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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 22 September 1905

ROOSEVELT URGES FEDERAL CONTROL OF LIFE INSURANCE Pi c sident will urge Government Con trol of Life Insnrance Companies in his next Annual Message to Congress which he is now Preparing OYSTER BAY, Sept. 21.—Secre tary of State Root, Senator Henry C. Lodge of Massachusetts and Joseph H. Choate, who spent last night at Saga more Hill as guests of President Roos evelt, left for Hew York this morning. The conferecue between the Presi dent and his visitois was admittedly important. Tli6 principal topic of dis cussion was the recent disclnsu es in the conduct of the life insnrance com panies of Nsw York, being made by a committee of the New York Legis lature The President has in course of preparation his annual message to Con gress, and as he proposes to discues the insurance question in that message with special reference to federal legis lation for the regulation of insurance he desired to confer with his close tiiends as to the manner in winch he should treat the subject. The conferenc...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 23 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY VOLUME I.—NO. 72. BIG APPLES FOR THE PORTLAND FAIR Many are so Large that Only Eight- een can be Packed in One Box CIRCUMFERENCE 18 INCHES Fruit at Portland Is from Che lan County and Many Freniums are Expected George Farwell, superintendent of the Washington horticultural exibit nt the Lewis and Clark exposition, re turned to Portland last evning. Mr. Far well as spent the last two weeks in the valley collecting fruit for the state and county exhibits and expressed himself as well pleased with the liber ality of the residents. During the time that he was here he secured 150 boxes of fruit from Wenatchee alone. Cashmere did her part by conrtibuting 75 boxes, while Malaga and other towns loyally did their shaie. Though a fair amount of other fruit was pecur ed in Wenatchee, tne bulk of the ship ments consisted of apples. Ben Chapman contributed a number of apples some of whiob meamsnred 18 inches around and weighed almost 30 ounces. Some of the apples in the last ship...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 23 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Peetoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mail, in Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, par week., • -10 SATURDAY. - - SEPTEMBER 23. 1905 PUBLICITY IN CAMPAIGN CON TRIBUTIONS. That the facts lately revealed re garding the New Yo "k Life Insurance company's campaign contiibutions should lead to a general discussion of the ethical propriety and political ex pediency of such connections between politics and business is inevitable. In spi*e of the common reports regarding each practices, the positive proof now presented has come with shock to the pcblio. The apprehension will not be allayed by Judge Parker's comments on the situation. The evidence brought to light in the case of the insuiance com...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 23 September 1905

CHILDREN STOLEN AND MAIMED FOR USE IN BEGGING Horrible Practices of Galician Beg gars are Revealed by a Mother s Discovery of her Crippled Boy who had been Kidnapped. VIENNA, Sept. 22;— V» instance of the manner in which children are stolen and maimed in order that they may be used for begging lias been brought to light by a romautic meeting and recognition at the Gailcian place of pilgrimage, Kalwirya P.iclav.ska. One of the pilgrims visiting the shrine, a Fran Drcewicka, gave a small coin to a crippled boy lying in a hand cart, when the boy cried "Mother! Mother!'* and the woman recognized her ow.i clul I, win had disappeared three ye.irs before Frau minted, and a rough looking nun who pusn-ri ttiecart made off as fast us lie could, and stabbed one of the pilrgi us who attempted to stop him fie woU'd hay ■ escaped hut for the tiiteiy of the police. Wiiearestored to his mother the boy gave a narrowing account of how he had been enticed away trom home by a stranger, who at tec wards...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 23 September 1905

