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n FOR IPQUGHKEEPSIE REGATTA RECORDS OP PAST RACES. First Second Third Columbia, Cornell, Pennsylvania Cornell, Harvard, Pennsylvania Cornell, Yale, Harvard Cornell, Columbia, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania, Wisconsn, Cornell Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Cornell Cornell, Columbia, Wisconsin Cornell, Wisconsin, Columbia Cornell, Georgetown, Wisconsin Syracuse, Cornell, Pennsylvania Cornell, Syracuse, Georgetown Cornell, Pennsylvania, Syracuse Cornell, Columbia, Navy Syracuse. Columbia, Cornell Year 1695 1896 1897 1898 1899 1999 1901 1902 1903 1994 19pf» 1906 1907 1908 Poughkeepsie, N. V., July I.—The crews of Cornell. Wisconsin, Colum bia. Pennsylvania and Syracuse took their final practice spins on the Hud son today in preparation for tomor row's big regatta. The regatta will be the twelfth annual event held here under the auspices of the Amer ican Intercollegiate Rowing associa tion. Experts who watched the work of the various crews In practice to day are of the opinion that the race of the varsity al&i s - which is the big event of the regatta—is likely to prove quite as close and exciting as that of last. year, when four of the five crews had less than a leugth be tween first and last as they entered the last mile of the race. While Cornell rules favorite. Syra cuse and Wisconsin are counted iv the struggle. Pennsylvania and Co lumbia do not look so strong, though both appear to have improved consid erably during the last stages of their training. The first race of the day will be that of the varsity fours. The course is two miles, and the crews entered are Cornell. Syracuse and Pennsyl vania. The freshman eight-oared race will follow over the two-mile course, with Corn*ll, Syracuse, Co- LADIES BRING YOUR COMTWNGS TO THE PERFECTION BEAUTY PARLOR AND HAIR STORE. Will make mounted puffs of comb. ings for 20 cents for the next two weeks. Will be pleased to meet the ladies «C Wenatchee. NELIA PARKER, Room 17 Central Hotel, Over Red ( Cross Drug Store. BEAUTY PARLOR Hairdressing, Shampooing, Manicur-i ing, Face and Scalp Massage. Also carry full line of Hair Goods, Switches, Puffs, Pompadores and Rats from combings. Wenatchee ladies invited to call.: Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ALICE HUTTON Room 22, First National Rank Rldg. Rhone 1226. THE OLD RELIABLE TINAND SHEET METAL WORKERS Established 1892 We do all kinds of repair ing. Our equipment is the best In North Central Washington. Let us figure with you on your Iron, Sheet Metal, Tin and Furnace Work FERGUSON & SON Eagle Transfer Go, IXC. CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER Special Attention to Baggage. Bus to All Trains and Boats. WENATCHEE, WASH. Phone 1101. FIREWORKS Of Every Description THE WENATCHEE DAILY WOBLD, WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909. Time 21:25 19:59 20:34 20:47 4-5 20:04 19:44 3-5 18:53 1-5 19:05 3-5 19:29 2-5 20:22 3-5 20:29 19:36 4-5 20:02 2-5 19:34 1-5 lumbia. Wisconsin and Pennsylvania as contestants. The third and fea ture race of the day will be that of the varsity eight-oared shells, four miles, in which the entries are Wis consin, Cornell, Syracuse, Pennsyl vania and Columbia. Every train today is bringing its quota of visitors for the regatta. It is certain that If tomorrow is clear and the temperature inviting early in the day, at least 75,000 will witness the struggles of the college oarsmen in the three races. Of this vast num ber of spectators probably more than two-thirds will make the trip from the big cities of the east and the uni versity towns, where the early work of the home crews has been a subject of great interest for several months. JAPAN HONORS PERRY Yokohama, July 1, —Under the auspices of a most favorable charac ter a two days' celebration was in augurated here today to mark the fiftieth anniversary ef the opening of Kokohama to foreign trade. Popular festivities made up the program for the opening day of the celebration. Tomorrow the celebration will con clude with the unveiling of statues of Commodore M. C. Perry, of the Unit ed States navy, and Kamon-no-Kami, the Japanese prime minister, who ne gotiated the first treaty of commerce between Japan and the ouside world. The statue of Commodore Perry has been placed in Yokohama park, close to the American consulate. The sta tue is of bronze, seventeen feet high, and was modeled by B. Fujita after photographs supplied by the United States government and from pictures made by Japanese artists