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C. L. Holcomb, of Qui icy, is iv the city today. G. W. Hendricks, of Waterville, is in the city today. Walter Newell, of Southside, spent Suudav in >Venatchee. Miss Zelma Reeves is spending the holidays Willi friends in Everett. Dr. Almeda J. McCall, Osteopathic physicim. Offices over Wiester's store. Bousquet and Holm made two sales of real estate this morning before !> o'clock. T. J. Walker, advertising manager of the Ellis-Forde Company, returned this morniug from a few days visit in Seattle. Money, Money. Money to loan on farm, city or chattel security. See Jno. A. GeMatly. D. W. Olmgie bus just arrived iv the city fiom Dayton, Ohio, and has acoepied a msition with th c We natchee Steam Lauud ry. Can loan money on yonr home, your furniture, your stock or any old thing. See Gellatly. John Duff, who was home for Chris tmas, returned today to his work iv Leavenworth. Sam Phipps leaves today for his home in Missouri. He will be gone all winter. Mr. Mitchell, proprietor of the We natchee bakery, left this afternounu for Seattle on a short badness tiip. Mrs. C. E. Morse, who has been very ill for the past ten days, is very much better today. For tent —Two large unfurnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping close in Mrs. James EL McGohan, 404 Crondo Aye. Miss Eiva Stevens, who has been employed for the past few weeks in iier brother's bakery in this city, left Saturdafy for her home in Cashmere where she will remain for seveial weeks. Word was received from Cinwauk um that snow was falling there yes terday at the rate of eight inches an hour. Mrs. Ettie I. Griggs left for Seattle Saturday for a lew days' visit with re latives. If you want to rent a housa see J. S. Mooney and Co. Peck Baker went to Leavenworth yesterday to visit for a few days with friends. Money to loan on good secuitj Amounts from $50 to $1,000. Addess P. O. box 524, Wenatchee, Wash. Miss Ita Messerly entertained the Y. G. I. G. club at tier'-ome last even ing. All the members and a number of their friends were present. The eveniug was spent iv dancing and at ten refreshments were served. Attend the Christmas dance, We natchee theatre Monday night. Tickets |1. L. D. Smith, teacher of the Eagle Creek school near Leavenworth, is spending the holidays in Wenatchee. Miss Emir Misell will leave Monday for Merritf, where she has beerr engag ed as teacher in the public schools. Attend the Christmas dance, Wenat chee theatre Monday night. Tickets 91. Mrs. MoKenzie and Mrs. J. W. Bonar, of the Entiat who have been doing their Christmas shopping in Wenatchee left for their lioau on the Sunday morning boat. Attend the Christinas dance, Wenat chee theatre Monday % night. Tickets |1. T. A. Oannan wlio has been work ing on the sound passed through We natohee yesterday on his way to his homo on the Entiat where he will spend the holidays. W. Dwight MeCauglrey. violinist and teacher of all orchestra and band instruments, mandolin and guitar. Residence 211 Washington street, Farmers phone :51H. Scott Hayden, of Seattle, is in the •city visiting his sister, Mand Hayden, one of the teachers in the public schools. Mr. and Mrs. John McColman, oi Hillynrd Wash, arrived in the city Sttttda? afternoon, are visitiug at the home Of W. E. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stowell, of Cashmere, spent Christmas with friends in Wenatohee. Mr. Mitchell, ol Badger Mocnfain, is iv the cit« today. L. E. DeWitt, of Cashmere, i 3 in the Bity on business to lay. Attorney Hopwell of Waterville, is in the city visiting with vis uucie A. N. Cor bin. B. B. Hopewell, of Stella, Wash, is visiting at the home of his sister. Mrs. A. N. Coitia. P. A. Whitney aud son Sherman, of Cashmere, spenr Christmas with fii-nds in Wenatchee. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Olive spent Christmas with Mr. Olive's father, 11. J Olive in Cashmere. Mr. aud Mrs. John Dill entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crass and Judge Brown at dinner yesterday. Judge W. C. Brown, of Oonconully, who spent Christmas in Wenatchee, left for WatervilL this morning. T. D. Coons, a member of the Great Northern surveying party, which had its headquarters in Wenatchee until recently, arri red in the city Sun day afternoon from Spokane, and is visiting with friends at the Roosevelt hotel. Charley Young, cousin of Clifford Godfrey, left on the noon train for Seattle, wheie he will visit friends daring the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tirus, cf Parke county. Indiana, who Coma here abont three mouths a go to make their home hire, served a turkey dinner Christ mas to their friends from Parke county who hare located in the valley. Mrs. Titus enjoys the reputation of being an excellent cook and she fairly out did herself on this occasion which will long be a memorable one to her many guests. Mrs L. E. DeWitt, who snent Christmas with Miss Josephine Miller, left for her h*bme in Cashmere today. C. B. Reed, the Rock island ranch er, came up on the train today. The members of the debating team which will go to Waterville in the siuing to debate the high school ,team there, will meet with Mis' Case at the Stevens bnilding tomorrow to study the question and make further arrangements for the debate. Miss Emma Bougette, of Spokane, is expected to arrive in the city today for a few days' visit at the home of the Misses Parker. i Scott Hayden, of Seattle, who is ] visiti.iu his sister, Maud Hayden, of ! this city, tell on the ice at Lebeuk : pond yesterday and dislocated bis ! arm at the shoulder. He was ; brought to the city and his injuries i attended to. Today he is reported to be improving as lapidly as could be expected, A number of the young people of ] this city organized a skating party Christmas afternoon and took a trip to ; Lebeok'a pond three miles below We natchee. The party consisted of: Misses Grace Parker. Knowles, Win chell, Edith Milner, Nellie Parker and Messrs. James Parker, B. Lake, B. j Knowles, N. Lake and A. W. Camp. I The ice was in fine c ndition and ! the party returned 10 the city at five i o'clock after a a:ost ei.joyable after |noou., A family reunion whs held yester ray at the home of If. 11. Shot well of this city. Those present Wire: Mr. Snotwell's father and mother, his uncle. Harvey Shotwell, of Seattle, and his two brothers-in-law, Johm-ie Knlbs aud Lawreuoe Code aud their families, of Cashmere. The Wenatchee ochestra yesterday went to Leavenworth, where it fur nished musio for the Fireman's dance given there last night. S. W. Hensel an.i family, of Water ville, spent Chritsmas with Sheiiff Webo, Mrs. Hensel's brother. Mr. Hensel left for Waterville this morning accompanied by his sister, Miss Win nie Hensel, who has been visiting m Wenatohee for several weeks. A. F. Ogle, deputy county surveyor of King co"rty, is in the city re core ring frcm a tecent attack uf typhoid fever. C. K. Battles and wife entertained a numoar of their friends at dinner yastordav. Those present were: Carl Chriitenseu, wife and family, Jay Battles and wife, Mrs.. A. A. Pous rjuet and son, Mrs. Major Battles and Mr. and Mrs. <J. E. Battles. KING OF BELGIUM SECRETLY MARRIED NEW YORK, Dec. i&. —A Paris dis patch to atne Wo/Id, dated today, says: According to the Be veil de Bruges, there can no longer be any doubt about King Leopold's morganatic mar riage. It took place twelve months ago, the paper says, in the private shape]! of the Chateau ci Leaken, near Bins- I sets, in tlie presence of two aides de- • camp and the court chaplain, acting j under the authority of tne Cardinal Archbishop of Mechlin. The lady is Mme. Vaaghan, whose maiden name was Mile. Laccroix. She is a niece ot Vau Laingf ndolek. a so cialist member of the Belgian clumber ol deputies for the town of Louvain. Mme. Vauglian whs horn at Lou vain and is the daughter of a caretak