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AT&T OAWTAL AXJKXAL. 1AXAM. 0100N. THURSDAY, MARCHllW.
I To the woman who Bakes, Royal is the greatest of time and labor savers. Makes home baking easy, a pleasure and a profit Baking Powder Tfe uly Baking PowsUr maAe from Royal Grp Crm of Tartar With xninimmxi trouble and coat bit cult, cuke and pattry art made frcth, clwin and greatly wipcrior to the ready made, dry, fouixl-in-thc-sbop variety. g"5y77" THC STATE UP NORTH HM TAFT (Contlivuod from pngo one.) tho Ropubllcnn stnto contrni commit toe at its mooting horo yesterday af ternoon. Out of 37 committeemen only ono volotl against tliu endorse inonl, mid lio stated thnt he did no because, though personally n Toft man, ho did not IjoIIovo In Indorse ment by (ho commlttoo. Tho ronolutlon of indorsement wns plterod by O. T. Cornwoll, nnd con ourrod in hy tho commlttcomou from nil sections of tho state 4ih Hhow (IihmI Hplrlt. Boaltlo, WiihIi., March 19. Tho flrflt pledgo of llmindnl asHltitntiou to tho chamber of eommiHco commit too tn oharKO of tho program of ro coptlon nnd ontertnlnmoiit for tho battleship (loot, upon Its visit to Bo uttlo noxt Juno, has como from pront Inont mombani of thu JnpatiOHO col ony of Bunttlo A number of Bonltlo Jnpanoio hiiHlnofln nnd professional men hnvo notified tho chamber thut not only wlU tho Jnpnucso colony contribute ilhorally toward thu on tortnlnmont of tho fleet, but thai representatives of Itu bout lutorosts will bi lnd to pnrtlulpnto In tho program of reuoption nnd utitorinln ment Editor Charged Willi Graft, Olymplo. W'uHh.. Muroh 19. A warrant has boon Issuod for tho nr ret of .1. T Thaokor. woll-known politician of this olty. on complaint of 1 M. Troy. prosecuting attorney Tor Tint rut an uounty. charging him with grafting. .'ivo dlfforont com pUkluut won mod It Ih alleged thnt Thuokor ropro sontod to the Olympln water works thut by reanon of tbo fnot thut ho had control of tho Olympln Record or. nnd could dlotnto tho policy of bo paptr, nod because of hU hold on tuwnbors of tho olty eon noil he would Interfero with tho wnlor oom lmny'n IiiibIuow III tbo olty and with tbo company' franchise, nnd thnt ho would for tho sum of $500 not In I with Goldstoln. KIiik engaged him to torfvrw with them Tbo money U go back to Springfield and investl- vold to have boon pnUl In October,, snto tho sltuntlon, with n view af JQ5 (finding evidence whluh will force an Other complaint woro for grafting othor distribution of tho estate, from i( bljj gamblore of tho olty, o Uttlug 6o to 7& caoh tlruo to pro A Swollen jw teoMltem. U not pretty nor pleasant. Whether lit' caused by neuralgia, toothache lllir Alaska Htrlktt, 'or nacldent. Ballard's Snow LlnlmsM fcetti., Wtuk., Murah JIO. A .will rcduoo the swelling ami relieve vopy of a latter roewlvml from Nohmjtho puln. The groat nnd wire cure urwk, on tho Koyukuk. by Joseph Jtr rboumallsm, outs, burim. brulso. Mathews, of l'ulr banks, has rcaohod.ncalds nuy and alt cb and pains. XHirt city. It tc-iis of the rihuos yf.Huld by nil dMnlom b Nolan crk strlko, tho writer P0mN0 WOMAN TIGHTS WHL (Contlnuod from pnp;o ono.) coKHfiil fight nRnlnnt tho will of hU fatlior, nnd noourod u Hhnro of n $2, 000,000 CHtnto, will lonvo Portlnud Snturdny for SprlnKflold, Mntm., nH a Bicolnl ORont for Mrn. Mary Mllr.n both Hootli, of Portland, for tho juirpoMo of InitltutltiK tho prollmln- nry stopn In Mrs. Uooth'H light to oh tnln hor portion of tho oatnto of hor ooiiftli), Mru. 10 m inn Goodrich Vinton, who dlod IriRt Jnnunry, lonvlnir nn nstnto of $77,000,000 to hor hostler, OoorRO L). Nolflon, Mth. Hooth In ono of throe