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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 24 May 1906

The Wenatchee World Published Dally Except Sunday by WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. N. AMENT Editor C. A. BRIGGS Business Mgr. entered as second -class matter at the Postofflca at Wenatchee,(Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 234 subscription rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5 00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advance, 2.60 Delivered by Carrier, par wee*. - .10 THURSDAY. MAY 24, 1906 Taking no Chances During a recent discussion on ju venile crime, says Linpinoott's Maga zinc, Charles Richmond Henderson, professor of sociology, told a [story of a youngster who was asked if he knew tbe meaning of "regeneration." "'Yes,' responded the lad, 'it means to be born again.' " 'And would you like to be born again?' he was asaed. " 'No, sires.' exclaimed the boy; 'I'm too much afraid ot bciig horn a girl.' " "It is strange." said a lawyer, "that the late Rofua £. Shapley, the bril liant Philadelphia lawyer, dil not ...

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. — 24 May 1906

The Brethren <By RIDE% HAGGARD, Author of "She," "King Solomon's Mines," Etc. COPYRIGHT, 1903-1904, H V RIDEH. HAGGARD SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTER I.—The opening scenes Ithe story are laid in England, to ward the close of the twelfth century. Rosamund D'Arcy, who is a niece of the eastern monarch, Salah-ed-din (Sal* adin), and her two cousins. Godwin and Wulf, are surprised by a body of armed men, who desire to take Rosamund. She escapes while the young men fight the kidnappers. The latter mention Sir Hugh Lozelle, an enemy of the D'Arcys. The brethren are wounded. ll.—Sir Andrew D'Arcy, father of Rosamund rletermines to knight his nephews. 111. —Godwin and Wolf a.'c knighted. Both are in love with Rosa mund. They receive Sir Andrew's permission to ask Cosamund to choose one of them. IV. —Rosamund tells the brethren to wait two years for her decision. Sir Andrew is visited by a pilgrim with a letter from Sal-ed-din. The latter asks that Rosamund go to Syria. He threate...

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. — 24 May 1906

Personal Indention and City 7^lews in Brief For longtime fa.m loans apply So J. 8. Mooney Hyuian Harris of the Wenatchee Dept. Store, returned today from a visit flirt his sister at Soap Luke. Why not try "wait ad. salesman ship" in the Daily World. J. M. Duffy has just finished put ting iH a large window in front of the cigar stan: 1 , to protect it from the Trimmed wall paper. 10 cents doub le roll at Russell's. For Linoleum varnish, go to Russell. CL .A. Bower returned yesterday from a business aud pleasure trip to Leaven woith. Try Central Market for good meats aud quick delivery. Albin Meat Co. Mi. Fields and family have moved into the house on Orondo Avenue, re ecently vacated by Mr. Bum gurnet. We will give 5 cents per bottle for each citrate of magnesia bottle re- turned to os Wenatchee Drug Co. D. D. Olds made a bus mess nip to Cashmere today. Wuj ' half advertise" it? A want sale in this place for such l.uh piioe ad. in the Daily World will fully ad-; horses. vertise it Gr...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 25 May 1906

WENATCHEE VOLUME I.—NO. 279. G. N. TO MOVE THE PASSENGER DEPOT Will Build a New Station at the Foot of Kittitas Street Costing $25.- OOO—Change to Take Place Soon Business men in this oity who are in touch with tne affairs cf the Great Northern railtoad are confident; that official announcement will be made in a few days of the removal of the passenger depot from .to present site near the foot of First street to the foot of Kittitas street opposite the cannery. The railroad company bas bfen con templating this ohange for some time and plans to build a depot which will be a credit to the town and commodi ons'enoogh to aoccmodate the business here for mauy years to come. It is planned to construct a building costing 125,000 with grounds adjoining large enough to permit of a small park. A 1,000 foot concrete platform will be laid and arrangements will be made for the accomodation of the transfer and bus men. The present passenger depot will be used as a freight depot and left where it ...

