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WANTED WANTED people to know that we sell candy. The Reading Room. TEAMS to haul wood at $3.50 per cord. Inquire at Ross's shop. WANTED —Ladies, Gentlement and Children to see the finest moving pictures ever shown tonight, We natchee, Tuesday, November 26. RENT ADS. FOR RENT—Three-room house on Nob Hill, Apply C. G. Hall, Mis sion st. tf FOR RENT—Furnished roms with electric lights and bath. 11 T» B street N. Phone 1621. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS for Housekeeping; very close in; itwly located. Address »! the World office. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS wanted every little while. If you have any to rent here is the place to adver tise them in the want column. r FURNISHED ROOM for gentlemea. Apply 320 X St. or phone 723. IOR S ALE. XT FLOWERS —Chrysanthemums, Geraniums, Roses and Carnations for sale at Wenatchee Greenhouse. Angelo Vancello. tf SNOHOMISH CREAMERY BUTTER Milk and Cream at the Wenatchee Dairy Depot, 28% Wenatchee aye. Phone 25. S. T. Wells, prop. tf FOR SALE—Geranium plants; 50c. apiece. Bring your flowerpots. Mrs. G. E. Clarke, No. 1 A st. MJLK FOR SALE—Delivered to any part of the city. Phone up 757, Betty & Son. 1-19 FOR SALE—SSOO. Lot 4 and 5 block 32 G. N. Plat; well located; close in. Wenatchee Real Estate Agents or Box 187, Cashmere, tf OLD PAPERS FOR SALE at the World office. The very thing to put under your carpets. Also handy wrapping paper. Inquire World office. The Wenatchee World Published Daily Except Sunday by the World-Advance Publishing Company. Main Offlci — Business and Editorial. Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. FRED SIMPICH Editor RUFUS WOODS Manager Entered as second-class matter at ti«» postoffice at Wenatchee Wash. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year* by mail, in advance. .$5.00 Six Months, by mail, in advance. $2.50 Delivered by carrier, per week.. .10 THIRD TERM TALK. Unable, apparently, to realize that, the President meant what he said; when he declared that he would not accept another nomination for the! presidency, the old line politicians are beginning to receive proof of presidential sincerity. But a few weeks since the spectacular and orac ular Bourne of Oregon averred that* Roosevelt must be the nominee, oth er candidates being unavailable, and j the Washington correspondent of the Chattanooga Times sent his paper a statement in which he declared that 1 he had boon the Presidents confidante} and that the President had said that j he would accept another nomination I if he could obtain it without a con- [ test. That story was absurd on its face. The President can have an-1 other nomination if he* will only say that he will accept it. And there! will be no contest. Were he even to I intimate that he would consider the; matter the next Republican conv?n-> tion would send him the nomination THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1901 THE DAILY WORLD FOR SALE—New Singer Machine; also needles and supplies for every j machine. 115 B street N. Phone I 1661. - 12-2 FOR SALE —An elegant ibuilding site for residence; close In; east front; commanding view; 5 acres apple orchard, hearing, 1 % radios from Wenatchee; 9 room house, modern, 50 ft. lot; close in. W. W. Gray, owner. tf EMPLOYMENT WANTED. WORK WANTED—Young man at tending business college wishes work in evenings to pay board. Phone S. M. Lewis, Wenatchee Business College. tf HELP WANTED. AGENTS WANTED to sell our high grade trees, shruhs, etc. Outfit furnished free; commission ad vanced each week; good territory open. Albany Nurseries, Inc., Al bany, Oregon. BRIGHT BOY wanted to learn print ers' trade in all lts's phases. Phone or write Cashmere Recori. SCHOOL BOYS WANTED every lit tle while for mail routes and for folding papers. Leave names at the World office. LOST. LOST—GoId Watch, Waltham; ini tials engraved "M. C. G." Prob