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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 20. RUSSIAN GERMAN ALLIANCE IS SUSPECTED MEETING OF KAISER AND CZAR CAUSES MUCH TALK IN DIPLOMATIC CIRCLES FRENCH EXCITED EMPEROR WILLIAM IS KNOWN TO BE STRONGLY IN FAVOR OF PEACE ST. PETERSBURG, July 24.—The picturesque meeting between the Rus sian and German emperors in the Gulf of Finland, according to private ad vices, ended this afternoon with a gala luncheon on board the Gsrmivn impel - ial yacht Hoheuzolleru, after whioh Emperor William's yaoht sailed sea card, osoorted for a short distance by the Russian imperial yacht Polar Star. Then imperial salutes were ex changed, and the Polar Star put about and returned to Peterhoff where she is due tonight. A flotilla of torpedo boats, destroyers and small cruisers hovered about the imperial yachts from the time they met until they parted. The meeting of the two monarchs naturally created intense intereet in diplomatic circles. In some quarters theiu is a disposition to attach the deepert political...

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. — 25 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Application made at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington, far entry as •econd-class matter. Main office--Business and Editorial, •COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, vVashingtcv. 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, per week, - .10 TUESDAY. JULY 25, 190! THE WONDER OF THE WORLD. The Oregouian says:"Baron Komnra, foreign minister of Japan is being whirled across the American contin ent in the private car of the greatest railway magnate of modern times. The great men oi the gieatest nation on earth are waiting to do him hom age, and all his movements are cabled to the uttermost ends of the earth. And yet but a half century has pnss Q d since the people represented by Koia ma were as ignorant and uncivilized as are many of tl c triheß of darkest Africa today. For rapid and sensa tional climbing up t...

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. — 25 July 1905

GREAT NORTHERN MAN RESIGNS T. D. FARREL, WHO HAS BEEN FOR MORE THAN TWO YEARS PRESIDENT OF THE GREAT NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, HAS RESIGNED. SEATTLE, July 24.— J. D. Farrel. for the past two and one-hall years president of the Great Northern Steamship Company, and assistant to f resident J. J.Hill,of the Great North era Railroad, has resigned, and his re signatiou has been looepted. The news of Mr. Parrel's retirement does not come as a surprise, as rumors of his intended resignation have been common sinoe early in the year. Mi. Farrel came to the Great Northern as head of its steamship ser vice more than two years ago. He began his career as a railroad man in 1877. He was at that time a laborer on the Chicago and North Western. In 187.> he went to the Chicago Mil waukee and St. Paul. Latei he was with the Southern Minnesota division of the si me road. Mr. Furrel was a freight and pass enger conductor on the Canadian Pa cific line. Later he held a similiar position on tiie Grea...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 July 1905

CHELAN COUNTY HOSTESS RETURNS MRS. FRANK REEVES SECURES CONCES SIONS FROM RAILROADS ON BOTH THE FREIGHT AND EXCURSION RATES FOR CHELAN COUNTY WEEK AT THE FAIR. In an interview with a World re porter yesterday, Mrs. Frank Reeres, the Chelan county hoßtess for the Lewis and Clark exposition at Port laud, and who has just returned from a week's visit to the Fair said: "I fonnd the Fair most interesting and think that anyone who has seen large fairs, like the World's Fair in Chioago. and the St. Lords fair, will say that this, though smaller in ex tent, compares most favorably with them in perfection of detail and beauty of arrangement. As for the exhibits, there is enough, and more than enough to see. I spent a good deal of time in the Washington state building, studying the county exhi bits, and think [that our Chelan coun ty exhibit is a good one, growing bet ter every day, and managed with con eumate skill by Mr. Graham. I can not speak too highly of the work that both he and the st...

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. — 26 July 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 21. FIGHT IN FIERCE RIVALRY FOR OVERALLS EIGHT WOMEN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN A BARGAIN DAY STAMPEDE 2,500 IN THE FIGHT PITTSBURG STORE TURNED INTO TEMPORARY HOSPITAL FOR THE INJURED PITTSBURG, July 25.—" Bargains. Men's overalls 10 oents; men's shirts 10 cents." The above sign in the window of a store on Fifrli avenue at noon today caused a disastrous stampede of bar gain hunters. Eight women were ser iously hurt in the rush to secure over alls or shirts for the men folks, and a reserve foroe of police had to be call ed out in the downtown district. Am bulances and patrol wagons backed up to the doors of the store and for a time it lookei as though there would be a great loss of life. As a result of the trouble and dan ger iuourred it is likely there will be a rule issued by the police against bargain day sales in Pittsburg. Mrs. Mary Hoover was worst -hurt of the women who'got caught in the orush. She fainted at the head of a stairway and would have...

