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City in Brief Valentines at the Crescent, c-2-9 Money to loan on farm lands or chattels. John A. Gellatly. For a loan on wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age —*cc J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property to sell list It with the "Red Apple Real Estate Go. The best the market affords can • lways be found at. the Vendome. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, 1907 at Russell's. For artist's colors and brushes go to Russell. * If you nee.d meats, salads, pastry er bread for lunch call at the Ven dorae Cafe. If you have a house to rent make It known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. You can make from $2 to $4 a day taking subscriptions for us. You re ceive 30 cents for each American Magazine aad 40 cents for Every body's. The Crescent. FOR SALE —One car load of work horses, well broke. J. P. Mayer, 507 South First street. North Yakima. I have a number of inquiries from eastern buyers for wheat lands. If you have a wheat ranch to sell come in and list it. D. Gensinger, Room 10, Rosenborg building. Second Grand Masquerade on roll er skates, Friday, February 8. Three prizes now on exhibition at Howard Thomas' jewelry store. FOR SALE —Jersey cow. Apply J # B. Olinger, Farmers warehouse, c-2-7 FOR RENT—B furnished rooms. 615 Orondo avenue. tf I have moved my beauty parlors ta my residence, 118 North Mission St. where I am prepared to do all work in my line except shampooing. Hours. 2 to 5 or by appointment. MRS. J. E. MILLS. Those who purchased tickets to the Itlis lecture may have their money back by taking tickets to McCready's drug store. LOST —A plaid silk ribbon belt with silver buckle. Finder please leave at World office. Those who purchased tickets to the Rlis lecture may have their money back by takiag tickets ta McCready's drug store. Read the "Malefactor," the great book of 19»7. The Crescent circulat- Ing library. e-2-a Good meats, prompt service, cour teous treatment, always our motto, little &. Wetsel market. A. W. Baroiw Is convalescing from aa attack of la grippe. W. T. Davis came over from his home at Snohomish on Sunday on a short trip. Miss Hstella Garton of the High School ia unable to be at school on account of illness. G. R. Wilson Is confined to his home on Okanogan avenue with an attack of la grippe. Mrs. Clark Cox will entertain the tidies Aid of the Baptist church and the ladie sof the congregation at her bomb on A street next Wednesday afteraooa. » We have with us for a few days two representative business men from the famous corn belt of the Middle West, Mr. John Baker of Findlay. Ohio, and Mr. J. W. George of McComb, Ohio. These gentlemen r.re visiting the principal cities and towns of the state with the view of selecting a permanent location. From Wenatchee they wil Igo to Seattle, visiting the coast cities and towns. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE E. V. Martin sells real estate on a straight 5 per cent commission, no more and no less. When yon buy from bim you know just what you are doing. Look over this list and see if there is not something here that you want. Four lots one block from city nark, nice and Wei, city water. Frice $300.00 each. Easy terms. 3-room taonse, good barn, and one lot, Vz block from Methodist church. Price, $800.00. Easy terms. 4-room new bouse and lot r>ox*2" and out. Price $1600.00. Easy tanas: I*4 acres all in bearing orchard, sood house, nice location, only mile from Wenatchee. Price $3000. £2,000 cash, balance two years bt 8 per cent. E. V. MARTIN. Joe McDonnell of Alma was a visi tor to the city Sunday. John, Gritsch and Andrew Glazer were down from Waterville on Sun day. When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsel. D. M. Fraser of Waterville was a visitor to the city on Sunday. White Leghorn Cockerels for sale —Al strain, $1.00 up, eggs, per set ting of 15, Ist pen, $2.50; 2nd pen, $1.50. A. A. Bousquet, Farmers phone 42 aud SOS. Mrs. Eggiman Entertains. Mrs. C. F. Eggiman entertained very pleasantly last evening at her home in this city in hojior Q f Misses Alpha and Edith McWhirter, who leave this week for Seattle where they will reside. A very pleasant oaenjng was spent flinch and pit be ing the chief diversions of the even ing. Mrs. Lumsden and Mrs. W. J. Kruger rendered several guitar se lections. The invited guests were Misses Bessie Fisher, Winchell, Edith and Malinda Odell, Nora Mc- Clure, Robertson, Goodwin", and Mes dames W. J. Kruger, W. C. Stacey, Lumsden and 11. E. Grey. TRIP TO DAKOTA Rev. Peters Will Make Trip to the East to Secure Dunkard Set tlers for the Valley. Rev. A mo? B. Peters of Sunnyslope Farms, is in the city today trans acting business. Mr. Peters stated to. a reported for the Daily World