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. — 25 May 1906

The Wenatchee World Published Dally Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. N. AM E NT Editor C. A. BRIGGS- Business Mgr. Entered ■• second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee,(Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washlngte*. Farmers Phone 234 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advance, 2.60 Delivered by Carrier, »er week, - .10 FRIDAY. MAY 25, 1906 Oldfield Breaks Record Lexington, Ky., May 15. —At the Kentucky Tiotting Breeders' track here yesterday afternoou Barn ey Cldfield broke the world's record for fifty miles held by himself. He covered the distance in one our, thir teen minutes and two seconds; the best previous record being one hour, sixteen minutes and twenty seconds. Oldfield won the Blupgruss sweep stakes, open to the world, at five miles, and captured tbe oue niih race from Paul Albert, of Germany, in easy sty 1?. MALAGA Malaga, May 24.—The Colombia Ri...

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. — 25 May 1906

The Brethren <B y RIDQ'II HAGGARD, Author of "She," "King Solomon's Mines," Etc. COPYRICIIT, 1903-1904, H V RIDE% HAGGARD SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTER I.—The opening scenes ithe story are laid in England, to ward the close of the twelfth century. Rosamund D'Arcy, who is a niece of the eastern monarch, Salah-ed-din (Sal adin), and her two cousins, Godwin and Wulf, are surprised by a body of armed men, who desire to take Rosamund. She escapes while the young men right the kidnappers. The latter mention Sir Hugh Lozelle, an enemy of the D'Arcys. The brethren are wounded. If.—Sir Andrew D'Arcy, father of Rosamund, determines to knight his nephews. lll.—Godwin and Wolf are knighted. Both are in love with Rosa mund. They receive Sir Andrew's permission to ask Rosamund to choose one of them. IV.—Rosamund tells the brethren to wait two years for her j decision. Sir Andrew is visited by ai pilgrim with a letter from Sal-ed-din. The latter asks that Rosamund go to Syria. He threa...

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. — 25 May 1906

WE UNDERSELL EVERYBODY End of May Sale - Reduced Prices Greatest Sale Yet Exploited in Wenatchee Zc* Saturday, May 26 » June 2nd Notion Bargains Paper pins 1c Safet3' pins, 2 cards for 5c Cube pins 4c Cube pins 8c Vegetable brushes 4c Wire hair pins, 3 packages 5c Hooks ande\*es 3 cards 5c Pearl buttons, all sizes, card 5c Agate buttons, 3 doz tor 5c Stocking darn ers 5c Darning cotton two balls 5c Lustre cotton, two balls 5c Ladies' Skirts One lot ladies' skirts, reg. $.'5.50 $3.75, for this sale $2.98 One lot ladies' skirts, reg. $4.75, for this sale $3.79 One lot ladies' skirts, reg. $(5 $6.75, for this sale $4.39 One lot ladies' skirts, reg. $7,25 $8.0 ), for this sale $6.39 Ladies hemmed stitched and embroidered handkerchiefs reg 10c, for this sale 5c A large assortment of Torchon lace in various widths, for this sale 3 12c One lot silk stock collars, reg 25c, for this sale 10c One lot of embroidery, worth up to fifteen cents for this sale 71-2 c One lot of black silk belts, wo...

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 May 1906

WENATCHEE VOLUME I—NO. 280. BUSINESS MEN STRONGLY OPPOSED TO VOTING $12,000 FOR AN ADDITION TO WHITMAN BUILDING Consider it Absurd That They Should be Asked to Vote $12,000 for What is Believed to be a Senseless Piece of Extravagance—Schools are Not Overcrowded as the Board Would Lead the Voters to Believe—Attendance Per Room is Small The proposition of the sohool board t<* bond the city for $12,000 to baild an addition to the Whitman sohool is arnnsiog an intense and well-founded antagonism. It is believed by a majori ty ot the business men that this move is ill-advised and totally unnecessary. Dozens of men hare interested them selves in the matter since the an nouncement of tne special election called by the school board and are working hard to defeat the bonds, not because they tnat the oitv cannot afford the building nor beca use they do not nave the interests of the school at heart but because they be Uevti it is a useless piece of extrava gance and entirely uncalled fcr at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 May 1906

