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THE iAlfTZTOXA REPUBLiiCAX: SUXDAY- MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1901.
SIR SURCIflGUH BURHKET, mzmm 124 to 126 E. Washington Street. 127 to 133 E. Adams Street. - REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE TN FRONT. SUPREME COUET ADJOTJ&HS A Motion for Rehearing in Slower Case Denied- The supreme court adjourned at 11 o'clock yesterday morning, having passed upon several motions without handing down opinions in any pending cases, except the somewhat interesting one of an appllcatoin for a writ of ha beas corpus in the case of Santiago Berryesa, who was lately convicted in the court of this district for a mis deameanor. The application for the writ was based upon the fact that the verdict against Berryesa had been found by nine Jurymen under a law of this territory, which has been in force for several years, but which was made more explicit with reference to misdeameanor cases by the late legis lature. The case for the applicant was argued by G. P. Hullard, who took the ground that the offense for which Berryesa was tried was cognizable un der the common law. and that he was therefore entitled to a trial by Jury, and that within the meaning of the common law the verdict of the Jury must' be found by the agreement of all its members. This view was supported by a decision in the United states su preme court, in which it was held that a territory could not enact legislation by which a defendant could be divested of his lights under the common law if his liberty were at stake. It was stated in that opinion that it was not to be ap plied to courts for the enforcement of municipal ordinances, the violation of which may be only a quasi-criminal of fense. The court yesterday unani mously agreed with the contention of the applicant, the writ was directed to isue and the defendant was ordered discharged. In the following cases motions for rehearing were denied: The Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company vs. The Board of Equalization of Co chise County: H. E. Slosser vs. The Salt River Valley Canal Company; G. W. Martin vs. The Mayor And City of Tucson; Brlggs vs. The Utah Irrigating Ditch- Company: Ward vs. Harden burg and Sherman, and in the case of the Zeckendorf minors. In the Slos ser case the motion had been made by the appellee. The attorney for the company ask for a stay of mandate for the perfection of appeal to the Uni ted States supreme court. A stay was allowed until the January term. Simi lar orders were made in the cases of ; ward -vs. Harde'nburg and Sherman, and tn Biggs vs. The Utah Irrigating Ditch Company. It was also ordered that all appeal bonds should be filed within thirty days. None of the criminal cases were taken up. The court adjourned sine die. The most interesting incident of the session was the resignation of Clerk Thomas F. Grinilcll, which was sent into the court in chamber late In the ufternoon after adjournment. It was a matter of surprise, though it was learned later that it had been in con templation for some time. Dr. Foss has removed to No. 15 West Adams street. Ask your grocer for Mermaid Queen Washing Powder. v "Father," said the small boy, "wat is a pessimist?" "A pessimist, my son." was the an swer, "is a man who deliberately turns out the light so that he may look on the dark side of things." Washington Star. : ' - - Dr.llibbard GRADUATE of lifer vard Meli chI Cotlege. ei United 8tAUn Pen sion Examiner, and Lead in a- Bpeoialiat in chronic and difffcalt eases. Hlood, Skin, KldmeT, TTrinary, Bladder, Private and Bezuil diseases, Seminal Weakness with exhausted vitality permanently cured. Can eere and exwrnal growths removed with out the knife or severe measuresr The reason of Dr. H ibbard's remarkable success is due to -tots long experience and exceptional ability in treating complicated and Intricate diseases. Place yonr case in bis hands at.d be aeait witn nonectiy ana scientifically. Re member be derotes bis entire time and study to chronic diseases. If possible Always be Examined by an Expert. If unable to call write freely and confidentially. Many cases iield to home treatment. References: A.11 the tanks, and prominent business men of the City. Consultation, in person or by letter, free. Hours: 10 to 1 l to 8, and 6 to 7. Office and Laboratory, 26-28 8. Second Avenue, Uib brd Uuillias;, Phoenix Arlioga. w, I AMUSEMENTS "CLEOPATRA" AND "LA . TOSCA" TO BE PRESENTED BY MEL BOURNE MacDOWELL. Two of the beot of the Sardou plays are-to be given us tn the forthcoming