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Z. F. SPRAGUE, Professional Fune
ral Director and Licensed Embalm
er. Mrs. B. F. Sprague and Mrs.
A. J. Martin, lady assistants.
Phone 1375, Wenatchee, Wash.
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 and
night. Wenatchee, Wash.
DR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist.
Phone 1466. Columbia Valley
Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash.
DR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over
Mechtel's Bakery. Phone 981.
MARTIN ft BARROWS, Lawyers.
Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank
Bunding Phone 503.
LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers.
Farmers & Merchants Bank Build
ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Luding
ton. Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor
CHAS. T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate
roe, Wash. Notary Public.
M W. BIRD. Architect. "Builder
of Fine Homes." Phone 618.
A. E. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR.
Plastering; also brick, stone and
ctment work. Sidewalks a special
ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitas
s'reet, Wenatchee, Wash.
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.
L 0 0. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No.
157 meets every Saturday night at
LO.O. F. hall. P. H. Sherburne,
noble gran*; J. E. Glpe, vice
grand; George D. Perry, secre
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Howard Camp No. 3»73, meets ev
ery Thursday evening at Sprague's
Hail. Visiting members cordially
invited. Anna W. May, Recorder;
Clara Scott, Oracle.
THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet
the first and third Wednesday of
the month in Eagle hall. Visit
ing members cordially invited to
attend. J. C. Campbell, Illustri
ous Protector; Miss Anna Kyle,
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS—Daniel
McCook Corps No= 15 meets at
Sprague Hall second and fourth
Fridays of each month at 2 p. m.
Mrs. L. Wenner, president; Anna
W. May, Secretary.
RED 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.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN, Columbia Homestead,
No. 682, meets first and third Tues
days of each month at Sprague
Hall. For information see U. F.
Lake, Deputy. W. A. Grant, Fore
man; C. W. Jorgenson, Correspon
G. A. R.. Daniel McCook
Post, No. 105, Department
of Washington and Alaska
meets 2d and 4th Fridays
of each month at Odd Fel-
lows Hall. LP. Ferrin, Commander;
M. O. Merrill, Adjutant.
F. & A. M., River
side lodge No. 112,
meets every Ist and
3rd Friday of each
month at Bower
hall. A. Baptie, W. M.; R. H. Now
OF AMERICA meets
every Friday evening
In Sprague hall. Visit
ing Woodmen cordially'
1 Invited. Terry Ross, clerk; B. F.
TEMPTES REBEKAH LODGE NO.
114 meets in L O. O. F. hall the
second and fourth Wednesday eve
ning? of each month. Elnora
Rhodes, N. G.; Caroline Holcomb,
V. O.; Bertha Page, secretary.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909.
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A OTCRK FOR NOT MORE THAN
FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE
AN OKANOGAN RANCH for sale.
160 acres under the Loup Loup
irrigvtion project. Water guaran
teed ifext year; 2% acres bearing
orchard; 12 acres young orchard;
100 acres in cultivation; fine soil;
perennial borings; all farm machin
ery. $100 per acre. No agents.
Address H. C Hinde, R. F. D. No.
1, Okanogan, Wish. tf
In the BeautifaMirtnde Sonde Valley
BEARING ORCHARDS RANGE IN
price from $209 an acre up, owing
to improvements. When you./write
tell us just what you want. Mv
Kennon, Phy & Roberts, La
Grande, Oregon. 8-7
FIVE ACRE TRACTS.
WE HAVE A FEW choice five-acre
tracts for sale. They are real
snaps, also will take good com
mercial papers in exchange for city
property. Phone 76. Knowles &
Son. real estate. tf
COLUMBIA VALLEY LANDS AND
DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, 22
South Wenatchee avenue, Wenat
chee, Wash. Telephone 2735. E.
L. Hiatt, manager engineering de
partment. Contracts taken for ir
rigation work, power plants, cable
ways, steel elevators, towers,
bridges, etc., frui or grain lands
cleared and developed. Irrigation
projects financed. Surveys made.
Maps and plans furnished.
C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and
Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe
cialty. Office, Second floor Daily
World 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.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
J. H. BLAKE AND C. F. SCHILTZ.
Physicians and Surgeons. Office
Specialties. Dr. Blake diseases of
women and children. Dr. Schiltz
diseases of eye, nose, throat and
fitting of glasses. Office in Poet
LILLIAN E. SUBSEX, Instructor in
Piano. Studio at 24 D St South.
Phone 2014. Students received at
MISS E. F. SCOTT, who has been
studying abroad for the past two
years, is prepared to receive piano
forte pupils. Phone 936.
CLERK WANTS POSITION.