while Com modore Perry was in Yokohama. The cost of the memorial. Including a magnificent granite pedestal, exceed ed $100,000. Chelan Falls Notes. A. E. Abbott loft Wednesday morn ing for Seattle to visit the fair. R. K. Smith made a flying visit :to Spokane the latter part of last • week. He left here Friday evening ! about four o'clock in his rowboat for ! wenatchee and returned on the boat i I Sunday no»n. The trip from here to Wenatchee was made in a little less than four hours. That beats the < steamboat's time. The mill company has a crew of 15 men at work upon their flume this week. They expect to have the first half of it completed by Friday night. Then the water will be turned into it and they will run the mill for about ten days, after which they will turn out the water and complete the work on the ditch. The width of the ditch is being increased from five to eight feet its full length. Brown Brothers have the survey ors at work this week laying off all the property below town into five and ten acre tracts. Mrs. Charles Hazleton and Mrs. Hadley of Neal's canyon spent Mon day and Tuesday visiting at the Harry Hazelton ranch south of town. Invade John Barleycorn's Stronghold Louisville, Ky., July 2.—A lively interest is manifested in the local op tion election in the Fifty-first pre cinct in this city. The precinct is in the heart of Loulsvile's most fash ionable section and at present there is not a saloon in its boundaries. The Importance of the contest lies in the fact that it Is regarded as the open ing wedge in the campaign under taken by the anti-saloon Interests tb make the whole of Louisville "dry." Frank WMtaon and wife left yes terday for Spokane. PROGRESS OF SUF FRAGE MOVEMENT ANNA H. SHAW, THE SUFFRAGE LEADER, OUTLINES WORK OF THE PAST YEAR IN PAPER READ AT SEATTLE MEETING. "Seattle, July 2. —The following abstract of the report o f f Internation al Suffrage work was today read by National President Anna H. Shaw in the American Suffrage convention in session in Seattle: "I do not wish to take more credit for the International Woman Suf frage alliance than it deserves, but in the past five years this organiza tion has urged continuously the for mation of new national associations with such good effect that our roll call has stretched from 8 to 18. It has stimulated the growth of other associations and I believe it has been a spur to increased activity all along the line. * * * Our alliance has been able to correct many of the ma licious falsehoods which are so con tinuously and mysteriously circulated in the press of all lands, concerning the operation of woman suffrage in New Zealand, Ausiralia and the Unit ed States. "We have been able to find a plat form upon which all suffragists can stand together; it is the freedom which we give to the workers of every country to secure the suffrage for the women of that land upon the same terms on which the suffrage is now or may be granted to men * * * In our eighteen affiliated na tions we must add Austria. Just two months ago Sweden's house of commons passed unanimously a bill for universal suffrage for women. But. alas there was the house of lords. And so they must wait a lit tle longer. When we take into con sideration the achievements of Nor way, Sweden. Finland, Denmark and Iceland. T think we must give special honor and the first place to the Scan dinavian race. "The papers of Australia are say ing that since women have the suf frage 'There is no power on earth that can prevent the early adoption of equal pay for equal work.' " The following abstract of the re port of headquarters work was also read: "The year 1908 brought oppor-' tunities for special propaganda. Never before did a president of the United States through the medium of the high priest of the anti-woman suffragists Issue a manifesto on the question. Never before did the news paper interviewer put to every pos sible personage, politician or preach er, writer or speaker, inventor or ex plorer, captain of industry, social worker, actor, prizefighter, maid, matron or widow, the burnine query: 'What about votes for women?' "The American Federation of La bor, at its annual convention in Den ver, following its long established custom, passed a woman suffrage resolution. The federation is the strongest ally we have, representing, as It does, 2,000.000 members. Other important organizations endorsing are the National Council of Women, the Socialist party, the International Bricklayers and Stonemasons' union, the Women's National Trade Union league, the John Hopkins Alumnae association