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more people in the Wenatchee Valley than any other paper,and reaches them every day. WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME 2.-NO. 107. GODFREY WINS OVER CARL CHRISTENSEN Election Retnrns Show Victory for Al most Entire Republican Ticket in Cnelan County—Spencer High f.'an. Returns from all the rmiig nre ciders ia Chelan county with tne ex ception of Lake Wenatchee and Ste hesin, whinh have not lieeu heard from op to a late hour tl is alien dor, indicate the eleerion of all republicans on tfie county tiaket with the excep tion of Carl Phrfstensen for auditor and E. E Stoweli for sheriff. Mr uolfrey's eleerion to the office of auditor is conceded, iiut until com plete retunifl ar? in from ail precincts it will not ha known woo bus been eleoted sheriff. As it now stands .Tohn Godfrey I as a majority of 35 user Mr. Chi is ten sen and It. P. Wetb hns a major ity of in over nis republican opponent Mr Webb's majority will be cut drwn at Like Weoatehee bat whe her enough to defeat lii v 3 auuot he deter mined In the whole oounty there was a total a 1539 votes cast, oat of about 2000 registratiuns, showing that a much greater interest wis taken in the election thau had been anticipated In Wenatcnee precinot all but abou f 25 of tbe registered voters oast their ballots yesterday Th* returns show that ticket? were badly scratched by both parties the majorities running from 62 for J Leigh Campbell *to 398, that received by M P Spencer J J King for represen tative reoeived a majority of 171 Henry Crass for proseonting attorney reoeived of 230 over W. O. Parr , C. E. Battles for traasnrer re ceived a mijoritv of 236 votes over Geo. Lessenger E. C. Bowersox re oe'ved a majori'y of 68 over Miss Jacobs la (he fight for the office of superintendent. Present returns indi cate that Mr. Godfrey's nnjoiity will be about 25. In the thtee Wenatohee precinots Wenatohee, West Wenatohee and Col lnmbia the fight for state representa tive was remukably close, J. J. Xi ig getting 21 votes 1-ss than Conrad Rose In all ether precincts Mr. King ran well ahead of Mr. Rose. The largest majority that any Demootnt received in the three Wenatchee pter.ii.cte was 157, given Mr. Godfrey J. H. Mo- Gohau was next with a majority of 138 Henry Crass republican, received a majority of 24 votes in tbe three Wenatchee precincts. The members of tne winning ticket are as follows: J. J King, representative. John Godfrey, ant itor. $4,000 Nearly 2 acres 5 Blocks from Post Office Dwelling Worth $2000 Barn Worth $500 Half cash $650 Fine Lot on Nob Hill Half cash I have other good offers L. V. Wells Real Est at a A Insurance. C. E. Hunks, treaanrer. Henry Grass, attorney. J Leigh Campbell, Cleik. M. P. Spencer, assessor. 1. A. Navarrd, surveyor. Lrr H A Saonders, coroner W A|Sauders Jr.feph Darnell and II V? Sheriff, not de^idea STEAMER PRINGLE WILL BE RAISED Manager T A Davies of the C and ] O Steamboat oompaay states that be j believes the work of raisnia the steam- j er Pringle whiob sunk in the Eutiai. rapids a few weeks ago. will be en tirely succossfnl and that the boat will be placed in oommissio a again, j The work of taking off the cargo was 1 completed some time ngo, a boot ono fourth of the cargo of 4800 sr.cbs ot wheat having been taken off The ■ rtst fell into tne river and was lest. Diveii who have been smf down at the scene of the wie?k have found j that tiia principal damage dene the j | boot is a large hole bruken in rlie i stern Tlie forward unit of toe boll is, j durnaped very slightly. la a fpw ! da) s, as soan aa more men can De ] secured, the work of raising the Prions will ba resumed aud it is be lieved that she will be floated within a couple of weeks. James Geary who has been s-lliog stook in the Hearst Aatrmatio Switch ccmpaDy at Put,U. .returned to Wen atohee yesterday afternoon and will be here for a few days looking alter business interests