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Get to the point of Tungsten Specialties Apolux Shades and Reflectors —the latest development for Tung sten lamps. WENATCHEE ELECTRIC CO. CITY BREVITIES J. D. Monroe was in Ephrata yes-1 terday on business. Mrs. W. G. Pate, who has been in Spokane the last month visiting rel atives, returned home to day. Mrs. Harry Collins, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sparks, for two weeks, returned to Waterville today. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dillon visited: friends here yesterday. They are from j Chiwaukum. T. A. Delaney and daughter of Cashmere were business callers here yesterday. S. O. Rue returned from a two weeks' visit in Seattle yesterday. Judge Navarre returned from a business trip to Seattle yesterday. D. P. Foster, who has been visit ing in Seattle for a week, returned to Wenatchee yesterday. J. Keiser was a business caller in Cashmere yesterday. John Bjerke, old-timer of Leaven worth, spent a couple of days here *his week looking around. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and son, who spent a couple of days here this week, returned to their home at Tram. They had been east two months. F. V. Huggins and wife, of Quincy. were visiting friends here today. Jack Quigg returned from Peshas tin yesterday. The Greatest Success In the History of Wenatchee Theatricals THE WHIRL (T TH* TOWN WILL BE REPEATED TONIGHT AT THE WENATCHEE THEATRE I got better results last night from Wenatchee home talent than i-.i any town I have visited in months. It was actually better than flic Spo | kane show. Tonight we will do better. (Signed) JAMES W. EVAXS, Author and Director of "Whirl o' th' Town." IT WILL BE BETTER THAN LAST NIGHT Reserved Seats $1.00 A Few 50c. Special Rate For School Children 25c THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1909. Miss Lulu Ouren came up from Wenatchee Monday, where she has been attending Mrs Costello and Miss Carr, who are under a doctor's care at that place.—Leavenworth Echo. H. E. Carr went to Wenatchee on business last Wednesday. While there he visited his siter, Miss Mat tie, who has been at Dr. McCoy's hos pital for a week or two. Miss Mattie is improving and hopes to be back home soon.—Leavenworth Echo. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lenhart, who have been visiting relatives here for a few days, returned to Quincy this morning. Mrs. Lenhart's sister, Stella Graham, went back with her to visit. Lewis Dalby, an Indian inspector from Washington, D. C, passed through here yesterday on his way to Spokane. C. P. Bissett. of Chelan, is spend ing a few days in Wenatchee. Several thousand dollars to loan on approved city and farm security. J. A. G«!latly ••* .Mrs. C. H. Fredenckaen and daugh ter. Lucy, passed through here today on their way from Seattle to Che lan to visit. Mrs. Louis Mullerleile of Cashmere was here on business yesterday. \. X. Wictmann, of Chicago, is looking over the valley. He arrived yesterday. H. F. Klaas, of Bridgeport, was a business caller here today. C. O. Brownell, a pupil of Schoeler j of Dresden, and Wm. Shakespeare, of London, and post graduate of the] Boston School of Music, music school director and teacher of voice and voice coaching in repertoire for bal-; ! lad, oritorio and opera singing in French, German, Latin and English, with _."> years of practical work, comes to the city of Wenatchee to make his future home. Mr. Brownell says it was his intention to quit mu sic at the end of this school year, but 'since coming here has been persuad ed to take up the art for two days i This week a change was made in } the Ellis-Forde Co. store in Cash mere, P. W. Anderson taking the j place of D. T. Fisk. The latter is to have charge and management of the | dry goods department in the Wenat chee store of the company, a promo- C. O. BR OWN ELL Tenor in the week and will fill the list for pupils for hose two days Monday and Thursday. The Eagles hall will be used until permanent quarters can be found, and if the venture proves a success will put in a school of mu sic covering all practical branches. Those desiring to meet Professor Brownell for the purpose of having voices tested and talk over rates and study can find him at the Eagles hall Monday at 1 p. m. until f>:3o p. m. Register at Miss Vaughn's studio and Sherman Cla»' Piano House. tion Mr. Fisk richly deserves. [. \V. Cut s went to Spokane on business yesterday. E. M. Thayer, manager for the Paget Sound Marble and Granite works, was here several days helping I W. R. Clary. WATCH FOR IT! On the One Hundredth Anniversary . of Lincoln's Birthday, February 12 The DAILY WORLD will publish a fac-simile copy of » » . . The New York Herald April 15, 1865 Containing the account of the assassination of President Lincoln. You'll want some copies for your friends. We will mail them for you. F. A. Reynolds, postmaster at Rey nolds, left for St. Louis last Wednes day with his little daughter, who is afflicted with infant paralysis. Mr. (Reynolds is taking her to a specialist | for treatment in the hope of effecting i a permanent cure. — Leavenworth Echo. George Brewster returned from a business trip to Brewster yesterday. Rev. Hyatt and daughters were entertained last evening at dinner jby Mr. and Mrs. C. C« Ward, on Pa- I louse street. A marriage license was issued this morning by Auditor Godfrey to Wes ley M. Bliss and Miss Hose Catherine -Fowler, both of Lakeside. A daughter was born this morn ing to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones, of Chelan avenue. Little Oscar Moody, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moody, of Pennsylvania ; avenue, is quite ill with tonsilitis. F. J. Cole, of Snokan«, came last ■■ night to spend a tew days with C. H. Merritt and visit his ranch on Wheeler hill. E. Gaunt has disposed of his five and one-half acre ranch to F. M. ; Smith, of Wenatchee, for a considera tion of $6,000. Mr. Smith as taken (possession, and Mr. Gauntt will move Ito Wenatchee, where he will follow his trade this summer.—Cashmere J Record. || The only Baking Ponder 10 GUARANTEE BANK DEPOSITS (Continued from First Page.) 70 per cent of value; deposits which r bear no interest are insured for full value. When a bank becomes insolvent the state bank examiner becomes its receiver. He takes charge of the assets and pays the depositors from the reserve fund. This fund is re imbursed to the extent of the assets. Senator Paulhamus also amends the banking law so that one bank may not hold stock in another, after the manner of Morse and Heinze; that the board of directors must ex amine securities every week and make a certified report to the bank examiner and must keep 30 per cent of demand liabilities on hand. Good housekeepers don't buy ground coffee," says Mrs. Brown. "It loses its strength—is not near as good as Folger's Golden Gate whole roast, ground just before using." ** A. V. Huff went to Colville on bnsi ness yesterday.