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•ft CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. UNDERTAKERS. SPRAGUE & RUPPE, FUNERAL directors and licensed embalmers, L. E. Ruppe, Mgr. Phone 1376. Licensed lady embalmer. Private ambulance. Cain? answered at all hours. Wenatchee, Wash. THE WENATCHEE UNDERTAK ING COMPANY. C. G. Hall, presi dent; H. N. May. sec., treas. and mgr. Funeral Directors and Li censed Embalmers. Mrs. H. N. May. lady assistant. Parlor, No. 19 Mission street north, third door north of Great Northern ho tel. Phone 1166. Open day and night. Wenatchee, Wash. DENTISTS. DR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist. Phone 1466, Columbia Valley Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash. DR. HUTCHINSON, Dentlat, over Mechtefs Bakery. Phone 981. ATTORNEYS. MARTEN ft BARROWS, Lawyers. Rooms 1-2-2S First National Bank Building. Phone 693. LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers. Farmers ft Merchants Bank Build ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Luding ton, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor ney. CHAS. T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate ros, Wash. Notary Public. ARCHITECTS. M. W. BIRD, Architect. "Builder of Fine Homes." Phone 568. CONTRACTOR A. E. EDWARDS. CONTRACTOR. Plastering; also brick, stone and cement work. Sidewalks a special ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitas street, Wenatchee, Wash. FRATERNAL NOTICES. A. O. U. W., No. 88. meets at Eagle hall first and third Friday nights of each month. Neil Cotart, M. W.; Artie Tedford, Recorder. L O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No. 157 meets every Saturday night at LO.O. F. hall. P. H. Sherburne, noble grand; J. E. Gipe, vice grand; George D. Perry, secre tary. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Howard Camp No. 3973, meets ev ery Thursday evening at Sprague's Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. Anna W. May, Recorder; Clara Scott, Oracle. 9E ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the first and third Wednesday of the month In Eagle hall. Visit ing members cordially Invited to attend. J. C. Campbell, Illustri ous Protector; Miss Anna Kyle, Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS—Daniel McCook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays of each month at 2 p. m. Mrs. L. Wenner, president; Anna W. May, Secretary. RED APPLE CAMP NO. 10747, M. W. A., meets every Monday night, at Sprague hall. All visiting mem bers are cordially invited to at tend. C. M. Rice, Counsel. W. S. Raymond, Clerk. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN, Columbia Homestead, No. 682, meets first and third Tues days of each month at Sprague Hall. For information see U. F. Lake, Deputy. W. A. Grant, Fore man; C. W. Jorgenson, Correspon dent. g. A. R., Daniel McCook ijMt post, No. 105. Department iW of Washington and Alaska JKL meets 2d and 4th Fridays of each month at Odd Fel lows Hall. LP. Ferrin, Commander; M. O. Merrill, Adjutant. F. & A. M., River- J\N side lodge No. 112, meets every Ist and 3rd Frsday of each month at Bower hall. A. Baptie, W. M.; R. H. Now lan, Secretary. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA meets, every Friday evening in Sprague hall. Visit ing Woodmen cordially Invited. Terry Ross, clerk; B. F. Anderson, counsel. TEMPEST REBEKAH LODGE NO. 114 meets in I. O. O. F. hall the second and fourth Wednesday eve nings of each month. Elenora Rhodes, N. G.; Caroline Holcomb, V. G; Bertha Page, secretary. CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; f 1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. DETECTIVE AGENCY. C. D. A. DETECTIVE AGENCY—G. C. McDonald, manager. All con sultations confidential. Superior cases requiring superior knowledge especially solicited. P. O. Box 67, Wenatehee, Wash. CIVIL ENGINEERS C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe cialty. Office, Second floor Dally World building. Wenatchee, Wash. FRED BERRT, Civil Engineer. Land surveying, sub-division work, esti mates, and irrigation projects. Phone 1564. County Engineer's Office, Wenatchee, Wash. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS J. H. BLAKE AND C. P. SCHILTZ. Physicians and Surgeons. Office Specialties. Dr. Blake disease* ef women and children. Dr. Schllti diseases of eye, nose, throat and fitting of glasses. Office in Post •fflce building. MUSICAL. WENATCHEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ORATORY—BB MISSION ST. PIANO. VOICE AND DRAMATIC reading. Instructions in any of these departments. Will comply with the graded course of all stand ard schools of the United States. C. O. BROWNELL, Conductor. Phone 2325. MISS E. F. SCOTT, who has beea studying abroad for the past two years, is prepared to receive piano forte pupils. Phone 936. MISS EDYTH DALLAM, Coloratura Soprano and Pianist (Oberlin and New England Conservatories) will accept vocal and piano pupils. Ap ply at 434 Orondo avenue, between 9 a. m. and 12. 