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•PRAGUE & RUPPE, FUNERAL
directors and licensed embalmeri,
L. E. Ruppe, Mgr. Phone 1375.
Licensed lady embalmer. Private
ambulance. Carls answered at all
a curs. Wenatchee, Wash.
THE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK
ING COMPANY. C. G. Hall, presi
dent; H. N. May. see., treas. and
mgr. Funeral Directors and Li
censed Embalmert. Mrs. H. N.
May, lady assistant. Parlor, No.
19 Mission street north, third
door north of Great Northern ho
ts!. Phone 1165. Open day and
night. Wenatchee, Wash.
OR. L. B. MANCHESTER. Dentist.
Phone 1466. Columbia Valley
Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash.
OR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over
Meehtel s Bakery. Phone 981.
MARTIN A BARROWS, Lawyers.
Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank
Building. Phone 501.
LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers.
Farmers & Merchants Bank Build
ing Phone 1141. R. 8. Ludlng
ton, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor
CHAB. T. BORG. LAWYER. Pate
roe, Wash. Notary Public.
HOWARD E. GRAY, Architect and
Building Superintendent. 104 First
Street North. Phone 123. Wenat
tf W. BIRD, Architect. "Builder
of Fine Homes." Phone 558.
J. W. lUSSEX, Architect. Room 7,
A. E. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR.
Plastering; also brick, stone and
cement work. Sidewalks a special
ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitss
t*reet. Wenatchee, Wash.
UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY,
Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation,
"-SPo%«r, er Electric Plants. Gas
Producers. 25-26 P.-L Bußdlng,
Seattle. Wash. tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
WENATCHEE PLUMBING & HEAT
ING CO. Estimates furnished on
plumbing and heating. Phone 255.
Cor. Orondo and Mission.
COLUMBIA COMMANDERY NO. 14,
Knights Templar. Masonic hall,
second and fourth Wednesdays at
8 p. m. R. S. Ludington, Em.
Com. A. L. Morris, Recorder.
A. O. TJ. W.. No. 83, meets at Eagle
HaH first and third Friday nighta of
each month. Nell Cozart, M. W.; Ad
die Tedford, Recorder.
I. O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No. 167
meets every Saturday ntght at I. O. ©
F. Hall. P. H. Sherburne. Noble Grand;
J. B. Glpe, Vice Grand; George D.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA—
Howard Camp No. 3973, meets every
Ttmreday evening at Sprague's Hall.
Visiting members cordially invited.
Anna W. May, Recorder; Clara Scott,
THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the
I first and third Wednesdays ot the
month In Eagle Hall. Visiting mem
bers cordially Invited to attend. J.
C. Campbell. Illustrious Protector;
Miss Anna Kyle, Secretary.
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS—Daniel Mc-
Cook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague
Hall second a/id fourth Fridays of
each month at 2 p. m. Mrs. L. Wen
ner. President; Anna W. May, Secre
RED APPLE CAMP NO. 16.747. M. W.
A., meets every Monday night at
Sprague Hall. All visiting members
are cordially invited to attend. C. M.
Rice. Counsel.; W. S. Raymond, Clerk.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO
MEN Columbia Homestead. No. 682.
;neeta first and third Tuesdays of
mach month at Sprague Hall. For in
formation see U. F. Lake. Deputy. W.
A. Grant. Foreman; C. W. Jorgenson,
G. A. R., Daniel MeCook Post,
No. 105, Departmeat of Wash
ington and Alaska, meets 2nd
and 4tb Fridays of each month
at Odd Fellows' HalL L P.
i Ferrln. Commander; M. O. Mer
MODERN WOODMEN OF
AMERICA meets every Fri
day evening In Sprague
1 Hall. Visiting Woodmen
cordially invited. Terry
Ross, Clerk; B. F. Anderson,
F. A A. M.. Riverside
lodge. No. 112, meets
every flret and third
Friday of each month
at oßwer HalL A. Bap-
He, W. M.; R. H. Now
TEMPEST REBEKAH LODGE NO. 114
meets In I O. O. F. Hall the second
and feurth Wednesday evenings of
each montn. Elnora Rhodes, N. G.;
Caroline Holcomb, V. G.; Bertha Page,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAB — VALLRY
LODGE. NO. 116, meets every Monday
night at Bower .7 C. C:
T. L Hobs, K. of R. St S.
C. D. A. DETECTIVE AGENCY—G.
C. McDonald, manager. All con
sultations confidential. Superior
cases requiring superior knowledge
especially solicited. P. O. Box 67,
C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and
Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe
cialty. Office, Second floor Dally
World building. Wenatchee, Wash.
