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C lassified Advertising Rates Five cents per line per time, minimum rate 25c. Four lines or less, one time, twenty-five cents. Four lines or less, one week, $1.00. Rates as low as three cents per line for each paper can be secured by taking advantage of time and space dieounts. Don't think you are too far away from the city to profit by the opportunities it offers. UNDERTAKER*. ■PRAGUE & RUPPE, FUNERALi directors and licensed embalmers, L. E. Ruppe, Mgr. Phone 1376. Licensed lady embalmer. Private ambulance. Carls 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 1165. Open day and night. Wenatchee. Wash. DENTISTS. OR. L. B. MANCHESTER, Dentist. Phone 1466. Columbia Valley Bank Building, Wenatchee, Wash. OR. HUTCHINSON, Dentist, over Meehtel's Bakery. Phone 981. ATTORNEYS. MARTIN & BARROWS. Lawyers. Rooms 1-2-23 First National Bank Building. Phone 508. LUDINGTON AND KEMP, Lawyers. Farmers & Merchants Bank Build ing Phone 1141. R. S. Ludlng ton, Fred Kemp, Prosecuting Attor ney. CHAS T. BORG, LAWYER. Pate ros, Wash. Notary Public. ARCHITECTS. II W. BIRD, Architect. "Builder of Fice Homes." Phone SSB. J. W. ■USSEX, Architect. Room 7, Halbert Block. CONTRACTOR k. E. EDWARDS. CONTRACTOR. Plastering; also brick, stone and ewment work. Sidewalks a special ty. Phone 2777. 524 Kittitas street. Wenatchee. Wash. MECHANICAL ENGINEERS UNITED ENGINEERING COMPANY, Mechanical Engineers. Irrigation, Powar, er Electric Plants. Gas Producers. 25-26 P.-I. BuHding, Seattle, Wash. tf PLUMBING AND HEATING. WENATCHEE PLUMBING & HEAT ING CO. Estimates furnished on plumbing and heating. Phone 255. Cor. Orondo and Mission. FB.ATERHTAI, NOTICES. COLUMBIA COMMANDERY NO. 14, Knights Templar. Masonic 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. Nell Cozart, M. W.; Ad dle Tedford, Recorder. I. O, O. F. —Wenatchee Lodge No. 167 meets every Saturday night at I. O. O F. HalL P. H. Sherburne, Noble Grand; J. E. Glpe, Vice Grand; George D. Perry, Secretary. ROTAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA — Howard Camp No. 3973. 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 Wednesdays of the month in Eagle Hall. Visiting mem bers cordially invited to attend. J. C Campbell. Illustrious Protector; Miss Anna Kyle, Secretary. WOMAN'S RBIJEF CORPS—Daniel Mc- Cooi Corps No. 15 meets at Sprague RaH second and fourth Fridays of each 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. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO MEN, Columbia Homestead, No. 682. meets first and third Tuesdays of S month at Sprague Hall. For In formation see U. F. Lake Deputy W A. Grant, Foreman; C. W. Jorgenson. Correspondent. G A R., Daniel Mctfook Post, No. 105, Department of Wash ington and Alaska, meets 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. I. P. Ferrln, Commander; M. O. Mer rill, Adjutant. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA meets every Fri day evening in Sprague Hall. Visiting Wosdmtn cordially invited. Terry Ross, Clerk; B. F. Anderson, CounseL p. & A. M., Riverside lodge, No. 112, meets every nrst and third Friday of each month at oßwer Hall. A. Bap tie. W. M.; R. H. Now lan. Secretary. TEMPEST REBEKAH LODGE NO. 114 meets in L 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 A 8. DETECTIVE AGENCY. C. D. A. DETECTIVE AGENCY —G. C. McDonald, manager. All con sultations confidential Superier 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. FRED BERRY, Civil Engineer. Land surveying, sub-division worK, esti mates, and irrigation projects. Phone 1564. County Engineer's Office, Wenatchee, Wash. DENTISTS. DR. CAMERON will be found in Room 4 in the Roseaberg Bleck wbile the building is being re modeled. 