9-15 LILLIAN B. VAUGHN, Music Teach er. Studio in Halbert Block, Room 8. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY, Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation, Power, or Electric Plants. Gas Producers. 26-26 P.-I. Bunding, Seattle, Wash. tf ARCHITECTS. J. W. SUSSEX, Architect, Columbia Valley Bank Building. CEMENT CONTRACTOR WE ARE PREPARED to give esti mates on all kinds of cement work. Sidewalks a specialty. All work guaranteed first class. Phone 1054. L. D. Pettit, 246 North Chelan. LIVERY DRUMMERS AND OTHERS desiring to make the drive to Peshastin and Cashmere will be met by Tapley's teams at Leavenworth, Wash. 9-18 FRUIT NEEDED FOR A.-V.-P. HELP THE CHELAN COUNTY Ex hibit by taking boxes of nicely packed fruit to the Great Northern Express office for shipment to the exposition. No charges for ship ment. Call up George H. Farwell, phone 595. A.-V.-P. Committee, tf ORCHARD FOR RENT. IRRIGATED ORCHARD RANCH ON Lake Chelan, Wash. Cash improve ment or share term lease. Ad dress Vollmer Bros., Lakeside. Wash. 9-20 ALCOHOL FOR SALE DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale In small or large quantities, by F. T. Blunck. Phone 573. tf COW FOR SALE. FOR SALE —Fresh cow and calf. Inquire Etzkorn's tailoring shop, Columbia Valley Bank bldg. 9-13 WOMEN WANTED. HAND HtONERS WANTED at the Wenatchee Steam Laundry. tf ROOMS AND BOARD. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS with or without board, at 801 Methow street. 9-17 COTTAGE FOR SALE. COTTAGE, 24x24 on 50-foot lot, for sale at a bargain. Close in. Price $900, $200 cash and balance like rent. Write C. 8., care Daily World. 9-15 CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; fl.oo A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. SIX YEARS OLD 20 acre apple orchard, water-right, small house, fine soil. 2 miles out. $400 per acre, $2,500 down, bal ance one, two and three years. This belongs to a non-resident and the price is dirt cheap. McKennon, Phy & Roberts, La Grande, Ore gon. 9-7 OKANOGAN FRUIT LANDS UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OKA nogan Irrigation Project. Land located on state roa-,1 between Omak and Riverside; 5. 10. 90 acre tracts, under the government irrigation ditch, which insures perfect distribution and irrigation conditions. Address George E. Baker, Owner, Omak. Wash. 11-9 OKANOGAN RANCH FOR SALE AN OKANOGAN RANCH for sale. 80 acres under cultivation, all ir rigable, water guaranteed next year. Perennial springs. All soil. $250 per acre. Adrdess H. O. Htnde, owner. R. F. D. No. 1, Okanogan. Wash. tf SOO ACRES FOR RENT. 300 ACRES PERFECT SOIL under thorough Irrigation, right at trans portation, for rent for truck farm ing in cash or on share oxops. John W. McGinnis, Brays P. 0., Wash. tf CHOICE TRACT FOR SALE. FROM 5 TO 8 ACRES of dead level land with 300 feet frontage on Columbia river, one mile from We natchee postoffiee. Watered the year round by private pump. All set to two year old trees, best va rieties. Magnificent view. Finest homo site in valley. Apply owner, P. O. Box 414, Wenatchee. tf FEED BARN AND CORRAL FOR SALE. FERRY FEED BARN AND CORRAL with a 3-room house, at end of Orondo street, next to Columbia river. Phone 623 or call John H. Byrns, 209 Chelan Aye. So. 9-2.6 WANTED 1,000 CUSTOMERS WANTED to use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T. Blunck, Phone 573. Wenatchee, Wash. tf GIRL WANTED. COMPETENT GIRL for general housework. Phone 1601 or call at 4 South D Street. tf THE UPPER WENATCHEE VAL LEY offers rare opportunities to the in vestor or man of small means who wants to get an orchard. We are selling land at $100 to $350 an acre, with good water rights, near Leavenworth, and this is the very best land for winter apples, pears, etc. The water Is good, fuel is plenty, and the climate is fine, with no dust storms. Come and see our fruits grown without irri gation, or address Jas. A. Dorman, Leavenworth, Wash. 9-23 ROOMS FOR RENT. FURNISHED housekeeping rooms for rent. Single rooms also. Call at 119 Chelan Aye. South. Phone 1065. 