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The Wenatchee World
Published Dally Except Sunday by the
WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP.
N. ANIENT Editor
C. A. BRIGGS Business Mgr.
Entered es second-class matter at the
Postofflce at Wenatchee,lWashlngton.
Main office--Business and Editorial,
COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING
VV«ii*tchee, Washinotc*.
Farmers Phons 234
SUBSCRIPTION rates:
One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5.00
Six Months, by Mall, In Advanoe, 2.50
Delivered by Carrier, oar week.. - .10
SATURDAY. MAY 26, 1906
DAWN OF AN INTELLECT.
A Free Trade Editor Makes an Im-
porta nt Discovery.
After quoting the following figures,
as estimated and predicted by Willet
& Gray, of our production of sugar,
both domestic and In our noncontigu
ous islands—viz:
Year. Tons. Tear. Tons.
Porto Rico 1898 64,000 1906 210,000
Hawaii 1876 10,000 1906 370.000
Philippines 1901 65,000 1906 125,000
Domestic, beet....1893 12.018 1903 285,000
Domestic, cane....1887 80,858 1906 312,000
the Evening Post says, with wonderful
sapience:
"But there is another aspect of the
prediction quoted. It means that com
petition in this extremely important
food product may now begin inside the
tariff wall."
This is very encouraging. The con
cept that competition within the tariff
wall is possible has never before been
subjected to this clear light of the in
ternal consciousness of any editor-of
that newspaper. When such editor has
a complete grasp of the fact that our
tariff wall so develops production with
in it that competitive sales nt lower
prices are imperative, he will cease be
ing an editor on the staff of the Even
ing Post. He will be a protectionist.
Where the Losi Would Fall.
If tbere is to bt a tariff war between
the United States and Germany we can
sustain it much better than Germany.
It will also serve to force American
trade into other markets which have
hard ly been cultivated by American
products. Compensations are offered
in many directions. German commer
cial houses, manufacturers and work-
Ingmen wili seriously feel the loss of
imports from the United States, and
the deprivation will be reflected upon
the government in German politics.—
New Haven Palladium.
Would Flense England.
Perhaps the free traders will be dis
appointed in their hopes of a tariff war
between this country and Germany
after all. Chancellor yon Bulow stated
in the reichstag that the beginning of
hostilities would occasion the sincerest
rejoicing in England.—Manchester (N.
H.) Union.
Went Too Far.
Mr. Balfour says he believes rather
In tariff retaliation than in protection.
A new convert is apt to go to extremes,
especially after a big licking at the
polls. Mr. Chamberlain took a stand
for protection and was not licked.—St.
Louis Globe-Democrat.
To Hake Tablecloth* Last Loaarer.
When tablecloths are beginning to
get shabby in tbe middle or at the
folds, a few inches cut off at one end
and one side will completely alter tbe
place of all folds and will give the
cloth a new lease of life.
WENATCHEE THEATER
J. E. FERGUSON. Mgr.
CURTISS
COMEDY
COMPANY
TONIGHT
WHAT WOMEN WILL DO"
"THE COLONEL'S
WIFE.'
POPULAR STOCK PRICES
IQc 20c 30c
Seat Sale Pogue's Drug Store
WAS EXPENSIVE
TO ADORN HER LEG
Itnaoa, ST. V., May 2(s.—One of the
autnmobile girl' in "The Earl and t> c
Girl," whioh played there Saturdey
nigut, paid the highest prioe for a
small Cornell banner that has been
recorded in the history ot *he univers-
ity.
The performance Saturday evening
was the last one of the season, and a
crowded house greeted the oomany.
The students clamored tor encores.
The chorus girls, who had been giv
en'a great time all day, entered iuro
the spirit of the fun with more than
their usual vim, and some of them
added stunts that were not on the reg
ular program.
In the hist act one of tbe prettiest
of the automobile girls wound a tiny
sils Cornell flag around her shapely
l»g just low enough to allow a glimpse
when her skirts whirled around in
the dance. At the flag's appearance
the house went into an uproar The
students shouted and yelled applause.