The Wenatchee World Published Dally Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. N. ANIENT Editor C. A. BRIGGS Business Mgr. Entered es second-class matter at the Postofflce at Wenatchee,lWashlngton. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING VV«ii*tchee, Washinotc*. Farmers Phons 234 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advanoe, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, oar week.. - .10 SATURDAY. MAY 26, 1906 DAWN OF AN INTELLECT. A Free Trade Editor Makes an Im- porta nt Discovery. After quoting the following figures, as estimated and predicted by Willet & Gray, of our production of sugar, both domestic and In our noncontigu ous islands—viz: Year. Tons. Tear. Tons. Porto Rico 1898 64,000 1906 210,000 Hawaii 1876 10,000 1906 370.000 Philippines 1901 65,000 1906 125,000 Domestic, beet....1893 12.018 1903 285,000 Domestic, cane....1887 80,858 1906 312,000 the Evening Post says, with wonderful sapience: "But there is anoth...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 26 May 1906

The Brethren <By RIDEII HAGGARD, Author of "She," "King Solomon's Mines," Etc. COPYRIGHT, 1903-1904, It T RIDER. HAGGARD SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPfER I.—The opening scenes the story are laid in England, to ward the close of the twelfth century. Rosamund D'Arcy, who is a niece of the eastern monarch, Salah-ed-din (Sal adin), and her two cousins, Godwin and Wulf, are surprised by a body of armed men, who desire to take Rosamund. She escapes while the young men fight the kidnappers. The latter mention Sir Hugh Lozelle, an enemy of the D'Arcys. The brethren are wounded. ll.—Sir Andrew D'Arcv, father of Rosamund, determines to knight his nephews. 111. —Godwin and Wolf a.'c knighted. Both are in love with Rosa mund. They receive Sir Andrew's permission to ask Rosamund to choose one of them. IV. —Rosamund tells the brethren to wait two years for her decision. Sir Andrew is visited by a pilgrim with a letter from Sal-ed-din. The latter asks that Rosamund go to Syria. He threate...

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. — 26 May 1906

Personal Indention and City News in Brief Tho Etude Club Recital, May 31. For longtime ta.m loans apply to J. S. Mooney Harvey Reed, who has been ill with blood poisoning is well on the road to reooveiy. Trimmel wall paper, 10 oents doub le roll at Russell's. For Linoleum varnish, go to Russell. Arden Hariis, who has been attend ing sohool in Wenatchee left today foi hs heme iv Entiat. Try Central Market for good meats and quick delivery. Albin Meat Co. Instead cf the regular services at tbe Methodist church tomorrow morn ing there will be anion Memoiial ser vices oonduoted by Rev. Kufus. Ev eniug services will be ai. the regular hoar. We will give 5 cents per bottle for eaoh citrate of magnesia bottle re turned to os Wenatchee Drug Co. D. M. Farris and wife came down yeater Jay from Farris. Wash., ou the Entiat on a short business trip. The high school did some good work in athletics this year, and they will beat their foimei records if they have the money to bay part>phenaiia, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 28 May 1906

WENATCHEE VOLUME I.—NO. 281. GROVES-MILLER BLOCK TO 60 UP 3 STORIES New Brick Building on Wenatchee Avenue South Will Be One of the Largest and Best in the City T. J. Groves and Emil Miller will iv a few weeks begin the const ruction of a three story briok block with a frontage of 100 feet on Wenatchee av enue. The contract for exoavatiag for the basement of tbe building was let to tne Eagle Transfer oo mpany to day and as soon as the detailed plans of tte buildiug are complete, (he con tract for its coustrruotion will be placed. It has been definitely decided to put thd block up three stories and Architect A. H. Smith is now at work on the plans. The n'ocfe will have a i rout age of 100 feet on Wenatohee ave nue, giving loom for three large store rooms which will be 120 feet deep running to the alley. The block will be situated 50 feet north of Yakima street on Wenatchee avenue. Mr. Groves will oor-upy one of the store rooms with his grocery. Tenants for the other two rooms are yet...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 28 May 1906

