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/aLKIXCVMACHIXES * MR the La\st Recoifcs. / Its .E. HiD. Webb Call or phone us your order for that party. to order. THC : ERN COTDY KITCHEN Hflfce of D.liciou* Ho:V^ad'' Phonjfß4s. C. F^GGIMAN. Proprietor. H. JyKIMMEL Gene/al Contrait Jit* cludin/ plain, ana reirMarced concrete. With a lpeyWy of Cement Work. I \ Phone 315. / "'iiiitTMiiiUji fffi i i) WEXATCHEE. 'C 3 Carstof Lumber Received. II Plenty >f DryJStock (SUttttird Marr NEAR THE NEW BRIDGE Office phone 145 Residence phone 383 yHaul Jarffes Latham Phone 1671 City Scavenger SOW IS THE TIME TO JT- N / have that screen door nyrae. fx*. » / Gep. E. IVBcCannX / for quick and satisfactory work. Colufcbia St.; next THE WEXATCHEE wjoDWOTOCIJg PLANT. TO-NIGHT THi: IfcNGIXG RECORD OF THE SEASfN! FRED RAYMOND'S MASTER PLAY f OLD ARKANSAW A Beautiful Story of hi""b. Old Arkansaw is a Play > A veritable triumfh of scenic beauty, incidewal music, specialties singing and dancin* The Advance Sale at Wenatehee\rog Co, Prices/ 50 - 75 - $».00 Just toiK'jpcTvhe kpo*— tffit cof fee at the gLii c\e. 1 T: y/T* * * THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. WEXATCHEE. WASHINGTON - , WEDNESD\Y, -MARCH 18, 1908. FOB-SALE in East WenWhee For Terras atad Price^eej *>Qr-Hall PRACTICAL HORSESHOER. Call or Ptieoe Fs Vo/ Order We wIH prompt BuQKeye GroWry £hone 1575 \ B. E. Lowe WINES A P APPLEfTREFJr 10,000 and a full Aieyor nur sery stock for sale. Vrquire D. H. Mohler, Park Hotel, Wenat ehee, Wash. Yakima Valley Nur sery Co. 3-22 Five acres in six-year-old trees; best variety; house,, barn and out building*. Threel and one-half JirTTes fr«m town/ One mile irom school. Priof, $5,500. down! Sl.yfo. BalanCj* on easy termi'\yr U. F. LAKE We rtat£_h ash. Ha*; Grain Chop, old Proctor Stand on MJssikn Stree. C.\e. SON REPAIR opened in theloM VacJrffn stan/ on Wenatehee Arr#w Livery. Old cus tomers given prompt attention. \w Guarantee Satis^etiotfT -1 &j>rosox, The WKKmtOm. RlwtlN HHART INTEREST R«SPItXDEXT IX RjRE COMEDY c *TERRIFIcVf CLIMAXES ORIGINAL iVsEXSATIOX Always/good"^*aisydf the Gem Cafe.*** 1 Jl/ The Wenatehee World ' Published daily except Sunday by tho I World-Advance Publishing Company. I , I Rufus Woods. . . Editor and Manager I Main Office—Business and Editorial, Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatehee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. j . Entered as second-class matter at j the postoffice at Wenatehee, Wash. Subscription Rates. I One Year by mail, in advance. .$."5.00 Six Months by mail, in advance. 2..">0 ■ Delivered by carrier, per week .10 Notice to Advertisers. To insure insertion of display ad- \ ' vertising copy must reach the World ;office not later than 11 o'clock; class ified advertising will be accepted un j til 1:30 p. m. i ! Jfc J. ROCKEY, Rae were held this afternoon at two i o'clock, at Hall's undertaking parlors, afi r which the body was laid to rest in Wenatehee cemetery. j Mrs. Fisher of Entiat is shopping jin town j j P. T. Martin and J. '.V. Collins, two' i n...i . a ,>. <jT€ .n Own to< a... ! Mrs. H. C. Littlefield, on B street! I yesterday afternoon. A short, but ' enjoyable, program, consisting of re- • sponses to roll call and readings by Mrs. C. E. Morse and Mrs. M. E. Henry, followed by discussions on the topics in the articles read. Dainty refreshments were served by the hos:- 5 I As usual, with affairs arranged for by Mrs. J. A. Seaman, the Calendar j meeting at her home on Wenatehee I avenue yesterday af.ernoon was a; | great, success. Green was the pre- j dominating color used in decorating the rooms, where the guests were re- \ j ceived. A number of the ladies ap-j j peared appropriately gowned for St. ] : Patrk-k's Day. Mrs. Langley. seated at the dining table, which was beauti ; ful with dainty doilies and rib- j | bons and paper shamrocks, dispensed ,the good things. The misses Kent | and Keane assisted Mrs. Seaman in I serving the ladies, who