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FRIDAY, MARCH j, t?o.
THE MORNING ASTOHIAX. ASTORIA, OKEGON.
CHARGE TOO MUCH
FULTON SEEKS TO STOP EVIL
Senator From Oregon Writes Letter to
Oregon Stockmen Inquiring Con
cerning Length of Grilling
Period, and Other Questions.
ASTOKl.VS NKWN IU l.KAC, Wash
ington. 1). V., Mureh ili Tlie follow ine
letter has lieen scut out hy Senator Ful
ton to the stockmen of Oregon which
is self explanatory :
Oregon Stockmen: Complaints have
been made to me rej.ardiiij. the ramie
churues made in some parts of our state
for forest reserve privileges. Those have
been distributed between both she.p and
cattle interest-, but larjjvly the former.
1 find upon investigation that the priees
Will" ehaii:ed in Oregon are greater- than
on many oilier reserves of the country,
which has been explained on the basis
of climatic conditions permitting loiiiiei
use of Oregon reserves. In re-pon-e to
the complaints made, and that our stat,'
may receive as fair treatment as is ac
corded any other, 1 would like to U' ji n
vided with a statement by every s'ovk
mau of tlreon usint: the reserve cov
ering the follow in-: points: How long
is your stock able to graze on land al
lotted to you, or wiser they were wont
to graze on what, is now r serve land;
what is the value of the range you use
for fattening; how many acres are re
quired on the average to support one
sheep, cow, or hor-e; what, are the
physical difficulties attcVdjug use of
the range; what is the mean altitude of
V.a coj.tinti -..n Ko i-d w-lipn .los sm.lc
disappear and when do storms begin?
A general answer to these questions ,
will put in my possession facts which ;
will enable me to argue for our state's j
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE.
IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS WE HAVE
MARKED THEM DOWN FROM
25 to 50 Per (Cent
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF BROADCLOTH, ALPACA, PANAMA, MO
HAIRS, ETC. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY DRESS GOODS WHEN
YOU CAN GET NEW AND UP-TO-DATE GOODS AT EXCEPTION
ALLY LOW PRICES.
25 Per Cent Discount on Skirts
We nave placed on sale 200 tip-to-date Tailor-made Walking Skirts at a
discount of 25 per cent.
Saturday Night -Specials
From 7 to 9 o'clock-
will be the time to supply yourself with.
TOWELS AND TOWELING
Large size bleached Turkish towels, reglar 25c. Saturday at... $0.1 ji
15c value, cotton towel at 10
8c cotton towel at 05
12 c linen crash 08 yd.
ioc. linen crash 071yd.
714 c linen crash 05 yd.
THE FOARD &SMESG.
Where the New things Make Their Debut.
interests. 1 WOllld W pleased lo heill'
from you oon ou the subject,
j Very respect fully your,
' ' ( ItAULKX W. FCLTON".
Frank T. Wright man of Salem, one of
the Ivst known lawveix of t In tatc, i
a candidate for tin1 Kcpiihlican mmiina
tion for secretary of state. Mr. Vriiht
man is n t rtnir advocate of tin- indi
re t tax foi' maintenance of t tit state
fjov eminent. 1 ty tin- method which In'
propose, the state would l' able to eol
leet sufficient money for all admini-tia
live purpose from corporal iotis and
companies ownim. valuable franchises or
other property. Mr. Wrilitman i. at
. . di ....
tk -v ft
I a,f,;'io. i-& ' ;
pie-ent coilioration clerk in the ollice
of Scretaiy of State Dunbar and it has
be u through his capable work that the
corporations paid into tin- -t.ite treasury
la-t year IJO.tKH. He is a lawyer by
profession and at the present time is
president of the Marion county bar as
sociation. His candidacy is lveeived
with favor throughout the state. If Mr.
Wiightman is elected and can secure the
pas-age of this law it will le the means
of saving hundreds of thousands of dol
lars to tax payers of Oregon. The vot
ers will benefit tiiems Ives by electing
such a man. Mr. Wrightman is a can
didate for Secretary of State. May the
The Morning Astorlan, Coc a month
Former Mutual's Trustees Mut
SEARCHING INQUIRY BEGUN
At Instigation of Joseph H. Choate With
Approval of Truesdale Commit toe,
Former Trustees Must Give
Facts About Company.
