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If you have anything to sell or if you wish to buy the Choicest Meats in the city call on Little & Wetsel's H.J. KIMMEL Cement Contractor Fences, Sidewalks, Columns, Lintels, Cement Grave and Family Vaults, Curbing, Re taining Walls, etc Estimates furnished for all kinds of plain and ornament al cement work. Phone 815. West End King Street, WENATCHEE. Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Co. SCHEDULE EfHeeHve on and After Nov. 1, 1006. UP RIVER Leave Wenatchee daily .. .6:00 a.m. Orondo daily 8:00 a.m. " Entiat dai1y...... .8:30 a. m. " Chelan Falls daily. 12:00 m. " Pateros daily i: 00 p. m. Arrive Brewster dally 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 dally 9:3 oa. m. " Orondo daily 10:0 oa. 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 Chelae district. Drayage and Transfer. Drayage and transfer; heavy and light. Phone 772. R. E. HASTINGS. Warm Wearables For Everybody UNDERWEAR MEN'S Extra heavy fleece lined underwear for men, per garment 50c Men's extra fine fleece lined Underwear very soft and fine feeling to the wearer. Special price per garment 65c Men's all wool Underwear the kind that don't scratch We sell them at, per gar ment $1.25 H. L. WIESTER Department Store THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON FRIDAY, OCTOBER SB, 109?. [lie Wenatchto World Published Dally Except Sunday bj tbe World-Advance Publishing Company, tfaln Office—Business and Editorial. Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. FRED SIMPICH Editor RUFUS WOODS Manager Entered aa second-class matter at dw post office at Wenatchee Wash. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Yeai> by mail, in advance. .$6.00 Six Months, by mail, in advauce. $2.50 | Delivered by carrier, per week.. .10 SHOULD BE NO HYSTERIA. There is something inspiring in the spectacle of the leading banks of New York acting in concert to prevent a financial panic. That unit ed action there is in the highest de gree desirable no one can deny. That the policy now pursued by the banks will be productive of good re sults can not be doubted. There is a financial reformation in progress that augur s well for the future and ithat will, it is hoped, avert a gen eral present upheaval. There is no real occasion for hys teria. A check has been applied to the wildly speculative methods that brought about an inflation of stocks. If Wall Sreet is taught to behave itself in an orderly and sane man ner the existing flurry will not have been in vain. It has brought disas ter to some and it may yet bring disaster to others, but after the process of weeding out dangerous elements has been completed it will .be found that the sound financial strength of the country is unim paired. It is gratifying and encouraging to note in the dispatches from a large number of the important cities throughout the country an excellent financial tone. This is founded on the substantial industrial and crop conditions everywhere prevailing. Especially in the west is the situa tion extremely satisfacory and lack ing any of he factors that usually tend to excite alarm. LADIES' UNDERWEAR Ladies' extra soft fleece lined underwear, per gar ment 50c Ladies' Union Suits Ladies' fleece lined union suits. Something extra good and especialh' good values at per suit 75c to $1 Ladies'jWool Union Suits We have an especially goud value in ladies' wool union suits that we are selling at $1.75 It would be difficult to exaggerate the importance of the understanding ; among the leading New York banks to control speculative methods. They are demonstrating a full realization of the necessity to discountenance fi nancial operations in which the purely speculative element alone prevails. The extend, to which gov ernment assistance is advisable de pends upon a close examination of the situation by treasury officials. That there will be an ultimate strong and healthy revival of the market for all classes of worthy se curities is beyond doubt. THEY SAY That Chicago is out good and strong for the next Republican Na tional Convention. That Rev. Asbury of Bellingham .refuses to join a crusade to close saloons on Sunday unless the ukase be also directed at the drug stores. The $1,000,000 C. P. R. subsi dized mail steamer "Empress of China" sank at her docks at Van couver Wednesday night. Rockefeller, Morgan and the U. S. Treasury department have all gone to the rescue of the tottering New York banks; this .should help some. That the bottom has fallen out of the telegraphers' strike. But the Wenatchee office of the "Western Onion" is still closed. That the Spokesman-Review and other papers publishing such gen erous "gobs" of Taft boom news from . Big Bill's Washington press agent would do well to have some of these statements verified. Paul Kruger, alleged nephew of Oom Paul, is arrested at North Ya kima, charged with using