counliu who nro tho only holrs nt law to tho cHtntn, which Ih ciitlmiitcd to bo ono of tho rlchoit In MnssnchUButtH. Mm. Hooth will contest tbo will Indo ponduntly of tbo other two cousins, who nro Mrs. M. Ualloy, who resides In MnsfliichnisnttH Mra. Annlo O. Conk, of Bontllo, nnd Mra. I-'annlo Good rich, whoso mldrusa Is un known. Kolson wan omployod In tho Vin ton family for 20 yours ns hostler. Mo Ix nacuasd of hnvlng Ingrntod him sol Into the Reed Rnooa of Mrs. Vinton, to tho oxtont thnt ho oxar clsod n grAt Inlluonoo over bar. Shortly nftar hor death h proontod n will whluh purported to hon tho handwriting of Mrs. Vinton, vTllliiK hi hi tho ontlro property. Tho will wiih mndo In 188G. This was a yonr boforo tbo donth of Mr. Vinton. As It wan Improbablo thut Mrs. Vinton would will nwny tho sntlro estate bo foro It bad pnssod Into hor bands, tbrotiRh tho death of hor husband, Probate JudRO l.onR refused to ac cept tho will for probato, contondlnR that there was ovldenc of fraud. This notion cniiHOd Mm. Booth to ro tulli Attomoy II. O KIiik, of Port Innd, to look after hor Interests In the matter. Just nt this tlma tho newnpopora announced the suootes ful oompldtloii of Goldstein's long fight for hU part In bh falhor's o tnto at Freno. Cal. Aflr a talk RUSSIAN ' FOREIGN SERVICE - Tlw" CVjrCom6s to. tho Conclusion TlMit'a. Lot '0 "'Hip Btnllfctla Arc, ,MecJc Nambt-ru, Kaylnjij that It Is the equal of the far famed Kt rkirado m tbo Klondlko. Throe pans produced 11000. and pee piv takou frtim bed rook went 11800 Tbo UnltfKi Hiutes coinmU nlpner, Krank Howard, Youohw for tbe. nutMutlolty of this statcmouU Or a olalw owaod by a maa uamed 01oh a pan of dirt taken at haphu sini eut SiJ. TEA There D nothing that costs sq IKUa, both money and work, and that tjoes no far if it has the chance Y wxf r( i shMir it i Ut It's fOHilHg throiiRh the rye Sat urday nlgki. Oeneratly It's the rye .com tug ihrouRb the other fellow. I. i o i j .. i Tbo I.urky Qunrtcr, Is tho one you pay out for a box f l)r. KIhr's New Life PlUs. They oriUR you the health that's more prootous IhttU Jewels. Try thjut for beadudhi. bUIHHei. comilpntloa and tualarla. If they JWappolut you tbo prlco will be oherfuliy retuuded at J. O. Vorry'4 Urui; tor. 'UF ' i i ii 0 i i ii i Trade wltb our wxlvortr, mmmmmp tjt--j4 n m i tm (USU"d PrcSS-'Ceased Wire.) 8t.otcrsburB,VMarch 19. Corf- vlncOrj'tlJat.UuKsm't diplomats haro lost thcir-Qrvo ftp'a result of their country'ij-recent 'troubles at homo and obroftd, tho Czar has determined on a cbinplete. reorganization of the Borvlcp. "" k Qrnd Uuko 7lad.fmir has been charged with .tbef conduct of the shakoup, "and '.tho eolcction of a yomngor and 'mqro nggfesBlvo corps, whlcVcan plyf.tho diplomatic game with -ttio traditional skill of tho Mnscovitd, dc'spib JatG rovorsos. In addition to a host of lesser Jighln, tho following men, hitherto classed as loaders in itioslan diplo macy, nro said to bo Blatcd for ro tircmont: M. Isvoslkyy mlnlstor of foreign nffnlrn; M. Zlnovlert, ambas sador to Turkey; M. Nolldoff, am bassador to Franco; Count Ostoti- Sakcn. ambassador to Cormnny:; Count Casslnl. ambassador to Spain and former ambassador to tho United Statea. ;' Tho, hnko-up Is .vundorstood to have beou precipitated iy Austrla Hungarla's Huccossful negotiation nt Constnntlnoplo of tormB for linking tho Turkish nnd Austrian railway systoms. J o MARKET REPORTS BY WIRE NEW YORK OFFICIAL ACCUSED BAY CITY MARKET (United Prom Leased Wire.) QUOTATIONS ON PRODUCE AT SAN FRANCISCO AND PORT LAND LOCAL MARKET COR RECTED UP TO DATE RE CEIPTS OP LIVE STOCK AND CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. Chicago