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the Time The Monarch Visible Typewriter ts New in improvements, giving abso lutely fullest visible writing. Is Old in method of construction, in the experience of i:s makers, in th>3 principles on "which the broad, pivotal, frictionless typebar bearings are made. Is Guaranteed to wear as long as any; to do better work with less effort. You may buy a Monarch with perfect assurance that you are getting the best that money can the typewriter line* World-Advance Publishing Co 114 Wenatchee Aye. Souib. AgenU for Wenatchee. Factory and General Offices; SYRACUSE, NEW YORK. Receives Forgiveness. When Charles P. Norcross, now a well known Washington correspon dent, was a reporter on the New YorK Tribune, he was sent one Saturday to interview Father Ducey, a priest fam ous in New York both for his wit and his good deeds. Father Ducey was in the confes sional. Norcross said he would wait, but was told that nobody was in the church, and that he could go in and see Father Ducey, and come out be fore anybody went in. without any doubt. He found the reverend father waiting and began a timorous con versation with him, being somewhat awed by his unaccustomed surround ings- "Good evening, Father." "Good evening, my son." "Father, I am a reporter for the New York Tribune." "Very well; I absolve you from that." —Indianapolis Star. BIG ATTENDANCE AT FARMERS INSTITUTE (Continued from Page 1.) 11:30. "Success on Five Acres," A. J. Linville. 12:00. Dinner. (This is an in* tation for you to lunch with us.) Judging the fruit exhibit, by the committee. Part Two—Afternoon Session. 1:30. Poem. 1:35. "The Relation of the Fruit Industry to Chelan County." W. A. Sanders, chairman Board of County Commissioners. 2:00. "Effective Organization," E. T. Balch. 2:15. "How Shall We Maintain Our Present Standard of Fruit," F. B. Utter. 2:30. "The Value of a Proper Fruit Pack." J. J. Sharp. 3:00. "Effective Spraying." S. W. Phillips. 3:30. "The World s Ideal Or chard Location," Fred McDermott. 4:00. "The Presentation of Pear Blight in Our Orchards," J. F. Lit tooy. 4:15. Business of the convention. Notes: All papers Mil be succeeded by a discussion. Any matter to be discussed at the convention must first be submitted to the secretary. The president of the convention will not tolerate digression from subjects, or useless discussion, as time is valuable. Texas Wants Japanese. LOS ANGELES. Cal., Feb. 13— With an invitation to all Japanese on this coast to find homes in Texas, O. Takayama, who claims to have been sent on his mission by Governor Campbell of Texas, is urging the Japanese residents of Venice and other seaside towns to colonize a section near Houston, where he is said to own a rice farm of 2,00 acres. The Wenatchee World 'published Dally Except Ss&tfay by the I WORLD-ADVANCE PUBLISHING I COMPANY, Prop. NAT. AMENT Editor C. C. BLAKE Business Manager Entered as second-class matter at the postoflice at Wenatchee Wash. Main Office—Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. i< armen l'hone 1131. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, by mail, in advance. . $5.00 Six Mouths, by mail, in advance. $2.50 Delivered by carrier, per week. . .10 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1007 Remarking that, at any rate, "Sen ator Tillman doesn't whip the de.ii 'round the stump," does the Charles ton News and Courier wisa to be un derstood that the sennit/: just jib:-, his pitchfork into auh? Clootie.'-- Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. A sneak thief who si '« Attorney General Hadley's grip containing an addresss on "Larceny" evidently re lamed it only Jong enough to read the title, for the bag back — St. Louis Republic. No doubt the railroads consider the proposal to stop their theft of $12,000,000 yearly bj dishoneit weighing of the mails ;«o attack o 1 vested rights.—Philadelphia Noilb American. j It is now said ttu..t the cakewa I: 'iriginated ages, ago in Africa. Next thing we shall be told thai: raon! ">y dinners started among savages. -- New York American. It seems a little ungenerous to make every hint of war a pretext for reminding Spain thai it did not count for much as a test of righting capac ity.—Washington Star. The United States senate doesn't appear to b N e anxious to legislate against the immunity bath. Some of the senators may have an idea that immunity baths are likely to come in handy in their own cases now and then.—Chicago Record-Herald. —000 A "gambling fair" is to be held at Consolacion de Sur, Cuba. Isn't it gratifying the way that people has grasped the rudiments of self-gov ernment?