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In response to the published cull for a meeting to make arrangement*! for an ex hibit in the women’s department of tie World’s fair, fifteen ladies assembled in the parlors of the Yakima club Monday afternoon. Mrs. Heg was made chair man of the meeting and Mrs Steinweg secretary. A discussion of the various branches of work that might lie repre sented by the women of our city and country adjacent was held, ami the 40l- I .wingofficers and heads of committees were chosen for the Women’s Club of the Yakima valley for the World’s fair: president. Mrs. F. H. Reed; vice presi dents. Mrs. W. F. Morrison, Mrs. T. M. Vance, Mrs. J. 11. Thomas and Mrs. J. B. Pugah-y ; recording and corres|*onding secretary, Mrs. W. L. Steinweg; treas urer, Mrs. 11. J. Snively; on needlework and all of its branches, Mrs. Kd Whitson aid Mrs. R. 11. Milroy; on wild flowers pressed and mounted or represented in water colors, Mrs. W. L. Steinweg; on fruits preserved in various ways, Mrs. J. H. Thomas; on school work, including exhibits of our public schools, Mrs. J. H. Keavis; on antiquity, family rehes, etc.,, Mrs. F. B. Sharkey: on wood carving, pyropaphy from our native woods, Mrs. ' H. 11. Allen; crochet, Mrs. K. Htrohach; | painting on china, Mrs. K. E. Heg. An- j other meeting will be held in the same place, Saturday, April 2d, at 2 o'clock p. m., when all interested ami williug to assist in making the women’s exhibit at j Chicago « success, an* invited to meet i with the heads ot committees and aid in organising a special conimiitee i* r each branch of work. George Williams i" a big l>ln<‘k ca»*n who went into Taggard’asaloon I!•«* other day Mini I k >ll t*l fii 11 v claimed l.e wit* tin* bomol<i sledge plater in sevencounties. He finally managed to get into h game, having a while man named I*. J. Smith (or hia partner. When several games iia<l been played ami Smith ami Williams ha<l been defeated, the hitter discovered he had no money to pay the score. He seemed to take this as a personal cause of grievance, and when Smith had settled hia own bill ami started to leave Williams drew a long knife and made for biin, evi dently intending to stab him in the hack, but a man named Turner who claims to lie a detective, and who certainly was quick wilted in this instance, threw hia overcoat around Hie negro’s arm, cover ing the knife, and managed to take the weapon away. Williams was arrested, and at hia examination before Justice Gardner stated that lie was loaded with alcohol at the time and didn’t know w hat he intended to do. The evidence against the prisoner was nearly as dark as his face, so the justice committed him to jail in default of S3OO ball toawait the convening of the superior court. Yakima is attracting much attention abroad and ia receiving more favor able mention from the press than any other section of the northwest. That this ia having a beneficial effect is evidenced by the fact that representatives of the C.. B. A Q. (Midland Pacific) and the Union Pacific railroads have recently been here to look over the situation, and we have the assurance of a visit from Jim Hill, of the Groat Northern, In the near future. On Monday lost a midden and alarm in# sickness took iKwsession of five of tlie boys of the Indian training school. l>r. W. G. Coe was summoned and found two of the children In convulsions. An in vestigation showed that they had lioen oat on a picnic and had eaten wild par snips, which sre very poisonous. Three of the boys had barely tattled the vege table and they were not seriously effected, but the other two were past aid. Dr. Doe gave them hypodermic injections of apomophia, which would relieve a strong man’s stomach in less than two minutes, but it had no effect, and they died that night. On Saturday last, while H. Harris wan returnin; from the celebration of the Opening of the canal, the springs of hia r md-cart gave way and he was thrown onto hia head. The horae ran away and the cart collided with J. B. Pugs ley ’s wagon, resulting in Mrs. Pugsley being pitched to the ground and auaUining se vere bruises and a sprained ankle. The attractive new advertisement