It looked as it the flag had soored a
tiiumph, but when the show was over
the prosaio manager fined the pretty
girl with the beflagged leg $18 ont of
her week's salary.
There is some talk of taking up a
subscription to pay the fine.
Something Else to Do
Some years ago, when the route of
a railroad to Atlantic City w»s being
surveyed and the men were driving
stakes through t>>e premises of an old
farmer, be addressed the leader of the
gang as follows:
"Layin' out another railroad?"
"Surveying for one," was the reply.
"Goin' through my barn?"
" Dont' see how we oan avoid it."
" Wall, now mister," said tne woithy
farmer. "I calkerlate I've got JJsoiue
thiu' tew say 'bout that. I want you
tew understand that I've got sumthin'
else tew dew besides 'runniu' out tew
open and shet them doors every rime
s train wants to go through."—Bost
on Post.
Why he Laghed
Arnold Oaly, the actor, was talking
about George Bernard Shaw.
"Mr. Shaw is a vegetarian," he
said, "and 1 onoe attended a vegetari
an banquet in London at whioh he was
the guest of lienor. The fare wsa ex
cellent.
"Mr. Shaw, or course, had to make
an address, and I well remember one
thing he said. He said that they who
persevered in vegetarianism Boon be
came as font of vegetables as a cettaiu
aged Scot was fona of—was fond of
"fie faltered and said that this Scot
was one day observed to limp painful
ly. A friend stopped him and said:
" ' What! Lame?'
" 'Temporalily,' the Soot replied.
'I went home sober last night and my
faitnful aog griped me by the leg.' "
—Bostou Post.
"Now, then, my dear, said Mr.
Pinks, as he placed the camera in po
sition "oompcse yonrself and let a
pleasant thought pass the
mind."
"Nice time to expect a woman to
have pleasant thoughts, isn't it?" ex
claimed Mrs. Binks. "The boiler's
spruug a leak, the fire gone out, no
firewood, the ooai gone, pump won't
pump a drop, soot in the coffee, oat's
lapped all the milk, baby's got a pain,
the twins to dress for school, music
teacher coming to give Emmelioe her
lesson, washer woman will soon be
bere.
"1 shculd be at the station this
moment to meet mother, have just an
iio-r left to get ready I'm due to de
liver my lectors before the Good
Housekeeper's olubon the subject tf
'How to Run a Kitchen'; yes, it's a
vice time for a pleasant thought to
pass through a woman's mind."
"You get out of this kitchen at
once. The worm will tnrn."
' Bnt you are not a worm, are you :"
Alts. Binks raised riie hoom aud
made a dash at Binks. Click, presto!
Aod it was dona. And the nest day,
when he showed her ttie result of his
amateur photographing Biuke was
only jost iv escape a rolling
pin and a fiat iron a she passed hur
riedly through the door way.—Stray
Stories.
Pointed Paragraphs
If you learn a woman's age she can
not hide her rage.
When a man has real troubles he
keeps them to himself.
Fools sometimes rush in and win
while wise men are investigating.
Aud the owner ot i mole is never
sure that he hasn't a kick coming.
Too many people neglect their plain
duty for something more attractive.
Tne Lord doesn't hblp these who
help themselves to other people's prop
erty
2 Some men and their vci7fs live hap
pily ever after—thauks to the divorce
judge.
Rain Causes Misery at Frisco
San Francisco, May J25. —A heavy
rain and wind storm whioh began last
night at 5 o'clock continned through
out the night. It caused mnch suffer
ing among the thousands of refugees
living in tents and improvised shelters
in the put lie park, Presidio and vaoant
lots. The majority of these unfortu
nates are provided with good tents,
but hundreds are poorly clad and not
protected against the unclement
weather. In addition to the rain and
wiad the oiglit was very oold.