Resident Relates Most Grevvsome Expert New York, March 10. Attornoy Gonornl Wlllinm Schuylor Jackson ban been accused under onth of hav ing demanded that Frank White, as recolvor of tho Hamilton hank, should shuro equally with him tho ag gregate of .the fcos and commission a oarnod by Mr. White, while netlng in that capacity. ? Tho nssortlou wait sworn to by Mr. White, whon ho was forced to apponr ne an unwilling witness be fore the grand Jury. This is regard ed ns one of thu most serious nrou uatlons yet lodgod against tho ut tornoygouernrs iidinliiltrutlon. It Is undorstood thnt Whlto's fee nnd omobuments ninnuntoil to about $1000, a nd r nuoordlng to hla tostl mony, after tho matter hud been ad just od', Jaokson called on him In bis ortloo. and Insisted that White should divide the sum with him. BAY STATE GOVERNOR DYING (Unite Press Leased Wire.) llottou, Maes,. March 19. Thero wKa a little ohange tmlay In tho con dltlon of Governor Guild, whos III now 9t two weeka U oxpeotid to turmlnute fatally at any hour.. The attending physicians an nounood that he sifTorlHg from a complication of diseases, inolud Ing grlppo and rhoumatlsm. Ills oonditlou had not caused any alarm until yeete-rday, whon tlio phyaiolana dtAoovortd that tho dlsUnguUhed pAtiwit was nonror denjb than thy bAd euposotl. i ii Pile Curvil In O to 11 Vy. PAZO OINTMKNT Is guarautecd t euro any oaso of Itohlng. Blind, Bleed Ins or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 day or meney refunded. 50c Judge llumett kld Dip ordinance to Mtieitso trasloHt niorohanta, at Albany. Invalid. It was anaaUrtl to abut t PaHl .Strain with a stock of oliHhlHK oxtrna, 20V6c; -Extras, in Mc, -Cnllfor- ( United Press LenBnd Wire.) San Francisco, March 19. Wheat No. 1 California club, per contal, $l.G7'i(0'l.G5; whlto milling club, $1.C2(3,.1C7; whlto Australian, $1.70 011.72; northern bVucstem, $1.C2V40,1.67; northorn club, $i.r7 V4 '1.62; inferior grades of wheat, 11.35 ft 1.G0. Uarle, No. lI-'CQd, $1.35 Q 1.40, with somo fancy, at ?1.3Si; common to fair, $1.27 01 1.32; browing nt San Francisco, $1.40 1.45; browing and shipping at Port Costa. $1.40 1.45; Chevalier, $1.05 1.86, nccordlng to ttnllty. Potatoes, par cental Lompoos, $1.10 1.30; Orogon hurhanks', 85 $1; rlvor whltos, fnncy, 505?75o5 Harly Rose, $1.25 1.35; river rods, $1.35 1.40; sweat potntooa nom inal, por ornto; new potatoes, 5Gc por pound. OnioiiB Oregon yellow, 3.50; -Eastern, $3.35(8' 3.50. nutter Frosh California 23o; firsts, 22c neconds, fresh pnoklng stock, 18c, Froflh eggs, per dozon 21c; flrnts, IGo; seconds, thirds, 14c New oheoao. por pound nln flats, fancy, 11 c; ilrstfl, 10 c; soconds, 10c; California Young America, fancy, 13 c; firsts, 12c StorngO Eastorn, fancy Now York, 17 o; Oregon, 12 c Ornngos, per box Navels, fancy, $24?2i25; choice, (1:65 1.90; standard, $1.50 1.75; Tangerines, (1.60O2. Cottle Market Today. Chtongo. March 19. Hogs, re ceipts, 29,000; oattlo, 6000; shocp, 10.000. Hogs opened Btnady at yes terday's avorage. Loft over yoster day. 0800. Mixed, $4.C04.29; good heavy, $4.00 4.95; rough heavy. $1.60 4.70; light, $4.50 4.S2. Cattlo, strong; sheep steady. Kansas Olty, Mo., Mnroh 19. Hogs, receipts, 9000; cattle, 3000; sheep, 3000. Omaha, Nob., Ma rob 19. Hogs, receipts, 12,000; cattle, 3000; sheep. 