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THE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK
ING COMPANY. C. G. Hall, presi
dent; H. N. May, sec., treas. and
mgr. Funeral Directors and Li
censed Embalmers. Mrs. H. N.
May, lady assistant. Parlor, No.
19 Mission street north. Second
door north of Great Northern ho
tel. Phone 1165 Open day aud
night. Wenatchee, Wash.
B F. SPRAGUE, Professional Fune
er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs.
ral Director and Licensed Embalm-
A. J. Martin, lady assistants.
Phone 1375. Wenatchee. Wash.
DR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over
Mechtel's Bakery. Phone 981.
OR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist.
Phone 1466, Columbia Valley
Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash.
O. P. BARROWS, Lawyer. Rooms
f_l and 2, Rosenberg Block. Phone
LUDINGTON & KEMP, Lawyers.
Farmers & Merchants Bank Build
ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Ludlng
ton, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting At
W. E. Goldman O. P. Easterwood
EASTERWOOD & GOLDMAN, Attor
neys at Law. Wenatchee, Wash.
M. W. BIRD. Architect. "Bullie
ef Fine Homes.' Phone 55«
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, I will
do lathing and plastering, two coat
work, any kind of finish, for 15
cents per square yard; or will fur
nish all material and labor for 27
cents. Any contracts made at
present prices will hold good dur
ing this season. 'Work guaranteed
to be the best of its kind in the
city. Phone 297 or call at 524
Kittitas street. A. E. Edwards.
A. O. U. W., No. 83, meets at Eagle
hall first and third Friday nights
of each month. Neil Cozart, M.
W.; Artie Tedford, Recorder.
i. O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No.
157 meets at Sprague hall, every
Saturday night. A. J. Adams.
Noble Strand. D. M. Coulter, Vice
Grand. J. E. Gipe, Secretary.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Howard Camp No. 3973, meeU cv
cry Thursday evening at Sprsgne'»
Hall. Visiting members cor
dially Invited. Anna W. May.
Recorder; Jennie bartlett. Orselt
THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet
the tret and third Wednesday of
the month in Eagle ball. Visit
ing members cordially Invited to
attend. J. C. Campbell, Illustri
ous Protector; Miss Anna Kyle,
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORP8—Daniel
McCook Corps No. 15 meets at
Sprague Hall second and fourth
Fridays of each month at i p. m.
Mrs. L. Wenner. president; Anna
W. May, Secretary.
HED APPLE CAMP NO. 10747, M.
W. A., meets every Monday night,
at Sprague hall. All visiting mem
bers are cordially invited to at
tend. C. M. Rice, Counsel. W. S.
I»OEMEN, Columbia Homestead,
No. 682, meets first and third Tues
\ys of each month at Sprague
h U. For information, see U. F.
La*., Deputy. W. A. Grant, Fore
man, c. W. Jorgenson, Correspon
0. A. R., Daniel McCoofc
p oat. No. 105, Department
° k Washington and Alaska
°»e«» a 2d and 4th Friday*
of e««fc month at Odd Fel
lews Hall. LP. **rrin. Commander;
U O. Merrill. AdJ^ aat .
F - * 4. M., River
side No. 112.
meets evsry i st and
3rd Friday of each
month at Bower
nr i» . n
hall. A. Bap tie. W. M.; R. H. Nw- o
OF AMERICA meets
every Friday evening
in Sprague hall. Vtoft
»l Weedmea cerdially
twrtoed Terry Rose, clerk; B. F.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1909.
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S. C. WARD, Civil Engineer anc
Surveyor. Irrigation work a ape
eUlty. Office, Columbia Valley
Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash
FRED BERRY, Civil Engineer. Land
surveying, sub-division work, esti
mates, and irrigation projects.
Phone 1564. County Engineer's
Office, Wenatchee, Wash.
STANDARD VARIETIES of Garden,
flower and hotbed seeds. We take
orders for plants. Wenatchee &
Rock Island Warehouse company.
Corner Palouse and Wenatchee
avenue. Phone 1435.
FOR SALE —Cabbage, celery, to
mato, pepper, lettuce, egg, cauli
flower and other garden plants in
quantities. Good varieties. Send
in large orders early. W. S. Mil
ner. Phone 724. Washington and
E streets. tf
Leave orders for same at Wenatchee
& Rock Island Warehouse Co.,
corner Wenatchee Avenue and Pa
louse. Phone 1435.