The Wenatchee World Published Dally Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. N. ANIENT Editor C. A. BRIGGS Business Mgr. Entered second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee,(Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washlnotc*. Farmers Phcnc 234 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advance, - $6.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advance, 2.60 Delivered by Carrier, per wee*. - .10 MONDAY. MAY 28, 1906 FATE OF THE PURE FOOD BILL. Pure-food bills were introduced into both branches] of congress early in the session. Three months ago the senate, contrary to its own pieoedents passed oia* of these (bills. The an nouncement is now made, however, t'<ai there is to be no pure food legis lation at this session. The bouse bill has not been pushed with sufficient visor. Even if it is passed there will not be time enough before adjourn ment, it is believed, to secure the ne cessary actionjn jcb t conference. This threatened defeat o...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 28 May 1906

The Brethren <By RIDE-Tt HAGGARD, Author of "She," "King Solomon's Alines," Etc. COPYRIGHT, 1903-1904, H V RIDEH, HAGGARD SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTER I.—The opening scenes the story are laid in England, to ward the close of the twelfth century. Rosamund D'Arcy, who is a niece of the eastern monarch, Salah-ed-din (Sal adin), and her two cousins, Godwin and Wulf, are surprised by a body of aimed men, who desire to take Rosamund. She escapes while the young men tight the kidnappers. The latter mention Sir Hugh Lozelle, an enemy of the D'Areys. The brethren are wounded. ll.—Sir Andrew D'Arcy, father of Rosamund, determines to knight his nephews. lll.—Godwin and Wolf ai-e knighted. Both are in love with Rosa mund. They receive Sir Andrew's permission to ask Rosamund to choose one of them. IV.—Rosamund tells the brethren to wait two years for her decision. Sir Andrew is visited by a pilgrim with a letter from Sal-ed-din. The latter asks that Rosamund go to Syria. He threaten...

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. — 28 May 1906

Personal detention and City News in Brief The Etude Clob Recital, May 31. For longtime fa.m loans apply to J. S. Mooney Mr. Van La bens moved his house hold gcods to his taucb west of town Saturday morning. Trimmed wail paper. 10 cents doub le roll at Russell's. For Linoleum varnish, gu to Russell. E W. Thomas fias sold his p!ace on Sooth Mission St. and bougnt an al falfa ranch in Miller Dale, at foOO an acre. Try Central Market for good meats and quick delivery. Albin Meat 00. Miss Anuis Boyd ot this oity left Sat urday fir Paloogp, Idaho where she will v isit her parent. We will give 5 cents per bottle for each citrate of magnesia bottle re tnrned to us Wenatchee Drug Co. Chailes Decker of tbis city made a pleasure trip to Spokane last Monday and returned Fiiday night. The Athletic Association needs funds to play baseball this summer, and we aie going to try to get them by filling the Theatre at Ihe Etude Clou Recital. We want you there. Miss Leota Carpenter of this city left Sat...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 29 May 1906

WENATCHEE VOLUME I.—NO. 282. DECORATION DAY PROGRAM COMPLETE Celebration Tommow Promises to be One of the Best Ever Held in This City-Music and Speak ing at Thea're The program airanged by the De coration Day oominittee for tomoriow is complete and everythiug is iv readi ness for one of the best Memoiial Day celebrations ever beld in this city. Tne morning program will con sist piincipally of deootation ceremon ies at the cemetery uuder the direction of the G. A. R. In tbe aft -moon tbe several organizations interested will assemble at the paik and paiade to the Wenatchee Theatre where an inter esting program will be given, consist ing of music and speaking. The principal address of the afternoon will be made by Rev. L R. Kutus of the M. E church. Musio will be furnish ed by the Wenatohee Military band under the direction of Louis Crollard; cnoir, by O. S. Stocker; ladies' double quartette. High School Boys' Glee club and High School Girl's Glee club, led by Ratneryn Hayue. Tbe prog...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 29 May 1906