SAYS SIBERIA IS RICH AS ALASKA IN GOLD AND FURS i Distinguished Russian Scientist Tells of his Travels in Siberia and Sak-! I halm—Says Natives Wear Many Roughly Fashcned Gold Ornaments SEATTLE, SEPT- 22.—Nicolav Kirileff, of Vladivostok, a man who was sent out through the wilds of Si beria by the Historical Museum of New York City for the purpose of studying the primitive races founo there, reached Seattle yesterday. "Siberia will some day be a grand country," he said. "It is rich iv fur and mineral?. It is a sleeping giant awaiting the touch of the magic wand to spring into life and activity. I have travelled extensively through that country and I know it is as rich as Alaska. I have found tribes of natives who wear roughly fashioned gold orn aments as other natives wear hears teeth and claws. They know nothing of miniug, and tha* gold must have been where they could piok it up off the ground. "I might say that the entire country is bat waiii.ig the coming of the rail road thas wi...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 73. MILLION DOLLAR BLAZE IN BUTTE Fire Destroys Five Principal Business Blocks in the Center of the City LIBRARY 13 BADLY BURNED Firemen Work Heroically for Five Hours Before Flames are Under Control BUTTE, Mont., Sept. 24.—Fire causing a less estimated at about *1,000,000 today consumed the en tire portion of Butte lying between the Shodaii block and Renshaw alley, on the south side ot West Paik street, aud half destroyed the public library. It totally destroyed the following blocks: Maole, York, Barrett, Woodward and Ogden. The nre call was turned in at 8:40 a. m At noon the four stor" Symons gtare was a mass of flames and the pub lio library and the otber places were burning simultaneously. At 1 o'clock Mayor MacGinuis announced the fire under control. CASHMERE NEWS Cashmere. Sept. 24. A. C. Jones returned from Seattle last night. _ _ Mrs. J. Seamen came np from We natchee to etay for a short time. F. Douabam,~ salesman for Wood, Clark Co., of ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORID PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Poetoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main off.ee--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee. Washington. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mail. In Advanea, • $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per week.. * .10 MONDAY, • • SEPTEMBER 25. 1905 THE CZAR AS A PEACEMAKER. There ie something rather fantastic in Nicholas ll.'s posings as a promoter of universal peace, bnt if the report be trne that he has issued invitations to the nations to take nart in a second conference at The Hague he will have to be accepted at his own appraisement Nicholas wat- the author of the con ference of 1899 at The Hague, which gained him a good deal of prestige at the time as of friend of world peace. anti-imperialists de- The Amercioan clared Russia was a friend of peace while the United States was an ad vocate of war, t...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 September 1905

FINNS GET READY TO FIGHT RUSSIA FOR FREEDOM Three Hundred Thousand Oppressed Patriots of Finnland are Ready to Battle With Russia for Their Inde pendence from that Country. HELSLKGFOR3, Finland, Sept. 25. —War against the authority of the Czar iv an effort to secure the Hide penrleuce of Finland is believed to be imminent. It is asserte i that 300,000 Fiunish Turner?, officered by Swedes, are ready for the first call to arms. Supposed charity societies are said to have collected a war fund of 1000,000, oo rubles ($51,000,000). Even oargoes of ammuuitio i have been landed and distributed Guns for the revolutionists have been sup lied and careiullv concealed. Niae hundred r*p esmt. ti.es of the Fiuuith people were to have met iv Helsings fors within the list few d»ys to re claim the independence of Finland nut aehipwreok which occurred a week ago, disarranged the plan* at the lead ers aud prevented the meeting. A prominent Finnish senator said today: "That shipwreck only delayed cur I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 September 1905

QUEEN WILHELMINA UNHAPPY AND IN VERY POOR HEALTH People of Holland are much Alarmed over the 111 Health of the Queen who has Separated from her Un kind Husband HAGUE, Sept. The people of Holland are alarmed over the ill health of the Queen Wilhelminn, and an open rupture that has taken place between her aud her consort, Prince ' Henry. The queen is iv her 26th year. She married Duke Henry cf Meeklenberg- Sohweriu February 7, 1901. The mar riage has been unhappy. The consort was accused of ill-treating his wife in the first year of their marriage. Should Preach Potent Sermons PEOrIIA, 111 . Sept. 86.—Bishop Fowler in his address before the class bn ordination in the central Illinois M. E. tionftrence session, told the be ginner that they Ehould preach potent seimoLS, aud, if they did not posess them, it was legitimate to steal them' providing they nave proper credit for the stolen goods The Bishop's addrjsa was a feature of the conference, which will meet here again next year. Court ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 74. JAMES J. HILL WILL ATTEND THE FAIR President of Great Northern Railroad on way West Sends Telegram This Morning WILL DELIVER AN ADDRESS Has Accepted Invitation of Chelan County Fair Association and Commercial Club James J. Hill has promised to at- tend the Chelan county fair and will 'probably deliver an address at the grounds. Mr. Hill is now ou his way west and expects to stop 1 in Wenat chee. A telergam from Walter M. Olive and L. V. Wells to Mr. Hill and his reply is as follows: Mr. James J. Hill: "The Chelan county Fair Association and the We- natohee Commercrial club extend their ' compliments to you and your party and would highly honor your presence at our feu to be held at Wenatchee, Sept. 27 to 30. The fruit exhibit promises to be the finest ever seen at a county fair and the people of Chelan county will welcome you iv their midst. (Signed) "WALTER M. OLIVE." For the Cbelan Co. Fair Association "L. V. WELLS." For the Wenatchee Commer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Entered'as second-class matter at the Postofficeat Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washinotc*. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall. In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per week, - .10 TUESDAY, - • SEPTEMBER 26, 1905 THE PANIC-SITRICKEN PACKERS It will be noticed that the beef pack era and their friends have abandoned tlreir old jaunty air. The trials wbioh •re pending in the United States court at Chicago mean business. This •discovery has been made by the indict ed persons, and there is no longer any levity among them in speaking of the situation. Heavy fines have been im posed upon several of them. The ef fort now is to exhaust all the legal de vices in securing delay. Yet the packers ought to have fore seen their present troubles. The Re- publican paity made a promise ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 September 1905