that he intends to leave during next week for an extended trip through the Dakotas, if the condition of the railroads and his own health will per mit. Mr. Peters is well known through the greater part of Dakota, having traveled extensiveyl in those states since first coming to the We natchee valley, getting* together par ties of emigrants. In this he has been highly successful and is now contem plating bringing back a large number of Dakota farmers, who will settle in this valley and in the new East Wenatchee lands. Mr. Peters will visit Minot, Cando, Bismark, Grand Forks, Jamestown, and ;|! Ithe im portant cities in the state and will probably be gone for "hree months. He will take with him a large trunk filled with literature descriptive of this valley and surrounding country and intends to do extensive adver tising. Sneezed and Broke His Rib WAUKEGAN, 111., Feb. 5.— Phillip Strobbe, a teamster, sneezed so navd he cracked a rib, and last night it pained him so he called in a doctor. He Is not sure the sneeze cracked the rib, bat thinks it must have had something to do with 'the In jury. After the sneeze he felt the pain for the first time, and when it kept up a doctor found whet was wrong. For Good Roads. WASHINGTON, Feb. s.—Plans of co-operation in the improvement of roads recently authorized by Postmaster General Cortelyou and Secretary Wilson are developing sat isfactorily. Reports received by the postoffice department from many states indi cate immediate needs for sympathe tic working of the roads. The particular object of the post office department in co-opernt ing thus is to facilitate delivery of mail on rural routes. THE Yen dome Cafe under a new management is now serving the Best 25-Cent Meal in Wenatchee DELICATESSEN AND BAKERY in connection. Basket lunches put up at reasonable prices. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. A Splitting Headache Often comes from overwork and often still from eye-strain. . Nine tenths of headaches are caused by eye-strain and can only be relieved by accurately fitted glasses. Consul tation and examination free. Howard Thomas Scientific Optician. Graduate of the Philadelphia jOptl cal*€ollege. HAS EXCITING VOYAGE Ship Strikes Mammoth Whale and Runs Down a Water Spout All iv One Voyage. NEW YORK, Feb. 5.—A tussle with a huge wataerspout and the running down of a mammoth whale were two incidents of the passage of the Belgian steamship St. An drew, which arrived today from Ant wept. Wednesday morning a terrific jar caused everybody on board to run up on deck. The St. Andrew bad fouled a huge whale, and the sea could be seen streaked with blood. On the water's surface floated the huge carcass. The whale had been cut almost in half, but in its dying struggles so lashed the stern of the liner that one of tho propeller blades was later found bent and twisted under the great blows. W hale's Head Pickled. For an hour the ship's crew labor ed at cutting off the head of the whale, which was between eighty and ninety feet in length. The head was hoisted on deck, pickled, and brought to this port today. It will be presented to the Museum of' Na tural History. At 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the same day Chief Officer William B. Spicer sighted from the bridge a great waterspout three ships length off the starboard bow. The spout was, according to Mr. Spicer and Captain Fitzgerald, fully 1,000 feet in circumference at the base and fully a mile in circumference at its apex, which reached up into the clouds. Cannon Shot Breaks Waterspout. Captain Fitzgerald hastily ordered the mounting of the six pounder, and as soon as the gun was fixed on the bridge shots were fired into the rpout, which was rapidly moving to ward the St. Andrew. Nearer and nearer came the spout, until a third shot was fired at the huge column of water took effect and the mam moth water pile crumbled a shape less mass into the sea. Captain Fitz gerald said that if the waterspout had struck the St. Andrew there would have been nothing left of the steamship. Car Shortage Canses Ice Famine. LA CROSSE, \Vi3., Feb. s.—The car shortage is causing a famine in ice, which promises to have a ser ious effect over a large section of country next summer. On the Miss issippi river, between La Crosse and Lake Peppin, millions of tons of ice are hatvested each winter to supply half a dozen Northwestern and mid & eltsaetscmfwpyrrm Eo asiSCC die states. This year the dealers are unable jto get cars, and as there are no facil ities for storing on the ground, the ('harvesting of ice for shipment has j stopped. Dealers in La Crosse and i other Mississippi points predict that J this wil lmean an ice famine of ser ious consequences next summer.- The matter witl be called to the attention of the interstate f-oamercf commission. President May Appoint a Negro. i WASHINGTON. Feb. s.