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The Builder General Contract Work, In cluding plain, and reinforced concrete. With a specialty of Cement Work. Phone 315. South King Street. WENATCHEE. There are signs in stars. The meaning of the star in Eggiman's show window is that the candy therein is wholesome and delicious. AT THE FERN CANDY KITCHEN. C. F. EGGIMAN. BLACKSMITH AND REPAIR SHOP. Have opened in the old Vachon stand on Wenatchee avenue near Arrow Livery. Old and new cus tomers given prompt attention. We Guarantee Satisfaction. MctT'LI.OFGH & HUDSON, The Blacksmiths. FOR SALE Lot 2, block 53, First Addi tion; 90 x 130, seven-room house; plastered and plumbed; cess-pool; 25 fruit trees, 4 old. Price, $I,SOO cash. Must be taken within 10 days. F. F. KELLER Wenatchee, Wash. The Wenatchee Daily World Missing Word Ad Contest Could money buy that photo graph of your departed mother? YOU had better have yours taken right now before it is too late. Do it today at COLLIERS' STUDIO. Grain, Hay, Timotby, Alfalfa. Feed for Horses, Cows, Chickens Stock Food *he Gold Corn Remedies. We will have the best line of seeds in the cTty this year. Wenatchee & Rock Island Warehouse Co. We sell only the best wood, any kind you want. Price it yard. $7.50 and $7. It will pay you to see us about wood. THE WEXATCHEE FUEL CO. Fine Livery. EAGLE LIVERY ft TRANSFER CO. \ Drayage. Piano Moving Express SUBSCRIBERS SAVE MONEY Subscribers save every day by watching the ad vertising columns of the Daily World. "All Work Guaranteed." WENATCHEE PLUMBING AM) HEATING COMPANY. 15 months" success in Wenatchee and in business here for life. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WOfLD, WENATCHEE, WASHTNGT X, MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 3, 1908. Horseshoe Theater, Louis Michel, Proprietor. 13 2 N. Wenatchee Avenue, between Ist and 2d Streets. ! Open every night; performance begins 8:30 sharp; Saturday natinee at 2:30; change of program twice a week—on Monday and Thursday. Beautiful, imposing and clean motion pictures and illustrated songs, sung by talented people. New specialties every week. Mr. Michel will speak every Friday night upon subjects suggested by the audience. Strict order maintained. The Horseshoe Theater is the select family resort. A good place for the mothers with their children. Prices, 15c and 25c. Largest entertainment for least money.*** Fed the Celebrity. Louis Hill, president of the Great Northern Railway and successor to our own Jim, passed through Wenat chee this afternoon, his private car attached to the tail end of No. 1. The celebrity was fed at the sta tion on big red apples. Lost in admi ration of the handsome" new depot which Jim Hill built for Wenatchee, the train started to pull out leaving the man who owns it out in the snow, j He chased the disappearing choo choo, however, and was assisted aboard by a burly porter. They all eat our apples, the great and the near great, j John A. Gellatly has a few sums j of local money to loan on real estate security. 2-1 YOU ARE LOSING .MONEY If you are not picking up some of the bargains that are being . tised in each issue of the Daily | World. Near i the Bridge ... ■ $ 100 —A corner lot, 90 x 120, on Wenatchee avenue; a good spec-1 uiation. $1,350 will buy an inside lot on i Wenatchee avenue; you can build two houses on this lot and make big interest on your j investment. For particulars see Waiter M. Oiive Columbia Valley Bank Building, j _ ICS TALK.. Say, Mr. Business Man! Does a pay roll of $400 to $500 per week do you any good? That is what our pay roll was last Summer; it will probably be more this season. Are you going to help us with your patronage meet this pay roll each week, or are you go