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"THE BEST LINE ALL THE TIME."
To Try Woman for Murder.
St. Paul. Minn., Oct. I.—lt is ex
pected that when the October term
of the criminal court convenes next
week one of the first cases to -be
taken up for trial will be that of Mrs.
Mina Arbogast. who is charged with
the murder of her husband, Louis
Arbogast, a wealthy butcher and a
proimnent German resident of this
city. Early On the morning of May
13 last Mr. Arbogast was found dead
in bed. His head had been crushed
in with an ax and the bed was soaked
with oil and on fire. Mrs. Arbogast,
was found unconscious beside her,
husband and dragged from the burn
ing bed by her daughter. Ida. An
other daughter, Louise, aged 22, was
arrested and charged with the crime.
Subsequently Mrs. Arbogast was ta
ken into custody and both mother
and daughter were confined in jail on
the charge of murder. I
Say. Mr. Smoker:
Do you know that the Wenatchee
Billiard Parlor carries one of the
most complete lines of cigars and to
baccos in this city? For instance,
here are some of the most important
lines carried in stock: Van Dyke,
Lovera, Cresta Rev. Leland Stanford,
Lawrence Barrett, Tom Moore, Gen.
Arthur. El Columbus and Robert
Burns, besides all the leading brands
of 5 cent cigars. •••
Extraordinary specials in our shoe department. Fall is now at hand and it is
for you to grasp the golden opportunity in your shoe wants at prices lower
than our actual cosl: at the factory.
Table No. 1
A large assortment of
Ladies' Fine Dress Shoes
in pat colt, gun metal and
vici, lace and button, $3.50.
$4.00 and $5.00 grades!
Table No. 4, $2.29
Boys' medium weight and dress Shoes, size 2 1-2 to
5 1-2, pat colt, box calf and vici; worth up to $3.50. Sale
8 bars of
No charge, Cash
O. M. BUKNCK, Proprietor
A regular communication of River
side lodge will be held Friday eve
ning, October 1, 1909, at 8 o'clock.
Work in Master Mason degree.
Whereas, The sad intelligence of
the death of our beloved neighbor,
Mrs. E. V. Miller, has come to the
knowledge of our camp;
Therefore, be it resolved. That
Howard Camp No. 3973, R. N. A.,
deeply grieves at the loss of our be
loved member, and
Be it further resolved, That the
deep sympathy of our camp Is ex
tended to the family of our departed
Be it further resolved, That the
charter of our camp be draped for 60
days, a copy of these resolutions pre
sented to tne family and published
in the Daily World.
Wireless Telephone Demonstration. I
Call in and have a free talk over
Collins Wireless Telephone without
wires, from Lake & Rickerd's office
to Wenatchee & Rock Island Ware
in. Shoes for the Coming Week
Table No. 2
Ladies' Dress Shoes in good
sensible lasts, vici kids and gun
metal, button and lace; worth
up to $3.00. Sale
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER L 1909.
110 ORONDO ATE.
Resolutions of Regret.
R. S. McGOVRIN,
Meeting of Mining Engineers.
Seattle, Oct. 1. —The American In-;
stitute of Mining Engineers began a
two days' meeting at the Alaska-Yu
kon-Pacific exposition today. The
feature of today's program was a re
ception held in the Washington state
huilding, with an address of welcome
by President Chilberg of the exposi
tion. Tomorrow will be devoted to
papers and discussions relating to
See Us Today
It Certainly Pays
GET OUR PROPOSITION
Table No. 6, $1.98
Men's medium weight "Work and Dress Shees, regular
$2.50 and $2.75 and $3.00 grades,
Men's Dress Shoes, new
snappy lasts in pat colt,
velour, gun metal and vici
kid; regular $3.50 and $i
Table No. 7, $3.49
A fine assortment of Men's Dress Shoes, new lasts, in
pat colt, gun metal and vici kid, button and lace, worth
up to $5.00. Sale
I will offer for sale at public auction on
Sato October 2nd,
at 2:00 o'clock p. m., at the Ferry Feed Barn,
11 Head of Work
Ranging in weight from 900 to 1400 lbs.
ALL SALES FOR CASH
H. C. SHOEKEY
Table No. 3, $1.79
Table No. 9 $1.49
Misses' Dress Shoes.
sizes 12 to 2, fine for
school and dress wear,
new lasts in pat colt and
vici kid, worth up to
Table No. 8,98 c
A lot of Children's Dress Shoes in pat colt or viei,
worth up to $1.50*', sale
A lot of Boys'
Shoes, sizes 12 to 2.
extra good school
shoes, made to stand
the wear, worth up
to $2.50. Sale