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QPEN FRUITSGHOOL AT WW Courses for Business and Professional Men and for Growers. Short courses in fruit growing will be offered by the department of horticulture of the state college this winter, the first •commencing Janu iry 2nd and continuing for 10 weeks, and dealing with the propogation of ell kinds of nursery stock, the grow ing of both ortharl and small fruits, the harvesting, picking, packing and marketing of a]l kinds of horticul tural crops, and the general manage ment of orchards. This counse will consist of lec tures, class work and laboratory work in the greenhouses, the gar dens and the orchards. It is intend ed to cover the entire field of prac tical fruit culture. g3ving the young fruit grower or student a general tiaining in the many phases of hor ticulture. The second or special course will commence Feb. 13 and continue for two weeks, dealing exclusively with commercial fruit growing in the Pacific Northwest. The course will consist of lectures, discissions and practical field demonstrations, and OFFICE £k I YARD phone ■ ■ m Jm m m phone 1425 wnL 5585 Wellington Wesco Coal STEAM Lump - $9.00 LUMP DELIVERED We& Coa& Agencies, Inc. Arrow Transfer Co's Office Bunkers R. R. Bet. 2nd and sth 114 Wenatchee Aye. N. j | Insurance Co. j M », X home office X"A ft X WHITE BUILDING. SEATTLE ! m / We ha^ve sold V v $100,000 worth of Insurance the last £ f 50 in <*£f Wenatchee M. L. Baker j jj \ SUPERVISOR i j | Headquarters Hotel < j J , Llman J P. . • ■■ : r ; r i ... ; is specially Intended for the business or profeealoaal' man contemplating entering the field of horticulture, as well as men who have already had some experience and desire more, and others who are in the business and wish to keep informed on the latent progress and methods in the fruit growing industries. The work in commercial fruit growing will be handled by Prof. W. S. Thornber, head of the department of horticulture of the college. As sistant Prof. W. M. Morris will give ♦he work in small fruit and nursery work. W. G. Brierly will instruct in harvesting, packing and marketing; Prof. R. K. Beattie, head of the de partment of botany, the work in piant diseases; Dr. H. B. Humphrey, lectures on diseases of orchards and small fruits; Prof. A. L. Melander. lectures on insects common in fruit growing with special reference to their destruction. Conley Bests Dougherty. Fond dv Lac, Wis., Dec. 29. —The fight between Tommy Dougherty and Frankie Conley was stopped at the end of the fifth round last night when Dougherty was compelled to re*ire with a wrenched shoutder, Dougherty wanted to continue, but Bob Fitzsimmons, former cham pion, who was referee, refused to allow it. Conley did all the leading and time and again drove Dougherty to the ropes, but was unable to finish his man. THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1910. mm willing 10 FIGHT Providing Some Club Will Hang Up a Small For tune for Match. Chicago. Dec. 29.—Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion, who has re ceived a challenge from Al Kaufman, the battle to take place in six months or a year, today said he would fight Kaufman at any time if he can get $30,000 for his end. The big negro is eager to battle, and if the money is put up Johnson will get down to work and prepare himself to defend his title. ' Of course, I'll fight Kaufman if I can get $30,000 for my end," the champion said today. "And I don't care how soon the date is fixed, for I want to mix matters with someone. Kaufman has been going around the country making statements that I was not a real champion and that as soon as he (Kaufman) acquired a little more experience he would take the title away from me. "If Kaufman wants to meet me just let him get some club to hang up a purse and I'll fight him over any distance. Perhaps he has an idea he can whip me because he act ed as one of my sparring partners when I was training for Jeffries. Why. he was the easiest man I had to hit, and I could have knocked him out every time we sparred. If he Is as good as he thinks he is let him go ahead and see what he can do toward getting some club to put up the money. I am ready at any time if they give me $30,000 for my end, win, lose or draw." The negro champion is negotiating with a European theatrical booking agency, and said arrangements prac tically had been completed for his European tour, which will begin early in April. According to present plans Johnson will show in all the big cities in Europe, but he will not engage in any fights. TRAIN DISPATCHER AT TIE Orders Come From Summit Now .Obviating Much Wire Trouble. In order to facilitate train dis patching over the Cascade mountain division, the Great Northern has sta tioned three dispatchers and a chief dispatcher at Tye, where the com pany has erected several four-room cottages for the use of telegraphers and their families. Heretofore all wire orders were sent from Supt. O'Neill's office in Everett, but winter storms cause considerable wire trouble between the summit and Everett, resulting, not infrequently, in disrupted sched ules. Six feet of snow on a level lies upon the ground just east of Cascade tunnel, while three feet has fallen in the vicinity of Tye. This snow fall is unusually light for the last, of December. No trouble has as yet been experienced this winter in the operation of trains. Wife Murderer to Hang. Lawton, Okla., Dec. 29.—A1l pre parations are complete for the exe cution in the jail here tomorrow of John Hopkins, who is to pay the death penalty for the murder of his wife. The crime was committed more than three years ago and the case was carried to the highest courts in a vain effort to save the convicted man from the gallows. Barber Smith Married. F .C. Smith, of Brewster, and Mtss Polly Evans, of Dawson. Yukon ter ritory, were united in msrriage in Seattle yesterday. The srojm is a well known barber of this city but for the past two years hos trade il« home in Brewster. MADE $8500 111 SIX WEEKS Clark Cox Had Fortunate Streak in British Columbia. ■■ * \ Clark Cox, of Cox & MrGohau, has returned home from a six weeks business trip to Vancouver, 13. C Mr. Cox for the past several yean; har had interests in British Columbia and has spent considerable fine there. About six weeks ago finding things a little dull In the real estate business here, he thought to spend a few weeks in British Columbia. He returned home this week $8.