NT.W 0U. March It i an-
nimncvii today that within the mt fe
days evcrv member of (he old Imard ot
trustee- of the Mntuil Life Insurance
t'oinpaii), including all who -ecd he
tweeu the dates of January 1. I'.'iHl,
and IVcciiiIh'1 111, l!M,', ha- U'en -eru'd
with a ii-iui-i! ion. foi inhumation a-dra-tic
a- the Mutual'- har-he-t clitic
could well demand, do- ph II. t'houte
is the author ot the tciii-ilioii, and it
is -aid to lie i tied with the uuiUaIi
lie I approval of the True-dale connnit
tee and the .Mutual'- legi-lathe admin
Among other ijiie-lion- it contains I'm
follow ing :
"Have ou dining -aid period, had
any connection or hu-iiie relation- with
anv othei" company or corporation in
which the Mutual Life l onipany had at
the -.line time -tot k or other inleii -t ':"
"Who, if any. of the otlicci- 01 -m
ploye- of the Mutual Life Company are
related by liloml or in image to yon?"
Hcferriiig to attached -tatenient mark
ed 'Memo A' plcu-e -tate whether
-ini-e January 1. I'.mmi, miii. individually
or a firm of which yon were a niemhci'
have owned any of the capital stock of
any of the companie- named in -aid
"'Memo A' i- a li-t of hanks and trust
eomiunie- iu which t Ii .Mutual Life
Company in December III, IUO."i, had
holding- of 1I per cent or more of the
total out-tanding capit il -tik of -ucli
"Ha- the Mutual Life t onipaliy dur
ing the period mentioned made joii or
any linn of which you were at the time
a member, any loan- (other than on
in-iiraiiee policies!, mi collateral or other
security? If -o, will von pea-e state
ui'h what oilii-i.il- or rcpic.cMt.itive of
the eomp.nu any -ueh loin or lo.m
u -ie arranged tor. in what form, for how
Hindi and liov the -ime wa or i- -'
"Have vou during the period 11 unci.
v.-cii-d ,ili 1 1 1 ii !) -.1 ! i"ii 01 I" lielit.
either a- eolllHlis-ii.il or otherwise. Ilom
,mv tr.it'-ai'! imi- Ii (wen the Mutual
Life (unipaiiy through tho-- represent
ing it. and ,Miy looker, firm. e.ir
poiatiiiii. or indi i'lir.l '!io have -old
to or foi he ' oinp.niy utr. -lok-. boiid-,
or -eeintii-. or piopcity ot any kind, in
eluding -o called nnderu ! itings ami
-yndii-ale p.,rtieipatioii- by tie- company,
or for any loans from the company lie
gotiat -'l ill real c-tiite s.-etirity '.'
" l'lea-e state whether, while VOU
have Ix'cn a tru-tre, of the company or
engaged in the management, of its
financial atl'air- you have in any manner
or form and if so to what extent, ad
vanced your per-onal fortune, or de
rived any financial advantage other than
already stated by you through the exer
cise of your discretion as trustee, or if
so state in and by what transactions and
in relation to what other companies and
to what financial enteipri-e you have
received such advtantage or advance.
" Ilad you, prior to the fact brought
out before the Armstrong committee any
knowledge of contributions having; been
made, from the company's funds to po
litical campaign funds, whether nation
al, ntate. or other kind, or of the time,
amount, or plumose of any such pay
ments and to whom paid?"
A Favorite Remedy for Babies.
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
have made Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy a favorite with the mothers of
small children. It quickly cures their
coughs and colds and prevents any
danger of pneumonia or other serious
consequences. It not only cures croup,
but when given as soon as the cropy
cough appears will prevent the attack.
For sale by Frank Hart and leading
Torture By Savages.
"Speaking of the torture to which
some of the savage tribes in the Philip
pines subject their captives, reminds me
of the intense suffering I endured for
three months from inflammation of the
Kidneys," rays YV. M. Sherman, of dish
ing, Me., "Nothing helped me until I
tried Electric Bitters, three botMes of
which completely cured me." Cures Liv
er Complaint, Dyspepsia, Blood disor
ders and Malaria; and restore the weak
and nervous to robust health. Guaran
teed by Chas. Rogers, druggist. Price
The Morning Astorlan, B3c. a month
ASYLUM IS CKOWDKD.
