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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME 1.---NO. 151.
CROWDS BUTCHERED
BY THOUSANDS
Cossacks Pour Volleys from Rapid-
Fire Guns Into Mob Packed in the
Streets—Those Who Survive Are
Killed with the Sword.
ODESSA, Dec. 2«i.—The Russian
soldiers are unible to overcome the
dauntless spirit of Moscow townspeo
ple, anp despite superior arms, euorm
ous advantage in military training,
and ac omplete supply of all warlike
appliances, the troops are hardly hold
ing their own. Fighting is now go
ing on in every section of the city and
the dead number hundreds--some re-
ports say thousands —and the end is
not in sight.
Terrible slaunher of ths revolution
aries took place during Sund y night
and early Monday, when the terrorists
attempted to capture enormous am
munition factories held by the soldi
eis. By order of General Mistohenko,
the famous Cossack chieftain, who is
now in command ot the garrison, the
artillery was instructed to mount rapid
fire guns in every window on the roof
so as to conmand all avenues of
approach to the storehouses. The
order was given that these rapid firers
were not to be unmasked until the
people actually began breaking into
the structure.
The result was that the mob wns
packed in the open street iv front
when the signal was giv3n to fire.
Immediately bb one all the wooden
shutters fell back and withering vcl
leys were poured into the crowds,
while the guns on the roof were turn
ed on th«» crowd that had been unable
to pet into the immediate vicinity.
The carnage was something fright
ful, according to private advices re
ceived here. The crowd, stunned for
a moment, turned to flee, bat the
firing was|kept up, and eimalraneous
ly there issued from places of oonoeal
ment whole troops of Cossacks, who,
using carbine and sword, swept
through the crowd of panic strickan
fugitives, killing all whom they could
reach.
Inside of half an hour people dis
persed, aud it is declared fully 2000
were killed outright and five times
as many wounded.
These reports ot the casualties are
merely conjecture, however, and it is
impossible to Becure any accurate de
tails, as the government controls the
telegraphs.
Novel Postcards
Peter Hovland, of this oity, is in
receipt of some novel postcards from
his friends in Norway. On one car t
is the pictuie of the young crown
prince Olaf. of Norway a child about
three years old, holding tiie Norwegian
flag in his hand. The second card
shows the new King Haakon VIII tak-
ing the oath of ofiioe in the presence
of the Stortliing, Norway's legislative
body, the prime minister and other
principal men of the empire. The
third card gives five views of the new
king when he landed in Norway on
Nov. 27, soon after he was chosen
king. The pictuies are temarkably
clear and Bhow the king answering
thespeeohes of weloome, etc.
KELIGIOUS FANATIC CUTS
OFF HIS RIGHT HAND
RICHMOND, VA., Deo. 2e.—Obey-
ing the biblical innnction, "If thy
right hand offend thee, out it off,"
John Webb, a miner of Winona,
while laboring nnder religions excite-
merit, hacked off his light, hand at
the wrist with a blunt pocket knife,
so as to make suie of entering the
kingdom of God. He left hie home
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY DECEMBER 26, 1905
in a frenzied condition in the early
morning nnd came down Nattalburg
mountain, followed by bis wife
The hand was severeed while the
man was walking along the tiaeks
of the Gheaspekee and Ohio railroad.
The man was found unconscious
from lcs-- of blood at Fayettee station.
When he had been revived be told in
detail how he had cut aroond the
wrist and then when the boiie was re
ac'/ad he had snapped the limb loose
with the other hand. The hand and
part of the broken blade of the knife
weie found at the point indicated.
CUPID BUSY AT
CHRISTMAS TIME
Miss Minnie Brondige, of this
city, and A. L. smart, of Malaga,
were married Sunday noon at the Pre
sbyterian parsonage by rlev. Barnum.
Mr. Smart is one of tii9 prosperous
ranchers of Malaga aud Miss Brondige
was formerly the telephone operat"r
for thtjFarniers Telephone Company
of The young couple left
Sunday noon on a siiort trip
to Seattle.
j John Crowl and Miss Ethel Inscho,
! botli of this city were married at the
j home of the bride's parents Saturday
j evening at eight o'clock. The wed
, ding was a quiet affair, only the re
j Intives and intimate friends of the
i bride and groom being present. After
j a short trip *o Odessa the young people
! will go to housekeeping in this city.
J. G. Peters and Miss Grace Mc-
Mulleu were married Sunday evening
at the Dunkard church at Sunnyslone,
Rev. Peters officiating. The couple
will go to housekeeping at onco on
the groom's ranch at Snnnyslope. gjjg
CHRISTMAS IN THE
LOCAL CHURCHES
The Sunday school of th c M. E.
cliuroh gave a> cantata Christmas even
ing entitled the "'Magic Snowball,"
which wag well presented by the
children.
This was followed by three tableaux
representing the wise men, the shep
herds and the biith of Christ intersp
ersed with sonps and declamations
The evening's entertainment closed
with the distribution of candy to the
children »rom a beautiful Christmas
tree
Christmas was celebrated at the
Christian church with the following
program by children of the Sunday
school, after which the little ones
enjoyed the ueubl fruit that a Christ
mas tree bears:
here —"Mtrry. Merry Xmis."
Recitation—Archie Allenbacgh. Song
—"I Washed my Hands This Noon,"
Sh eldcn Mooney. Recitation—Ruth
ITnsbie. Duet—four girls. Recitat
ion—Marie Mooney Recitation—X.
Knowles. Recitation—Harold Frisbist.
Cradle song—lda Olarey. Recitation
—Gertrude Duuoan. Chorus—Joy to
the World.