the mails for fraudulent purposes. That a court scandal *s shocking the holy of holies in German society. General Count yon Moltke has brought libel charges against Maxi milian Harden, the famous editor of "Die Zuknnft," a free lance polemi cal weekly and the organ of the rad icals. That Max Schultze, Heinze's op erator on 'change at Xew York was roundly cheered when he failed. His long-continued, crooked work had made him very unpopular on Wall Street. That our vainglorious German friends, notorious as bombastic boasters, will probably crow them selves hoarse over the balloon vic tory. That down at Kennewick the fourth alfalfa crop averaged 11 aud 12 tons to the acre. That Louis Ziegler, Spokane pio neer and owner of the Ziegler build ing in that city, is involved as de fendant in a scandalous damage suit. His hired girl is plaintiff. That the mental experts called in by Harry Thaw during his trial are suing for their unpaid fees. C. C. Jones, who had charge of Rockefeller's farm near Cleveland, has resigned. He says Rockefeller insisted that he submit a daily re port showing how many eggs ea;h hen had laid, and why! O John, you cut-up! That David Warfield, the famous California actor, has refused an of fer of $100,000 a year for ten years. That Supt. Mayne of the G. X. has resigned. That the cigar game on Orondo avenue is proving profitable for the Mississippi survevyor; He gets 'em going and coming. That even Bellingliam has declar ed itself as opposed to an overdose of ""Affinities;" Xex>t thing we know the state will be offering a bounty for the scalp of every genuine affinity taken with in its houndaries. That the depot employees had some Pun with Robert Lester yes terday. A Norwegian girl got off the westbound train; she was straight from the land of fjords, and to her the talk at the Great Northern sta ion was as the racket around the tower of Babel; Lester, it i s said, saw her predica ment, and went to her assistance; took her to a home in the city where she could make herself understood, which was a gallant and commenda ble act. But the bunch a the station are fond of a joke, and worked the situ ation for all it was worth; some body actually telephoned the World office that Mr. Lester's wife had ar rived from the east! But that the World smelt a rat. That Roy Zahren was a busy mar. yesterday—busy eluding a book agent. That the presence of over one hundred bulging-browed, intellect v- Continued an Pag> 3). ■ WANTED NEW AND SECONDHAND furniture at McClure and MoCullough's, Mis sion st. Phone 20. 11-14 WANTED people to know that we sell candy. The Reading Room. SEWING WANTED—Mrs. Wilt, 430 Kititas St. Phone S3B. 10-30 WANTED—GirI for general house work. Apply at Columbia Hotel, natchee Fuel Company. 10-? 4 TEAMS to haul wood at $3.50 per cord. Inquire at Ross's shop. RENT ADS. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS wanted every little while. If you have any to rent here Is the place to adver tise them in the want column. FURNISHED ROOM for gentlemea. Apply 320 X St. or phone 723. FURNISHED ROOM for gentlemen. Apply 320 King St., or phone 723. BICYCLE SUPPLIES and repairs. J. J. Eger, 15 Mission st. 11-18 FOR SALE. COAL. SPECIAL SALE—For the balance of the month of October, to enable you to lay i na supply we will sell Montana lump coal at $8 per ton delivered. It will pay you to look into this. We natchee Fuel Company. COW FOR SALE cheap. the sho shop, Wenatche? aye. Chas. Fry. 10-2 WOOD FOR SALE—B. A. Pitchor at Ro.-s's chop 1122 TWO IMPROVED 10-ACRE TRACTS on north side of Wenatchee river and Monitor; choice iapd, fair buildings; set to best varieties of trees; price, $6,500 each; terms. Wenatchee Realty & Investment Co. BUGGY AND HARNESS for sale. Buggy, single seat top; harness double; both in good condition. Price. $50. Inquire the Stioe Shop, Wenatchee aye. Chas. Fry; FOR SALE BY OWNER —Five-ioom modern house; lot 50 ft., east front; corner Palouse and C St. $1,800; $1,000 cash, balance to suit. J. E. Barrett, 2 X. C. St. FOR SALE—SSOO. Lot 4 and 6 block 32 G. X. Plat; well located; close in. Wenatchee Real Estate Agents or Box IST, Cashmere, tf COME AND TAKE A LOOK at Mc- Clure & McCullough's new and sec ond hand stores; will save yon money. Phone 203. 11-14 THE XEW HIGH SCHOOL building will be erected in Grand View ad dition next year. This should be the finest school structure in Che lan county. We have about 40 choice resident lots in that addition which are going fast. We sell them on monthly payment plan. Don't overlook this opportunity. Wenatchee Realty & Investment Co. • HELP WANTED. AGEXTS WANTED to sell our high grade trees, shrubs, etc. Outfit furnished free; commission ad- week; good territory open. Albany Nurseries, Inc., Al bany, Oregon. PACKERS WANTED at the D-\ Langley ranch, formerly the oli Messerley place. 