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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 18 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 14. REBATES FOR A FAVORED FEW SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE BROUGHT OUT IN INVESTIGATION OF FREIGHT CHARGES UNFAIR RATES JOBBERY BY RAILROADS GIVES UN FAIR ADVANTAGE TO BIG SHIP PERS IN LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 17.— evidence of a sensational nature was offered today at the hearing which is being conducted by the interstate com merce commission to investigate charges of irregularities in tbe freight rates on grain originating west of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio riv ers, and shipped to southeastern points. Tbe evidence presented today con sisted of 67 "expense bills," taken from the looal offices of the South eastern Mississippi Valley association, some of which had teen altered and tbe rest duplicated and even triplicat ed, witn the resnlt that tbe Louisville shipper was given an illegal advantage of three cents per 100 pounds over competitors selling grain in south eastern terrirory. The hearing was instituted on com plaint of shippers of...

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. — 18 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Application mad* at the Postoffloe at Wenatchee, Washington, for entry «• second-class matter Main office-•Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone-- Farmers 692 SUBSCRIPTION rates: On* Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $6.00 Six Months, by Mall, in Advance, 2.60 Delivered by Carrier, per waat, - .10 TUESDAY, JUL> 18, 1905 A SAD INCIDENT. One of the saddest and most pathe tic incidents that has come to onr no tice recently, ooonrred yesteiday when a young man was found wandering aronnd among the stones along the bank of the Columbia, picking wild flowers and murmuring, "one block west of tbe postoffioe, tnrn to yonr right and go till yon oome to the house with the green roof, tarn to the left and walk nntil yon come to a large stone in the street, then to the left for twenty rods and it is the second house beyond the square cottage painted white." The young mas, wh...

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. — 18 July 1905

EXTRAORDINARY CROP IN DOUGLAS COUNTY ESTIMATE OF THIS YEARS WHEAT CROP IS PLACED AT 3.000.000 BUSHELS--THE LARGEST THAT WAS EVER KNOWN IN THAT SECTION. WATER VILLE, July 17.--Never before in the history of Douglas coun ty has wheat looked better. To begin with, the outlook was very promising, but the extraordinary fall of rain in the month of June will be the cause of this section harvesting one of the larges* crops of wheat ever known iv the Big Bend. Farmers say they Know of nothing now that can spoil the crops, and winter wheat is past the danger point. The winds can not hurt as the stalks «re too strong and heavy. Drought will cut no figure as such things are unknown in the region. The squirrels have begun holing up ; and they will do no more damage. Wheat has grown to a height ol si* feet and over up to date. Even oats measuie in many places over five feet tall. Tbe heaviest fall of watei before in yeais, in one month, was iv J one, 1891, at which time there were 3.35 inches. F...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 18 July 1905

THIRTY GO TO PORTLAND Weuatchae People Take Advantage of the Low Rates to View ths Wonders of ths Trail Over tnirty Wenatchee people left on last night's tialn for Portland and it is estimated that half as many more went from othtr points in the oonnty. The Great Northern made a special rate of $10 for the occasion and tick ets will be good for seven days. Following is a partial list of Wenat ohee people who took advantage of the low rates: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ellis, Dr. and Mrs. Cameron, L. W. Smith and wife, I. W. Reeves and wife, Mis. Frank Reeves, and daughter, Zelma, Charles Wildberger and wife, Mrs. McCardell, Harry MoCardell, Harry Thiap, O. E. Graham, Virgil Wine. F. C. Farnham, Fred Ellis, Thayer Littlefield, Mr. Bardow and Billy Riser. HENDERSON VERY LOW Former Speaker of the House Very Low Suf fering from Affection of the Brain DUBUQUE, la., July 17.—The thin veil of secrecy tbat has been thrown about tbe affliction of Col. D. B. Hen derson was cast aside today when the an...

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. — 20 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 16. SEVENTY-FIVE DIE IN ONE DAY IN GOTHAM TERRIFIC HEAT CLAIMS MANY MORE VICTIMS IN NEW YORKS POORER CLASSES PARTIAL RELIEF THUNDER STORM CAUSES A LOW ERING OF RECORD BREAKING TEMPERATURE NEW YORK July, 19 —After a night of sweltring heat spent by thou sands in the streets, in the public park, on piers along the river front and in every vacant place that promis ed a breath of air, the condition that confronted the people of New York this mi rning were terrifying. The son rose in a cloudless sky and hour after hour the heat grew more in tense. Every ambulance was kept busy and by noon the hospitals were crowded with sufferers. Although tbe midday heat was everywhere terrific, it was broken by scattered thunder storms, many of a very violent character, and toward evening the temperature fell rapidly. With this welcome relief came the an- uounoement from the weather bureau tonight that the abatement in tbe heated term had been general and that modera...

