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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 3 September 1907

Local Market Quotations feae.h Blossom Flour (f-Olb sack) 11-35 Bran, per ton $19.00 Shorts, per ton j 21.80 Bran a.r;d shorts 19-50 , Chop barley 25.00 Ali grain chop 30.00 Retail I Tires Grain hay $23.00 Timothy bay 3T..00 Aira'.fa 20.00 Otts 32.00 Rolled -barley 30.00 Corn «... ?-2.00 Potatoes OS 1 ? lb Little & Wetsel. Steers . . ... 03% Hogs -....07% Veal, live, small 04 Veal (drtssed) 07 tl ens } 1 Snrluaer-' ... .15 fildust green) 05 Hide; (dry) 10 Har'.in Meat Co. Steers (alve) 03 Cows - - - , I: ides ■ y.reen) I*6 Hides Idry) 12V4 Hogs : 07 Veal { dressed) 05 to 07 Hens 11 Springers .„ 15 Turkeys 15 Ducks 1* Seattle Quotations. Corn, Wenatchee, 10-12 ' dozen 100 Corn, 16 doz 2.25® 2.50 Corn, sacked 2.25 ft 2.50 Egg plan', Calif 16 @ .18 Egg plan. Wtnatchee. .0".: .12 Sweet potatoes 1 -12 Pumpkins 01%® .02 Fruits. Apple?, eastern. W.. 1.66 @ 1.50 Apples, Calif., new. . . 1.50 Crabapples 69® 1.23 Cherries, Blk Rep lb . .10fJ .12% Cherries, «our, tb . . . .07% ('berries, l...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 3 September 1907

Farmers & Merchants Bank of Wenatchee CAPITAL $50,000 4 per cent, paid on Savings FIRE INSURBNCE We now represent ten of tl c best Fire Insurance companies doing business in the west. Our prompt settlement in the Tupper & Oilman loss brought us thousands of dol lars of insurance. GILT EDGE COMPANIES PROMIT ADJIST.MI'.VrS LOWEST RATES Come and see us ln-fore in suring your property. BOWER & NOWLAN KEAL ESTATE LOANS AND IXST'KANCK. Livery For drives from Leavenworth we have six sood driving teams and a hunch of saddle horses. For trips to the mountains consult u>. AH kinds of feed for sale. W. M. RICK Leavenworth, :: Wash. Fine Livery Carriages for Weddings and Funerals. Drayatre and Express. A special ty of Piano Moving EAGLE LIVERY TRANSFER CO Be On Time It is a great thins :o be always punctual, it may mean Dollars in Your Pocket REPAIRING | You cannot expect to be punctual it you are trusting to a watch that is not in thorough order. Save your reputation for punctu-...

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. — 4 September 1907

VOL HI. NO. 55. Scarcity of Houses is Becoming a Serious Factor in the Life of the City and Houses to Rent are Hard to Find—Apartment Houses Needed Many more homes are needed iT: Wenatchee is a SCirettV ot houses iter ' which i& agita f "n;r t|t<j winds of teal est at; dealers, a'ohi tects, carpenters, contractors, but most of all those who daily are look- Mi? for houses to live in such as will meet their requirements. During the summer many people have been out of town and yet the conditions of thins;.* have not been Improved. What will be the order of things this winter, many are ask ing, when the winter influx of people Rig Wheat Crop Comes <<n Boat. The steamer •Okanogan" which arrived yesterday afternoon from Brewster brought if 6."»0 s»rks Of this years crop of wheat which was laised around Bridgeport Walter Iff. Olive left Monday mzV for Vancouver, B. C. to moet Mrs Olive who has been in New Bruns wio.k visiting at the home of her parents for the past summer. She...