HUGHES WINS OVER HEARST New York, Nov 7. — According to returns leoeived np to an early bonr this morning, Chailes E lingh»s, re publican oandidate for governor, has been eleoted by 50,000 or more plur ality. Outside of Greater New Yore, with 160 election distriots missing, Mr. Hughes had a plurality of about 124,000. Id Greater New York, with 69 election distriots missing, William Randolph Hearst, the democratic and Independence league candidate had a plurality ot 75,036. Mr. Hearst car ried all the boroughs of the Greater oity, despite the faot that the early returns seemed to indicate that re had most of Brooklyn. Arrange Dates for Lecture Course. Following aie the nambers and the dates for the Wenatohee Leotnre ccnrs9. Slayton Jubilee Singers, *Nov. 14. Seno Welborne, Deo. 10. Jacob Riis, Jan. 83. Maro, Magioian, Feb. 19. Edmuna Vanoe Cooae, .March. Senator LaPoletre who was to have appearbd on last year's lecture but who was detained oo aocount of pres sure of pnblio affairs, will be here on Nov. *0, and all tickets to last- years course will be honored at that time. The management this year has been very successful in securing for the people of Wenatchee a oourse of en tertainments which are some of the best obtainable. Not a single number will be poor. Tbey will not only be entertaining but instructive. The gprioe for the tickets this year has again been placed at the exceed ingly low price of $1.50 with oO cents extra for reserved seats, for tne entire course. He is a wise man who either speaks the truth or says nothing Stop "touching" friends for money —an ad. will secure a loan, on ohattel or land, from a strange r. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1906 REPUBLICANS WIN IN WASHINGTON G. 0. P. Ahead in State and Most cf County Tickets—Complete Re turns Returns Not Yet in. Washington vtate Ins (riven the re pofliaao. congressional End supreme j court ticket a f'andsou>9 majority, j Thii is beyond but any rttempr Ito pive 'detailed figures at this boar j would be goerswotk. The majority ! mar run up to more than 80,000 j Raiu on tlie West Fide and tiie same weather or» tlie J a-t side interfered greatly wi f n gathering rt-tar?i3. Tele -1 phone ana * telegraph wi*es ii some parte ef the -tare were tally disturb fd The legislatoe will be again overwhelmingly republican, but ea rhe r e are donbtfal results in sores of districts on the Eist Side, any figures |on the legislatnie woulri be merely .surmising. Follow r'g are the re ports from mast (;f rhe East Siie coun ties and n few fragmentary reports from che Wist side oionties: Seattle wiies that all i idionrions ! point 11 an overwhelmingly republi can victory ia the state ot Washington. W. E. Jones Humpliery, Wesley L Jones and Fraueis W. Cushman, con gressman at large, all republicans will be returned. Hocse and senate will be strong republican. Governor is not elected in Washington at 't'us election. Republican legislative candidates were elected in Snohomish, Kitsap, Chehalis"„ Cowlitz, Thurston and Mason counties, also Pierce county, with the possible exception of Metealf for senate; also ia Eiag county with the possible exceptions of Lyons and Williams for the senate. Walace Mount and Ralph O. Dan bar, republicans, were elected for six years and Herman D. Crow and Milo Root, both republicans, for two years William K. Humphrey, Wesley L. Jones and Francis W. Cash man repub lioan congressman at large, were re turned. Republican legislative candidates were elected in Whatcom , Skagit, and Lewis counties, ami an independ ent ia San Jnun county. Lister, riem oorat, is elected in the Twenty sixth senatoiial distrcit. BANK ROBBERS SECURE $7000 Ottawa, HI , Nov. fi —The two robbers who secured $7000 from the Farmers and Miners' bank at Ladd made their escape last night alter an exciting chase of 40 miles and after numerous battles with farmers who attempted to interoept tbem. After holding np the bank, the robbers drove