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MIS. CUBE MACKAY
MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE DECLARES
THERE SHOULD BE NO "SHEET
OF CRYSTAL" SEPARATING WO
MEN OF WEALTH FROM THOSE
WHO WORK FOR DAILY BREAD.
New York, March 20.—Discussing
the world movement toward woman's
suffrage, Mrs. Clarence Mackay, so
cial leader, clubwoman, and wife of
one of America's richest men, takes
up the cudgels for her less fortunate
sisters in the following characteristic
"It ia pathetic," she declares, "to
think that there should be any divi
sion of feeling between the women
who have leisure and the women who
"Here they are. divided, as it were,
by a great sheet of crystal. They are
near together, and yet they are so sep
arated that, while those on the one
s'de can see those on the other, they
cannot hear them, or speak to tham.
or rightly understand them."
Mrs. Mackay, who is president of
the Equal Franchise society, is the
most prominent woman in America to
espouse the cause of women's suf
frage, and in the April number of
Munsey's Magazine she discusses her
reasons for actively taking the field
for equal enfranchisement.
"Why," Mrs. Mackay declares, to
my mind the real importance of giv
ing women votes would be found in
this—that a multitude of practical
questions now left unheeded would be
taken up and solved.
'We must see our opportunity.
There are filthy streets and frightful
tenements to be made clean and
wholesome. There are schools which
educate the children of the women of
today and these need constant care.
There is the injustice and the op
pression suffered by those women
who have to make a living for them
too loDg before you decide on buying that lot in Malaga, because at the rate they are going there will be but
a few left in a hhoit time. Go out tomorrow. You will make no mistake in investing your money in
The Townjfof the Future
The Columbia Kivcr run* by your door Mountains of scenic beauty are back of you, and between there
lies a magnificent territory of rich fruit lands. Buy a lot now and reap the profits that are sure to come.
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Wenatchee LM. DERIFIELD Malaga
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1909. ,
. "It Is such a mistake to fancy that
women who have leisure and money
are indifferent and frivolous. Noth
ing in the world could be less true."
Mrs. Mackay not only defends the
women of the "400" but points out
many ways in which women of ail
classes can work toward civic better
ment through the agency of the bal
Being a leader In the most exclus
ive social circles of America, Mrs
Mackay's attitude has attracted wide
spread attention. She first startled
her friends by standing for election
and defeating her opponent some
years ago in the school board elec
tions at Roslyn, Long Island, where
the Mackay country home is located.
Since that time Mrs. Mackay has
taken a keen Interest in political mat
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
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work, at Park hotel. Mrs. Keefer.
OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT—Office
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FURNISHED ROOM desired by
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and on good terms, telephone 1532.
BANQUET TO DELE
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pies; H. O. Stechhan, editor of the
Republic; E. H. Shepard, editor and
publisher of Better Fruit; C. J. Lam
bert, one of Grant county's favorite
sqns, and Hon. Frank Reeves of We
Those present were J. D. Bonar,
Waterville; A. L. Rogers, Water
ville; Wm. Edmund, Orondo; I. M.
MeGrath. Ephrata; S. O. McDonald,
Wilson Creek; C. J. Lambert, Wil
son Creek; F. A. McGuin, Brewster;
L. H. Bowman, Twisp; J. M. Pate,
Twisp; Deed H. Mayar, Leaven
worth; G. A. Hauber, Peshastin; A
S. Burbank, Cashmere; Louis Titch
enal, Cashmere; H. O. Stechhan, We
natchee; J. A. Gellatly, Wenatchee;
Frank Reeves, Wenatchee; Charles
B. Reed, Malaga; F. W .Cowan, En
tiat; Wm. Emerson, Chelan; George
D. Brown, Chelan Falls; Fred Mc-
Dermott, Kettle Falls; Arthur Hook
er, Spokane; M. Horan, Wenatchee;
E. H. Shepard, Hood River; Ed. Fer
guson, Wenatchee; A. C. Dallach,
Wenatchee; O. B. Fuller, Wenatchee;
E. A. King, Leavenworth; C. R. Grie
son, Hood River; H. L. Wiester, We
natchee; Arthur Gunn, Wenatchee;
D. N. Gellatly, Wenatchee; J. A. Mc-
Arthur, Entiat; W. T. Clark, We
natchee; Rufus Woods, Wenatchee;
Mr. Kiesling, Spokane; A. A. Piper.
Wenatchee; Mr. Pratt, Spokane; j
George R. Fisher, Wenatchee; J. F.
Webber, Wenatchee; George Far
SERVIA TO DISARM
(By Associated Press.)
St. Petersburg, March 20. —The
Belgrade correspondent of the Bourse
Gazette says, in a dispatch, that M.
Milovanovlce, foreign minister, told
him today that Servia had accepted
the advice of the powers to disarm.
Servia considers the action of the
powers to be a guarantee and she
no longer has reason to fear armed
attack from any source.
NO WORD OF 1
(By Associated Press.)
Shanno, Pa., March 20.—Bewail
ing and crying, James H. Whltla,
father of the kidnapped hoy, broke
down today when no word was re
ceived of the abductors. He stated
to the Associated Press that he was
r°ady to pay the $10,000 ransom at
any time and had authorized agents
to pay over the money. Mr. Buhl,
the boy's uncle, remained in Cleve
land today, ready to open negotia
tions with the kidnappers. Nothing
has developed to give the searchers
the slightest ray of hope.
A Car of Timothy and Alfalfa Hay
A car of Seed Potatoes
A Car of Chicken Feed
When the snow was on the ground we
had trouble to get dry wood. Our great
est trouble now is to get enough. We
have some on hands and lots coming.
CENTRAL PRODUCE CO.
W. M. Woodward, Spokane.
H. C. Frings, Pekln, 111.
L. D. Breedlore, Pekln, 111.
C. T. Tupper, Spokane.
W. H. Willard, Wapeton.
A. G. Spiker, Seattle.
George W. Wilson, Spokane.
Chas. H. Rann, Seattle.
C. W. Hauphurst, Seattle.
Ray F. Dent, Seattle.
F. A. Roehr, Seattle.
D. Currier, Detroit, Mich.
A. L. Baker, Mayervllle, Mo.
Wm. Hayden, city.
Jerome Morris, city. •
H. Madmuce, city.
James Keane, city.
I. M. McGratt, Ephrata.
W. B. Price.
P. J. Frein, Seattle.
Rose Kelley, Seattle.
W, 0. Fisher, Everett.
S. Heptor. Lewiston, Idaho.
George W. Stryker, Everett
G. W. Moore. Ererett.
Mabel Beesley went to Cashmere
today to spend Sunday with her par
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Win
dow and Door Frames, Grill
and Stair Work.
Cor. Second and Columbia.
Opposite Hayden Lumber Co.