POSITION WANTED—By experi
enced man as clerk. Can help with
books. References if desired.
Write E. R. Eikenberry, city. 8-12
FOR SALE—I4O acres of best red
apple land In state. Best water
right, all level, 10 acres alfalfa,
150 apple trees, house, barn,
fenced, water flumed on place. This
adjoins one of the largest orchards
in Okanogan county. Price $65
per acre. W. J. Malloy, Twisp,
SHOE REPAIRING done, neatly and
on short notice. Chas. Zutter, 3
Wenatchee Aye. North. 8-8
SNAP IN LEAVENWORTH PROP
KOit SALE —New 4-rcom housp anj
. other building?. Two acres of the
best, liack rich soil to ba found
in "Wf-natcheo vall?y." All Into
crop, all fenced, 50 fruit trees 1
and 2 year old. Situated 700 feet
north of new schoolhouse. This
is a snap that don't come every
day. Price $1,250 cash. Joe Mar
telle, owner, Leavenworth. 8-12
FRUIT NEEDED FOR A.-V.-P.
HELP THE CHELAN COUNTY Ex
hibit by taking boxes of nicely
packed fruit to the Great Northern
Express office for shipment to the
exposition. No charges for ship
ment. Call up George H. Farwell,
phone 595. A.-V.-P. Committee, tf
ALFALFA FOR SALE.
NEWLY CURED ALFALFA FOR
sale. Phone 604. 8-12
25 CENTS FUR INSERTION; $1.00
A WKKK FOR NOT MORE THAN
FO* X LINES.
1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED to
use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T.
Blunck, Phone 573. Wenatchee,
WANTED —A man to take care of
a young orchard. Must be ex
perienced. Apply to Martin-Bous
quet Realty Co. 8-11
CHOIR LEADER WANTED.
WANTED —Gentleman qualified to
lead a choir and direct the singing.
Address A. V. W., care Daily
PLAIN SEWING WANTED.
WANTED — Plain sewing. Shirt
deists $1 each. Phone 1054 or
OOOR OR HOUSEKEEPER.
SITUATION WANTED—By young
woman with tvo boys aged 5, as
housekeeper .or wok. Am first
class cook and housekeeper. Coun
try preferred. Addres- A. L.,
World office. 8-11
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
WANTED —Girl for general house
work. Good wages. Apply at No.
10 B street South. Phone 2332.
WE ARE PREPARED to give esti
mates on all kinds of cement work.
Sidewalks a specialty. All work
guaranteed first class. Phone 1054.
L. D. Pettit, 246 North Chelan.
RANCH FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Baragin in irrigated
ranch, 10 acres 2 year old, 7 acres
14 year old trees. Knapps, 30
miles from Wenatchee. Call or
write C. Duhamel, Lakeside, Wash,
ALCOHOL FOR SALE
DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in
small or large quantities, by F. T.
Blunck. Phone 573. tf
FOR SALE—SS,OOO slock of general
merchandise, in best building and
best location in town. Town is lo
cated at junction of Methow and
Columbia rivers and has a good
outlook for future growth. Oppor
tunity to do good business from
the start; one other store. Ad
dress Mary A. Holt, administra
trix, Pateros, Wash. 8-8
TEAM FOR SALE
GOOD ALL PURPOSE TEAM, eight
years old. Call or write J. H.
Brougher at J. McMillen's place.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE —New modern house, 117
No. D St. 50 ft. lot set to bearing
fruit trees. If you are looking for
a fine home just come up and look
at this place. W. C. Thornhill,
owner, 218 No. Chelan avenue, tf
UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY,
Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation,
Power, er Electric Plants. Gas
Producers. 25-26 P.-L Building.
Seattle, Wash. tf
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT,
either in suites for housekeeping
or single, at 119 Chelan Street
South. Phone 1065. N. M.
BETWEEN THE GEO. MILLER ranch
and town today, one man's grey sack
coat. Finder please notify A S. Cole
man, Malaga, Wash. A suitable re
BOARDERS WANTED in private home.
Price reasonable. Call at 209 Chelan
avenue South. 8-14
RtXO AND LIBRARY" TABLE.
FOR SALE—One rug, one library table,
etc. Phone 14M. 8-13
Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved.
Mr. Edward E. Henry, with the
United States Express Co., Chicago,
writes, "Our General Superintendent,
Mr. Quick, handed me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy some time ago to
check an attack of the old chronic
diarrhoea. I have used It since that
time and cured many on our trains
who have been sick. I am an old
soldier who served with Rutherford
B. Hayes and William McKlnley four
years In toe 23rd Ohio regiment, and
have no ailment except chronic diar
rhoea, which this remedy stops at
once." For sale by all dealers.
