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City Neiys in Brief 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 —see J. S. Mooney & Co. If you have property to sell list it with the Red Apifcie Real Estate Co. The best the market affords can always be found at the Vendome. Remnant sale of wall paper begins January Ist, 1907 at Russell's. Fresh and cured meats, fish poul try, oysters. Prices right at Little & Wetsel's market. If you have a house to rent make it known to the Red Apple Real Es tate Co. When you have anything to sell see Little & Wetsel. White Leghorn Cockerels for sale —Al strain, SI.OO up, eggs, per set ting of 15, Ist pen, $2.50; 2nd pen, $1.50. A. A. Bousquet, Farmers phone 42 and SOS. I have moved my beauty parlors to my residence, US 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. Good meats, prompt service, cour teous treatment, always our motto. Little & Wetsel market. If you want to buy or sell farm or city property list your wants' with D. Gensfnger, Room 10, Rosenberg building. For artist's colors and brashes go to Russell. If yon need meats, salads, pastry or bread for lunch call at the Ven dome Cafe. Have you any old clothes? If so, put them on and come to the "Hard Times" on roller skates next Friday night, Feb. 15. Prize to Wenatchee's worst makeup. c-2-15 Pigs for stile. G. A. Fletcher. R. 1. 2-15 New book by Geo. Barr MeCut cheon at the Crescent Circulating Li brary. r> cents for 10 days. For Rent—3 % acres close in, bearing orchard; good house; spring water. J. S. Mooney & Co. c-2-14 Comic valentines, ."> cents a dozen. 2 5 per cent off all other valentines. The Crescent. c-2-i:} Robert L. Ingram of Ephrata was in the city Monday and was register ed at the Great Northern. W. T. Knapp of Billings, Montana, was a business visitor to this city yesterday and was registered at the Great Northern. J. R. Burrill was up from Harring ton Wednesday on business and was A guest of the Roosevelt. Mrs. Mary E. McCardell began work Monday as a teacher in the Lone Rock school at Lone Rock, ten miles south of the city. FAIR GROUNDS Were placed on the market January 2nd, 1907, and since that date the sale of %-acre tracts has been steadily going on until we have only a few more to offer. Out of all the chances you ever saw in your life this one is the best and most profitable. Ten 3-4 Acre Tracts $700 per Tract. % Cash. Balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. These tracts are irrigated, having a perpetual water right, and are equal to ten city lots. Each tract is large enough to accom modate 73 fruit trees. This section will be the ideal residence section of Wenatchee no time limit in which a building shall be erected. FULLER &, RUSSELL And all reliable Real Estate Dealers in Wenatchee. Fred Krupp of North Yakima is a Wenatchee visitor today and is reg istered at the Great Northern. 0. H. Barber is down from Brews ter on a short trip. H. M. Luger and M. Dowf of Riv erside were in the city yesterday on business. S. F. and Peter Packwood of Kn tiat are in the city today transacting business. 1. M. Derifield of Malaga is in the city today in attendance at the Farmers' Institute. W. V. Tukey of Chelan is in the city today on business and is regis tered at the Great Northern. Mary Ay res drove down trom Wat erville today and is registered at the Great Northern. Cant. E. E. Shotwll of Lakeside, owner of the steamer Lady of the Lake, which recently sunk at her moorings at Lakeside, is a business visitor to Wenatchee today. Entertains Hi Yu Club. Miss Alva Thompson entertained the HiYu club at a valentine pariy at her home on Chelan a .xnue lust evening. An enjoyable evening was s:>c,nt hunting for'candy and other sanies. Refreshments were =< ived by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Thompson. Those present were '.lisses Effie Andrews, Mildred Wy man, Kathryn Fenton, Louise Lar son,. Idalene and Rua" Kapel and Mrs. Fenton. Skating Party in Mooney Hall A skating party was given at tin roller skating rink in the Mooney hall last evening, Misses Ethel Mc- Cutcheon, Ola Gouchnotir, Mollie Morrison and Faun Wells acting ais hostesses. Those present were: Sam Sumner. Mayde Hayden, Faun Weils, Harry Jones, Bruce Hastings, Buelah Hastings, Mrs. Stephenson, Earl Frisbie. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Scheble, Zelma* Reeves, John Morris. Thayer Littlefield, Clyde Cook, Monte Mor rison, Ethel McCuteheon, Mr. and- Mrs. Rarshall, S;idie Bilis, Chas. Morris. Roy Zahrea, Delis Zvvight. Mildred Halleabeek, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Oilman, Bossta Fisher, Harry Hawk, Bob Palmquist, Ola Gqnch, nour, Karol Weeks, Edna Winchell, Bessie Graham, Mrs. Graham, (f. C. Humphreys. Sam Mills, Harvey Mills, Rose Steams, Chas. McNerney, Ray Morrison, Irene Austin; f)avo Gellat ly, Dr. Hutchinson, Herbert Steams, Stella Zwight, Howard Clary and Mollie Morrison. It's better to be fresh than stale —but don't get too fresh. Al "imen may be born equal, but they don't all die that way. FOR SALE BY 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 Philadelohia Opti cal College. Rcl»eki>li Lodge Holds Social Session The local Rebekah lodge gave a very pleasant social at the lodge roos in the Ellis-Forde Block after the regular session of lodge last evening. The social partook of the Valentine spirit of the week. Each member purchased a valentine cut in two, and when successful in finding a partner, was served with refresh ments. Much laughter was created at the expense of the ones who were vainly endeavoring to make their valentine match their favorite friends' valentine. After refresh ments were served, dancing and cards formed the diversions of the'evening until twelve. The members were all charged a small sum for their' valen tines and a neat sum was realized for the treasury of the social com mittee. There was a good attendance of the membrs and all report an ex cellent time. A reception will be given at the Methodist church Saturday evening to the members of the church and their families. All Methodists in the city whether members of the church or not and all friends of the church are cordially invited to attend. TIGfSTLLSS CHORUS Wisconsin Legislator Kays Chorus Girls Shook] Be Garbed in Skins of Ample Length MADISON, Wis., Feb. 13.