ably somewhere on Wenatchee avenue. Finder phone to Mrs. Guy H. Whitson or leave at World office. Reward offered. Mabel C. Griffith. j LOST—Sunday, on Wenatchee aye., leather postal bag, ribbon trim med. Return to Elsie Garton or I leave at World office. FOUND. FOUND—Ladies' Belt. Owner may get same by calling at World of fice, tf on a silver platter and adjourn while he pondered the case. The only fac tor that prevents Roosevelts nomi nation is Roosevelt, lie has declared that he will not accept a nomination. He means it. Bourne thousand-dol lar essays, nor Chattanooga corre spondents, nor enemies nor friends lean prevail against him. He really I has no use for the nomination. Isn t | it. about time the party realized this? I Isn't it time that those who profess to be the President's friends and ad mirers cease paying him the doubt ful compliment of questioning his sincerity and viewing his utterances in any light but that of truth? This question of his nomination is a ques tion for the president himself to de cide. He has served and served faith fully, performing at all times his whole duty to the nation. If others would imitate more closely the ex ample he has set the pessimist might have less occasion to utter his sense less wail of despair over the future of the country. If now, after his years of service, lie wishes to retire, his own desires alone should be con sulted. Plainly, he is doing just that. However reluctant the people may be to permit him to retire, it is un deniably his right. His restraint of , federal office-holders shows at once the sincerity of his utterances on the third term and his determination in \ the premises.—Tacoma Ledger. William Lynne will sing to the song slides tonight at the moving picture show in the Wenatchee the ater. Mr. Lynn is a new discovery of Mr. Michel. The Moving Pictures of the We natchee Moving Picture Co. are mor al, realistic, instructive. At Wenat chee theater tonight, Nov. 26, 1907. MISCELLANEOUS. BART CARRIAGE TIRES put on to stay; also god bicycle repairing. J. J. Eyer at 15 Mission st. south. tf EXPRESS DELIVERED—Yes; Lu cavish is the man. Listen for the hell. Phone 1672, 12-5 FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING.— Street Suits and Evening Costumes a specialty. Second floor Bower Block. Mrs. Jilbert. 12-2 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 EXPRESS AND PARCEL DELIV ERY to any part of the city. Spe cial quick delivery. Phone 1672. F. M. Lucavish. 12-5 PROFESSIONAL CARDS SPECIALISTS. DR. J. V. LEMON Rye and Nerve Specialist —All ner vous chronic conditions a irtecialty. DREGLESS METHODS, FOR REMOVING THE CAUSE. Oilice rooms 1 and f ovor First Nat. hank—] 'hom-. -gffice-STCh ' tp^-1033 PHYSICIANS DR. J. W. BTRATTON, Osteopath. Bower block. Phone 4.7s.Scientific cures. Pleased to diagnose caso DR. A. T. KAUPP, Office 4 and 5 First National Bank buildSng. Of fice phone 456. Residence phone, 1441 tf DR. FRANK CULP. Office fn Gr ggs Block, phone No. 115. DENTISTS DR. HUTCHINSON, dentist, over We natchee Furniture Co. Phone Frs 981. DR. CAMERON, Dentist, RosenbuKg Block. Wenatchee, Washington. Ma and My Fcthsr j The commercial traveler flicked the ! dust off ids boots, straightened his tie | and entered the emporium of Mr. | Brown, the village grocer. He was i new to tlic district, otherwise he Would ! not have made the error which we now \ divulge. , Bohi!;J the counter was a young i gentleman of fourteen, with bulging : j eyes and a high collar. To him the j traveler addressed himself. "My boy," he said, "is Mr. Brown i mr j ".I'm Mr. Brown," the boy replied. | "But possibly you want to see old Mr. Brown, my father. I'll get him." And as the boy went in search of hl« j prematurely aged parent it dawned i upon the traveler that this is indeed : an age of young men.