
Ask for special folder j regarding
Okanogan irrigation project and
Lake Chelan country.
B. A. GRIGOO, Gen. Mrg.~