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. — 4 September 1907

Tbe Wenatchee World! Published Daily Except Sunday by the j World-Advance Publishing Company. Main Office —Business and Editorial. • Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Pbone j 1131. RCFUS WOODS Manager FRED SIMFICH Edito* Entered as second-class matter si the postoftiee at Wenatchee Wash. SUBSCRIPiION RATES. One Yean by mail, in advance. . $5.00 j Viz Months, by mail, in advance. $2.50 j Delivered by rarrl«-r, per week. . .10 j WEDXESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1007. THE FLEET IX THE PACIFIC The details of the voyage of the American fleet from our Atlantic to oar Pacific coast are now* announced with bdfficient fullness to justify tome general forecast of the unpre cedented undertaking. The total apparent distance to be sailed is 13, --772 miles, to which something should probably be ad led for slight diver gences from the most direct course, especially in entering and leaving ports of call. A speed of ten knots an hour—the most economical rate —is to be maintained. The entir...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 4 September 1907

Local Market Quotations Peach Blossom Flour (601b sack) $1.35 Bran, per ton $18.00 Shorts, per ton 21.00 Fran and Bhorts 19.50 |fchop barley 28.00 All grain chop 20.00 Retail I'riees ' Grain hay $23.00 j Timothy hay " 25.00 j Atfalfa 20.00 ! Oat? 32.00 j Rolled barley ' 30.00 j Corn 32 00 Potatoes 02 "Vs Tb Mttle A Wetsel. Steers WH Cows 02'> i lugs - ....07V 4 ! Veal, live, small 04 ; Veal (dressed) 07 | Hen* 11 1 Springer? I 5 Hide* < green) •* Hide? (dry) 10 » Hariin Me»t Co. Steers <£':ve) 03Vi Cows 08 Hides -jtreen) 08 Hides idry) 12H Hogs 07 Veal tdresied) 05 to 07 Hens 11 Springers 15 Turkeys M Ducks 11 Seattle Quotations. torn, Wenatchee, 10-12 dozen I°° Com, 16 doz 2.25 fi 2.50 Com, sacked 2. 2.50 BSS plan*, Calif IS© .18 Egg plan.. Winatchee. .07@ 12 Sweet potatoes • 12 Pumpkins 01 Vi® .02 Apples, eastern, w.. l.OOft 1.50 Apples. Calif-, new. . . 1-50 -Crabapples J&f 13* Cherries, Blk Rep lb. .10-ft .12 Cherries, sour, 1b... .OT I ,* Cherries, late red . . .10...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 4 September 1907

Farmers & Merchants Bank of Wenatchee CAPITAL 550.000 4 per cert, paid on Savings FIRE INSURANCE We now represent ten of the best Fire Insurance companies doing business in the west. Our prompt settlement in the Tapper fk Oilman loss brought us thousands of dol lars of insurance. t.TI/T EDGE COMPANIES PROM 1 T AIM IST M E NTS LOWEST RATKS Come and see us before in suring your property. BOWER & NOWLAN REAL ESTATE LOANS AND JNSI RAM F. Leavenworth' Liver]/ For drives, from Leavenworth we have six good driving teams and a hunch of saddle horses. Fur trip.- to the mountains consult us. All kinds of feed for stile. \V. M. RICE Leavenworth. :: Wash. Fine Livery Carriages for Weddings and Funerals. Drajage and Express. A special ty of Piano Proving EAGLL LIVERY & TRANSFER CO Be On Time it is a great thing to be always punctual, i; may mean Dollars in Your Pocket REMIRfINfi You cannot expect to toe punctual if you are trusting to a watch that is noi in thorough order. Save your ...

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. — 5 September 1907

VOL. TO. NO. 56. SMALL RESPIRATION FIH ROND ELECTION "Bonds for Municipal Building Would not Effect Water Question or Improvement of Streets" says Mayor Scheble and O. B. Fuller. An examination of the city regis tration ouoks discloses tue lact mat i>uiy aoom one tiiirU ot tile voters 01 ane CKy nave utcu regiotereU lor cae touung election 10 oe neid next aa«.urufc> iv ueciue upon Lac question ut uonuing tne city tor the erection 01 a municipal building. tne city books show that only 221 people have registered. There are ia tue City close to boo voters, tne law requires that in the election of tnis kind tnat in order to bond thd City there must be a three-fifths vote ia the affirmative. Accordingly to carry this election there must be 133 Voters in favor of the building. Concering the election for the pro posed building a representative of the World had an interview with Mayor Scheble this morning. i-'aid Mr. Scheble: "Do the people want a building of this kind? it is now up t...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 September 1907