—London An- ! swers. Ideals. He kissed her hand. She withdrew It hastily and gazed re j proachfully at him. j "I didn't think it of yon!" she said, j almost tearfully. "I had always con- ; ; sidered you a young man with ideals, I and"— | "I—l am sorry if I have offended," ( ;be stammered, "i"— | "Well," she said bitterly, "I certain- ] ly expected you to aim higher." j So he took heart and made new res orations and things.—Brooklyn Engle. Safe. Mrs. Smith-Tea. my little five-year old girl is a great help In my boose- I keeping. Mrs. Randall — \ Vhy. what ; can such a child do to help? Mrs. I Smith—She goes down and tells the • cook for me whenever we're going to have company.—Harper's Bazar. Delicate'y Put ne woald not 6ny that she painted, powdered nnd all that PTe was too much of a gentleman for that "Still I may as well confess," he said, "that she Impressed me as one who thinks she can Improve upon the Lord's handiwork." EDUCATIONAL PROF. SYDNEY S. BARKER, teach er of piano; lessons given at homes or studio. Call at 23S Chelan ave nue north for terms and particu lars. UNDERTAKERS E. F. SPR IGUE, Professional lune ral director and licensed embalm er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs. A. J. Martin, lady assistants Phone 1375, Wenatchee, Wasa. NC. G. HALL, Undertaker and Fune ral Director; State License No. 78. ; Phone No. 1165. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant. ATTORNEY'S S. I). GRIFFITH, Lawyer, Notary Public. Practices in all courts. P. O. box 23, Phone 285. Wenat chee, Wash. REEVES & REEVES, Lawyers We natchee Drug Co. building. Phone 222. THOMAS & MARSH, Lawyers. Suite 2. Postoffice buildiag. DOBBIN & KEMP, Lawyers. Over Farmers Bank. Both phones. BLACKSMITHS ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubbe tiros a specialty. Hand sawing CONTRACTORS E. GAUNTT, carpenter and builder Plans and estimates furnished. 11% Methow street CJITL ENGINEERS C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a spec ialty. Office Rosenberg block Wenatchee, Wash. ARCHITECTS. J. W. SUSSEX, C. E., Architect and Engineer, Columbia Valley Bank Building. Phone 1632. WENATCHEE CITIZENS ABE ALL THANKFUL i (Continued from Page One.) Allan Wetsel: '-That the Lord let me live another year." Bill Steere: ' That I am dining at I the Tammany Club." j I. X. Neubauer: "Thankful for the : most prosperous year I have ever j had; that business keeps up brisk ' and strong, and that certificates are I plentiful, and that the alleged scar city of money is not affecting busi ness in Wenatchee. That the money situation has not compelled people to ask for more credit than usual— and that I consider the valley in more prosperous condition now than it was this time last year. More in circulation; we deposit ! cash every day." j Only 10c and 20c. The Wenat-, chee Moving Picture and Vaudeville: Co. tonight at the theater. j : . j Malaga Squibs. Thomas Derifield left Friday after- j noon for Waterville on pleasure and business. j Xov. 27. The basket social »and entertainment at the Malaga school house. Every body cordially invited to attend. P. E. Gilbert, Stark Brothers tra-; vellng saiesman, was in this neck of the woods Saturday. O. Allenbaugh of Stemilt Hill was j a county seat visitor Saturday. ' | Thursday night, Xov. 28, the mask; ball at the Mud Lake Hall. Good j music; good refreshments and good time. Everybody come and have a | good time. . PAINTERS a. W. RUSSELL, for wall papei palnta and oils, painting, pape> 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. NIBLSON, V. G.; P. H SHERBURNE, Secretary. MACCABEES OF THE WORLD, We natchee Tent No. 56 meet 3 every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Bower hall. J. H. Dahling, Commander. C. A. Battles, Record Keeper. G A. It., Daniel McCook Post N T o. 105, Department of Washington and Alaska meets 3rd Saturday of each month at Odd Fellows hall M. 0. MERRILL, Commander; J. E PALMER, Adjutant. F. & A. M., River 3ide Lodge, No. 112 nieets every 2nd anr 4th Thursday o: each month at Bow er Hal*. R» E. THAYER, W. M.; R. H. NOWLAN, Secretary. ViODERN WOODMEN OP \meriea meets even Wednesday evening 1l Bower hall. Visiting Woodmen cordially In vueu. DKANK BAGGOTT, clerk; k. L. BARTLETT, Counsel. BROTHERHOOD OP AMERICA > Yoemen. Columbia Homestead No. 6 82, 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. JORGENSON, Corres pondent. . 