=qL oc a 1 and
George Merriam, of Leavenworth,
is in the*city visiting at the home of
his brother-in-law, H. K. Stevens.
Money to loan or city aud farm
property. John A. Gellatly.
Attorney Brown, of the firm of Gra
ves, Falmer, Brown and Murphy, of
Seattle, is in Wenatchee today attend
The best line ofjgoods in the city.
L. Y. Wilson, an old resident of
Oorvallis, Ore., aud who has been iv
Wenatchee the past few days calling
on frieuds, left on the afternoon train
Our underwear is the best. The
M. S. Layson, of Quincy. was a busi
ness visitor to the city yesterday.
Finest genuine American ont glasß.
Hawks, Libby and Mt. Washington at
Thomas, the jeweler.
Hazel Wells, wtio has been ill with
a severe attacK of Tonsil itis, is re
Princely 75c shirts Saturday 48c at
The Misses Parker last evening en
tertained a few of their fi lends at their
home on Orondo Aeumue. Those
present were: Misses Case, Mitchell,
Davis and Biker, aud Messr?. Rnfus
Woods, Dan Pearsall, Smith Miller,
Piof. Taylor and Prof. Pritchard.
Dr. Almeda J. McCall, OsteopaMiic
physician, consultation and examina
tion free. Offices over MoCready's
A. Woo!Btencroft. of Watervillp,
made a trip to Wenatchee yesterday.
Good slioes at The Knew.
Elmer Stevens, proprietor of the
Palace Bakery, has purohased the
Blauchard Cafe and will take immedi
ate possession. He will move his
bakery to the new location Sunday
and will run the restaurant iv con
nect ton with the bakery.
Celebrated Pickard hand painted
China at Thomas the jeweler.
The dance given by the Altar Society
of St. Joseph's church at the theater
Tuesday night was a great success an
netted the ladies a good sum.
5T.75 buys a ton of clean,foil weight
Roslyn coal. Catchall Store, 3<> We
natcV.ee Aye. north.
Miss Corf Davidson, of Seattle, is at
the Roosevelt hotel as the guest of
Misses Ruth and Lillie Vaughn. Miss
Davidson is a very old friend of the
Vaughns and they have uot met for
11.50 pictures—DC Seventy five
cent pictures 45c at David Keith's.
BARONESS SPECK YON STERNBURG.
ILron'eas'von Sternburg. wife of tbe German ambassador to the United
atltM la 0 „e of the handsomest women of the diplomatic corps iv Washington.
<ne is said to be a perfect type of Irish beauty. Before her marriage she was
uss Lillian Langham, a society girl. She first met the baron on an
ocean aud they were married lv 1901.
E. F. Sptague retnned from a short
business trip to Seattle yesierday.
L>nis Oroilaid yesterday icceived a
letter from bis brother Prod, who ia
attending the University of Washing
ton. Fred likes the school fine and is
getting along nicely witb his studies.
He ii a member of the college orheßtra
which will tour eastern Washington
about Ohrißtmas, and he is to stop off
and visit his many friends here at
Buy your rubbers at The Knew.
Louis Crollard. leader of the Wenat
chee orchestra and the finest violinist
who ever came to Wenatchee . left on
this afternoon's train for Seattle,
where he has aocepted a position with
11. W. Bolster, court reporter. Mr.
Crollard has not yet decided whether
he will remain in Seattle permanen
ty. During his absence his plac? in
the orchestra will be filled by W.
Dwight MoOaughev, of Seattle.
Mrs. Frank Reeves gave a bachelor
dinn .r at her home yesterday after
noon to a number of gentlemen of this
city. Later in the afternoon a number
of ladies appeared dressed as puritans
and the afternoon and evening was
spent in card playing and other amuse
All of the Italian extra gangs on
the line of the Grea Northern between
Seattle and St. Paul were laid off yes
terday. The local butcher shops to
day did a thriving business in sausage
and other prepared meats that the
labobers that were located near Wenat
chee needed on their trip to Chicago.
E. A Brown, manager of the Groves
and Brown general store at Quinoy,
was in the city today and yesterday.
He states that Quincy is growing veiy
rapidly. A new hardware store
has been put in and a hotel is project
ed. Land values have risen frcm 20
to 50 per cent. Wheat is piled by
the thousands of bushels at the
warehouses and the piic? is falling
rapidly. Grain dealers of Qnincy be
lieve that the blockade will continue
until tne first of Match.
0. W. Green, of Sullivan, 111., am
ed in the city yesterday to spend a
few weeks at the home of his brother
in-law. U. G. Pogne. Mr. Gieen
came west during the heavy snow
storm in North Dakota. At Rugby.
South Dakota, the firemiu of bis
train dropped from exhaustion from
the labor ot keeping up steam in the
engine. Mr. Green states that the
snow d ; d not cause th°. delay but that
the lieree, wind that blew was so
strong that tbe heavy train couUt not
make more than ten or fifteen miles nn
hour against it.
J. E. Graves is timer the weather
with a severe cold today.