engagement of Melbourne MacDowell next week. "Cleopatra" will be the opening bill, -and it is said that this play, which af fords an opportunity for eo much elab orate mounting, lias never been more elaborately staged than it is this sea son. The scenery is beautiful bevond description and it is not an infrequent occurrence for the audience to applaud long and loudly at the rise of the cur tain even before a line is spoken. "Cleo patra is essentially spectacular, bur the 'management has not depended on beautiful scenery and magnificent cos tumes to win it recognition, but lian surrounded Mr. MacDowell and Mi Stone with a cast which is conceded to be by far the strongest seen in a Sar-. dou production since the death of Miss jranny Davenport. "La Tosca" will be the second night's offering, and it is a safe prediction that those who have seen the attraction for will want to see it again, for in point of dramatic action it is probably the best of Sardou's efforts. Mr. MacDowell will be seen as Le Baron Scarpia, probably one of the best things he does, for certain it is that i;i this role of the villainous prefect cf BEAR'S will close at days at From 6:30 a. m. to 9 everything you need at BEAR'S DRUG STORE at proper prices, BEN L. BEAR, Up-to-Date Druggist, Onpoute City Hall- IF YOU HAVE WEAK LUNG and hnvc become rticonrK(xl lo recovery rcmMnter much can. be done by special fK-iemiiic up-to date treatment, and this applies with double force in the Bait KiTer Valley. H will cost you nothiog to consult Dr. Hibbard, and if you are curable yon will be tola so. If incurable you will not he decei red . Have tou anv chronic diaeaae? I (so, you cannot possibly be cured by self xperimenting or by doctors ZZl?t?2!: ff1'1170".0" man although able to be about is seriously handicapped bv some obstinate ailment, and is therefore unfitted for pleasure or bUHinews. Those who suffer from chronic diseases of the Throat, Lnnrs. Heart, Stomach or Oenito Urinary Organs, from piles, fist ula, rheumatism, neuralgic or nervous affec tionH should without delav see Dr. Hibbard. To all sufferer from maladies of the above nature weofTer the best treatment, the newest remedies and tbo most rational and complete methods, ff curable, Science, Skill and Experience will ensure yonr recovery. Thousands of comparatively young men have become prematurely broken down by physi cal weakness. Hucli ca can be t-uml, The general iractioner, however, utterly fails. He laekK concentration ol facultiMH and ran. not accomplish whnt the trained, educated spi-ciatif t iIinh Blood Poisoning with r-vphilittic condition, brinaint; with tncui all that is destructive to the human aystem, can -ie speeilily cured and without injurious drugs. Our method is that of the best Kuro pean specialists and beneficial results are seen in a few days. Don't fool with electric bt'lts or treatment by sample trial packages. We treat each case by Its 1 1 and not by a job lot system. Home treatment mav be had in some eases altboueh it Is. Refers My desirable to have at lrast a single Interview. When you cannot, every detail w ill be catWnlly looked into, .all medicine sent according to directions. iiriirr vrnrn r- - UlUg UIUIG 9 I. m. excepting Satur- Xl 10 p. m. until further notice. r p. m. you can get ' f'i 5-A Bias Girth Horse Blankets, Canvas Mackintosh, Etc. police he is afforded nn opportunity for displaying every feeling from Intense passion, raging hatred, llerce Jealousv deep love and tender pity, all of which he does as only a great actor can do. Miss Stone will be seen as Cleopatra anu Flora Tosca, and It is said of her that she Is the best leading woman that Mr. MacDowell has had since the death of his wife, the late 'Fanny Daveniort. Sixty people ore required in the plays and the productions will undoubtedly be the best that has ever been seen in Uhoenix. All kinds of printing, ruling, book and-magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. Use Mermaid Queen der! "Washing Pow- Phoenix. Ariz.. Nov. I, 1901. Until further notice we. the under signed druggists, agree to cls oar stores at 9 p. m. with the exception of Saturday nights at 10 p. m7 for "the months of November, December, Janu ary. February, March and April of each year. H. GOODMAN. T. F. HUDSON. ELVET & HULETT. E. S. WAKEL1N.' BKN'L. BEAR. Ll'ND THE DRUGGIST. BRISLEY DRUG CO. S. D. LUDLUM. "Some marrlajfts," says the cynical bachelor, "are successful7 failures." jar. V 3 41 ftM --i-v-' Mm. ' ?t ' Cancers and Tumors Cured WITHOUT THE KNIFE DR. HIBBARD removes external growths by local mcd'ration. His