WANTED —Boy with horse, to de
liver paper route. Inquire at Daily
WANTED —Salesmen to represent
one of the leading nurseries in the
northwest. Large stock; choice
territory; commission paid weekly.
If you are a hustler and can sell,
write us. Albany Nurseries, Al
bany, Ore. 5-16
WANTED —Girl for general house
work. Call Mattie Rawlins, at
Wenatchee Dept. Store. 4-29
WANTED —Man and wife want work
on fruit ranch. Write John Becker,
care H. J. Betty, R. F. D. 3, We
natchee, Wash. 5-3
DINING ROOM GIRL and chamber
mail wanted at Columbia hotel.
Apply at office. tf
WANTED —A girl 14 or 15 years of
age, to assist in general house
work. Must understand the work.
Phone 199, Cashmere, Wash. Mrs.
C. S. Fisher. 5-5
Plowing or grading or any kind of
work done in first class shape, at rea
sonable prices. Call or address
South Mission, or Phone 2502. 5-1
WANTED —An irrigator—one who
knows his business. Address, giv
ing experience, references and sal
ary wanted. Moses Coulee Fruit
Land Co., Boston Blk., Seattle. 4-28
WANTED —Position as cook in ho
tel, camp or restaurant. Address
K. Gota, P. O. Box 178, Wenat
chee, Wash. 5-5
FOR RENT—Orchard ranch on Lake
Chelan. Wash. Cash, improvement
or share term lease. Address
Walter V. Cook, Lakeside, Wash.
FOR RENT —Camping sites near A.-
V.-P. exposition grounds. Beautiful
location, overlooking Lake Wash
ington. Convenient to exposition
and car lines. For further Infor
mation, terms, and reservations,
address Mrs. Thomas C. Wiswell.
4529 Brooklyn avenue, Seattle; or
see Mr. Wiswell at Wenatchee. 4-29
FOR RENT —Furnished room, close
in. No. 222 Methow St. 4-29
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT—
Close in. Call at 208 Chelan ave
nue south. 5-6
1.000 CUSTOMERS WANTED to
use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T.
Blunck, Phone 573. Wenatchee,
ROOMER AND BOARDER wanted.
609 Wenatchee avenue south. 5-3
WANTED — Private party with
$1>500.00 to $2,000.00 to discount
short time gilt edge notes; invest
ment will net over 15 per cent;
longest time January 1. Address
G. W., care Dally World. tf
25 CENTS PER INSERTION; *1.00
A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE
AN OKANOGAN RANCH for sale.
160 acres under the Loup Loup
irrigation project. Water guaran
teed next year; 2% acres bearing
orchard; 12 acres young orchard;
100 acres in cultivation; fine soil;
perennial springs; all farm machin
ery. $100 per acre. No agents.
Address H. O. Hinde, R. F. D. No.
1, Okanogan, Wash. tf
THE MALAGA REAL ESTATE CO.
has a few bargains in orchard
tracts. These were listed just be
fore the advance in prices in the
Malaga fruit lands. The present
list prices only hold good for a few
days. If you want a genuine bar
gain see us at once. Malaga Real
Estate Co. tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—I4I
acres in Methow valley for sale
on easy terms, or will exchange
for Wenatchee residence lots or
small home. 100 acres under
fence, 40 acres cultivated, 40
bearing fruit trees, berries of all
kinds, small house 12x28, barn
32x32, other out buildings, spring
branch on place, fine bunch grass
range adjoining; 1 mile from
school and creamery. This is an
ideal dairy, fruit and stock ranch.
If sold within 30 days will sell at
a bargain. For price and terms,
phone 1744, or call at Room 5,
over Mechtel's bakery, Wenatchee,
BEARING ORCHARD —21 acres of
fine soil, only one mile from Cash
mere, which is in the center of the
Wenatchee valley. 15 acres in or
chard, Winesaps, Spitzenbergs and
Jonathans; 5 acres in alfalfa; en
tire tract is level. Good water
right, close to the ditch, and is one
of the best locations in the valley.
Six acres of the orchard is in fine
bearing and the balance is under
six years old but will soon be one
of the money makers of the valley.
