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240 trees bearing; grapes
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plt-nty vegetables. The
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time you take possession.
Splendid soil fronting on
two streets, all in fine
fruit just coming into bear
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and out houses. Very near
in, good neighborhood.
The location and all con
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Good Soil, Beautiful Scenery
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
First Day is Replete With Events
of Importance to This
I TACOMA, May 20.—1f Damon an.l
j Pythias, upon the exemplification of
■of whose friendship the order of
Knights of Pythias was founded,
could have viewed the gorgeous
'splendor, the exhibition of fraternal
j feeling and crowded castle hall that
I were incidents of the dedication of
'the magnificent new temple of Com
jmencement lodge, No. 7, last night
Ithey must needs have remarked that
their lives had not been in vain.
The day, which broke with a warm
'sunshine and balmy breeze blowing
| from the Sound, could not have been
j more suited for the opening of the
i grand lodge of Washington Pythians
I than were weather conditions yest
jerday. Coincident with the meeting
iof the grand ledge was the session of
the grand chapter of the Pythian Sis
ters in a smaller lodge room of the
new Pythian temple.
Mayor Wright opened the day's
proceedings with a brief address, in
which he extended for the city of
Tacoma and its people the right hand
of fellowship and the 2,000 visiting
knights and ladles.
The day was replete with much
that made glad the hearts of the
members of this fraternity.
The grand lodge convened at 10
o'clock in the forenoon in the palatial
castle hall. The grand lodge meet
ing was called to order by Grand
Chancellor H. D. Cooley and the us
ual preliminary work of such sessions
was hurriedly dispatched.
LANDS RELEASED FROM WITH
DRAWAL IN NATIONAL FOREST
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 21 —
Tracts of land aggregating nearly one
million acres in the National Forests
in Washington, Oregon, California, '
and Wyoming have just been releas
ed from temporary withdrawal by the
Interior Department, at the request ;
of the Forest Service. Thi3 action
has been taken in order to readjust
the boundaries of the National For
ests so as to include only land chief
ly valuable for forest purposes. The
tracts just released in the States
named will be open to settlement late
in July and to entry a month later.
In the last twq months tracts aggre
gating nearly three million acres
have been released at the request
of ihe Forest Service.
The releases which have just been
made includ. 133,120 acres of land
adjacent to tae San Jacinto National
Forest, San Diego County, Califor
nia: 247,280 acres adjoining the j
Washington National Forest, Wash
ington: 98,360 acres adjacent to the
Mt. Ranier National Forest in Cow
litz, Clarke, aifd Skamania counties,
Washington: 2 8.440 acres from the
Medicine Bow National Forest in Wy
oming and Colorado, and 478,760
acres adjacent to the Cascade and
Heppner National Forests in Mor
row, Umatilla, and Grant counties,
During the past winter and spring
the Forest Service has had a force
of men in the field readjusting the 1
boundaries of the National Forests, I
is suitable for other purposes is now
most small and narrow and more or]
I less isolated so that their elimina
| couraged in these lands, which are]
open to homesteaders under the Act I
of June 11, 1906. This act provides!
for the homesuading of agricultural I
lands in the National Forests and is
being generally taken advantage of
for that purpose. Stockmen and :
ranchers are not slow in realizing the ;
benefits of residence in National For- :
ests and in many cases petitions have '
been received by the Forest Service
for further extension of their area.
This, however, the Service is careful I ;
not to do unless it can be shown that
the land is chiefly valuable for for- i
ets or protection purposes. j i
Brief State Sews.
SPOKANE—Answering a riot colli
|W. and C. P. welch who had threat-1
i enad 3hoct J. S. Cook because they j
using too much.
OLYMPlA—Governor Mead has
granted two conditional pardons to
Grant Bogea and Edgar Parsons, sen
tenced to five year terms in 1906, for
robbery. Testimony showed that the
men were drunk. Their pardon will"
only be in force as long as they lead
NORTH YAKIMA—Three bands of
reservation Indians started at sunrise
yesterday to round np the ponies
that had been running wild on the
plains for the winter. By sunset all
but about 75 horses had been cor
ralled. The roundup embraces about
2,500 nags, and tomorrow the red
men will cut out the marketable
beasts and sell them, turning the
others back to grass.
OLYMPIA—The board of control
took under consideration yesterday
the re-establishment of the colony
system for caring for the old soldiers
at the Orting home. Through the
failure of the 1905 legislature to
make appropriations the colony sys
tem had to be discontinued, but the
last session appropriated $10,000 for
this means of caring for the veterans
and the system will soon be revised.