1,.,. ■■■■■11l 11l Miss Stella Allenbnugh returned to her home on Stemilt Hill from We natchee, where she had been visiting friends the past few days. A. L. and R. T. Smart returned from their hunting expedition Satur day evening. Fisherman's luck. Col. Joe Green came in from Seat tle Saturday to look over his posses sions here. Wm. Rei'l, Joe Green's sweet spud man, was transacting business at the county scat Saturday. J. H. Richardson was transacting business at the county seat Saturday. W. G. Perry spent Sunday with friends in Wenatchee. S. R. Hanan is circulating a peti tion to shorten the road to the coun ty seat, by having a bridge placed across Dry Gulch so as to cut out Horseshoe bend. Most of the turkeys in this vicini ty started up the creek, but some of our bachelor neighbors headed part of them off at Wenatchee and brought them back for Thanksgiving. They won't get away again. J. X. Gillespie has moved his fa mily and household effects on to the Malaga fruit ranch, where he has ac cepted a position for the coming year. G. Earl Young is going to hold a turkey shoot at Malaga Wednesday, November 27. Everybody that wants a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner will do well to come and try their luck. The sport is to commence at ten o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grant have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McEldowney the past few days. Postmaster Jones spent Sunday with friends in vvenatchee. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Graves enter tained Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McEldow ney and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grant •at dinner Sunday. Telephone Your Classified "Want" Ads Dally World Phone 1131 ROYAL NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA Howard Camp No. 3973, meets ev ery Saturday evening at the Bow er Hall. Visiting members cor dially invited. Grace Woodruff, Recorder; Jennie Bartlett, Oracle. THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet every Wednesday evening in Eagle's Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. Miss Grace Parker, llustrious Protector; C. H. Armstrong, Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS—Dan'el McCook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays of each month at 2 p. m. Mrs. Emma Gardner, Pres.; Mrs. M. R. Olds, sec. Now is the time to visit HanfoM. -1 will leave with a party of land seekers, going over to Hanford next i Wednesday, Nov. 20. Come in and get particulars. Office upstairs, Columbia Valley Bank building. D. GENSINGER, East Wenatchee Land Man. Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Co. SCHEDULE Efflec'ive oa and After Nov. 1, HHit). CP RIVER Leave Wenatcbee daily ...5:00a.m. Orondo daily S:00 a.m. " Entiat dai1y....... S: 30a. m. " Chelan Falls daily. 13:00 m. Pateros daily S :00 p.m. Arrive Brewster daily 6: CO p. in. DOWN RIVER Leave Brewster daily ... .4:00 a. m. Pateros daily 4:20 a.m. " Chelan Falls daily. X:3O 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, Weanesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves Bridgeport same night Ask for special folders regarding Okanogan irrigation project and T.bVp Ptiplnn district Small house and barn on lot 100 feet square. $1200 on Good Terms 5 room hous on lot 50 x 120 feet; good lawn; nice view and fine location. Price, $1300, Terms U. F. LAKE . Wenatchee.Wash. If you have anything to sell or if you wish to buy the Choicest loafs in the city call on Little IFetseTs • Drayage and Transfer. Drayage and transfer; heavy and light. Phone 772. R. B. HASTINGS.