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CLASSIFIED tt CENTS PER INSERTION; |(1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. UNDERTAKERS. BPRAGUE & RUPPE, FUNERAL directors and licensed embalmers, L. E. Ruppe, Mgr. Phone 1376. Licensed lady embalmer. Private ambulance. Calls 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, Dentist, over Mechtere Bakery. Phone 981. ATTORNEYS. MARTIN & BARROWS. Lawyers. Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank Building. Phone 503. LUDINGTON AND KEMP. Lawyers. Farmers & Merchants Bank Build ing. Phone 1141. R. S. Luding fon, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor ney. CHAS. T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate roe, Wash. Notary Public. ARCHITECTS. M. W. BIRD. Architect. "Builder of Fine Homes." Phone 618. J. W. SUSSEX, Architect. Room 7, Halbert Block. CONTRACTOR a. E. EDWARDS. CONTRACTOR. Plastering; also brick, stone and cument work. Sidewalks a special ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitas s'.reet, Wenatchee, Wash. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY, Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation, 1 Power, er Electric Plants. Gas Producers. 25-26 P.-I. Building. Seattle. Wash. tf 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. FRATERNAL NOTICES. COLUMBIA COMMANDERY NO. 14, Knights Templar. Masenic hall, second and fourth Wednesdays at 8 p. m. R. S. Ludington. Em. Com. A. L. Morris. Recorder. A. O. U. W.. No. 83, meets at Eagle Hall first and third Friday nights of each month. Neil Cozart. M. W.; Ad dis Tedfard, Recorder. I. O. O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No. 157 nif .-ts every Saturday night at I. O. O F. Hall. P. H. Sherburne, Noble Grand; J. E. Gipe. Vice Grand; George D. Perry, Secretary. ROYAL. NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA— Howard Camp No. 3it73. meets every Thursday evening at Sprague's Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. Anna W. May. Recorder; Clara Scott, Oracle. THE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS meet the first and third Wednesd?\s of the month in Eagle Hall. Visiting mem bers eordiallv invßed to attend. J. C. Campbell. Illustrious Protector; Mi6s Anna Kyle. Secretary. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS—Daniel Mc- Cook Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague Hall second and fourth Fridays of ♦>ach month at 2 p. m. Mrs. L. Wen ner. President; Anna W. May, Secre tary. RED APPLE CAMP NO. 10,747. M. W. A., meets every Monday night at Sprague Hall. All visiting members are cordially invited to attend. C. M. Rice, Counsel.; W. S. Raymond, Clerk. ROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO-, MEN. Columbia Homestead, No. 682, meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at Sprague Hall. For in formation see U. F. Lake. Deputy. W. A. Grant, Foreman; C. W. .Torgenson, SA£ G. A. R. Daniel McCook Post, flKm No. 105, Department of Wash- Jju& ington and Alaska, meets 2nd SSV and 4th Fridays of each month J&ffiL rtt Odd Fellows - Hall. I. P. iHHb Ferrin, Commander; M. O. Mer rill. Adjutant. (~*C\ MODERN WOODMEN OF >CjlßhL"v. AMERICA meets every Fri- day evening in Sprague )XhSrm3tf Hall Visiting Woodmen cordially invited. Terry ''J* ttfy Ross, Clerk; I?. F. Anderson, jjm. F. & A. M.. Riverside' J£V lodge, No. 112. meets Friday of each month Jr- at oßwer Hall A Bap- i r tie ' W - M'- R - H - NOW-. * \S l an > Secretary. TEMPEST REBEKAH LODGE NO. 114 meets in I. O. O. F. Hall the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each montn. Elnora Rhodes, N. G.; Caroline Holcomb, V. G.; Bertha Page, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS — VALLEY LODGE. NO. 116. meets every Monday night at Bower. C. J. Fenton, C. C; T. L. Ross, K. of R. & S. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1909. CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $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, Wenatchee, Wash. CIVIL ENGINEERS C. C. WARD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Irrigation work a spe cialty. Office, Second floor Daily World building, Wenatchee, Wash. ("RED BERRY, 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. F. SCHILTZ. Physicians and Surgeons. Office Specialties. Dr. Blake diseases of women and children. Dr. Schiltz diseases of eye, nose, throat and fitting of glasses. Office Rooms 1 and 2. Halbert Block. MUSICAL. WENATCHEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ORATORY—2B 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. tIISS E. F. SCOTT, Pianoforte Teacher. Room 11, Halbert Block. Phone 936. LILLIAN B. VAUGHN, Music Teach er. Studio in Halbert Block, Room 8. Phone 1321. LIVERY >RUMMERS AND OTHERS desiring to make the drive to Peehastin and Cashmere will be met by Tapley's teams at Leavenworth, Wash. 9-18 FRUIT NEEDED FOR A.