to Pern and at tne point of a revolver compelled the liveryman to farms)) another rig. The robbers drove through four townships with police armed with rifles in close pursuit. In Wallace townstiip a lively ex change of shots took place, but tbe robbers secure .1 a new team ana escap ed to Sheridan, where they abandoned the horses and caught a train for Chi cago. Will Enlarge Jewelry Store. The room formerly ocoopied by Johnson's barber snop, which has moved in'the basement ot the Rosen berg block, will become a part of O. D. Johnson's jewelry store. Mr. Jobnson owns the bnilding aud will have a new plate glass front pot in within] a few days. His business ie growing at such a rate that his present quarters are too small. Panoramic View of Wenatchee The Wenatohee Canal Company ->rt I have gotten out a folder conta>n : nn the finest panoramic picture of the Wenatchee Vaiiey yet published. If you win call at my office you can get some of these, free, to mail to your friends. ARTHUR GUNN Real Estate and Financial Agent - - - Wenatchee TEN ACRES All set to Fruit Trees HOUSE AND BARN GOOD WATER RIGHT 1 1-2 Miles to P. O. Good Location For a Fe*v Days Only $5750.00 DEPARTMENT STORE NEW BOWER BLOCK - WENATCHEE Ladies' Shoes Here is a shoe made of vici kid and box calf, blutchercut or reg ular lace, high Cuban or common sense heel, patent tip and either light flexible or extension soles, made to sell at $3.00; our special price per pair $2 60 Girls' Shoes $1.39 Girls' shoes in either box calf or vici kid. low city heel and good weight soles, worth regu larly $1.60 and $1.75; go during this sale at, per pair $1.39 Men's Wool Socks 25c This is one of the very best snaps of the season. Can] give these to you in either light weisht or extra heavy, all wool: worth 35c and 40c; sale price. 25c Little Giant Stockings for boys and girls. Little Giant Stockings for boyslj'and girls have no equal for good hard service. If you have never had them try a pair. Special price— 15c, 20, 25c Men's Corduroy Caps 50c Good warm corduroy caps with extra large lugs. Just what you need for these cool mornings. Special sale price 50s Boys' Caps 40c Extra good warm caps, made to stand the hard knocks that boys give them. Special price, each 40c Men's Flannelette Shirts, 69c Just what you want for this season of the year. They cling close to the body and keep you good and warm; worth a whole lot more, but all we ask is .. .69c FIVE CENTS PER COPY. Warm Underwear For the Whole Family UNION SUITS FOR WOMEN Union Suits are hygienic and perfect fitting. The Fashion-cut for ladies fits the body perfectly. A dainty garment: it's under wear for gentlewomen. Women's Union Suits, good quality, dainty workmanship, open down the front: in white and gray, $1.00 values at 75e Union Suits for misses, heavy fleeced gray union suits, well fin ished, 75c values at 60c Children's fleece lined under wear at, per garment 35c and 40c Ladies' fleece-lined vests and pants, in white or gray, good heavy quality, value 65c, sale price 49e Boys' tleece-lined underwear, shirts and drawers in extra good wearing quality, regular 50c grade now 40c Men's rl n ece-lined shirts and drawers, the kind that are com fortable in cold weather. They sell regularly at 65c, our price only 49c Men's exira heavy rleece.lined shirts and drawers; Toe values now going at 59c Comforts $1.50 Comforts, $1.19 Silkoline comforts in effective floral stripes, in dark rich colors, extra good cotton filling: size 70 --xBO inches. $1.75 Comforts, $1.39 Silkoline covered comforts, large sizes, both sides alike, fine quilted $1.25 Comforts, 35c Comforts in pretty lloral de signs. Filled with good white cotton: measures 6fix72 inches. Sheet Blankets $1.75 Sheet Blankets $1.39 Extra large size, soft fleecy gray, with borders iv red and blue—nothing belter for so small a price. $2 Sheet Blankets, $1.75 These are unusually large sized blankets, measuring 11-4 and_are very soft and fleecy.