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City News in Brief Buy jour candy at the reafing'tnor Bes* hemomada bread at Vent. • c Cafe For dealing felt go to Rasset 1; abed to hanjipspei ou. Money to ioan on farm ianas or chapels. John A. Gellarlv. A ne<*- and complete hue of sun dries. Wenatchee Drug Co tf Bay your candy at the reading roctn plenty of new oandy. jnst in. Short orders are our specialty. Any time of the day or night. Ven dome Cafe. Jror a lonn on wheat Isnd cr fro it land ranch regardless of size or age— See J. S. Moouey and Co. Buy your boy or girl a Brownie Kodak for $2 at Berger's, 30% We natchee avenue. All the latest books at Berger's. 00% Wenatchee avenue. Ralph Conner's book "The Doctor" at Berger's. 20% Wenatchee aye. Buy your boy or girl a Brownie Kodak for $2 at Berger's, 30 % We natchee avenue. Varnish for floors fre; samples of chi namel at Rosscir&. We maue a specialty cf cl ili concat. ne at niirhtß. Vendorae Cafe A guaranteed cure for coughs and colds Red ('toss mentholated syrup of white pine tar. Red Cross Phar macy. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, lfotT at Russell's. 1 will trade the following for a $2r>oo Wenatchee property: 160 A. good land, miles from county seat, fair buildings, good water, tin A. cul tivated, 30 a. fenced, balance will cut from 4t) to GO tons good hay. School and telephone. Address the owner, Box 24, Towner, N. D. 12-29 Pyrography outfits, music rolls, card cases, hand bags, purses and children's games, at Berger's. 30% Wenatchee avenue. For Sale—S. C. Black Minorcas. 1 have a few choice cockerels and pullets, also a few yearling hens, that 1 will seil cpeap to make room. C. E. Buttles, at Courthouse. Wanted to rent —Small three-room house. Close iv. Apply World office, spending Christmas with friends in < >regon. Mrs. V. P. Stewart of Winnipeg, Manitoba, is a new arrival in the city and is a guest at the Great Northern. Mr. and Mrs. it. W. Starr of Wat erville returned this morning from Mr. Wood, father of Grant Wood of the High School, returned from a visit with friends at Seattle on the afternoon train yesterday. Will Jones of Butch Flat returned on the train this morning from a trip to Spokane and Newport. Wash., where he went to spend Christmas with l is sister. Mrs. Ephraim Shull. D. P. Wl »eler, principal of the B-e< "! ' d. '••tuvn.ed this morning Horn Vnlean, where he went to spend Christmas with his family on his homestead a f that place. Miss Pearl Mills came down from her home at Cashmere yesterday on the afternoon train for a short visit with friends at this place. HELP! We must have help 10 reduce our New Line ot Goods Our shelves'are jvercrowded'with a most complete lineyoi pharmaceu- Wenatchee lDrug Company S. G. McC READY, Prop. The question of beauty Satisfactorily ! explained. Beaut* Parlors, Room 0, j Rosenberg building. For sale—Best of builuinj? nnnd Enquire of Ed. une mile South of Wemitchee Facial massage, treatment of dand ruff and falling hair. Mrs. J. E. 1 Mills, Room 6 Rosenberg block. Go to Bixler's new studio, where j you will get fine photos that pleased everybody. First street North. For Rent- Two nice rooms fur- ! nished for light housekeeping, with use of bath. Apply P. O. Box 231. j SPECIAL NOTICE—For the Ix3• -efit of those working until 10 p. m. the skating rink will remain open until 11:30 p. m. Music till 11. Boarders and roomers wanted at 211 Washington street. . One horse impounded; hay with hald face, right front leg once brok en. Pay costs. Apply City Marshal. For artist's colors and brushes go to Russell. Wanted—Position as housekeeper in family, by elderly experienced Scandanavian lady. P. O. Box 536. Furnish.cd room for rent, gentle man preferred: Will give breakfast. 220 D street north. c-12-31 F. V. Higgins came up from Quincy yesterday afternoon on a short busi ness trip. John Lilly, son-in-law of J. M. Tompkins, who.se death occurred re cently in Seattle, came down on the morning train from Cashmere on a snort trip. A roUer skating party was given at the Wenatchee rink last evening by a number of young people of the High School and city. About 18 couples enjoyed themselves from 10 till 12. as they had that time re served for their party. Guy C. Browne returned yester day afternoon from Spokane, where he went on Wednesday morning on business. William Greger of Slate Creek, Wash., arrived on the noon train yesterday and is spending a few days here. S. B. Russell came down from his home at Lakeside on the boat yester day on a business trip. .Mrs. .J. Alex Switzer and son Willie and Mrs. H. P. Switzer returned on the boat yesterday from Chelan after attending the Switzer family reunion on t arlstmas day. The regular meeting of the Knights of the Maccabees will be held at the Power hall this evening. All the members are requested to be present as the installation of of ficers will be held. Mrs. Homer Evans returned on Thursday afternoon from Cashmere after spending Christmas at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. E. Dia mond at that place. 1 he regular meeting of the A. O. I.W. lodge was held last night at the Bower hall and the routine busi ness transacted. The officers for the year of 1907 were elected two weeks ago and will be installed on the first meeting in January. Ferguson and Son have recently completed the work of installing hot Wenatchee Theater Starting Monday Night DECEMBER 31st for one week Frank H, Daniels Go. in Repertoire Opening Rill SHERLOCK HOLMES or a STUDY I X SCAR h KT SPECIAL SCENERY GOOD SPECIALTIES PRICKS—SjS<>3S-50 cents. Children in gallery 15c. Seats now on sale at McCREADY S DRUG STORE. Our train has arrived, our goods are here. The celebrated i Packard nana painted China. Cut glass of the finest makes, at right prices. All the new things in jewelry, etc Howard Thomas Graduate of the Philadelphia Optical College. air furnaces in the modern resi dences of H. Fobes, C. C. Griggs and J. J. Griggs in this city. M. O. Tib bits has also installed a hot air heat ing plant in his new residence on King street. Presbyterian Church Services. Presbyterian church, Sunday, Dec. 80th, 1906. 