The Wenatchee World Published Daily Except Sunday by the World-Advance Publishing Company. Main Office—Business and Editorial. Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. RTJFUB WOOI>S Manager FRED 6IMPTCH . -Editor Catered as second-class matter at tbe postoffice at Wenatchee Wash. SUBSCRIPriON RATE 3. Om Tesurj by mail, in advance.. f 5.00 Six Months, bj mail, in advance. $2.50 Delivered by carrier, per week. . .10 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER .>, UW7 % WENATCHEE FRVITS OF LABOR. In the fruit orchards of Wenat chee valley ithcre is presented the spectacle of young girls and boys packing the choice fruit and earning as much in a day as able bodied men can earn in the crowded cities of the East. Boys and girls from ten to ■sixteen years of age earn from one dollar to two dollars a day and work out under God's great blue canvas inhaling the fresh and invigorating air of the valley which bears in its train the incense of the orchard And the farms. Fruits of labor ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 September 1907

OUT AMONG THE FRUIT PACKERS Sixty People at Yvork in Messerly Orchard. Little Girl Makes as High as Two Dollars a Day. . V '' i. *■ ' fruit packing in the Wwauuev. V&iie> is uttuuujg a mure. i.u,wimn. tu?«wer eacm year. As an evidence* v. u»« lu.uifc of this line vi woiti i—c nas oui to visit tne fruit houses! l>: any oi the later ranches in tne' comniuniiy at this season ot the : i ear. j it was the privilege of a repres-j entative of the World this week to visit the prune orchard of E. Mess-j etly. Carload niter carload of this' fruit is now being prepared for ship-| nient. UO People at Work. Here can be seen men, women and children *o the number of sixty] taking care of the product of this orchard. Every tree is heavily laden \ slth fruit. It is ripening fast and 1 must he in boxes for shipment within the next few days. j Picking the Prune. The prunes are picked in boxes which-are about fahe size of the stan : card apple box. Most of the picking is done by men and boys....

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 September 1907

New Arrivals of Fall Waists in Batiste, Mohair and Silk One very new waist tee show for thi> fall fonifs in an Engli-h Twill Serge, cream ground with a» eorted checks. Neat'y trimmed with silk buttons, delectable stock collar. Large pleat in back. Price $2.00 Another Very Pretty Number i> an embroider) dotted B»tfart>. Pleated front, wkh stiff caffs to match. White embroidered i-ollar.. Price $2.50 Also a very fine Madras doth, navj blue ground with white polka dot*. Three quarter sleeves trimmed with Valeneinnes lace. white embroidere< collar Price $2.50 .This number is One Of The Best Waist* shown for fall. It comes in a cream Mohair with a bla<"k platt tucked in front and back, with so*t collar to match. Front also trim med with black silk ornaments. . . . Price $3.75 This number in a Black Silk Waist ftie best value in a waist for the prire we caa show this fall. Em broidered front, pleated in hack With ••arrow tucks, collar of same Price $6.00 We are showing a wf...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 6 September 1907

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. VOL. :{, NO. .71 FLUME BREAKS The flume of the Wenatchee Electric Company washed out this morning at 4 o'clock; Result: tStj water very muddy. ( rt'w of men are very busy repairing break bur i; cannot be completed to il**. No Power All institutions requiring electric power are enjoying a rest today, except the A'oiid. Word received today from tlie Klect ric Company states that the break will pot be repaired today No Lights Tonight There will be no electric lights in the c .i;y tonight. The break iri the Hume will be re paired by noun tomorrow. The html will play in the park to night. Pal lowing tbe baud • concert a dance will be given hy the ladies of the ( 'atholie church at the Theatre. Timber Land, Art June 3, 1878—No- tire for Publication. United States Laud Office, Water ville, Wash., July 8, 1907. Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An Act for the Sale of Timber Lands in the Sta...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 7 September 1907

VOL: 111. SO. 58. BOND ELECTION IS LOST BY FOUR VOTES! Hunting Jap Murderer in MountaJns ELECTION PASSES OFF QOIETLY Three-Fitths Vote Necessary.—ftesult of Today s Election Shows a Close Vote.—No Municipal Building This Year, V I I By four votes the qutotioa of a municipal building tor tue city of] Wenatchee t*us decided loday in the; negative. For the s»voud time with-] in the past year the people of We-j natehee have said that thy do not' want a municipal building. One year ago the same question! was voted upon, the council at that; time asking for $10,000 for the erection ot a city hall. The prop osition was voted down. The council this year asked tor $25,000 for a city Jail, fife hall and city hall. The proposition has agala mot witli defeat. Following are the figures: For Indebtedness. Yes 65. For Indebtedness, No, 50. For Bonds, Yes, (8. Against Bonds, No. 47. There were many, it, seem 3 cared little whether the bonds were car ried or not. The number of voters showed this to ...