FRED BERRY. Civil Engineer. Land
eurveying, sub-division work, esti
mates, and Irrigation projects.
Phone 1564. County Engineer's
Office, Wenatchee, Wash.
DR. CAMERON will be found in
Room 4 in the Rosenberg Block
while the building is being re
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 Rooms 1
and 2. Halbert Block.
WENATCHEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
AND ORATORY —28 MISSION ST.
PIANO, VOICE AND DRAMATIC
reading. Instructions in any of
these departments. Will comply
with the graded course of all stand
ard schools of the United States.
C. O. BROWNELL. Conductor.
MISS E. F. SCOTT, Pianoforte
Teacher. Room 11, Halbert
Block. Phone 936.
your order, 25 95. Prompt de
livery. Fine carnations, cut flow
ers palms and ferns. They make
appropriate Xmas gifts. Green
houses and office, Okanogan ave
nue and Peachey street.
THE WENATCHEE FLORAL CO.
Florists. Growers and retailers of
Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, Design
work. Greenhouses, 515 King St.
Offices, cor. Wenatchee Aye. and
Palouse St. Phones 1405, 1435.
DR. J. E. BIGELOW. osteopath. Of
fice in Bower block formerly occu
pied by Dr. Stratton, over Little-
Wetsel meat market. Chronic dis
eases a specialty. Therapeutic
lamp used in connection with oste
opathic treatments. Office hours 9
to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. daily; 2
to 4 Sundays. Office phone 475.
DR. H. F. MORSE, Osteopathic Phy
siciar, 105 Columbia Valley Bank
building. Office hours daily except
Sunday and Monday. Phone 1005
THE WENATCHEE BUSINESS COL
LEGE is open night as well as day,
so that a course can be taken with
out interfering with one's ordinary
work. This means much to am
bitious people. Enroll at any time.
Today is the best time, however.
PROCRASTINATION is the theft of
time, and money, too. Three years
ago land sold under the govern
ment Okanogan project for $50
per acre. Today it is selling for
$200. Set to trees it will make
an annual increase of $200 per
acre until it is worth $2,000. and
then some. We have land to sell,
both under the government pro
ject and private water rights. Call
for us at the Occidental hotel. Geo.
E. Baker & Co., Riverside, Wash.
SCOTCH COLLIE PUPS for sale. Get
the children one for Christmas.
Collies make the best companions
and playmates for the little ones.
Phone 1768. C. F. Keieer.
FOR OFFICE ROOMS in the Russell-
Plough block, call on E. E.
Plough, at Olympia hotel, or at
Wenatchee Realty Co.'s office, tf
THE WENATCHBE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909
FURNISHED ROOMS, either single
or for housekeeping purposes. Call
119 Chelan Aye. South or Phone
J. J. EVER repairs stoves, bicycles,
etc.. at 14 North Mission. Phone
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP
LEMON & CROLLARD. tf
MERRITT & GRIFFITH. Contractors
and Builders. Estimate furnished
on all classes of work. Wenatchee,
ALCOHOL FOR SALE.
DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in
small or large quantities, by F. T.
Blunck. Phone 2005. tf
PRUNING —Experienced pruner who
understands pruning all kinds of
trees. Will do reliable work. Call
418 Orondo. or phone 2385. E.
LOST OR STOLEN.
POCKETBOOK containing $40 in
money and some papers valuable
only to me. Please return the pa
pers to A. G. Hill, city. 12-31
10. tr> and 25-Cent Store. Open every day and evening except Sunday. No matter what you want,
you will find it at "The Grotto." Something new all the time. Glassware, enamel ware, crockery
and china at The Grotto. Hosiery, notions, stationery, books, magazines, at The Grotto. Toys,
games, pictures, handkerchiefs and furs at The Grotto. Jewelry, gold plated, gold filled and solid
gold at The Grotto. Come to The Grotto New Year's eve. Hot and cold drinks, fountain lunches
Ring out the old, ring in the new. Tonight and all day Saturday, fresh chocolates. 25c per pound;
fresh mixed candy, 2 lbs. 25 cents; fresh mixed cakes, 15c pound. ..THE GROTTO
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT at the
Wenatchee Business College. 1-10
STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
GOOD ROOM, 25x120, one of the
best in the city. New. Write R.
