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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING-, APRIL 14, 1912.
SUPPORT TO ROOSEVELT
(Continued from Page One.)
ihe fifteenth are in the lead. Roose
velt national and state -delegates in
the Sixteenth district are lending.
Consumptives Helped By
It is folly to believe that Consump
tion differs from every other disease in
not requiring the use of any specific
medicine for its cure. The trouble has
been that none was known until the
many cures effected by Kckman's Al
terative began to be realized. Xow, for
ten years, an enormous mass of vol
untary and thankful testimonials from
persons who consider that they owe
their lives to this remedy have been
accumulating. Surely plenty of time
ijiTTCnt;pr;Tl Anrll 13 rrtiiUotinl . to demonstrate its lastinc value. you
-Incomplete returns from the foiir'". wri,t' to ans' of t,,em- JIerc is
congressional districts in litis city in- j 530 Glrard Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa.
dicate the election of eight Roosevelt "Gentlemen: In the winter of 19u2 1
delegate This is conceded bv the nml an attack of Grippe, followed by
ueie.u.f. Ji" Kiiiiriiiu ii im- pnPlln,ona and later by Consumption.
Taft organization. j KrCw steadily worse. In the winter of
mm I linrl foutrh. nlsht sweats, fever
jand raised quantities of awful looking
j stuff and later I had many hemor
rhages; at one time, three .jn three
1 . I r M 1 - .....1
-tion districts in this cay In today, , Tnoo distef ul 1 could" kenStninK
primary voie.i on national oeiegaies a0wn Three physicians treated me. 1
SCRAXTOX, Pa April 13. Bulle
tln) Twenty out of sixty-two elec-
jFrom Los Angeles-
All Over Arizona in a
as follows: Carson (irftosevelt) l.'JGii; was ordered to the mountains, but did
After taking a
Roosevelt) 1.124: Williams. (Taft) Ismail quantity I had the first quiet
.127. Scranton is in the Tenth con-1 night's sleep for weeks. My Imprwe
rrr:innni iirint iinent was marked from the first. I
grosional district. Joined strength and -weight .-md appe-
tite. I never had another hemorrhage
M T FVTnTO Ti 11ril n fBul- a,1u "0"B gradually lessened until
ALUJ()k, 1.1., April i.i. ( lui rntirejV R0IUV j am perefctly well.
letln) From scattered returns .Everything I say hero can be verified by
through this city and Lehigh county, j my family and friends."
which is itnrt f te Thirteenth con- j (Signed Affidavit) oUGfiRAX.
grcssioiml district, it appears I'oose
volt delegates have swept the county
three -to one.
i;vi.-mnir Alterative is effe-tive In
Bronchitis. Asthma, flay Fevert 1 hrpat
and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding
the svstem. Does not "contain- poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
PHILADELPHIA. April 13.-ln tl W,'" inftS
Twenty-fifth district Roosevelt lele- laboratory. Philadelphia, Pa., for addi
gntes are leading. In tiie Twenty-I tional evidence. ; .
fourth district the Taft delegates are
ahead on incomplete returns.
Harris and Vernon who are known
from one end of the I'nited States
to the other, as one of the most
famous teams of novelty dancers to
be seen on the vaudeville circuits,
have just returned from a tour of
the Orient, and will again fill en
gogements in America, appearing at
tho Coliseum on Tuesday evening for
h week's entertainment. During their
trip abroad they traveled extensively
and found the Chinese, the Japanese
and the Australians as appreciative;
of graceful movement as the people
of the Occident. Dancing before a
group of squatting. squint-eyed
Orientals, each carrying a load 01 ,
ance liefore the people of Phoenix.
They have danced here a number of
times and the fact that they are
coining, immediately brings the re
membrance of past evenings of pleas
ure to theater-goers. The attractive
! agility of those clever people has
literally led them to dance tneir wa
along the road to fame.
The Musical Hylands" will also aid
in making the bill for the coining
week particularly good. They too are
former favorites of the Coliseum
patrons and put on a novelty musical
act that carries an' elaborate set of
organ chimes made with electrical
effects. A feature of their perform
ance is a basso profundo solo, some
thing seldom seen on the vaudeville
The present bill will, be repeated
tonisht and Monday evening with
new photo plays at each performance.
A FLORAL LAY.
nonnies. nalins into insignificance an f
ordinary American, load of peaches; :
'...,ir,.r ni.niiiA ot-tw Wnr.. ui. ! The early flubdub is in bloom,
.B. L. Graves, of Los Aiifolps with Win Pi'nH InPf
'iLos Angeles during the heavv rains, in a Ford
("Roadster, and made tho entire trip to Phoemx in 29
nours actual running time. They took the newTaee
'course route, through a part of Old .Mexico, and
icame through to Phoenix without, a mishap. Two
'weeks were spent, in tounnar Arizona, covering ev-
tovy city and iown, in their "Horned Toad."
