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TIIE ARIZONA RErUBLlOA N, FRIDAY "3IOKXIXCV FEBRUARY- 28,k 1908 f
To The Uninformed
Our Many Friends and Patrons wi
Please Take Notice that
Mr. Kalsman, The Ladies3 Tailor
has again established himself at this store. . With more space at
his command, (being in the new annex at the rear of our store)
fitting facilities surpass those of former seasons. ' He has just
received a complete new sample line of Spring Suitings a boun
tiful aggregation of all that is swagger in the Eastern Fashion
Centers, and it should not be necessary to further dwell on . the
high character of Mr. Kalsman's work. A score of the local
"400" are living advertisements of his master genius. Every
stitch leaving1 his workshop spells satisfaction withy the big "S"
AND, LEST WE FORGET
All Ready-to-Wear Garments, such as Suits, Goats and Skirts
requiring alterations will be under Mr. Kalsman's personal
supervision. Could one ask for more?
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A Charge Lodged Against
District Attorney Jerome
Governor Hughes Will Pro
ceed as in Cases of Other
Albany. Keb. 27. Governor Hughes
said tonight that the charges a&ninst
District Attorney Jerome will take
the uhual course. A copy will be sent
to Mr. Jerome ho that he may send his
answer to the governor, after which
-he governor v ill decide as to hi
course. V.'l'liuiii F King, former president
of ;lie Merchants' Association, who
fiV.l the charge., gave out a statement
j in v.l ich he severely criticized Mr. Je
I rome. "I maintain," he said, "that
much of the blame for the present de
plorable condition of affairs Is due to
the failure of Jeiome as district attor-n-.,
to nr..wrute rich and influential
rr.-tfters ivi.ii have -robbed the people
and dig:;.ceil the name of the citv.
i cumricMcing with the !ce trust and the
' lniun'o'is c! wli filched money
j ffMr the i."i'iy holders of the great
I in mi ranee companies, to the last of th.
list, but the first, in- open, shameless
jardacity and ban faced stealing, the
I rem who looted and wrecke1 the Met
jr'politan Traction Company.
I 'Public exposure of rich criminals,
I and failure t- prosecute the.m and otti
i rs of the nmt ilk who owned an 1
' i" nl rolled I'll ny of t lie great banks ard
' trust conip.-iiiiof. was the primary
i cause oi the wunt of confidence whlc'i
caused the people to rush to the banks
withdraw their deposits and plac?
i them safe deposit boxes. Although the
so-called panic is practically over, as
i far ph the banks aro concerned, the
1 want of confidence is here to stay and
I will stay until the people see some of
these wealthy criminals punished, not
fined, hut put in Jail Just the same as
would happen to criminals of less Im
parlance. Failure to enforce the laws
is breeding socialism and anarchy.
Only the greatest vigilance can pre
vent u from a repetition of rioting,
only on a greater scale, such as re
cently disgraced a neighboring city."
Specials for this ' Week
It Will be of Interest to you to Look them Over
PLENTY OF BASEBALL
FOR TWO AFTERNOONS
Scholastic Contests on Saturday, and
Maroons Open Campaign Sunday.
! basket ball defeats to wipe out and a wedding was an invitation function
i baseball defeat to avenge. There is J though the church was almost filled
.likely to be a wholesale conspiracy tojwUn persona, frien(,s of the jn
ambush and massacre the Invaders
from Tern ne. Saturday and engaged In c",ala- After ,he rremony. wnich fol-
I by both youths and maidens. Pierce lowed the wedding
i will prooauiy pitcn lor me inuians.
FOR GREAT AND SMALL
A guarantee is contained in each box
The Mexican Maroons have come ' "f WKine P"1"- " that anv person
: needing a remedy for any form of
forth fr.., their hibernation and are , n weaknPSS ,, lo produce perfect
and restful sleep, can buy these pills
nuin fluttering their banner to the
breeze. Sunday they will engage in a
contest with the recently organized
Fraternal Brotherhood nine at East
lake Park. The Maroons are playing
undt r the managerial direction of Mr.
Hcrnberg of the New York store.