W., care Daily World. 12-2"
PIANO FOR SALE.
BEST PIANO in city for sale at a
bargain, also a Columbia Grapho
phone and some fine furniture,
dishes, bedding, etc. Call No. 301,
Columbia Valley Bank Bldg. 1-1
ALL OUR FURNITURE and house
hold goods for sale. We wish to
dispose of these articles at once.
Call No. 301 Columbia Bank Bldg.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
SIX ROOM house for rent on Doug
last street. Call Phone 1243. C
H. Chapman. 1 -5
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES, con
sisting of Weber piano, Columbia
graphophone, writing desk, book case,
center table, dining room table,
dining room chairs, rockers, sew
ing machine, bed mattress and
springs, child's bed with bedding,
dresser, rugs, bedding, dishes,
books, etc., are for sale, and as I
wish to dispose of them in the next
few days I will sell them at half
value. These articles are all in
first class condition. Call No. 301
Columbia Bank Bldg. tf
FOUND—Watch chain with charm.
Call at World office and pay for
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
FOR A FEW DAYS I OFFER FOR
sale household furniture consist
ing of beds, chairs, dining table,
kitchen range, heating stoves, Sing
er sewing machine, sideboard,
dressers, etc. Call any iime. G.
B. Parks, Phone 1235. 12 S D
WANTED—A middle aged lady for
companion and to care for an aged
lady. Light work and fair wages
to right party. Call on or address
W. T. Graham, Wenatchee Avenue
SHACKS FOR RENT.
TWO SHACKS for rent, near steam
boat landing, east side of track.
Both furnished. $3.00 and $5.00
a month. Enquire Daily World.
WANTED- Young men to learn auto
mobile business by mall and pre
pare for positions as chauffeurs and
repair men. We make you expert
in ten weeks; assist you to secure
position. Pay big; work pleasant;
demand for men great; reasonable;
write for particulars and sample
lesson. Empire Automobile Insti
tute. Rochester, N. Y. 12-31
LOST Lady's gold watch lost on Or
; ondo, near M. E. church. Finder
leave at World office. Mrs. Epley,
R. F. D. No. 2. 1-3
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
ROOMING HOUSE with 14 rooms.
Will lease with complete furnish
ings or sell the furniture with the
lease. Call 119 Chelan Aye. South,
or phone 1065. 1-3
WORK FOR BOARD AND ROOM.
YOUNG LADY who will attend busi
ness college Monday, January 3.
would like a place where she can
assist with work in private family
I in exchange for board and room.
Address or telephone L. M. I^ewis,
! Wenatchee Business College. 1-3
WANTED-—A girl for general house
work. Apply at 137 South Chelan
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Call
627 Orondo. Phone 1985. 12-31
HOUSE FOR HENT.
FOR RENT —Two-room house. In
quire at 11 North C street. 1-4
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOM AND BOARD at 314 South
Chelan street. Mrs. H. W. Mc-
ROOM FOR RENT.
A FURNISHED BEDROOM for rent
Call at 213 North Wenatchee ave
nue or phone 443. 1-1
WANTED —Party to take good cow
for her keep during the winter.
Address Box 141. 1-1
TO RENT —A seven-roomed house.
Good location. Enquire Lemon &
TO RENT —A good business atlon
Enquire Lemon & Crollard. 1-1
Palestine tgriculturo May -\l<l Arid
Washington Dec. 31. To investi
gate the agriculture of ancient Pales
tine with a view of finding plants
that will resist drouth in the United
States, an American company, capital
ized at $70,000, is being formed here
by Dr. Aaron Aaronsohn, a Turkish
Dr. Aaronsohn, who has enlisted
the co-operation of the department of
agriculture, recently announced the
discovery of a wild wheat on the
slopes of Mount Hebron, which he
declares is the prototype of modern
wheat, and a hardy, drouth-resistant,
possible of development in the arid
and semi-arid regions of the world.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grant enter
tained their class of young men from
the Baptist Sunday school Wednes
day night at a 7 o'clock dinner. Miss
Grant rendered some musical num
IX)CAL MARKET TODAY.