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. — 20 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Application made at the Peetoffice at Wenatohee, Washington, far entry as second-class matter. Main office—Buslneee and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washlnate*. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 692 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, in Advance, 2.60 Delivered by Carrier, per week , - .10 THURSDAY, .... JULY 20, 1905 THE CITY COUNCIL. Dou't think your duty as a citizen is done after you have cast your vote and elected your neighbor to tbe oity eounoil. You have simply delegated him to act for you in th« perform anoe of certain work that must be done and can be best accomplished by a few men acting for the community as their representatives or agents. This places the council in the position of a servant and the title "servant of th 9 public *is a title that anyone should be proud to bear. If the coun cil be the servant then you, the pub lic, are the employ...

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. — 20 July 1905

BIG FLEET COMING TO THE SOUND SOME OF THE LARGEST FREIGHTERS IN THE WORLD WILL BE AT ANCHOR Rl THE SEATTLE HAR3OR WITHIN A FEW MORE DAYS. SEATTLE, July 19.—Within tie next few days the largest fleet of Ori ental steamers efer on Paget Sound at one time will pass Cape Flattery, three of them the Minnesota, fyo Maru and the Shamnt, hound for Se attle. The Empress of Japan and the Taitar, both of theO. P. R. fleet, will go to Victoria. All of these steam-ships are bring ing large cargoes, and taken together, represent an suormous tonnage. The arrival of the fleet will also mark an epoch in the history of the Sound, by the distinguished passengers which they are bringing. On the Minescta are Baron Komnra and party of peace delegates en route to the conference to be held in the East. The Tartar is bringing among her pas sengers Dr. Morrison, correspondent for the London Times at Peking, also en route to Washington city to be pres ent at the peace oonlerence, and on the Empress is M. Poko...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 20 July 1905

SAYS IMMIGRATION SHOULDBESUSPENDED AG INT WAUDBY VIEWB COMING OF ALIENS WITH ALARM--BELIEVES THAT THE GOV ERNMENT SHOULD TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION. NEW yORK, Wednesday, Jnly 19.— Special Agent Wiliam Wandby of the United States bnrean of labor, has is sued an official statement in which he says it is of vita l interest to the Amer ican nation that tbe quest ion of whether or not immigraion should be suspended, be immediately taxen up by the government. Mr. Waudby's statement says: "Almost two tniids of the entire immigration of the w. rid is directed to the United States. The invasion and successful oaptuie of tbe United States has been accomplished. We have provided the means of transport ing millions of invaders, and the rail roads and steamship companies make a profit of $50,000 000 per annum iv landing them. The United States has full power to exclude aliens altogeth er." IMPROVING TELEPHONE SERVICE Large Increase in Long Distance Bnsiness NasMadeNecessarylnstallation of Larger Wire...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 17. NINE INDICTED IDAHO FOR FRAUD CHARGES OF FRAUD AGAINST KES- TER. KETTENBACH AND OTHERS BANKERS ACCUSED ARRESTS ARE BEING MADE AND ACCUSED WILL BE BROUGHT TO TRIAL BOISE, Idaho, July 20 —Nine men we*e indioted for timber frauds by the grand jury recently in session. A. M. Cornell, was arrested at the time the warrants were issued for the five others and the names were giv en out today. The list so far is: For conspiracy to defraud the United States—George H. Eester, cashier of the Lewiston Natocal bank; Wiilliam F. Eettenbach, president of the Lewiston National bank; Jack son O'Keefe of Asotin, Wash; Will iam Dywer of Clarkston, Wash; four counts. For supbornatiou of perjury—Geo- rge H. Hester and C. W. Robnett, book keeper for the Lewiston Nat ional bank. For perjury—Ivan Cornell and three other names nnt yet made public First Wheat Marketed. WALLA WALLA, July 19—The first wheat of the 1905 orop was brought to Walla Walla yesterday and deliver...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Application made at the Postoff.ce at Wenatohee, Washington, far entry as second-class matter. Main office--Business and editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Wasbinotse. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 692 SUBSCRIPTION rates: On* Year, by Mail, In Advance, • $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advanea, 2.60 Delivered by Carrier, pa? week., - .10 FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905 THE VALLEY CHARM. None escape it. It cannot be de scribed bat it holds those who have once lived heie with a thousand si lent threads that even a Gulliver could not break. Many surrender with pleasure to the enchantment and ask no better fate. Some few resist and go away, but sooner or later, tbe virus works, the valley spirit calls and they can but obey. Their familiar faces are seen again on the streets and Wenatchee has won a permanent and most enthusiastic citizen. Instances are many of people leaving here in ut ter disgust and returning with t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 July 1905