4000. Now York Ktork MnrkHi. New York, March 19. Stocks opened fairly strong and notivo, but the groator portion of the session developed very trifling net changes. Profusions! sentiment was mixed, nnd floor traders were contented with small prollts on either aldo of the market. Tho result was erratic fluctuation', with no speolnl moan ing. The afternoon half of the day was a llstleee and dragging affair. In which the dullnoss was only slight ly disturbed by a few speculative ripple. Bvm la the last hour when a little more aotlvity had been looked for. everything was as Idto as ever, and the market was prac tically deserted at evory point when tbo gong sounded at 3 o'clock ol&se, however, was firm. Durnig L. T. Cooper's rccont visit o Chicago, where 'Ms tfdw prepara tion and theory created tho usual sensation, many hundreds of people brought enormous Internal "paraBltcs to tho young tnan.vwhldb had ibrtjthe system after taking' hlH medicine. Among these people -was Mr. Emil Winkler, who brought to Cooper n tapeworm that provedto be over 90 foet In length. Mr. Winkler, who" resides nt 182. East Ohio street; Chi cago, had this to any of 1itaexper ience: "For fivo years I have been more or less complaining. I haVo had severe headaches, and any 'food that I would cat fuld nauseate me. I would havo bad jJreams olmoat ev-; cry night, dizzy spells would com pel mo to Uit work. Black spate would appear before my -eyes whon stooping over and' rising quickly. I would fool tired most of tho time? in fact, I hnd no lifo la me to spoalc of for tho laBt five ycaro. I tried various treatment-, ana one m clan in St. Louis w to me, and I was under hi, Z, nii.rb,il''m,,;s :i'Sd many people asked ... r - : " :;r : :: un .lDat daysthl awful thing p my system. I fef1 fflUch J' .,, u i wane io say ri.w . w..-un. alr. xjpg. a hM iu ior wnat ng medicine haj foe ie. I would not take 15 havo .that thing back la rar ,T again." ' Mr. Winkler is a fa,i M , v.,u wiiuivum oi many tairlnjC ors stay In Chlcagoand til, jjoiioi neiped to account for enormous sale of the. Cooper TAtion In this city and otheri, IjSy tailed by tho young man' Wo. sell and will bo oWi , li.lBln the Cooper preparatloti C.s Ferry. Retail Market. Oats 45c por bu. Wheat (1.00. Rolled barley (30. EggB 15 c. Dutter Country, "3oc; cream ory, 45c. Flour Valley, $1,2.0 pr sack hard wheat, $1.40$1.50. Bran 85c por snek $28.50- per ton; short, $1.20 por sack. liny Cheat, $1CJ' clovor, $15; client, 85c; clover, 75c por cwt. Livestock. ' Hocfl Fat, $5.00. Stock bogB $4.00. Cows Top, $2.50; fair $2 $2.50 Stoors Tops, $3.50; fair, $2-.75 $3.00. Tropical Fruits. Bananas $6. Orongos $2.25. Lomons $3. 50 4.60. Veal Dressed, 5 7c) Portland Market. Wheat Club, 83c; vulloy, 83c; bluo stem, 85c. Poultry lions, 13 14c; duckB, 15 16c; pigeons, old $1 per dor. MUlstuff Bran, $24. liny Tlniothy, vnlloy, $17 $18; alfalfa, $12 $13. yetch-$14. ' n AMERIOiN PLAYER FAMOUS FOR TENNIS. (United Press Leased Wlro.) Now York, March 19. Eagor to regain tho laurels ho lost recently whon Jay Gould, tho Amorlcan play er, took from him tho International court tonnlB championship and brought it to this country, Eustace II. Miles i now on his way to New York to moot Gould again on tho courts. Miles left Loudon yesterday on tho Etrurlo. and Bhould arrive hero not later than Monday. According to prosont plans, tho match will bo plnyod on the New York courts dur ing tho month of April. Gould, who Is tho son of George Gould, the railroad magnate, and a student of Columbia collogo, Is prac ticing dally. In order to keep himself In good form. He says ho b not wor rying ovor tbo outcome of the game, as he thinks ho can dofeat Miles as easily in this country as ho did in Bngland. PLOT TO BREAK OUT OF CUnltod Press LeaeJ Wlrj Evorott, Wash , March IS -a! in which 11 pr'uoners worclapl od in nn attempt to break ont county Jail was dhcoverej htd night, and Jhc plan fraitntcl Sheriff Board. J J Kceley a i