10-7 HORSE AND HARNESS FOR SEVEN YEAR OLD HORSE, weight 1100, for sale; also one new buggy and harness; one set single ranch harness; one set 1 inch work harness; one set 1 % inch carriage harness. All new. Also three pair wool horse blankets. A. H. Moburg, 331 King street. 9-17 TEAM FOR SALE. GOOD DRIVING TEAM for sale, cheap. Call on W. G. Stacy at Wells & Morris or phone M. R. Marr, 338. 9-18 OKANOGAN PROPERTY. Al RESIDENCE PROPERTY, in the railroad terminal of the new branch of the G. N., Brewster. 4 room house, 2 lots 25x140, all un der picket fence, water piped into house and lawn, new 2-story barn 18x30. Price, address F. A. Mc- Gum, Brewster, Wash. tf PIGS FOR SALE. YOUNG PIGS for sale, 8 and 9 weeks odd. Phone 525 or write E. P. Zimmerman. R. F. D. 1. 9-18 CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP erty. LEMON & CROLLARD. tf MONEY FOR HOME BUILDING purposes. LEMON & CROLLARD. cf HORSES STRAYED OR STOLEN. $15.00 REWARD for recovery of 3 horses, two bays, one a horse the other a mare, weighing 1000 lbs. each, 6 years old, the former branded Z on right hip, the latter branded $ on left hip. Work marks on each, with a star in their fore heads. An iron gray horse, weight 1000 pounds, 9 years old, with work marks. Communicate with S. S. Patrick or S. H. Hamilton, R. F. D. No. 3, Wenatchee. Wash. 9-18 CARPENTERING AND PAINTING. CARPENTERING AND PAINTING done reasonable by day or by con tract. W. H. Flory, Wenatchee, Wash 9-16 TREES FOR SALE. STARK BROS.' trees, Wenatchee grown, best commercial varieties, for sale by S. B. Jeesup, 244 North Mission. 10-14 PIGS FOR SALE. PIGS FOR SALE from 6 weeks to 3 months old. Phone X 34. George O. Groff, R. F. D. No. 1. 9-27 5-ACRE TRACT FOR SALE. 5% ACRES, 1 mile from the bridge and under the high line, In East Wenatchee, $1,800. $200 cash will swing this. Interest 8 per cent. See the Apple Land Co. im mediately if interested. Telephone 25. 9-15 WANTED TO BUY. SECOND HAND COOK STOVE. Write J. F. Tostevin, Box 21, or phone 2565. 9-17 ROOMS TO RENT. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, with modern conveniences, for rent. 4 South B street. 9-15 HAT PIN LOST. LOST—One round, gold-headed hat pin. If found leave at World of fice and receive reward. 9-16 RING LOST. LOST—Ring, initials F. C. R. Re ward to finder. Return to World office. 9-16 WANTS WORK FOR BOARD. YOUNG MAN wants employment morning and evenings for board and room while attending school. Phone 201. 9-20 LOCAL MARKET TODAY. Flour. Wenatchee Best $1.40 Peach Blossom $1.40 Harrington $1.40 Butter and Eggs. Local ranch 40c Creamery Butter, 2-lb rolls. .80-85 c Meat and Poultry. Round steak 15c Loin steak 18c T bone steak 20c Pork chops 15 @ 18c Pork roast 15 @ 18c Veal chops 18c Veal cutlets 18c Veal roasts 12% @ 15c Mutton chops 15 to 18c Mutton roast 12% @ 18c Mutton stew 10c Chickens, dressed 16c Spring chickens 22 %c Fresh Fish. Pound Salmon 16c Halibut 12 %c Perch 1 Salmon trout 17 %c Smelt 12 %c General Groceries. Eating apples $1.50 Lard, 5-lb 85c Sugar 14 lbs. for $1 Potatoes, new l%c Local cabbage 4c Local radishes 6 bchs. for 25c Local turnips, lb 4c Summer squash 5 to 10c Pumpkin, lb 2c Plums, basket 30 and 35c Grapes, lb 10c Bartlett pears, basket 30c Tomatoes 8 l-3c Hawaiian pineapples 40c Lemons 30 and 40c Oranges 30 and 40c Bananas 40c Local lettuce 16c Head lettuce 2 for 16c Grape fruit 3 for 26c Carrots, lb 2%c Parsley, bunch • 6c Celery, bunch 10 and 15c Dry Onions *c BUILD BOAT FOR COLUMBIA CRAFT TO CARRY 60 PASSEN GERS ON RAPID RIVER—BE TWEEN HANFORD AND PASCO, AND KENNEWICK. Hanford, Wash., Sept. 13.—A new boat will be plying on the Columbia river between this town and Pasco and Kennewick in a few weeks, owned by the Hanford Irrigation company. The new boat has been built in Wisconsin, where it is now being given its final tests, and will be shipped to Pasco ready for the water. It will be used exclusively for pas senger service and will carry about 50. It is fitted with a 60-horsepower engine and will make the 45 mile trip between Hanford and Pasco and Kennewick in three hours. A new floating dock has been built here for the use of the new boat and everything is in readiness for its ar rival. BANKERS ANNUAL CONVENTION Chicago, Sept. 14.