of J. B. Pngaley is to be seen in this issue of The Hbbald. Mr. Pugsley has the hand ling of the lands of the Moxee company, and bis announcement makes very enter taining reading. Col. A. J. Smith, president of the Price Baking Powder company, of Chicago, was in the city this week. Col. J. W. Feigan, of Spokane, was one of Yakima’s visitors this week. The county commissioners thin week granted to Dr. W. F. Morrison the right of-way (or an iirigatingditch along county road No. 4-1 to the premises of the pe titioner. Mrs. Elizabeth Loudon, of Yakima City, is in Portland selecting a stock of boots and shoes for her store, which she has recently enlarged by means of an addition. E. E. James, one of Tiik Hkmai.o’s Kns lyn suhacrihers, was in the city Thursday and reported a fatal casualty in Hie coal mines the previous night. One of the negro miners, while working in mine No. I, attempted to light hia pipe when an explosion of gas took place, killing one man and injuring two more. The Northern Pacific summer schedule of passenger train service goes into effect Sunday. No. 1, the west-hound or Pacific mail will arrive at Yakima at 2:43 p. m., and No. 3, the west-lsiund or Pacific ex press, at 2:40 a. m. No. 2, tne east-bound or Atlantic mail, will arrive here at 10:50 p. in., and No. 4, the east-bound or At lantic express, at 7:55 a. m. The purchase by the canal company of I the land in school section So. 3d, town ship 11 north, range 20 east, gives color to a lielief that has been held for some time that the Hunnyside town will be on the river or just back from it, on section 25, at this point. This is opposite the \ Toppenish station, aAd near where the ferry now is. The price paid was sl7 per acre, and it is not sup|»osable that a i-om- 1 pany whose business is the selling of hind would buy this tract unless it 1« for townsite purposes. If the surmise is an accurate one, then the town will be, only a mile or ao beyond the old Sam Chappell ranch. It will at least be a bracer to prices of lands in that immedi ate vicinity, and sometimes a guess is as | good as a guinea. Thoae who have op- | porlunity to know about the location of! the town-to-be will not talk. RESIDENCE OF L. S. HOWLETT. Col. W. K. Prosser, brings back the news from Washington that the commis sioner of Indian affairs is now ot work upon the preliminaries necessary be fore ordering a selection in severalty of the lands of the Yakima Indian reserva tion, and it is Col. Pronser’s opinion that a special agent will be sent here within a month to make the allotment. This seems to indicate the probable owning of the reservation this coming season. Members of company A of Klleusburgh and company E of this city again partici pated in a target match, on Monday, and once more the home team was badly de feated. The Ellensburghera seem to be decidedly in it when it comes to shooting. The visitors were pleasantly entertained at the armory previous to returning home. The following gentlemen compose the company which haa recently made large investments in Yakima City; George W. Van Doren and W. E. Simpson, of Seattle, L. K. Grimes, of Ellensbnrgh, E. E. Morgan, of Hot Springs; W. M. Dean, of Cheney and J. H. Thomas, of Yak ima F.el R. Reed is now a full fledged Knight of Phythiaa having taken his third degree on Wednesday. There was a great turnout to nee him ride the in tractable goat. Owing to the press of matter in this issue of Thb Hbbald (he conclusion of theatory "A Deadly Dilemma” will not appear until next week. THE YAKIMA HERALD: THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 189*1 City taxes hare been paid on forty-two doge. Manager Walter N. Granger, of the irri gation company, left on Wednesday for a brief visit to Montana. On Monday the counly commissioners appropriated $3,200 to the various road districts of the county, in sums of |IOO each. The family of the late Isaac A. Flint desire to ex press their moat sincere thanks to all who have so kindly assisted them in any manner in their late bereavement. A. Hoaenfeld received this week from New York one of those “strictly confi dential” circulars wanting him to handle some really first-class “green goods. * “Rosy” may look verdant, but he can't be caught with such moth-eaten bait. In commenting on the Rosa Stannns communication to the Yakima press the Seattle PrttrTimet speaks of her as an “itinerant elocutionist.” The first part of the expression is all right but in the st-'oi.d the P.