The Presbtyerian Sunday schoo i
gave a very successful Christmas enter
tainment last night at their church.
Tbey had two tre»s, one for the
ohildren of the Sunday school and one
devoted to local charities which nett
ed the school twenty-five dollars. A
very interesting program con
sisting of musio and recitations was
rendered by the children of the Sun
day sohool.
The Christmas exercises at the
BaDtist ohnroh were of a different
order from the usual Christmas chuioh
festivities being mnsioale, and conduct
ed by Mrs. Kathryn Hayne. At the
oloto of the mneical program an offer
ing was taken for the benefit of a little
boy who is sink. The Sunday sohool
voted to pay the expenses for medical
treatment forjthe little fellow rather
than to spend money for a tree and
Christmas treat as usual.
The occasion was somewhat marr
ed by the absence of eleotrio lights,
as the ohnrch'had been wired especial
ly for the Christ ma s decoration.
FIERCE BATTLE RAGES
IN MOSCOW STREETS
Terrible Carnage in Russian City---
Five Thousand Dead and Fourteen
Thousand Wounded ---Revolutionar
ies Apply Torch to Buildings.
MOSCOW, Dec. 20.—1t is estimat
ed at tins hoar tlint the casualties
during Monday'B fighting will reach
M) 00 killed and 14,000 wounded A
constant conflict is stiil raging through
out the city ana hardly a building re
mains that is not bul ! et soanod or
marked by shells. Provisions are so
short that many persms .lie actually
starving. Horrors snch as eclipse any
thing ev«»r known during the Paris
reign of terror are being enacted in
every narter of the doomed city. (Jed
alone knows what the outcome will j
be.
As this dispatch is penned, the rat
tle of smail arms, clatter, ciatter, clat
ter of rapid fire Maixms and whistle
of shrapnal can be heard all o*er. A
few hours ago the revolutionary gov
ernment was again proclaimed and
proclamations weie scattered broad
cast calling upon all citizens to rally
around the revolutionary command
and compei the soldiers to retire from
the city.
The result was electrical. Thou
sands of persons who had heretofore
remained in the ML homes flocked to
the places of and demand
ed that they be supplied with arms
and ammunition to help their broth
ers in "the fight for life."
The days of the Paris commune
are simply intensified in these eaily
years of the twentieth century, and
now it seems certain the troops will
be unable to qoell the rioting.
During the last five hours there
have been KOO buildings destroyed
by fire. Most of the structures were
owned or ocoupied by loyalists and
the fires have been set by the rovolu
tionistaries, who kept the firemen
from interfering.
PRESIDENT'S CHILDREN TRIM
THEIR OWN CHRISTMAS TREE
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec 2«.—
Christmas was observed at the White
Hoase with the customary good cheer.
In the morning the younger children
gamboled around a little tree, which
they had rigged op themselves
Later in the day they went to the
home of Capta.n W R. Cowlts, the
president,s brother-in-law. The
president sidetracked business abso
lately for the day spending most of
the time with his family.
This evening their will tie an in
formal home dinner at the White
Home, at which Nicholas Lougworth,
the piCßpeotivegsou-in-luW of the pres
ident, wiil be the guest of honor.
ROOSEVELT HOTEL
ENTERTAINS IOWA PEOPLE
The Roosevelt hotel yesterday after
noon at 4 o'clook served a Christmas
dinner to twenty-five guests all of
w horn were former lowa people.
The dinner was of ten courses and was
thoroughly enjoyed by the guests
who all agreed that Wenatchee is a
better place than lowa and that the
dinner was equal to tbe Christmas
dinners that their mothers used to
make in the old lowa homes.
The dining room was decorated with
roses, oarnations and holly and pre
sented a beautiful sight. After din
ner the guests spent the time in the
hotel parlors talknp over old times ie
lowa and present times in the Wenat
chee valley until 7:30 when they all
went to the Christmas entertainment
at the M. E. church.
A FIVE-ROOM HOUSE
I
Bath room, clouts and all modern
conveniences; very :'~<rable location]
close in; houso that rs*»nnot be dupli
in the city for the monty - $1800.00
ARTHUR GUNN
Real Estate and Financial Agent
ALSO
Sell
MORNING SIDE LOTS
HAVE YOU $1200.00 ?
If you have you can secure one of the most
desirable Nob Hill residences in the city.
House of five rooms and bath] plasteryd
and plumbed throughout; completely fur
nished) carpets, sewing machine, Majestic
range, electric lights. Price. Including
everything only SI2OO cash,balance small
monthly payments. If desired will sell
witnout the furniture. Bousquet & Holm
H.LWI ESTER
NEW BOWER BLOCK
Just Across the Street - - Watch Us Grow
Money-Saving Sale
FOR MEN
MEN'S SUITS
12.50 Suits - $8.95
18 00 Suits - 12.50
22.50 Suits - 15.00
25.00 Suits - 16.50
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
Fifteen and twenty cent values - - - - 20c
Silk initial handkerchiefs - - - - - - 50c
SLIPPERS
Men's fancy velvet embroidered ..59a
Men's Imitation Alligator- 59c
Men's Dongola leather $1.10
Men's felt, leather soled.. ..sl.lO
Men's turned sole Vici Kid $1.35
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
OVERCOATS
$7 Boy's Coat $3.50
$15 Mens Coat 10.00
$20 Cravenette 15.00
$20 Mens Coat 12.50
NECKTIES
Four-In-Hand* ... . 250
Four- In- Hands 35c
Four-In-Hands 50c
Teck Scarfs ... 50c
Fancy Teeks 75c

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