The Graham brothers, of Riverside,
who brought down a bunch of horses
lost week 1 a«e sold the string to local
ranohers. Ray Graham will make his
home in Wenatchee for the winter.
His brother left >esterday for bis
home in North Yakima. '
The Seattle high school term left on
tbe afternoon train today for the
Clifford Lamb, of this city, who is
recovering from an attack of typhoid
fever, had a slight relapse yesterday.
j. J. CoshiEg. of Monitor,[pai i a
visit to Wenatcnee yesterday.
A. L. Smart, ot Malaga, was a city
D S. Waluer of Waterville, arriv
ad in tiie city yesterday to spend the
day at the home of friends in the city.
ML Garton, of Garton and Little,
who has been in Idaho ior the pest
few weeks securing she-p for his firm
is on a freight train stalled in the
mountains by the heavy sncw.
EXTENSION OF TAX
County Auditor Gellatly today
finished the extension of the tax rolls
of Clielan county for the year ISJOS
aud turned thtin over to County Trea
surer Buttles fcr collection The
statement prepared shows that the to
tal taxes to he collected for this year
amount to $123,951.90 which is
divided as follows:
Consolidated, including state and
county levies, $75,('77 41.
Public school.', $30 84''.?7.
City of Wenatchee, $8,319.11.
Road Dis. No. 1, $5,314 40
Road Dis. No. 2. $5,264. 4 "5,0.
Koad Dis. No 3, $1,395.17.
The tax roll thews a gain of about J
j 120,0f0 over last year and an increase |
: of approximately 840,000 over the ysar !
j 1903. During the past five v ( ars the j
j total taxes have increased *from $50 - •
| 182.54 in 1900 to $123,95190, for tbe
i present year or an increase of $72.
--; 769.0. The increase has been the
I most marked .'since H"»2,since wlsirh
j time tbe gain lias been about $20 000
j each year.
JOINT DEBATE AT KIGHSCHOOL
The Alpha and Olympic societies
will give v joint program at the high
school this evening.
which will consist of music and a i
debate. Subject for debate: "Re
solved, that football is detrimental!
to the high school" The Olympic
society will have the affirmative and I
the Alfa society will try to prove thr t
wrong. 1 Inr Collier. Mabel Simmons
mid Montz Johnson will present argu
ments in favor of the question. Earl
Barnhiil, Helen Collier and Stephen
Knowles 'trill present argnments
against tootball. Misses Lyle Gamble
and Elizabeth Graves will sing a duet. !
Sylvia Grant and Zelma Reves will ;
give a dialogue, and Ciiailes McNery
trill entertain with a whistling solo.
A joint newspaper edited by Mr. Will
iams and Mies Cardon and reported by
Misses Lyle Gamble and Sara Chapman i
will be read. The entertainment will
close with rbe report of the ciitic-^jj^
MRS. FRANK REEVES
GIVES PILGRIM PARTY
Mr. aod Mrs. Frank R°eves gave a
pilgrims party at their residence yes
terday. At one c'clcck the host led
th barhelois to the dining room.
Place cards were made of ladies cost
nines of the pilgrim style with guests
photo designating their at the
beautifully decorated table. At 2:30
the hostess received the pilgrim ladies
who were dressed iv black dresses
tiimmed with white capes and cuffs
and wearing white bonnets. The ladies
sang the landing oij the pilgrims and
the host then presented the bachelors
who began a search for a few pounds
of tobacco which caused much merri
ment. Music and games were enjoy -
ed until six o'clock when each purchas
er led his prize under the misletoe
to the dining room where refresh
ments were served after which dano
ing was enjoyed until the wee hours
of the morning.
WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE
Griggs Block N. I. NEUBAUER Griggs Block
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
Per yard for choice assortment
plain and fancy Mohair, Cici
lian, Serges and Granite cloth;
all new shades to select from, 38 to 54 inches
wide; worth up to $1.00 per yard.
FREE PREMIUM COUPONS
Each) over 20 styles to
select from; length from 40
to 44; made up in the very
newest styles. Petticoats in this assortment
worth up to $3.50 each
FREE PREMIUM COUPONS
In All Departments
Farmers and Merchants Bank
OF WENATCHEE. WASH. I
Capital - - $25,000
Surplus - - $2,500
General banking business. Correspondents: Bank of California, Seattle
Anglo-California bank, San Francisco; Chase National bank. New York. First
National bank, Chicago.
J. M TOMPKINS, Pres. R. F. LEWIS, V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier
IRRIGATED LAND AT $100 PER ACRE
Good Water Right and
Seeded to Alfalfa
Improved and unimproved fruit land
near Wenatchee.Several good tracts
, ""SSTfiL. V. WELLS & CO.
The Wenatchee Development Com
pany beg to announce that they have
taken off sale all lots in replat of First
Addition to Wenatchee, also all lots in
Great Northern Replat of Wenatchee,
south of Orondo Aye., also all of Grand
View Addition. Due notice will be given
when these properties are again placed
ARTHUR GUNN, Resident Manager.
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