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HAPPENINGS OF OUR CITY George Fischel went to Eureka, Mont., yesterday, to be gone three weeks on business. George L. Lee went to Seattle yes terday to visit his family. He had been here all summer taking care of his forty acres of raw land. James Rea came up from Moni tor yesterday to spend a few hours with his folks here. He is a wood sawyer in Monitor. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Payton and children went to Missouri yesterday for a several months' stay. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Albin went to Soap Lake yesterday. Mr. Albin is suffering severely with rheumatism. They will stay there several weeks. Mrs. J. D. Williams, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ulrey, for several weeks, returned to Seattle Monday. F. W. Smith drove to Cashmere yesterday on business. C. P. Bissett, of Chelan, who has been visiting here a week went to Spokane last night on business. • R. A. Jones, a nurseryman, re turned to his home in Spokane to day. He had been here a week on business. D. W. Roderick went to Seattle Monday night on business. Charlie Campbell went to Spokane yesterday on business. Mrs. C. E. Lillis and son Jack re turned from Seattle yesterday where they had been visiting for several weeks. .Miss Bertha Rock of Waterville visited a few hours with Miss Kate Patterson yesterday. She was on her way to Ephrata to visit relatives. ' Mrs. J. A. Stewart of Seattle camp here yesterday on business. Miss Florence Hartman wen; Spokane yesterday. A. J. Linville went to Spokane yes terday on business. Rev. Perpseur of Harrington vis ited with Rev. E. O. Jessup for a Tew hours yesterday. He was en toute from Waterville to Harring ton. He had been holding meetings in Waterville. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gul lett, a ten-pound boy. Monday night. 1 Dr. McCoy was called to Cashmere fast night on account of the illness of Mrs. Dennis, mother of Mrs. J. J. €ape. , Arnim Dittman, .on of Dr. Ditt man, arrived here recently, and has entered the Wenatchee High school for this year ♦ Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Yeargain re turned from Los Angeles. California, this morning. B. T. Jepson. of Redding, Califor nia, arrived in the city this morn ing. He intends to look over the valley. M. H. Laron. of Mansfield. Texas, is a new arrival in our civ. He may locate here. Mrs. Wm. Varney, of Lakeside, was a business caller here yesterday. ELECTRIC FIXTURES: New supply just on hand on which we can make some attractive prices. Fixtures from $2.00 up. WENATCHEE ELECTRIC CO. NOTICE Hereafter any person, not in the employ of the Water Department, who shall dig up or otherwise interfere with any meter, service box, pipe, main, or other connection belonging to the City, will be prosecuted according to ordi nance No. 172. Carelessness which will cost the City several hundred of dollars makes this action imperative. P. H. SHERBURNE, Water Commissioner. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1900. W. B. Parker, a real estate man of Spokane, is in town for a few days. Z. E. Hayden returned from Spo kane last night. He visited his family for several days there. Miss Mabel Buzley, of Cashmere, was shopping here today. Mrs. Ella Hair, of Douglas, visited friends here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hardenburg re turned to Chelan this morning. They had been here several days, visiting among friends. Wm. Spring came down from Lakeside yesterday and took back a big load of freight. George H. Ellis, Jr., returned from Spokane last night, where he had been several days on business. J. A. Shotwell returned from Cash mere yesterday. T. J. Costello, of Leavenworth, was in town today on business. Mrs. F. Green, Chelan; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wentworth. Chelan, and Anna Tritsch, Chelan, were visitors here today. Mark Ayres returned to Chelan this morning. He had been here several days visiting and on busi ness. Mrs. H. E. Reeves and daughter. Daphne, went to their new home in Spokane yesterday. They formerly lived in Seattle and had been visit ing in Chelan for some time. They spent several days here with their old friends, L. O. Hall and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Primley of Se ! attle passed through here yesterday on their way to Waterville to visit relatives. Don't forget your invitation for : the W. O. W. masquerade, Thursday night, January 28. Prizes will he awarded. *** C. E. Huston returned from Tel ma, Wash., today, where he hud been on business for two weeks. J. W. Spencer came from Water ! ville yesterday to make Wenatchee his home. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Allen enter -1 ,'am at a musical tonight, at their home on Miller street. A crowd will i ;go out in a large bob sled drawn by I four horses. Evangelist James Clulow arrived; 1 from Seattle last night to conduct i j the meetings at the M. E. church.: beginning tonight. Lame Shoulder. This is a common form of muscu lar rheumatism. No internal treat ment is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely twice a day and a quick cure is certain. This liniment has proven especially valuable for muscular and chronic rheumatism, and is sure to give quick relief. Chamberlain's Liniment is also most, excellent for sprains and bruises. Price, 25 cents; large size 50 cents. For sale by all dealers. The Royal Highlanders will initi ate a class of candidates this eve ning at Eagles hall, followed by elec tion and installation of officers. Attorney W. M. Emerson, of Che lan, is in the city today on business matters. Walter E. Olive, of Spokane, is in town today. Mrs. Rose Clark, of the Souhtside, is critically ill at her home. A shipment of spring style dress skirts has just been received by Groves & Co. The colors are blue, black and brown. A special price of three dollars each will be made on these skirts for a few days. *** The Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodmen hired a bob sled last night and drove out to W r . S. Taylor's, at Sunnyslope. Refreshments were served and the guests spent the eve ning in having a good sociable time. SELLING APPLES FOR $2.00 AND $2.10. Frank Padoshek reports a very active demand in Seattle for Wenat chee apples. He held over several carloads of his apples from his 1908 crop, and these are now selling at j quite an advance over the prices of , last fall. He sold one carload the i first of the week of the standard va rieties, mostly Black Bens, for $2, and he has another carload in his i cellar which he has contracted for | $2.10. RUBS ACID ON HER FACE. CHELAN, Jan. 27.—Upon coming in from a long ride in the cold, Mrs. Archie Moore poured carbolic acid into her hand, thinking it was witch hazel, and rubbed it over her faes. She was painfully, but not seriously, burned. MBS. CHARLES COLVER DEAD. CHELAN, Jan. 27.—Mrs. Charles' Colver, wife of a well known rancher north of here, died this afternoon. Besides her husband, she leaves four little children, the oldest a son of 7 years of age. Partial paralysis was the cause of her death, she having, been gradually declining for six; months. She has been an invalid for two years. Charles Colver is one of the oldest settlers and one of the best known and most highly respected in the Chelan country. Four years ago he ran for county commissioner on the! democratic ticket, and, together with M. M. Foote. the candidate for the | New Goods Arriving Daily Specials For This Week 150 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, ranging in price from 50c to $1.25, to be closed out at 39c Several pairs of Boys' Long Pants to be closed out at a great reduction. Large assortment of Men's Suits to be closed out this week at 1-2 off Men's Trousers at One-Fourth Off. Boys' Suits at One-Half Off. Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, soft fronts, regular 85c, $1.00 and $1.25, at 37c Comforters Comforts $1.50 Comforts $1.65 Shawls Ladies' Headwear at One-Third Off. 150 White Waists, fancy fronts 79c legislature, led the party ticket. But for the republican landslide he would have been elected. He owns a large frnit and grain ranch a mile from the lake, up in the hills. BOUGHT A LARGE LOT. F. A. Mechtel today purchased from J. W. Bails, formerly of this city but now living at Findlay, Ohio, the 100x270 foot lot on Chelan ave nue, south of the Catholic church. The tract is all in bearing orchard, and Mr. Mechtel contemplates build ing on the lot in the spring. The price was $2,650 and the sale was made by the Martin-Bousquet Realty Company. MASQUERADE SKATING BALL. The