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. MISS E. F. SCOffT, Pianoforte Teacher. Room 11, Halbert Block. Phone 936. FLORIST. MILOT-MILLS-FLORISTS. Phone ▼our order, 2595. Prompt de livery. Fine carnations, cut low ers palms and ferns. They make appropriate Xmas gifts, fireen houses and office, Okanogan ave nue and Peachey street. THE WENATCHEE FLORAL CO. Florists. Growers and retailers of Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, Design work. Greenhouses, 515 King St. Otlces, cor. Weaatchee Aye. and Palouse St. Phones 14-05, 1435. OSTEOPATH. DR. J. E. BIGELOW. osteopath. Of fice in Bower block formerly occu pied by Dr. Stratton, over LitUe- Wetsel meat market. Chronic dis eases a specialty. Therapeutic lamp used in connection with oste opathic treatments. Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. daily; 2 to 4 Sundays. Office phone 475. Residence 292. DR. H. F. MORSE, Osteopathic Phy sician. 105 Columbia Valley Bank building. Office hours daily except Sunday and Monday. Phone 1005 EDUCATIONAL THE WENATCHEE BUSINESS COL LEGE is open night as well as day, so that a course can be taken with out interfering with one's ordinary w*>rk. This means much to am bitious people. Enroll at any time. Today is the best time, however. Okanogan Lands. BUY NOW. PROCRASTINATION is the theft of time, and money, too. Three years ago land sold under the gover-n --mert Okanogan project for $50 per acre. Today it is selling for $200. Set to trees it will make an annual increase of $200 per acre until it is worth $2,000, and then some. We have land to sell, both under the government pro ject and private water rights. CaM for us at the Occidental hotel. Geo. E. Baker & Co., Riverside, Wash. tf FOR SALE. SCOTCH COLLIE PUPS for sale. Get the children one for Christmas. Collies make the best companions and playmates for the little ones. Phone 1768. C. F. Keiser. OFFICE ROOMS. FOR OFFICE ROOMS in the Russell- Plough block, call on E. E. Plough, at Olympia hotel, or at Wenatchee Realty Co.'s office, tf THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, WENATCHEE WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1909 FURNISHED ROOMS. FURNISHED ROOMS, either siagle or for housekeeping purposes. Call 119 Chelan Aye. South er Phone 1065. 1-2 REPAIR SHOP. J. J. EVER repairs stoves, bicycles, etc, at 14 North Mission. Phone 265, MONEY TO IiOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP erty. LEMON & CROLLARD. tf CONTRACTORS. MERRITT & GRIFFITH, Ceatractors and Builders. Estimate furaished on all classes of work. Wenatchee. Wasb. ALCOHOL FOR SALE. DENATURED ALCOHOL for sale in small or large quantities, by F. T. Blunck. Phone 2005. tf CANVASSERS WANTED. WANTED —Canvasser for electrical lighting, heating and cooking de vises. Bliss Electric Co.. Inc., Gehr Block. 12-27 PRUNING. PRUNING- —Experienced pruner who understands pruning all kinds of trees. Will do reliable work. Call 418 Orondo. or phone 2385. E. Gaunt. 