From Our Correspondents Interesting Items From Other Towns WINCHESTER ITEMS Winchester, Sept. 24. Orva Thayer died this morning of typoid fever. The lemains are to be taken to Winlock for interment. Miss Anna Buege returned to her school at Columbia Siding this noon. Mrs. Geogre A. Johns and inothei. Mrs Wilcox, went to Wenatchee to visit relatives and take in the fair. They will remain until toe end of the week. F. M. QuiDn is reported on the sick list having been ailing since his return from Spokane. Rev. Ben Carter was a caller at the home of S. A. DeVauey Sunday. D. G. DeVauey went to Wenatchee this noon returning ou the five o'clocs with a casket for the remains of Orva Thayer who died this morning. Harry Noeker was a oaller in our mi.l=t today, retnrnii gto his home stead this evening. S A. De Vane?'s new house is rap idly assumi ig tbe the appearance of a residence, will add a great deal to the homelike sairouadiugs of his home scead. Rev. Course filled his appointment at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 September 1905

SHOOT DOWN ALL AMERICAN POACHERS SAYS CANADIAN Cabinet Officer Declares that Yankee Fishermen will be kept from Poach ing in Canadian Waters at all Hazards CLEVELAND, Ohio, Sept. 26.— Minister of Marine Prefontaine. with a party of Canadians, was a visitor to the American Ship building company in this city today. In an interview realtive t > the re cent tiring upon American fish tugs by the Canadian cruiser Vigilaut, Minis ter Prefontaiue said that if it was ne cessary to protect the fishing rights of Canada in the great lakes, Canada would build a second Vigilant and put it in patrol service iv the great lakes. He said that Canada was determined to break up the practice oi American fishermen poichina in Canadian wat ers. The minister said that if it was ne cessary, extreme measures would be reported to. '• The fact that fish seem to have a ptefersoae for Canadian waters is our good fortune," said the minister in conclusi on. In Mac! Chase Millions rush in a mad chase after healt...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 27 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 75. AT FULLEST CAPACITY Manager Fov has now More Advance Orders for Wenatchee Canned Fruit Than He Can Fill PAYS 80 GIRLS $2 00 A WEEK Quantities of Tomatoes. Pears. Peaches Cherries and Apples have been Canned this Season. The cannery is running to its fullest rapacity, tnough short of help ou ac ccunt of the opening of school. To matoes, pears ard peaches, and a a few apples are being canned. Double the amount of tomatoes are being canned that was expected and 4000 3 -pound cans of tnis vegetable are vow being turned out daily. The cannery has 12,000 cans of cherries on hand. These are pat up iv the very best sugar syrup and are of the famous 'Biug' and " Royal Anne" varieties-. In addition to this, there are on hand 8000 cats of- apricots aud 100,00 cans of peaches and as many more will be put up during the season. While this amount does not repre sent the fall capacity ot the cannery, it is a remarkably good showing con- the high price of frui...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 27 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Entered as second-dass matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Wasblngtc*. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: On* Year, by Mail, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, par weal, - .10 WEONSEOAY. • • SEPTEMBER 27, 1905 WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN EX- PECTED IN CUBA. The Cohan Congressman, Enrique Villneadas, the local chief of police, othes were killed and many wounded in an armed conflict of political factions at Cienfaegos, Cuba, a few days ago. ~Thus begins the Bort of thing which was to be expected and which was pre dicted when Cuba was cut adrift from the United Statees. Spanish misrule in Cuba brought about conditions which resulted in the destruction of the Maine and compePed the Am erican people to go to war. With the blojd~of her sons and with h» r treas ure America froe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 27 September 1905