Wenatchee Best $1.65
Peach Blossom $1.65
Batter ana Eggs.
Butter, ranch 40c
Butter, lowa 40c
State brand 45c
Eggs, fresh eastern 40c
Fresh ranch 50c
Apples, choice $2.50 to $4.00
Apples, evap 2 for 25c
Apricots, evap. 2 oc, 3 for 50c
CHion, candied lb. 35c j
Currants 2 for 25c
Dates, yellow 10c
Dates Fard 15c
Smyrna Figs 15c
Lemon peel lb. 35c
Orange peel lb. 35c
Peaches 16c, 2 for 25c
Raisins, seeded 2 for 25c
Raisins, seedless 10c, 15c
Raisins, layer 2 for 25c
Raisins, cluster 20c
Appies, cooking ....$1.50 to $2.00
Bananas doz, 40c
Cranberries 2 for 25c
Grape Fruit 3 for 25c,
Grapes, Malaga 20c
Lemons doz. 35c
Oranges 20c to 60c
Cheese aim neney.
Cheese. Wisconsin 25c
Brie jar 50c
Camembert jar 30c
Cream Brick 30c
Limberger brick 50c
Imported Swiss 40c
McLaren's 20c, 40c
German Breakfast 4 for 25c
Honey 20c. 2 35c
Strained honey, qt 50c
Buckwheat, 10 lb. sacks 60c
Buckwheat, pkg 25c
Corn meal, 101b. sack 35c
Farina, 10-lb. sack 40c
Graham, 10-lb. sack 35c
Graham, 25-lb. sacks 75c
• Whole wheat, 50-lb. sgs $1.50
i Cracked wheat, 10-lb. sks 36c
! Wheat manna 2 for 25c
j Hominy, 10-lb sks 50c
Rice 3 lbs. 25c
Rye meal, 10-lb. sks 50c
Rolled oats, U. S. 2's . . . .2 for 25c
Rolled oats, 10-lb. sks 45c
Split peas 3 for 25c
Sweet hearts, 10-lb. sack.. 40c
| Chestnuts 30c
Cocoanuts 15c, 2 for 25c
Dry granulated 6.15
Sour qt. 25c
Sweets, quart 35c
Dills doz. 20c
Kraut 4 lbs. 25c
Olives, quart 60c
Beans, brown 3 lbs. 25c
Beans, lima 3 lbs. 25c
Beans, white 3 lbs. 25c
Beets 6 lbs. 25c
Cucumbers, hothouse, each 20c
Garlic lb. 30c
Horseraddlsh root lb. 25c
Lettuce, hothouse 2 for 15c
Onions, dry 3c
Parsley bunch 5c
Parsnips lb. 4c
Pimentos can 25c
Pop corn, shelled 4 lbs. 25c
Potatoes, per 100 $1.00
Pumpkins lb. 2c
Rutabagas lb. 3%c
Tomatoes, hothouse 2 lbs. 25c
Turnips lb. 3c
Swet potatoes 7 lbs. 25c
Meat and Poultry.
Round steak 15c
Lola steak 18c
T bona steak 20c
Pork chops 17 %c
j Pork roast 18c
! Veal chops 15 to 18c
jVeal cutlets 18c
Veal roasts 12%@15c
Mutton chops 15 to 18c
Mutton roast 12% @ 18c
Mutton stew 10c
Chickens, dressed 16c
Spring chickens 17% c
Halibut . .12He
Salmon trout 20c
The Daily World Want Ads
Read Daily World Want Ads and you will see how easily you can.
Through them you are kept in touch with opportunity. If you want
to buy horses, you want to know all the best bargains. If you want
to sell, you want to know who will pay the highest prices. Daily World
Want Ads will tell you. You can also learn of the best money-making
opportunities, chances to buy things for the farm and home at bar
gains, where to get a comfortable boarding place when you come to
Bacon 22 @30c
Pickled pork 17c
Lard and Cottolene.