House, good stable and some fine
outbuildings. From this place one
commands a fine view of the "Vale
of Cashmere," the beauty spot of
the Wenatchee valley. One good
Investment like this is better than
a life time of labor. If you know
this, then why not investigate this
at once before it is too late. The
price will advance if not taken
within thirty days. Price for ten
days $1,550 per acre; good terms.
ESTES-HANAN REALTY COM
PANY, Cashmere, Wash., Phone
19 ACRES under the government
project, three miles from town;
soil volcanic ash, lays good for irri
gation; set out to apple trees of
the following varieties: Spitzen
berg, Winesap and Jonathan. Price
$200 per acre; one-half cash, bal
ance five years, interst 8 per cent.
South Half Land Co., Okanogan,
FOR SALE—At Orondo, under the
new irrigation system, 12 acres of
uncultivated land, all fenced, at
$160 an acre, with water. 2%
acres adjoining in two year old
pears at $500 an acre. Payment
of $1,200 down, balance long time
at 7 per cent interest. Address
i Mrs. L. Simonton, Orondo, Wash.
FOR SALE—Beautiful home on the
Entiat, 75 acres, 60 acres in good
timber, 15 acres best varieties of
commercial apples. Good six-room
house and barn. Price $12,000.
Will take part city property. Phone
TWO BEST BUYS in the Wenatchee
valley. Five acres on North We
natchee avenue, all planted to
trees, $6,000 with one-half cash.
Nine and one-half acres one and
one-fourth miles from the city, 2%
acres planted to three year old ap
ple trees, balance raw; good five
roomed house; $8,000, with one
third cash. These are undoubted
ly the two best buys in the We
natchee valley. Sunset Land com
MARY A. DAMBERGER, Profession
al Midwife and Nurse. Phone 580,
or write P. O. Box 511. Wenatchee.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY —K. J.
Cumings has moved his employ
ment agency to the building di
rectly across the street from the
Wenatchee Department Store. 4-30
ALCOHOL FOR SALE
DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale la
wmsll or large quantities, by F. T.
Blunck. Phone 573. 3-14
25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00
A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE
164 ACRES FOR SALE—7 miles
from Wenatchee and four miles
from station; 5 acres bearing or
chard; 35 acres alfalfa; good four
room house; large barn; good well
of water; fine water right. In
quire of or address N. E. Harris,
535 Wenatchee Aye. So. tf
A BARGAIN—I6O acres of land,
within three miles from city limits
of Spokane, all under the ditch;
all but 2 0 acres can be irrigated;
land adapted to the raising of all
kind f s of fruit; lies level; price
$125 per acre; easy terms; can be
divided into small tracts and sold
readily for $300 per acre.. W. W.
Wallace, 110 Wall street, Spokane,
Wash. Dealer in farm lands.
DON'T YOU WANT a fine fruit ranch
on terms that it will make the pay
ments itself and yield you a large
profit besides? We have just such
a chance for you in a 20-acre tract
of the Dutch John ranch, with one
of the best water rights in the
state; good spring water for do
We have five lots for sale in Mal
aga at $75 each, 1-3 cash, balance
on long time. The Malaga Real
Estate Co. tf
POULTRY AND EGGS
EGGS FOR HATCHING—From our
pure bred S. C. White Leghorns,
Barred Plymouth Rocks. S. C.
Rhode Island Reds, Houdans. The
establishment of heavy laying
strains our specialty. Call for free
catalog containing description of
breeding pens, prices ef eggs and
records of oar phenomenal layers.
78 birds exhibited at our last shew
won 64 regular prizes and 5 silver
cups. Stock for sale. WEST END
POULTRY RANCH, Phoae 575
EGG MACHINE—A TEN MONTHS
LAYER—THE ANCONAS. Eggs
for sale. 15 for $2.00. H. T. Cox,
Wenatchee, Wash. 4-31
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE —Have two good
lots on Okanogan avenue for sale.
In bearing trees. Sightly location.
Water right with the property.