The Wenatchee World Published Daily Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO., PROP. N. ANIENT Editor C. A. BRIGGS Business Mgr. Entered as i Postoff ice at Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washington. Farmers Phone 234 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, by Mall, In Advance. - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advanoe, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier. Bar week.. - .10 TUESDAY. MAY 29, 1906 GERMAN TARIFF METHODS. Harsh and of American Exports. The Germans are reported to com plain less of our rates of duty than of the methods of our custom house as sessments aud the queer classification of articles to make them come under higher rates of duty. There is a good deal of grouud for this, but all coun tries which maiutaiu high tariffs are open to the same complaint. If con gress imposes high duties to protect home industry the customs oiticials may be relied upon to make the law as effective lv the same directions as possible by turning the benefit of ev ery ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 29 May 1906

The Brethren "By RIDEVI HAGGARD, Author of "She," "King Solomon's Alines," Etc. COPYRIGHT, 1903-1904, "BY RIDE% HAGGARD SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTER I.—The opening scenes the story are laid in England, to ward the close of the twelfth century. Rosamund D'Arcy, who is a niece of the eastern monarch, Salah-ed-din (Sal adin), and her two cousins, Godwin and Wulf, are surprised by a body of aimed men, who desire to take liosamund. She escapes while the young men fight the kidnappers. The latter mention Sir Hugh Lozelle, an enemy of the D'Arcys. The brethren are wounded. ll.—Sir Andrew D'Arcy, father of Rosamund, determines to knight his nephews. 111. —Godwin and Wolf are knighted. Both are in love with Rosa mund. They receive Sir Andrew's permission to ask Rosamund to choose one of them. IV.—Rosamund tells the brethren to wait two years for her decision. Sir Andrew is visited by a pilgrim with a letter from Sal-ed-din. The latter asks that Rosamund go to Syria. He threatens to...

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. — 29 May 1906

Personal Indention and City News in Brief For longtime fa.m loans apply to J. 8. Mooney Mr. an Mis. H. Swinney and daughter Ma dge leave June 2 for an extended visit through out California Trimme' wall paper, 10 cents doub le roll at Russell's. Two new members, Walter Mapes and .Taok Lillis, were admitted to the Commeroial club at the meeting of the trustees held yesteiday atternoou. We will give 5 cents per bottle for each citrate of magnesia bottle re turned to us Wenatohee Drng Co. Mrs. Knowles who has been teach ing in the Wenatchee schools, will leave Ihorsday with her daughter for her homestead near Davenport to spend the summer. For Sale—6 room house and a lots; fine location on Okanogan aye. Fnrni iture goes with house, All for $2100 Tie Ladies Aid society of the Bapt ist church will meet at the home ot Mrs W. W. Gray Thursday afternoon, May 31 instead of Wednesday. All members are requested to be present aud bting thimbles and needles. After the thow, go to tt.e Palace Bake...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 30 May 1906

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 283. EIGHT GRADUATES DELIVER ORATIONS Senior Class of High School Present Interesting and Timely Sub jects in their Orations at Methodist Church A class of fight graduates of the Wenatohee tigh eohbol delivered Iheif seni ir orations laat evening at the Methodist church. Surrounded by roses, syringa, carnations and class pennants, and before a prond aua enthusiastic audience of parents nnd friends, the four yonng ladies and the same number of young men present ed their best ideas on literary and politioal eubjects iv a most'cleai and pleading manner. The thought and delivery of eacu speaker waß so gooa that it would be impossible to mention one without sDeaking of all. George Lail discussed the negro question und er the subjeoc, "One of Our National Problems." By a brief elimination of all other possible ways of dealing with this race, he presented the nted of the tight kind of education Tor the negro which would best fit him to re man in this cou...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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