- Wis consin students of physical culture are to be denied the privilege.of con tinuing their studies from the front row if a bill introduced in the legis lature today becomes a law. An assemblyman from a rural dis trict who saw his first mubical com edy in Madison last week believes tights are a disgrace to the Amer ican stage. He went to his little hall room after the show and spent the night drawing a* bill. It stipulates that actresses shall not appear in tights on any stage in the state, unless they wear a skirt that comes at least four inches below the knees. As Madison gets on an average of three or four shows in a season, and as many legislators from the small er towns look forward to the gay life of the capital and these rare op portunities of "goin' to a show," it is said a strong opposition to the bill has been developed. Delayed Freight is Arriving. The long delayed shipments of goods from the East are beginning to arrive. O. D. Johnson, the jewel er, has displayed in his window a number of beautiful designs of Wenatchee souvenir spoons. These spoons are elegantly finished in gold and silver and would make a very acceptable gift to your friends. Sale--A good work horse. Sin gle or double. $130. Inquire Red Ap ple Real Estate Co.. c-2-16 THE Vendome 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 DAT AND NIGHT. COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK Established 1592 The Old Strong Bank PENCIL TABLETS FOR LESS Fine quality ruled pencil tablets, 200 sheets to the tablet, re tail everywhere for 10 cents each, this week 2 for 15 Cents Pencil tablets of same quality as 10 cent tablets, 100 sheets to the tablet, regular five cent size 3 for 10 Cents POSTOFFICE STORE See Cur Bargains in Cigars. HERE IS A SNAP 6% acres fine orchard, 5 room bouse, good barn and wagon, shed, line cave, hen house, water right high line canal, apples. Spitz. Jonathan, Winesap find Home Beau ties; peach, Alberta; cherries, Royal Ann. Bing; cur rants, raspberries, grapes, IV2 acres alfalfa; trees 4 year old this spring, all flumed for irrigation. PRICE 93800.00, TERMS. Red Apple Real Estate Co. HAifitlMA.V WANTS A JOB Might Take a Place on Interstate Commerce Commission if Noth ing Better Turns Pp. ' -NEW YORK. Feb. 13.— E. H. Harriman is looking for a Job. At least, be is keeping his eyes open for one, and says the time may soon come when he will have to get out and hustle for a place. Moreover, he thinks he would like to work for the interstate commerce commission. "My recommendations are many years of experience on many rail roads and in many fields," he said said today. "If they raise the salary a little bit, I may apply for a job on the commission. If the commis sion is to run the railroads, I think it ought to want me." "Everything has been going alonj; smoothly," he said, when asKed about his health. "They appear to be able to get along without me as well ai with me. Why should I not stay at home altogether?" Mr. Harriman also had something to say about the procrastinating ship per. "Railroads cannot build and supply cars for the shippers to use as storehouses," he said. "There are hardly enough cars for that. Yet the man to whom a load of freigh is con signed thinks he ought to be priv ileged to use the railroad car a3 a storehouse as long as he likes." "Limit the time a car can be used 'by a shipper and much of the present trouble will disappear." Advertised Letters. Letters remaining uncalled for at the postoffice in Weriatchee for week ending Feb. 12, 1907: Burk, G. Chapman, B. F. • Chase. Mrs. Fred E. Gibson, Ray Harrison, Prof. Oscar Holman, Clarence Kilgore, Miss Martha Leachman, Mrs. A. C. Parker, Win. M. Small, J. J. Sutton, Jacob S., M. D. Thayer. E. S. Van, Mrs. A. J. Parties calling for above please say "advertised." L. M. HULL, P. M. ■l - , Capital $100,000 PASSPORTS FOR -JAPANESE .. Plans of Foot to Have all Brown M« a Excluded Who do Not Have Proper Papers. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—Plans are being wsdc for solving the Jap anese question by amending the pend ing immigration bill so as to pro vide for tiie exclusion of all Japanese from the United States who do not present passports from the Japanese government. Secretary Root today consulted with the conferees on the immigra tion bill, which has been pending since last season, and the plan re sulted. Inasmuch as Japan has de clared that she doe 3 not want labor- t ers to come to this country, but in stead desires them to go to Korea and Manchuria, it seems that the so lution is most feasible. Mayor Schmitz and the school board wil lmeet the president again tomorrow. It will probably be the last meeting. WANAMAKER HOME BI'RXS Entails a Loss of $1,300,000 —Two Paintings Aloue Were Saved From the Flumes PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 13.—A fire, entailing a loss of $1,500,000. de stroyed Lyndhurst, the nandsome country home of former Postmaster General John Wanamaker at Shel ton Mills, near Jenkinstown, last night. The estate consists of thirty acres of ground. The house, which in the main was of English style of archi tecture, stood on a hill about 350 yards back from the famous old York road. The Wanameker art gallery contained some of the rarest prints and most valuable paintings in exis tence, Mr. Wanamaker and his fam ily have been at theih winter home in this city and the country place was in charge of a caretaker. The fire made rapid progress, a few rare paintings being the only things saved. Among these were "Christ Before Pilate" and '"Christ on Calvary," by Munkacsy. These two paintings are valued at $250, --000. The loss is covered by insurance. Deeds speak louder than words in a real estate transaction. Wtnatchee, Wash.