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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1903.
DicpMc has o th o ruBlic Attain 1 B' n8-' -t T ih6 I 1 A t nt: , ine 3 ,1s d jtic c4r or n va as . rfr ypt llslr sio ma 1 na DU lis ! J th orjt 4)ITf pr il ca V th s na i In r. cat hi 'fr e Wll ' r.i r rfia At i tt j' c r r h Il T Sweet, crisp (UKes of wheat and malt. Bl 63 MARRIAGE OF THE DIVORCED. Healthy Sentiment Growing on Both Sides of the Watej. The striking evidence that the pv.b 1 ii' conscience is being i'iickened end enlightened is to be seen in the fa-t that newspapers on both sidei of tne water have concentrated thi --itte:Uio:i of the world on the marriag-i of a di vorced person in London by ckMgy man of the English church. saj the I'hurchinan. The wide circulation and evident approval given by the piesa to the bishop of London's addrrs to hi.-, diocesan conference, on what !v call a 'normal scandal," makes the evi dence more significant. "We would not minimize the imminence and subtlety of the danger to the sancti of the family and to the security of social liurity involved in the -ter.doiu-y i' many directions to treat lightly the marriage bond. At the soj time we have no sympathy with those who feel that the world is going backward and that the church is losing her powt," be cause she has so influenced the world that it is holding her to an eve - higher .standard. We have clergymen. von bishops, who advocate in the name of our Lord and of the church th? right if divorceed persons under certain conditions to marry again, but th number of these is growing less year by year under the stress of f t", i ll progress and social ueed ;ind . as vc i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i GINGHAMS A good quality, that other stores get xihe for. They come in checks and stripes also 36 inch Mad- Qr ras. For this weefe we offer them at, per yard SILKS For one week we will sell silks at less than they can be bought elsewhere, and this in the face oi the fact that manufacturers are asking big advances in prices. GUARANTEED PEAU-DE-SOIE A beautiful quality, the regular price QJr is $1.25. Sale price, per yard "... U I C GUARANTEED PEAU-DE-SOIE Dyed in the thread, a dependable TO article, regular $1.75 quality. N Sale price, per yard. ) I u J , EXTRA HEAVY PEAU-DE-SOIE This is a good make for coats, etc. ! ft3 Regular value $3.50. Sale price, per yard mJIbUJ , " '''.-' CHINA SILKS Ail colors, 21 inches wide, regular Sp 35c kind. "Per yard JmKJXs FOULARDS Navy blue with polka dot or fancy patterns, just the thing for Summer Dresses, sold regularly q Ef at 75c. Sale price, per yard 3JL Jim Dumps and wife, Invariably, Had "Force" for Sunday evening tea, - When cook went out that afternoon. " 'Tis but a saucer and a spoon Or two to wash a task not grim And ail are pleased," laughed "Sunny JIm.'V The Keady-to-Sarve Cereal pleases everybody in every way. "W Like it." "We dm 'Toko' and like it exceedingly. "II. R. SAt-iTDEM.1, believe, under the guiding power of the Holy Spirit. The standard of the social conscience has grown by leaps and bounds within our own gen eration. Christians of every name are becoming so profoundly awakened to the dangers of divorce that thoy arc arousing tne world to a consciousness of its fatal effects. It is no uncommon thing t 'near men of the world, as well as loyal church men, speak with deep regret and u sense of humiliation of eases in which dignitaries of the church, in historic parish churches, lend themselves in a way that Implies sanction of the mar riage of divorced persons as well as persons of most questionable character. It is one thing to allow to every man and woman the rites of the church to which they are entitled: it is quite an oth ?r for a bishop and a. historic, parish church to aid in giving distinction to people. whose lives would call for un obtrusive functions. It is one thing to claim rights as citizens of the state: it is quite another to demand the positive approbation and blessing of the church for a prac tice which at best is founded upon a doubtful interpretation of the f criirtures and which the experience of hurritn society is more and more dem onstrating to be inimical to its higher int-.