NOTES FROM THE LABOR
The last Texas legislature passed
fourteen state laws in favor of labor.
An attempt is being made to or
ganize the wireless operators into a
The striking granite cutters at
Waco, Tex., have won their demands
for a raise from $3.35 to $3.60 a
Charles H. Wirmel of the Cincin
nati Stationary Engineers' union, has
been appointed labor commissioner
The building trades in Sweden are
now on the eve of a general lockout,
owing to a dispute concerning work
A law was passed in Michigan re
cently which makes it unlawful for
women and minors to work more
than nine hours ont of twenty-four.
The Sawsmiths' International
union, which has its headquarters in
Indianapolis, recently chartered a
LOCAL MARKET TODAY.
Wenatchee Best f1.70
Peach Blossom $1.70
Batter end Eggs.
Local ranch 30c-
Creamery butter, 2-lb. rolls. . 65, 70c
Meat and Poultry.
Round steak 15e
.oi» steak 18e j
T b«ne steak 20ej
Pork eYops 15 @ 18c
Pork reait 15 @ 18c
Veal chops 18c
Veal cutlets 18cj
Veal roasts 12% @ 15c
Mutton chops 12% ©18c
Mutton roast 12 % © 18c j
Mutton stew 10c
Chickens, dressed 16c
Spring chickens 28c
Salmon .... 15c j
Salmon trout 17% c
' Smelt It %c ;
Lard. 5-lb 85c
Sugar 14 lbs. for $1
Potatoes, new 2Cj
Local cabbage 4c 1
Local radishes 6 behs. for 25e
Local turnips, lb 4c j
Summer squash 5 to 10ci
Pumpkin, lb 2c j
Local asparagus 15, 2 for 25c
Local carrots 6 for 25c 1
"Local parsley 5c bch.
Celery, bunch 2 for 25c!
Dry Onions ... * 4« :
Local green onions ....I behs. 25e|
Crabappleß 3c j
Plums, basket 30 and 40cj
Pears, lb 4c;
Hawaiian pineapples 50c.
Lemons 30 to 50c
Oranges 25® 50c
Local peas sc|
Local lettuce lie]
Head lettuce 2 for 15c j
Grape fruit 3 for 25c
Local string beans 8c j
Peppers, pound 25c,
Watermelons, pound 3%cj
California cants, doz $125]
New cooking apples, lb 3c j
Local apricots, basket 40c j
Raspberries $2.75 |
Local Beets, 6 bunches 26c
Local cucumbers, doz 40c
Local peaches, pound 10c
Rocky Fords 5 to 10c
Local corn, doz 10 and 15c
Alfalfa, ton $20
Timothy hay, ton $25.00
Wheat hay $25.00
Eagle Transfer Go.
CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER
Special Attention to Baggage.
Bus to All Trains and Boats.
THE OLD RELIABLE TIN AND
SHEET METAL WORKERS
We do all kinds of repair
ing. Our equipment is the best
in North Central Washington.
Let us figure with you on your
Iron, Sheet Metal, Tin and
FERGUSON & SON
new union in Vancouver, B. C.
The National Women's Trade
Union league kas issued its call for
the next annual conference, which is
to be held in Chicago on September
27 th of this year.
It is reported that the Western
Federation of Miners has instructed
its executive board to print Socialist
literature in a number of languages
Pending the outcome of the con
ference between mine owners and
miners, which is now in session, the
8000 striking miners at Pittsburg,
Kas., have returned to work.
According to statistics which have
just been published, there were
5434 persons affiliated with the or
ganized labor movement in Servia
at the close of the year 1907.
It is stated upon good authority
that fully eighty per cent of the Scot
tish coal masters are in favor of in
sisting upon their demand for a re
duction of 12 per cent in wages.
President T. L. Lewis of the Unit
ed Mine Workers has been in the an
thracite coal districts arousing in
terest in the organization. The union
has a large number of organizers in
Governor Hadley of Missouri has
signed the woman's nine-hour Jaw
It regulates the employment of girl"
and women in factories, restaurants
is limited to nine hours a day be
and other such places. Employment
tween 5 a. m. and 10 p. m.
James Duncan, first vice president
of the American Federation of Labor
has appointed a committee of sixteen
to make a study of the subject of
industrial education in this and other
countries and report to the next na
tional convention of the federation.
A fund of $80,000 is being raised
for the erection of a new building for
the home for Aged and Disabled
Railway Employes of America, on a
site north of Highland Park, HI. A
large portion of the fund is now in
hand and ground has already been
broken for the new structure.