Lard substitute. 50-lbs $6.50
Lard. 3-lbs 60
Lard, 5-lbs 90
Lard, 10-lbs 1.75
Lard. 3 0-lbs 5.25
Cottolene, 4-lbs 80
Cottolene. 10-lbs 1.85
Alfalfa, ton $22.00
Timothy, ton $27.00
Wheat hay, ton $25.00
Rig Auto Show Open.
Now York. Dec. 31. All "automo
biledom" will turn its eyes and steps
toward Grand Central Palace during
the next eight days, where, beginning
this afternoon, the T-nth Interna
tional Automobile show takes place.
It is the first of the big automobile
shows of the season. Months, in fact
almost a year, have been spent in
perfecting plans and making ready.
The show is notable for the un
ueual large number of new cars which
have been constructed during the
past year and which have never been
shown at a motor car exhibition.
There are 84 exhibitors of automo
biles, which is the greatest number
ever shown at one time in New York
city. Of these 72 are American cars
and 12 foreign. The prices range from
$506 to $18,000.
Veterans of Stone's River.
Terre Haute. Ind.. Dec. 31.—The
National Association of the Survivers
of the Battle of Stone's River, in
which was sustained the greatest loss
of killed and wounded of any battle
of the nineteenth century, met in this
city today for its annual reunion.
The attendance included a large num
ber of veterans from Michigan. Ohio.
Illinois and Indiana.
Will make long-time
on irrigated tract at
8 Par Cent
anywhere in Chelan or Doug
J. S. MOONEY & CO.,
34 Wenatchee Are. N. Phone 54
Good City and Farm
John A. Gellatly
Fifth Avenue Seattle
kN EAR PIKE STREET
'■I ■ ■ .
i Modern—Central - European
Rates: from SI.OO and L'p per Day
What the Shirley wtnta is Yoor Patronagi
Wenatchee Bowling League Schedule
sth Jan. 3 Jan. i Jaa. 7
Week Bankers Apple Packers Clerks
Maxwells Electrics RepahUos
6th Jan 10 Jaa. 12 Jaa. 14
Week Maxwells Bankers Clerks
RepnbTics Apple Packers Electrics
7th Jaa. 17 Jaa. 19 Jam. 21
Week Electrics Bankers Apple Packers
Maxwells Republics Clerks
Bth Jan. 24 Jaa. 26 Jaa. 21
Week Bankers Electrics Apple Packers
Clerks Republics Maxwells
9th Jaa 31 Feb. 2 Feh. 4
Week Maxwells Bankers Apple Packers
Clerks Electrics Republics
10th Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb 11
Week Baakers Apple Packers Clerks
Maxwells Electrics Republics
TUB WENATCHKU BOWLING PARLOR*
HQ postmonetnent of any game allowed.
Cheaper Bides in Pullmans.
Guthrie, Okla.. L>e<\ HI. This was
the last day for high fares on Pull
man ears in Oklahoma. The reduc
tion order of the corporation commis
sion, to which the Pullman company
has agreed, will be put into effect to
morrow. The rates for berths are re
duced about 2'> per cent and foi
about 4 0 per cent.
The arona-tigbt cen protects
it against imparities sod deteri
oration—never sold in bulk.
Your grocer will grind it
better if ground at home—not
Going to California
Kerman lands, Fresno county, Cal
j ifornia, with its yearly crop <«f
oranges, lemons, olives, figs, peaches,
apricots, alfalfa, Indian corn, melons,
and all other fruits, grasses, grains
and vegetables of both temperate and
semi-tropical climates, selling for
over twenty-five million dollars per
year, offers you every possible ad
vantage for health, comfort and pr.>-
I fit. Kerman lands are level, rich
, and immensely productive. jnuer
j thorough irrigation. Every advant
i age. Very rapid settlement taking
j place. Rapidly growing town and
I surrounding country. Best lands at
i very reasonable cost and liberal
This is what you have been look
; ing for.
CARNINE & STORGAARD,
; will wear longer and look better if
you let us do
YOUR LAUNDRY WORK
We call for and deliver all bundles.
PRESSING AND ( LEANING
| WENATCHEE HAND LAUNDRY
i Corner Orondo and Columbia Street.
$3.00 per year.
A limited number to reut.
Farmers & Merchants