-rests. I, 'or these reasons the position taken by the archbishop of Canterbury and by . the bishop of London is a splendid rote from the Knglish church, and the iff ponse here in America is no less in- When the New York Store advertises a Special Sale, our customers know that we give gen uine bargains. Not bargains in name only, but bargains in fact The goods we offer you this week are particularly desirable, being selected from the goods you want at this time Every housewife will find items of interest, each tells its own terse, pointed story of economy w f ?piring. In behalf of the Christian family and under the guidance of Him who fourfded it, we may well look uy and move forward. o AN HISTOP.IC HILIAKD TAI5LE. There is a biliiatd tible in Iyindon at the present moment that can boast of a lifetime of two centuries and a long acquaintance with men who have made history. It belonged originally to Louis XIV.. passed into the possession of Napoleon I., and now. in its -old age, has come into the hands of Messrs. Orme & Sons, and i3 on exhibition in Soho square. This celebratetd table Is smaller than an English table. The body of the table is a block of oak, weighing 10,000 pounds, covered with a doth of electric blue. The frame of the table is of rosewood, and the six jackets perhaps the most striking feature of the table are reproductions in bronze of queer hideous old gargoy les. When the ball' falls into the pock et the lower jaw of the gargoyie drops, and the bill is found in its mouth. It is a .levr piec of ancient ri'-i nanism.' STUANC.K. Ml'T TIU.'E. "He's one of the most interesting characters in the swell set." "Huh! Why, he has no character at all." "That's jast it. The less character a man has the more interested swell so ciety becomes in pulling it to pieces." ONE LONG ENDLESS ZOO. Peculiar Effect Along Uganda Rail road Where Animals Are Protected. ".The I'ganda Protec t orate" U th? title of un excellent work in two vol um.3 from the pen if Sir Harry H. Johnston, the discoverer of that strange beast, the "okapi." and fresh from the book preaes of the Mactnil-lan-company. What is of special Inter est to American engineers, railroad men and naturalists is the chapter in which he describes the building and operation of the I'ganda railroad, from the East African coast, inland, to the heart of Uganda, a piece of the quick est railroad . building on record. In this; chapter Sir Harry relates that th? British have enacted the strictest kind "f game laws in Uganda: laws which prohibit the killing of giraffes, rhin .v.eroFes, hippopotond, o'tapl. zebras, units, elands, etc., and that inasmuch as the authorities are better able to enforce, these stringent laws alou? the iine" cf the railroad, tlian they are ba k in he remote interior, the game, with that Instinct of . r elf-pres ii vation s ) well developed in.w'Jld aimals, have Hocked in gieat. herds to the open prairie lands nlontf either side of th? railroad, paying not the slightest atten tion to the shrill whistling of the loco motive or to the rattle of passing trains. . Thus.'. in traveling from the coast up to the capita' of Uganda, the traveler observes from the far window the unique sight, to be seen nowhere e!:-e in the, world, of a feeiningly endless -oclogkal garden turned out to graze. Zebras, elands, koodoos, oraibas, ga zelles, spring-bucks, beisa antelopes, brindled gnus, hartbeatts. klipsprinij eis. invalc's. harnessed antelope?, rhin oceroses (these are plentiful along tne line of road, considering they are never very nu:rrous in any locality), oul faloes. scsfebys, elephant?, with now and then an occasional gi.-affe. hav? all learned' to look upon the railroad as a t rctuticn fr :ni prowling p lac'ners and hunt -vs. Wild animals are very quick to dis cover and pick out protected lccall tie?, at fact which has been demon strated in more ways than cna in the Yellowstone park, the Corbin gam's preserve, and the Vanderbilt gam? pieserves in the North Carolina moun tains, so that, after all. the fact is net a surprising one. In oik re.