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he Wenatchee Bakery.*** Eagle Livery & Transfer Co. t Defying, Piano ftfpviug, Express ONE WHO DID IT I PROVIDED FOR OLD AGE V During the productive period of my life. Now I am old. my •■children -are able to protect themselves. My policy has matured. My companion and myself now have the cash for our support the remainder of our days. It has been a SAVINGS BANK for us, NOT AN EXPENSE; besides twenty years' protection for nothing. I DID NOT HAVE TO DIE TO WIN. Husband, Fa ther, Mother, Young Man, Young Woman, take a policy of Life In surance as protection for your, estate, those you love, and yourself in old age. Don't put dt off until it Is too late. DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS. The Modern Life Insurance Policy: THE GUARANTEED ANNU ITY OF THE BANKERS RESERVE LIFE CO of Omaha, Nebraska, gives you money while you live; pays insurance when you die; pro vides means for raising funds from your savings when you are In need. „ , Insurance in force over $25,000,000.00 Insurance In force State of Washington 2,500,000.00 Insurance in force Chelan County 250,000.00 Columbia Valley Bank Building # GEO* a, BREWSTER, Mmnmger WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON t——J a , g _ ■ B •- f ■ V. SPECIAL PRICE INDUCEMENTS I ALL THIS WEEK IN DRESSERS i AND i CHIFFONIERS I YOU CERTAINLY CANNOT MAKE A MISTAKE IN ORDER fefc. ING A DRESSER OR A CHIFFONIER FROM US THIS WEEK. fiV A a THE FIRST PLACE WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF ALL EAST ERN MAKES WITH A LARGE VARIETY OF DESIGNS AND Fl\- ISHES FOR YOU TO CHOOSE AMONG. IN THE SECOND PLACE, W/LWm YOV GET A PIEC<E OF FURNITURE TO BE PROUD OF AT A PRICE THAT WILL JUSTIFY YOU IN BUYING RIGHT NOW— MM * EVEN THOUGH YOU HAD EXPECTED TO WAIT A LITTLE LONGER. Imperial finish Dressers . . $10.00 up Solid Oak Dresser $16.00 up Birdeye Maple Dresser . . 25.00 up Chiffoniers .... $13.50 up 9 * STORIETTES | IECRET OF PERSONAL MAGNE TISM. 11/ Dr. W. R. C Latson. ■, It*, the first place, what does one nan mean by personal magnetism? Po me personal magnetism , means he power ot one person to attract md influence other people. 'Theories about personal magnet sin are like the poor—they are al ways with us. A number of enter wising charlatans have reaped tor- DAP.¥ WORLP, WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER S2, IPOS. tunes by promising to teach the gen tle art of personal magnetism. And what do they teach? Silly tricks which only confuse the misguided; student, make him stiff and self-con scious—very often ridiculous. But there is such a thing as I achieving the peculiar power com ' monly known as personal magnetism. ! And how can *t be done? First of ' all one must be truthful—must make it an invariable rule to see—or try to see—the truth, the plain, sim ple truth. He must not think of the .effect he is making. He must not think of himself. He must think . only of the truth. .! But that is not all. One might . have the habit of truth-seeing and of truth-telling, and'yet be regarded as a vague dreamer, a bore, a crank. I One must know exactly how to ex- I press what one has in his mind. Few I can do this. I know a big hea :ted. generous and charitable business man, and I have seen that mx>\ give a chtck, for a worthy charity with such a stiff, unsyifepathetic ma-nne., each i- curt and crusty speech, ?s to t wound the feelings i f the gent'ewo m.m Mho applied to Vim \u the name of her society. [ Now what was the matter? The \ poor fellow lacks magnetism. He ' feels kind things and does kind things; he cannot for the life of j him say kind things. :j What shall he do to get the per sonal magnetism so glaringly lack ing? p First of all, he must relax his stiff : muscles. Free play in the open air, care of the general health and the \ relaxing exercises which I have de f scribed elsewhere will do this. | Next he must .gain the power of expressing by voice and gesture what \ ever is in his mind. The best way— 5 the very best way-7-to get this power ji is to make a habit to .be simple, direct and absolutely sincere with every- Vbo&y. \ J A good exercise for the acquire ) ment of expressiveness is to take r. some good rattling poem, learn it by 3 rote, and then talk it when alone. I say talk it —not declaim it, or spout 1 It. Jest talk it, tell it in the simplest! tone possible. Lastly, to be magnetic you must be . | sympathetic. Realize that each man ;is different from all other men. No i two speak the same tongue. Try to guess the language of the man you are talking to, and talk to him in that. Then, if you are simple, sin cere and truthful, he will bow as he should, as I would, to your "personal magnetism." PHENOMENAL GROWTH OF BUSI NESS.- --| Mr. George O. Brewster, manager of j the Bankers Reserve Life company of Omaha, Neb., who has recently* opened a permanent office in the Col umbia Valley Bank Building in this city, reports to us that his company has written a wonderful volume of business in this valley the last •« days, placing over $250,000 of in surance. He also states that the rea son why the company has met with such success is that the business men and the ranchers of the valley know a good thing when they see it, and that it has been the effort of the com pany to present to the, people the best contract of insurance that has ever •been written in the United States. The new Guaranteed Annuity Policy is a winner and has proved an eye opener to many a man who took life insurance under pressure and some times merely to get rid of the agent, to discover that his despised contract has turned out to be his salvation. Mr. Brewster states that he is to be a fixture in this valley and will work Douglas, Okanogan and Lincoln coun ties this winter, making Wenatchee the headquarters of the company for Central Washington.