A GHOST ABOARD [Copyright, 1904, by T. C. McClure.] We were bound from Liverpool to a South American port in the new clip per ship Danube, and one night, when seven or tight days out. we lost tbe breeze and lay idly on a glassy sea. A sailor named Charles .lones was ©n watch as lookout at 10 o'clock. He was a sober, dignified man and the best seaman of the crew. As second mate of the ship 1 had charge of that watvb at the time, while the captain and chief mate were lounging about on the fore and main decks. Of a sudden Jones yelled out and came running aft In a state of great excitement. He was in such a per tiirlxtl state that it was rive minutes before he could relate his story. He was pacing to and fro. be said, keeping n bright lookout and not thinking of anything in particular when he sud denly found something walking beside him. He heard no step or sound, but ji "something" stood shoulder to shoul der with him. It wasn't a man not was it yet a shadow. The sailor felt its breat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 27 September 1905

ALEXANDER DOWIE SAYS KIMG EDWARD JOINS HIS FLOCK At His Zion City Tabernacle Sunday Morning Cowie Made the Startling Statement That He had Converted King Edward of England. WM7K£aAN. 111. Sept. 27.—At Shiloh Tabernacle Zion City, 'yestei day morning Jchn Alexander Dowie made the startling statement that King Edward of England, h a s -been converted to belief in the Christian Catholio Choich, which is the title ot the denomination that he has founded. According to Dowies story, a woman member of the London Restoration Host, iv the course of her duties iv visiting houses and distributing Zioo literature, came to King Edwards' pal ace and demanded to see the king. This was greuted her and after sever al visits, Dr. Dowie asserts, the king was converted. After this through the king's iu fiueuce, Dr. Dowie stated, that his tracts and other literature are now be iug read in every royal household IB Europe. C. C, Bicrn, agent for the C & 9. i teuubott company, at Brewster, has n turned...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 28 September 1905

VOLUME I.—NO. 76. JIM HILL SPEAKS ATTHEFAIR TODAY President Hill and His Party Arrive in City at Noon and Go at Once to Fair Grounds. INSPECT THE FRUIT EXHIBIT Tells the People Who have Built up the Valley not to Hurry to Sell Out. James J. Hill, president of the Great Northern Rai'road company, and a party of other officials of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads arrived in the city today noon. They were welcomed by Ar thur Gunn representing the Commer cial club and Walter Olive and D. A. Beal, representing the Fair assocition. The party was taken immediately to the fair grounds where a half hour was spent looking over the fruit and other farm exhibits. All were very much interested in the wonderful pro ducts of the valley . After the fruit inspection was over Mr. Hill was es corted to tbe grand stand to make a short speech. After an introduction by Mr. Beal, Mr. Hill said in part: " When I first came to this valley thirteen years ago I slept in a ilttle shr.nty. Ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 28 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Pestofficeat Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farn»ers 592 subscription rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Month*, by Mail, in Advance 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per week-. - .10 AN AMERICAN IN THE ORIENT. Miss Alice RooEevelt's tour in Asia has been notable for many reisons. It is the first of the soit which has been made by any American girl. It has covered more thousands of miles of travel tban women usually undertake even when they have several times as long to do it iv as she will hay«. Everywhere s'ie has been accorded the honors commonly extended to mem bers of royal families of great nations, although she herself is the most dem ocratic of women. The reception extended to the Presi dent's daughter by the emperor and empress of Japan was notable lor the marks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 28 September 1905

From Our Correspondents Interesting items From Other Towns MALAGA ITEMS Johnny Usher's team gave him and his neighbor quite an exoiting time Tuesday ateiuoon. He had a load of empty apple boxes ou bis wagou and they concluded to scatter them for him. They ran nearly a mils and left au app'e box ev;ry few rols. Mr.'and Mrs. Albin and family were the guests of G. R. Brobeck and fam ily, Wednesday. Mr. and M;s. Al ign are from the Badger Mor-nta n country and were down lookiug o\er their new real estate posess.o js here Miss Stella A Utnl SPgli ol Wui.icit was uuwu Monday eveniug to iustruct her class in vocal and insttumeutal music. She returned Tuesiay. John Gorr has sold uuother torty acres to John Usher. Consi leratiou 15000. Tim relieves Mr. Gorr of his real estate holdii g-> in this valley and he will he looking for greener fields- S. J. P- rry returned to his heme in Spokane Tuesday morning. J James Couarty resigned his pesiti n with C. P. Kinney aud cams ho:ut ■ Tuesday morn...

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