The battery for the latter team will
be r.rijalva and Chutniout. while Ver
tiiueleii will pitch for the Brotherhood.
This is tee first game in which the
Maroons have appeared for several
weeks, having disbanded because the
samcs were not supported by a good
iittendance. The Brotherhood nine has
played a couple of good games, one
with the Indians, resulting in a tie of
4 to 4. and one with the Mesa Grays,
in which they were walloped to the
tune of 8 to J.
The charge for this game will be the
usual two-bits, and as the warmer
lays are now here, the fans will very
lTt bably come out of hiding. The sun
lia'h in the bleachers will at least be
worth the price of admission. The
nin-s promise a good game, and as
they are about evenly matched in tim
ber, there is no reason why either
should be entirely snowed under. Both
teams have be-n devoting the evenings
t.i practice. This game will take the
place .f the game scheduled with Tuc
son, which was postponed till March 8.
High School Vs. Mesa
Another game between the Phoenix
High school and the Mesa High school
tea1 will take place Saturday after
noon at Eastlake Park. This game de
cides the championship between the
two schools.' each team has won in the
series. Mesa winning the last by a
score of 2 to 1. The batteries will he
Phot-nix. Hurley and Jones, Mesa, Cu
ler and Morris.
As this is the decisive game, both
nines will strenuously endeavor to win.
Kxcept in the last game with the In
dian school the High school team has
bct-n pluying good ball, equally as good
and in some cases faster, than the con
i.'Vts by the regular amateur nines rep
resenting the two cities.
Indians Vs. Mesa
And here comes the Indian school
baseball aggregation and threatens to
subdue the Normals from Tempe, also
on Saturday afternoon. The game will
he played at the Indian school athlet
ic field, and at the same tfme the
this' basket ball team from the Nor
mal will contest the girls- team of the
Indian school. The Indians have two
without risk'ns a cent. These great
nerve and manhood builders are sold Fe train, for a trip to Los Angeles,
march, played by-
Carl Dowel, the young ladies' society
of tfie church, of which the bride has
been an active member, gave the new
ly married a reception in the church
parlors. At the conclusion of this they
were taken to the depot in an auto
mobile, piloted by a lot of their young
mends and placed on board a Santa
bv Elvey 4. Hulett. where they sell
all the principal remedies and do not
The groom is a Phoenix man in fact
though just now he claims Winslow
ss his home. He has been raised in
this valley and is known Intimately all
over the country, ha ving received much
of his education here and performed
his early ministerial duties in this
county. From Los Angeles the young
couple will go to Winslow where the
groom is highly esteemed as pa-stor of
. ' ihe Methodist church.
.1 The bride has been a resident of
It Establishes Claims and Provides fori pnenix about four years, her only rel
the Sale of the Property. j Jltivp nr(, D,.lnK a sjstr Slw is a
school teacher by profession and until j
A decree was entered yesterday by ! recently was the principal of the On-
i THE FINAL DECREE , I
IN EAS1ERN SUGAR CO.!
FOR OVER SIXTT TEARS I
Mrs Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has been
ufd for children teething. It soothes ,
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures- wind colic, and Is the best I
remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-fiva
cents a bottle.
Guaranteed under the food and druea '
act, June 30th. 1SU6. Serial number 10M8. j
WORD OF ACCOMPLICES )
Insufficient to Convict Salt Lake's
Former Chief of Police.
Salt Lake City, Keb. 27. Not guilty
of receiving' a bribe was the verdict
rendered today by the Jury before
which the late chief of police. George
Sheets, has been on trial. Two men
convicted of taking JlO.owi from a pair
of tourists in a pretended raid on a
pre-arranged poker game. testified
that the chief of police connived at
their swindling operations and shared
the loot. So warmly was the charge
pressed by Sh-ets' political opponents
that he resigned his position. He was
the first crief of police under the
The members of the pury said to
night that the testimony of his al
leged accomplices was not sufficiently
Black Panama Skirts made of all
wool Panama, plaited all way
around, trimmed with silk medal
lions, fully' worth $8.00. Special
this week $4.75
Brown and navy, all wool Suit
ing Skirts, box plaited front and
back, usually sell for $7.00. Spe
cial this week $3.90
Panama Skirts made of all wool
Panama in light grey and grey
mixtures, plaited all way around;
full width. Always sold for not less
than $6.00. Special this week
Black Voile Skirts, made of good
quality French Voile, trimmed with
rows of taffeta silk bands at bot
tom and neatly trimmed with the
same at hips, fully worth $15.00.