ing to make it as hard for us as you can, and still accept the benefits of our price on ice and our pay roll? Are you for Wenatchee, a booster, or are you pulling back. WENATCHEE CANNING COMPANY. NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE JAMES McGOHAN. Go to the LITLE-WETSEL CO. for tender meats. Prompt de livery. Honest weights. Our Right to Send Ships Wherever We Please. dy Representative JOHN A. T. HULL of lowt. IF any nation has A CHIP ON ITS SHOULDER and does not want t»8 to send our vessels where we please, the sooner we find it out the better. WE CERTAINLY HAVE A RIGHT TO SEND OUR FLEET TO ANY OF OUR POSSESSIONS, AND NO NATION HAS A RIGHT TO AS SUME THAT SUCH ACTION IS A THREAT. THE MOVEMENT OF THE FLEET WILL BE A SPLEN DID DEMONSTRATION OF THE NAVY'S POWER, NOT ONLY TO JAPAN, BUT TO ALL THE WORLD. If Japan takes umbrage at it, it would show, to my mind, that they CONTEMPLATE SOME THING THEY HAVE NO BUSINESS TO CON TEMPLATE, and the sooner we find it out the better it will be. I don't belieye Japan wants a war with us at this time. We have some possessions that Japan would he glad to fall heir to, but the Anglo-Saxcti race is A MIGHTY POOK RACE TO (JIVE UP WHAT IT HAS. What the Recent Peace Congress Accomplished. j By General HORACE PORTER, American Delegate to the Peace Conference. I THINK it will be fully recognized when the work of the con ference is STUDIED AND UNDERSTOOD that if this conference had succeeded in adopting only one of the fourteen conventions finally agreed upon it would have repaid the na- I tions for bringing it about. WAR SEEMS REMOTE NOV/, BUT WE HAVE DONE MUCH TO AMELIORATE THE HORRCR3 CF IT IF IT SHOULD OCCUR. WE HAVE PROVIDED FOR THE DETTER PROTECTION OF PRISONERS ; Ar;D WOUNDED AND FOR A FULLER RECOGNITION OF THE RED CROSS AND C7HER SOCIETIES IN THE INTERESTS CF HU- I MANI'fY. This was the first time that ALL the nations of the jrlobe ever | met in amicable conference. The debates were interesting and intelli : gent. There was no acrimony. Not a harsh word was uttered. Every i where was evident AN EARNEST DESIRE TO BRING THE PEOPLE TOGETHER, and when the text of the fourteen adopted | conventions is studied every one will be struck by their importance • not only as'affectiiig the present but as indicating still better results at the next conference. ONE QF OUR MOST IMPORTANT WORKS WAS THE AGREE MENT TO HOLD THE NEXT CONFERENCE IN EIGHT YEARS, THE SAME FERICD THAT ELAPSED BETWEEN THE FIRST AND SEC OND MEETINGS AT THE HAGUE. THIS, WE BELIEVE, WILL IN SURE HEREAFTER THE AUTOMATIC GATHERING OF PEACE CON FERENCES. Rules of Contest The ads in these columns are the ads of representative, merchants and professional men iv their respective lines in Wenatchee. Different words are omitted every other day from the several ads. To the first person sending in the correct list of the missing words for two consecutive days one dollar will be given—that is, one dollar will l>e given every second day for thirty days to the Successful person who first sends in the correct list of woras for the two preceding days. The money is on exhibition in the window of Wiester's store. ...Address your answers to ANDY BROWN, in care of the Wenatchee World. Remember, the first dollar is given away Monday even ing—the contest starts Saturday. Read the Adb»; find the words; get the dollars. SPECIAL NOTICE—Andy Brown will get the mail out of the Postofflce each evening that a prize is given away at H oclock sharp. See that your lists are in the office by that time. ■# We are headquarters for: the celebrated Mankato Cement. Absolutely Fire Proof. COLUMBIA RIVER LUMBER COMPANY We are exclusive agents forßeliance Canned Goods and Evaporated Fruits. None are better and but few