1-9 THE GROTTO and the prices. No matter what you want come to "The Grotto" and get it and you will get the latest things and will also find your pocket book holds out much better than when shopping elsewhere. SPECIAL CANDIES, fresh and pure, of all kinds from 10c to $1 per pound. Fancy candy in Xmas boxes 15c to 55.00y candy in boxes 16c to $5.00 per bo Special prices Friday on-large engines and mechanical toys used for display purposes. Icecream, hot and cold drinks and pure distilled witter at the "Grotto ' fountain. FOR RENT. IRRIGATED ORCHARD RANCH OU, Lake Chelan, Wash. Cash, im provement, or share term lease. Address Walter V. Cook, Lakeside, Wash. 12-30 LOAN WANTED. WANTED —A loan of $1,500 for two or three years, on farm, good se curity. State interest and time you wish to let your money out. Ad dress H. H. H., Daily World. 12-23 TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT. TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT at the Wenatchee Business College. 1-10 STORE ROOM FOR RENT. GOOD ROOM, 25x120, one of the best in the city. New. Write R. W., care Daily World. 12-2* ROOMS FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT— First floor, front; close in. Call at 530 Orondo. 12-24 A YOUNG LADY wishes to find a place where she can get room and board for helping with the house work. Write or phone the Wenat chee Business College. 12-24 FOR SALE. CORNISH INDIAN GAME stock and eggs. Why not make the boy an Xmas present that will swell his bank account. V. H. Larish. 23 Harrison St.. Everett, Wash. 12-27 GIRL WANTED. WANTED —A girl for general house work. Apply at 13 7 South Chelan street. 12-2S TICKETS FOR SALE. 1,500 automobile and doll contest tickets for sale. Phone 3069. 12-24 FOR SALE. 10 ACRES of good level land, deep rich soil, under high line ditch, all set to Winesap apples with peach fillers. One mile from station. Price $4000. Terms, $2000 cash, easy.terms on balance. Albert M. Scheble Realty Co., room 8, Hal bert Bldg. Phone 2316. 12-24 And Now Comes the Moose. H. Replogle and John MacEachron went through today on No. 43, en route for Seattle. They are organ br inging the Loyal Order of Mooses and will be in Seattle and Tacoma for some time. They expect to be in Wenatchee in about sixty days to put in a week or two organizing here. W. A. Snyder left today for his home at Okanogan. WANTED. FOR SALE. ALL OUR FURNITURE and house hold gooJs for sale. We wish to dispose of these articles at once. Call No. 301 Columbia Bank Bldg. 1-1 GIRL WANTED. GIRL WANTED -For general house work. Enquire Red Cross Phar macy. 12-27 $300 cash will place you in possession of a nicely arranged residence in Wenatchee worth $2,f>00. Balance can be paid for in small amounts monthly. Write to W. M., care of Daily World. 12-24 WOOD FOR SALE. DRY FIR WOOD FOR SALE. Phone C 2 evenings. tf WANTED. WANTED For a client, a corner not less than 100x120 feet, for dwell ing purposes, must be reasonably level and to grade, and be cheap for cash. Give location and price Address A. H. Smith, architect. Box 166. 12-27 LOST OVERCOAT. SOMEONE, by mistake, exchanged overcoats with me in Blue Grouse restaurant last week. Please come and get your coat and bring mine back. Yours is too large for me. Yours, C. E. Stauffer. 12-2 6 10. 15 and 25-cent store. You now know, we have the goods JOB WANTED. A JAPANESE student wants posi tion of any kind to work before and after school hours. Address T. S., P. O. Box 484. 12-23 GIRL WANTED. WANTED —Good girl for general housework. Call at 208 North Chelan or phone 1522. 