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. — 26 July 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Application made at ice at Wenatchee, Washington, fer entry as second-class matter. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washlngtc*. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION bates: One Year, by Mail, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, par week., - .10 WEDNESDAY. - - - - JULY 26, 1905 JI IS NOT A FACT. There was never anything funnier than the statement of Mr. Bryan that the whole life of Tom Johnson has been one of personal sacrifice in the cause of municipal reform and three cent fares. Jonnson has energy aud he is enterprising aud he is not alto gether visionary. Indeed, he can be as practical as they make them. He made much money in Brook}n by the simple process of threatening a great oarrying corporation with successful competition. The more serious the threat the greater the likelihood of being bought out at a profit,. Thi...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 July 1905

EXPLORER CLARK'S INDIAN MARRIAGE MONTANA PEOPLE WILL SEND GRAND DAUGHTER TO PORTLAND EXPOSITION TO COMMEMORATE THE ROMANCE OF ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. HELENA, Mont.—A romance of a hundred years ago, in which Captain William Clark, of the famous Lewis and Clark expedition, figured, has just been discovered, says a Chicago Tri bune writer. Congressman Joseph Dixon of Mont ana, at his home in Missoula, has just been presented with indisputable evi dence that the explorer was married to a Nez Perce ludian woman while he was making his way across the continent to the Pacific Mary Clark is the daughter of Tzi Kal Tzae, who was born in the Lolo valley about 1807. He called himself "Me Clark" and had the sandy hair of his father, the explorer. "Me Clark," son of the explorer, was killed in a fight with the soldiers of General Miles in the Bear Paw mountains on the Snake Creek in the fall of 1877. It was between the months of May and September in 1803, that Captain Clark fell a victim to the d...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 July 1905

IDAHO LOGGER BURNED TO DEATH MEN THROW THEMSELVES IN TO CREEK AND COVER THEIR HEADS WITH WET COATS AND HANDKERCHIEFS COBUR D'ALENE, Idaho, July 25. —Fire in the Lewis Lumber oompany camp on Mica bay, Ooeur d'Alene lake, this Afternoon, destroyed part of the plant and burned to death Georire > cook in camp No. 2. it se verely burned a number of others, all 'of whom will probably recover. So fierce was the so strong* the wind "that the camp employes were compelled to throw themselves into Mica creek, cover their heads with weT coats and handkerchiefs and re main in the stream, with their bodies partly submerged, until the force of the flameß spent itself. WHERE BABIES ARE PLENTY No' Race Suicide'.There--Residents Want to Change the Name and Call it Roosevelt Street CHICAGO, July 25.—One block on Pleasant street, Vedder, is thinking of segregatingand changing ' the - name to Roosevelt square. This morning there arrived at "the' home*" of John Marshall, _a Standard Oil employe, a fin...

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

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME 1.-NO. 26. BIGGEST WHEAT CROP EVER GROWN GRAIN BUYERS AGREE THAT YIELD WILL BE THE LARGEST EVER HARVESTED SIX FEET HIGH ACREAGE LARGER THAN EVER AND THE YIELD IS ENOR MOUS THIS YEAR SPOKANE, July 31.—That the 1905 wheat crop throughout the In land Empire promises to be the great est ever harvested since the country was first both to the in creased acreage of the cereal and to an exceptionally large yield, is the consensus of opinion of the grain deal ers of this city, arrived at after a careful investigation of the situation. The acreage this year is greater, taking the Inland Empire as a whole, on account of the farmers devoting less of their ground to summer fallow and also on account of a vast amount of land, especially in the Big Bend country, having been broken up only iast fall Jit is difficult to estimate the area of that character of land, but it is large: aud there still remains vast tracts of raw land awaiting the break ing plow. Lake France, m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 1 August 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Entered as second-classfmatter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Bualneee 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 Advanoe, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per weak, • .10 TUESDAY, .... AUGUST 1, 1905 TO ABATE THE FLY NUISANCE. A Boientist has discovered that from one fly in the early spring the propo sition during the summer months may reach 22.020.000 flies. It is a faot that thi? insect breeds ohiefly around livery stables and barns. The breeding process is by no means con fiued to the early spring but takes place as long as the warm weather lasts. A generous distribution of chin ride of lime on manure heaps and in all localities conducive to the growth of maggot? from which the flies arc hatched would result in cutting down the fly population very percept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 1 August 1905

