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H. J. KIMMEL
The Builder General Contract Work, in cluding plain, and reinforced concrete. With a specialty of Cement Work. Phone 315. South King Street. WENATCHEE. WHICH Do you prefer?—to buy a pound of "just as good" kind or our Celebrated Whipped Cream Chocolates at 40c. the pound. 17 different flavors at THE FERN CANDY KITCHEN. E. F. EGGIMAN, Prop.. . AT THE FERN CANDY KITCHEN. C. F. EGGIMAN. BLACKSMITH AXD 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. McCULLOCGH & HUDSON, The Blacksmiths. FOR SALE i ■ wm v ■ ■■■■■■■hßi Lot 2, block 53, First Addi tion; 90 x 130, seven-room house; plastered and plumbed; cess-pool; 25 fruit trees, 4 years old. Price, $ 1,800 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, Timothy, Alfalfa. Feed for Horses, Cows, Chickens Stock Food The Gold Corn Remedies. We will have the best line of seeds in the .... this yea.r. Wenatchee & Rock Island Wan-house Co. Use Crow's Nest Coal. It is semi-anthracite and burns as'long as Pennsylvania anthracite and is more satisfac tory and much cheaper. If you once use it you will take no other. THE WENATCHEE FUEL CO. Fine Livery. EAGLE LIVERY & TRANSFER CO. Drayage. Piano Moving Express SUBSCRIBERS SAVE MONEY Subscribers save money every day by watching the ad vertising of the Daily World. WENATCHEE PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY". 15 months' success in Wenatchee and in business here for life. THE WENATCHEE DAn.Y WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1908. Horseshoe Theater, Louis Michel, Proprietor. 112 N. Wenatchee Avenue, between Ist and 2d Streets. I Open every night; performance begins S:3O 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 pace for the mothers with their children. Prices, 15c and 25c. Largest entertainment for least money.*** ■ . Soap Lake Suds. I Our teacher, Mrs. Hathaway, was given a farewell surprise party last ( Monday evening. The evening was spent in games, after which an oys ter supper was served. Mrs. Loving and little daughter of Wenatchee are spending a few ' weeks at the Siloam Sanitarium. Mr. Dunlap has returned to his home in Dayton. A few of the Soap Lakers enjoyed themselves at the dance in Ephrata .' Thursday. 1 Mr. Thomas was surprised on his birthday by his friencs. Ane enjoy- ' able evening was spent in games and ( music. An oyster supper was serv i cd. 1 1 ! Miss Laura Bickel visited Miss Gray and Miss Meredith Monday. s Skating is the main sport at Soar/ Lake now, as it is too cold to swim. the oid Sell's property. Near | the Bridge j $1,500 —A corner lot, 90 x 1 20. on! Wenatchee avenue; a good spec ulation. 113,350 will buy an inside lot on Wenatchee avenue; you can build two houses on this lot 1 and make big interest on your :) investment. j r For particulars see j f Walter M. Olive \\ Columbia Valley Bank Building, j j ICE 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 SECOND-HAND FURNITURE JAMES McGOHAN. Go to the LITLE-WETSEL CO. for tender meats. Prompt de livery weights. "All Work Guaranteed." GQLVILLE TO BEJPENED (Continued from Page 1.1 Disposition of the Lands. Th disposition or use of the re maining portions of the public do mainmain demands the most earnest and careful consideration. The time has come when we can no longer safely permit the unrestricted acqui sition by private individuals of the public domoin for purposes other than homesteads. The snows and water in the great mountain ranges of the west contain power enough to turn millions of wheels, to irrigate millions of acres," to furnish water supply to hundreds of cities. If these waters are permit ted to be acquired by private inter ests then generations to "come will pay tribute for the use of water water which should be preserved as a public utility, not a private privi lege. Indian Land Question. It is idle to suppose that it is either possible or wise