-pert, riw ever, the reader must prepare ."or dis appointment. The old story of ele phants und rhinoceroses butting lo-r- j motives ort the track are emphatically. denied by Sir Harry. While the wild nniir.ali realize th protection afforded Ihon br the railroad, yet at the ame time thuy kir;, ;heir distance from th trr.ck. crossing and recrossdng only when 'traii: are not in fdgat. In fact. th c U ph::nts and rhinoct loses are ttu shyest of all. th." zebras and raui taking the -lead tor boM.ie.'s and daiiag. WIXTEIt USE. New Cat her There Is something pe culiar about this rr.i-r k. It smells liice hair. Fit c her Yes, Fir: we have b en using it aS u d irj muzzle Fine last season. 1 c ... " WRONG MAN SWEARS. Reporter Tells His First and Costly Attempt at F&King. The old time reporter had an nudi cii e, so he began: "I never faked but once, and then I didn't make a howling success of it." He waited reminiscent ly until the rapping on the table was responded to. then continued: "It was in Cincinnati, back in the '80s. We had a crazy city editor whose specialty was chasing a man over the edge of the earth on an impossible story about the time the paper was going to press i:i tl.c morning. I vas young in thes? days, but after two or three month of chasing bits at 2 a. m. I was ready xf or rebellion. "One night at midnight, I was just starting home .when th-? eld man. p'.ill ir.g his hair and in a frenzy of excite ment, rushed after me und yelled: Jump in a cab; go to 137 May sire.-t, Walnut Hills: see Henry Johnr.or.. In terview h'm about . Git, ba'tle A ad I got. '!l ran downstairs, but sloved u; outs'de. I figured the Ftotv was not vo'ih printing, that il wouldn't be piiiiled if I sot It. that I cou'.d'i't g.-t ;i. und finally I arrived -t ii-.e vonclu-s-mi. that 1 would drop o.er to Jake's, diinK a few beers, play n couple of gam-s of pnuchle, and then come ha it i:ro till the old man 1 eoti'dr:'; gr-l th.'it le'!.,w out of bed. "I followed out that programme. About '1 o'clock I rushed Into the o(fie all out of breath. The old m:Mi was raging. "Did you get if." he yelled. No." I screai'-.ed back, all excited. 'Why not'.' Well,' I went on hurriedly, lying e.s fast as I could think. 'I went up there, rang the bell, beat the door, jumped up and down on the porch, and pounded the pillars with my cane, and finally he s-tuck his head out of a window and said: "Whit the blankety. blankety, blanket-, blankety,- blank, blank dou ble blinked idiot?' And'l told him. 'I'm a reporter. I want to see you about ." Well, well, then he broke loose for fair, and Faid: "I dn't want to see any blankety, blankety, double blankety dash blanked, blankety blank rejwiters at this hour of the morning," and slammed the window and went to bed. "I finished up the description with a flourish of piofanity, for I had been reporting the liver news and knew some cf the mates. All the time I was den i ibirp- the interview the oi l iiiun was slipping lower down In hij chair and I knew something was wrong, but 1 couldn't figure out where my story was faulty. When I got through the old man sized me un anil asked; " Win m did y u gro to see'.'' " "Why. Henry Johnson. 1.17 May street. Walnut Hills:.' " 'Yes the Key. Henry Johnson, pas tor of th Tenth street Hapiist church "1 resigned the next morning." o HOW KNOX OBEYS OltDKHS. Attorney General Knox has keen ap preciation of a fast horse, a game of golf, giod companions and a good ci gar. The othe- day he invited a news paper t-o i respondent to join hrm in an aK rneon at the links. The ride out ... his INDIA LINENS In this line we excel all others. Regular ioc quality for... 7c per yard. Regular 15c quality for ..... uc per yard. Beautiful sheer quality, worth i7c, for 13 y2c per yard. Persian Lawn, worth 25c, for 19c per yard. Fine Sheer Persian Lawn, worth 35c, for 270 per yard. SWIVEL SILKS Right! up-to-the minute in point of smart style, they're winners at 40c per yard. Sale price, H)(&f per yard LAWNS A nice lot of linen colored ground, neat fig- yfl ures, lace applique stripes, worth regular 3C0. Sale price, per yard irTt GRENADINES Plain and fancy stripes, the season's AQir novelty all the wanted colors are here, worth 75c. Per yard. p"cJ'v- FANCY LAWNS Lace and applique stripes, a good 8 assortment of colors, value 20C Sale price, per yard . ivPt FINE PRINTED BATISTENeat, small patterns, also - fancy stripes, justcwhat you want for house dresses or wrappers,, good value G Uf at 15c. Sale price, per yard V. hw If You Fail to Remove Your Burden of Disease in June Your Life is Not Secure. MAINE'S CELERY COMPOUNI Three