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The Wenatchee daily world. [volume] (Wenatchee, Wash.) 1905-1971, December 16, 1909, Image 8

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A LIVE TOWN
One where the merchants adver
tise; where the streets are
light at night
Electric Sign
Let everybody know by night
and day that you are a live wire.
Wenatchee Eledxic Co.
CITY NEWS.
Col rates on photos for Xmas
presents at Bixler's Studio. Come i
early and avoid the rush. ***!
Armstrong sells the Waterman;
Ideal, th<- Parker and Conklin self
filler fountain pens. Nufsed. ***
Miss Grace I. Smith left here yes-1
terday for Boston. Mass., for a win
ter's visit with friends in the east.
Free, $3.50 cut glass dish. $1.50
fern howl, boy's $1.50 bank at Mor
ton's.
[11 bet a fig you didn't know Arm
strong sells $1.56 copyrights at
$1.25.
Latest market reports show that
quotations on marriage license fees
are holding weak at $4 and will
probably settle down to $3 before
the year is out.
The biggest stock of fountain pens
in town are on display at Arm
strong's. They are all guaranteed,
too. ***
Special made to order things for
baby at the Novelty Shop, corner'
Mission and Orondo. ***
Money saved on Xmas presents at
Morton's, at Groves' store. ***
George Grey broke his leg yester
day kicking because he couldn't get
Folger's Golden Gate Coffee. **•
NEW TIME CARD
No. 1 12:40 p. m.
No. 3 2:50 a. m.
No. 2 5 1:00 a. m.
No 43 3:02 p. m.
No. 27 10:53 p. m.l
East bound:
No. 2 1:57 a. m.
No. 4 4:15 p. m.
No. 26 1:10 a. m.
No. 4 4 5:15 a. m.
No. 28 8:55 a. m.
The Wenatchee-Mansfield local ar
rives here at 11:45 a. m. and leaves
at 4:30 p. m.
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 are elec
tric lighted
Trains Nos. 27 and 2 8 do not carry
• i
passtehgeifc
Traitaa *fos. 385 and 382 are daily
except Sunday.
Trains Nos. 43 and 4 4 are free
chair cars.
The west bound schedule is as fol
lows:
This is the way we sell
FOUNTAIN PENS
TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL
in Xmas boxes, ready to mail We also keep your pen in repair
if you should happen to break it, for one year. These aTe the
Parker Pens, new and improved patterns.
THE JACK KNIFE PEN
OWL PHARMACY
Hang Out an
SEE US ABOUT IT!
Bowling Contest Last Night.
Packers—
Whisnand 444
Humphrey 437
Black 473
Glazier 421
Taylor 497
Total 2272
Kepublis—
Davis 449
Cramblette 453
Dickson 485
Austin 466
Beall 448
Total 2301
The Apple Packers were taken
down the line last night by the He
publics winning two of the three
games played from them.
Black and Dickson tied for high
score. lay lor had high average.
The three first games played by the
Tigers and Packers November 22nd
will be played over, on account of
the Packers not having a full team
the first contest.
Good Enough for New York.
One" of those blase New Yorkers
who are forever scorning everything
that they fine outside of Gotham
was overheard in the Gem theatre
last night saying that he had never
seen anything on the kinetoscope as
good as that watch movement that
is shown on the screen just before
the show begins. This is a good deal
for a New Yorker to admit and de
serves comment.
George H. Ellis. Jr.. returned last
nightnigbt from a trip to the Sound,
where he purchased a large stock of
holiday goods, which will he in
this week. i
What Happened
To Jones
TAKE IT REGULARLY
A written guarantee. You can't lose.
OVER SO PENS TO PICK FROM.
$1.50 to $7.50
the one that can't leak. We have it.
SEE OCR WINDOW.
And a lot of other
People Is Described In
Ghe HOME PAPER
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1909.
INCREASE SOIL'S
PRODUCTIVITY
J. J. HIIJi, RAILROAD KING,
I
MARKS PLEA FOR BETTER AND
MORE SCIENTIFIC HANDLING
j OF THE NATION'S SOIL.
j "Give us a system of farming in j
;the Unite.l States which shall greatly
j increase the productiveness of the!
j soil," advised James J. Hill in an ad-!