ELLENSBURG—- The city council
and fire department of Cle Elum has
voted not to encourage any celebra
tion of the Fourth in their home city,
it being planned to join wih Ellens
burg for the day and take part in the
great Kittitas celebration to be held
CENTRALIA—A brakemau em
ployed on the N. P. fell from the ca
boose of a freight train that was
backing into the stockyards last
night and was ground to pieces un
der his own train. The man is named
Pierce and is said to have relatives in
RELATIVE OF GEN. LEW
WALLACE IX ALMS HOUSE
.lames B. Ward, Pioneer of Oregon,
Who Claims to Have Written
Part of "Ben-Hur."
PORTLAND, May 22.—Broken
down in health at the age of 78 years
penniless and with no place he can
call home, James Barton Ward, half
brother of Gen. Lew Wallace, and a
pioneer of Oregon of 1846, has been
admitted by the county court to the
poorhouse, where he will pass the re
mainder of his days.
Ward says he has no relatives liv
ing in Oregon. He has lived alone for
many years on a small farm which
he owned near Oregon City. A short
time ago he deeded the property to
th ! McLaughlin institute and after
ousting himself from his own home
the old man made application to the
county authorities for admission to
According to the story which he
told to the county court yesterday,
he himself wrote the first half of
U - -X the famous novel accred
il i to G n. Lew Wallace. He has
traveled extensively, according to the
story he told at the courthouse, and
was at one time secretary of the
American legation at Egypt for a
period of twelve years.
Ward has written a novel, "The
Star of Bethlehem," which he says
was not received kindly by the pub
lic. Another novel, "The .lev,- and
the Gentile," upon which he spent
many months in writing while living
upon bis Oregon City farm, was for
warded a number of weeks ago to
a New York publishing house. He
stat d yesterday t' at it will be is
sued about the middle of July.
Wife arid Brother Are Bent to Jail
but Later RkUUt d With
REIDSVILLE, Ga.. May 22.—Two
• negroes lynched and thre other per
sons dead and six others injured i.i
I the net result of an attempted crim
inal assault made last night on Mrs.
Laure Moore, white, a widow, about
six miles from here by Flem Padgeti.
a negro. Two of the Padgett family
are the ones lynched, and the death
or injury of the others followed the
'efforts of a posse to capture Padgetf.
News of the attempted assault
| aroused the citizens, who immediate
.ly went to the home of the negro's
\ father. He assured the crowd teat
ihis son was not in the house and id
ling a white man nam:: re and
| wounding four others. •> crowd
[Ired a volley into the 1. \ killing
; the old negro, Padgett. • one of
[.his daughters and woDf - two of
of the killing, the hot-headed ele
ment employed a young man *o take
Padgett's wife and one of the Pad
get* boys, who was shot thror- th
lungs, to Reidville jail, but later tr J
party followed, took the prisoners
from the young man in charge and
riddled them with buckshot.
Flem Padgett, who attempted the
assault and of whom the po33e went
in pursuit, escaped. He waa slightly
wounded. One of his brothers was
brought here and placed in Jail.
NEPHEW OF ACTRESS
IS GUILTY OF MURDER
Louis Eytinge Smiles at Verdict of
Jury—Will Get Life
PHOENIX, Aril., May 2.—Louis
V. Eytinge, who claims to be a
nephew of the famous actress, Rose
Eytinge, was today found guilty of
the murder of John Leicht of Sheboy
gan, Wis., and will be sentenced to
life imprisonment. The jury was out
all night and returned a verdict of
j murder in the first degree. Eytinge
• received the verdict unmoved and
'smiled as the foreman read the find
ing of the jury. eSntence will be
formally passed upon the prisoner
Eytinge and Leicht came to Phoe
nix together several months ago.
They were both suffering from lung
trouble and while bound for Arizona
had became acquainted. They room
ed together here and on March 17
took a ride together into the desert.
Leicht never returning. His body was
later found in an unfrequented spot
and at the inquest it developed thai
he had been poisoned. All his money
and valuables had disappeared. A
month later Eytinge was apprehend
ed in San Francisco, brought back
here and tried for murder.
ROB KEN ROOST
Pullman Man Has Several W. A. C.