and the International Cot ton Spinners' union." Northfield Student Conference. East Northfield, Mass., July 2. — Twenty-seventh session of annual re ligious gatherings established here by the late Dwlght L. Moody, the evangelist, began today with the opening of the summer student con ference. The attendance at the open ing included college men represent ing most, of the big colleges and uni versities of the eastern states and Canada. The student conference will last ten days and will be followed in turn by the young women's conference, women's home missionary confer ence, summer school for women's for eign missionary societies, summer school for Sunday school workers and the general conference of Chris tian workers. Many prominent persons will ad dress these conferences, among them Canon Cody of Toronto, Dr. Arthur T. Pierson of Brooklyn, Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulus of Chicago, Rev. G. A. Johnston-Ross of Cambridge, Eng land, Rev. J. Stuart Holden of Lon don and Dr. W. T. Grenfell, the noted Labrador missionary. Mrs. B. M. Shlll came in from Se attle yesterday. Marie Baker of Chelan passed through here today on her way to Spokane, PROMINENT MEN TO SPEAK Seattle, July 2. —Seattle is pre paring to entertain an enormous crowd of visitors next week on the occasion of the Eighth International convention of the Epworth League. The league is the largest denomina tional society of young people in the world and its conventions attract thousands of delegates and visitors from all parts of the United States and from foreign countries as well. The convention will have its form al opening next Thursday. The of ficial program covers four <|ays of song and service meetings, but the diversions and instructions will be extended several days longer. An at tendance of from ten to fifteen thou sand delegates is expected. Special trains for the visitors will be run through from Boston, New York, Chi cago, San Francisco and other points. Elaborate plans are being made for the entertainment of the visitors. Never before have the Meth odists of the northwest taken such interest in a religious eve»:t. The president of the league is Bishop W. A. Quayle of Oklahoma City, who will preside at the main sessions of the convention. A num ber of other bishops of the M. E. church will take part, among them Bishop E. R. Hendrix of Kansas City, Bishop Edwin H. Hughes of San Francisco, Bishop W. H. Warren o* Denver, and Bishop William F. An derson of Chattanooga. The list of lay speakers is headed by Senator H. L. Bristow of Kansas, who will speak on the subject, "Christ Enthroned in the Political Life of the Nation." Senator Wes ley L. Jones of Washington will be another prominent speaker. The convention will have more than the usual number of musical features. These will include two pub lic performances of the oratorio, "Elija," to be given on the opening and closing nights of the convention. Teachers in Denver. Denver. Col., July 2.—During the past twenty-four hours hundreds of school teachers have arrived in Den ber for the annual convention of the National Educational association. The National Council of Education For The C. & 0. Boat Company announces a rate (including stage fare) of $4.00 Round trip good going on July 3rd or 4th and re turning not later than July 6th. Baseball Garries, Brilliant Fire Works, River, Lake and Mountain Scenery. Tickets on Sale Only at the C. & 0. Company's Wharf Boat will meet tomorrow, but the asso ciation proper will not begin its ses sions until Monday. In the meantime many of the teachers have gone on short jaunts to Maaitou, Colorado Springs and other resorts. From all indications the convention will be one of the largest ever held by the to 4th of July Wenatchee to Chelan and Return Clean Up and Save Court Expenses The city administration is taking strong measures in cases of negligence in cleaning np property. In order to care for the extra demand we are putting on an extra team Friday and Sat urday. We start in the alley at Washington and D streets and work toward the river. Please have everything ready. THE MOOREFIELD MEDICATED STEAM BATH PHONE 2372. FISKE & GILLETTE HEATING AND PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 14 Mission Street Phone 2375 EXCURSION association. Many educators of wide prominence are scheduled to address the main sessions and the many de partmental conferences which make up the convention. Miss Nellie Swartwood isrlsit ing friends in Quincy. J0& LATHAM, City Scavenger. 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