-T. is evidently giving her taffy. RESIDENCE OF GEORGE DONALD. j A dispatch regarding hops trom New York city save that 24 cents is hid for Washington’s, June delivery. J. L. Smith has returned from the sound and states that the settlement of tiie question of continuing right along ! with the work on the big ditch will lie made within the next few days. I The celebration of t lie completion of the first section of the N. I*. Yakima A K. Irrigation canal was concluded Saturday night at the Yakima club. Members of the club and Mr. Schulze and his friends were present and the entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed by nil. Over the j wine speeches were made by Gardner G. | Hubbard, Wm. Ham Hall, Paul Schulze, I. W. Anderson, David Wilson, F. K. j Reed, Win. Ker, Dr. W. H. Hare and ! Edward Whitson. A nun*her of clergymen wem here on Friday of last week to attend the church trial of Rev. John A. Walker of Roslyn. Walker, it will be remembered, was ar rested some time ago for burglary and two trials were given him, the first lime the jury disagreeing and at the second trial the jury, which Judge Graves pro nounced a merciful one. acquitted him. The church trial was conducted by Rev. George F. Whitworth, of Seattle, Rev. R. J. Duncan, of F.llensburgb, end Rev. T. M. Gunn, of Walla Walla. It was held in the Presbyterian church, and a num ber of witnesses were summoned, but only a few ap|>oared. Among the charges was abuse of family and profanity. The testimony was transcribed and the find ings reserved. Walla Walla has been having peculiar weather, which included rain and two hours of snow-storm on Sunday and a heavy frost the thickness of a pane of glass that night. It is thought the fruit is not much injured, but that a rep etition of the same weather would lower the orchard yield greatly. J. W. Hopp, one of the publishers of the Sumaa Newt, is in the city. Mr. Hopp is here with a view of potting in a newspaper at Yakima City, but hasn't concluded as yet to occupy the field. Mrs. Buckley was married atCentralia, Wash., March 3rd, to Wm. Ormsby. Mr. and Mrr Ormsby will reside at Centralia. A. K. Hiscock arrived in the city this morning from Tacoma. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report Baking lv« Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Jack Frost has made his appearance here in the last week, but according to reports from the Moxee, Konewock, Ah tanum and other sections of this country, no injury has resulted. Mr. Leah made an examination of several orchards yes terday and says the fruit is all right as yet, but admonishes every grower to have smudges in readiness and lie prepared fur an emergency. Yakima never had a more promising outlook for a splendid crop, and it should not be endanger*! through lack of vigilance. The new Baptist church will be form ally dedicated on Sunday next. Rev. Mr. Proper, the Baptist state missionary, will lie pressnt on this occasion. Gideon Hamacher, brother of E. J. Hamacher, has been appointed assistant industrial teacher of the Wilbur boarding school at Fort Simcoe. The appoinment takes effect April Ist. Messrs. Peter and Ihmaher, of Ellens burgh, are arranging to put on a small steamer on the upper Columbia to carry passengers and freight to Wenatchie and t the Okanogan mines. The democratic party in this county has received large and important ac cessions of late. A strong majority of the recent comers from Puyallup and other I Sound points are of the Jackson-Jeffer son persuasion. RESIDENCE OF FRED R. REED. The Leadbetter-Simmona Irrigation Co. hna a surveying partv camped at Prosser falls for the purpose of making the sur veys for a ditch to carry water down the north aide of the river to Cold creek and the Baxter sections, th.mce across the river by means of a pipe line and continu ing down to Kennewick, thereby water ing much of the higher