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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 12 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME 1.-NO. 62. GAR DROPS FIFTY FEET KILLING TWELVE Accident en New York Elevaied Rail way Kills a Dozen and In- jures Thirty SWITCHMAN IS TO BLAME Crowded Car Plunges Fifty Feet to Street Below Because Switch was Open NEW YORK, Sept. 11.—Twelve persons were killed and more than 40 injured when the second car of a Ninth avenue elevated train juniced from the track and fell from the structure to the street at the junction ol the Sitxh and Ninth avenue lines at Fifty-third and Ninth avenue at seveu o'clock this morning. The car—seats, aisles and platforms of which were thickly packed with humanity was turned bot tom side up, its roof torn off and it was stood on end in the street. The heavy truck of another car fell upon it crushing out the lives of the passen gers. The fourth car and fifth cars also left the rail but did not fall to the street. The fourth car fell with terr ific force against th 9 buildings at the southwest corner of Ninth avenue, and rested a...

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. — 12 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered'as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee. Washlngte*. 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 woe*. - .10 TUESDAY, • - SEPTEMBER 12. 1305 THE CIRCULATION'S RAPID GAIN. What do the Populists and Domo crats who weie shouting in 1890 for a currency that wnold increase in the same ratio as the population of the country have to say for themelves HOW? The circulatticu of about 11,500,000,000 at the beginning of Ju ly that year has increased by consider ably over $1,000,,000,000 since then. It has not increased either by any each menus aB they urged. The mints have not been thrown open wide to sil ver as both the Populists and Popo- Democrats advocated. Nor have the printing presses of the treasary d...

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. — 12 September 1905

CONFESSION PROVES INNOCENT MAN WAS HANGED FOR MURDER After Concealing the Awful Secret cf his Wretched Life Charles Herzig Confesses the Crime for which An other Man was Hanged. MLKOT. X. D , Sept. ll.—"When my lifeless body is found, notify my mother Mrs. Katherine Herzig, of Gira.id, Ohio. Bee the enclosed letter which will reveal my if entity, aud the awful secret of my wretched life. I can eudure it to longer."' The foregoing note was fcnnd by Frank Byer, who lives on a claim near Hidden Wood, tiiis county. It was written by <v:t> of his harvest hands, called Frank who dis»pue*red. In the letttr the writer, who feigns himself as Charles Herzig says: "Dear Mr. Byei: [v tbe early seven ties OharlesSteiiiug supposed turnip, was rrieii lor the murder of Lizzie Qrom backer, ,° i eaotiful voang woman residing near Yoangstown, ' >. He wes conTicted on circumstantial evi dence, and wns hanged for the crime in the county jail at Youugsrown. "Otoatles Starling an innocent mm. i a...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 12 September 1905

ROCKFELLER IS NO LONGER A SHINING MARK IN HIS CHURCH John D. has Concealed his Shiny Pate with a Bran New Wig which some say is a Poor Fit and was Purchased Ready Made. CLEVELAND, Sept. 11.—The dea iOn who Stan. Is at the door of the Tuird Avenue Baptist Church to wel come strangers is thinking seriouslly of condenmiig himself to a season of sackcloth and asbes. While iv his ac customed place he caught sigtht oi a lean old man with a wealth of young hair showing beneath his hat, coiuiug slowly up the steps. A glance that the aired visitor gave had his mind bent on worship tor his head was reverently bowed and his lips moved as in prayer. The man at the door stepped forwad, took the hand of the newcomer and bade him weclome. With a cheery "Thank you," and some thing that sounded like a chuckle, the old man looked up. The light shone on his face, aud the deacon Rave a gasp of astouisheut. The visitor was John D. Rockefeller adcrnd iv a new wig. For inauy years the Standard Oil magnate...

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. — 13 September 1905

VOLUME I.—NO. 63. TOGO'S FLAGSHIP IS BLOWN UP AND SUNK Battleship Mikasa Destroyed by Fire and the Explosion of her Magazine 599 MEN LOSE THEIR LIVES Fire Started in Night and Reached Magazines Before Men Could be Rescued TOKIO, Sept. 12.—The navy depart ment announces that the battleship Mikasa has been destroyed by fire ana explosion of her magazine, causing the loss of 599 lives, including men of other ships who went to the rescue. The fire started from an unkoown canse, at midnight, on Saturday night, September 10. Before the officers could be rescued the fire reached the aft magazine, which ex ploded, blowing a hole in the port side of the vessel below the water line and causing the ship to sink. An investigation is now being held to determine the cause of the fire. The Mikasa waa the flagship of the Japanese navy, flying the flag of Vice- Admiral Togo, the oommauder-in chief She was present at all the en gagements during the war and on several occasions reported severely damag...