9:45 a. m.—Sunday school and bible class. 1 1 a. m.—Morning worship. Ser mon by the pastor. 3 p. m.—Sunday school at White school bouse. 6:30 p. m.—Young People's Ser vice, subject, "New Year's Resolu tions." 7:30 p. m.—Prayer service. Short. New Year's address by pastor. Theme, "How Old Art Thou?" Special Music. All Welcome. AT THE THEATER. The Frank H. Daniels Co., will open a week's engagement at the Wenatchee Theater .Monday night. Decernbzer 31st. This company from all reports is a first-class one and carry their own scenery to mount their plays. Among the plays in their repor toire are " Sherlock Holmes, or a Study in Scarlet." "Michael St logoff." "Jim the Penman," David Harum," Kip Van Winkle," and many others. Monday night the intensely inter esting detective play from Conon Doyle's hook "Sherlock Holmes or a Study in Scarlet" will be presented. New Cafe is Opened. The formai opening of the new Chewawa cafe at the corner of We natchee avenue and Palouse street, took place Wednesday. The new establishment is conducted by Aus tin & Co., who came here recently from Leavenworth, where they have been in the restaurant business for some time. The new cafe is hand somely and modernly fitted and is decidedly better than any cafe ever conducted in this city before. Mr. Austin and his wife are both exper ienced caterers. Before locating in "Leavenworth they had conducted res taurants for a number of years in Butte. Montana. About lOn people took dinner at the cafe on the open ing day. To Educational Coiiveiitiaon. \V. L. Harrington, instructor in science in the Waterville High School and Suet. Alfred L. Brown of the Wenatchee public schools returned this morning from Bellingham, where they went the first of the week to attend the meeting of the Wash ington Educational association. Miss Adelaide Francis of Waterville, who also atended the convention, re mained in Seattle, where she will vis it with her sister. Miss Etta Francis at the State university. County Sup erintendent-elect E. C. Bowersox also returned this morning* from attend ing the convention at Bellingham. Wants XeiMocs Discharged. j WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.—Con i gresswill be urged to rid the army of 'all negro soldiers the next time the consideration of the Brownsville af fair arises. Many army officers and mambers of congress are planning FARMERS and MERCHANTS BANK Of Wenatchee Capital $50,000 COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK Capital $100,000 Established 1892 Wenatchee, Wash. The Old Strong Bank FAIR GROUNDS To be placed on the market Wednesday, January 2, 1907. Three-Quarter Acre Tracts with Water Right. For Sale by all local REAL ESTATE FIRMS POLITE SKATING at Wenatchee's Skating Rink ADMISSION, 10c. SKATES, 25c. SPECIAL XGTM *E—Skating Wu Pear's Afternoon. No Skating Xcw Pear's Night. Dancing by Special Request. the movement. The four regiments toi be effected are the Ninth and Tenth car airy and the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth infantry. The attack upon Captain Macklin, the assault of Mrs. Clifford in Okla noma, riots at Fort Leavenworth, all by negro soldiers, has increased the agitation against the black troopers. The negroes have been good fight ers against the Indians. Spanish and Filipinos, hut the records during peace are filled with stories of brawls, street fights, efforts to "shoot up" towns and as a result the war de partment finds it difficult to station the negro troops when not in active service. No community wants them near. Protests arise as soon as it is rum ored that negro troops are to he sta tioned at any post. The same thing occurs in the Philippines, the citizens quartered near them. Representative Slayden of Texas immediately after the holidays will presenl a resolution providing tor the discharge of all negro troops. BAILUOtD MAGNATE DEAD Exposures of Graft Hastened Death of Alexander .1. t'assatf of Penn sylvania Read. PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 28.—Pres ident A. J. Cassett of the Pennsyl vania railroad died bare this atter noon. The exposures of graft in his railway system undoubtedly hasten ed nis end. President Cassett caught whooping cough visiting his grandchildren. He had been sick for some time, and was suddenly affected with heart trouble this afternoon. Alexander Johnson Cassatt has been regarded for years as one of I the foremost railway men in the i won and he built up the Pennsyl | vania Railway system until it stands second to none in existence. He was born in Pittsburg, December 8, istlti. : and was educated at the University !of Heidelberg and the Reneeseteer Polytechnical Institute. He married Lois Buchanan, niece of James Bu chanan, fifteenth president of the I United States. He was engaged in lo ieating a railway in Georgia in IS6O. land in the year following entered the I service of the Pennsylvania Railway [as a rod man in the engineering corps. By 18457 he was superintendent of j the motive power of the Pennsyl vania system, and was general super intendent of the company the next year. In ISM> he was first-vice pres ident of the Pennsylvania lines, and became president in I^'.'. Barbers Adopt Xew Scale. We the undersigned barbers of ' Wenatchee agree to adopt the follow ing scale of prices on and after Jan | nary 1, 1 '.to? : >■ Hair cutting f 3."> Children's hair cutting 3~> | Whiskers trimmed 2T. Plain shampoo 25 Lemon Of ' .-liampoo 50 : Singeing 25 !Shave 15 j Massage . . 35 Electric massage 50 j Tonic 10 ! Shave, neck shave and tonic 25 Neck shave OS ' Ua/.ors honed, each blade 50 | Buth 25 Signed, W. E. JOHNSON", -MILLS & GREGORY, W. WATSON, C. V. IiILE.