*»0*) to the good. The Canadian Pacific is making extensions out fiom Vancouver and announced a new townsite at Cocuit lan, 16 miles from Vancouver. Mr. Cox secur :d options on soma hold ings there, the opt'om; only costing him Si".') in cash, and he cleaned up just before he loft ?8. r »OU. He says things are booming in lower British Columbia and a!l the real estate men are making money at that place. He will spend a couple of weeks here closing up some busi ness and then may go back to Van couver to remain until about the first of March. FEAR CAPITAL MAY BE HOODOO Everett Not Unanimous in Coveting Olympia's Distinction. Everett. Dec. 29. —Owing to a di vision of sentiment regarding the proposed campaign to seek the re moval of the capital from Olympia to Everett, for there are business men in this city who object to this plan, the directors of the Everett Business Men's association this morn ing decided to call a special session of the association to take a vote of the entire membership. Directors Favor Plan. A discussion of the merits and de merits of the capital removal pro ject was held by the directors, and a majority stood in favor of getting the capital if possible. The sole ob jection offered is that cities where capitol buildings are located are usu ally retarded in growth. This argu ment, however, is scouted by many business men here, who assert that, being a seaport city of considerable size and importance and one of the chief manufacturing points in the northwesjt. Everett need entertain no fear of being held back in the event she gets the capital. Wait on Falconer. The date on which this special meeting is to be held hinges entirely upon the ability of the Everett Busi ness Men's association to arrange with Senator A. J. Falconer, now in Olympia. The senator is strongly in favor of making a spirited campaign for the capital, and he believes its removal from Olympia could be brought about. Advertised Letters. Letters remaining at th* 3 Wenat chee postoffice unclaimed for the week ending December 27. 1910. Mary Bell. Camilla Bartolo. Char lie Brown, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. j Laura Burke, Martin Butler. John j Burton. Wm. Burrow, Roy Chacey, J. E. Clark, Mrs. Eliza Conway, ! James R. Campbell. James L. Camp bell, Miss Mary Donnelly, W. E. Da j vis, D. H. Dull, B. F. Ellis. I. E. jGleason, Leota Holcomb, J. P. Hack er, Bert Harmon. Frank Kendig. Mrs. Mac Lloyd, J. H. Lawless (2). Mr. j McGuire, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller. Mrs. jj. S. Marllony, Agnes Mack, Sarah Jj. Moore, Bertha Mudge. John Pi off, Mrs. Eva Peters (2). S. G. Ricedorff, ! Mrs. Wm. Sprague. James Thomp son, Marko Vlasich, Mrs. Marie Wil cox, James West. Persons calling for the above will please say advertised. T. L. ROSS, P. M. In Gladstone's Memory. London. Dec. 29. —Several hand some wreaths placed about the base of the Gladstone monument in front of St. Clement Dane's church, In the Strand, reminded nassersby today that this was the anniversary of the birth of the "Great Commoner.'' In the little church at Hawarden. whe/e Mr. Gladstone was a life-long wor shipper, the customary anniversary services were held in honor of his memory. Cattle Raisers and Dairymen. Starkville, Miss.. Dec. 29 —The Mississippi Live Stock and Dairy as sociation met at the Agricultural and Mechanical college today and began its annual convention. The proceed ings began this morning with an ad dress by the president, Dr. Tait But ler, who was followed by H. E. Bl*k- — eslee, state commissioner of agricul ture, and J. m. Taylor, of Port Gib son. Commissioner Blakeslee spoke of the progress of the live stock in dustry in Mississippi. "Live Stock as a Means 0 f Meeting the 801 l Wee vil" was the subject of Mr. Taylor's address. This afternoon the associa tion discussed the raising and feed ing of brpf calves and the necessity of state control of animal diseases. Tomorrow the association will con clude its sessions. Masons Install at Waterville. WaterviHe, Wash., Dec. 29.—The installation of the officers of Badger TONIGHT A GREAT COMEDY SKETCH SENATOR AND MRS. MONTROSE SPECIALLY FINE FILMS Wenatchee Theatre Announcement I wish to announce that I have just installed the first and only £ French Dry Cleaning Machine and am prepared to clean hoth Ladies' and Gentle men's Clothing correctly and satisfactorily at reason able prices. Also Ladies' Hat Plumes and Feathers made to look new through this French process. Pri ces and work guaranteed satisfactory. Send me a trial order and let me convince you what real French Dry Cleaning means. 2 doors west Pat Healey from Wenatchee Theatre THE TAILOR WE SELL BLACK DIAMOND A W WELLINGTON fl IB I CROW'S NEST NEWCASTLE Remember, that when all is said we still sell the best and can heat your building cheaper than any one else. If you like Wellington we have the genu ine article. WENATCHEE FUEL CO. J. H. Ferryman, Manager. Phone 125 Phone 2125 When you are ready to make your side Sewer Connection : Phone CHARLES O. WASSON ; Home Phone 272 Office Phone 3275 < Talk to Grant About: your needs in all lines of Real Estate. We can give you bargains that will surprise you. Build you a house, we can get you the money. Phone 2118. Office No. 4S. Mission. W. A. GRANT JOB PRINTING Tshe Kind that gives satisfaction is the kind that is done at She Daily World Mountain Lodge No. 57, F. & A. M., took place Tuesday evening. The installation was followed by a ban quet and a dance. The principal officers are: ,G. P. Wiley, W. M.; C. C. White* S. W.; C. J. Stanley, J. W.; Mj E. Lies, treasurer; Charles Valentine, secre tary. la yH • - Get the Genuine Always. A substitute is a dangerous make shift especially in medicine. The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds quickly and is In a yellow package. Accept -'no substi tutes. Wenatchee Drug Co.