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. — 13 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered'as second-class Postoffice at Wenatchee, Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee. WasMnate*. Formers Fhnne 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 weak , - -1 0 WEDNESDAY. - SEPTEMBER 13. 1905 THE PACKERS AT THE BAR. The arraingument of the beef pack ers before Judge Humphrey in the United States district court at Cliica go means that tiie government iutends to push the case with all possible vig or. When Attorney General Moody was asked what he intended to do should the packers plead guilty, he answered: "The government will de mand that the extreme penalty of law be iuvoked, whether the packers con fess guiit or not." This is the sort of spirit which the people like. It is the kind they ex pceted. The Roosevelt administration overthrew the Northern Securities c ompan...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 13 September 1905

ALICE ROOSEVELT | SWIMS IN DAINTY WHITE SILK DRESS Daughter Dives in Tank While Wearing Street Dress and Dares Congressman Lonnworth to Follow her Example which he does BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. IS.—-Byj the arrivul ot the steam r Sierra which 1 reached pott yesterday, conies the story | that Miss Alice Roosevelt is exception-; aliy uncou ventiona;. It is related that ou the forward deck j ot the steamship Mauehuria, just be- I low the briage, a large cunvas burning j tank had been erected lor the member! ; ot the Talc party. On the day after ! the ship left Nagasaki tor Manilla, ! Miss Roossrelt stood near the tank, j with her hat off and a >-iik parasol t»[ shield her from tne sun. She wore a : dainty white t-i.k waist and a cream colored skitr, also ol si.k. Ilt-r l'-et were clad in hut supper.*. S" C ngressni .n Lo 'gworth," she tt marked according t..< tlia ktory, "if you will t;tke a plunge tir*ssed as you are, I will follow sun.' Longworcu was not in good humor that morning,...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 13 September 1905

CITY COUNCIL MEETS AND TRANSACTS MUCH IMPORTANT BUSINESS Application for Liquor Liscenses by Barnes and McGinnis were Grant ed—Ordinance Passed Prohibiting Women from Entering Saloons. The council met last night at the regain! hour with O. S. Sampson, may or, A. A. Bousquet, clerk, Miller, Kar liv, Nichols. Godfrey and Lai!, concil men, present. A petition to have a portion of Che tan avenue side walked was referred to the street and sidewalk committee. Applications for liquor licenses were made by Barnes and McGinnis. A peritiou was presented against the li cense asked by Barnes. On being put to vote both licenses were granted, the Barnes license received the vote of Miller and Hsrlin. Nichols voted no and Lail and Godfrey did not vote. A petition trom W. M. Olive, secre tary of tbe Chelan county fair nssocia' ttoii for permission to erect tents •dur ing the fair on vaacnt lots within the fire limits, was granted. A petition from Fergusou and Pre witt to erect bill boards was refer...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 14 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 64. SWEDEN DEMANDS HISTORIC FORT MOST CO Historic Stronghold Fort Kongsvirsger Key to Defense of Christiana Must be Sacrificed PUSHING NORWAY TO LIMIT 70.000 Swedish Soidiers being Mas sed at Strategic Points and Navy also Ais?mb!ed CHRSITIANA. Sept. 14—War be tween Norway and Sweden has never been nearer since the beginuiug of the disunion than it is now The sit nation is highly critioal The suspensions of tiie negotiations at Calsstad denotes a deadlock on the question of frontier fortesse= Sweden demands that not only the fortiScationr, actually on the frontier be actually destroyed, but that historic stronghold Fort Kongsv inger, eighteen miles from the frontier be destroyed, the key to the defenses of Christaiana in the east he sacrific ed During the negotiations Sweden has been incessantly mobiliznig troops 70,000 Swedish soldiers being massed as strategeic points all along the rail ways leading to the frontier. The whole Swedish fleet is al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 14 September 1905

The Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, mm COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 Jt would be an exaggeration to pretend that we have entirely disarm, d toward the fiuted States aay more than we have SUBSCRIPTION RATES: j toward any other country. The United One Year, by Mail, in Advance, - $5.00 ' States Is a power which has become vul- Slx Months, by Mail, in Advanct, 2.50 ! nerable by f tting up colonies act Delivered by Carrier, per weo». - .«0 No one suggests, however, either * i that we covet these colonies or that l ie THURSDAY. - - SEPTEMBER 14. 1905 EXCITEMENT IN JAPAN. Prbobably the ebalitious of popular excitement in Japan would have at tracted leas notice if they had not come into such sharp contrast with the dis play of absolute unity on the pait of all classes in that nation during war....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 14 September 1905

