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FREE TRIP TO ALASKA
The World Adds Another Free Trip to the Alaska Contest for the Chaperone. Vote Offer Closes Friday, April 10. The World will give another free trip to Alaska for chaperone, who will be chosen by the candidate re ceiving the largest vote in the three districts. This is the most interest ing feature of the entire contest. Not only do the three winners go them selves, but the one of the three re ceiving the largest number of votes, irrespective of the districts limita tions will have the right to select the fourth who will chaperone the party. The entire party, including the cha perone, will travel first-class to Alaska by the way of the beautiful I Inland Sea route, including first-class' transportation both ways, stateroom,) meals and all accommodations while : enroute. It is indeed a truth that "along the coast no trip like this."; Remember, that the double vote j is on now, and by a few days' work j you can roil a big vote. Five-year i new subscriptions to the Daily count 32,000 votes, or five new one-year Ifubscrlptlona count the same. Only ■n short time remains to get the votes * —there will be no more special offers Mies Olive H. Stewart of District No. 3 remains high in point of mdi-: Vidua) voces, with 10,579 votes to •,■«.'•— J hiss Stewart is the first to yass the MiSS Kate Patterson of dis rict No.. 1 has moved from third place, aud no..' lea'ls in that dtafrfot ivi-h R j>e~> v t A! •• -Al * ' • .\. ." • By good work those at the bottom of the list will steadily rise, and ; who knows but what they may be winners at the final count on April 11. j Last Special Offer. Candidates and readers of the World should bear in mind that the double vote offer is now in vogue and has hue a few more days to run. Those who fail to take advantage of this offer may lose their chance of winning a free trip to Alaska. New Schedule. One month's subscr.plJon to tfl3 Daily World—Old subc-io* r, 100 votes: new subscriber 1.-10 votes. Three months' subscription to the Daily World—Old subscriber. 400 votes; new subscriber, 500 votes Six. months, subscription to the Daily World—Old subscriber, 1.100 voles; new subscriber, 1,400 votes. The First Addition to MILLER I?' Now On The~iVlarket Includes some of the best Improved Mand in the Ten Minutes Walk From the Fost Office. / Leaders in the Districts Are as Follows District No. 1 Kate Patterson District No. 2 A. Faun Wells District No. 3 Olfte A. Stewart 1 s REMEMBER, YOU CAN TAKE THE TRIP ANY TIME YOU CHOOSE. District No. t. MISS KATE PATTERSON '. 6,402 MISS RUBY WEBB 5,379 MISS VIDA ULREY '~2 2 5 MISS JESSIE WILSON 4,034 MISS ANNA SUMNER 1,518 MISS ANNA KYLE 1,562 MISS PEARL WHISNAND 1,521 MISS FAUN WELLS P. 067 MISS BESSIE GRAHAM 7,321 MISS MINNIE WILSON ... 6.096 MISS BESSIE FISHER 2,716 MISS GRACE BLACK 1,61S MISS MILDRED HOLLENBECK I.B<Ni MISS DORA INSCHO 1,512 MISS ZELMA REEVES 1,510 District Xo. MISS OLIVE H. STEWART, Quin cy 10.r>7t> MISS MAUD PRFETT, Chelan 7,4ftl MISS MAE MCRDOCK. Waterville 2,367 MISS JESSIE KINNEY, Peshastin 2.32S MISS EVA JoNES, Cashmere 2,031 MISS RUBY DELONG, Cashmere 1.621 MISS MABEL BEASLEY, Cashmere l.'s" MISS FRANCIS FISHER, Orondo 1.532 MISS DELIA TOMPKINS. Chelan 1.553 MISS EFFIE ALEXANDER, Cashm-.-re 1.57 ft MISS IDA RINGSTEDT, Entiat .' 1,546 Contestants are not limited, to the district in which they are en tered, but are allowed to secure votes from any other district, coun ty or state. Contest closes Saturday, April 11. 1 year's subscription to the Eaiiy World—Old subscriber, 2.400 votes; new subscriber, 3,000 votes. Five year's subscription to the Daf.y World—Old subscriber, 20,00e rotes; new subscriber. 32.000 vote*. For Prices and Particulars \. See Wenatehee Realty Investment Company fHE WENATCHEE DAILY WQEI'\ WEXATCHE Z WASHINGT N. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1908* One year's subscription to the Ad vaoce—Old subscriber, 600 votes; new t-übicriber. 80-> votes. F:vo years' subsetiption to the Ad ' vanco—Old subscriber, 2.500 votes, nsw subscriber, 6,000 votes. I ? Three Separate Contests. The World is conducting three i separate and distinct contests at the '.same time. « The young woman who rece:\-ec! 