er. She has been created a baroness by the jking, and gavejjt irth to a hue ohild quite recently. The lady livts on the king's proper ty at Ceo Verat, near Nice. The matter is now au open secret Dr. and Mrs. Cameron Entertain Dr. and Mrs. Cameron entertained a number of their friends at their home yes (r ?ny. The following guests were invited to dinner: I)i. McCoy, W. A. Giim shaw, Bert Williams, Robert Kaoeman. In the evening a number of other guests arrived and the company was entetained witii music and aChiistmas tree. Tiiose pießent were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ellis, Mis 3 Dallam, Carrol Weeks, H. R ParahaU, Mrs. Parsball and th c Misses Pars hail. C. P. Sigrist, au attuney of Oro ville, spent several hours yesterday in Weuatcnee visiting with Attorney Sam Sumner. Mr. Sijiiit was a noted football player at Northwestern university for two years and is an rid schoolmate of Mr. Sumner's. He states t'>at everything is Dooming at Oroville and that work on the now railroad which wll connect Oroville with the outside world, is proglasking rapidly. The new bridge across the river at Orovi le has been completed 101 several weeks. Ohas >to il, wbo bar been visiii'g for the past ten says with hu brotlier in-law, Williun veuux, of Seattle retnmod to Wenatofa >c yesterday Jacob Wiaohell haß accepted the position of divi r on P. P. Holcouib's deliver-- wauon. H. Mohler will leavo on the noon train for Blewett to inspect the Paoifio States Telepho c Oompany'a line which iias not been working properly, in that vicinitr. What might have been a serious innaway accident- lost Saturday was nipped iv the mid by S. Schwertz A team which was tied in front of the Wells and jVlorris Hardware (Com pany stoic broke loose, ran onto tiie sidewalk, then turned around and started t) mi. Mr. Schwartz Tabbed thenj by the bits and diverted their mischievous propensities into a harm less attraction for the ciowd of holi day sho in rs. You Pay Your physician to write a Prescription Yon have oonfi ieuce iv his knowl edge. He is anxious that confidence, so it is to his interest to see that The prescription is properly filled. When, consequent ly, he recommends you to eoine here, you will un derstand why. Accuracy is our watchword. Wenatchee Drug Co. S. C McCREADY, Propr. WENATCHEE DEPARTMENT STORE GRIGGS BLOCK All This Week Slaughtered at one-fourth One-third and Cut Glass, Havi- land China, Im- ported china, brie a brae, toys, toilet sets , handbags, Games and Xmas Goods. Don't for- get Valuable Premium Coupons With AM Purchases FREE FREE Farmers and Merchants Bank OF WENATCHEE, WASH. Capital - - $25,000 Surplus - - $2,500 General banking business. Correspondents: Bank of?Callfornla, Seattle Anglo-California bank, San Francisco; Chase National bank, Nsw York. First National bank, Chicago. J. M TOMPKINS, Pres. R. F.LEWIS, V. P. JOHN GODFREY, Cashier Did You Ever Stop to Think That every time you spend a dollar not only that dollar but also the interest on it is gone for all time. Open a savings ac count with a dollar and not only havo it for a rainy day but also the interest. Full information as to our Savings Department given on application in person or by letter. Columbia Vallay Bank The Old Strong Bunk Established 1692 Wenatches, Wash. Do You Know That we can supply you with all kinds of fresh, juicy meats, fresh fish, crabs, clams and eastern j oysters Harlin MeatßCo. LOW FREIGHT RATES TO AND FROM THE EAST Rates quoted upon application. Don't sacrifice roar goods, get oar rates and learn onr oxtaod. THE SEATTLE TRANSFER CO. SEATTLE N. I. NEU BAUER THE GOLD MEDAL At the St. Louis World's Fair was awarded to our Peach Blossom Flour. In competition with the world's best flour we win. Wenatchee Milling Co. P" P> P" P" PACKAGE OF GIANT I ULL MIGNONETTE S**lt Pre* to everyone writing; for our large CatKlogu* of SEEDS, SHRUBS AND TREES Writ* today Pacific Seed & Floral Co. Seattle, - - Wash.