Special this week
$6.90 and SS.95
"Sana Dermal Talcum" highly
perfumed, a regular ZZc size. Spe
cial this week, i boxes for....23
15c and 2c India Linon; special
this week, yard 10c
Children's Skeleton Waists, all
sizes, sold for 25c and 35c. Spe
cial this week, each 15
Ladis' Gauze Vests, ribbed,
summor weight, worth 12'ic. Spe
cial this week, each ..,...... .102
Side Combs, a good kind that Is
well worth 15c. Siecial this week.
Black Drop-Stitched Hose, seam
less; our 25c quality. Special this
Siik Suits made of good quality
taffeta silk, beautifully trimmed,
box flaited waist and skirt, In
brown and navy. A bargain at $25.
Special this week $12.50
, Basting Thread in white only.
Special for this week. 12 spools
TAFFETA SILK SKIRTS.
Black Taffeta Silk Skirts made
of good quality taffeta silk, plaited
front, side and back, full width;
worth $12.30. Special for this
Sample Spring Suits made of
Voile and Panama, in tan, black
and gray. All are neatly trimmed.
Coats are silk lined; worth $30 and
$40 the suit. As a quick seller.
pecial this week at, suit.
. . . $12.50 and $15.00
Judge Kent in the case of the Detroit
Trust company and James Davidson,
trustees, against the Kastern Sugar
company and others. The other de
fendants are mostly other creditors
against the sugar company. The suit
was begun in the first place to compel
the payment of the bonds of the sugar
tral school. That her popularity is
widespread is Indicated by the fact
that . since her approaching wedding
was announced her friends in school
and church circles have made the
event the chief incident of social Im
portance among them. The young peo
ple who have known her in her school
and Sunday school work are equally
company. The plaintiffs as trustees, as appreciative and gave evidence of it
are given judgment for t'-'ti. 559.14 with ' merrymaking last night. One of
interest at six per cent on $S98. 636.66. j them 'if a turn for rhyming and with
together with costs amounting to a spirit bubbling with humor, compos
S92.ll. The judgment i$ a prior and cil the following lines -which were fur
superior lien on all property of the nished The id publican for publication:
sugar company on April 15, 1U03. j
.The decree establishes other liens on Gpt youp "IJ Kfffraphy.
the factory and grounds of the eompa- You us'cl when "' " chap
ny as follows: Piatt Iron Works, $1S.- ' And sne if '"u tHU find a place
1 Called Winslow on the map.
be prepared for any emer
gency. Tale along
It's a penetrating, antiseptic
remedy for Toothache, Neu
ralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts,
Bums, Insect Bites and
Rusty Nail Scratches.
. Priet, ISC, 60c, cut fl-00.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston. Mai.
Why doesn't your gro
cer moneyback every
thing:? Can't get the goods or
Your rrorerrefiirat jrour money If ?o donl
Hke bcbillitir's Bet: we par bin
143.02. March 30, 1906; Gosart Plumb
ing Co.. $N58.78. May 29. 1906: the De
Mund Lumber Co., $S5n7.S9. November
15. 1905; Valentine and Perry, $606.36.
May 19, 1906; Henry G. Morris,
J2067.S5. August lt, 19u6: Quincy En
gine Works, $2052. August 29. 19i6;
Western Electric Co., $1226.40, March
The decree next describes the prop
erly of the sugar company at length'
consisting In part of its interest In
the Ashland Cattle Company,
Receiver W. I). Kulwiler is made a
special master for the sale of the
property for the discharge of the In
debtedness, the first being that, of the
bonds covered by the lien of the plain
I It's up among the mountains;
! Just a little western town.
Dul that's where Carrie and her man
Are going to settle down.
It s a fiueer place so I understand.