County Judge Ttenchaid Notified Not to
Send More .'nticnU.
The following I, .(ter was received by
County Judge TrcucliHrd yen! n day:
SAI.L'M, (be., March i!L
" C, J. TienclmiO, -toiia: I inn in
-ttucted by (he Hoard of Tin-teen of
tile (ticgon State Insane A-v I II 111 lo 110
til yon, dial owing to the fact that
(he appropriation bill at (he la-l c--ioit
of the legishit llle, for new buihlillgn,
was held up by a lefeieiiilillll p.-lilioli,
the a -v I n 111 i- limited for room to care
for the constantly iiiiiea-iug iiiimhei of
patient- committed to this institution,
and (o ii'ipiest (hat in the ftiluiV thoe
pel son- who are merely -ull'ciing from
alcoholism, or those of the nioiphine or
cocaine habit be not committed, and also
those who ale feeble and helpless a- a
ic-ult of an old age and can be taken
car.' of at Inline b iclathc- or 111 county
" J. I C. VI. IU! MTU,
" Supci ilitendent ."
Fiie in Chicag,o Causes Panic Among;
Wot king Gitls.
CHICAGO, Much -'.' line girl ami
two iliemen were -lighlh illjlllcil 11
-core of lili'llleii wci.' Iiemlv o el come
b smoke, ami a -I'limi. panic among lie
TIKI plisnnel- iu the t ook Collllt ail
was thleateneil a- the le-oll of ,i lile
that -tailed iu the lour -toiv bciek
building at '.'IT to -.M.'i Kinie -tiei I la-t
The injured girl w.i- one of a night
clew of twciit-lie gill making electric
appiiiatu- iu the Hehlen l 1 undid 111 ing
Company'- building, l!'J and f ' t Miehi
gan street ill the rear of the burning
strtielure. Through windows on the al
lev the gil'l- -aw the flame- and lll-hcd
ill a panic into Michigan -tn-.-t In the
ciu-li one of them was hurt.
W hen the blae wa- at it- height then-wa-
-erious danger of a panic among (h
Tim pri-nncis jn tin- Cook county jail.
Ie-- than .1 Muck awa. I rum (lie cell
on the Dearborn avenue -ide the glare
of the flame- w.i- in full view and the
guards h.nl ditlieiilty in ipiicting (he
The tireiiii'ii injured were t'aplain
Thomas Joyce of Lngine ( ompaiiy No.
41. -lightly cut about the face by falling
gla--. and liMckman Frank Suminer-, cut
on the head.
The Iniildiiii' Wj -upie ! by iiiiinu
faituring 'oni'.rus. The semnd door,
where the lire is believed to have -tart
e l, w as used by the -npplv iei 1 1 1 mi-lit
of the i'-li-ni I 111. .11 Tclc;:r.iph
putty, vvllich i- the c'ii-'f Utle'-, it - lo-s
being SI II 1,1 II II I. I In- Chi. Idi'.tne .Vyp.
ply Company -uttered a I.... e-1 united
at sIs.ihmi, Til.- os 1, a the building will
be he.ny, Th.- Flan!. liih.ill ( nuy
pany in tie- building' .a-t, h.-i .s7noii,
Mui'h valiiaM'1 1ailro.1l e.piipmi'nt w,i-
s.'li.l to I"' -1 . 1 111 the bill III'. 1 -t I lli'l llti'
The egi'l ''I' 1 1 1- b - i c-ltllial'd at
S , (Mill
Many Miles of Track to he Laid in
the West This Year.