Boys Charged With
PULLMAN, May 22.—A complaint
was sworn out this morning in justice
court charging nine young men most
ly students of the Washington State
college, with the crime of burglary.
The complaint i 3 sworn to by Roe
Haynes, a wealthy and prominent cit
izen, who charges the young men
with breaking into his hen house on
the night of May 16 and stealing
The affair has created a sensation
here. The alleged ringleader of the
affair is said to be E. W. Peddycord,
son of G. W. Peddycord of Spokane,
a member of the legislature and
prominent, capitalist, formerly a resi
dent of Palouse, and owner of the
saw mill at that place. I: is said that
Representative Peddycord assisted in
eating the chickens, which were
served at a banquet in the of E. \V.
Pedycord in the Swarts house.
TRIAL MAY OPEN AT
BOISE N EXT MONDAY
BOISE, Ida., May 22.—With the
absolute adjournment of the Hay
wood trial because of exhaustion of
the venire, both sides are resting to- ■
day. The sheriff and deputies are
summoning a new venire. Both sides
still retain four peremptory chal
lenges. Prosecutor Borah says he be
lieves at present the twelve selected
veniremen will stand. Juror Burn-;
has iiled with the court a certificate
that he is physically Unfitted to serve.
ley said today:
day. I think the trial will lr.ru ten
weeks." • • -
Bids will be received for the con
struction of a one-story store build
ing at Cashmere, made of cement
blocks, with plate glass front, said
building to have a frontage of
feet on Division street and about 79
feet on Cottage avenue.
Suitable bond required.
Apply for plans at store of The
Ellis-Forde Co.. Wenatchee.
Advertisement for Bids.
Bids will 'be* received for the con-
Istruction of a four-room brick school
house to b? built on the site of the
! present Lewis-Clarke building in.
'school district Xo. 4<5. Chelan county, i
: Washmrrton. Bids to be opened at j
2 o'clock p. m.. June 3, 1907.
j The board reserves. the right to
■ reject all bids.
K. C. LITTLEFIELD,
Vrenatchee, Wash. . |
Following is a list of the Wenat- I
• chee dealers' quotations on meats, I'
j fruits, vegetables, grain, hay, feed
; and flour: I
Peach Blossom Flour (oOlb
Bran, per ton f 19.00
Shorts, per ton 20.00
Bran and shorta g . 19.50
Chop barley 28.00
All grata clop SO.Ot
Grain hay $22.00
Rolled barley 28.00
Potatoes l%c lb
Little * Wetsel.
Veal (small) 04%
Veal (dressed) 08
Hides (green) 07
Hid*» (S.y) 14
Harlin Meat Co.
Steers, alive 04
Cows 03 ft
Hogs < 07
Veal (dressed) 06 to .08
Hides (green) 06
Hides (dry) 12%
Saturday Matinee, 2:30
New England Folks
The Gay Dr. Lyon
Prices 35, 50. 75c
MATINEE PRICES 15. 25c
The Red Cross Pharmacy
carries the largest stock of
drugs that is handled in We
You are waited upon by ex
perlenced drug men—men who
understand what prescriptions
call for and absolutely know
how to compound it accurately.
You may rely on getting the
best treatment in whatever line
you may desire to purchase,
from a "pill" to "Purity Ice
Cream, which we have in bulk
or serve at our tables.
Red Cross Pharmacy
Clean, Pure, Wholesome
■inpTf* Mi.. IM—p<y—l— ■—pap ««jm
' Fresh £nd Cured
Courteous treatment and
prompt delivery. Square
deal fop all
Little & Wetsel
Columbia anil Okanogan
j Effiectivc on and After Nov. 1, 1906.
Leave Wenatchee dally ...5:00a.m.
Orondo daily 8:00 a.m.
Entiat daily 8:30 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m.
! " Pateros daily 5:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily. ...6:00 p. m.
Leave Brewster dally ... .4:00 a. m.
Patcrcs daiiy 4:20 a.m.
Ch '.in Talis daily. 8:30 a. m.
" Entiat daily 9:30 a. m.
" Orondo daily 10:00 a. m.
Arrive Wenatchee daily.. 12:00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
Bridsre ' -. Monday, Wednesday and
Fr|' rnlngs Returning leaves
Ask f :• s; 1 : Iders regarding
Okanogan irrigation project and
Lake Cholan district.
Lilly's Garden Seeds
of all kinds, also seed potatoes,
the best in town. For sale by The
Central Trodace Co., at the Lillls