12-24 LOST. LOST —Between Motteler's Ferry and the D. N. Cook place, a package containing Christmas goods. Re ward to finder. Finder please tele phone Miss Louise Courtway and call for Mr. Hull. 12-2 8 LOCAL MARKET TODAY. Flour. Wenatchee Best .sl-65 Peach Blossom $1.65 Harrington $1.65 Butter ana Eggs. Butter, ranch 40c Butter, lowa 40c State brand 45c Eggs, fresh eastern 40c Eresh ranch 50c Dried Fruits. Apples, evap 2 for 25c Apricots, evap 20c, 3 for 50c Cttion, candied lb. 35c Currants 2 for 25c Dates, yellow 10c Dates Fard 15c Smyrna Figs 15c Figs 25c Lemon peel lb. 35c Will make long-time LOANS on irrigated tract at 8 Per Cent anywhere in Chelan or Doug las counties. J. S. MOONEY & CO., 24 Wenatchee Aye. N. Phone 54 NONEY TO LOAN on Good City and Farm Property John A. Gellatly Orange peel lb. 35c Peaches lie, 2 for 25c Prunes 16c Raisins, seeded 2 for 25c Raisins, seedless 10c, 15c Raisins, layer 2 for 25c Raisins, cluster 20c Fruits. Appies, cooking ....$1.50 to $2.00 Apples, choice $2.50 to $4.00 Bananas doz, 40c Cranberries 2 for 25c Grape Fruit 3 for 25c Crapes, Malaga 20c Lemons doz. 35c Oranges 20c to 60c Cheese am* nouey. Cheese, Wisconsin 25c Brie jar 50c Camerabert jar 50c Cream Brick 30c Limberger brick 50c Imported Swiss 40c McLaren's 20c, 40c Edam $1.25 German Breakfast 4 for 25c Honey 20c, 2 35c Strained honey, at 50c Cereals. Buckwheat, 10 lb. sacks 60c Buckwheat, pkg 25c Corn meal, 101b. sack 35c Farina, 10-lb. sack 40c Graham. 10-lb. sack 35c Graham. 25-lb. sacks 75c Whole wheat, 50-lb. sgs $1.50 Cracked wheat, 10-lb. sks 35c Wheat manna 2 for 25c Hominy. 10-lb sks 50c THE GROTTO Rice 3 lbs. 25c I Rye meal, 10-lb. Sks 50c Rolled oats. D. 8. 2*B ... .2 for 25c Rolled oats, 10-lb. sks 45c Split peas 3 for 25c Sweet hearts. 10-lb. sack 40c Rata. Pound Almonds 25c Brazils 25c Chestnuts 30c Cocoannts 15c, 2 for 25c Filberts 25c Peanuts 15c Pecans 25c Pinens 30c Walnuts 20c Sugar. Dry granulated 6.15 Pickles. Sour qt. 25c Sweets ft. 40c Dills daz. 20c Kraut 4 lbs. 25c Olives, quart 60c Vegetables. Beans, brown 3 lbs. 25c Beans, lima 3 lbs. 25c Beans, white 3 lbs. 25c Beets 6 lbs. 25c Cabbage 3c Cauliflower 15 to 25c Carrots 3c Celery 10c Cucumbers, hothouse, each 20c Garlic lb. 30c Horseraddish root lb. 25c Lettuce, hothouse 2 for 15c Onions, dry 3c Parsley bunch 5c Parsnips lb. 4c Pimentos can 25c Pop corn, shelled 4 lbs. 25c Pop corn, shelled 3 lbs. 25c Potatoes 9k $1.00 Pumpkins lb. 2c Rutabagas lb. 3%c Tomatoes, hothouse 2 lbs. 25c Squash 4c Turnips lb. 3c Sweet potatoes, lb 4c Meat and Poultry. Hound steak 15c Loin steak 18c T bone steak 20c Pork chops 17 %c Pork roast 18c Veal chops 15 to 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 17 y»c Fresh FIVQ. Pound Salmon 16c Halibut 12 %c Perch 10c Salmon trout 20c Smelt 12 He Cured Meats. Bacon 22® 30c Ham 201. Pickled pork 17c The Daily World Want Ads Read Daily World Want Ads and you will see how easily you can. Through them you are kept in touch with opportunity. If you want to buy horses, you want to know all the best bargains. If you want to sell, you want to know who will pay the highest prices. Daily World Want Ads will tell you. You can also learn of the best money-making opportunities, chances to buy things for the farm and home at bar gains, where to get a comfortable boarding place when you come to the city. Shoulders 17c Lard and Cottolene. Lard substitute, 50-lbs $6.50 Lard, 3-lbs 60 Lard, 5-lbs 90 Lard. 10-lbs 1.75 Lard, 30-lbs 5.25 Cottolene, 4-lbs 80 Cottolene, 10-lbs 1.85 Hay. Alfalfa, ton , $22.00 Timothy, ton $27.00 Wheat hay. ton $2 5.00 Glass, Glass Bring in your sash and we'll do the rest. We have it in all sizes. Russell & Johnson Painters and Decorators Cor. Orondo and Mission Eagle Transfer Co. INC. CITY