gathered to partake of her hospitality. Dr. Brand in Town. I Dr. F. H. Brand, the well-known eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, | will be in our city for a short time, i Although the Doctor is a regular r.hy jsician he has made the treatment of j the eye, ear, nose and throat and the | fitting of glasses a specialty, and doer, I this exclusively, having had many i years of experience and comes well I recommended. Dr. Brand can i> a found in Dr. McCoy's office : Columbia Valley Baak building- Don't See Dr. ; Brand. ** S A St. Patrick** Day Party. Mrs. Percy Scheble entertained a number of young people for her brothers, Fred and Ray Morrison, last night at her home on Douglas street. The rooms were made pretty with green in keeping with St. Pat rick's Day. The lights were softened with green crepe paper shades, and the 'green paper was festooned from the chandeliers to the corner of the rooms, while the lace curtains were decorated with green ornaments. The ' score cards represented shamrocks, i There were four tables at German whist, which game was followed by a delightful luncheon, j A most enjoyable time was had by I the following guests: the Misses Mil dred Finch, Anna Sumner, Zelma I Reeves, Mildred Hollenbeck, Grace Weister, Pearl Whisnand, Carrie LKeaue. Fanny Rice. Sadie Godfrey, fHelen Thompson, Eva Black, Estella i Savaria, Golda Loving. Alta Corcor an, Dora Inscho, Vida Ulrey and I Messrs. Thayer. Littlefield, Willis ! Poe, Howard Patience, Boyd, French, i Lyman and French Shotwell, Clifford j Knowles. Charles Morse, Vernon An jderson, H. Hull, Fred Ellis. Earl ! Thompson. Claude Nowlan, Fred Mor ; rison and Ray Morrison. Chick every day at the Orondo (Life— z\ cents.*** Salt"Lake City. y A visit to the old Mormon metropok \lis is a 111 i lyjj in n'b 11 should deni "Ifaimself east. i\ aiiraad & Naviga' from lipokanVeonnect-' the OregonT Short fline and I anion Pacific is thelonly rourWuirfs |i|e through this wAiderful I IClf not going east \ tVip to jdttightful California, rile lanl of JslifKhine and flowers, is suggested: or >\n may be looking for goodf farm jamd rWiit lands at very maßerate} |plices mild climate. M > i llnquireSfcr full particulars of E. ►;E| Ellis. First iaaenue. Seattle. u'Sfn., or William G. P. A.. Portland, Ore. For pipe seeJßfceaatehee Plumbing and Heating W>. Wley Bank. Phonf 2."i.**»V Classified Advertisements Five Cents per line for each insertion. " Count five average words for each line. Combinations of figures or initials count as one word. Spe cial rates on ads running for one week or longer. WANTED. WANTED Furnished or Partly Fur ! nished Rooms for light housekeep : ing for man and wife. See Mr, C. D. Flanigan at Little & Wetsel's. 3-1S WANTED—Women or girl to do housework. Phone 674. tf EXPERIENCED #)ining-Room Zir\ Wanted. Rojfevelt Hotel. tf CHAS. F. FRYE'S Shoe Repair Shop. Work promptly done and guaran tted; prices right; across from Wenatehee Department store. tf Five cents per line for each insertion, j Count five average words for each line. Combinations of figures or . initials count as one word. Special rates on ads running for one week or longer. Minimum charge 25 I cents. I WANTED —Two or three furnished rooms for housekeping or would! rent small unfurnished house. I G. W. D., World office. POSITION wanted by young man who wishes to locate here. Ad-' dress P. O. Box 407 or Phone 1001 j AGENTS WANTED — Wonderful \ Oregon Evergreen Blackberry; ,' enormous bearer; one vine sup- i plies family; large delicious ber ry; bonanzt for agents and grow ers. Write for information. Ever green Berry Co.. 173 South Cot- tage street, Salem. Oregon. tf SCHOOL BOYS WANTED every llt tle while for mail routes and for folding papers. Leave names at the World office. ESTRAYED. WOULD the party that took my um brella from the Baptist church please return same. A. E. Thomp son, 6 C street south. TAKEN UP—Red heifer, with white face. Owner may have same by proving property, paying for the feed and this ad. Call up World office. j FOCND Suit Case on street contain ing valuables; name inside sup posed to be Jennie Dudley. Own er can have the same by proving proper.'y and paying for add. Is at S. A. Coppess residence. 