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FOR WEEK Monday—- Opening of state fair race meet ing at Columbia, S. C. Opening of five days' race meeting at El Paso, Texas. Packy McFarland versus Johnny Thompson, 10 -rounds, at Kansas City, Mo. Tuesday— Sam Laugford versus "Klondyke," 12 rounds, at Boston. Jimmy Clabby versus Howard Mor row, 10 rounds, at Benton Harbor, Mich. Thursday— Clemson College - University of South Carolina football game at Co lumbia, S. C. Louisiana State university-Univer sity of Cincinnati football game at Alexandria, La. Friday— Annual field trials of National Beagle club begin at Snadwell, Va. Saturday— Ten-mile national A. A. U. cham pionship run at Celtic park, Ney York city. Opening of third winter season of Colorado Desert Baseball league. Opening of Atlanta automobile show. Automobile race from Los Angeles, Cal., to Phoenix, Arizona. Dartmouth-Princeton football game at Princeton, N. J. Yale-Brown football game at New Haven. Harvard-Cornell football game at Cambridge, Mass. Michigan - Notre Dame football game at Ann Arbor, Mich. Wisconsin-Minnesota football game at Madison, Wis. Nebraska-Kansas football game at Lincoln, Neb. Indiana-Illinois football game at Champaign, 111. Chicago - Northwestern football game at Chicago. * JNO. P. NELSON Jeweler and Optician l has now a more complete and elegant selection of Jewelry, Watches, clocks, Sterling Silverware and Plated ware, Emblem Goods, etc. Goods sold at eastern prices. Engraving free. Don't forget our repair department. Watch and Jewelry Repairing properly and promptly done at reasonable prices. SEVENTH BIRTHDAY SALE Never in the history of Wenatchee was there such a rush to buy merchandise as is now going on at the Big Birthday Sale. Truly the biggest money-saving event in seven years of progress. It would take pages to tell you all about it so we simply add a few bargains. Come and see the rest. Cleanup on Embroidery LOT I—Consistingl—Consisting of embroidery worth as hitrh as 10c; sale price, per yard 5£ LOT 2 —A lot of embroidery worth up to 20c; sale price, per yard 10£ LOT 3 —A lot of fine Swiss embroidery, worth as high as 43c per yard; sale price, per yard 20-j> LOT 4 —Embroideries; fine Swiss and Namsisk; wide and narrow; worth as high as 65c; sale price, per yard 250 Ladies' Wool Skirts Ladies' wool skirts. They are good wool skirts; priced up to >t8.00; pleated and plain; Birthday Sale $1.95 Apron Ginghams APRON GINGHAM. A good standard grade, yard 6^ Outing Flannel A good 12 l-2c quality for, yard 7£ Ladies 9 Coats—Extra Special One line of Ladies' Coats of finest broadcloth; satin lined; fancy trimmed; assorted plain colors; coats worth up to $40.00; good range of colors, black, brown and mixed; birthday sale price $0.79 Men's Ribbed Underwear 39c Men's heavy cotton ribbed underwear in blue and brown; a fine weight for fall. Our regular 65c grade; sale price, per garment__39^ Men's Extra Heavy Fleece Underwear 39c These garments are popular 75c sellers; much heavier than the ordi nary fleece; sale price 39^ PHONOGRAPH FOR SALE. FOR SALE —At a bargain, one Victor No. 5 phonograph with 30 records. All in good condition. Address P. O. Box 486. 11-3 21 ROOMS, well furnished, thriving and growing town, two new rail roads now building, now making $200 per month net, prices right and terms easy. Will consider We natchee land as part payment. HORSE AND FARM IMFLEMENTS. FOR SALE —Good ranch horse, two seated spring wagon, single and double harness, single spring tooth harrow, truck, Planet Jr. No. 2 horse cultivator, etc. David Keith, Miller street. tf CALL FOR ANSWERS TO YOUR AD Answers for ads ror the following are at the World office: C (5) Rancher (2) H. E. O. D. M. S. X V Z. WANTED—Young men to learn automobile business by mail and prepare for positions as chauffeurs and repair men. We make you ex pert in ten weeks; assist you to se cure position. Pay big; work pleasant; demand for men great; reasonable; write for particulars and sample lesson. Empire Auto mobile Institute, Rochester, N. Y. 11-6 ROOM AND BOARD WANTED. WANTED —Private boarding place for man and wife. State terms and accommodations. Address A B C, care Daily 11-1 NEW ADS TODAY HOTEL FOR SALE. Choice Okanogan valley fruit lands for sale on easy terms. Ad- rdess Pioneer Realty Co., Okano gan. Wash. 11-8 HELP WANTED —MALE. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WOBLD, WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1909- WANTED—Room and board by gen tlemen. Address A. D., care of Daily World. 11-1 PURSE LOST. LOST—Small hand purse, tan color, containing bills and a $2.50 gold piece. Reward. Return to R. H. Nowlan & Co.'s office. 11-6 SOLICITOR WANTED. WANTED —Two good solicitors, male and female. Address ABC, care Daily World. 11-1 MUSICAL. MISS FRANCES GIBBONS, teacher of piano. Studio at No. 117 C St. North. 11-6 OSTEOPATH. DR. H. F. MORSE, Osteopathic Phy sician, 105 Columbia Valley Bank building. Office hours daily except Sunday and Monday. REALTY BARGAINS. 2 LOTS, small house, on Orondo; $500, bal. terms. Why pay rent? Onw your own home. 5-ROOM HOUSE, 6 fine lots, all in fruit; a fine little home; $1,000 cash, bal. easy terms. 3 FINE LOTS in fruit trees, a cor ner fine for building. Price $800. A genuine good buy. COLUMBIA REALTY CO. Phone 83. 11-1 WITH THE FIGHTERS The boxing game has been re sumed in Portland, Ore., and New Haven, Conn. Packy McFarland has declined to meet Ray Bronson in another bout. Jack (Twin) Sullivan says he would like to have another go with Bill Papke. The Jeffries-Johnson and Ketchel- Langford bouts have the promoters' goat right now. Charley Hitte, the Albany light weight, has sailed for the other side and will look for work in Paris. The Armory A. A. of Boston is making an effort to get Jack O'Brien to meet Sam Langford. Nothing stir ring with O'Brien in this line. Al. Lippe, manager of Harry Lewis and Johnny Mooney, Lewis' former manager, had quite a muss-up in Boston recently. Johnny was de clared the winner. A 10-lb. girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrsi Harvey Snyder, on Washington avenue, Saturday night. Charles Pearsall. who has spent the summer here looking after his five acre apple orchard on Orchard ave nue, left yesterday for his home in McGregor, lowa, but will return in the spring, bringing his family with him. Annie Mack, the dancer, is to be featured in a new musical produc tion. A new play, "Two Women and That Man," is to have an early pro duction in New York. "The Harvest Moon," by Augus tus Thomas, is to have its first pro duction at Atlantic City. Charles J. Ross and Lina Abarba nell will be featured in Henry Sav age's production of "The Love Cure." Alia Nazimova is to begin her tour in "The Passion Flower" at New Ha ven the latter part of the monlh. William Gillette, who wrote "Held by the Enemy" and "Secret Service," is writing another play on the Civil war. "The Earth," Jam esßarnard Fag an's latest play, is to have its first American production early next month in Chicago. "The Lottery," a new play by Rida Johnson Young, is to be produced by the Shuberts shortly, with Jameson Lee Finney in the leading role. Charles Frohman has postponed his departure for London, where he is to take up his permanent abode, as he has fifteen productions yet to make here. Margaret Anglin will remain in New York indefinitely. "The Awak ening of Helena Ritchie" being the only production in which she will ap pear this season. Sir Charles Wyndham and Miss Mary Moore will present the follow ing plays during their American tour this season: "Mrs. Gorringe's Neck lace," "The Mollusc" and "David Garrick. Mme. Bernhardt will soon enact the role of Mleris, a blind woman, in Brieux's "La Foi.'s' It is the part Mrs. Patrick Campbell is playing in Sir Herbert Tree's London produc tion of the drama. Walter Hampden, the original Manson of "The Servant in the House," and Miss Janet Beecher of Chicago will assume the leading roles in the impending production of Clyde Fitch's play "The City." Among the players to appear in the dramatization of W. J. Locke's "Idols" are Misses Mabel Roebuck, Men's Suits All $15.00 suits and overcoats, now $12.95 All $18.00 suits and overcoats, now $15.45 All $20.00 suits and overcoats, now $17.75 All $22.50 suits and overcoats now $19.75 All $25.00 suits and overcoats, now $21.95 All $27.50 suits and overcoats, now $24.45 All $30.00 suits and overcoats, now $26.45 All -i 35.00 suits and overcoats, now $31.75 A Special Lot of Men's Suits $5.95 We have picked out a lot of 50 men's suits in good winter weights; medium sizes; in cassimeres and tweeds; worth from $12.00 to $15 00; will go as long as they last for j. $5.95 Men's Lambsdown Underwear 79c Men's high grade wool fleece underwear; our regular $1.00 grade: warmer than any regular wool garment and will not scratch; sale price 79£ Men's $1.25 and $1.50 gloves 95c per pair These prices are our most popular sellers: plain and gauntlet styles: sale price 95<* Nen's Work Shirts 39c Our regular 65c and 75c kinds; in light and dark patterns; extrn well made; full cut; sizes 14 to 19; sale price 39^ Men,s Pants $1.95 A lot of 200 pair of pants of heavy all wool, kersey, cassimere and worsted; worth up to $5.00 a pair; all sizes; fine for winter wear; sale price $1.95 PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Leonore Harris, Helen Orr Daly, Blanche Weaver and Messrs. Orlando Daly, Henry J. Carvill, Sheldon Lewis and Alexander Frank. The title of Miss Mary Mannering's new play by Rachel Crothers is to be changed from "Middle" to "A Man's World." The title originally selected for the play was that of the story from which the play is a dramatization. The conflict between mother and stepdaughter for the love of a man forms the central there in "Mrs. Dakon," the play by Kate Jordan Permoye, which the Shuberts have acquired for Florence Roberts. The play was well received at its first production. FOOTBALL NOTES. All of Pennsylvania's games this year are to be played on the home gridiron. Brown has scored but three times on the Pennsylvania eleven since 1908. ' ' Hobbs is kicking the goals for yale this year and is showing great form in the stunt. Rooms at New Haven are now quoted at only $10 a day for one person for the Yale-Princeton game. Fine for those who can arrive in the The Inland Printer conceded by an the most competent critic in all matters pertaining to the printing business of America, says in its September number of cer tain specimens of job printing from the presses of the World Job Department: "The recent specimen* are all very creditable and the manner in which they are gotten up leaves no opportunity for criticism." Could you ask f\ better proof of W our ability to W doy our work # morning and depart in the evening. Harvard coaches are hoping that Dave Campbell will return to Cam bridge and help put the squad in shape. Dave was captain of the 1901 Linen for Thanksgiving It's early, but now is the time to buy your table linen for Thanks giving. .$1.75 quality. 72 inches wide, pure linen IJ'qa $1.50 quality, 72 inches wide, pure linen «}*AA $1.25 quality, 72 inches wide, pure linen $1.00 quality, 72 inches wide, pure linen _ 75c mercerized damask for D*JC ODD DOZEN NAPKINS. $5.00 napkins *4.00 napkins Jooo $3.50 napkins So'nn $3.00 napkins Sf'SX $2.50 napkins f • Extra Specials-Talcum Powder A good quality, large cans reg. 25c 19r Toilet Soap A good assortment of reg. 10c, soap .- 5£ WE WANT APPLES What Have You to Offer? Appoint us your General Eastern Representative. We are represented in ail tbe principal markets; therefore can sell your fruit at the highest market prices and make for jem the cash buyer's big profits. IF YOU ARE NOT IN TOUCH WITH US YOU SHOULD BE. W. F. KURTZ COMPANY NEW YORK REISER'S CAFE LOCATED IN THE OLD RAINIER BLDG. Merchant Lunch, 25c. Table d' Hote, 35c. Short Orders served at all hours. Everything new and clean. Young Man This is good advice. Attend the Wenatchee BUSINESS COLLEGE this winter team and is a great football teacher. Daly is the only drop-kicker Yale has this year, and the chances are that he'll make the regular backfleld at New Haven. Formerly the* Gem Cafe Steel Sanitary COUCHES Like cut. Birthday Sale Price $3.95 6 Young Woman Decide now.