CHINESE HAPPILY RETURNING TQ THEIR DEVASTATED HOMES Roads Filled with Smiling Chinese Families in Clumsy Carts Returning to their Homes in Manchuria Re peating Word Peace over and over- LIDZIaPUDZE, Manchuria. S'enr. JS.—Whatever the feelings of the lius eian soldiers regarding peace, one mm welcomes ir unreservedly and with beaming smiles Tiiis is the China-r.an en whose hind the war was fought tor nearly eighteen months. Today the roads here are filled with smiling Chi- neee —men. women and children, who. in clumsy carts loaded with their household gooes, are proceeding in long lines tack to their old homes. The Chinese greet tlia Russian sold iers with one word:' ""Peace"* whi-h is repeated o*ei and over sgain. iianv of their homes have been devas tated, hot notwithstanding, they ex press heir joy ac getting hack iota pea-eful and iudasttlo-wi ooeopttious. Farhermore theguueot neutrality, to each side of which the Chineae have been obliged to pay for so many months, has been a ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 14 September 1905

PROMINENT DENVER MAN WITH TWO WiVES IS NOW IN TROUBLE Dr. Henry Dalton. who has Lived a Double Life for Seven Years. Disap pears when his Two Wives Discov er that he is a Bigamist. DENVER, Sept. 1 :i. — When Mrs. Henry Dalton, of Cambridge, Mass., arrived in Denver yesteidav to visit her husband, Dr. Henry Dalton, who has beeu here for four years, because of ill health, she discovered he had married another woman S'-ocked almost beyond belief, she denounced the couple when she entered the office of her husband unannounced, and found them together. Dr. Dalton dis appeared and the polue are searching for him. His first wife vows tint she will prosecute him for bigamy. Dr. Dalton is a member of the Denver club, a noted surgeon, writer, graduate of Harvard aud Heineiberg universities, and the scion of a rich and cultured family. He has contrib uted notable articles to the London Lancet and other medical journals. The romance of his marriage with is first, wife is known here. The ex iste...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 15 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 65. FIRE OESTROYES OOZEN 810 STORES Business Portion of Grangeviile. Id aho is Burned Entailing a Loss of $230,000 FLAMES SPREAD RAPIDLY Hotel and Largest Mercantile House are Consumed Before Fire is Under Control GRANGEVILLE, Jldaho,, Sept. i 1. —Fire played havoc in the bnsipese center of Grangeville this morning and when the smoke had cleared away 9330,000 worth of property lay in ruins. Mot more than one third of the loss is covered by iusuracne, but al- ready the losers are planning to re build and reenter business. The entire block known as tbe Jer sey house block, on tlie north side of Main street was destroyed, while at the west end of the block the Haines leaped acioss Main street to the south side and devoured the 150,000 mer canti'e establisment of Aleaxuder and Fviedeniich, this firm being tbe Heavi est loser of the day. The buildups OB the bOTth tide Of the street were all frame and dry as tinder and the mighty llames leaped to such h...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 15 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, Wathmgtc 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 FRiAY. - - - SEPTEMBER 15. 1905 WHY ROOSEVELT WILL BE RE ELECTED. Among the eigns of the times is the following noteworthy editorial in the New York World, the strongest inde pendent Democratic newspaper in tho United States: 1. Because he controls the party machinery. 2. Because the nomination can eaei. ly be gained in a convention where a bare majority nominates uud a third of the delegates come from the South. 3. Because no Republican boss will dare oppose his nomination. 4. Because there is no other candi date who appeals to the rank aud file of the party. 5. Becueae all Republican politic...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 15 September 1905

CAR THROWN FROM TRACK INJURING SIXTY PASSENGERS Everyone on Board is Hurt by Over turning of a Ccach Crowded to its Utmost Capacity Causing Scenes of indescribable Confusion. PITT-iBURCJ,S etp. 14.—Sixty pas sengers were injered , nine seriously by th 3 overturning of a trailer attach ed to a car on the Hr.mestead division of the Pittsburg Streer Railway com pany near the Glen wood bridge this morning. The car and trailer were crowded to their fullest capacity, many of the pas sengers being workmen ou the ; r way to the various plants in the vicinity. There is a steep grade Iroui the Glenwood bridge to Hays Junction, where the ears bruich off forsurroen rliug poiuts, and g-eit eaation is used by motnrinen. Tlie brakes refused to net properly today however, and the eats descend' *d the grade with unusual speed. Al Hay's junction there is a shaip curve The first car managed co round the carve, bur the trailer, carrying sixty passengers, was tbrowafrom the tra-.-i ou its side. A scene ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 15 September 1905

