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ELECTRIC TALKS—No. 5
The Long Dark Hours Are Coming. Put Your Windows on a Flat Rate to Midnight and Get the Maximum Ad vertising Value for the Least Money TABLE SHOWING NUMBER OP DARK HOURS EACH MONTH FBOM Sunset to 6 o'clock 31 311 63 62 481 23j 4 Sunset to 7 o'clock 3 19 62 83 93 79 61 33 10 Sunset to 8 o'clock 9 30 59 93113124110 79 64 40 SO 6 Sunset to 9 O'clock 40 61 89124 1431155141107 95 70 51 35 Sunset to 10 O'clock 71 921119 155 173 186 172 135126 100 82 65 Sunset to 11 o'clock 102 123149 186 203 217 203163 157 130113 95 Sunset to 12 o'clock 133 154 179 217 233 248 234191188 160 144125 All night 2611302 343 408 442 483 468 385 374 310 273 241 Sunrise from 4 o'clock 5 24 44 68 89110110 82 62 30 6 Sunrise from 5 o'clock j 14 37 69 79 79 54 31 4 Sunrise from 6 o'clock | 7 29 48 48 26 4 Sunrise from 7 o'clock I I 2 17 17 2 | Wenatchee Electric Company ♦+♦♦♦+++++♦♦++♦+ * CITY NEWS. * The Musical Eckhardts will have in their entertainment Friday eve ning at the Wenatchee theatre, the largest and most complete collection of musical instruments and novelties ever assembled. Remember, Wenatchee Business College opens Monday, October 4. •• J. H. Miller of the Wenathcee Warehouse Co. returned yesterday from a week's business trip to Seat tle. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wine, of Che lan avenue, returned yesterday from a week spent in Seattle. Miss Flora Schively, of Olympia, arrived here yesterday to visit Mrs. Jack Oliver. John Aikin, of Aikin & Cassidy came in from Seattle this morning. One Night Only FRIDAY SEPT. 17 The Premier Swiss Hand Bell Ringers of America, Miss Beverly Thornton Concert Vocalist and Entertainer. The Cleverest and Most Versatile Concert Organization Extant. Come out and spend an evening with music and fun. MALE QUARTETTES, SOLOS, INSTRUMENTAL QUARTETTES. Proceeds Go to the Pipe Organ Fund of Christian Church Tickets on sale at Wenatchee Drug Store. DURING THE YEAR. June May April March February -January _ December November October September August July A. Reany came down from Brew ster yesterday, going to the fair. Mrs. Berhimer and daughter ar rived here the first of the week to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnson re turned today from visiting the fair. Alex. McDonald, of Clear Lake, Wash., is in the city today buying a carload of cattle from the Little- Wetsel Co. Remember. Wenatehee Business College opens Monday, October 4. *• Martha Luginbuhl, a junior in the high school, is sick with typhoid at Dr. Gilchrist's hospital. M. E. Hull will move from this valley to Winthrop, Wash., for the balance of the season. P. G. Dickie, who has been em ployed with Sherman Clay Piano Co. of this city, left yesterday for Spo kane. the Musical Eckhardts Assisted by THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1909. Mrs. L. G. Olds will entertain the members of the W. R. C. at her home at 28 South D street tomorrow afternoon, September 16, at 2:30. Bring your friends, also your dime and spend a pleasant afternoon. Some of the new boys' suits have two pair of pants at $6.50. Come in and see them. Schade & Parshall Co. *•* Mrs. E. E. Olin, who has been spending the past year in Wenatchee with her son, J. B. Olin, leaves today for her home in Wisconsin. She will visit in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene and other points on her way home. Tyrrell Schildnecht and sister, Miss Irene, left yesterday for their home In Colorado Springs. They have been the guests of H. R. Schildnecht and family. A new lot of ladies' embroidered linen collars just in. Some very pretty ones at 25c and 35c. Schade & Parshall Co. Clinton Towne came in yesterday after visiting the fair a week. Remember. Wenatchee Business College opens Monday, October 4. •* Mrs. A. E. Adams left yesterday for her home in Spokane, after visit ing her son, H. E. Adams, of the Ar row Transfer, for the past five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Black came in from a week's visit at the fair yes terday. Miss Dora Jones, who has been spending the summer at Lake Che lan, left yesterday on No. 4 for her home in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. William Garner, who have been visiting the families of V. L. and I. E. Garner and L. W. Smith, left this morning for their home at Minden, Neb. Their daughter, Miss Nina, who accompanied them, is a former schoolmate of Mrs. Rufus Woods, at the Nebraska Wesleyan university. Dr. Culp reports Miss Flossie Web ster, who has been very ill with fever, as recovering. William Pado shek and Glenn Young, also fever patients of Dr. Culp, are also recover ing. Here is something new for the boys. A large shipment of suits just put on sale. One of the good ones is a grey Norfolk with Knickerbocker pants at $2.75. Schade & Parshall Co. *** C. F. Eggiman, of the Fern Candy Kitchen, sold his half interest yes terday in the woodworking plant to George E. McCann. Mr. McCann is now sole owner of the woodworking plant. A. E. Knowles, of Knowles & Son real estate firm, went up to Leaven worth on business today. Mr. and Mrs. S. Connell left today for Seattle. Miss Lena Merz arriver here today from Madison, Ohio, to visit Mrs. W. G. Myers for two weeks. Mrs. J. H. Lizer, of Brodyon, lowa, and Mrs. L W. Daggett, of Sioux City, lowa, arrived here today on No. 1 to visit their sister, Mrs. H. L. Thomp son. John Carton, of Waterloo, lowa, is the guest of his niece, Mrs. H. L. Thompson. J. J. Kink, of Leavenworth, is in the city today on business. H. C. Godfrey, of North Dakota, who has been visiting at the home of W. M. McClinlick, left today for his home, by way of Seattle. J. R. Ogan and son returned this morning from Snohomish, where Mr. Ogan has been on business this week. Mrs. Frank Rainey and daughter came down from Waterloo this morn ing to visit at the home of William Claypool. Mrs. Plessinger, of Pateros, is the guest of Mrs. Frank Whitson, on Mis sion street south. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson re turned this morning from a visit up river with friends. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOUNTAIN PFN LOST. FOUNTAIN PEN LOST.— Mottled brown. Reward. Phone 262 or leave at World office. 9-15 PERSONAL. WILL THE PARTY who Is Interested in land and was talking with the lady on the train please call at 830 South Methow street or ask for H. C. Stephenson at the large cement building on Wenatchee ave nue. 9-17 GntL WANTED. GIRL WANTED—For general house work. Phone 2332 or call at 10 B Street South. 9-21 PAIR SPECTACLES LOST. LOST—Pair of gold rimmed eye glasses, with chain attached. Re turn to office of L. H. Bowman Realty Co., over Wenatchee Bak ery, or phone 1744. 9-15 FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED. WANTED—Two or three furnlsed rooms. Phone 1953, or address X. Y. Z., care Daily World. Reply soon as possible. 9-18 Colored Baptists Meet. Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 15.—The National Colored Baptist convention which opened here today has attract ed nearly seven thousand colored Baptists of both sexes to this city. The opening meeting was called to order by the president, the Rev. Z. L. Thomas, of Columbus, who deliv ered his annual address. The meet ings of the men during the six days of the convention will be held at the Goodale auditorium, those of the wo men at the Second Baptist church. Washington Weather. Washington— Fair tonight and Thursday. After one month's vacation the ladies of St. Joseph's Altar society will again take up their work and meet each week, commencing tomor row, Thursday, September 16, at 2:30 at the parsonage. It is to be hoped that a large crowd will be present. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Jones, at 117 North Chelan avenue, Friday, at 2:30 o'clock. It will be a business meet ing primarily. All members are in vited to be present. Remarkable Record for Longevity. Uncle Ike W. Woods, of Tacoma, father of W. V ~ . >ds and uncle of Rufus Woods o th b city, is in We natchee today oi tfs way to Seward, Nebraska, to attend a family re union. He dropped off to visit mem bers of the family and to see the Jno. P. Nelson JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Agent for the famous E. Howard watches. The high grade Hamilton railroad watches. Also Elgin and Waltham watches. L. E. Waterman Fountain Pens. Rogers' Silver Plated Ware. Fine Watch and Jewelry Re pairing. Ladies' Attention! I sell the only original "MILITAIRE" steel spring collar support. De sign patent No. 36832. Fits any neck. Austrian Agate Beads, 25c. French Agate, 50c. Faceted head and cut steel, 75c. Any colors desired. Sent postage prepaid on receipt of P. O. or express order. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Liberal terms to agents and dealers. D. D. Reed, 363-4 Arcade An nex, Seattle. The Claibourne 718 Madison St., Seattle, Wn. Take Eastlake car at depot, transfer to Madison. Just five blocks to center of city. Rates reasonable. NOAH N. BROWN. DO YOU KNOW source and cause of the big red ap ple. He belongs to a family of six brothers and four sisters, the oldest of whom is in his 80th year and the youngest past 66—tne aggregate ages of the ten brothers and sisters being nearly 700 years. Four of the boys had considerable experience dodging confederate bullets during the great civil strife. The girls did not go to war but fought sever*—battles at home with those who in t- period of bad feeling, strife and ontlon, were designated as "Corperheads." This family was brought up in west ern Pennsylvania and soon after the war scattered into the frontier states and are now located in seven dif ferent states and have been all to gether only once in 52 years. We have dry bat.enes. Our tlrea stay patched. Get your supplies of us. J. J. Eyer. 14 N. Mission. ••• To the Public Having purchased the stock and business of the City Dairy and also the Castle Rock Dairy of this city, we wish to announce that we will be ready to furnish all old customers of these concerns with good, pure milk. Milk tickets will be sold at 12 quarts for $1.00, or 22 pints for $1.00. We positively guarantee that our milk will be pure and strictly unadulterated. Telephone Wenatchee Ice Cream Factory Are You Looking for That the Chewawa Cafe is the cleanest, brightest and most up-to-date place to eat at in the city. The management has made arrangements whereby they can take care of everybody promptly who wish good things to eat. Nothing will be spared to make every one feel at home. Come down and take your lunch eon with us. You pay only for what you eat and it is cooked especially for you. Our prices are very reasonable. Chewawa Cafe AUSTIN & CO., Prop. The Musical Eckardts will appear at the Wenatchee theatre Friday, September 17, in one of their first class entertainments. Entertainment given under the auspices of the Chris tian Endeavor of the Christian church. *•• In order to ac; mmodate those in Cashmere an<f vie." " v o wish to know more_ nana Rates tative of the Kb will be at the CasTjmertr mrtel, Thurs day morning, from 8:30 until noon. We will have plenty of maps and photographs of the country so that those who desire may get somewhat of an Idea of this "Second Wenatchee Valley." **• F. R. COLBERT. a Trade? A strictly modern house of 7 rooms, located on one of the best residence streets of Everett, only three blocks from business center of the city, to trade for a close-in property in Wenatchee, either resi dence or orchard. Musical Eckardts. Xntice to Cashmere Investors.