102« i MISCELLANEOUS. PAPERING —Come in and see how cheap you can get your rooms pa pered. M. O. Merrill, 105 Mission st. N. 10-23 Classified Advertisements Business Cards, Etc. WALL PAPER—I have some ro'-m lots of wallpap?* sent mt by « wholesale bouse retiring f.oni bus iness, and they are up to date styles and colorings, that are to be sold at less than half retail price. M. O. Merrill, 105 Mission st. N. SCHOOL BOYS WANTED every lit tle while for mail routes and for folding papers. Leave names at the World office. EARN MONEY AT HOME by writ ing for newspapers and periodicals. We have markets for good stor ies, articles, and photographs of Western life. Address, for full particulars, Central Washington News Association, World Building, Wenatchee, Washington. tf RED POCKET ORDER BOOK be tween Are hall and court house, Sunday hight. Return to World office and receive reward. tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. W. STRATTON, Osteopath. Bower block. Phone 475.Scientific cures. Pleased to diagnose case DR. A. T. KAUPP, Office 4 and 5 First National Bank building. Of fice phone 456. Residence phone, 1441 tf DR. FRANK ( L LP. Offlr* in Gryga Block, phone No. 115. DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, over We natchee Furniture Co. Phone Frs 981. DR. CAMEROM, Dentist, Rosenburt, Block. Wenatchee, Washington. MR. COSGROVE is prepared to tutor students for matriculation, only three hours daily in English, (Hon ors Grade), Latin and Greek. Chewawa Hotel, Mr. Cosgrove. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—Prof. A. Van Haveskerke has located in this city for the purpose of teach ing Violin, Piano, Pipe Organ, Practical Harmony, Composition and Instrumentation, beginning one week from next Monday He was a pupil of Ch. De Beriot in . violin, and had the advice of Franz Liszt, the pianist for three years. He is a graduate of the Belgian Conservatories of Brussels and Antwerp and has taught for 30 years. He had charge and was musical director of the largest tra veling band in the United States. Terms for lessons: $1.50 per les son of one hour. Address for permanent arrange ments at Sherman Clay's Piano House, Wenatchee, Wash. 11-1S C. G. HALL, l/idertaker and funer al director. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant. E. F. SPRAGUE, Professional fune ral director and licensed embalm er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs. A. J. Martin, lady assistants Phone 1375, Wenatchee, W r as'a. REEVES & REEVES, Lawyers We natchee Drug Co. building. Phone 222. THOMAS & MARSH, Lawyers. Suit* 2, Postoffice building. CORBIN & KEMP, Lawyers. Over Farmers Bank. Both phones. ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubber tires a specialty. Band sawing. E. GAL"NTT, carpenter and builder. Plans and estimates furnished. 126 Methow street. LOST. PHYSICIANS DENTISTS EDUCATIONAL UNDERTAKERS ATTORNEYS BLACKSMITHS CONTRACTORS CIVIL ENGINEERS C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer aad Surveyor. Irrigation work a spec ialty. Office Rosenberg block. Wenatchee, Wash. ARCHITECTS. J. W. SUSSEX, C. E., Architect aad Engineer, Columbia Valley Bank Building. Phone 1632. PAINTERS H. W. RUSSELL, far wall paper, paints and oils, painting, paper hanging and signs. FRATERNAL NOTICES A. O. U. W., No. 83. Meets at Bow er hall every 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. H. Dennis, W. M. • H. W. Stockton. Recorder. I. O. O. F., Wenatchee Lodge, No 157 meets at Sprague hall every Saturday night. J. H. AUVIL, N. G.; T. C. NIELSON, V. O.; P. H. SHERBURNE, Secretary. MACCABEES OF THE WORLD, We natchee Teat No. 66 meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Bower hall. J. H. Dahling, Commander. C. A. Battles. Record Keeper. G A. R., Denial McCook Post No. 105, Department of Washington and Alaska meets 3rd Saturday of each month at Odd Fellows hall. M. O. MERRILL, Commander; J. B. PALMER, Adjutant. F. A A. M., River side Lodge, No. 112, meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at Bow- er Hall. R. E. THAYER, W. M.; R. H. NOWLAN, Secretary. MODERN WOODMEN OF America meets every 'Wednesday evening In ' Bower hall. Visiting Woodmen cordially in- vited. FRANK BAGGOTT, clerk; R. L. BARTLETT, Counsel. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN Yoemen. Columbia Homestead No. 682, meets Ist and 3rd Wednes day of each month at Sprague hall. For information see U. F. Lake, Deputy. W. A. GRANT, Fore man; C. W. JCRGENSON, Corres pondent. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA meets every Tuesday evening in Sprague Hall. Visiting neighbors cordially Invited. Grace Wood ruff, Recorder. Jennie L. Bart lett. Oracle. tl Telephone Your Classified "Want" Ads To the Daily World Phono 1131 Five cents per line for each insertion. Count five average words lor each line. Combina tions of figures or in tials count as on c word. Special rates on ads running for one week or longer. Minimum charge 25c.