masquerade roller skating ball at Shipp's rink last night, given by the Junior Band, was a great suc cess both socially and financially. A j large crowd was in attendance. There i were many unique costumes. The I first prize for the ladies, a handsome back comb, was given to Christine Williams. She represented a Mexi can girl splendidly. The second prize, a pretty hat pin, was given to W. L. Robillard, who was dressed as a girl, and he did it well. The prizes for the gentlemen, first a fancy scarf j pin, won by Hugh Jones, who repre sented a farmer; the second prize, a ' nice watch fob. was won by James ! Coulton, who was dressed up to rep , resent a colored gentleman. There ! were two sessions of skating, the party breaking up at 12 o'clock. A most enjoyable time was had by all. ; The judges were Rufus Woods, W. ;W. Gray and G. W. Coburn. CATHOLIC LADIES' CARD PARTY The card party given by the Cath olic ladies at Sprague hall last night was a very enjoyable affair. There were twenty tables on which "500" was played. A large crowd was in attendance. Mrs. Jake Miller won first prize, a handsome Japanese cup and saucer, among the ladies, and Mrs. Dr. Gilchrist won the booby prize, a doughnut cutter. Among , the men, Jake Miller won first prize, a nice cigar holder, and Sam Mills the consolation prize. A vocal solo by Miss Marguerite; Hughes pleased the audience. A j very fine piano solo was rendered j by Miss Kinne. Dancing was in- j dulged in by the guests and dainty j refreshments were served. This party was very successful bith financially . and socially. 50 pieces new Dress Ginghams to select from at 10c 50 pieces regular 15c Ginghams at 12 12c Best grade AFC Double Fold Ging ham at 15c Amoskeag Apron Gingham at 7 l-2c Calicoes 75 pieces of Calicoes in dark and light colors at 7c Bargains Few patterns in Double Width Mohair, fancy patterns, to go at 48c Per Yard CONCERT BY MYRNA JACK. j Judging from the sale of tickets | for the concert and dance next Fri jday night, January 29, under the auspices of the Ladies' Guild of St, • Luke's church, a full house is ex ipecfed. The concert itself is well | worth the price of admission, to say i nothing of the dance and refresh ments that will follow. The concert is given by Myrna Jack, violinist, 'assisted by Mrs. Neonetta Jack, so : prano, and Miss Grace Irene Jack, accompanist. The program is as fol i lows: Concerto IX Ch. De Beriot (a) Souvenir Franz Drdla (b) Scherzo Goens A Ton Coeur Allitson Mrs. Neonetta Jack, soprano, violin obligato. Spanish Dance Rehfield Valse Chopin Miss Grace Irene Jack, Mrs. Neonetta Jack. Hejre Kati Hubay Aria from "Aida" Verdi Fantasie Caprice Vieutemps The piano to be used in this con cert will be a fine, sweet toned Ever ett given to the ladies for that night through the courtesy of Sherman Clay & Company. Monday night the freshman class of the Wenatchee High School en joyed one of the merriest sleigh rides of the season. After several hours of sleighing, which they thoroughly en joyed despite the efforts of opposing upper class men. they stopped at the home of a classmate. Ruby Jones, where warmth and games and a de licious lunch of sandwiches, cake and coffee added further to their enjoyment. MRS. WILL H. LITTLE ENTER- Mrs. Will H. Little entertained a few of her friends at her home on E street, in honor of her mother. Mrs. O. S. Sampson of Leavenworth and Mrs. Joe Hardenburg of Lake side. The afternoon was pleasantly spent in playing "500." Fine mu sic was rendered and pictures were taken of all the party. A very nice luncheon was served. The guests were: Mrs. R. S. Reiser. Mrs. Chas. Flanigan. Mrs. Joe Hardenburg, Mrs. O. S. Sampson, Mrs. W. W. Gray and Mrs. John Godfrey. John Dodge, of Chelan, passed through here this morning on his way from Seattle home. Fancy Silk for Summer Suits, only one pattern of each kind, 75c Per Yard Suits Ladies' Suits closed out at One-Half Off. Ladies' Coats at One-Half Off. Misses' Coats at One-Half Off. All our Furs at One-Half Off. Skirts Entire line of Ladies* Skirts at One-Half Off. Shoes The new Spring Shoes are coming in. Children's Shoes 58c Children's Shoes 090 Children's Shoes 98c Misses' Shoes $1.10 Ladies' Shoes, "Comfort" $1.48 Ladies' Shoes, "Comfort" $1.95 Ladies Underwear Long line of Heavy Fleeced Underwear at 27c Garment A SLEIGHING PARTY. TAINS.