to prevent I such disposition of the Indian lands in those areas where the lands are ' needed for agricultural development and men are ready and anxious to , develop them. The duty of the gov ernment is to see that the opening j , when made is conducted with fair- j ness to the Indian owue-s. It is not j surprising that, in the great majority I of cases the Indians object to the 1 opening and to the allotment of In- | dividual tracts. It is impossible for 1 the Indians to suddenly, or e.ven in a few years, discard the training of generations and accept the idea of individual ownership of land, which the white race has developed' after hundreds of years of civilization. ! I ! MANY OFFER ASSISTANCE Continued from page 1.) h been found necessary to put a large \ number down on the "waiting list" ' as it was deemed unwise to accept i more at this time than is necessary. ' Those who contributed were the ] following: I < G. C. Calentine, $1; T. H. Walker, >, $1; R. J. Rockey, $1; J. L. Corey, 50c; R. Woods, $1; Albert Woods, l £ 75c: J. Michels, $1; Mrs. Guy C. j \ Browne, $1; D. W. Roderick, 50c; 1 j Rules cf Contest The ads in these columns arc the ads of representative merchants and professional men in 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 be given every second day for thirty days to the Successful person who tirst sends in the correct Ust of words for the two preceding days. The money is on exhibition in the window of Wlester's store. ...Address your answers to ANDY BROWN, in care of the Wenatchee WorhL Remember, the first dollar is given away Monday even ing—the contest starts Saturday. Read the Ads; find the words; get the dollars. SPECIAL NOTICE—Andy Brown will get the mail out of the Postoftice each evening that a prize is given away at S oclock sharp. See that your lists are in the office by that time. We are headquarters for: the celebrated Mankato Bricklayers' Cement. Absolutely Fire Proof. COLUMBIA RIVER LUMBER COMPANY Have you seen our new .... goods yet? They have ar rived and are now display. All kinds of white and fancy dress goods. Call and see them and get an early selection. H. L. WIESTER, Department Store. ;'M. O. Tibbi s. 52: Dike Leonard. 50c; A. E. Thompson, 50c; Mrs. C. B. HarberC, 50c; I. A. rTavarre, $1; Mrs. H. W. BigelOW, $1; Mrs. 50c; C. G. Tidd, 50c; H. A. Little john, $1; G. W. Merriam, 50c: H. Carriker, 50c; Guhrorti Marr, 50c; E. Church, $1; R. F. Holm, $1; 11. j Crass, 50c; J. \X. Kyle, supplies; N. Inscho, |5; Arthur Wilson, J2; H. G. i Liehty, $2.50; Theo Weaver, fit; W. Miller, $1;. C. F. Eggiman, $f; J. A. Shipp. $1; E. V. Martin. $1; J. Huff, $1; M. C. McCrawe, $1; U. G. Pogue; $1; Sam Mil'is. $1; M. L. Frisbv, $1; ! jW, T. Rarey, $2; C. C. Griggs, $1; j Haynes, 25c; W. E. Gehr. $1; A. H. I Witte. $1; Wm. Green, 50c; W. E. ' : Camfield, 50c; H. W. Taylor, 50c; , 111. J. M. Cosgrove, 50c; J. R. Nelsou, |1; F. R. Baggott, 50c; E. M. Tupper i 50c; O. R. Frisby, $1; Cash, fl; Cash, $2; M. Carton, 50c; Frank . Buscher, 50c; Cash, 50c; A. W. Win ford, 25c; .1. E. Ferguson, $2; H. Winford, 25c; A. M. Wilson, 25c, C. D. Putnam, 25c; B. L. Bowes, 25c; Frank Casler, 50c; H. M. Maxwell, $1; Cash. $1; Cash, 50c; Cash, 25c"; Pat Sherburne, $1: Mrs. Etta I. Griggs $1; J. Wayle supplies Many other offers were reecived, and in case help is needed later they . will be called upon. 1 . !; PORTLAND FAIR BEAT JAMESTOWN j (Continued from Page One.) ] 905,990 free admissions, whereas Jamestown had 1,4 43,043. < When the size. cost, and popula- » tion of the surrounding country in. which the two expositions were held, are taken into consideration, it can I easily be seen how successful the : western exposition was over the east- s ' crn one. Portland was a compara- c lively small world's fair as com- b j pared to Chicago and St. Louis, yet 1 it drew about 120,000 persons from east of the Rocky mountains. Prin- w clpally, most