— Detroit Journal. POINTED PAR AGRAPHS Don't be too hard on the poor poet. He ts not responsible for his birth Many a man renounces single blessedness because he needs the money. O*S The wild waves are like some peo ple; they make a lot of noise and say nothing. ' Truth would be frightened to death if it happened to encounter some people in a dark alley. Once in a great while the head of a large family gets a chance to 6tJ**»d some, of the money he earns. If you have no business of your own make it your business to keep your nose out of other people's busi ness. David said in his wrath that all men were liars. It would have rounded better had he taken time to say that they were diplomats—and it would have amounted to the san c —Chicago News. Frances Willard Memorial Services. Program for the Frances Willard Memorial services to be given at the Christian church, Sunday evening, 'Feb. 17, at 7:30 p. m. Song "Hear Your Country's Call," Choi; Song "Up With Your Hands," Choi; Prayer. Song "Press on for the Right," Choir Roll call. Solo Sylvia Grant Recitation Mabel Garrett Song "Reach Out a Help ing Hand," Ch«r Recitation Mrs. A. J. Adams Male Quartette, "Save the Boys." Sermon Rev. A. J. Adams Song "Where is My Wan dering Boy Tonight?" MILLION'S FOR EDUCATION $32,000,000 Gift of Rockefeller Will Become Nucleus for Huge Edu cational Fund. NEW YORK, Feb. 13.—Frederick T. Gates, chairman of the general education board, to which John D. Rockefeller gave $32,000,000 on Thursday, said last night that the In come from Mr. Rockefeller's prior gift of $11,000,000, will be used to increase the resources of the various educational institutions in this country within the next decade by from $200,000,000 to 250,000,000. That is to say, the board will aim to stimulate local pride in and gen erosity toward colleges and univer sities throughout the nation, and its distribution of the income will usua lly be conditioned upon the raising of larger amounts by the recipients. Thus, generally speaking, Mr. Rocke feller's huge donation will become a nucleus for an amount for education much larger than his recent present to the board. It is understood that the idea of the elder Mr. Rockefeller is to make his future benefactions through his son, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. This is said to be indicated by his having made the gift of last Thursday through the junior Rockefeller. It is probable that the young man will de vote much of his time hereafter to administering the benevolence of his father. As an immediate result, of the big gift the board will extend its agricultural demonstration to a'l of the Southern states. It is predicted that this work, which consists in con ducting model farms on educational lines, means the agricultural rejuven ation of the South. And there's the rest cure; but don't take it too often. BARELY .ESCAPES . DROWNING Quincy Man Goes Tbrougli Ice of <'o liinihia River—Other Interest ing Quincy News Notes I Messrs. Jot Heron and Harvie Hyte i of- Ephrata were in town the first of the week on a horse round-up. J. R. Hill, who has been in Ephra ta for most of the winter, returned to Quincy Saturday. He will return again. Born, to the wife of David Wiens, Tuesday evening, Jan. 13, a son. Mother and child doing well. J. F. Black and wife returned Sat urday from their visit to Mrs. Black's parents south of Conneli, where Mrs. Black is seriously ill. The Quincy Pharmacy has nearly completed an ice house in the rear of their store. They intend to serve their customers with ice creams and ' iced drings during the summer. For two weeks trains from beyond the Cascades and Rocky Mountains have been completely stalled, Wed nesday being the first train coming : through in that time. Mrs. Glen Hunter was on the sick \ list the fore part of the week. J. A. Wilburn returned from hjs ' trip to Waterville Monday. Every thing pertaining td incorporation has come out all right he reports. Mr. and Mrs. Penner, their son, Abraham Penner, Miss Mary Barams and Mrs. Weber of Odessa, were In Quincy over Saturday and Sunday on j a visit to Mr. A. Friesen. Mr. Abra ham Penner and Miss Barams are soon to be married. They returned borne Monday. A serious accident is reported from Crab creek. On Saturday a man em ployed by a prominent sheep man in that vicinity was driving across ice in the Columbia with a wagon containing several sheep. When about half way across the ice sud ( denly gave way and the team with the wagon and contents dropped through into the water and were lost. The driver barely escaped by jump ing clear of the wagon. The names of the parties could not be learned. Mrs. S. A. Hunter made a business trip to Spokane this week in the in terests of her miliinery department. Banker Sanderson spent a few days the first of the week in Spo kane. He left the bank in care of P, D. Stunkel and Emit Sallberg. A gentleman from Leavenworth was here this week installing gas lamps. He put in quite a few for the business men. Chas. Buxton, of the firm of Bux ton & Risedorph. who opened up the Victoria hotel -a short time ago, has sold his interest in the brsiness to his partner, Mr. Risedorph, who will now run this splendid hostelry. Dr. Vail was an Ephrata visitor on Sunday and Monday. Mine Host Mayhan of the Quincy hotel, has taken