I r T- : - .......
TWO CARLOADS OF "FORDS" DUE THIS WEEK
mona clad Audience of profusely po
lite Japenese gentlemen and their
Adown the mall
Its clusters tall
ancient and honorable parents; or i Help dissipate the winter gloom.
appearing before the cosmopolitan
people of the Australian cities where
the man from the brush rubs elbows
with the sailor from the ships of all
the world, is an- experience not af
forded to many persons, yet this is
Xow other blooms get in the- game.
If wo but try
We may espy ,
On every side, the what's-its-namc.
On botanv I am not strong;
Rut I do know
exactly what Harris and Vernon have j Tliat-Jilossoms blow
been doing since their last appear-1 AVlien gentle springtime comes along.
Call or Phone for a
Edw. Rudolph, Agent
417, 419 W. Wasjiington'st.
Overland hone 415.
Tiie American liar association has JMesa City and Prof. U. II. Forbes : definite postponement, by county af
endorsed tiie bill now pending in the'0' Tucson. Nominations were re-, fairs committee.
senate for the reform of the courts. I fPrml t0 '"'nes. j House bill BS. recommended for in-
The resolution applies to both civil! f nomination of the governor for j definite postponement, by live stock
i membership on the state board of i committee,
and criminal cases and to alleged 1 0,ucat)on ,vore confirmed. 1 TTnn hi.i n? .nm w.nmmpn,in.
error on tlje ground of misdirection The senate then went Into com- tjon j)v suffrage and elections com-
Ol me jury or uie improper .minis- jiiimve m me iuun-- nan .-i-ii.ii.
sion or reiection of evidence or for , Hechtman in the chair and. spent the
error as to any matter of pleading or remainder of the day in further con
procedure. ;sidering senate bill 4.
" 0 Mr. Roberts moved that the bill be
The vastness of the Pennsylvania inueiituteiy postponed anu mere was
House bill 47, same recommendation
by same committee.
House bill !?. recommended for
passage by committee on banking
riiirmii ovotom and the liumher of a long debate. Mr. IJreen said the ana "urnnce.
railroad s. stem and tie tnimber or n..,nnriMn Mr Trh.i House bill r,l. same recommenda
people (lepenaeni upon u, is inuic.ucu "
in a report
miles of track, the greatest in the ;
iut issued showinir -hat hell rose to defend the constitution. tion. snm committee.
- 31 mi it haV"5o3R3iHe dwelt at length on the purposes "o5e bill S recomemnded for
ink fhn 'cvnip-V In", be and value of the militia. Mr Wors- passage, by petitions and memorials
history of the company. The track- I lei' opposed the bill. He thought tho committee
x . i . , . . . i nrospnt liw sufficient to earrv out! House went into committee of
age Is listnbuted in 14 sta:es. .present law suuititnt uj unj uu
tlio mandates of the constituMon. IIe,wl''f with Mr. Gonzales m
WOOD'S GIANT INTELLECT
(Continued from Page One.)
(particularly objected to the appropri-i
ation. The motion to postpone. th
bill was lost by a vote of 7 to 12,
Ayes Chase, Harrison, Lovin, Pace.
Roberts, Sims. AVorsley.
Xays Breen, Brown, Davis, Hecht-
House hill fi was set forward for
consideration by tho committee on
House bill .10, nex; in order, is a
bill providing that all state, county
and municipal printing shall carry
the union lube!. There was an ex
tended discussion of the bill. Mr.
THE GIRL AND THE BOY
Ferris Hartman and his superb company will appear at the Elks
theater on April 15 and 1C In Walter De Leon's new musical comedy.
"The Girl and the Boy. Mr. De Leon Is also the author ,md composer
of the "The Campus." and his second work will be eagerly welcomed here.
Accompanying Mr. Hartman will be "Walter De Leon, Miss "Muggins"
Da vies,- Miss Myrtle Dingwall, Percy Bronson, Roscoe Arbuckle and the en
tire original company that produced "The Girl and the Boy" at the Grand
opera house in Los Angeles and remained during its long run there, will
be seen here and the play will be given exactly the same costumes and
settings as was seen Jhen.
"The Girl and the Boy" tells the story of a millionaire's son who mar
ries a pretty girl ,it a seaside resort and -gets the parental allowance cut
off instanta. The father writes the boy. laying down the proposition that
he should return at once and go to work if he would prevent disinherit
ance. As the father lives in San Francisco, and the boy is 449 miles away
'and broke, his difficulty in filling the behest is obvious. How the young
pair scheme to pay their hotel bill and at the same time raise enough
money for a railroad journey, furnish the incidents necessary to the plot.