A Joke on Doiliver
Senator Do!liver tells a good stoiy
on himself in an incident which oo
cnried whiile he was making a cam
paign tour of his state. It having
been announced that he was to speak
at a certain county seat, a prisoner in
tbe county jail, who had known Dol
liver in other days wrote a note to the
sheriff and tilrt him how much he de
sired to hear the speech. He mention
ed the acquaintance with Dolliver and
asked permission to go up to the town
square, pledging himself to retnrn as
soon as Dolliver had finished "The
sheriff was a Democrat," Doliiver
says, when he tells the stoiy, "and
as Boon as he received the note he
turned it over and wrote on tho hack
of the p*per: 'Permission granted.
Rest of the seutenoe remitted. ' " —
Leslie's Weekly.
Told in Camp
One night in oamp the President told
us the story of one of his tough riders
who had just written him from some
place io Arizona. The tough riders,
wherever they are row, look to him in
time of trouble. This one had come to
grief in Arizona. He was in jail.
So he wrote th- President, and his let
ter ran something like this:
"Dear Colonel: I am in tronble. I
shot a lady iv the eye, but did not in
tend to hie tne lady; I was shooting at
my wife."
And the presidential laughter rang
out over the treetops. To another
rough rider who was in jail, aooosel
of horse stealing, he hid loaned $200
to pay counsel on his trial, and, to
his surpirse. iv due time the money
came baok. The ex-tough wrote that
his trial never oame off. "We eleoted
our district attorney," and the laught
er again sounded and drownd the noise
of the brooK near by.—John Buroughs,
in the May Atlantic
"NEEDLES AND THREAD ARE
HALF-CLOTHING." —SPANISH
PROVERB.
by the same rule of logio—and it
ia a sound one—an advertising cam
paign is half-store sncoess; to publish
a want ad. is to half fiod wor'.; to
write t><e classiOed ad. is to half-sell
tbe house and lot, 01 the store or shop
or furniture or machinery.
In other words, the method or
means being at hand and available, the
result is already half reachedr—and
this applies with partcnlar f«roe to
want advertising. When you have
ordered the publication of your ad.
in a daily paper you have traveled
about halt tbe distance to your goal,
—and the remaining distance is easily
covered.
Make Your Own Brick
The Peerless Cement Brick Machine
CHEAPEST AND BEST
A simple hand machine averaging 3,000 brick
per day for one nun
Any one can rui <it Now being used on some
pf the largest buildings in the United States.
Send for Catalon and Price
F. L. KINNEY & CO.
LUMBER EX. \ SEATTLE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Classified ads 6 cants a Una each In
sertion, minimum charge 10 cents.
GENERAL I LACKSMITHING.
Rosa Brothers, Wagon Worfc, Robber
Tires a speoialf. Banrl Sawing.
ATTORNEYS
R. W. Gatt*— Practice in Federal
and State Courts. Phone Farmers 245
NDERTAKERS
O. G. Hall, Undertaker aud Funer
al Director. Mrs.O.G. Hall, Lady Asst.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
D. W. King, ofrloe over Wenatcee Drug
00. Fmr's Phone, ofh>e 133, res. 131.
Frank Cnlp, M. D. A. T. Baupp
M. D., Griggs Block.
W. M. McOoy, physician and sur
geon. Elliu-Forde block. X ray work
a specialty.
FOR SALE-Clty Lots
FOUR LOTS—loo feet tioutage in
block nine Great Northern plat for
#850, inqoue of Plihu V. Martin.
FOR SALE-W E NATCH EE FRUIT LAND
6 acre* good frnit land good water
right, 4 1-2 acres in alfalfa 156
fruit trees, 1-4 mile to post office
and school, price $1900, $1400 cash,
$500 on time. A. J. Linville, R F.
D No 1., Farmers phone 553.
7 1-3 aores 12 miles from town, 3
acres bearing orchard 8 year oil
trees 2 aores in one year old trees
balance alfalfa, small house, ber
ries, etc. good water-right, price
1850 per acre, half cash, balance on
easy terms. E. V. Martin.
FOR SALE — ACRE TRACTS
Wenatchee valley frnit ranches large
and small, A. J. Linville, Farmers
phone 553, R. F. D. No. t. o tf
For Sale—acre traots, five and ten
acre tiact close in pi ices and terms
right, J. S. Mooney and 00. tf
FOR SALE—7 7-8 acres in city limits
16000. J S. Mooney and 00.
TAILORS
Nolan and Suhroeder, suits to order.