! dress recently.
j Mr. Hill warned that the time is!
i not far distant when the farms as'
j tilled at present will not feed the peo-j
S pie in the country.
He said in part:
"The whole subject of our food
supply and its relation to population
industry, growth, institutions and j
! everything that concerns our future
|is appropriate for this occasion. The|
true statement of the broad general
fact which it is mose desirable that,
everyone should understand is this —
that this country can not feed the
'population which it must necessarily
have within comparatively few years!
if it does not change its horticultural
methods. The emphasis is all on that
conditional clause.
Must Have Beta** Cultivation.
"We can not support our coming
population upon the crop yield per
acre that now satisfies us. We have
to transform a growing decline in
value and productivity of our soil
under continued cultivation into a
rapid increase in both. If this crisis
can be seen moving upon us now, and
if it took Great Britain over half a
century to raise her wheat yield from
about fifteen bushels to thirty-two
bushels puer acre, we have no time to
lose.
'What has to be considered the
keynote of all present discusion, is
not the difficulty but the urgency of
the task. The whole argument, is one
not of despair but of reassurance,
provided only that we do the obvious,
indispensable and feasible thing, and
do it now.
"All that is needed to turn an im
pending national deficit info a sur
plus, to support in plenty IT.O or more
persons to the square mile in the
Fnited States, is the use instead of
the abuse of the soil; the practice of
that knowledge which agricultural
schools and experiment stations have
already formulated and are daily put
ting before the people."
THEY DO HOT AD
VERTISE
Portland. Ore.. Dec. It;. "Sneaks
and thieves don't advertise." was the j
text of an immigration sermon re-J
centlv delivered by a McMinnvillel
! (
mil ister. He followed this up by
1 (
showing the value of intelligent pub
licity work in attracting settlers to
i M
the Pacific northwest and the bene
fits alike to the newcomer and the i
country settled. Each settler means)
added wealth to the state and in re
turn the Pacific states offer greater
opportunities to the man from the
older sections of the county. The
.northwest has a duty to perform, be-1
j lieves this pastor, in bringing people
; from the overcrowded districts of
tho east to this land of opportunity
and live cities in the northwest are
making the most of their advantages
in attracting settlers.
The Portland Flouring Mills com-j
pany has purchased the Hammond
mills and holdings of that concern in
} Seattle and vicinity at an approvi
| mate cost of $500,000. The prop
; erty consists of the largest flour mill
in Seattle and a number of ware
houses. The Seattle mill has a ca
! pacity of 2,000 barrels of flour per
; day. T. B. Wilcox, president of the
Portland Flouring Mills, said the
growth of Seattle has been so great
: that it was advantageous for the
company to have a mill in that city.
; The entire business of the Hammond
] interests was acquired, including the
| agency in San Francisco. The Port
land company now has 14 flour mills
in operation, running night and day,
in various parts of the northwest,
and is turning out an enormous pro
duct.
The first of a number of excursions
•of business men from Washington
i cities to California will pass through
Portland January IS. and will con
sist of many prominent in the com
mercial life of Spokane. The visit
ors will be entertained here on their
way south. In the past these excur
sions have proved of great mutual
I benefit in bringing about closer ac
j quaintances between the different
| coast sections and as a result a
j united stand has been taken in solv
; ing mutual problems. People of the
city are looking forward with interest
! to the coming visits of their northern
neighbors during the winter.
j Don't forget the sidewalk dinner j
to be given for the benefit of the I
reading room, Saturday, at the Meth-j
odist church, from 11 to 1:30,
o'clock.
VOTE BONDS FOR
CHELAN BRIDGE
\
THAT QUESTION TO RE SUBMIT
TED AT SPECIAL ELECTION ON
DECEMBER SI AT CHELAN —
COUNTY TO REAR SHARE.
Chelan, Dec. 16. —The council
Monday night passed an ordinance
providing for a special election De
cember 31 to give the electors an op
portunity of voting upon the ques
tion of issuing $2500 in bonds to as
sist in building a new bridge across
the Chelan river on Woodin avenue.
