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NERO Black Hawk Morgan Stallion Season 1907 Saturdays at Farmers Feed Stable, at Wenatchee and balance of the week at Castle Rock Fruit Farm, two miles west ot town. George H. Farwell, Owner Wenatchee, Washington Are You a Young Man J\ist Starting Oxit in Life? Have you decided on a.business career? Are you looking for an opening? Then a word of advice. The best business equipment for a young man in the world today is a knowledge of shorthand and typewriting. Do you wonder at this? Do you think, as many young men do, that the girls have crowded you out? If you do, then let us tell you—That's just the point. THE GIULS in the stenographic profession have not crowded the young man out; they have simply scared him away. The young men are scarce— very scarce. They are wanted. They are in demand. And that is where your opportunity comes in. Your opportunity for a modern business education will be this fall when the WENATCHEE BUSINESS COLLEGE will be opened for a six months' term. Opens Sept. 2. Complete course of instruction of modern business methods. High salaried teachers. Equipment unexcelled. Write for particulars to Wenatchee Business College Crystal Spring Fruit Land In the Entiat valley is selling in ten acre tracts. Ten acres of this fine land will Make an Ideal Home The climate is always delightful, crops are sure, spring water, long distance telephone, mail three times a week. For particulars inquire of FRANK E. KNAPP, - ENTIAT, WASH. McCoy's Hospital WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON „ Will accept all surgical and medical cases except con tagious diseases. Ambulance will meet all trains and boats for out-of-town patients upon request. COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK Capital $100,000 Established 1892 The Old Strong Bank CW.Jorgensen Sole Dispenser for Wenatchee 22 1-2 WENATCHEE AYE. Wenatchee, Wash. TO STOP THEFTS FOR IRRIGATION Special Attorney Named to Pro tect Sunnyside Canal from Water Stealers. WASHINGTON, May 28.—Ralph K. Williamson, of Portland, has been appointed assistant United States attorney for the eastern dis trict of Washington in case-s needing immediate attention in connection with the operation of the Sunnyside canal and Sunnyside irrigation pro ject. Mr. Williamson is authorized to institute proceedings to restrain the unlawful taking of water from the Sunnyside canal or ka laterals when called upon to do so by the en gineer in charge of the Sunnyside re clamation project. Under previous conditions, when difficulty was encountered with indi viduals breaking the headgates, ditches or measuring boxes, for the purpose of taking water in excess of their allowance during the low water season, no relief could be obtained for several days, as the United States attorney resides a distance of nearly 150 miles from North Yakima. The matter of protecting the water supply is of the utmost importance to the settlers under the Sunnyside irri gation project, and incidentally the entire* arid region, as the failure by the government to properly control the irrigation system would cause enormous losses to the settlers and render it imi>ossible to enforce col lections under the reclamation act, amounting to over $100,000 annual ly. FATHER SEEKS FOR MISSING DAUGHTER Daughter Left Because He Spanked Her—Notice in papers of Her Marriage. PORTLAND, Ore., May 27. —Two years' fruitless search for his daugh ter, who left home piqued because her father spanked her, has reduced John L. Robinson to poverty. Form erly a prosperous farmer of Lost Val ley, Oregon, Robinson has come to Portland, brought nere by an item in the Portland papers announcing the marriage of Lizzie Robinson to Jos. E. Simpson. But all trace of this couple has been lost and the father, who thought he was on the point of finding his daughter, mint begin the search anew. The announcement of the marriage gave the girl's age as 18 years and this tallied with that of the Lizzie Robinson who left her home in Lost Valley two yea: - ago because her father sought to correct her disobedience with a slipper. The address of the man who mar ried her was given in the paper as the Oaks lodging house, but inquiry there developed that the couple had gone and left no trace behind. It is not known whether they are in the city or not, and until they are found, John Robinson and his wife will live in the hope that Mrs. Simpson is their daughter. SULTAN ACCEDES TO DEMANDS OF FRANCE Minister Instructed to Negotiate Set tlement by Indemnity and Justice. PARIS, May 27.—A dispatch was received at the foreign office today from the French minister at Tangier, M. Regault, saying that the sultan of Morocco has promised to accede to all the French demands, and the minister was thereupon instructed to negotiate a settlement on the following basis: First—The dismissal and impris onment of Marrakech Pasha, who is adjudged guilty of setting the mob on M. Mauchamp, the French citizen, who was murdered in Morocco City in March. Second —An inquiry by the French consul at Mogador in order to fix the responsibility. Third—The punishment of the as sassins of Dr. Mauchamp and M. Charbonnier and the assailants of M. Lassalles and M. Gironcourt. Fourth—The payment of an in demnity, the amount to be fixed by- France. Fifth—The immediate organization of the international police in accor dance with the Algeciras conference. Be::i.;:: An Orchard County. PROSSER, Wash., May 27.