methirfl in safe, sure an'l surces!ful Num erous letiiinioiiials nnd specimens removed ran b s?en mt oilk-e. The doctor makes a specialty Rr0wths. The knife is a failure in a large per cent of cases. Dr. Hibbard s method is - sue- I'ctM. Mi svAtem is rational and srientiflc. Tfiouaands die anniislly in the I'nited States because physicians na a mledo not u rulers tan J the disense. They call it unrurnble and if they do anything they reeort to the knife. There is a remedy, a treatment without sevre measures and i methyl whereby Cancer can oecnrd and with little pin nnd routplete safety. tj0 not b deceived, if you h.ve a growth no matt r how small whether painless or not, it Is suspicious and shouid be 1 mined iatelv removed before It is loo late. J u dire tn doctor by the cures he ma,e. The ordinary doctor tries to do too much. Hereafters his faculties and bcomes" proficient in no particular bran eh. liko a jack of all trsdes he is master none. The hkili, experience and wientitl alnlity f Dr. Hibbardare unMucstined, U'sidt-s he floes hy others as he would like to he done by. Consultation free. Call or address Hihhard building, South second Avcuuc, Fhouniz, Aiixoua. Hours 10-1.: 1-3 t-7. 2 IT v mi X VrLfc Chronic ff Disease. ' If C0N3ULT1NQ PrtYSlCIAN. I swum. D!nigBARPn.oGPMStYif CfiAOUATC OF Jr7 Wavao medical C0LUQEj?j OHt 09 THE BEST THE TEMPLE DRILL" Attractive Feature of Krt- Cooley't Coming Recital. Mrs. Mae French Cooley will give a recital at Dorris' theater on the night of November 25. Mrs. Cooley, who has not -long been a resident of Phoenix, has acquired a very enviable reputation as an elocutionist and teacher of del sarte. She waa especially educated in these directions and was for some time a teacher In these lines at Kentucky and West Virginia institutions. In her coming recital Mrs. Cooley will be assisted by well-known local musicians and singers, among them Mi'. Eugene Redewill and Mrs. Gilland. One attractive feature of the enter tainment will be "The Temple Drill," for which several Phoenix ladies have volunteered to prepare. . The prepara tion Is a matter Involving a great deal of work and training in delsarte. The drill itself combines forms of worship. including the graceful poses of the fire worshippers, the Parsees, the Egyp tians and others. Of Mrs. Cooley's work the Ashland (Ky.) Gazette says: Morse opera house was well filled at an early hour last evening by our rep resentative people, all eager to witness the well prepared , programme which was expected. They were in nowise disappointed, as the rendition far sur- pased their expectations. "The performance opened .with a beautiful violin solo by the talented Prof. Eduara Lindermann of Hunting ton. His work Is too well known by our music lovers to call for any praise from us. He was encored heavily and responded with another skillfully exe cuted selection. "Mrs. Mae French Cooley rendered most charmingly two beautiful- -elocutionary numbers and was called back several times. Mrs. Cooley possesses wonderful ability as an elocutionist and has won a place In the hearts of our educated people that could well be en vied by the greatest stars in this classed firmament. "Miss Eupha Booth of Huntington rendered a pretty vocal solo. She pos sesses a sweet voice that corresponds with her face most admirably. Her skill was recognized and vigorously ap plauded. She was also encored and acknowledge the honor by another se lection. "The remainder of the recital was continuous ovation and each time that Mrs. Cooley apepared she lmpresed her audience more favorably. "The affair was a complete success in every respect, and the universal wish is that she may favor us at itn early date with another of her charm ing recitals." M. A. Hanke demonstrates to the most skeptical that she can change sallow, sickly faces into srlowinj;, youthful ones. Unsightly facial blem ishes such as pimples, moth patches, freckles, tan and oily skin can be cured i by my remedies. Superfluous hair per- I manently removed by the latest im proved electric needle. Cure Kuarau-j teed. Electric scalp treatments. Kleu-1 trie face massage. Capitol Hotel, Third anu v HBiiiiisjiun. A Bt'SINESS INSPIRATION. "I suppose," said the duke, "that you will look about for an American girl as a wife for your son?" "Yes," answered the earl, "and If the present tendencies of commerce con tinue, I shouldn't be surprised if we had better look out for some hustling American youns; men as husbands for our daughters." Washington Star. Mis E. A 1 burs', a first-class modiste. recently from the east, has