(HIi Atill. Mat.;, .'.. 'Ihe 1 .sit
year promise- . be a 1 emai kable one
for railwiy construction. Aeeoiiitii to
the Railway A"'. then' arc now under
way I .'1,11 14 mile- ,,f new road-, and
what are tented "live project ' pro
vide for th'' buildiic of IK! mile
more. At the opening of l!MI." the record
showed about 7"IMI mile- of road mid
eon-triiction, and about .'ilMMI of (hi- vv.i
eompletcd during the year. It i- -dat'-d
that two thiivl- of tl utile mileage
now under way h being built by thirty
eight companies-ail average of 'J'll
mill's per company. For several year-i
the southwest has bc'il Ihe eenler of
the greatest railway activity, but (hi
year the center has shifted in part to
the North wi'st and the Went. The large
project include the St. Raul's 15(H)
mile Pacific Coast extension from Kvarts,
the Western Pacific, of the Coulds, from
Salt, Lake to San Fraiici-co, !l.'(7 miles;
the Denver, Northwestern & Pacific, from
Sulphur Springs, Colo., to Salt Ijike,
470 miles and the various extensions of
the Hill anil Harrimun system the form
er with 74H miles and the latter with
Banker Who Has Two Wives Goes Into
NKW YORK. Match .-Although
fears were entertained for Home time to
day that Thomas V. Kiley ,11 wealthy
banker and merchant of Brooklyn had
committed suicide because of the publi
cation of the ory (hat he is (he hus
band of two wives. Mrs. Flora Colt,
whom Kiley married three years ago,
at Hammond, Indiana, tonight received
information of Kiley's whereabouts. Mi".
Colt's son said Kiley was alive, but, he
is not at liberty lo state where Kiley
Kiley latec sent a representative to
his bank to tender his resignation a;
president. Tin- whereabouts of Kiley
were not made, known.
Hi JC 'i I KJJf.W I i
We have fairly out done ourselves this
year in getting together the swellest line
of Spring Clothes Ever
Shown in the City
P. A. STOKES
Public Confidence i Our Greatest At.
ROSE AGAIN CAKRIFS MILWAUKEE
MIIAV VI K I F, l 11. h ."' 1'1' t e
rcluiiis Imni i-t 1 1 it.iy piimary elec
(ion- for li mi 1 mm 1 1 M - on cilv ticket'
show that Mavor David S. Hose wn
li'lloiililiiiled foi' the lift I tune i th'
Demo. iats, liaving (Wmled William
lieorge III in e by a majority of UlW.
Shcibuiii M. P.ccker will head the I.e
publican ticket, deteating William J.
Ficibiiiiils bv a niajiiiilv ot ii-'i'
Railroads Cannot Compel PaiM-ngris to
Retain Hatchet k.
CIIIC.U.O. March Tl di-pat.h to
Ihe Rci'oKl Ibiald fiom llloouiiui'toii
The right of a lailioad company to
compel passi'iigi i- to 1 -( .1 in hat. lu ck
given in exchange foi tiikcl and to
produce them upon deln.iiiil i- denied 111
a decision made vetci biv 111 tic ipp I
late coiilt. T, T. and S. II l.wiuti ot
R.llt illlolc. who Wt'le ll.lVelilie t 1 "III ( Ml
cago to St. Loili- on the t di'-ago A
Alton, weie ejected lioin the train at
tlii- plan- Augu-t -I. be. .hi. l ev
efll-e, tl. pio.l. '. Upon .1. Hi. i I tl
conduct. iC, I'll' i'he. k. e 1 V i II In 111 I'l C
I ll.lllgc foi t ii.-M t ! k.'t - I !e". s,e 1 l
Veie , 1. 1, tld .1 - .oil .( . ii.e;.'-. I. ,i
t loll of I he T III I he I'lW ! . olll ' - L.
ill'.' -II-1 1 11. e.l "': .. '. I I " ' e
I . Ie i . 1 1 1 1 i i i ..ill.. ! "cap, ;
c.i l l ; . c.i .. 1 .i'!i ".el : i : ' ; 1 ' 1
let all I , ' t.. ! . v
( .Mil t.
Their Sufferings Are Ununllr
Due to Female Disorders
A MEDICINE THAT CURE
Can we dispute
the well - known
women tire ner
How often dowe
hear the expres
sion, "I am so ner
vous, It, seems as if
I should fly:' or,
" Don't speak to
me," Little thing
annoy you and
make you irritable; you can't sleep,
you are unable to quietly and calmly
perform your daily tasks or care for
The relation of the nerves and gen
erative organs In woman is so close
that nine-tenths of the nervous pros
tration, nervous debility, the blues,
sleeplessness and nervous irritability
arise from some derangement of the
organism which makes her a woman.
