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OF LIFE INSURANCE
Pi c sident will urge Government Con
trol of Life Insnrance Companies
in his next Annual Message to
Congress which he is now Preparing
OYSTER BAY, Sept. 21.—Secre
tary of State Root, Senator Henry C.
Lodge of Massachusetts and Joseph H.
Choate, who spent last night at Saga
more Hill as guests of President Roos
evelt, left for Hew York this morning.
The conferecue between the Presi
dent and his visitois was admittedly
important. Tli6 principal topic of dis
cussion was the recent disclnsu es in
the conduct of the life insnrance com
panies of Nsw York, being made by
a committee of the New York Legis
lature The President has in course of
preparation his annual message to Con
gress, and as he proposes to discues
the insurance question in that message
with special reference to federal legis
lation for the regulation of insurance
he desired to confer with his close
tiiends as to the manner in winch he
should treat the subject.
The conference las' night continued
until a late hour. No details of it are
obtainable. It is known, howevere,
that the president has urged strongly
the enactment of such legislation as
will give the federal government su
pervisory control of insurance com
Wanted—loo families in Wenatehee
to list t' c rooms they have during the
week of tbe Chelan conuty lair with
W. M. Olive.
He who is chased by a dog is liable
to bark His shins.
Solitary and alone a landlord is a
ho-t iv hiu self.
IF YOU HAVE A BUSINESS ~£
to sell or exchange, write us today.
We have Eastern buyers maKing
inquiries every day. Witri our
twenty different agents we have
unexcelled facilities for handling
business propositions witn. dts
Northwestern Realty-lay. Co.
Desk 6.607-S-9-1O Harka Elk. Seattle, Wash,
G. W. London and wife of Loomis j
pissed through Wenatchee yesterday
on their way to the Portland fair.
' \V. G. Party, of Malaga was in tiie |
city ylfsrcniav on business.
Mr. IT. Wyman, of Seattl?, spent
several days litre the first cf week look
ing for home. He left for Seattle
yesterday Out before going expressed
thiwseif as delighted with the valley
and stated that he would return in a
snort while do make his home here.
Best line of tablets and other school
sapplies at David Keith's Wenatchee
"Doc" Kussel, night clerk of the
lilberta hotel, left yesterday for a
short visit at Lake Chelan.
Among the Leavenworth paople reg
istered at the local hotels are: Gabe
Rawlius, sr. L. Brender and Chas.
C. L Holcomb left yestereday tor a
short business tiip to Quiney.
F. 0. Calleader returned from a
long trip to the east yesterday. Mr.
OaUeader has been employed in selling
the products of Wenatchee tho can
nery to eastern purveyors.
Money to loau on farm and city
propeity. J- A. Gellaty.
P. P. Holcomh is moving his store
from tlie location ou Orondoavenue to
the store formerly occupied by H. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Senator Pogue, of
Alma, accompanied by their son nnd
daughtev passed thiough the city yes
terday on their way up the river from
a visit on tbe coast.
W. G. Malott aud wife were pas
sengers on the down river boat yes
terdav noon. They were en route for
the Portland fair.
Dr. Cameron,|Dentißt. Ellis-Forde
W. R. Piowell returned from Pa
ouse City, Idaho, this morning where
ha had been calle l upon the death of
Dr. A. W*. Green, superintendent
of the state insane asylum at Medi
cal Lake.w as in the city yesterday.
John Potts, a cattle buyer of Sno
homisn, passed through the city on his
way to the Methow valley in search
Parrish, Millinery, Mission St.
Levi Bickers, stockbuyer for the
Bruhn-Henry company, who has been
buying sheep in this vicinity for the
past wpek, will slim four car loads
from Wenatchee Sunday.
3. A. Shotwell, of Monitor, returned
from a months vacation at Seattle yes
terday. -Mr. Shotwell left for the
This is the Last Week
Chelan County Fair
The Premiums are Liberal
The Amusements are Many
The Racing First-Class
Come and Enjoy the
coast iv t!ie hope ihat the Chang3 of
climate would improve his health,
Mltl he is ' much improved.
Earnest Bui dick has accepted a pc
sitir-n fi« book keeper at (Jarton and
L'ttle's meat (hop.
Ira Edwards will leave for Leaven
worth on business concerning the new
store that he is to op3ii there.
M. Oarton left yesterday on a trip
through the E tiat valley to secure
catt c for iiis firm.
LEAVENWORTH AT THE FAIR
Leavenworth will have a fine Fruit Exhibit
at the County Fair—Special Trains
During the Fair
, Tlie proportion made to Leaven
worth, by the fair management, that
they have a corner tor Leavenworth's
i exhibit, ha? met with hearty approval.
The Dlewitt aud North Star mining
1 j people have promised to assist with a
i good exhibit and the Cascade Orchard
f promoters will do their part. Thirty
farmers and orchar lists have promised
their support. In all propability a car
load of fruit and vegetables will be
sent to the fair from Leavenworth.