—The American Bankers' association began its annual convention in the Auditorium this morning at 10 o'clock, with an un usually large attendance of dele gates and a liberal sprinkling of visitors and onlookers. The associa tion was welcomed to the city by Joseph T. Talbert. president of the Chicago Clearing House association, and to the state by Gov. Charles S. Deneen. To the words of welcome Col. Robert J. Lowry, of Atlanta, former president of the association, responded in behalf of the visiting bankers. The exchange of greetings was followed by the presidential address of George M. Reynolds of Chicago and the annual reports of the other officers of the association. Reports of the standing committees concluded the work of the initial session. Features of the program this after noon were addressed by Hon. Joseph G. Cannon, speaker of the house of representatives; Lawrence O. Mur ray, comptroller of the currency, and James J. Hill, president of the Great Northern railroad. No sessions of the association are to be held tomorrow. In the fore noon there will be sessions of the trust company section and the clear ing house section and also a meeting to organize an association of secre taries of state bankers' associations. In the afternoon the visiting bankers will go to Gary.'nldiana, to inspect the plant of the Indiana Steel com- pany. Hotel Ivy, 4035 15th Avenue N. E., Seattle, near A.-V.-P. entrance. Rates reasonable. Rooms reserved. •••9-15 Take warning and save money. On September 1 coaster brakes will ad vance 25c. J. J. Eyer, 14 N. Mis sion. ••• Local green onions ....6 bchs. 25c Crabapples 3 to 4c Local string beans 8c Sweet Potatoes 4clbs. 25c Watermelons, each 10 to 20c Cantaloupes, doz 20 to 30c New cooking apples lb 3c Blackberries $2.73 Beets, pound f.c Cauliflower 10 and 15c Local cucumbers, doz 15 to 20c Local peaches $1 to $2 Local corn, doz 10 and 15c Alfalfa, ton $20 Timothy hay, ton $25.00 Wheat hay $25.00 Folgers Golden Gate Coffee The aroma-tight can protects U against impurities and deteri oration—never aoM in bulk. Your grocer will grind it better if ground at home—not too fine. 2 Chicago in Readiness for Taft Visit. Chicago, Sept. IB.—The finishing touches to the preparations for the visit of President Taft were put on today. The president will arrive on the Lake Shore railroad at 11:30 o'clock tomorrow morning and will leave the train at Garfield boulevard. The program of the day will begin with a parade of 150,000 school chil dren. The commercial club will ten der the president a luncheon at the Congress hotel at 1 o'clock, at which he is expected to make a few informal remarks. At 2:30 he will visit the Art Institute. An hour later the Hamilton club will take tbe president in Charge and escort him to the West Side ball park where he will see a game between the New York and Chicago teams of the National league. Returning down town the presi dent will dine at the Congress hotel with members of the Hamilton club committee and city and state officials. Then will come a public meeting in Orchestra hall and after that a ball of the American Bankers' association, which the president will attend be fore retiring to his train at midnight. At 3 a. m. the Taft special will de part for Milwaukee. HIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings that No Wenatchee Citizen Can Af ford to Ignore. Danger signal No. 1 comes from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when the kidneys are sick. Well kidneys eycrete a clear, amber fluid. Sick kidneys send out a thin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red, ill smelling urine, full of sediment an#* irregular of passage. Danger signal No. 2 comes from the back. Back pains, dull and heavy, or sharp and acute, tell you of sick kidneys and warn you of the approach of dropsy, diabetes and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and cure them permanently. Here is proof in the statement of a nearby resident. Mrs. M. Norrls, Roslyn, Wash., says: "My kidneys gave me a great deal of annoyance for a number of years. My back ached most of the time, and I often had such severe attacks at night that it was almost impossible for me to turn. In the monirng I felt all worn out, and" headaches and dizzy spells were com mon, causing me much misery. I learned about Doan's kidney pills through one of my neighbors about two years ago and procured a supply. 1 took them- as directed and they proved to be a reliable remedy for disordered kidneys. I have used Doan's Kidney Pills on several occa sions since and have always received prompt relief." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name — Doan's and take ao other. Special Meeting. All interested in the civic improve ment of Wenatchee are urgently re quested to be present at a special meeting of the Civic Improvement League, to be held at the Baptist church Wednesday evening, Septem ber 16. at 8 o'clock. A. A. PIPER, President. 15*** Eagle Transfer Co. INC. CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER Special Attention to Baggage. Boa to AH Trains and Boats. WENATCHEE, WASH. Phono 1101.