Newspaper Page Text
BEFORE WE GO ANY FURTHER, ALLOW US TO WISH
YOU ALL A JOYOUS AND PROSPEROUS 1911.
THE YEAR 1910 HAS, WE HOPE, BEEN GOOD TO ALL
OF YOU —NOT ALONE FINANCIALLY, BY WHICH WE
GENERALLY MEASURE SUCCESS, BUT IN ALL THINGS.
YOU ARE EMBARKING UPON A NEW YEAR AND WE
HOPE EVERY DAY OF 1911 WILL BE A REPETITION OF
YOUR BEST DAY IN 1910.
OUR BUSINESS HAS GROWN BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS.
WE ATTRIBUTE OUR SUCCESS TO TWO THINGS—QUAL
ITY AND SERVICE.
IN THE WORDS OF RIP, 4 'MAY YOU ALL LIVE LONG
'AND PROSPERS YOU DESERVE IT.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT is the cheapest and is as
essential as first class goods at right prices. Our stock
of both is complete. We invite your continued patron
age during the year 1911 and wish to thank you for your kind
consideration during the old year just passed, 1910. LAST
ING IMPRESSIONS are like warts; they grow on one.
We wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
NOTICE TO W. W. CIRCLE Xo. 52.
Notice is hereby given that the
regular meeting will take place on
next Saturday night, December 31st.
instead of Monday, Jan, 2, 1911.
By order of
Notice to Union Carpenters.
Local union No. 1071, United Bro
therhood of Carpenters and Joiners,
will meet next Monday night, Janu
ary 2, in Socialists' hall, Harlin
G. N. BUICH,
PURE MILK AND
Delivered anywhere 1b city.
Meeker Bros. Milk
BASEMENT WORLD BLDG
• for J Are. IB J Stewart St.-"Co»Tenlent to E ram h tog"
European Plan—sl.so per day, up.
J. H D4VIS- Proprietor
PETKOVITS FDR CO.
Longest Established furriers en the Coots
JlO MARION STREET, SEATTLE
Uht Pnttglt Stariuuarr
BRIEF CITY NEWS
A number from here and vicinity
have been attending business col
lege in Wenatchee and are at home
this week spending their holiday
vacation. They are Geo. Corbaley,
Ralph Supplee, Ramina Jacobsen,
Anna Willms, Frank Kinzel, John
Brusch, Alice Clark and Cora Gold
beck. Andrew Workowsky was ex
hibiting some of his penmanship
which is excellent for the short prac
tice he has had.—Douglas County
Anybody wishing alfalfa hay by
the carload, call on C. & O. Nursery
company, in their office in the Rus
sell-Plough building. We also have
Louis Wetsei and Nick Peters,
both members of the Little-Wetsel
company and making their home in
the Methow valley, are in the city
Glasses fitted. Dr. Zenei, Halbart
Mrs. W. D. Thomas went to Se
attle today to visit her mother, Mrs.
Hamilton, for a month.
Get our prices on glass. Russell-
Johnson Co. •*•
Mrs. Irvin Bailey, daughter Gladys
and son Ormond, of Danville, Wash
ington, arc guests at the homo of
Mrs. Bailey's sifter, Mrs. O. S,
L good place to spend the winter,
it the Wenatchee Business College.
Make your spare moments count and
the results will take care of you later
Mr. and Mrs. George Scheideman
tel entertained the choir of the Pres
byterian church at their home last
Strictly up to date engraving done
at the World office, phone 1135. *»*
H. M. Treadwell, the well known
sheep man, accompanied by his son,
arrived here this morning from Ev
erett and will be here several days
Six spools of thread for 25 cents,
until stock is closed out, at Mrs.
Young's Milliner ystore, Chelan Aye.
Miss Anna Harris entertained
about 50 of the members of the
Christian Endeavor of the Christian
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1010.
church at her beautiful home, on
Washington avenue. Friday evening.
