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The Wenatchee World
Published Daily Except Sunday by the
WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP.
Entered as second-class matter at the
Postoffice at Wenatchee,(Washington.
Main office--Business and Editorial,
COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
Wenatchee, Washington.
Farmers Phone 234
Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592
subscription rates:
One Year, by Mail, In Advance, - $5.00
Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50
Delivered by Carrier, per week. - .10
TUESDAY DECEMBER 26. 1905
ENFORCE THE LAWS.
It is a nark da? iv the history of
Wenatchee when its chief executive
publically takes a stand against the
enfol cement of the law. Such au
event as this must be looked upon iv
the light of a calamity. It is a dis
tinct retrogression and something
that must attract the instant attention
of the community. When the mayor
of tins city declares that any law is a
dead letter, when he declares that
one fourth of the Uws on the statute
hooks were never meant to be enfoio
ed, he is not ouly giving voice to
sentiments which are anarchistic and
totally out of keeping with the best
intervests of our commonwealth, bat
he is assuming a power which is not
his, viz, that of interpertiug the law.
Does Mr. Littletield imagine that he
was elected mayor of Wenatchee to
construe the laws according to his
wishes or accordiug to the wishes of
those to whom he looks for counsel ?
Does he imagine that his judgment is
better than that £of the best legal
talent which our city affords or better
than the judgment of the body of men
who enacted the laws? It is fair to
assume that the laws made by a repre
sentative body of men from this city
and for the government of this city,
are just laws and are for the best in
terests of the general public. Who
then is this individual that he should
say that these laws should or should
not be enforced;
The mayor of this city takes oath
to enforce the laws of the oity not to
interpret then The people of this
town should force Mr. Littlefield to
carry out his sworn duty.
A movement is is on foot in this
country to limit salaries to $100,000.
Most of us would he content to accept
that amount aud pledge onr-tel yes
never to ask for another raise.
will be useless to try to tell Mi.
Bryan anything about world politics
when he returns, for will he not know
himself, havug been there to see?
Tom Lawson threatens to make his
living by his pen. It rnav be tough on
Tom when his artcles have to be sub
mitted wholly on thier merts.
Possibly the czar is glad as he reads
the Manchurian disnatohe* that his
beloved army is so far away and that
the walking is so bad.
Russia's freedom of the press is iv
full effect as long as tne press does
not say anything to displease the gov
ernment.
Oyama should be careful. The
deadly banquet may do to him what
Russian bulets did not.
No man who has the faintest ray
of hope in bis breast will buy a neck
tie for himlself this week.
One side or the other in the fight
between T. Lawson and the "system"
is going to have a bard finish and from
present indications it is not going to
he the - • system. "
It will he an cgrpeable departs re
from past traditions if many of the
senators are not seized with a dpsire to
get up and make long speeches about
the weather every time the pure food
bill comes up forjconsideratiou.
The hear that walks like a man has
developed a terribly rough hug in its
own tan. ily circle.
KILLING 500
TARTARS DAILY
LONDON, Deo. 23. — A dispatch to
the Evening Standard from Constant
inople says that the Turkish consul
at Batoum reports that the Armenians
are massacring Tartrs at the rate, of
500 daily.
SAVES THREE LIVES
IN FOURTEEN MONTHS
ST. LOIUS. Dec. 23.—Offic-n Dan
McCarthy, of the East Sr. Louis
police force, made his third rescue in
foureteen months last night, when lie
saved the lite of William Potte, of
1600 Parsons avenue, East St. LoniS.
Potte fell into the water in attempt
ing to cross the viaduct over tne
Cahokia creek. Officer McCarthy,
who is known among his fellow oflic
ers as " Big Dan," was standing on
the hank of the creek at the time and
saw the man fall. He pulled off his
coat and plunged into the icy water.
After struggling with the man for
several minutes, the officer swam with
him to the shore.
At the time of the former rescues,
the officials of the East St. Louis
police department urged McCarthy to
forward his lecord to the trustees of
the Carnegie hero fund, bat the offic
er would not do so. It is thought that
in view of this third rescue his name
will be sent to the trustees by friends.
INSURANCE MAN GETS
RID OF HIS PROPERTY
MORRISTOWX. N. J., Deo. 23 —
Deeds by wbioh Riohard A. McCnrdy.
former president of the Mutual Life
Insurance Company, and the members
of his family have transfered valuable
propeity in this city within the last
few days were made publio yesterday.
Mr. McCurdy and his wife on Dec
ember !•'• and again on December 19
tranßfeired parcels of real estite to
their son, Robert H. McCurdy.
The sou on Deceir. ber 19 transferr
ed to his mother his interest iv the
new McCurdy home, which has baeu
occupied by Richard A. McCurdy and
which is said to have oost about $400,
--000.
By this transfer the country house
and the surrounding estate was put
entirely in Mrs. Richard A. Mc-
Curdy's name.
MALAGA.