Walter De X.eon is Hammond Smith, "The Boy," and "Muggins" Davies,
is Mlchacla. Sanderson Smith. "The. Girl." Other characters are J. P.
Rockloy, a millionaire who wants to buy the Oceanside hotel, which it
developes is owned by the boy's father, taken by Joseph Fog.arty; Edith;
his daughter, the role is the one in which Miss Myrtle Dingwall has made
such a hit; Angus McPherson, a Scotchman, a part created by Ferris
Hartman; Jack Newton, the breezy hotel manager, which is in Percy
Bronson's hands; Slats, the bell loy, handled by Roscoe Arbuckle: Sanchez
De Chile, a Spanish fisherman, who is Oliver Le Xolr, of the big bass
voice; Madame Le Cordez, clairvoyant and palmist is played by the
statuesque Miss Josie Hart; Harry Poi'.ird as Ronald Curtis. The music
of "The Girl and the Boy", is thoroughly charming and delightful and con
tains the big song hit successes, "Hesitate," "Oh, Gee, We're Married,"
"The Kiss." "The Girl and the Boy," the laughing sextette 'Summer',"
"Tommy Jones" and "Life Is a Stage." Besides, these numbers the en
sembles and choruses are very fine, the comedy element is largely in evi
dence and Ferris Hartman has a part which fits him like a glove, from
which he extracts the utmost gocd humor. Xot the least attractive fea
ture, of. this splendid production Is. the scenery and costumes nnd the
chorus, at-'lcast the feminine portion 'of it is a delight to the eye, v
man Hubbell. Hushes. Kinney. Wes-
ing out of the "Kentucky law" sec- Jsei Willis, Wood, Wood, President.
tlon. 'nle appropriation section was ; Saxon thought. the penalty provided.
The senate went into the commit- stricken out so unless something is j fine and forfeiture of office, too se
tee of tho whole to consider senate' j (1IJC, to it later if the bill passes j vere. Graham asked if it were not
bill 4 the militia code bill, a measure I there will be no money to make it unconstitutional anil Saxon in fine
so big the legislature never under-1 Prreotive. Section 72 was tricken out satire replied that a little thing like
mat siiouki not emoarrass anynouy.
Tie gathered that it was the purpose
of the house before the session ended,
to amend the constitution wherever
its provisions were found to be re
strictive of anything the gentlemen
might wish to do. Mr. Lyhcli con
tended that' it was creating a labor
trust and he was surprised to see
so many trust busting gentlemen en
gaged in an effort to build one of!
their own. Messrs. Barker, Graham
and Irvine though defenders of union
labor, were opposed to the bill. Lewis
who introduced it said he thought it
went too strong hut he fathered it
took to print it. And various amend-ion tne theory that it provided for a
ments were made, including one to'pensjon system. Several oth'cr see
eliminate insurrections as an occa- tions were killed and many minor
sion for calling out the militia. The amendments. The committee, on ris
noon hour arrived and tins senate ilnfr recommended that it be referred
ion, a recess. i... ,i, nnnrnnr ations committee.
The . first thing in the afternoon
was the introduction and passage of
a resolution on the appointment of
Judge Sloan as federal judge. A let-
Two new bills were introduced in the
House bill 09 by Ball pertains to
ler irom judge .Nave sometime ago . ,r nrniwrtv for taxation
putting the senate right as to the,,. ,.r..(i to the' committees on
action of the bar association had been
referred to a committee. Yesterday's
resolution said in substance that the
printing and county affairs.
House bill 100 by Jacobs Is a bill
it. iti-ili in pnmmniul nttention.
senate had no notion of changing its 1 ' ' the basis of the bullion rax
iiiiiiu, ii n v'uvlicii mill. ,i i-ujy Ul UIU I ! rMM
resolution be wired to the Arizona ' on minf fT
senators , J"1 -
A letter was read from Parker
bpard of trade asking favorable ac
tion on Mr. Drennan's public land
House bill 59, house bill 45 and'
house bill 18, received from tho house,
were each read first time' and laid
on the table for one day
keep the house from the credit of IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OFTHE
passing any Important bill. He moved STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND
the committee recommend that the' FOR THE COUNTY OF MARI
house do not concur in the senate! COPA.
amendments and the motion carried ;
unanimously. When the house acts ' i the Matter of the Estate oi Mary
Monday on the committee report the. M. Fuller Deceased
procedure will be to appoint a con-:Xotice of Heiirins petition for Let
ference committee to meet 'a like tcrs of Administration,
committee from the senate. j Xotice is nereby s,ven tnat Wa,
" House bill 23 was recommended for ter E. Fuller has filed in this Court
indefinite postponement as. a similar his petition praying that Letters of
measure covers the matter. Administration on the estatet of said
House bill 54. the dry fanning bill decedent be granted himself, and that
lty Mr. Lynch, appropriating 3n00 to the same will be heard at the" April
continue experiments was recom-;Trm of said Court, to-wit: On
mended to the committee on appro-! Thursday the 25th day of April. A.
priations. jo. 1912. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
Mr. Kelton read a letter from the '"f said day. at the Court-room of .