lands. Pupils of the public schools have been enjoying their spring vacation this week. Hchool will reconvene on Monday. C. V. Fowler has let the contract for a neat cottage on the corner of Yakima avenue and Seventh street. The 6-year-old bod of Mr. France, of the Wenao, died on Monday of scarlet fever. Dr. Frank. Pierre county’s coroner has been one of Yakima’s recent visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weed entertained their friends at cards Tuesday evening. □-PRICE’S Baking U^J^Powder Used in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard. Edward Hensley was taken in charge by Deputy Marshal Ryan, on Friday last, for vagrancy. Hensley is only 13 years old, and when brought before Justice Gardner that official wisely concluded to turn him over to Judge Graves to be ex amined as a candidate for the state re form school, to which asylum Judge Graves committed him. The regular quarterly communion serv ice at the Presbyterian church will be held next Sunday evening at 10:30. Members of both the Presbyterian and Congregational churches are requested to be present. The evening sermon is called in so that all may have an op portunity to attend the services at the I Baptist church. Young people’s society as usual at O:3J p. m. Alsmt $15,000 was realised from the sale of the slate school lands Monday. In section 3<(, township 13, range 18 E, Charles 11. Lombard bought lot 1, con sisting of 10 acres, at S7O per acre; Charles Kinney, lot 2, 10 acres, at $100; O. V. Carpenter, lot 3, M acres, at $110; James Casern, lot 4, 10 acres, at $104; Russell \V. Rock, lot 58, M acres, at $45; G. W. Rolierts, lot 54, 10 acres, at $54. In sec tion 30, township 13, range 19 E., F. A. Brackett Isuight 40 acres at $lB an acre; E. W. Brackett, 40 acres at sl9; and the balance of the section was purchased by F. R. Reeil for the Yakima Land com pany, at prices ranging from $1) to sl9 per acre. On Saturday nixlit of last week T. Sun ford retired to bed in the McGlothlen house with the happy consciousness of lieing the possessor of a good amt of clothes and (SO in money. He alept the sleep of the righteous, and alien he awoke in the morning and looked around he liegan to think that he “had ’em.” ilia money waa .tone, and in place of his now clothes, hat and hoots wsa a most disreputable looking outfit. He pondered awhile and had about concluded that he had fallen out of an ash barrel, w hen the thought struck him that perhaps he had been robbed. This proved to be the right solution, for Joseph Koche was arrested for the crime, and although he proved his innocence he put the officers on the right track, and it is expected the thief will sooa be arrested. George M. VanDoren, of Seattle, sent a handsome buggy to K. J. Frazier this week. Mr. Frasier is managing Mr. Van Boren’s Urge interests here and is superin tending the planting of his 1(10 acres in the Sunnyside country to corn. Lester Knapp and several companions expect to leave the latter part of the week for the Okanogan country on a prospect ing trip. I Joseph Stephenson, chairman of the board of county commissioners, informs Tux Hrk.ild that arrangements are in progress to bond the county for |(IJ,UOO. The money is to I* furnished from the state school fund for ten or twenty years, at six per cent interest. The negotiations have progressed so far that it is expected the money will Ik* hero inside of three weeks, lids sum will liquidate all of the warrant indelrtedness of the county, and be the means of saving between three and four thousand dollars interest per annum. Thereafter the county w ill not only be on a cash basis, but be able to provide a sinking fond for the redemption of the bonds. John Chisholm, of Kiona was in the city last Saturday and reported that the Kiona school district had voted a five-mill tax and will this year bnild a school house costing between $2500 and S3OOJ. —Take Tua Hkkai.o and keep posted. FECHTER & ROSS’ SPACE. M ACRES IN THE IfOXEE ~ VALLEY *3,-00, ii offered YAKIMA BARGAINS for a few day*. ,—■ R»pr„MO 111 unvei O ACBEB IN THE MOXEE BARGAINS IN MOXEE I I v.iiey, *2,not). Itwiiipay bayert to investigate thin. M ACRES IN THE