up a homestead in the Crab creek valley. He went out this week with sufficient lumber to build a house and barn. He will move to the ranch in the near future. A social dance was held at Mr. Kuder's of Allonez, Monday evening. A few of our young folks went out. J. B. Emick brought in his house hold goods this week to be loaded aboard the train to be taken to Cali fornia. Mr. Emick and his son, Ed, have decided to take up their home in the sunny lands of that state. Since coming to Quincy Mr. Emick has been exceedingly prosperous but has decided to lgave us. His many friends wish him continued success. Mr. Buxton of the firm of Rise dorph & Buxton, was on the sick list this week. . David Wiens is preparing to move his house to his new location near his windmill. He has sold the lot the house now stands on. Walter H. Linne and wife were Wenatchee visitors Tuesday. J. H. Burmaster made a business trip to Wenatchee Tuesday. G. H. Hunter went to Wenatchee Sunday returning Wednesday. He was looking for horses. Chas. Gephardt purchased a house Bxl4 feet from J. J. Wiens the first of the week and placing it en a bob sleigh moved it out to his ranch twelve miles southeast of town. PROFESSIONAL CARDS A. N. CORBIN, Att»rney-at-I*w Successor to Crass A Corbin. Office over Farmers and Merchants Bank. Wenatchee, Washington. E. F. SPP.AGUE Professional Funeral Olraotor ana Licensed Embalmer A graduate by years of practical ex perience Farmers Phone 223 sud 23 P. 3. Phone 21 and 23 Wenatchee. Wast Phones P. S. 471 Farmers 212 Wenatchee Leave j Daily [ FAST MAIL" To local points Wenatchee to Spokane, Mon tana, Chicago md east. 3:25 a. m. "ORIENTAL LIMITED" To Spokane, St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis and east. 4:35 p. m. PIiGET SOUND j EXPRESS To Seattle, Port- ] land, Everett, ( Bellingham. i 11:20 p. m. "ORIENTAL LIMITED" To Portland, Se attle, Everett, Bellingham. 12 noon Ask agent for sailing dates of Great Northern steamships Dakota and Minnesota for the Orient. " For rates, folders and full in formation, call on or addiess A. A. PIPER, Agt, Wenatchee. S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A., ____ Seattle. 40 ACRES Fine for SubiDividing. 31 acres cleared and under cultivation; over 700 fruit trees; house, barn, wagon shed, root and chicken houses; laud all under fence; per petual water right under Peshastin ditch; abundance of fuel. Only $175.00 per acre for this beautiful ranch, all that one tan desire. If this were close to Wenatchee would sell for from $500 to $1500 &r acre, but it is near Cashmere. Just as good for makingjmone" md costs less. G. A. VIRTUE SEATTLE, WASHINGTON CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Classified ads 6 cants a Una aoh In artten, minimum charge 10 cants. General Blacksmithing. Ross Bros. Wagon work, rubber tires a specialty. Band sawing. Ira Thomrs, suite 1, W. T. Rarey & Co.'s building. C. G. Hall, Undertaker and funer el director. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady asst. Contractors and Builders E Gauntt, carpenter, builder. Plans and estimates furnished 62 4 Orondo Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. King, office over Wenatchee Furniture Co. Farmers phone i»xi. Frank Gulp M. D., A. T. Kaupp, M. D. Office o*«r First Nat. Bank. Dr. Moad, office in Rosenberg bid OBce phone Frs. 503. Res. ph 483 Dr. Hutehinsoa, dentist, over We natcnee Furniture Co. phone far 981 M. \W. A. Meets Wednesday evening at Bower Hall Visiting Wodmen Cordially Invited. FRANK BAGGOTT, Clerk ft. L. BARTLETT, Counsel. Wail Paper and Painting. Go to H. Vf. Russell for will paper paints and oils, painting, paper hang ing and signs. For Sale—Acre Tracts. For Rent—3 office rooms. Mooney Block, also furnished room. See J- " S. Mooney. c-2-15 For Sale—Farm Ijands. 320 ACRES at $12 per acre, near Kiona and Prosser in Horse Heav en country, all in wheat 1-5 of crop goes to buyer. ICO-acre home stead relinquishment adjoining for $600. G. A. VIRTUE, 306 Boston Block, Seattle Wash. When in Leavenwerth call on the Leavenworth Livery, Feed and Sale Stahle, DENNISON & RICE Proprietors. Arrive Daily | 11:2,0 p. ro. Citomliia and Okanogan Steamboat Go. SCHEDULE Efllprtivo on and after Not. i ltwnt. 12 noon UP RIVER Orondo daily 10:00 a.m. Leave Wenatchee daily. . .5:00 a. m. Orondo daiyl 8:00 a. m. Entiat daily 8:30 a.m. Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m. Pateros daily 5:60 p.m. Arrive Brewster daily. . . .6:00 p. m. | 3:25 p. m. I i | 4:35 ' p. m. DOWN RIVER Lea\e Brewster daily ... .4:00 a. m. Pateros daily 4:20 a.m.. Chelan FalLs daily .Ja >; . . a . * Entiat daily 'j:3o a. in. Arrive We atcLee daily.. 12:00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatchee for Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves Bridgeport srme night. Ask for special folderj regarding Onanogan irrigation project and Lake Chelan country. B. A. GRIGGS, Gen. Mrg. 306 Boston Block Attorneys Undertakers. Fraternal.