At the suggestion of Deed H. Mayer
• editor of the Leavenworth Echo, the
Great Northern ngents at Leaven
worth iind Wenatchee are trying to ar
range for a special train between this
I city and Leavenworth during the last
three days of the fair. The train would
i leave Leavenworth at 8 o'clock this
j morning and return about (> in the
] evening. By this means the Leaven
worth people could attend the fair
without having to travel in the night
and tbe attendance from Leaven
: wor h would be greatly increased.
F. A. Huntley, state commissioner
of horticulture, who has been asked
iby the fair munag3i:;ent to act as
jndge iir the horticultural department
of the Chelan coutnv fair, is unable
:to accept on account of having other
business on hand.
A mustacne once down is not neces
, sarily down forever.
I Thank the Lord
cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock,
1 Ark., "for the reilef I got from Buck
i lens Arnica Salve. If cured my
■ tearful innning son s, which nothing
! else would heal, and from which f had
sntl'ered tor 6 years." It is a marvel-
I ou« healer for cnts, burns and won'! Is.
Guaranteed at U. G. Pouue Drug Co.
Says Democratic Candidate Made his
Life Weary Chasing him for Money
to use during the Last Political
NEW YORK, Sept 21.— Political
contributions of the Isew York Life
Insurance company and the connection
of Andrew A. Hamilton of Albany!
with the alleged political activity of
' the company, were the points around
1 which the the hearing before the ieg
' islative insurance investigating com
I mittee turned today. President Mc
-1 Call of the New York Life was
' the chief witness and for several hours
he was subjected to a lire of questions
1 by Charles Hughes, counsel for tlie
committee, concerning tlie money paid j
I for political purposes. The climax |
was reached when Mr. McCall declared j
that the soliciting of funds for cam- !
paigu purposes waß not confined to
the Republican party in the campaign j
cf 11104, and announced:
"My life was made weary by the I
Democratic candidates chasing me for
money in that campaign. Some of
i the very men who are today being in- !
terviewed in the pap?rs and denounc- !
ing men who contribute to campaigns,
1 wjre crossing my path every step I
took, looking for money. One—the j
Candidate himself, Parker—if he would
show up bis books when he was chair- !
man of the Democratic state com
mittee, it would give you a fit. He
never rejected a dollar in the world.
He wonld take every dollar that was!
1 paid him."
is often as great as woman's But
Thos. S. Austin, „Mgr. of ihe - Re
publican," of Leavenworth, hid., was;
not unreasonable when be refused to j
allow the doctor to operate on his j
wife, for t'emal" trouble "lutead,"h |
s.tys, "we conclnded to try Electric j
' Bitters. My wife was then so sick, j
she could hardly leave her bed. aud
fire ( ; >) physicians had failed to re
lieve ner. After Electric Bitter,! j
Bhe was per recti y cared, ami can nhw ]
perform all ncr household Jdutie?."j
Guarantee 3 by LT.G . IVgue Drug Co., j
j price 60e. v .- :
WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE
Men's and Boys'
Largest, finest, best and
lowest priced line ever
shown in Wenatchee. Our
tables are piled high with
the latest products of the
looms. Never before have
we made such a showing.
Our enormous shipments
of all that is tasty in style
and suitable for all kinds
of wear is now in for your
Cheviots, Worsteds, up to
the minute designs, pat
terns and colorings. Every
thing nice, everything
priced at Department store prices. Everything for
the boy, everything for the man. Come and see. «
Shoes for Men and
yQuwill ar.d ycu will hear
on every hand the expression "the Department
sto.'e prices." We have always set the pace on
price and we always will. Our new lines are now
ready for your ingsection. They include every kind
of shoe from the strongest working shoe to the most
dressy ones and the prices are right.
FB pan m W** ■
ree! I-ree I S^ree!
During Chelan County Fair
With every $5 purchase and over
of children's wear we will give free
one child's admission ticket to
the Chelan County Fair.
With every $10 purchase and over
in any department except grocer
ies, we will give free one full ad -
mission ticket to the fair.
> t^a u jiuTiNif.iii i i i iiiiaLiid^
ICILL the COUGH
AND CUgE the LUNGS
| Dr< King's
_ /CONSUMPTION Price
FOR I OUGHSand 50c & $1.00
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
10,000 pairs of shoes
Shoes for men, shoes for
women, shoes boys
and for the girls. We buy
and we sei! ten pairs of
shcea where tne corr.bined
stores of Wenatchee sell
one. Why? The quality
is right. Leather, work
manship and sty!; are ai!
* high grade) the price is
right. You can go where
N. I. Neubauer
We Have the best system for
teaching Stenography at your
own home during your spore
hours. Results ere qutcß and
certain. Prices reasonable.
Write for particulars today.
POST GRADUATE SHORTHAND SCHOOL
4SI NEW YORK BLOCK