of these people came a west to see the country and inciden- k tally the Lewis and Clark show, ii [Which was the magnet. The Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition will have o the same drawing card behind it. ii The cost of the Portland exposition w was far less than that of Jamestown, a The Government building and ex hibit at Portland were valued at f< $800,000. The government spent tl about $2,600,000 at Jamestown. ii The most startling thing about the ti success of the Lewis and Clark ex position was the fact that it only V had about 1,500,000 people within a is Do you really want to sell your ranch or city property? Hawkins Columbia Valley Bank Building, can sell it for you. List your property now, as we are expecting parties from the east. J. S. MOOXEY & CO., Real Estate. radius of 509 miles from which to draw its attendance, whereas James town within a radius of 525 miles had about 39,000,000 people. Also Portland ran for only four and a half months, while James.own was open for seven months. Portland was able to pay back 20 per cent to its stockholders and was entirely out of debt by the middle of the exposition. Jamestown will nor pay back anything and is hopelessly in debt to the United States govern ment. Woman's Ex-:hang!'. Just received a fresh Bupply of cor sets and hair goods. MRS. B. J. TIFFANY. Wenatchee Hotel. Rlcwett Nuggets. Mr. and Mrs. E. Monagle wet - surprised Friday evening, Jan. 31. their thirty-first anniversary, by some friends and relatives dropping in to see them. All adjourned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith and spent a very enjoyable evening. C. W. Harris of Blewett and a friend. Mr. Boyle of Leavenworth, now visiting tne former, entertained the former's kinsfolk right royally last Sunday, Jan. 26, by giving a dinner cooked by their own hands. This was a complete surprise to all but Mesdames Smith and Monagle, who happened to have evedyone at the Monagle home, which adjoins the hotel where the dinner was given. Those present were Mes dames Monagle and Smith, Messrs. Monagle, Smith, .1. Monagle, Master Ivan Monagle, two little Smith girls and Miss Ames. Mrs. Frank C. O'Connor. W.tterviile Xotes. Waterville, Feb, i.— In the sale of school lands Sa urday, W. 11. Tres r. 1) M. Fraaer and A. R. Dyers •ought eighty acres across The Co umbia from White Bluffs. Last week has been "Spokane reek" wijh the traveling men. Fully i dozen, representing as many Spo ;ane wholesale houses, have been nterviewing the business men. Waterville, Feb. 4. —The house y-.ry- "1 by Mrs. I). E. Burks caught . ir" Saturday afternoon. The fire ras extinmiisned before much dam-; ige was done. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Alexander left or Seattle and the coast markets - his morning. They are on a buy ng trip for the Alexander Mercan ile company. Mrs. J. P. Graves was called to tl Venatchee Monday to see a son who ti s sick. V NEW ERA PAINT ACME QUALITY HAS STOOD THE TEST. LET US PAINT YOUR HOUSE. 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. Just Like Home. HOTEL ROOSEVELT. J. J. Griffith, Prop. GET THE HABIT OF DEALING AT the Buckeye Grocery Co. Goods Delivered Promptly. Phone :1575 B. E. LOWE. g AY, where is the Horseshoe ~" ing shop? « t corner of Orondo and Col unibia street. IJVI ost people say so; gome people think it is the only place. Oh, I think, I had better see IN o don't forget. L. O. Hall PRACTICAL HORSESHOES. FEED Hay, Grain Chop, at the old Proctor Stand on Mission Stree. C. E. REEDER & SON YOU ARE LOSING MONEY If you are not picking up some of the bargains that are being adver tised in each issue of the Daily World. 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 4, 15c. 8 AY I Do you know that we are making absolutely the best bread in the city—clean, pure and wholesome. Try one loaf FLCHARTY BROS. PITTSBURG COAL. Mighty Good. Try a Ton. . .GUY H. WHTTSON & CO.