-V.-P. rIELP THE CHELAN COUNTY Ex hibit by takrtng 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 696. A.-V.-P. Committee, tf WOMEN WANTED. HAND MRONERS WANTED at the Wenatchee Steam Laundry. tf MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP erty. LEMON & CROLLARD. tf MONEY FOR HOME BUILDING purposes. • LEMON & CROLLARD. tf WANTED—GirI for general house work. Phone 1524. 9-24 WANTED —Woman to cook in small hotel; wages $1 per day. Address. Box 62, Chelan, Wash. WANT THEM? 2XTRA GOOD LIGHT TEAM, weight about 1100, to go at reasonable price if sold soon. No. 5 D Street South. 9-24 DRESS MAKING. SEWING DONE by the day. Phone 2987. 9-24 TYPEWRITER FOR SALE.—New typewriter and leather case for sale on easy terms. Call at the World office. 9-24 EDUCATIONAL. THE WENATCHEE BUSINESS COL lege gives the student more indi vidual attention than any other business college in the state. Write for information. Fall term starts Monday, October 4th. 10-4 TWO SISTERS WHO WILL ATTEND business college October 4 desire a room where they can do light housekeeping. Write L. M. Lewis, principal. 10-4 ALCOHOL FOR SALE DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in small or large quantities, by F. T. Blunck. Phone 573. tf 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 The undersigned will offer at auc tion, at the Eagle livery stable, Sat urday, Sept. 25, at 1 p. m., one span of cheap general purpose horses, weight about 1,000 lbs. each. 9-24 TOM BRIGHT. CLASSIFIED ► CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. CHOICE BARGAINS Under the Government Okanogan Irrigation project. The man with a little money, decision and cour age to back his judgment can double his money in eight months. If you are interested give this your immediate attention as these tracts will no go begging for buy ers. Address, E. 8., in care of Wenatchee World. 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. Hinde, owner. R. F. D. No. 1, Okanogan, Wash. tf 300 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 crops. 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 postoffice. Watered the year round by private pump. All set to two year old trees, best va rieties. Magnificent view. Finest home 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. 9-26 WANTED 1.000 CUSTOMERS WANTED to use our Denatured Alcohol. F. T. BJunck, Phone 573. Wenatchee, Wash. tf ROOMS FOR RENT. BURNISHED housekeeping rooms for rent. Single rooms also. Call at 119 Chelan Aye. South. Phone 1066. 10-7 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 JIVE US 35 CENTS and we will give you the best little bargain in the way of a chart, with maps and gen eral atlas-like compendium you ever had. Call at World office. We don't deliver. 9-30 TREES FOR SALE. STARK BROS.* trees, Wenatchee grown, best commercial varieties, for sale by S. B. Jessup, 244 North Mission. 10-14 FOR RENT—A good ranch in the Methow valley, together with stock and farming implements. A good thing for the right party. Alp Ranch, Box 12, Carlton, Okanogan, Wash. 9-27 WANTED—To buy team, weight not less than 1,000 lbs. each. State lowest cash price, also age. Ad dress P. O. Box 352, city. SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE or will rent for feed all winter if taken at once. Apply 113 Orondo avenue. 21-28 CLEAN BUILDING SAND for sale. Wiswell Co., first road north of Lewis-Clark school. 21-tf WANTED—To hire a horse and bug gy for a few weeks, which will be given the best of treatment. M. L., Daily World. 9-25 YOUNG LADY WHO WILL ATTEND business college, which starts Oct. 4th, desires a place where she can assist with work in exchange for board and room. Write L. M. Lewis, principal. 10-4 YOUNG MAN WHO WILL ATTEND business college wants to work for board and room. Write L. M. Lewis, principal. 10-4 ,OST—LADY'S HAND BAG, some where between Wenatchee De partment Store and Wenatchee river bridge. Finder please notify Mrs. F. E. Ping. 9-24 FOR SALE—Or will trade for city property, 8 acres all set to Wine saps and Jonathans, with peach fillers. Cheap. Phone 2174. Dan Peters, 341 North Mission. 