3-20 RENT IDS. i FURNISHED ROOMS—Both and electric light. 116 B street North. Phone 1621. Mrs. F. A. Fisher. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, all j modern conveniences; close in. 250 Wenatehee Avenue North. Phone 1522. 4-17 BOARD AND ROOM in private fa mily. Phone 1412. 416 Douglas street. 3-23 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS wanted every little while. If you have any to rent here is the place to adver tise them In the want column. FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE—Second hand Studebak er wagon; 1 good milk cow; good Bnrbank Seed Potatoes. C. A. Leedy. Farmers' Phone 306. 3-26 160 ACRES of on easUeide; just above ditch: place; all under owner at Columbia HtJrel. 3-18 FOR SALE—FuII-blooded white rock Eggs for hatching; $1 for setting of 14. Leave orders at j Holcomb's store or Phone 72",. J.. R. Phipps. 4-14 J FOR SALE—Good early seed pota toes, Early Rose, Early Ohio and Beauty Hebron, and some Wheat Hay. G. A. Fletcher. R. F. D. No. 1. __ 4 " 18 See Wenatehee Plumbing and Heating Co. for pipe in carload lot> at Columbia Valley Bank. Phone s:;i.**« Miss Bessie Graham, who has been visiting in Snohomish returned yes-: terday. J - Is the thelSoul, Jfnd it rlquiips most delcate care & m a iC ent^K^ lt * s * ne D** s * sensi- (|t\all Ithe human orglns; 'theTJosVahsily injured andSsestroy ed. AcVvou give it the attention the 'delilfecy\f its mechanism demands. HOWARD vTHOMAS The Optician, Graduate of the Philadelphia Opti cal College. INCOME PROPERTY FOR BEAR ! ING ORCHARD—What have you ( to submit in a bearing orchard* in | a .-ade for an apartment house | in Seattle, new, completely fur nished, three pianos, etc. income, $1,800 dollars per year; besides 5 [ rooms where present owner and family live. Price, $20,000. Fin est marine view in Washington. Address H. J. D., Haller Bldg., Seatle, Wash. 3-21 FOR SALE—»ujrfold furniture and canu- 1 -'hone 1072. 220 North 3-17 FOR SALE—I,OOO yearling apple trees; from home grown scions; principally Winesap, Spitzenberg, Rover Beauty. Jonathan, B. B. Da vis, and W. W. Parmain. Price, $100. Phone SOS. A. A. Bous quet, 405 Chelan aye. S. 3-7 EGGS FOR SALE—Thoroughbred S. ] C. W. Leghorn; heavy laying i strain; per setting of 15. $1.50; per hundred, $C. Phone SOS. A. | A. Bousquet, 405 Chelan Aye. S. 3-20 WILL new flat building several of property for a good fruit farm or land. LMgfield Inv. Co.. 1 Seattle. 3-17 FOR SALE--105 Egg Incubator; price lift Phone 315. '2-21' $5,000 buys an elegant summer home and business to the right man. consisting of 240 acres timber and' t;l|able land; worth twice the money. P. A. Reynolds Real Es tate, Reynolds, Wash. $600 CASH buys new 5-room mod ern house, 3 blocqs from post-, office; balance easy terms. Look ' this up at once. Red Apple Real j Estate. tf HAY FOR SALE—AIi-alfa, timothy or wheat hay; any quantity deliv ered to any part of town or vahey. L. V. Wells. Tel. No. 803. tf Woman's Exchange. j Just received a fresh supply of cor sets and hair goods. MRS. B. J. TIFFANY, Wenatehee Hotel. I PHYSICIANS DOCTOR MoCOY. General luetic*. Columbia Valley Bank Buili'ing. DR. FRANK C 1 LP. Office. ?n G v yg» Block, phone No. 115. DENTISTS DR. HVTCBINSON, dentist, over We natehee Furniture Co. Phone Frß. 981. DR. CAMERON, Dentist, Rosenburg Block. Wenatehee. Washington. SPECIALISTS. DR. J. V. LEMON Eye and Nerve Specialist—All nervous chronic conditions a specialty. DRUGLESS METHODS FOR REMOVING THE CAUSE Office rooms 1 & 2 over First Nat. Bank — Phones — Office r.03; Residence 1033. EDUCATIONAL FANNIE DAVIS, instructor in piano. Tbe new system of technic. Sec-* ond floor Columbia Valley Bank Building. Phone 1823. UNDERTAKERS C. G. HALL, Unaertaker and Fune ral Director; State License No. 78. Phone No. 1165. Mrs. C. G. Hall, lady assistant E. F. BPRIGUE, Professional fune ral director and licensed embalm er. Mrs. E. F. Sprague and Mrs. A. J. Martin, lady assistants Phone 1375, Wenatehee, Wasa. ATTORNEYS S. 1). GRIFFITH, Lawyer, Notary Public. Practices in all courts. P. O. box 23, Phone 285. Wenat ehee, Wash. REEVES & REEVES, Lawyers We natehee Drug Co. building. Phone 222. THOMAS ft MARSH, Lawyers. Salt* 2, Fostoffife building. CORRJirr LUDINGTON & KEMP, J#<wyers. Farmers & Merchants Bldg. Phone 1141. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Pbjre 1001. T. J. Hallett. 2-20 BLACKSMITHS ROSS BROS. Wagon work, rubber tires a specialty. Band sawing ARCHITECTS. jML WT BIRD, Architect. Houses that are homes. Phone 223. ORCHARDISTS. ORCHARD PRUNING by a man with 12 years' experience in or chard work; am a practical prun er, not a wood butcher. H. E. Eastman. Phone 1101. CONTRACTORS NOTICE—For reliable work in the following, such as brick, stone, cement and plastering, call or ad dress A. E. Edwards, No. 524 Kittitas aye., Wenatehee, Wash. Now is the time to have your side walk or cisterns put in. Estimates cheerfully furnished. 9-20 CARRIAGE PAIXTIXG by a practl ; cal carriage painter, who makes that his specialty. Phone up M. O. Merrill's residence. \V. F. O'Neal. CIVIL ENGINEERS C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a specJ laity. Office Rosecberg block. Wenitchee, Wash. FRATERNAL NOTICES. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT—Yu'e Circle No. 52, v.VA meet on third Monday of each month in Eagles' Hall. Henrietta Bigelow, Guar dian; Viola Gochnour. Clerk. A. O. U. W., No. St. Meets at Bower hall every Friday night of each month. W. H. Dibble, M W ! Chas. Becker, Reco.der. I. O. O. F.. Wenatehee Lodge, No. 157 meets at Sprague Hall every Saturday night. F. C. NBILSON, Noble Grand; GEO. D. PERKY, Vice-Grand.; P. H. SHERBURNE, Secretary. K. O. T. M., Wenatehee Tent, No. 56, meets every second and fourth Monday at Eagle Hail. Ed. Den nis, Commander; C. A. Battles, Record Keeper. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF 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 the first and third Wednesday of the month in Eagle Hall. Visit ing members cordially invited to attend. Grace E. Parker, Illustri ous Protector; 0. 1. Armstrong, Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS— Daniel McCook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays of each month at 2 p. m. Mrs. Emma Gardner, pres.- M*s i Anna W. May sec. I ■ , BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YOEMEN. Columbia Homsetead No. 682, meets each Tuesday night at Sprague Hall. For information, see U. F. Lake, Deputy. W. A Grant, Foreman; C. W. Torgenson, Correspondent. G. A. R., Daniel McCook Post, No. 105, Department of Washington and Alaska meets 2d and 4th Fridays of each month at Odd Fel- lows Hall. M. O. MERRILL, Com mander; J. B. PALMER, Adjutant. F. & A. M., River side Lodge, No. 112, meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at Bow- er Hah. B. J. WILLIAMS, W. M.; K. H. NOWLAW, Secretary. MODERN WOODMEN OF America meets every i Wednesday evening in Bower ball. Visiting Woodmen cordially la- ▼itea. FRANK BAGGOTT, clerk; R. L. BARTLETT, Counsel. Columbia and Okanogan Steamboat Go. SCHEDULE Efflec«tve on and After Nor. 1, 190*. UP RIVER Leave Wenatehee dally ...6:00 a.m. " Orondo dally 8:00 a.m. " Entiat daily 8:30 a.m. " Chelan Falls dally. 12:00 m. ** Pateros daily 6:00 p.m. Arrive Brewster da11y.... 6: CO p. m. DOWN RIVER Leave Brewster dally ... .4:00 a. m. " Pateros dally 4:20 a. m. " Chelan Falls daily. 8:30 a. m. Entiat daily 9:3 oa. m. " Orondo daily 10:00 a.m. Arrive Wenatehee daily.. 12:00 m. Steamer leaves Wenatehee tor Bridgeport Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Returning leaves Bridgeport same night Ask for special folders regarding Okanogan irrigation project and Lake Chela* district