Enough fruit to pay big interest
and property increasing rapidly in
value. Anyone wishing desirable
residence property should call me
by phone, No. 294. Geo. R. Wil
son, owner. 5-8
FOR SALE —A fine home with full
bearing orchard, close to city lim
its. Address L. C, care Daily
A BARGAIN in business property on
Wenatchee avenue. Two 30-ft.
lots. Inquire at 113 Orondo ave
nue, or Phone 795. 4-29
FOR SALE—New house and lot,
close in. Price $1,500; cash $500.
balance like paying rent. Phene
1963 or call 228 Chelan avenue
RAVESSANT, Percheron Stallion,
will stand the season as follows:
Fridays and Saturdays at the
Farmers* Feed Stable; Sundays
and Mondays at T. R. Chisholm
ranch, 3 mills south of Wenat
chee; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays at Southside. Terms,
$10 for single service, $15 for the
season and $20 to insure. Phone
XIO7. T. R. Chisholm, proprie
PUBLIC SPRAYING.—I am prepared
to do spraying for the public in
Wenatchee. Phone 1012, or call
W. J. Crow, 403 Fourth street.
PUBLIC SPRAYING —For spraying,
call on or address Joe Edwards,
Columbia Valley Bank building or
phone 255. 5-3
FOR SALE—Good team, weight 3000
pounds. One good driving horse.
1200 pounds; one thoroughbred
trotter 4-year-old; one extra good
riding horse; one Winona wagon,
3-inch; one Moline 2-seated hack,
IYa inch; one sulky plow; one
fresh milch cow; household furni
ture, consisting of bedroom set,
folding louuge, washing machine,
and other articles too numerous to
mention. I wish to close these
out by May Id. H. J. Betty, R. F.
D. Not 3, Wenatchee, Wash. 5-10
25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00
A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN
GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE.—If
you bave a bunch of boys, or know
of friends east who have, here i 3
a chance for them. 3,100 acre*,
2,780 acres of this is deeded, 320
acres leased for 5 years. Fine wa
ter rights and ditches on 1,700
acres of the deeded land, balance
good dry farming land. 1,000
acres cleared of sage brush. Much
of it in hay, alfalfa and grain now.
It could advantageously be cut up 1
into 6or 8 farms. Bear river and
Mill creek run through the land.
There are 16 miles of fences, 12
miles of ditches.
It is on the Union Pacific rail
road, 7 miles from Knight, 16
miles from Evanston, the county
seat of Uinta county, Wyoming,
and 75 miles east of Ogden, Utah.
Fine hay, grain and stock
ranch. Excellent free range.
The water right alone will soon
be worth the price ($28,500) ask
ed for the whole proposition, land,
water rights, buildings and all.
You will notice this figures out
about $15 an acre for irrigable!
land and $3 for dry farming land.
For full description, etc., ad
dren R. M. Lewis, 136 McClelland
avenue. Salt Lake City, Utah, or
Rufus Woods, Daily, World, We
The usual real estate commis
sion will be paid parties finding a
buyer for this property. Write
to your eastern friends and get in
on this. 4-30
FIRST CLASS SPRAYER for sale.
Inquire Phone 671. tf
CITY DAIRY FOR SALE—6S cows
and heifers and 50 acres of land.
Best buy in valley. Phone 757,
or address City Dairy, Wenatchee,
Good team for sale; drive either
single or double. Weight 1250 each.
For work or driving. Address
South Mission, or phone 2502. 5-1
FOR SALE—Tools of A. E. Thomp
son repair shop, No. 30 Mtsison
street south, at about % value.
Call and see me at shop. Every
body having property in my shop
call and get same on or before
April 30. I expect to close up
shop. A. E. Thompson. 5-1
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE—Cheap.
Practically new; 3% H. P., roller
bearing engine. Phone X 214.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE —43
acres 1-2 mile from Malaga. Have
water right. 1 acre In bearing or
chard. Price $3500. Will exchange
for Wenatchee property. Smart
Brothers' Real Estate Co., Malaga,
FOR SALE —Seven room house, good
cellar, rock foundation. Two acres
set to trees. Located in city lim
its. Call on Nick Ackerman, Cas
cade street, or Phone 2062. 5-27
FURNITURE FOR SALE—In five
roomed house. Can rent house.
Phone 722. 5-3
YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE —Sucking
pigs, six weeks old. will be deliv
ered May 8 in Wenatohee. S. J.
LOST—A pin, gold mounted and
ornamented with a bunch of
grapes. Pinned in lace tie. Flossie
Webster, phone 325. 4-29
Killed in Train Wreck.
George Bean, of Portland, was
killed and 15 other workmen hurt
in a train wreck Tuesday afternoon,
32 miles northeast of Pasco, on the
S., P. & S. railroad. The train
backed against a huge rock.