Malaga. Dec. 2.—Rev. John Raff
ey and wife took the children to We
natchee Thursday so that they could
see Santa at headquarters.
Vinto Amey boarded the train for
Trinidad Thursday. Somethiugs up.
He looked as slick as if he had jcmped
out of a baud box.
Work was commenced on A. L.
Smart's new house Thursday morning.
It is located on ' Nobby" hill audition
to Malaga.
O. B. Reed and daughter Grace,
drove through to Wenatchee to do a
little Christmas snopping
Mrs. T. D. Walker, of the Clnckum.
took the noon train for Wenatchee
Thursday to visit frierds a few dajs
and dc some shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Vaal were
county seat visitors Thursday.
CHRISTMAS TREE LOADED WITH
GIFTS ON BOARD A TRAIN
DAGGETT. CAL.. Dec. 26.— A
Christmas tree on board a train was
the unique yulctide demonstration in
dulged in last night by the lorty past
eru newspaper men who are guests of
the Los Angeles Limited, aud who to
day left Tjos Anaeles lor their letorn
trip acioss the continent. The Christ
mas tree, laden with many gifts, was
unveiled in a Pullmm vestibule as a
surprise to the newspaper men from
their railroad hosts
The novel celebration was the occa
sion for much inerriintnt on the part
of the newspaper men, so many hund
reds of miles fiom their homes on
Christmas.
Ex-Governor to 01(1 People's Home
M A DISON, WIS., Dee. 86.— William
R. Taylor, governor of Wisconsin
Irom 1874 to 187<*>, went today to live
at the Old People's home. Mr.
Taylor's administrstion was a stormy
one during the grange movement,
when laws for railway regulation much
like those enacted duiing Governor
La Follette's administration were plac
ed on the statute hooks, but were re
pealed by the next legislature. In a
notable right before the supreme court
Governor Taylor established the right
of the state to regulate corporations.
Columbia and Okanogan
Steamboat Go.
SCHEDULE
UP RIVER
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.m
" Orondo daily 7:00 a.m.
." Entiat daily 7:30 a.m.
" Che-lan Falls daily .11 oo a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Brewster daily 5:00 p.m.
DOWN RIVER
Leave Brewster daily 4 :00 a.m.
" Paterons daily 4:20 a.m
" Chelan Palls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
--" Entiat daily 9:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 10.00 a. m
Arrive Wenatchee daily .. 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatchee for
BRIDGEPORT Tuesday and Friday
mornings. Returning leaves Bridge
port same night.
T. A. DAVIES. Gen. Mgr
TICKETS
. . . VIA . . .
GREAT
NORTHERN
RAILWAY
SHORT LINE
. . .TO . . .
St. Paul, Duluth
Minneapolis, Chicago
AND POINTS EAST
m TRA INS DAILY
FAST TIME «W
New Equipment througnout Day Coach
es, Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Din
ing and Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
TRAINS LEAVE WENATCHEE
West-- No. 1--The Flyer 1.10 p.m.
West--No 3-- Puget Sound Ex.1.28 a.m.
East-- No 2--The Flyer 3.20 a.rn
East-- No Express. 3.15 p.m.
For tickets, rates, folders and full In
formation, call on or address
A. A. Piper, Agent
Wenatchee. Wash.
S. G YERKES. A. G. P. A.
To Make Bread
like mother used to bake
it is necessary to use
Harrington Best
Flour
For Sale By All Dealers
Wenatchee Theatre
J. E. Ferguson, Mgr.
The
Fitzpatrick
Co.
Headed by the renowned
comedian Stephen Fitz
patrick and Mrs. Ed.
Russel, with a strong
cast wilt present
A Husband on Salary
Friday, Dec. 29
The Song of a Shirt
Saturday, Dec. 30
Popular Prices
25c - 35c - 50c
Seats on Sale at
U. G. Pogue Drug Store
A Dollar
Invested in
Real Estate
Grows while
You Sleep.
A Dollar
Invested in
Morning Side
Tracts
Will Earn
Bigger Interest
Than it will
Invested in
Any other
Way.
Buy Now
This property
Will rise
In value
And you
Can't do
Better.
Ask Olive
About it
Walter M. Olive
Agent
Many a Pan who refuse* to labor
tries to work ether mcii.
Charity says uothiug and saws
wood, bat philanthropy employs a
press ageut.
Carload or
HORSES
Jus+arrived. All weights
Btcken and Unbroken
On sale at our stable.
Eagle LiveryAtTransferCo.
Ino
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
REEVES & REEVES
Lawyers
Ofticeß, second floor Wenatchee Drug
Co. building.
Phones: P. S. 581; Farmers 222
Wenatchee. Wash.
DILL «, THOMAS
Lawyers
Suite 1 W. T. Rarey &Co s Building
Wenatchee. Wash.
E. F. S PR AG U E
Professional Funeral Director and
Licensed Embaimer
A graduate by years of practical ex
perience
Farmers Phone 223 and 224
P. S. Phone 21 and A 23
Wenatchee, Wash
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Classified ads 5 cents a line each In
sertion, minimum charge 10 cents.