Music and games was the order of
the evening. A dainty lunch wsa
served at 11:30, after which the
guests departed, with many good
wishes for this hospitable home.
Worse than an alarm of fire at
night is the metallic cough of croup,
bringing dread to the household.
Careful mothers keep Foley's Honey
and Tar :n the house and give it at
the first sign of danger It contains
no opiates. Wenatchee Drug Co.
Rev. K. W. White will fill the pul
pit at the Christian church on Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock. Bible
school at 10 a. m.
Mrs. John Culton and daughter.
Mrs. Letia Gale, of Palouse, are visit
ing in the city. Mrs. Culton is a
sister of A. J. Van Landingham.
W. G. Matthews, of Ephrata, is in
the city en business.
Walter Olive is moving his real
estate office from the room formerly
occupied by city offices in the old
World building to the second floor
of the First National Bank building.
Mr. and Mrs. George Scheideman
tel entertained the members of the
Presbyterian choir, with their wives
and husbands, at their home on
Miller street last evening. The
evening was spent in music, social
conversation, also in solving a mu
sical romance. Mrs. B. J. Williams
was awarded head prize, a small toy
piano, and Fay Ardron, the booby
prize, a small tin horn. The hos
tess, assisted by her daughter, served
a dainty two course luncheon. Those
present were Messrs. and Mesdames
B. J. Williams, O. G. Stephenson,
J. E. Van Cleve, F. W. Arnold, Fay
Ardron, Miss Ethel Ardron and Fred
Remember that when your kidneys
are affected, your life is in danger.
If. Mayer, Rochester, N. V., says:
"My trouble started with a sharp
shooting pain over my back which
grew worse daily. I felt sluggish
and tired, my kidney action was ir
regular and infrequent. I started
using Foley Kidney Pilia. Each dose
seemed to put new life and strength
into me, and now I am completely
cured and feel better and stronger
than for years." Wenatchee Drug
REMINDING OF AN
Tale of a Former Member of
the Green Cloth Points
a Local Moral.
The former gambler was in a rem
iniscent mood. He was telling his
friends of the things that used to
happen before the oily wont dry.
"Say, boys," he remarked, "in the
days when I was sliding them over
the baize cloth I really had one half
minute of anxiety. It wasn't that I
was down to cases or anything of
that kind; but a tenderfoot butted
into the game one night and after
we had played a little while and had
got around to a jack pot, there was
that tenderfoot jUBt meeting every
raise I made, and, mind you, all this
time I was sitting there with four
aces in my hand.
"Now, any of you boys who know
me are aware that I could not lay
down four aces, and for the life of
me I couldn't see where thar tender
foot had accumulated a royal UUSB."
The gambler stopped. All the
men who had dropped into the place
had listened to the story. One of
the sojourners broke in with:
"Well, how did the hand come
The sang froid of the men who
had faced dice, death and danger
was unruffled a* he made the reply:
"What usually happens when a
man tries to bluff with two dene?*."
One of the listeners butted In say
ing. "That reminds me of a news
paper circulation story."
Then everybody walked out.
An Orpheum Headliner for
Next Week at the We
The Wenatchee theatre will start
off the new year with one of the
finest. If not the very best, vaude
ville acts which has ever appeared
in that house. The Busch Trio is
everywhere featured by the foremost
circuit of the country as a specialty
of unusual merit.
When President Roosevelt saw
their performance recently, he
praised it most highly. His encom
iums have been echoed by the press
everywhere. Never before have the
Busch Trio appeared outside of the
largest cities, and the exception is
made in this case solely because
Manager Chapman has been willing
to pay the price, relying upon the
appreciation and patronage of a dis
* TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. *
* + ♦ + ♦♦♦*♦*** + + *
ORCHARDIST of extended experi
ence will take charge of orchard,
old or young. Have handled or
chards for 15 years, 12 years in
Wenatchee. References furnished
Address H. R., care Daily World.