9-25 CLASSIFIED 25 CENTS PER INSERTION; $1.00 A WEEK FOR NOT MORE THAN FOUR LINES. FURNISHED HOUSE wanted for the winter. Will have very best of care. Write R. M., care Daily World. 9-25 FOR SALE—At a bargarn, one good cooking range stove, 2 sewing ma chines, one improved Singer and one New Royal; 1 cupboard. Phone 1075 or call at 223 N. D St. 9-25 $1,000 will give possession of a fine, modern, 9-room furnished house, east front. The price is a great sacrifice by the owner. Write N. 8., care Daily World. 9-25 )UND —Some Edison records. The loser may have same by proving property and paying for this not ice. 9-25 WANTED TO RENT—Modern, five roomed cottage, with toilet and bath. No children. H. *M. Max well. 22-3t LOST — Satchel containing baby clothes between Win Riser's place and Wenatchee. Finder please notify Mrs. W. Riser. 9-25 FOR SALE—One 50-gallon per min ute Gould Pyramid Double Acting Piston Pump, 200 feet 2% inch black iron pipe. Address H. T. Thompson, Orondo, Wash. 9-25 FOR SALE—Cheap, a good family horse, also harness and buggy if desired. Inquire Box 242, Wenat chee, Wash. 9-29 WANTED—Lady to wash and iron, weekly. Inquire Mrs. E. Frank, or phone 1763. 9-28 FURNISHED ROOMS, with board, at 228 Chelan avenue north. Mod ern house. lw ESTRAYED—From our barn at Col umbia Siding, the night of Sept. 7, one cream saddle horse, silver mane and tail; one bay driving mare, one white driving horse, roached mane. Reward to anyone furnishing information as to the whereabouts of these horses. P. Welch & Co. 22-lw STRAYED—SorreI mare, had head stall halter; X brand. R. C. Peir sol, No. 5 D St. South. £2-3t TEAM TO EXCHANGE for desirable city lot. W. H. Dibble. 22-3t FOUND—A sum of money, owner may secure same upon proof of ownership at the office of the We natchee Realty & Investment Co. 9-25 ONE FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Phone 242. 9-29 $5 REWARD for the return of Vol. 2 of the complete works of Inger soll or a volume of Dickens' com plete works which were taken from my office. No questions asked. Dr. McCoy. 23-tf WANTED—A good bright boy not afraid of work, to learn the photo graph business. Apply Thomas Gagnon. photographer, Wenatchee avenue, half a block south of the courthouse. 23-tf LOST—Lady's kid glove, brown, el bow length. Finder please leave at World office. 9-29 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. . SO-85c Meat and Poultry. Round steak 15c Loin steak LBc T bone steak 20c Pork chops 15 @ 18c Pork roast 15 @ 18e 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. V 2 c Fresh Fish. Salmon 16c Halibut 12 %c Perch 10c Salmon trout 17 %c Smelt 12 %c General Groceries. Eating apples $2.00 Lard, 5-lb 85c Sugar, sack $6.55 Potatoes, 100 lbs $1.25 Local cabbage 4 c Local radishes 6 bchs. for 26c Local turnips, lb 3e Summer squash 5 to 10c Pumpkin, lb 2c Plums, basket 30 and 35c Grapes, lb 10c Bartlett pears, box $1.50 Tomatoes 8 1-Sc Hawaiian pineapples 40c Lemons 30 and 40c Oranges /. 30 and 40c Bananas 40e Local lettuce lie Head lettuce 2 for 15c Grape fruit 3 for 2Sc Carrots, lb 2%c Parsley, bunch 6c Celery, bunch 10 and 15c Dry Onions 4c Local green onions .... 6 bchs. 25c Crabapples 3 to 4c Sweet Potatoes, 'b 5c Watermelons, each 10 to 20c Cantaloupes, doz 20 to 30c New cooking apples lb 3c Blackberries $2.75 Beets, pound F.c Cauliflower 10 and 15c Local peaches $1 to $2 Local corn, doz 10 and 15c Alfalfa, ton $20 Timothy hay, ton $25.00 Wheat hay $25.00 N. I CROWDED FOR CELEBRATION New York, Sept. 24.—New York is on the eve of the greatest celebration in its history. During the seven days beginning tomorrow the 3,500, --000 residents of the metropolis, to gether with tens of thousands of vis itors, will engage in a program of festivities and brilliant pageants to celebrate the achievements of Henry Hudson, seaman and explorer, and Robert Fulton, inventor, artist and patriot. One hundred war vessels representing the navies of the world will participate in a series of parades and pageants on the great waterway with which the names of Hudson and Fulton are inseparably linked. In ad dition to the naval pageants the week's program provides for land pa rades of an historical character, of ficial receptions in honor of disting uished guests from abroad, aquatic and athletic sports, military parades, commemorative exercises in the pub lic schools, carnival processions and illuminations and fireworks each evening. City I*rofusely Decorated. Within the past twenty-four hours the entire city has blossomed out in a mass