ATTORNEYS
R. VV. Gutts—Practice in Federal
and State Courts. Phone Farmers 245
O. L. Holcomb practices in all courts
Farm loans made at lowest rates.
Crass & Corbin. Special attention
to probate law. Office over Fft M Bans
UNDERTAKERS
O. G. Hall. Undertaker and Fnner
al Director. Mrs.O.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
Five and ten acre tracts close in.
Puces and terms right. J. S. Mooney
! and 00.
Frank Gulp, M. P. A. T. Fnnmi
M. IX, Griggs Block.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Wallender and McCoy, Physicians
and Surgeons. F'orde block.
GENERAL E LACKSM ITH I NG.
Ross Brothers, Wagon Wors, Rubber
Tires a sneeinlt". Band Sawing.
HELP WANTED--FEMALE
Wanted —Good expeiionced girl for
general housework. Wages one dollar
ocr day. Mrs. J. .1. Griggs.
FOR SALE-WE NATCH EE FRUIT LAND
Eleveu and a half aores—First class
fruit land with water right, all irrigat
ed. Nine acres in orchard. 200 trees
four years old, 50 three years eld, two
acres alfalfa, four room house, out
buildings. Price $4,100, $2,200 cash,
balance on easy terms. Address G. A.
Virtue, Seattle, Wash.
FOR SALE- - FARMS
For saie—l2 acre* of vailev land,
good water 1 ight. all ■ fenced. 5 to 7
acres in alfalfa, balance ail plowed,
close tc bigh school, postoftiee and
stores. Prioe $1100, 1500 cash aud
halance on 5 years time at 8 per cent
inteiest. John S. Mooney and Co.
Choice o acres, 440 trees, best var
ieties, close in, |1360. A bargain.
J. S. Mooney and Co.
$13,500 —4,500 acres tine timber lands
and good pasture, sure to double m
value in a short time. Situated only
10 miles from Wenatchee. Tbare is
enough timber on one section to pay
for the whole tract.
Bousquet and Holm.
$5,000 —20 acres near Cashmere, ali
under water. 50 trees bearing aud
600 young trees, 3 acres in alfelfa,
small house, small barn. Terms.
Bousquet and Holm.
$5000 —69 acres V.niile from high
school, about 20 acres under water
with good right, Over 50 fruit trees.
Bousquet and Holm.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$3500 —14 acres with plenty of water,
all under cultivation. »i acres in 2
year old trees. Situated 3' 2 miles
from Wenatchee aud *4* mile from
school. Terms cash.
Bousquet and Holm.
$2100 —10 acres, t% miles from town,
all good land and under cultivation.
Water right paid in full.
Bousquet and Holm.
$3200 —10 acTPS I' a miles from post
office. 400 trees, house of 4 rooms,
small stable. Terms, cash.
Bousquet & Holm.
FOR SALE-SUBURBAN PROPERTY
Morning Side tracts, low price, easy
terms, water right, olose in. For full
particulars see Walter M. Olive.
FOR RENT--HOUSES
Five room house, rive minutes walk
from P. 0., newly renovated. A. B.
Thompson, opposite Christ! v oharch.
FOR SALE- CITY PROPERTY
New he use and lot 50x120. Nob
Hill, good baru on property Price
9650, $350 cash, balance easy terms.
Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash.
Two lots. Nob Hill, 50 x 120. Price
$275, $150 cash, balance easy terms.
Address box 278, Wenatchee, Wash.
A snap for cash—lot 180 x ISO, all
set to two-year-old trees, four room
house, pantry and bathroom. Good
water right and city water. Small
ham, property in citj limits. Price
9600 if you speak quick. Address box
278, Wenatchee, Wash.
Corner lot, iio x 120. rive blocks
from po'totfice, $250, half cash, bal
ance easy terms. Address box 27>>,
Wenatchee. Wash
A few choice lots on installment
plan. $10 cash $10 a mouth. J. S.
Mooney and 00.
A snap for s.nall nionev—good three
room house, corner lot 00 x 120 house
nearly new., good outbuildings. Price
9625. Cash 9325, balance easy terms.
Address hoy 278, Wenatchee, Wash.
For sale -Five room house, lot 50
by 120 on Wenatchee avenue, :i doors
south of court house, easy terms. Ap
ply to owner on property.
FOR SALE--ACRE TRACTS
FOR SALE CASHMERE PROPERTY
Sitxy acres, forty five acres good
fruit land, 15 acres pood timber 200
hearing apple and peach trees, 180
young frees two years old, 25 acres
alfalfa four milch from Cashmere
rural free delivery, school house on
property, ten room rdastered home,
fine well, large barn. 20 inch water
right under good rlitohiS,<)<>t>. $8,000
cash, balance four years at ewht per
cent Address G A. Virtue, :50<> Boston
block, Seattle, Wash.

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