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Money to Lean on city and farm propeity. Jno. A. Gellatiy. E. A. Morck returned from a trip to Chelin falls on the new steamer. He is delighted with the new boat. Wednesday, at about 11 o'clock a bullet was tired through one of the rear windows of the Sehlhe hardware store The bullet had come a long way as it barely had force enough to break the window. The bullet is supposed to have come from across the Colum bia. D. P. Miliiken hns been appointed daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Welis for the deputy state veterinary surgeon. ; past week, returned to her home yes- Hids field is Douglas and Chelan terday. counties. ' m , . „. The Chnstan Edeavor society of Mr. B. C. Collier returned from a the Presbyterian church met at'the trip up the river on the Columbia yes- home of Mrs. F. A. Rogers last even terday. On Jus trip Mr. Collier took iDg. Games were played and later a number of views of the vessel. in the erveningjlight refreshments ware served. Abont thirty young people S. J. Uliov, a rancher of Badgar '—— - * were present and all had a hue time. mouutiau was in the city yesterday. He states that he has just finisher] Services will be held at the Episco threwhing his wheat cron. From the pal church tomorrow at 11a. nr. and *>ett s that he had under en It t vat- 70 i:i the evening, ion, jar. Ulloy secured 9000 bushels of G. (r. Flam-uoi and John Turn grata. well -<iH>\vii Fig Bend citizens, wore The carpenter work on the Wenat- passengeis on ti;e down river boat yes chee Prodree company's new ware-1 terday. house will he completed today. The • „ . . .. ' . Mrss Sadie Godfrey will entertain compauv will move into its new quart , . , about twenty of her friends thia even en as soon as the glass lor the stoic ;ng at her home m honor of Miss front arrives. «.,,. ~T ~ M'.ldred Hollenbec!;. Mr. T. A. Davies returned yester . . . . Mis. Paler has sold her lodging day from a ruit to tlie wood camps in . * " c »c T.i * : house on Columbia Aye to Henry the vi unity of Merritt. The trip „ , Schubert. Mr. Schubert has leased was to secure woo i for the C. and O. r, . . . , ... §■it to W. Bartlett w!io wiil conduct steamers. Mr. Davies stated that the . , a lodging house, heavy rains in the mountains are keep-_ ing the section men working night night and day track repairing. F. \V. Karnes roadmaster for the Great Northern tailroad, was in the city yesterday to look over the work 1 Gea A*am? and Ct.aa. Nelson pot of construction of the new Twarehouse | drunk la9t ni * h% - T,IU morning track. The work is almost complete Cl, " les awakened George by muimur and will be ready to receive cars in a ■ ID * m llis ear - " 0h - George, what a few days. headache I have and with what an eye to the beautiful this estwhile abode of i ours is constructed. See the beauty and slmplicty with which this massive \ dungeon is furnished. A hedquilt land a tick filled with straw against a background of nothing." George was getting ready to admire, when a big policeman appeared and took them before Judge Palmer who fined each cf them five dollars and costs. J. L. Peters, the Dunkard minister, loft for Caudo, N. D. on the aftei uoou train yesterday. He will be absent for three or four weeks. Offices of the Columbia Navi gatio:i company has been established th*ir a Wenatchee docks. R. E. Woodson U iv charge. Dr. Milliken caused one cf th* horses affected witti glanders, on the ranch of John Skolpia, to be killed yts tleraay. Another horse and cow ar> quarantined. Mr. £. T Balch, of Malaga, biought a load of fresh eggs to the city today. Giove and Brown secured ihem. E. A. Jones aud family, of Quincy, were visitors in the city yes terday. MRS. NORMAN WHITEHOUSE. A NEW YORK BEAUTY. One of New York's prettiest women Is Mrs. Norman Whilehouse, who Is M well known In the social circles of Newport. Bar Harbor and Lenox as aha is la those of her home city. Mrs. Whltehouse is a lover of doge and owns qtrlta a number of canine aristocrats. All the late books, good reading for young and old. Keith's Book Store. Mies Elsie Williams, of Cashmere, is visiting iv the city today. The postoffice was moved last even ing and is now in it* new quarters. The new office is a vast improvement over the old . New and improved fixtrues have been installed. The office is roomier and better lighted. Mrs. dials. Slick, of Cashmere who has been visitaing at the home of her Dr. Millikin made a professional trip to Malaga yesterday. Helen Tibbitts is ill with the fever. The Armonr Stock company last : night presened the extremely funny ! fatC3 comedy entitled "Somebody's I Baby at th* theaer. Tbe | company was well east aud reudrred the play in a manner which won them the hearty appause of the audience and created no end cf merriment. Pro bably no other play that has been pre sented heie since the new theatre opened has been so well receiver*. WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT jgTORE N. I. NEUBAUER GRIGGS BLOCK jusho maiTelhingsThum