LOT FOR SALE —or will exchange
for a team. Phone 3322. Wesley
FURNITURE FOR SALE
FURNITURE FOR SALE—House
keeping furniture for two rooms.
Call at. once at Room 19, First
National Bank bldg. 1-2
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms,
could be used for light house
keeping. Electric light and bath.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
FOR RENT —Six-room house: new,
modern. Phone 4303. H. W. Mc-
ROOMS WITH HOARD.
FOR RENT —Rooms with boarrj;
furnace heat; close in. Call 132
Okanogan Aye. or Phone 295.
30 ACRES, 1 1-2 miles south of
Riverside: engine house and good
barn; $150 cash. Finest orchard
land in valley. Platted into five
acre tracts. Address W. A. Byers.
Riverside, Wash. 1-6
10 ACRES, one mile from Riverside;
1 acre 12 year old bearing orch
ard, balance in last spring trees
$1600. Address W. A. Byers, Riv
erside, Wash. 1-6
CARNEY LUMP, that is lump—the
cleanest coal there is—no soot,
i no smoke, no clinkers, and very
N little ashes. Phone the Cannery,
W 7 ashingtoa—Occasional rain west,
snow flurries east, tonight; Sunday,
generally fair, except occasional rain
SUNDAY IN THE
Y. M .C. A. Meeting.
The meeting Sunday at ;i p. m.
will be addressed by F. B. Utter.
Vocal solo by H. Patience; violin
solo by Mr. Horn. The meeting will
be held at the Presbyterian church
on account, of improvements being
made at Commercial Club hall. All
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Com
munion and preaching at 11 a. m.,
followed by the election of officers
for the ensuing year. Juniors meet
ing at 3 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. at
6:30. A large attendance is desired
at all these meetings. Everybody is
The theme at the morning rervice
will be "Christian Progress a New
Year's Duty." In the evening Dr.
Stevenson will preach a sermon on
""Carnegie, the Moses of Universal
Peace, Leading the Nations from the
Wilderness of the Absurdities of War
Into Promised Land of Peace."
All interested in that subject will be.
welcomed most heartily to that ser
vice. The choir will render an an
them in the morning and in the
evening Mr. and Miss Adron will sing
a duet, "Come Unto Me." During
the evening Mrs. Sickels will give
five instrumental numbers. All are
most cordially incited to attend all
the services of this church. The
week of prayer will be kept by the
Presbyterian church. There will be
a special program for each evening
of the week. The speaking will be
done largely by the laymen.
H. W. Wiard, Pastor. The pub
lic is cordially welcomed to any or
all of our services. In the morning
at 11 o'clock, there will be recep
tion of members, and Communion
service. In the evening at 7:30, the
pastor will preach on "Invoicing."
Bible school at 10 a. m. All services
are held in Commercial Club hall.
Coffee and cake or pie, 10 cents,
or sandwich 10 cents, at the Salva-j
tion Army hall tonight any time af
ter «"> o'clock, after which a watch
night service will be held and all \
day Sunday services as usual. All
are invited to attend. Captain and,
Mrs. Jackson, officers in "charge.
New Year's Services at the First M..
On Sunday morning at the First,
Methodist Episcopal church, the pas- i
! tor will preach a New Year's sermon:
lon subject, "Forgetting the Things ;
1 Behind." In the evening a special j
sermon for the Epworth League.
Subject, "Who Knows But Thou Art;
| Come to the Kingdom for Such ft
1 Time as This?" Public installation
|of newly elected officers.
Special meetings will begin on
Sunday, .Tan. 10th. under the direc-i
tion of the pastor. F. W. Cooper
will have charge of the music. You
have a cordial invitation to all the. c:
Church of Christ.
Bible study at 10 a. m. Preach- !
ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30,
p. m. The special services are be
ing held each evening, including 1
Saturday evening. The subject for*
tonight io "The Incorruptable Peed j
of the Kingdom.'' For Sunday
morning at 11 a. m., the subject will
be, "The Convincing Power of the
Holy Spirit," and for Sunday even
ing at 7:30, "Is Water Baptism Es
sential to Salvation?'' These meet
ings will continue each evening In
definitely. All are most cordially
invited to attend and become ac
quainted with the teachings held by
the Church of Christ.
All services are held in the Elks
hall. The lesson sermon is read at
11 o'clock a. m.. Sunday. Subject
for tomorrow is "God." Sunday
school convenes at 10 o'clock a. m.
Testimony meeting at 8 o'clock p. m.
on Wednesday. The public is in
vited to these, services.
Notice to East Siders.
On Monday. January 2. 1911, at
8 p. m., the regular meeting of the
East Wenatchee Good Roads Asso
ciation will be held at the Valley
View school house. There is impor
tant business to be attended to.
CLOSE P. O. MONDAY
Legal Holiday Will Give Postoffice
Clerks a Rest on Jan. 2nd.
Sunday hours will be observed by
the postoffice next Monday, and
there will be no carrier delivery, all
owing to the fact that Gov. Hay has
declared that to be a legal holiday
A few holiday packages have
gathered at the postoffice which
bear no addresses. Patrons who
have reason to believe that their
packages have not been received or
sent, may find the matter explained
by calling at the office and examine
these that bear no addresses.
Picture Theatre Obtained
Three Year Lease —
Bert McGee, proprietor of the
Gem theatre, is preparing to make
the new year a happy one. He has
recently secured a three year re
newal of his lease on the present
location. At once he telegraphed
for the latest invented picture ma
chine and it was installed yesterday.
The next change contemplated is
the construction of a new and at
tractive entrance. Alterations on
the inside of tne room will he marie
c-o as to give advantage of every
inch of space for seating purposes
The new moving picture project
or la of the latest model. It is call
ed the Edison Underwriters'
scope. Leading features are the in
tense and steady light provided, the
noiseless running of the machinery
absolutely flicker less pictures an'!
perfect control of the device for the
operator. It is a most expensive
piece of mechanism and was not or
dered definitely until the lease mat
ter was settled.
With these changes and the re
cent film service contracts made by
Manager McGee, the Gem is pre*
pared to promise its patrons the
best uniformly excellent moving pic 1
ture shows to be seen anywhere ii 1
the northwest. 1
A Happy New Year!
YOURS FOR CISAN AND WHOLE
SOME GROCEEES DURING THE
Harlin Block Phone 455
WE VISH YOU ALL
A Happr and Prosperous
AYE WHJ BE READY FOR BUSI
NESS IN r HE NEW WENATCHEE
HOTEL BULBING ABOUT JANUARY
Red Afple Real Estate Co.
A.. LINVILLE & SONS.
Anything Wrong "
with ymirOasoline Engine? Let us fix it. j
We know iow. Years of experience in this
COLUIBIA PLUMBING CO.
FLEISHIKAN & FARMS, Proprietors
Phone 31>? 535 Yakima Street
Call up 'hone 185
for the s f ellest turn
outs irthe city.
AHappy ( I
a:d the Season's I
Greetings \ J
wii our appreciation )ofm
th liberality with wh/ch |
va have seen fit toijmV
tmize this store. \Of
enstant aim will ty"w *
pase you during l^Mf
luckeye Grodl /
Aged Indian Woman I>ead. I
Calumet, Mich.. Dec. 31.—Mrs. \
-\ry Bcniche. widow of the late
(lef Bcniche of the Chippewa tribe
olndians, died yesterday at Baraga.i
.'chigan, age 115 years. <tW
The average wage in Italy andj .<
talia is 2"> cents a day. *
The next annual convention of the
c held in Sancmfcmf cmf cmfwyp
sternational Seamen's Union yi!l
B held in San Francisco.