'the highest number of votes in dis trict No. 1 will be given first-class transportation both ways, stateroom, District No. 2. meals and all accommodations while enroute. The young woman in distri^^^sa will receive the same trip to Alaska with the same accommodations the one in district Xo. 1. The young woman in district No. 3 receiving the highest number of votes will receive the same trip as the young women in districts Nos. 1 and 2. Subscription Rates. One Month, Daily $ .45 Three Months, Dally 1.25 Six Months, Daily 2.50 One Year, Daily 5.00 Five Years, Daily 25.00 Advance, One Year 1.50 Advance, Five Years 7.50 District No. 1. Including all of Wenatehee south of Orondo avenue and R. F. D. Nos. j 1 and 3. District No. 2. Including all of the City of We natehee north of Orondo avenue and R. F. D. No. 2. District No. 3. j Including Waterville, Chelan, Wil son Creek, Peshastin, Cashmere, Leavenworth, Entiat and all other outside P. O. and Mail Routes not mentioned in districts I and 2. | Each district mentioned will fur nish one of the successful candidates, it being the rule of the contest that !no two winners can be residents of the same district. Each candidate, ; however, is entitled to receive votes ;from all the districts. The entire party will travel first class to Alaska by way of the beau tiful Inland Sea route, including first-class transportation both ways, stateroom, meals and all accommoda tions while enroute. It is indeed a truth that " along the coast no trip , like this." I Those who contest do not neces jsarily have to be subscribers to the | World and the three who win the | free trips may go whenever they choose, individually or in group. The best accommodations possible have been arranged for so there will be Enter your name, or that of your friend at once. She may win a free trip. Nothing is easier than winning if- you go about it risthtly and so licit the aid of your friends in help ing you out. Of course, the best way of securing votes is by getting your friends subscribe for the paper, thus getting the coupons issued there on. There is another way of voting, however, and that is by clipping the ballots from .he World and Advance and filling in ;he name oi the young lady you wish to vote for and bring it to the contest department of the World. The votes will be counted at 9 o'clock each morning. I Big JfmuWce Stale. Pipe myf be used, s* get in on the grounfi floor. While! this sale lasts. See^Venr; > "'i'^e>pi um bing & Heating Co. 1 tMtFttl.*** was for Jturaor by Dr. y< Vfa T '- ltient iS | STREET CARS TO LEAVENWORTH continued from Page One.) tion between here and Leavenworth within eighteen months from the time the franchise is granted, provid-| ing, of course, we are not interrupt- 1 ed in our construction work by such agencies as strikes, freight tie-ups, and similar unforeseen contingen cies. The route we have a=ked for in-' volves a single track line down We natehee avenue, the length of the city, with such spurs as the growth and development may from time to time justify, and as is permitted b> the city. Means Business. "The concern I represent has the money and means business," con The Wcrld-Advance Voting Contest. Subscription Voting Ticket. Please ent?r Votes For Miss J. Name of Subscriber .... J. .. Address /. .^^ffT..' Amount paid This coupon, U presented at the World office at Wenatehee, Wash., will be accepred for the number of votes subscription sched ule calls for, in favor of the contestant thereon. Cash must ac company this vote. The World-Advance Voting Contest. Fill in the nam'? of the lady you* wish to vote for and the district in which she lives. Bring or m/il to Manager, Contest Department, Wenatehee Daily World, Wenatehee, Wash. This coupon as one vote for Miss \ District Xo This coupon not good after Saturday March 21. tinned Mr. Wilmot. "We are ready to go ahead with out prelimi nary work just as soon as the ci:y council takes favorable action on our franchise. We have looked the situation over carefully, and believe there is a good field here for the industry we desire to esrabiish. The proposed franchise, the copy of which I am leaviug with you, asks for nothing unreasonable." Referred to Committee. Mayor Geilatly assured Mr. Wil mot that it was the policy of the city to encourage capital in every way possible and consistent with the best interests of the city. "1 will re fer your application for franchise with the copy you submit, to the committee on franchises. They will take it up with the city attorney and the city engineer and make a thor ough investigation. I cannot say just how soon we can let you know the result, but we will make as much haste as possible, consistent with the city's best interests."