located at the Capitol Hotel, Washington . and Third Sts.. and invites the custom rhoenix ladies. Only first-class work and entire satisfaction can be confi dently promised. ' Dorris Theatre U M. fllAWKOKD MAItTIN & STKCHA.N... Lessee .Managers Mon. and Tues., Nov. 4 and 5 Engagement of the guished Actor Distill- Melbourne MacDowell Supported by Miss Florence Stone and a carefully selected company in Sardou's Greatest Plays. Monday evening. "CLEOPATRA." Mr. MacDowell as Marc Antony Miss Stone as Cleopatra Tuesday evening, "LA TOSCA." Mr. MacDowell as....Le Huron Scarpia Miss Stone as Flora Tosc.i Produced with the same lavish scen ic equipment and magnificence of cos tume as the original Davenport pro duction. Staged under the supervision of Mr. Frank Willard, seventeen years stage manager for Miss Davenport. Prices, J1.D0, $1.00, 75ci 50c. We can please the most fastidious. Wothing but flrst class work work leaves our estab lishment. Nothing but the lK-Ht material used. No one employed but artistic workmen. Just call and inspect our Immense large stock of Impor tations. NICHOLSON ThlSgTAIL0R 43 WEST WASHINGTON" ST. Established 1SS3, Telephone -:-:-x-:--:"5-x-::-:-x MONEY SRyERS Monday's Special SUITS Highly Tailored, Ready-to-Wear Suits in Fancy Worsted, Cheviots, Cassi t meres and Claj-s. The Kind that Fit, Hold Their Shape and Don't Rip. Would be TRADE WINNERS at. $15.00. Our Price Monday , . . . Pants Good things to eat. served in the best style in our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. . AU kinds of printing, ruling, book fcnd magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. We Lead in High-Class Groceries. FREE! IMPORTED Japanese napkins- JO AIL 'chukch suppers society Dinners FOR WHICH I II VI III I gr( COFFEE ISStm THE Fl NEST CROHN" v IS PURCHASED ? FOR SALE B The Wakelin Grocer Company The Somewhat Different Kind of Men's . , . : f. . . S lU its a n d Overcoat That are usualy found in stores that carry all kinds of goods. OURS is the kind that is built for exclusive Clothing Stores. Up-to-Date in every detail, style, workman ship, fit and finish the Acme of PERFECTION" "..". Monday 4 MONDAY'S SPECIA Heavy California Cassimere Pants. The Kind .that Fits, Don't Rip and Gives Perfect Satisfaction. Cheap at $3.00. Our price Monday Remember Our, Free Employment Ventura Kill Copper Stock 40.000 shares at 23c. Will pay $1,200 -commission to purchaser or broker. Boaz Duncan. 445 Wilcox Building. Los An geles, Cal. Miss Slmms. dressmaker, 447 Ncrth Fourth avenue. Beef Gall Shampoo at the Hotel Ad ams shaving parlor, the only place in the territory where this treatment of ladies' hair is administered. For good loads of crushed granite see E. R. Maple. A. J. BRADLEY Undertaker and Embalmer LADY EMBALJklER Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend : '- Indies and Children : ' 'Phone, 841 215 West Washington Street, NEW YORK RESTAURANT Mark Land and Sam - Ching. Proprietors. " New - dining- room la gumr . anteedi to be the coolest and most "comfortable in the city. Firstclass meai at all hours. Patror.age solicited. 23-27 South Center street. Phoenix. I Cloaks and Jackets 1 These crisp, chilly morning and evenings are a reminder that you ( need a new coat this season, and n owhere can be- found a more complete . line of swell garments thanhere. j All the newest shades and fabrics are represented in our collection and every garment that goes out is ihs itively guaranteed to be the best at j ' that price to be had. I t The new l;agl:ms nml Newmarkets arc csp:i-llly "swagger" and do- j ciileilly becoming to most eolc. When you have lime,- come in and .try thcfii on, and there is no doubt but that we can show you just "your kind" of coat. . . i ... . - V 1 THE BEST ALWAY5" - 1 1! H . - s A .t-AAJ w.,,a f, A A AAA Special Overcoats High-Grade Health Promoters ' in the new full-cut. Come in Kerseys, Mel-. tons, Whipcords, Worsted and.-. Covert Cloths. Lined with heavy Farmer's Satin, Skinner's Silk Sleeve lined, and tailored perfect with that style and fit that make our Overcoats so 'popular:. Worth up to $20. Our Price Monday; S1S.OO rr, JTf $2.50 MAKERS OF LOW PRICES... Office. Quick worker Mermaid Queen Wash ing Powder. Try La sco Tar tor a nice, cleansing bath. The Arcade. 32 South Center street, high-class apartments: new furni ture; modern conveniences. No inva lids taken. References required. Mrs. Cooley, 425 West Van Buren. experienced teacher of elocution, phys ical culture and delsarte. - - ':- . Queen of Queens Powder. -Mermaid : Washltts ' Fhoenix, Arizona 4 i