—Tt was | admitted at the White House today | that the president has under con sideration the name of Ralph Tyier, ; a negro, of Columbus. Ohio, for the .position of surveyor of customs at 11 Cincinnati. It was stated that up j! to this time no decision had been 11 reached. COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK Capital $100,000 Established 1892 The Old Strong Bank BARGAIN SALE OF FICTION Fifty volumes of late popular fiction, including such authors as Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth, Bertha M. Clay, Opie Read, Horatio Alger, Mary J. Holmes, Augusta J. Evans, Sylvanus Cobb, jr., Charles Dickens and others. Fifty 4 Volumes g\^Each POStOFFICE STORE All the Magazines and Maty Newspapers. Roller Skate Masquerade FRIDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 8, 7:30 to 11. Something Doing Ever Minute—Music by Crollard's Unmask at 9:15 o'clock—3 Prizes Awarded. Spectators. 25c. Skaters, 35e. PRESIDENT OW NS STOCK Roosevelt Holds $10,000 Worth of Bonds in Minnesota Railroad —Wall Street Interested. NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Wall street was interested in learning today that Theodore Roosevelt, president of the United States, is the registered hold er of $10,000 of the 6 per cent bonds Of the Dakota extension of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba rail road, whose/charter is now being at tacked by Attorney General Young of Minnesota. President Roosevelt, it seems, has been the owner of these bonds since 1881, when they were purchased for him by his uncle, James Roosevelt. They were bought somewhere in the neighborhood of 106. Since that time they have been sold up to 122, and are now selling in the neighborkood of 107, although the bonds have al most run to maturity. Bowman and Garton in Partnership L. H. Bowman, of the Bowman Realty company, left Pateros today traveling via Brewster. Mr. Bowman will meet Marion Garton, the We natchee cattle buyer, with whom he has entered partnership for the Im portation of dairy cows, at Pateros. Mr. Garton has just returned from Oregon, where he has contracted fer 125 first grade dairy cows for ship ment to the Methow. It has been found that this unmber will not near ly satisfy the demand of ranchers in the valley, and Messrs. Bowman and Garton will arrange for the bringing in of further heards as they may be required. Mr. Bowman will return to Twisp in a f?w days. TWISP, Wash., Feb. a. —A cream ery is to be established at Carlton, the new townsite on the Dillard ranch, ten miles below on the Methow river. Farmers in the vicinity of Carlton and in the Texas creek valley are be hind the project and preparations are being made to commence the building at an early date. It is the intention of the promoters to procure the most modern plant, and it is probable that the purchase and installation of machinery will paleed in the handes of .1. M. Tuttie, who was the instigator of ihe Enum claw creamery, possessing one of the best, equipped plants in the Sound district, and who bad a largo and *uc cessfu 1 experience with that concern. A large quantity of ice is being put up for the needs of the creamery, and it is expected the plant will be in op eration in the early spring. * Wenatchee, Wash. Cigars and Tobacco. All the best and popular Kinds CUT DOWN SUPPLY Glass Trust Will Curtail Production of Product in Order to Keep the Price Up. PITTSBURG, Feb. s.—At a meet ing held here of the National Brok erage company, representing all the independent window glass manufac turers of the country, it was unan imously agreed to curtail the pro duction. Innumerable employes, who ex pected steady work until late In June, will be laid aft* at various per iods between early next month and the two months fololwing, and will not again return to work until Sep tember, the time for the fal Ire-open ing of the factories. The claim Is that the market ia overstocked and that some curtail ment is necessary if present selling prices are to be maintained. Contradicting the view expressed by the manufacturers is a statement credited to A. L. Faulkner, head of the Amalgamated Association ef Window Glass Workers, who says: "There is no logic or reason in is suing statements in support of an early suspension of work. The spring will soon be here and building oper ations' will then be in full blast, which will mean a brisk demand for window glass. I think that any move to stop the factories before tha regular time will be a foolish piece of business." Wenatchee Theater Tonight The Splendid Comedy "A Family Affair" A Howling Success Last Night by Lake Chelan home talent Under Direction WILLIAM B. SWITZER Prices 25—35~5Gc Children in Gallery, 15c. Seats Now on Sale at McCready's Drag Store.