The county will bear the balance of
the expense and a steel bridge costing
between $14,000 and $15,000 will be
built shortly after the first of the
year. C. E. Rusk was appointed in
spector and John B. Lucas and J. W.
Chatfield judges of the special elec
tion. It is thought that the bond is
sue will carry almost unanimously.
MAY ADOPT ELEC
TRIC POWER
Ottawa. Ont., Dec. 16.—An import
ant conference was held here today
by representatives of the New Bruns
wick. Quebec and federal govern-'
ments. the railway commission, the
national transcontinental railway
commissioners, the Alexander Gibson
Manufacturing company, the New
Brunswick Lands and Power com
-1 any. the Miramichi Lumber company
and the Grand Falls Power company.
The subject of discussion was the pro
posal that the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway should operate its trains
through the New Brunswick forest re
gion by electricity generated at Grand
Falls on the St. John river. The mat
ter was first discussed in the New
Brunswick legislature last year, and
the plan suggested as a means of pro
tecting the valuable timber areas
from forest fires.
Would Move lied Apple Sign.
Tt has been suggested during the
. past week that the red apple electric
sign now at the foot of First street
should be removed to the foot of Kit
titas street. Inasmuch as the new
depot will be finished in a very shor*
time and that street is the main
thoroughfare form the depot it is:
thought that this would be the best
location htat could be found for
sign.
Made a Rig Warrant Call.
i
County Treasurer Battles today is
sued a call for $16,000 worth of war-i
rants. These are of the various
school districts, the road and bridge,
and the general fund. Another $SOOO
call was made last month and the i
Chelan county finances in all of the
various departments are on a very \
creditable basis.
C. T/ Borg and wife of Pateros j
came down on the boat this morn- j
ing. Mr. Borg is a practicing attor- j
ney of Okanogan county and reports
great progress in the upper country j
as a result of the building of the new t
railroad.
Billy Wheeler, the popular gar
dener, won't work for his board any I
more unless he can have Folger's
Golden Gate Coffee served him. •••
HomeMade
Sweetness
for Chri&mas
The Fern Candy Kitchen's
home made randy needs no in
troduction to the people of
Wenatchee and vicinity. Every
man and woman, every boy and
4 girl who has a sweet tooth are
well acquainted with our
goods. The only thing that we
wish to announce is that our
stock, which is always fresh
and pure, is larger than ever;
that we are putting up some
especially fine boxes for Xmas
gifts which we are sure will
please you. So before you de
cide on your Xmas candy let
us show you ours.
Below is only a small list of
our goods:
Old Time Mixed, 15c, 2 lbs.
for 25c; 10 lbs. for $1.00
Fern Mixed Candy, lb 200
Full < Yearn Mixed 20c
Chocolate Cream Gophers 20c
Fancy Crimp Candy 25c
Crystal Mixed 20c
Chok* Mixed Nuts. 8 lbs. SOc
Candy Canes and Baskets, all
prices.
A choice line of Fancy Box«*s,
up-to-date.
Glased Fruit, hll kinds, lb. 60c
Fern Candy Kitchen
C. P. Eggiman. Proprietor
Henry Schubert will leave tomor
row for Grants Pass, Ore., and other
points in southern Oregon. He will!
be gone until spring.
Mothers should not fail to see us;
special things suitable for Xmas.
Novelty Shop, corner Mission and
Orondo. ***
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY FOR BUILDING PUR
POSES in Wenatchee. If you want
a home and have only a small
amount of money, write to us. Ad
dress W. R., care Daily World,
Wenatchee, Wash. 12-20
FOR SALE.
LIGHT TEAM, at half price. Four
to select from. Gentle and broke
to ride or drive. Inquire of W. H.
Scott, the fur man. on River View
addition. 12-16
WILL SELL OR TRADE
A PAIR business bobs, with roomy
body, either shafts or pole. Will
sell right or trade for cutter. See
Ludington at Wenatchee Furniture
Co. 12-17
PUPS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Pure bred Spitz pup
pies. Phone 108, Cashmere. 12-17
JOB WANTED.
A JAPANESE student wants posi
tion of any kind to work before
and after school hours. Address
T. S., genera] delivery, Postoffice
12-23
SET READS LOST.