GOAL TEAMSTERS CONTINUE STRIKE THE COAL DRIVERS. 350 STRONG, VOTED UNANIMOUSLY TO KEEP UP THE STRIKE NOTWITHSTANDING ALL MANNER OF PROTESTS FROM OTHER DRIVERS. CHICAGO, July 31.—With the cap itulation of the striking teamßters nearly complete, and the release of Chicago from the oppression of the long labor war practioally assured for today, a handful of ooal teamsteis have wrecked the well developed peace plan. The ooal drivers, 350 strong, voted unanimously to continue the strike. As a result, the Employers' asso ciation, it is said, may olose their doors to thousands of their former em ployes who were to have re-engaged in the strike today. The strks era, with its police guard ed wagons, will also continue indefin itely. All manner of protests from other teamster's locals failed to shake tne coal drivers in their determina tion. KILLED HIM WITH A HATPIN Wife Wounded her Husband in Self Defense- - He Died after Suffering Two Weeks in Hospital TORONTO, July 29 —The coroner's jury a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 1 August 1905

PERSONALS. Hiss Loniae Redbnry returned fiom Quinoy, today. W. M. Bowen went to Seattle on business yesterday. H. Crass and wife leave tonight for Merritt, on a oamping trip. County Clerk Christen Eon made a trip to Leavenworth Saturday. L. Barden returned from a camp ing trip near Merritt, yesterday. There will be a dance Saturday night at the theater. Gentlemen 50 cents. Mrs. Robinson, of Omaha, is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Black. Hiis Luoy Strattou and Ted Taylor left on the noon train for the Sound. Mr. P. O. Wrena returned yesterday from a two weeks' visit at Lake Che lan. D. A. Richardson, owner of the Quinoy towasite, was in the city Mon day. Mrs. David Keith and daughter Helen are spending the week in Port land. Leu R. Foley, postal clerk on the steamer Selkirk, left for the coast, yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Little is in Cashmere on a visit at the home of her sis*' , r Mrs. G. Miller. Mrs. M. E. Fisher has been quite ill for the past few days but is reported better this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 4 August 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 29. NO MOSQUITO NO MORE YELLOW FEVER SUPPRESSION OF INSECT ONLY MEANS OF PREVENTING PLAGUE SPREAD THREE DAY DANGER MOSQUITO BAR PLACED AROUND EVERY PATIENT FOR THREE DAYS WHO HAS FEVER WASHINGTON, Aug. 4.—The pub- lie heatlh service has issued a bulletin on the prevention of yellow fever. The directions given look to the sup pression of the mosquito as the only means of preventing its spread. "No mosquito, no yellow fever," is the motto in big black letters at the top of the circular. The document con tinues: "The infection of yellow fever is carried by mosquitos and by no other means is the infeotion spread. Per sons take the disease by being bitten by th- mosquitos that have bitten a yellow fever patient. The mosquitos to become infected must bite a yellow fever patient during the first three days of .the attack. The first three days therefore are the most important time for preventing access of mosqui tos to a fever patient. "It is often diffic...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 4 August 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Postofflceat Wenatchee, Washington. Main offlce--Buslness and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Wasnlnotc*. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per weak, - .10 FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1905 IN THE HUSBAND 3 POCKETS. A Kansas judge refused to grant a decree of divorce to a man who gave as ground for the desired separation the act that his wife went through his pockets at night when he slept. The judge, moreover, made the statement that it is an ancient privilege of the fair sex when married to search the po kets of their husbands at night. This learned man did not voice the sentimonts of the majority of bene dicts when he made tins statement. In the rust place, how does the prac tice referred to differ from just plain, everyday sneak-thievery? Again, a man ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 4 August 1905

CAN NEVER ATONE FOR HIS CRIMES JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER THE GREATEST CRIMINAL OF THE AGE DECLARES GOV ERNOR LAFOLLETTE OF WISCONSIN IN A RECENT ADDRESS. MUSCATINE, Aug. 4.—John D. Rookafeller was bitterly arraigned in an address given at the opening of the Oolnmbns Junction Chautauqua last evening by Goernor Robert LaFollette of Wisoonsin. LaFollette denounced Rookafellar as the greatest criminal of the age, and he repeated his tormer declaration that if Rockefeller lived for a million years, he could not atone for his crimes. "I hear John'has been attending pTayer meeting again," said the gov ernor. Well, now ,that is nice. I tell you, by the eternal, if he lives a mill ion years, be could not atone. He gives with many hands; but he also robs with many hands. He is the au thor of the odious rebate system by which he has built the trust of oil—a system whioh was rejected by the modern better class of financiers, but of late has been accepted. Rockefellar is branching out, and in time the...