CAR THROWN FROM TRACK INJURING SIXTY PASSENGERS Everyone on Board is Hurt by Over turning ot a Ccach Crowded to its Utmost Capacity Causing Scenes of indescribable Confusion. PITTSBURGH etp. 14.—Sixty pas sengers were injured , nine seriously by Hl3 overturning of a trailer attach- ! ed to a car on the Hrmestead division 1 of the Pittsburg Street Railway com- ! pany near the Glen wood bridge this; morning. 1 The car and trailer wera crowded to their fullest capacity, many of the pas sengers being workmen uu the'r way to the various plants in the vicinity. There is a steep grade from the Glenwood bridge to Hays Junction, where thecals brmch off forsurroco diag points, and g*e»t caution is used by motoftaen. Tlie brakes refused to hct properly today however, and the cais uesceud ed tho grade witli unusual s;;eed. At Ed the grade with anosaal s;<eerl. At | itay's junction there is v sbaip curve. , The first car managed tn round the]) carve, but the t ail.--. carrying sixty, passenge...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 15 September 1905

LIGHTNING KILLS FOUR AND FATALLY INJURES OTHERS ' ■ 1 Lightning Strikes Poultry Show in In dianola. lowa. Killing Four Men and Seriously Injuring Many Olhcrs and | Wrecking the Tent." INDIANOLA, la.. Four men weie killed, six were peril ips fatally injur Ed and dozens more were stunned by j a bolt of lightening that watched a crowded poultry exhibition tent at the county fair here today. Thousands of Chickens wore killed. The dead: j Kay A iderson. Carl Peterson. Theordoe Yonng, all nf In'ianola. Blame Wright, Pla* tutville. The Serioasly injured: Dr. Carpenter, J. MoGrnuahan. E. W. Freel. Earl Car; eater Barker, C. I Shelibarger aud John Smith, all of In dianola. Real EsUts Transfers . Jerome A'akelield to M. S. Peters. 20 MOM 4 milss northwest of Wenatchee, 91*50. A. S. Lindsay to Josephine Lindsay, 2 lots in the vi'-eat Northern p;at ot Wenatchee. ?ir»o:i. United States to John Onlson, 160 acre* near Fntiat, homestead grant Anna Briggs to Ezra Hilton. 160 acres near Lake Chelan $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 16 September 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME 1.-NO. 66. TAINTED MONEY GOOO FOR THE HEATHEN Washington Gladden Fails in His Fight A Majority of Board of Foreign Missions REFUSE TO DISCUSS MATTER Board will Hereafter Take Money from Anyone who will Give it SEATLTE, Wash., Sept. Hi.—By a' vote of 4(5 to 10 the American board nf foreign missions today went oa record j a 6 being opposed to further discussion j of "tainted money in any ct its phases. This vote was not taken, however, until the question had been threshed out in all its phases, and the leading ; Congregatiofcalhts of America had voiced their sentiments on tlie subject. Dr. Washington Gladden the leader of j the minority, precipitated tlie discus- j sion by introducing a resolution to the j (Atfect that the officers of the board fhould neither invite nor solicit cou- j trtbntions to its funds from whose gains were geuerally believed lo j have been made by methods "morally indefensible or socially injurious.*' David Falts of Illinois immedia...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 16 September 1905

Toe Wenatchee World WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class Postoffice at Wenatchee, Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Wasnlngtc*. Farmers Phona 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 we**., - .10 SATURDAY, - - SEPTEMBER 16. 1905 ADDICKS DEN IBS THAT HE IS OUT. Perhaps, after all, it is too early to write the obituary of J. Edwird Ad dioks. A few days ago the country was impressed with tho declaration of J. FrankAllee of Deleware that Ad dicrks was 1 ,out of it" As Allee had been an old Addicksite. and as Addicks, according to the stories at the time, elected Allee when Addicks was there wa« no chance for himself, this Alllee statement souuded lite a postmortem ou Addicks. But the gas man now gets back at j his former ward. ''All D-deware I knows the rel&tions that have existed between Allee and myself,"...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 16 September 1905

HE DIDN'T CARE FOR THE WOMAN BUT HE WANTED HIS SOCKS Bride and Groom Pursued by Angry Man who Claimed that the Woman had two pairs of Green Silk Seeks Which Belonged to Him. SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. 18. —Gen. W. Ilazen. United States secret service ageut, and his wife of a few hours strolled into an O'Furrel street oyster house Thursday night in search of something to appease their huuger. As they entered the place a small man who was nervously putting rome vi ands out of sigbt at a table near the floor, sat holt upright, turned pale, then began to quiver with excitement and with his eyes resting en the wo aaaa exslamed dramatically ■• "I have foondl you at last. Why did you trick me V' l!"!ie woman tl ik ; i nl ai'.srrv leeent (But from In r ey< s at tin? rem irk and she nnd Uaseu to avoid to ipnie lefr the place, fins little nan follow.d thtm. They went «|> OF'atrel street with the little man ii their »ak<. Turning down Hyde, street they leach ed Turk, when their nursuer over...

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