DRAY AXI) TRANSFER Special Attention to Baggage. Bus to All Trains and Boats. WENATCHEE, WASH. HomeMade Sweetness forChri^mas The Fern Candy Kitchen's home made candy needs no in troduction to the people of Wenatchee and vicinity. Every man and woman, every boy and 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 onb)' a small list of our goods: Old Time Mixed 10c per lb. Fern Mixed Candy, lb 30c Full Cream Mixed 20c Chocolate Cream Gophers 20c Fancy Crimp Candy 25c Crystal Mixed 15c Choice Mixed Rata 15c Candy Canes and Baskets, all prices. A choice line of Fancy Boxes, up-to-date. Glazed Fruit, all kinds, lb. 60c Fern Candy Kitchen C. F. Eggiman, Proprietor Wenatchee Bowling League Schedule At TBS WKSATIUKK BOWLING PARLORS sth Jan. 3 Jan. » Jan. 7 Week Bankers Apple Packefs Clerks Maxwells Electrics Republics 6th Jan 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Week Maxwells Bankers Clerks Republics Apple Packers Electrics 7th Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Week Electrics Bankers Apple Packers Maxwells Republics Clerks Bth Jan. 24 Jan. 20 Jan. 28 Week ' Bankers Electrics Apple Packers Clerks Republics Maxwells 9th Jan 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Week Maxwells Bankers Apple Packers Clerks Electrics Republics 10th Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb 11 Week Bankers Apple Packers Clerks Maxwells Blectrics Republics No pesiinonement of any game allowed. Phone 1101. Death of Red Cloud. Red Cloud, the last of the great Sioux chiefs, died at the home of his son on Pine Ridge agency Friday. He was about 85 years of age. He was an uncivilized Indian and while even tually whipped to a standstill bore a grudge against the white man until the last because of the wrongs com mitted against his people. He was especially troublesome in the late sixties, when in his prime, and vig orously opposed the construction of the Union Pacific over its present rout*- through Nebraska and Colora do. When he could not induce the government to change the route and spare his people's game territory he said. "I'll strew it with dead soldiers from beginning to end,' - and he came pretty near doing it. Kimball D.) Graphic. HOTEL SHIRLEY Fifth Avenue Seattle k> KA H PIKE STREET ■«»I ■ ■ ■ • Modern—Central European Rates; From & 1.00 and Dp per Day V*h«t the Shirley wants it Toar Patronagej^T^* Have the Daily World left at your door and read today's news today. Going to California Herman lands, Fresno county, Cal | itornia, with its yearly crop of | oranges, lemons. Oliver, figs, peaches, : apricots, alfalfa, Indian corn, melons, land all other fruits, grasses, grains and vegetables of both temperate and semi-tropical climates, selling for over twenty-five million dollars per I year, offers you every possible ad | vantage for health, comfort and pr> i fit. Kerman lands are level, rich : and immensely productive. Under ; thorough irrigation. Every atvant j age. Very rapid settlement taking i place. Rapidly growing town and ! surrounding country. Best lands at I very reasonable cost and liberal i terms. This is what you have been look | ing for. ©ARNINE & STORGAARD. Kerman, California. YOUR CLOTHES will wear longer and look better if you let us do YOUR LAUNDRY WORK We call far and deliver all bundle*. PRESSING AND CLEANING A SPECIALTY. Phone 77. WKNATCHEE HAND LAUNDRY j Corner Orondo and Columbia Street. Safety Deposit Boxes $8.00 per year. A limited number to rent. Farmers & Merchants Bank Capital $50,000.00.