fakir, was tho ringleader In U nnd had boiii supplied with. ' with which to cut the ban by 1 frlond on tho outside, who hill llberntod a short tlma before plana for a general delivery 1 boon formulated Onowutoi Deputy Knowles, who lives If Jail, into the cell room, on til that ono of the prisoner! i HI, nnd when tho deputy', bit! turned to throw a blanket on secure tho kcs and walk ont.l other plan was to cut the bare window and drop to he H Keoley was caught while tryls ilattor plan. o - Got DoWltt Carbollied Hnzol Salve .t Is good for Sold by all druegtsts. o fX)VE TllltirK pint AND TIIHICF. nESl! Evorott, a"-h March T. D. Phillips a Jniiot.M has married for tto third woman from whom ho bail times divorced at CoupTiJti Dr. Phillips and h s wlf dlvorrod bofore tbey were tho flrnt tlrao Chlcngo Grain Market. Chicago. Maroh 19. May wheat eaeaftHl 96e; highest, 96c; lowest. 91 ; oloced. 9Stte. Mq- opened 7V4c: btghedt, 69 fc; lowest. 66 S; elueod 6SV4e. My eata opened, 14 He; algae!, iic; lawoat. St Ho; closed S4c. PREPARE Ti.ROR RILIS FOR CONGRESS. (United Press Leaed Wire.) Washington. March 19. Just how both. active a part union labor will take in the coming presidential election will depend ou tho attitude congress an sumoa toward the pro-labor bills now belnc drafted bv the National Con- rnofventIon of Union Labor ropresemtn Itlvoa. now In session hero. Representatives of Hearst's Inde pendent League are very active hero. In an effort to Hue union labor up wltb that organization. PrMldont Gompers stated today that tho conforamio will conclude Its work tonight. SEATTLE MILK 3IB.V to iik riwE ftlnltod Pr.ss I1 '1 Seattle. Wah March 1M Mty Prosocutln? Aorney Tij Is preparing a com?: .si more than ha f a dozen di Soattlo, charging them i aev in restraint of trade doverl has bn worWuf l ou the oase 'luring whW hn had a knw!a' dept avldaniM. The defendasti vlofnrl nre llabL to ' more than $r0n and o; prlBonment In the coasW IV YOU KNOW. The merits o. the Texat Wander, you would Bovr au(far fiom kldaey, bladder or rbeuutatlo trouble. 1 1 bottle, two wotttba' treatwest, olJ I by K, C. BtQBi drug; tot, or fey wall I Kydol u a dentine preparation o( vdKetabie acHU with natural digest auU and oaatalns tka same Juloj found la a healthy stomach. Raoii doe will dlgt mom tbnn 5000 gralas of Reed fo4 Sold by all drujjuUts. Grovor Clvi&d ba brated his 71st birthday. Just !- o- A couga cure that can. b glvea to cbildrea without chaaoe of harm is KMr Balsam, the beat cougb cure It 1ob aot oataia pHoas. or barw SALCM MARKET. iKKal Miolcaale Market. E-ea U. nuUerComitry STHo? ortajnary, 36f3. Hobs 1 se: wlxel Hl9ka 1S. IoaI wheat SSc. Oats 35c Barley $24(28. Floar Hard wbeat. $4J$diT$e. valley. $1.60. Hay OkMU $14i oifvejp, $10 $12 pr ia; tlwetby, X (1,5. Oalon SUo lb. Hop Old.l3c oew, 3H 6c Cascara Bark S to J He Mosalr-- 35c Grlle, It's long walks or to tho Rod Front for your red cheoka. Kennedy's Laxative Cougb Syrup aots gently yet promptly on the K?',.?d;.! LJSSt remeuy "'-",. ?,! acn, suoii ""r, KkU Bour stomach and t'J Sold by all drugg ....m n-ft I til. ,ra lNnTlX0T8 Fairbanks Mk fason. the ''. f utn.i,ii i i.i ora hav& beoa umaaded w v fsrortft bond Ur " ,iaV.i o .!, iiand ha- beo the, court, both men d or Constipation i Lase's rl!T .o. tli MBS very b.v - vfl aobe. .. JV.1. a. B .1 .. 1 1 a Im tlo km nll..n nW 4 n -.. i. ..CltalLllV HBMIIMI HUil HIIIIVH III I1Z1II1SI 1IIII U I. I UII a a. mvAAF VI r- 7 -- - :.-" . : . "; r i , i 6" . .. Sold by all druggists headache, i r HEADY TAILOWl-irCLOTHfif Wh&urZf" MW rmG. 00 n-o ITtWahibj wkk ch tatti. I f vat drug. DruisUts Mil It. f&jts&itimAiJtt ..