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. — 7 September 1907

The Wenatchee World' PmbUsbed Daily Except Sunday by the World-Advance Publishing Company. Main Office —Business and Editorial. Columbia Valley Bank Building. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmers Phone 1131. RITTB WOODS Manager FRED SIMPICH Edito* Entered as second-class matter at tbe postoffice at Wenatchee Waah. . BUBSCRLPITON RATES. One Year; by mail, in advance. . $5.00 Six Months, by mail, in advance. (2.&0 Delivered by carrlt-r, per week.. .10 ; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907. GiX»D MORNING. We come to you in a new guise today, come to you on the wings of the morning. The cause of this is that we. did not go to press yester day afternoon, as we do ordinarily, on account of a Hume being washed out at the Wenatchee Electric Com- j pany. You therefore get a morning World today instead of an afternooi I paper. We have gathered the even bag news as well as most of the im- | portant afternoon happenings and trust that the delay has not caused you any great amount of inconvea-l ience. The lack ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 7 September 1907

Local and Personal | Charles Morse Jr.. went to Seattle yesterday to visit with his sister. Miss Mary Morse, who has been attending busuWss college there for the past two months. The dance given last night under the auspices of the St. Joseph Altar Guild, but more immediately under the direction of the Misses Mahoney. Handley and Kathryn Miller, was a Oecided succ< ss. Miss Madge Cushing left on last night's train for a two weeks' visit with friends in Tacoma and Seattle. The members of the Matrons' Card t9ub were entertained by Mrs. .John Culp yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Barnes, of Sydney, Ohio, sister of the hostess. The guests spent the time playing five hundred. Mrs. Etta Griggs carried off the prize—a late book. Miss Maud Merriam is spending the week with friends in Leavenworth. Little Katie I irey entertained a number ot be:- young friends at her ki me on Mission street yesterday af ternoon. Smoke Wenatchee PerfectOS ci gars, tf The beautiful home of Mayor Sehe hie...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 7 September 1907

Furniture Sold on Instalments--Make Your Own Terms Also a very fine Madras cloth, navy blue ground with white polka dotts. Three-quarter sleeves trim med with Valencinnes lace. white embroidered coliar Price $2 50 This number is One of the best Waists slum (or fall. Ie comes in a cream Mohair with a black plaid tucked iv front and back, with soft collar to match. Front also trimmed with black silk ornaments, price $3 75 This number in a Black Silk Waist is the best value in waist for the price we can show this fall. Embroidered front pleated in back with narrow tucks, collar of same, price $6 OO We are showing a new line of Net waists in ecru and white and cream. Silk lined all made of Cluny. Three-quarters sleeves. Prices from $6 to $10 Our new tall models of Suits and Coats are arriving and we will be able to suit our trade better than ever before. We are not trying to get the cheapest, but the best garment for the least money. Some of the newest colors that are being shown by us ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 September 1907

VOL. 111. NO. r,». MURDERER FULURMATO SEEN NEAR TUNNEL! City Marshal Returns From Scene of the Man Hunt.—Japanese Section Gang Near Leavenworth Under Suspicion. The man hum for Fulurmato. tht Japanese who is wanted tor the crue muder of his countryman, K. Hot i>ez in front of the Columbia street "Jap House" in this city is going merrily on. City Marshall Ferguson (has returned to tills city from the the scene of the hunt and says that •Tie thinks it wiil now only be a mat iter of a short time before the man is ca tight. S«Vn Near the Tunnel. The last seen of the murderer and fugitive from jusitce was near the Cascade tunnel on the Great North erh railroad near Leavenworth. He was seen traveling along the trac with a little bunch of clothes tied up in a cloth, and making for the tunnel. He was dressed in the same clothes which he wore at the tiim the crime was commit led ami was walking leisurely along. He was see: be watchmen. There were two •vatchmen walking along near the tunne...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 September 1907