Ladies and gentlemen's clothing clean
ed, repaired and pressed. Opposite We
natohee Dept' store.
WALLPAPER AND PAINTING
Go to H. W. Russell for wall paoer,
paints and oil, painting paperhanigng
and signs. tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RESULTS—advertise in the
classified columns of the Daily World.
In the Superior oourt of tne State of
Washington, In and for the Cuuuty
of Chelae.
In Probate:
In the marter of the estate of Emi
ly J. Derifield, Deceased.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given tbat the will
of Emily J. Derifield, deceased, has
been filed for probate in the aoove en
titled court, and that Isaao M. Deri
field, lias filed a petition for the issu
ance to him of letters testamentary on
said will; and further that the 2nd
day of June. 1906 has been fixed as
the day for the hearing proof of said
will and considering said application
for the issuance of letters testamentary.
All persons interested ate required
to appear at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m. of said date at the ccurt house, iv
Wenatohee, Chelan County, Wash
ington, and show cause if any they
ba*e in opposition to the proof of said
will and the issuance of said letters.
Witness, tbe Hon. R. S Steiuer,
Judge, ot t ie said-Superior Court, and
the seal of said Court hereunto affixed
this 11th day of May, A. D. 1»0«.
Carl Christensen,
Clerk of said Supeiiotu ourt
seal o t> 2
Get up-to-date job printing at the
Daily Woild office New press, new
type, high <?rade work.
UNION DYE WORKS
Ladies' and gents' clothing cleaned
and dyed, by the French steam pro
cess, then pressed and repaired.
Satisfactory work guaranteed.
Corner Wenatchee Aye. 4. Ist St. N.
Wean tehee, Wash.
Every great man doea things on the
qamt that would make him feel qaite
small if they weie found out.
Arrow Livery
& Transfer Co.
118-20 WENATCHEE
AYE. N.
Columbia and Okanogan
Steamboat Co.
SCHEDULE
Effective on and after April 1, 1906
UP RIVER
Leave Wenatchee daily .... 4:30 a.rr.
" Orondo daily 7:30 a.m,
Entiat daily 7:30 a.m.
" Chelan Falls daily .11 00 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 Falls daily .. 8.00 a.m.
" Eutiat daily 9:30 a.m.
" Orondo daily 10.00a.ru.
Arrive Wenatchee daily .. 12.00 m.
Steamer leaves Wenatohee for
BRIDGPORE Monday, Wednesday
and Friday mornings. Returning
leaves Bridgeport same night.
-\»k for special folders regarding
Okanogan Irrigation projeot and Lake
Chelan County.
T. A. DAVES, Gen. Mgr
ALL KINDS
OF
TEAMING
Well and properly done at most reas
onable prices. Our business is grow
ing rapidly because we try to earn
and more than earn every dollar you
pay us. Ring up.
EAGLE LIVERY &
TRANSFER CO. Inc.
INVESTIGATE
It Costs you Nothing
We carry a full line of gar
den, field and flower seeds,
spray pumps, spraying ma
terial and pruning tools,
(irain and mill feed.
Wenatchee Produce Co.
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.
Good Meat!
Just the kind you want for
your table. Sweet, tender,
juicy. Careful attention
given to all orders, prompt
delivery.
Harlin Meat Co
Two Markets
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
HENRY CRASS A. N. CORBIN
CRASS A CORBIN
Special Attention to Probate Law
Office Over F. A M. Bank
REEVES 4 REEVES
Lawyers
Offices, second floor Wenatchee Drag
Co. bailding.
Phones: P. S. 681; Farmers 223
Wenatchee, Wash. •
IRA THOMAS,
Successor to
DILL A THOMAS
Lawyers
Suite 1 W. T. Rarey &Co s Building
Wenatchee, Waah.
E. F. SPRAGUE
Professional Funeral Director and
Licensed Embalmer
A graduate by years of practical ex
perience
Farmers Phone 223 and 224
P. 8. Phone 21
Wenatchee. Wash

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