*** >. V. For a Sprained Ankle. A sprained ankle mar ha cured in about one-third the time usually re quired by applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely and giving it abso lute rest. For sale by all druggists. INNOVATION AT THE GRILL. Beginning tomorrow morning at the Chewawa Grill fruit will be placed on all tables for the free use of breakfast patrons.. Thjs means more than ma \y appear at first thought. The basis ot nearly every body's morning meal is fruit. If this be given free and the balance of one's order only costs 10c to 20c, the ques tion naturally arises where will the management get off at? Well, the management of the Grill desires the public to know that it pays from ev ery standpoint to board at the Grill. Simply because the service there is recognized as superior to anything else in the city, the Impression has arisen that one can only afford to take an occasional meal at the Grill. But if a person is only paying 15c for breakfast he can spend 60c for his (or i her) other two meals. At the rate of 75 cents per day, board only amounts to $5.25 per week, even when cash is paid for each meal. But one may get 10 per cent discount by purchasing a $5.50 meal ticket for $5. This reduces the rate to $4.75 per week for the best board in the city. Meanwhile the boarder only pays for the meals actually ordered. To get credit for being absent there is no need to bother about notifying in ad vance or anything of that kind- Fi nally, meals may be had at any hour, and the amount of your order may be regulated by what your appetite calls for at the moment. It pays and is immensely satisfac tory to board at the Grill.*** j ratai mes. "Yes," said the beauteous young thing, "when I asked papa if I might !go mountain climbing he took my head | off. But 1 had my own way, of course, and finally the crowd got start ed, and you know they made me put on a lot of wraps and things that sim ply suffocated me. And about half way up I slipped and fell over a cliff and broke my neck! Indeed, yea And when they bad lifted and pulled me back on the trail I absolutely died from pain. But before long I was able to go on to the top. but by the time we were almost there I collapsed and sat down, for I could never breathe again. But they made me pull myself together and in time we got to the summit, and there It was so cold I froze to death! 00-ooh! And I was glad, I can tall you. when we came down at last, and as soon as they got me home I went to bed, dead from exhaustion.''—lndependent. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS W. E. Willis to D. P. Yeargain. $10, L 20-21-22-23 B 5 Great N. plat Wenatchee. E. A. Wyman to City of Wenatchee $1. 25-ft. strip west side L 9-10 B 43 replat First Add to Wenatchee. Wenatchee Waterpower Co. to A. McNeill, $4000, NWV4 NW% S 22- --( 23-20. ! Lewis Gans to Arthur Esres. $1, jWMj W% 3W% S 23-24-19. Lizzie Crollard to W. H. Dickson. $500. E'/ 2 WM L 1 B 43 replat First Aid to Wenatchee. X. Kinseherf to S. E. Ritchie $800, L G-7-S-9 B 19 First add Leaven worth. T. M. Jones to S. P. Beecher, |55», L 1 JB 3 Nob Hill addition »to Wenat chee. John A. Stewart to Martha M. Rice $25, B 5 and 15 Murray & Co. add. Wenatchee. David Murray to Martha M. Rice, $50, B 5 and 15 Mnrrajr * Co., add. Get Your Lunch Tomorrow Noon THE Chewawa Grill j -*-And have no fear that you will be either too early or too late. We are ready to you service every minute of the day from 7:00 a. in; to 8.00 p. m. < - • L— ' * jj-j w —i — hi WHY? —does Chas. A. Fry's new half-soling, power machine do better work in two minutes than the old-fashioned cobbler could accomplish in half an hour? BECAUSE —the lock of the stitch is made in the center of the out-sole, thus making it impossible to rip until the sole 4s utterly worn out. CHAS. A. FRY "THE SHOE MAN." Next door to Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. r Wenatchee Business College We are known as the school of Quality. The quality of our students teachers and courses gives us this distinction. Every de partment in charge of a specialist. COURSES OF STUDY Bookkeeping Department. Shorthand Department Mathematics Typewriting Bookkeeping . Shorthand Commercial Law Letterpress Work Legal Papers Business Correspondence Office Practice Legal Papers Punctuation Orthography Spelling Mimeographing § Those interested in a Business Education should send for our catalogue, which will be sent you by return mail, or still better, I call and see us. We are now located on top floor ot the Griggs* block, right abose'the Wenatchee Department store. B Principal. to Boleslow Japle, $185, L 1-2-3-4 B f 23, Columbia Bri-lge add, VVenatchee.j T. J. Groves re Silas Britton, $100,! L S B'S Burrc-i; . Ist add V.\ iaj L. H. Breese to David Sullivan.' $1100, L 31-34-33 B 22 Great N. plat Wenatchee. J. F. Proctor to A. D. Ellie, $1, L 25-26 B 13 Great N plat Wenat chee. -m ... . -L Ed. S. Russell I© I. W. Reeves, SI. S\V*> 33-23-20. E. F7 Morris et al to Sarah .Clapp, $650, L 12-13 B 37- G X plat tVe&at •chee. * * i. M. L. Beh> to M. F. Lucas, $10,- I 680, pt E>4 NW>4 S 77-23-19. J. A. Paine to Mrs. Helen Rogers $400, 1.20-21 B 36 G. X. plat Wenat rhftn .