Fits of depression or restlessness and
irritability ; spirits easily affected, so
that one minute she laughs, the next
minute weeps; pain in the abdominal
region and between the shoulders;
loss of voice ; nervous dyspepsia ; a
tendency to cry at the least provoca
tion all these point to nervous pros
tration. Nothing will relieve this distreshing
condition and prevent months of pros
tration and suffering so surely as Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. E. Shotwell.of 103 Flatbush
Avenue, Hrooklvn, N. Y,, writes:
"I cannot express thn wonderful relief I
have experienced by tnklruz Lvdia K. i'ink
bam's Vegetable Compound. I suffered for
a long time with nervous prostration, back
ache, headache, Ions of appetite. I craild
not sleep and would walk the floor almost
"I had three doctors and got no better, and
life was a burden. I was advised to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and it has worked wonders for me.
"I am a well woman, my nervousness is all
gone and my friends say I look ten years
Will not the volumes of letters from
women made .strong by Lydia K. Pink
liam's Vegetable Compound convince
all women of its virtues ? Surely you
cannot wish to remain sick, weak
and discouraged, exhausted each day,
when you can be as easily cured as
The time is
here for you to
Tr) a ran of
every can ejuntantred, or your money
We pM' tm premiums, hence the ijusl
ity of our goods sie buttrr, and siv
11.20 vr Sack $4.05 Per Hrrl
All kiuis of frcnh fruit nlld Vrj'
Phone Mnln 0H1
823 Commercial St
Al'.ltctrd With Rheumat.im.
"I was ami am yet nlTle !! with
t i.e licit i iii ," mas Mr .). (' )l.i tie,
e i'. i ..! the II i.ild, Ad'liligt"ii. Indian
Iciii'.'v, "but thfitil.H to 'hit ml ei Iain's
l'ain ll.ilm am able once uioiv t" alt-ti l
I., i i.-iiie.- It - the liet . ( lini
ment ' I !' t rouble I with I !e iltlillti'tn
'He I, i.'i I'.ilm a tnal and you ate cer.
I i : M t.i be Him ' than ple.i.e.l with t lie
. icpt telj.f which it. affords. Hue np
.le .ite.il relieve the pain. For il!
by I iank Matt and l eading I M legists
All v.. Set of Clatxoji eoilllty, lire
pe.'tive of parties, lire her. by it.viteJ
' an l le.jiie'led lo meet and participate
in a ma meeting to lie held In " Lojfiin
! hall" lit Astoria, on Saturday, Apill 21,
ll'utl, ut It) a. in,, for thn purpose of
' notiiimiting a full county ticket to le
vot.-d for on Monday, June 4, Intnl.
I C. .1. TKENC1IARD,
Chairman of the Citizens'
j Committee of Astoria, Ore.
j MAX W. POIIL,
Dr. C. GEE W0
Formerly localed 253
Aiitcr Mre!t; for tin
iibhI flva vctn If A VV
. Inrve brick building
at I'l. 11 o..tif K.a.iul ttnm.
nerol l'irflt and Morrison HtretHs. En
trance No. 162 Front Ht.
Successful Home Treatment
I k n() ' known tliroiiKhnut the
l nlleil hlul.es, and Is railed Die Oreiil clilnexe
I DiM-Uir on neeoiieii, of til wonderful cures
without the iiht ol n knife, without ukIiik
poison or (Ii tlx or tiny kind. He treats any
mill lull itlneii.es with wwerrul oriental roots
, herlw, Imrks, unci veKeUihle ttint urn un
I known lo meilleiil science In tlil eountrv,
I end thrniiKh the iihii nf these hurmless rein'e
I dies hKiiiiriuiM.'CN to euro
I Catarrh, Aithma, Lung Trouble, Rheumttiim,
nwvuu.iiiM, .-viomacn, uver, Manty, rtmati
Weakness and all Chronic D'icasei.
Call or write, eneloHliiK 4 2-eent slumps for
mil 1 1 In, hook and circuit... Adilre,
The C- Ge Woo Chinese Medicine Co.,
No. 161 , , first St., S.E. Cor, Morrison
Mention thu Portland Oregon. .
STAMMERING AND STUTTER
For Particular! Address
THE PACIFIC SCHOOL FOR STAM
MERERS 1261 oat. 1 anthill Street,
Portland, Oregon .