JAPANESE ENVOY REACHES SEATTLE REFUSES TO GIVE OUT ANY INTERVIEWS CONCERNING HIS MISSION- LEAVES FOR THE EAST THIS EVENING OVER GREAT NORTHERN. SEATTLE, July 19.—Baron Komn ra, the envoy of Japan to the peace negotiations with Russia, arrived at Seattle at 11 :SO o'clock this morning. He has declined all invitations save that to a dinner given in his honor by the Japanese consul, S. Hisamiczn, at whose bom«» he is now. He has spent the day in attending to the masa of correspondence that awaited him. He refuses to give out any interviews regarding his mission. He will leave for the East at 7:30 o'clock tonight, traveling ovar the Great Northern in President Hill's private oat wnioh was placed at his disposal. Different Ways of Making Love. The "Dolly Dialogue" style of hero and heroine conduct their wooing Ui this sort of sparkling repartee: She—You're just like other men— you want the earth ? He—l acknowledge It—you're all the world to m«>, an* I want you! She—Aa a piece of real ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 21 July 1905

July is the month when we out prices to the very quick. We do not carry goods over from one season to anotner. In o°se you need anything not mentioned here come in and let us quote you prices. Order by mail. Sale opens on Monday, July 24. Sale closes Saturday, Jnly 29. CLEARANCE SALE Opens Monday, July 24, and will last SIX DAYS—closes Saturday, July 29— in our new remodeled quarters I During this sale thousands of dollars worth of high grade merchandise will be I closed out at a mere fraction of its cost—a general clearance of all departments— I when prices are placed on all articles so they will sell at sight. Great bargains, 8 startling and surprising; convincing values, compelling attention to our prices that B defy competition. B New Quarters Clearance Sale Prices GROCERIES Cero Fruto C _ per package thoroughly OC cooked, ready-to-cat. Oan be served with cream, dry or warm. Regular price, 15c Silk Soap O C dry soap made. Crystal White Soap y*_ f<* extra large cake. Hegu "frC...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 22 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 18. TWO SCORE KILLED BY EXPLOSION ON SHIP AMERICAN GUNBOAT BENNINGTON BLOWS UP AT SAN DIEGO-ALL ON DECK INJURED ONE MAN ESCAPED ONE OF THE WORST DISASTERS IN HISTORY OF THE AMERI CAN MAVY SAN DiEGO, Cal., July 21.—The boiler on the gunboat Benniugton. which is now lying in this harbor, exploded at 10:30 a. m. The entire ship was blown up so that it is seen to be listed heavily. Capt. Lucien Young reported at 11 o'clook that every man on deck was injured by the explosion and between forty and fifty killed. The ship rapidly settled after the explosion and was towed to a wharf by tngs. Every available wagon on the waterfront was called upon to bring the dead and wounded to the morgue and hospitals. Theie are now twenty-eight men at one hospital and seven of the dead are at the mor gue. The Bennington is a gunboat of the third class and is a sister ship to the Yorktown. It is of 1,110 tons burden, twin screws, has six gnns in its main battery and carr...

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. — 22 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Application made at the Postoffice at /enatchee, Washington, f«»r entry as econd-class matter. Main office — Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington- Farmers Phons 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 SATURDAY. - - - - JULY 22, 1905 A LEAVENWORTH ECHO. The Echo this week received a copy of the belated Chelan County 1(1 page booklet which is to be distributed at the Portland fair. The contract, as we were told by the committee, was for the delivery of 5,000 copies by the first of June aid the balance, 85,000, by the first of July. The first five thousand was not ready for distribu tion until the tenth of July and then not finished. The balance, it may be aid, will be ready for distrbuition some time before the fair closes. The last installment is very neatly printed o...

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. — 22 July 1905

RICHEST MAN IN WORLD IS POOR JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER THIRSTS FOR SYMPATHY AND A KIND WORD WHICH HIS UNCOUNTED MILLIONS CANNOT BUY. CLEVELAND, 0., July 21.—John D. Rockefeller thirsts for sympatny and hungers for a kind word. With bis uncounted millions and his mas tery of men, his lifelong ambition sat isfied, and no more worlds left for mercenary conquering, the richest man in the world sits by the hour at Forest Hill ,his chin upon his breast, or walks for hours under the trees of hie magnificent estate, always a'one except for his guard who keeps at a distance aud always in the gloom. His greatest interest is iv his press clipping bureau which is known to be a system highly perfected. He reads the flood of printed denunciations that are heaped upon him, thougli the in evitable result is humiliation and heart burning. In other days Rocke feller treated public opinion as ex pressed in type with contempt. All that changed. With keen interest he now awaits each new attack read ing every ...