From now on the officers of the
Minnesota State Federation of Labor
will make every effort to bring about
peaceful settlements of all labor dis
putes. Should any controversy
arise, the officials will at once go to
the seat of trouble and use every
honorable means of arranging a set-
I'ement of the difficulties.
The New Mexican Gateway
The Fast Nail Steel
3510 TONS 3476 TONS
uriiurpasst i. offering more
proTiena-ia deck space than
Stopping over o;ie day at both
S X fir "crco ?rd Los Angeles
at no ext - a expense.
VERY LOW RATES
Wri'.e for particulars
JEBSEN & OSTRANDER
SEATTLE. - U. S, A.
WHEN IN HASTE BUY THE BEST
When you have time to think about it you will be glad you did.
Practice this in your needs for Heating and Plumbing.
Best of work and material at all times.
FISKE & GILLETTE
Heating and Plumbing Contractors.
14 Mission St. Phone 2S7^
The Boom Is Coming*
The A.-Y.-P.-E. will soon be here. Do you know what this will
bring? A big advance in the price of real estate. Come and let M
show you our we have for sale in Seattle, modern and com
Pletely furnished, /and unfurnished, also. Vacant lots in any p£<
»f town and ranches in any part of the country. All prices Art
■Jasy terms. CaW or write.
/ U. S. Realty Co.
N. P. TO BUILD A,
WILL SKOBT2K ITS ISMM X* TAX
MA VALIET, FAKftT.T.rT.TTWO TD
WORTH COAST—BXTTBB TTOXT
Prosser, Aug. 9.— The Northern Pa
cific railroad, in building a cutoff
through the Prosser district, will prob
ably closely parallel the line of the
North Coast railroad, now being con
structed, and wil be only a few hun
dred feet distant from that roadbed if
the surveys now being made are fol
lowed. While the corps of fifteen en
gineers now in the field, with head
quarters In Prosser, is only making the
preliminary survey for this cutoff, they
have found an easy grade that will
closely follow the Strahorn company's
road. This connection is from Grand
view, on the Sunnyside branch, to the
The survey extends from Grandview
directly east, passing through the
Prosser district about a mile north of
Prosser. It will be between the city
of Prosser and the proposed townslte
of the North Coast, the property for
this townsite being in the hands of th»
North Coast railroad officials. It
strikes the main line near or at Gib
bon, six miles east of Prosser.
While the desired connection of Pros
ser with Grandview and Sunnyside will
be lacking if this survey is followed, it
will be a hig benefit to the Prosser
district, cutting as it does through the
fine irrigated district under the Sunny
side canal. Prosser will have a connec
tion with this new line of the Northern
Pacific and the North Coast for an
electric line has been surveyed to run
one and a half miles north from th<
city to the new North Coast townsite.
At no point in the Yakima valley is
the rivalry of the Northern Pacific and
North Coast so frequently shown as in
the Prosser district. The North Coast
contractors have their headquarters in
Prosser and are supplying eight camps
from this point. The Northern Pacific
has its engineering quarters at this
point. At one point the Northern Pa
cific survey passes directly through a
North Coast grading camp. In fre
quent places the two lines cut through
the same ranches, badly splitting the
property. The North Coast has its
right of way and is doing its grading
work, and this will force the Northern
Pacific to pay heavy damages to get
the right across the lands.
There are reports that the Northern
Pacific will cross the river below Pros
ser with its main line, and will not
recross the river until above Zlllah.
leaving Prosser. Mabton and Toppenish
on a separate line. In that case, it is
certain that many of the through trains
will follow the present main line and
part will go over the other route.
Jim Flynn. the Pueblo fireman, has
been doing good work in his recent
George Gardner and Walter White
hand, a negro of Duluth, are slated for
a bout at Calumet. Mich.. August 17.
Dick Hyland and Jonnny Frayne haw
been matched to fight 20 rounds on
August 20 before the Mission club of
Promoter McCarey of Los Angeles
says he has the time, the place and the
money to put on the Jim Jeffries-Jack
Johnson boxing festival.
E. Messerly. one of the old timers of
the valley, but for the psat two years
a resident of Seattle, is in the city to
day on business matters. Mr. Messerly
will return next month when his prune
harvested and he stated this mornirp
that it is likely that he will return to
this side of the mountains and make his
home. He states that it is likely that
he will purchase land up the river and
set out another orchard.
Mrs. Frank Rogers returned from a
two weeks* visit in Seattle last night.
William Green returnd last Friday
night from a business trip to Spokane.
Will move to Gehr BWg. soon.
WITH THE FIGHTERS.
Messerly Visiting City.