And sleepy I presume,
Hut when Bob and Carrie hit the burg
There'll be a Winslow boom.
The school will pick up, count on that.
The attendance list will swell.
And the church will have a steeple,
With a good big noisy bell.
So with Carrie at the school-house
And the pulpit left to Bob,
The sleepy folks of Winslow
Will find someone on their Job.
A royal welcome there will be;
liven the bird which sings "Ilob-White-
Has been taught to alter it a bit
So that now he chirps "ISoli-Wright."
And the choir've got together
And will sing a song quite, airy.
In the honor of the parson's wlfo.
To the tune "Good Morning Carrie."
A rh-xmix preacher tics the knot.
Hut Bob's a preacher too;
THE M'KINLEY HOME.
Cannot Become a Part of the Nation
Canton. Ohio, Keb. 27. The plans of
the McKinley National Memorial As
sociation to take over from Mrs. M. C.
Barber, sister of the late Mrs. McKin
ley. the President McKinley home as a
public memorial gift, has been found
The heirs of the McKinley estate
will not sell at the price of $25,000
tentatively agreed on months ago.
Matters have finally been taken into
court with the result that the property
will be offered at public sale.
TRIAL OF TERRORISTS.
St. Petersburg. Feb. 27. The trial of
ten terrorists charged with complicity
In the attempt last week in this city
upon the lives of Grand Duke Nicholas
and Minister of Justice Cliiceglov-itoff
and began today In the fortress of Sts.
Peter and Paul. All the accused men
refused counsel and also declined to
Ordinary Food Never Satisfied Her.
tiffs. After that the other liens are to j 11 1 "'re ,ie I d do the job
up iiiiMiifu m me iirwr m inrir n
, WEDDING IAST MOM
! And save a bill or 'two.
Ho thinks he's made a dandy choice.
She thinks he's out of sight;
And no matter how the match turns
Of course, tliev'll both be right.
THE KANSAS CITY WALK.
Marriage of Two Popular Young Peo
ple in th First M. E. Church.
Ileverend Hubert Wright of Winslow,
Arizona and Miss Caroline Johnson of
this city, were- married last evening in
the I'irst M. ft. church, by Kev. Kod
fctis oi the Id. E. Church, south. The
Kans.is City, Feb. 27 When the
walkers in the six day race stopped
lor the day at ''midnight tonight the
score of .the first four was: Hoagland.
19$ miles and five laps; Slaler. 192
miles and eleven laps; Messir, 191
miles and seven laps; Layer, !S7 miles
and tive lps.
A young lady In Minn, writes of her
"After a disheartening struggle for
five years against the Ills attendant on
mal-assimilation of food, I am at last
on the high road to recovery and feel
impelled to give credit where It Is due
"Some years ago I had a long illness
due to stomach trouble. Every meal
I ate caused me lether excruciating
pain or a dull heavy misery that was
even worse. I weighed but 90 pounds,
was almost hopeless as I found that a
poorly ' nourished body means lack of
brain power and ambition.
''I was always ravenously' hungry
and while I could not eat the appetiz
ing dishes on the table. 1 longed for
them. That longing Is what prompted
me to try Grape-Nuts. The food had
a flavour that I liked rich without
. "I left off my daily laxative as I
found I did not need it for Grape
Nuts was so easily digested, constipa
tion soon disappeared. I found, too,
that I did not grow tired of Grape
Nuts and continued to eat It.
"It forms my breakfast exclusively
and I also eat it with eggs and fruit
fpr m' other meals. I have gained 10
IM.uiids in less than a year and that
is nothing Compared with my gain in
strength and courage.
"I can now eat a hearty meal which
satisfies my appetite and It does not
leave me. as formerly, feeling oh
though I had dined on tadrs." "There's
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NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Arizona-Vermont Copper Co. will
be held at the office of the corporation
at 23 East Adams street in Phoenix,
Arizona, at 7 o'clock in the evening
of the 3rd day of March, 1908, for the
purpose of electing officers for the en
suing vear and for such other business
as may properly come before the meet
E. PAYNE PALMER, Sec'y,
Phoenix. Ariz., Feb. 4. .
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Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon.
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