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. — 22 July 1905

WENATCHEE APRICOTS Branch of Moorpark Apricots Irom the Orchard of E. Messcrly on Exhibition at Office ol Daily World On exhibition in the Daily World office is a sample of what Wenatchee soil and sunshine will do. The exhib it is a spray of Moorpark apricots from the orchard of F. Messerly who lives near the fair grounds The brightly ooloied fruit was not thinned aud has grown into a compact mass as firm and solid as a bunch of Tokay grapes. The limb that bears them can hardly hold their weight. They are on a graft made last year on prune stocks and the growth made and the fruit borne is a source of wonder to all who come from other sectiong of the coun ty, though they are an every day thing in the Wenatohee valley. Mr. Messer ly has four acres of this fruit that was grafted last year, the apricots paying a greater profit than the prunes. From these four aores he will ship 1,500 boxes of fiuit this year and ex pects to ship twice that amount next year. A good margin of profit is ma...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 24 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME 1 -NO. 19. FIRE AT BREWERY SATURDAY NIGHT ENTIRE FRAME PORTION BURNED WITH A LOSS OF $8,000 FULLY INSURED WILL LE REBUILT AT ONCE-NEW STRUCTURE WILL BE OF STONE Fire which started about 11 o'clock Saturday night, damaged the Schuster Brewery to the extent of fully $8,000. The frame portion of the plant togeth er with the machinery which it con tamed is almost a total loss. The val ue of the machinery alone wns $4,000 and it is doubtful if any part of it oan be made use of again. The Btone cooling room and store house with the exception of the roof of the former are uninjured. The cause of the fire is not definitely known hut it is thought that it start ed around the smoke stack in the boiler room. A short time before the fire the engineer was sitting in front of the building talkng to a friend. He stepped into the cooling room to eat his lunch and had been gone only a few minutes when he returned to find the roof of the boiler-room a mass of flames. He q...

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. — 24 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Application made at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington, fer entry as •econd-class matter. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washlngtv*. Farmers Phono 234 'Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mail, In Advance. • $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, In Advanea, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per week, - .10 MONDAY. JULY 24, 190E IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED. The men who unselfishly give time and effort, risk life and limb in the servioe of the community, should have all honor aud praise, should have every facility for doing good work and every comfort that oan be provided. On Saturday night, whar might have been a much more serious fiie was fought by Weuaohee's firemen with combined fury and cool judgemen that would have been a credit to the best equipped and officered depart ment in any city in the land. Through tiieir heroic efforts much proprety was saved that without them w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 24 July 1905

LEAK IN BOILER CAUSES ACCIDENT COMMANDER YOUNG SAYS BOILER MAKER WAS ON HIS WAY TO REPAIR THE LEAK WHEN THE TERRIBLE EXPLOSIN TOOK PLACE. WASHINGTON, Jally 22.—The de tails of tbe explosion on the United States gnnboat, Bennington, at San Diego," ascertained by Commander Luoein Yonng, were reoeived at the navy department at 11:15 o'olock to night ia a long telegram from the oommander. It appears from the telegram that a small leak had been discovered in boiler B, and the boiler maker was on his way to repair it, and was passing through the engine room when the ex plosion occurred. The dispatch fol lows: * OCT "I am of the opinion that tce'cause of the aocident, as far as I can ascer tain, was a small l«ab io boiler B. Boilermaker was on his way to repair it and was passing through boiler-room when accident occurred. Boiler B was forced to stern through its bulkhead, and both with two close explosions. "There was no" 1 noise only a thick thud which filled the ship from stem to stern ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 24 July 1905

DRANK MORE WATER THAN ELEPHANTS SMALL BOY SAYS ELEPHANTS ARE NOT IN IT WITH THE DRY AND PARCHED PLAYERS OF WENATCHEE--LEANS WIN BY SCORE OF 11 TO 12. The game between the Fats and the Leans viewed in the light of a farce oomedy was certainly a success. Most of the interesting plays were made by the Fats. The sensational hit by Kel ler was marred by a slight accident. In running from third home, one of his feet got twisted around_ the other, but as he fell fair, he quickly bounoed to his feet and amid plause. The pitobing of Green was very ef fective as several whom he hit will testify. *■ "Pop Stoker loosed too cute for anythng; he pranced round the bases like a three days ] old lamb which had lost its ma. Captain Cliff Griggs displayed won derful agility in right field; we know of one ball that he caught and several we will not mention. From a purely baseball standpoint, Al. Sands was certainly the star player for the Fats. Brownfield carried off the honors for the Leans. The good ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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