of color. From the Battery to the Bronx and in all the outlying boroughs profuse decorations of flags and bunting greet the eye at every turn. The flags of all nations are ;o be seen, with the colors of the United States and the Netherlands predom inating. The decorations are not con fined to the business section. Of flags there seems to be no end in the tene ment districts. They are not as large as those in Broadway and Fifth ave nue, but they make a brave show, fluttering from windows forty or fifty feet from the ground. Next in popular esteem after pictures of Hud son and Fulton and the national col ors come pictures of the "aHlf Moon" and the "Clermont." Many of the pictures are of a character to make famous explorer and the equally fa mous inventor wish they had never become famous, should either revisit the scene of his great achievement. Brilliant Illumination at Night. Each night of the celebration the city is to be a blaze of light and color. The borough halls of all five boroughs, the bridges across the East river, Grant's tomb in Riverside Drive, the Soldiers and Sailors' mon ument on the same drive, the Wash ington arch and many other promi nent buildings and structures are to be outlined with electric lights. The line of three great parades, the his torical, the military and the night carnival will be outlined in festoons of electric lights on both sides of the street, while a battery of powerful searchlights will play upon Grant's tomb. Other plans on similar lines will help make New York city a spec tacle of unprecedented brilliance during the celebration. Each night the shores of the Hudson are to be made light as day by countless searchlights on the many foreign and American warships anchored in the river. Hotels Filled to Overflowing. It is evident that the celebration will draw a bigger crowd to town than ever gathered here beofre. but it remains true that in hotels there is usually room for one more. On and after tomorrow the managers of the big hotels will make no promises, but they say they will probably be able to take ni a limited number from night to night all through the week. So far as can be learned no reputable hotel in town has advanced its rates in anticipation of the big crowd. The big hotels will be able to feed many more than they can supply with sleeping accommodations, and this will be fortunate, the managers say, because thousands will come in on daily excursions who will take luncheons and dinner here, and re turn home at night. Many of the hotels have arranged with boarding houses and furnished room owners to To the Public Having purchased the stock and business of the City Dairy and slso 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 $I.o©. or 22 pints for $1.00. We positively guarantee that our milk will be pure and strictly unadulterated. Telephone Wenatchee Ice Cream Factory I Want 5 Acres in bearing orchard, close in, with modern house. A 10-Room rooming house, gooa location, close in. $1,000 gets possession, bal. on easy terms. 10 Acres 7 year old orchard, right in the cen ter of the Wenatchee valley. Small payment down, long time on balance. $16,500 > C. B. HALBERT Rooms 3 and 4, Halbert Block. send the expected overflow to these places. To Open With Naval Pageant. The principal scheduled events for the opening of the celebration tomor row are a rendezvous of foreign and American war vessels; the official re ception of the replicas of the "Half Moon" and the "Clermont"; the of ficial reception of the naval guests; a parade of warships and merchant vessels, and a night pageant up the Hudson river with fireworks. It is estimated that more than five hundred vessels will participate in the events of the day. In the line of the naval parade will be all of the United States war vessels of the At lantic squadron which are not fifcV actual necessary' station duty; the Inflexible, the Drake and the Duke of Edinburgh of the British navy, the Bertha, the Victoria Luise, the Bremen and the Triese of the Ger man navy, the Utrecht of the royal Dutch navy, Argentina's warship Sar miento. the Italion warships Eturla and Etna, and several war vessels of other foreign powers. A. Austin, of the Chewawa hotel, is in Leavenworth today on business. MONEY TO LOAN. Cheapest money In Chelan county on real estate. A loan which won't hurt sale of place, can be paid off at any time if given for five years; also some One places for sal»- at right prices. NEELET ft CO. Across from Wenatchee Department Store. Phone 2076.