Tbe Wenatchee World! i Published Daily Except Sunday by tlie i World-Advance Publishing Company. Main Office —Business'aad Editorial- Columbia Valley! Bank Balding. Wenatchee, Wash. Farmer* Phone 1131. Xl Fl S W(M>I»S Manager PRE!) SIMPHH. Edito- Entered as second-class matter at "She postoffice at WeiiaU-bee Wash. 61'BSt'BIPriON RATES. Owe Year* by mail, in advance. . fS.OO | •is Months, by mail, in advance.s2.so ! Delivered by carrkrr, per week.. .10 j MONDAY, SEPTKMBKR 0, 1807. THE MAN WHO MAKES OOOD. tfcty John Alexander Jayuej. You may not be able to distin fc'uisu the u.au who liiaKes good w uen tits is waiting do.vu su'eec witii tnousauds ol ins leltvw ciuzeus. liut tne uiouieui you step into tne ouice where tie is employed, the factory in which he works, the cnurch iv wnich he preaches, or the bedside by which ne practices, you recognize him ai once. He may be little, Insigaifican looking fellow, but there ia a bree/y manner about him that compels at lentiou. He may weigh...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 September 1907

Local and Personal See Rip Van Winkle tonight John Sacns. a storekeeper of Roc! is in the city for a few days Smoke Wenatchee Perfectos ci gars. if County Commissioner W. A. Saun de"s has gone to Senile for a fe« days on business. Mrs. .1. N. Lemon arrived in the city on Saturday and will make this her home in the future. Her hushan Dr. Lemon will open offices in the Rosenberg block the first of th« week. The Lemons have not been able to get a home as yet, but will build if necessary as \hey say that they like the location. One night only Rip Van Winkle, '(■night. Lett) Ward, representative of Sher man, Clay & Company, arrived" today with a stock of pianos. He was bus} all day moving into the Wetsel block the building formerly occupied b; the Palace market. Kip Van Winkle Umiirhr- at the Wenatchee Theatre price 25. sft. 75c $1.(10. Smoke La Verda Cigars. tf Miss Lillian Marr. treasurer of the Wenatchee Electric Company is home after a month's sojourn on the west side of the moun...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 September 1907

BUY IN MINES President of Columbia Valley Bank or This- City Buys Mine A ear Paloun*\ PALOCSE. Wash., Sept. 7. —J. J. Browne, of Spokane, and Mr. Sealye, a mining man of Spokane and Coeur d'Alene, have purchased a majority interest in the Mother Lode mine, situated in the Hoodoo Mining dis trict, 40 miles east of this city, from Taylor brothers of Farmington. They visited the property some weeks ago and were so well pleased that the deal was closed shortly after their return to Spokane. The Mother Lode is one of the first discoveries in the Hoodoo dist rict, hut while most of the discov eries are copper propositions it is a free gold property. This mine, af ter much development work had been done, fell into long-drawn-out litigation, which has prevented fur ther development for a number of years. The litigation is settled and ihe comoany was reorganized thi« week. Mr. Browne is president of •the n?w company. Mr. Sealye. sec retary-treasurer, and T. H. Taylor, manager. HOLD RECEPTION...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 September 1907

VOL. 111. NO. SJ». ESCAPED CONVICT WITH SUN IS IN HIDING! Steals Pony and Now Making for Liberty.—May Cross Ferry and Signals Have Been Arranged by Officers, Who Are Prepared for Desperate Fight. VYiiiiam Harvey, an escaped convict from the rock soarrv at Pateros was seen last night near Wenat chee Is riding on a stolen pony and armed with a Double barreled shot gun. Is desperate and will die rathsr than be Captured. Ferryman is instructed to raise signal ii he tries to cross the river. The city of Wenatchee is prepare' to give a warm reception to an escap ed convict who has broken away from tlie bunch of convicts who haw been building a road to Pateros, and is in I hiding in the hills near Wenatchee, with a stolen pony and armed with I a double-barreled si"» g»"». desper ate with hunger and desire for lib- i erty. Ever) avenue of escape is i blocked and it thought that he will j try to pass through the city at any I moment, most likely in the evening. Gam Bssei to Heath. • When he ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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