Bottles Saved Mr. Tripp from Indigestion j Liver Trouble There was never a remedy so" highly recommended for making sick neorl3 well in summertime as Pair.e's Celery Compound. It successfully grapples with all the ailments common in sum mertime, and never fails to remove long ; Ftar.dlrg end chronic diseases that have hained the skill. Of r-hysi-cians. When Paine's Cel;ry-Compour.d is used, theic is no long Waiting to? results. It tones the stomach " im proves the appetite, c?sists digestion,, excites the bowels to h-?althy action', expels all fcul humors fiom the blood and braces th, nervous system. Mr. to the club was made behind the at torney general's record breaking team in order that all of the feature? of the entertainment might be compiete. Mr. Knox, however, had forgotten to pro vide himself with cigars and soon after the start deplored the oversight. The correspondent at once produced a bountiful supply and throughout the afternoon the smoking went on. When the programme had been nearly com pleted and the drive home almost fin ished, the attorney general threw away the last half of his last cijjar. " Well." he ejaculated, "we have had a nice drive, a good game and I haven't vio lated my physician's orders not to use tobacco, either." A ROYAL COAL STOKER. The stoiy is current that the Duke of Connaught. when coming home from India In the battleship Renown, deter mined to inquire personally into the conditions of naval stokers. In spite of protests he descended Into the boiler room. Having been provided with a proper kit and a shovel, he proceeded to stoke coal with all the enthusiasm at his command. At the end of half an hour his royal highness confessed he had had enough, and he yielded up his shovel with the admission that naval sto'.ters have no easy time. KINO EXPECTS TO EE EATEN. The king of Siam apparently posses ses a sense of diplomatic humor. lie i3 c;uoted as saying he has no idea that, "benevolent assimilation" will let him alone. "I know," he said, "that 1 shall be eaten with English or French sauce. The latter is too tasteless. I prefer the English sauce, mixed with the famous Japanese sauce," o In London each day 400 children are Ijorn and J.'O enter school for the first time. and Rheumatism. J. D. Tripp, West Kennebunck. Me., says: "I suffered from indigestion, tlv.r trouble, kidney diseAse and rheum. i tisnf. The worst ' trouble was in lav head; the pain commenced in rhoulders and ran up my neck until it reached the head. I could not sT at night, had ugly dreams and b---l feelings when I did tdeep. Sirua taking three bottles of Paine's Celery d.rr pour.d. 1 am well and feel ljke a now man. I have a good appetit? and c.ie do a good day's work. I am recn. mehdins' Paine's Celery e'ompound : every one who is suffering." THE OLDEST LAWSUIT. '. K.. lawsuit which may probably ! clairned as the oldest in the world is reported from the Trentina. The two communes of Gallio and Foza huv- me possession or an extensive iract oi woodland which has assumed th character of u virgin forest, with trees of colossal size, which no man dares to touch. Spots are still pointed out where 200 years ago the two communes fought pitched battles for the dis puted wood Apparently the homeric struggle i3 as far from closing as ever. o WHAT HE WAS CELEDRATINC. President Jacob Gould Schurman of Cornell university was born in Nova Scotia. Last Fourth of July his young son used up all his firecrackers before dusk and begged his father for more money. "I'll give you some more, my son." said the professor, "if you will tell me what you are celebrating." "That's easy, dad," said the lad. who was born in New York state. "This is the anniversary of the d-y when we licked you fellows." An extra and un expectedly large supply of cash was forthcoming on the spot. o - CONCERNED HIM DEEPLY. The timid caller at the book store leaned over the counter and spoke t. one of the salesmen In a low tone. .- "Will you please tell me." he ask.Nl. Vhow' 'Flights of Poetic Fancy." the hew book of poems by E. 'Will Rom, is selling?" "I am sorry to say." responded th. salesman, "we have scarcely had any demand for it. You are Mr. Korus. perhaps?" "No," rejoined the other, wipng his forehead nervously. "I'm the man that I lent him the money, to get the lnik I c ut."