—The estimates heretofore made of 300,000 fruit trees in Benton county have been too low, the report of Fruit In spector L. D. Lape for April showing that there are 415.313 fruit trees and vines. With the large number of new orchards constantly being planted, it will only be a short time until the new county of Benton, des tined to be the greatest fruit produc ing county in the state, will contain a full half million fruit trees. There were 122 shipments of nursery stock rent into the county in April, com prising 241,099 trees of various va rieties, and the fruit inspector, be sides inspecting these shipments, also inspected 13 orchards. Yelling for Cherry Packers. PULLMAN, May 27.—Snake river j fruit growers are facing a shortage lof help to pack fruit for the markets. I The early cherry crop is now ripe and the fruit is bringing fancy I prices, but it is difficult to secure jbelp to pack it. J. W. Offleld of near > Wawawai wa 3 in town today looking for girls to pack cherries. Mr. Of : field has been shipping 40 boxes per i day, which is all he can pack. His ' shipments will be greatly increased |if he gets girls and boys to pack the fruit. Cherries are selling at $1.50 per box of ten pounds at the orchard and ar. retailing at 25 cent? per I pound, or $2 per box, in Pullman. PHILIPPINE TARIFF IS UPHELD AGAIN First Ruling of Supreme Court on Question Since It Upheld Act in 1906. WASHINGTON, May 28.—-In the case of C. A. Heinszen & Co., against the federal government, decided to day by the supreme court favorable to the government, the court was again called upon to deal with the ef fect of the executive order of Presi dent McKinley, of July 12. 1898, pro viding for the collection of duties on imports into the Philippine Islands, as a military contribution. Heiszen and his partner were sub jects of Germany and were, at the time the order went into effect ai.o afterwards, engaged in business in business in Manila. During 1 599. 1900 and 1901 they imported nr. r chandise from the United States into the islands on which they paid $16, -527 duty, and then brought suit in the United States court of claims to recover the money upon the ground that after the signing of the treaty of peace with Spain the Philippines were not a foreign country and con sequently that no imports could be imposed upon goods shipped from the United States proper to the islands. The opinion was by Justice White and reversed the decision of the court of claims, which decision supported the contention of the claimants. The ' decision was a departure from pre- I vious rulings by the court upon the question, due to the fact that the I court sustained the act. Was Killed in Mid-Ocean. VICTORIA, May 28. —The steam er Empress of India, which arrived yesterday morning, brought the body of Mrs. Richard Cadbury. wife of the well-known English chocolate manu facturer, who was killed as a result of 'falling down the saloon stairway during a heavy gale encountered on May 21, when the steamer was in mid-ocean. The body was embalmed and is being taken to England by the four Misses Cadbury, who were ac companying their mother on a globe touring trip. The steamer brought 146 saloon and 602 steerage passen gers, including Chinese bound for Mexico. Cuba and Demerara, via the United States. Telephone Your Classified Want Ads to the Daily World Classified Advertisements PUT IN NOW a good*s ;•;.:>• of slab wood for next winte You will need it and it costs 1 Phone 1421. Arrow Transfer I . WANTED TO BORROW ;;00 on good security for three years. Write 40, R. F. D. No. 3. 5-29 WANTED—IOO Marriageable young women (comparatively young) re muneration, husbands and good homes for limited service. Apply Columbia Hotel, Wenatchee. WANTED—Dining room girl or chambermaid. Columbia hotel, tt FOR THE LATEST up-to-date de signs end color effects in genuine flocks, sheens, cut velvet and tap estry wall papers see M. O. Merrill, 105 Mission street N. ITS GETTING HOT and you're be ginning to want ice. Call up the Arrow Livery. We'll deliver the clear Mountain Spring ice, best on the market. Tel 1421. Wagon will run Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays. WANTED —3 loggers at $3.00; 12 farm hands, $40 per month. K. J. Cummins Employment Bureau. Phone 440. CHELAN COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.. Inc., Corner Palouse and Mission streets. Wenatchee, Wash. Fai s. Phone 825, Pacific States 56. JOHN BENNETT, professional ac countant, -auditor and valuer, of ficial receiver and assignee. Par adise R. F. D., Cashmere, Wash. ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubber tires a specialty. Band sawing. IRA THOMAS, suite 1, W. T. Rarey & Co.'s building. C. G. HALL, Undertaker and funer al director. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant. E. F. SPRAGLE, Professional fun eral director and licensed embalm er. A graduate by years of exper ience. Farmers Phone 224. P. S. phone 23. Wenatchee, Wash. FRESH SEEDS of all kinds. Wenat chee & Rock Island Feed Store. EVERYBODY EATS HARLIN'S meats. FOR A LOAN on wheat land or fruit land ranch regardless of size or age—see J. S. Mooney & Co. WALL PAPER from 8c per double roll up at Merrill's, 105 Mission st aorta. WE ARE NOT 9»ing out of business but will meet the lowest prices you can get on wall paper and pa per hanging. M. O. Merrill, 105 Mission streets N. HARLIN MEAT COMPANY'S pre pared hams and bacon are the fin est in flavor. They are perfectly preserved, too. FOR SALE—SB vols, law books, also new copying press, and good Rem ington typewriter. Address P. O. Box 218. MILLINERY FREE—For the next ten days hats trimmed and made over, new shapes and styles. 16 years experience. Mrs. E. H. D. Webb, 301 Methow street, S. 5-29 WANTED —At Columbia hotel, cook, waitress and chambermaid. tf "THE LAND MAN" a realty publica tion furnished free at office of D. Gensinger. THE HARLIN MEAT Company's de livery wagon stops at all the fash ionable homes in Wenatchee. CYPHERS CHICK food is the best. Wenatchee & Rock Island Feed Store. CALL OX D. Gensinger, the real es- I tate man, and get a free copy of "The Land Man." The famous Palm Ice Cream. We natchee Drug Co. HEADQUARTERS for seed and table . . potatoes. Wenatchee & Rock Is land Food Store. PAINTING and tinting of all kinds by H. W. Russell. WANTED —A good all round lady cook. Call or phone the Wenatchee hotel. It FOR RENT—A number of newly furnished rooms close in. Apply 119 Chelan avenue. FULL LINE of stock and chicken remedies. Wenatchee & Rock is land Feed Store. WHY NOT BUY' your candy at the Reading Room. DISCRIMINATING PEOPLE who want the best of everything stick to tbe Harlin Meat Company's steaks and sausages. H. W. RUSSELL for paper banging. No. 22 Wenatchee avenue N. DRESSMAKlNG—Experienced and reasonable. Mrs. M. Hanley, 207 S Chelan avenue. C-4 An Enjoyable Time. Can be had if yon purchase one of ice cream freezers. The whoie family will enjoy ice cream on Sunday. Then after eating ice cream see the chil dren play in tbe hammock, and with the warm nigbts coming on you will want a tent to sleep in. We have tbem all and guarantee the quality and the price. Wenatchee Bazaar 15 Wenatchee avenue. Phone 191 Free Delivery. Advertisement for Bids. Bids will be received for the con struction of a four-room brick school house to be built on the site of the present Lewis-Clarke building in school district No. 46, Chelan county. Washington. Bids to be opened at 2 o'clock p. m., June 3, 1907. The board reserves the right to reject all bids. Apply for plans at office of H. C. LITTL.EFIELD, Director-Clerk. Wenatchee, Wash. Clean, Pure, Wholesome M EATS Fresh and Cured Courteous treatment and prompt delivery. Square deal for all Little & Wetsel Fine Livery Carriages for Weddings and Funerals. Drayage and Express. A special ty of Piano Moving EAGLE LIVERY & TRANSFER CO. WE FIX 'EM Furniture upholstered and repair ed. Lawn mowers ground in oil. Saw filing in all grades. Tables made to order and general repair ing. By G. F. Slocum ■ Next to Fire Hall Lilly's Garden Seeds of all kinds, also seed potatoes, the best in town. For sale by The Central Produce Co., at the Lillis warehouse. Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Co. SCHEDULE Effiective on and After Nov. 1, 1006. LP RIVER Leave Wenatchee daily . . .5:00 a.m. " Orondo daily 8:00 a.m. Entiat daily 8:3 oa. m. Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m. Pateros daily 5:00 p.m. Arrive Brewster daily.... 6:00 p. m. DOWN RIVER Leave Brewster dally .... 4:00 a. m. " Pateros daily 4:20 a.m. Chelan Falls daily. 8:30 a. m, " Entiat daily 9:30 a.m. " Orondo daily 10:00 a.m. Arrive Wenatchee daily.. 12:00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatchee for Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves Bridgeport same night. Ask for special folders regarding - Okanogan irrigation project and Lake Chelan district. 3,200 Acres Priest River Project I have secured the agency for the Hanford Irrigation and Power Com pany's lands at Priest Rapids, and wHI be pleased to have you call at my -office in the Columbia Valley Bank Building, or write me for full particulars. I have a map in my office "showing the location of land, townsite, prices, etc., and in the near fufure will have a new supply •of p i; V< '1 matter. rae canals are Hearing completion and water will be on the land in the spiiug of 1901. The lands are selling rapidly and the opportunity for securing first choice lots 3 will grow less as time goes on. I am arranging a party to look over theso lands leaving here on June Fourth Remember the-date. Also'long list of other farm and city property. D. GENSINGER, The East Wenatchee Land Man. Columbia Valley Bank Bid*.