With one arm off and badly gashed
about the head, Dan Leach, a laborer
of Ethel, was dragged from under a
freight train at Toppenish, Tuesday,
His injuries are considered fatal.
Charles Black, Seattle.
W. M. Piatt, Spokane.
F. M. Milberry and family, Brew
Rum Anuel, Minneapolis.
E. D. Barnard. Spokane.
M. P. Harter, Seattle.
C. H. Robinson, Grand Forks.
C. A. Wbitiker. Seattle.
J. C. Feasman, San Francisco.
W. T. Kennedy.
C. C. Clark, Seattle.
W. B. Keen, Portland.
T. M. Hulias, Seattle.
M. H. Carr, Leavenworth.
O. L. Peterson, Leavenworth.
CARE FOR TOTS AMD
ENGLISH LAW BARRING CHIL
DREN FROM SALOONS IS CIR
CUMVENTED BY HIRING AT
TENDANTS FOR CHILDREN.
London. April 29.—A1l sorts of un
forseen results mark the enforcement
of the "children's charter," which
went into effect April 1. The clause
banishing juveniles from saloons has
caused the publicans not only to es
tablish waiting rooms with open doors
adjoining their bars, but to hire uni
formed nurses to mind the children
while their elders drink. These nurses
wait about the threshholds of the sa
loons and offer their services free of
charge to the customers. In one case
a horse trough in front of a saloon
I was dried out and filled with hay,
where babies were deposited and
looked after by a boy.
I*rofit in "Minding the Kids."
"Minding the kids" is now the oc
cupation of numberless boys from the
slums, who charge a penny a head.
| regardless of time. During a recent
1 rainfall a cab was observed standing
tat the curb in front of a bar doing
business as a creche. Some people are
beginning to think that the expos
ure to the wet and cold while their
parents drink is worse than having
the little ones inside the barrooms.
Firms hitherto supplying buns and
cakes to saloons for children now
only operate in the juvenile waiting
The boys are said to be getting
around the antf-cigarette clause by
smoking in railway and street cars, at
home and even on the highways. In
the latter case they step inside the
nearest householder's gateway when
a policeman approaches, thus escaping
the charge of smoking in a public
Lawyers Tell How to Evade Law.
The weekly newspapers public arti
cles by lawyers on how to evade the
anti-cigarette clause. One lawyer
counsels the boys who want to smoke
to take girls out with them to carry
the tobacco, since the police may not
search girls. "An occasional penny
worth of sweets," he says, "as an
honorarium for secreting your tobac
co, will be an excellent insurance
policy against confiscation."
Many children buy tobacco from
other children serving in the shops.
They do not call for tobacco, but for
"coffin nails," "a bundle of wood" or
"five-on-one chances," the last men
tioned term referring to a popular
brawl of cigarettes selling at five for
It is probable that stringent amend
ments shortly will be laid before par
liament, which is determined to make
the "children's charter" a thoroughly
Jim Jeffries appears to be very
anxious now to meet Johnson. He Is
credited with having said during a
confab in New York that he would
go after Johnson without a cash of
fer. This statement was the result
of that $50,000 offer from Manager
McCary of the Pacific Athletic club.
McCary offered Jim the coin, win,
lose or draw.
The Canadian Racing association is
'after the Outlaws. It is announced
from Toronto that those who partic
ipated in the outlaw meet in Dufer
rin park last fall will be barred this
I Old Cy Young is still there with
the wing. Last week Cy put it all
over Detroit, while his team mates
lammed Lafitte for further orders.
Farming life must have done Cy good
during the past winter.
Jimmy Coffroth, on his recent trip
east, says that he has no fear but
that Johnson and Jeff will make the
deal all right. As to that Ketchel af
fair, regarding Johnson's fear of the
papers roasting him, the dusky fight
er has no need for apprehension. None
of the papers will hand him anything
but the best of it, if he's "right."
One thing about those mountain
races down in California is that the
participants can make good time
coming back. The race, it is said, is
to be run along precipices where the
slightest misstep would mean a fall
of thousands of feet. Good chance
'o make a speed record by jumping
Since the Marathon craze struck
the country prominent runners, who
at one time were satisfied with 50
bucks as prize money, now want
$1000. With a view to establishing
something like uniform prizes.