NATCH- ITT--...,,,- EEZ VALLEY,H.wo. a NATCHEEZ BARGAINS bargain in this buy. ~ rpi ARE A 1 PROPUBI- Bargains Miscellaneous J[ JQOS6 Triw* 1 1 IMPROVED AND UNIM- A qn PROV ? , I K^ RMS - ,n ■ ll Bargains in Selah Valley UIIOVJ partaof the County. " f AND SMALL Ttacra Bargains in N. P. Lands | !"nn l nMr rUof YakilDl> AGENTS FOR Lombard Investment Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. N. r. ill U Ml Lilli. FECHTER & ROSS Opp. Yakima Naliuiml Bank. Get Y ourSpringSuit Having Just received a 1150) stock o( spring Suitings and cloth* In all the latest colon and designs, I am now bettor than ever |ire|Nireil to give satisfaction as a Merchant Tailor. Mv stiH-k Is complete and well selected and my price* reaaonable. (live me a call and ace what I have to otter. IMI. PROBACH, riBUT MTKKKT, ONE DOOR NORTH or THE OUILLAND nwm NORTH YAMIMA. WASH. IbBHEiINTim LETTER HEAPS, BILL HEAPS, STATEMENTS, POSTERS, BOOK WORK, ANP ALL KINDS OF PLAIN AND COLOR PRINTINO DONE AT The Herald. *Job Room. We have In Stock the .'.atest designs In Itll HUMilltS. lUII.ITIMS. VEMIW »'B IMISIIIi KTITMUXf. (NTIM fUM. n. Jk.. o-iriffiust, —d«aucit in run pckkst axii riiKsiipsT or importro am» pumrsth- GROCERIES! MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. VANin* AYR., NKXTTO IIOTKL YAKIMA. TKI.KPHUNK ft*. GINSENG. THE POWER OF MAN. The Chinese prise, the Ginseng root, much more highly than Oplm-. They rail It (iluseng meaning the Power Of Man. When ocaroa the finest quality haa been sold for 9400 per ounce. Now. why do they par suc'a a pr.ee* Because they believe It give# shem5 hem the much desired nerre force, low many iwople sufier from weak* What a distressing ailmeuif Yon lack vlra. Berra force energy, power. You feel all poor. You ora always praying for strength, yet get ting weaker and weaker. Listen to the rolee of reason. Place your rare befoie Intelligent specialists capable of helping, yea. curing you. By the mere writing of a letter you ran have Cr eeae diagnosed free, absolutely of allehargea Write fcHlay. COSMOPOLITAN DISPENSARY, Stockton, Market and Ellis Streets, •AM FRANCISCO, - - CALIF FIRST NATIONAL BAM of North Yakima. DiaicToas. J. E. Lewis, Theo. B. Wilcox, Cbas. Carpenter, A. W. Engle, H. B. Scudder. f Capital, dIM^OO larpisi, SH/NO A. W. Knots, CHVB. CaaPBBTBB, President Vice President. W. L. Stkimwbo, Cashier. DOBS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Bbji ib 4 Sells Eickuge eft BmbhiMc Kata. PAYS INTEREST ON TIKI DEPOSITS- Public Road Notice. \1 T E, THE I'NDRKMIGNRD. TWELVE FREE V t holders, residing In the vicinity throngh which the following described proposed rood will run, hereby give notice to all persons con cerned. that at the next term of the Board of County Commissioners of Yakima County, wo will petition *ald Board for a Public Rood In Mid county, baring its points of beginning and termination, course and Intermodule points aa follows; Commencing at Toppenlsh, a station on tho N. P. R. K-. situated In the sw<« section It, town ship 10 north, range JO east, thence easterly to a point *l'» feet north from the quarter section corner sections between 3 and lu, said Ip and range; thence northeasterly to a point MO feet mnth from the quarter section corner between sections Hand it, said township and range: thence northeasterly too point ITtfc feet north from the quarter section corner on the south lint nf section U. township it north, range JO anal; thence northeasterly to the quarter section ear lier between sections frond 36township 11 north range M east; thence northeasterly KM fast more or less, to the south bauk of the Yakima river, to a point situated In the northwest quar ter of section «. township II north, range JO east; thence northeasterly across sold Yakima river and ending at the county road In tha nw|, section J6, township II north, range V oast usted the Uh day of Mairt^A Section 22, To wuahlplif Range 20 K. C. R. ROCK WOOD, "'"“'.WoM 1 Township 11 North Range IS E. WM. P. SAWYER, Township lC*North RangeU E. D. A. MCDONALD, ’•^a.wsSaßr- Township 11 North Range 30 B. t Township ttt Township II North RiagOMK L. BROOKER A SON, Contractors and Builders NORTH YAKIMA. WASH.