we offer the following Extraordinary Bargains for one week, Monday, Oct. 30th, until Saturday, Nov. 4th, 1905 FLINT STONE ot en PACKARD Shoes per pair in all the New Fail Toes and Styles in Vici Kid, Velour and Cordovan. Regular price 53.50 and $4.00 per pair. NEW SUITS, <fcQ Qf? delayed in transit *P\/iv/w SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW Men's Suits, all new, up-to-date styles were delayed in transit. We did not want to accept them. They made us liberal concessions--you get the benefit. This lot contains worsteds, cheviots, clays anj fancy woolen Scotch mixtures. Suits worth up to $17.50 each--sizes 34 to 44. NOTICE--This does not mean our entire stock of clothing --only delayed shipment on sale this week only. * MOT SHi ONE PRICE WASHINGTON'S STATUE IS MADE CROSS-EY& WASHINGTON D., C, Friday Oct. 27, —The elements, or mayb< vandals have so abused the heroic statue of George Washington on the United States Capitol esplanade that the father of his country nas beeu made to look crosseyed. All kinds of things have been done to this marble statue by Greeuoogh. The base on the south side has been split, the fissure extending the whole bight of the base. Pieces have been chipped not of the baldric of the sword and other pieces have been chipped from the Lase. Tne upraised iudex finger of the right hand has been a target fcr boys for a long time, their object beiug to knock it off. On the south sidejof the base is a group re presenting Hercules strangling the snakes in his cradle. Little Herk and the snakes have been split so that the serpents look like joint snakes. The crosseyed effect ot the -tatue tins been produced either by the ele ments or vaudal removing the inner port on ot the right eyeball. The new surface thus made has teen black ened by dnst. TAFT LOPS OFF $17,000,000 WASHINGTON, D.C ~ Oor. 28.— Secretary Taft lias adopter! a policy of economy in the war department. In consequence the estimates for orid uance work have been reduced about $8,000,000. and those for improve ments of rivers and harbors about $9,000,000. These estimates have no bearing on present projects, but will apply to new work. One of the chief reasons for this policy is that there will be a large increase in the cost of the army in order to man the new coast defenses which have been completed. LAWSON SUES STEVENS HAN COOK, Mioh.,, Oct. 28.—Al leging that his character had been damaged to the extent of 120,000, Thomas W. Lawson, of Boston has brought suit for that amount against Horaoe G. Stevens, a well known cop per mine speeiaelist of Houghton. He oharses libel. Mr. Stevens is an ex tensive writer on copper mining topics N. I. NEUBAUER Martha Washington Comfort Shoe Said one Kentucky Colonel to another:— " It's a long time between hats." *' No wonder," replied the other, " we were wise when we selected these "They'll never wear out." WANTED REALESTATEIH YOUR COUNTY Do you wish to Mil or exchange real estate, Inproved or un ved. Our twenty different give us unexcelled facllt for handling real estate with s'.ch Writ* vis today, giving description, price and terms. your tmprovsd. agent* NORTHWESTERN REALTY-INV. CO. Desk A. 407-J-9-I0 Mirkw BkrV Seattle. Wash. LADIES' cbvi JACKETS a yO per garment. Medium length, ail coiors, sizes from 32 to 44. silk anci satin lined. We are over stocked in this line! rather than hold them over, this week only, $a.90 worth $15.00 per garment MILLINERY Never ' z7=?e in the heart of the rrsiliinery sea son has there been such slaughter in prices on Pattern, Trimmed and Walking Hats. $1 to $5 saved en each Hat. All new stock and the sweiiesi ever shown in Wenatchee. FREE VEILS during this sale. Look them cver--you be the judge. Hundreds of other Extraordinary Bargains. Come early and get first choice. Order by mail. SMOKING TOBACCO LEAEER: 35c per Can for Leader Smokiog Tobacc Put up in 1 -lb Milk Cans Stetson Hats, The ShoeWHhout* Buttons or Laces. A real shoe—Not a slipper Made in lew, medium and high styles. Most comfortable shoe ever worn. Fits like a glove; does not pinch or squeeze. Elastic at sides permits shoe to ex pand and contract with the natural motion of the foot. Easily put on, easily taken off; requires no breaking in. Made of extn high grade, special ly tanned and finished Vici Kid, with patent leather trimmings and tough, flexible soles. Your dealer hu ot cm (el Mayer 'Martha Wa»hington" ihon for you. Send n hit mrat and receire dncrp live Booklet No. to. We alio make "Weitern Lady" thoet. Our trade-mirk it stamped on every tola. F. MAYER BOOT i SHOE CO. Milwaukee. Wlv t£ Haggerty WHOLESALE ...AND... FAMILY LIQUOR STORE 1115 Ist. AVENUE, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON With every five dollar order we givs .1 bottle of oar famous Port F^fSE. FOR EXCHANGE A. 93.000.00 Interest In c Seattle company that will pay 20 par cant on the investment and a good salaried position to the right man. for good Improved real aetata. NORTHWESTERN REALTY uW. CO. Desk C 407-8-t-II ■jura* Hock SuMb. Vuk.