are equal. . We are exclusive Wenatchee agents for Baker's ii ;rringr ton-Hall Steel Cut Coffee. H. L. WI ESTER, Department Store. Do you really want to sell your ranch or city property? Hawkins Bros., Columbia Valley Bank Building, can sell it for you. List your .... now, as we are expecting parties from the east. J. S. MOONKY & CO., Real Estate. D. GENSINGER PASSES AWAY Prominent Rett! Estate Man and Ac tive Worker in Dunkaiil Circles Died Last Night. The community was shocked this morning at the new s of the sudden death last night of Daniel Gensinger, a man who for the past two years has heen actively identified with the colonization and settlement of the Wenatchee valley. Mr. Gensinger had been afflicted | with pernicious anaemia for the past I two or three years, and came here from Xorth Dakota upon the advice |ol physicians that he should seek a | change of climate. His death was not altogether unexpected, as is evi denced by the fact that last week he drew up his will, although his family and friends were unwilling to be lieve death so near. The decrased is svrvivd by Ma wife and four children—two sons and two daughters. The older son, J Ed, who has heen at school in Illi nois, is expected home from the east today. The funeral wiil be held Wednesday afternoon, at two o'clock, at the Sunnyslope church; Rev. A. B. Peters will conduct the services. Daniel Gensinger was born in Kos ciusko county, Indiana, and was 4 2 years, 2 months and 13 days old at the time of his death. In 1900 he removed from his boy hood home in India la to North Dakota, remain ing there six years. From there.he came to the" Wenatchee Valley, Where he has since made his home. Mr. Gensinger was an industrious man and a thinker, and in his death !he community sustains the loss of a valuable citizen; he was a colonizer and a constructor, thy kind of a man who helps build up new coun tries, i At the Theater. J Tonight in collection with the regular program, the management has secured several vaudeville people who will put on a regular vaudeville, program A good show is assured those who : attend; the prices have been placed' at 20c for children and 40c for adults for tonight only; tomorrow, and Wednesday the regular show will be put on, consisting of the lat- j est pictures both dramatic and come dy, with illustrated songs by Miss Faun Wells and musical program by j Mrs. Ed Ferguson. Prices, 10c and 20c. I HOW ABOUT THAT HOUSE YOU WERE GOING TO HAVE PAINTED NEW ERA PAINT IS THE HOUSE GLADDENER M. O. MERRILL. YOU KNOW ME. DOCTOR SAUNDERS Resident Physician, S. T. WELLS. Butter Eggs CheeSe Milk. Cream. C. E. REEDER & SON. All kinds of Feed reasonable 19 Mission street. Phone 204 YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG WOMEN Have you ever seen anyone who has taken a course in commercial instruction who has had reason to regret it? SOME DAY you will need the VERY THINGS that you can now secure at the WENATCHEE BUSINESS COLLEGE. HOTEL ROOSEYEL" J. J. Griffith, Prop. GET THE HABIT OF DEALING AT the Buckeye Grocery Co. Goods Delivered Promptly. Phone : 1575 B. E. LOWE Holcomb's WW ''Satisfaction or Money Refunded." Special prico on HAMS this Week. Call and Get Prices. P.P. Holcomb Phone 9411. 6 Wenatchee ay. N FEED Hay, Grain Chop, at the old Proctor Stand on Mission Stree. C. E. REEDER &, SON MORE ROOM MORE TABLES GOOD THINGS TO EAT GEM CAFE TRY A WANT AD IN THE WORLD THE MASCOT CIGAR STORE for a short time ffers you a Reduction on every case pipe in the house. POSTCARDS. Wenatchee Views. 3 ' 4, sc. 6 4, 10c. 10 t 4, 15c. SAY I Do you know that we are making absolutely the best bread in the city—clean, pure and Try one loaf FLI• IIARTY BROS. PITTSBURG COAL. Mighty Good. Try a Ton. . GUY* H. WHITSOX & CO.