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

MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE IN THE POLICE COURT MRS. SPRECKLES, WIFE OF CAL IFORNIA MILLIONAIRE FINED $25 IN POLICE COURT FOR SPEEDING AUTOMOBILE. WATSON VILLE, Aug. 4.—For speeding automobiles within the city limits at a rate exceeding eight miles an hour, C. H. Diehl, chauffeur for Mrs Rudolph Spreckels, and Alfrea S. Tubbs, the millionaire cordage manufacturer of Oakland, were ar raigied in police court this afternoon and, on pleading guilty, were each fined $35 Tubbs took his arrest good nataredly and while, objecting to be iaj classed as a recklesß driver, paid his fine without a murmur. But Mrs. Spreokles was very indignant and gave her opinion of country justice in j scathing criticism. "Mr. Spreckles will taka the matter np," said she "He has attorneys re tained by the year, and I a.v sure that In will not permit me to be stood up in this way. This is a wretched apol ogy for a police court, I must say." Early yesterday morning three im mense machine! went speeding through Watsonville...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 August 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 30. KENNEDY SAYS THE STRIKE IS LOST GREAT NORTHERN SUPERINTEN DENT SAYS THAT MEN ARE RETURNING TRAINS ARE MOVING WILL GIVE CREDIT TO STRIKERS FOR REFRAINING FROM OVERT ACTS "There is no telegraphers' strike; the strike is lost!'' announced H. A. Kennedy, assistant general superin tendent of the Great Northern road, yesterday afternoon. '"The men were half hearted on the start, didn't be lieve in the strike at all, and most of them would tie glad to have the old status of tilings restored today. "The following telegram indcates the trend of matters elsewhere on the road:" "'MINOT, N. D„ Aug. 3—H. A. Kennedey. Spokane, Wash.: Superin tendent Nic'mlson advises that the chairman of the Dakota division of tne O. R T. has telegraphed his resig nation to Piesicent Perham. Every agent and operator interviewed today has accepted the new schedule and gone to work. All trains on time. *' 'Assistant General Superintendent, Central Division.' "We now have 01 a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 August 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Post office at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Wasalnoto. Farmers Phona 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall, in Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance. 12.50 Delivered by Carrier, par weak., - .10 SATURDAY. - - - - AUGUST 5, 1905 PEOPLE OP THE WEST. The August World's Work a Noith west number, devoted to an account ;>f the country which is now celebrat ing the anniversary of the arrival of Lewis and Clark. The following is from an article describing the life of the people: "Life here has its own kinds of pro vi-ioialism no doubt. It is ° long way from New York aud Washington, bat it is a long way also from the poiut of view of New York, or Washington, or Cbioago Yet there is a grateful re lief also from the old prejudices and from the provincialisms of the East ern state?. The t...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 August 1905

MILLIONBIRE AND WIFE HORSEWHIPPED GEORGE J. GOULD AND FAMILY ATTACKED BY PEASANT IN SWITZERLAND WHILE TOUR ING IN AUTOMOBILE. LONDON, Aug. 5.—A dispatch from Geneva says that Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gould and one of their som were attacked by a peasant while mot oring near Lake Zurich. Both Mrs. Gould and her son were injured. A complaint has been filed aganst the peasant. While driving along a narrow raad near the village of Cnzenaoh the Gould* overtook a bullock cart. The driver obstinately refuged to turn out so as to permit the machine to pass. When an opportunity presented, tne chaffenr inoreased his speed and tried to pass the cart. As the two vehicles came abreast the peasant raised his whip and lashed the occupants of the maohine vigorously. Mrs. Gould was seriously out about the neok and shoulders, while her son was hurt in the face. Mr. Gould es caped injury. PLEADS GUILTY Ed. Peary Gets Thirty Days in fail for being Drunk and Disorderly--Case Will be Appealed The trial of ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 5 August 1905

MEN STILL CAN SALMON DAY AND NIGHT ON SOUND ALL THE FISH THAT ARE NOW CAUGHT ARE BEING CANNED CANNERIES RUNNING DAY AND NIGHT. BELLINGHAM, Aug. r,. —The can neries on the bay aud all over the 40und are still engaged night u-td day putting up salmon and there is no doubt that tin- paok of sookeycs will be nil that is hoped for. The tiaps arc yielding thousands of fish daily and all the canneries are getting enough to keep them working nf their Rapacity. The independent trapinen and the seiner* are catching many fish aud while the prices are lower than ever before tiiey are said to be earning big money. The Pacific American Fisheries are still picking about 120,000 daily. Evoh day about 50,000 are sent to the (tannery at Anacortes. and the Sehome and Washington canneries take a scow load each day. All the traps of the P. A. F. .ire being fished and all the hVi that are caught are being canned, say the officials. BOY SHOOTS HIS SISTER IN MOUTH SIX t EAR OLD BOY PLAYS WITH A GUN THAT WA...

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