LOST A set of amber heads while
out coasting. Finder leave at the
World office and receive reward.
1 2-1 S
HOUSE AND LOTS.
3 BOOMS with cellar. 2 lots. Price
$1,000: $100 cash, balance $10 a
month. Columbia Realty Co.
Phone 1173. 12-18
ROOM AND BOARD.
WANTED—ROOM AND BOARD for
thr*e adults: would like two rooms
and bath if possible. Enquire No.
I<>. care Daily World. 12-1 R
HOUSE WANTED.
WANTED- Furnished house, for 3
months or more; no children: best
of reference. Phone 113".. 1 2-1 8
HOY WANTED.
WANTED —A boy 14 year or olJer.
to deliver papers. Good wages. Easy
work. Gall at World office.
12-18
Let us call your attention to the greatest and most
wonderful
Ladies' and Children's Coats
For Tomorrow and Saturday Only
ONE-HALF PRICE
IN OFFERING OCR ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AT HALF
PRICE WE ARE SIMPLY FORGETTING THE (X)ST OF THESE FINE GOODS. ALL WE WANT
IS TO CLOSE THEM OUT, REGARDLESS OF COST. WE FEEL THIS IS THE TIME OF THE
YEAR TO DO IT, OR ELSE WE MIGHT HAVE TO CARRY THEM OVER TILL NEXT YEAR.
WHICH IS STRICTLY AGAINST OCR PRINCIPLES, FOR WIESTER NEVER SELLS OLD OR
SHELF WORN GOODS. WE FEEL THAT YOU, IF YOC CAN USE A COAT AT ALL, SHOULD
AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS OPPORTUNITY. REMEMBER, IT WILL ONLY LAST FOR TWO
RAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY —SO YOC HAD BETTER HURRY IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
IN THE REST COAT AND FUR BARGAIN EVENT EVER HELD IN WENAT< BEE.
ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES
\(JENTS
BARRINGTON
HALL
STEEL-CUT
COFFEE
D? PRICE'S
CREAM
Baking Powder
The funeral of .Mrs. Oscar Tethe
row was held at 2 o'clock today, at
tended by members of the fire de
partment and the many other friends
of the deceased.
Rev. W. E. Beach.
Rev. W. E. Beach of Pateros
passed through town today on the
way to his old home at Oxford. Out.
He has not been there for 30 years
and is only going back now for a
brief visit. ttev. Beach cherishes a
warm regard for the up-river coun-;
try. which has been his home for
some time, and announces his inten
tion of returning there early in the
spring. His son is in business at j
Pateros.
Meeting <»f Commercial Clubs.
Henrietta. Texas. Dec. 16. —At a
well-attended meeting of the North
west Texas and Southwest Oklahoma
Commercial Clubs association held
here today the advisability for closer
co-operation for the industrial devel-j
opment of the region embraced in the
membership of the association formed
the chief topic of discussion.
PRICE CUTTING
Our entire stock of coats will go at
The balance of our splendid
FUR STOCK
H. L. WIESTER
DEPARTMENT STORE
The Official Tests show Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder to be
in strength,
of
and healthfulness.
NO ALUM
No Lime Phosphates
m
will go at
Avoid Baking Powders
k made from alum. They
may raise the cake,
but alum Is dele
|L terious and no
one can eat food
mixed with it
without inju
ry to health
MH 'alley Entertainer*,.
The .McCalley Entertainers, con
sisting of C. R. M<Calley, who: c
specialty is reading, impersonations
and violin solos and violin imit -,
tons, and Miss Spaulding. piano soli -
isf and vocalist, will entertain this
evening for the benefit of the YV ('.
T. U, reading room and under the
auspices of the local W. C. T. I. or
ganization. The McCalby Entertain
ers come very well recommended and
Mr. McCalley has with him a letter
of introduction to the Daily Wond
from Professor Lee Daggy of
state university and ir is safe to
that the entertainment to be given
tonight will be of a very high class.
Deaf of partially
deaf people are re
quested To call an 1 I ry
I the Elect ropbone.
Owl Pharmacy
AGENTS
FOR
ROYAL
WORCESTER
CORSETS

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