Douglas chamber of commerce urg-' said Court, in Phoenix, County of
ing the passage of house bill 54. j Maricopa. State of Arizona, and all
House bill 55. giving all producers persons interested in said estate are
of farm products and, cattle to the notified then and there to appear and
number of five head, to dispose oflslww cause, if any they have, why,
same without license or peddlers tax. J'he prayer of said petitioner should , -was
under consideration when the , t ue granted. 1
noon hour arrived. The committee j Dated Anril 12th A. D. 1912.
rose anu asked leave to sit again
on the bill.
Tiie report of the committee was
filed and the house adjourned until j Make a Republican Want Ad do
Monday to devote the afternoon to Ihe work for you a "live whv
committee work 'salesman on Ihe job 21 hours a day.
tt'M. K. THOMAS,
ii per cum i" "
The bill is likely to be
opposed ny not. omy mwe wou uu
ject to a raise fn .minetaxes, but by
those who prefer taxation by another
method. The bill" was. referred to
committees on printing and mines.
Under head of second reading nnd
reference of bills:. . .
at the request of his constituents. A
motion carried, recommending :n
House bill 33, barbering on Sun
day was referred to committee of the
whole for consideration on Monday,
in connection witli a substitute re
commended by tho labor committee.
Mr. Linney then moved thai when
House bill 7i5, insurance code was; the committee rise It recommend to
t . i i i.i 1
The labor committer rmvWn,i on i sent to committee on oanuing anu
two bills: i insurance.
Senate hill S3, employers' liability House bill 4 referred to judiciary
was referred to the committee of the . committee,
whole on Monday as was senate bill
SS, to be considered In connection
with senate bill 12.
The county affairs committee re
ported senate bill 7S. abolishing the
office of state engineer, recommend
ing reference to committee of the
whole on Monday.
A message from the governor an
nounced the nomination of members
tiie house that it devote its time.
attention and intelligence, to carrying
out the mandates of the constitution.
Other gentlemen said the motion was
. ..... i . ... ... . i
House bill S5. for roller or a. w.a reprimand oi tne wnoie nouse by K
Empress a r
irW I jfjTtU ai OjSBI. 123- Red 4AU
A DRAMATIC SENSATION
A REAL TRIUMPH OF STAGE ART
EVERYONE MUST SEE IT
YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO
A GORGEOUS PRODUCTION
OF A MASTERPIECE
OF DRAMATIC ART
Gregg on prison construction, refer
red to appropriations committee.
' House bill 87 respecting liquor li
censes to ways and-means commit
tee. House bill SS, cities vote on public
utilities referred to county affairs
the committee and Mr. Linney agreed
that that was just what he intended.
The chair ruled the morion out of
Substitute for house bill 1. the re
call bill was next on the list. The
bill had passed the house, been
amended and passed by the' senate,
sent back to the house, nassed
u,,, hill S9 registration in in
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. 1. ... ... , . r rt rtrt.,vIf 1 tni'Olimi tllf In t to)' O nnmmltn.' nA
j- iu it.-iriiuri.il ooariis, as iouows: corporate towns, vummit- - .. .. um.
uoard ot nnarmacv Frpi Trinisii. . too on snnraue anu elections. ...v...i. "'"""'ra i me wnoio
man of Tucson. A. G. HuIett ofPhoe- House bill 00, salaries of prison with recommendation that the houso
nix, J. A. Dines of Tempe, George J chaplains, to appropriations com
...... ,i ,. vL j urauii. i. u. .we- minee.
House hill 01. salaries rf county
Cutcheon of. Yuma. O. O. Ha mm ill I
of Douglas and Will Marlar of Flag- 1
staff. " I
do not concur in the senate amend
ments. Mr. Lynch said the senate
amendments were' numerous and
officers referred to countv affairs trivial anddid not alter or improve
committeeX I tilc nurPope of the bill. Mr. Hall was
Board of horticulture Andrew Kim- . - Committee Reports. very. Indignant. He said it seemed
ball of Thatcher, W. K. ..Bowen ot--iiouse bill 3, recommended for in- to be. the purpose of the senate to
With CLEO MADISON
and every member of .
The World's Fair Stock Co.
NEVER BEFORE AT LESS THAN $2.00
Think of Getting This Marvel
. of Stagecraft at 25 and 50 Cents.
SEATS NOW SELLING FAST