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THE ARIZONA '' KETCBIJCAX, FRIDAY 3IORMNG, JANUARY 13, 1904.
an ANNUAL YOU WILL BE SAFE IF YOU BUY GOLDBERG . SEIS A REAL EZRA 124120 East Washington Street 127-133 FOR A SHORT TIME to introduce our Teas we will give away one fancy cup and saucer with every pound of Tea purchased of the following lines: Fanciest Japan Bud. H ! I Spider Leg Tea. O-Yama Japan Tea. ridal Veil Tea. 8- 3- II 1 1 L S. Wakelin ?l Grocer Co. Hi 3 THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HAN t Yzz' A) -'t fCxVk Wi fie wFio wins tra'le put ho who tr'adr. know from the surest of ail hers--eiierience that the two best ways to make a success are m mfike new business wherever you can and hang on l that you have like a drowning man to a life preserver. W" are in the life saving business our si'hes, IInv. V j;y making for our cus lomers b. tier lib-s in style lit and linish than they can g elsew vv . Voar interest - are e,u . NICHOLSON, THE ARTISTIC TAILOR AND CUTTER. Phoac Rci 9t5. 37 West Washington Street. THE IS w hat we want Y0U TO KNOW.! . n We sell only the test gro ceries and you save money by buying from us. Tleineniber we have the best Teas and Coffees for the money. We. deliver you orders very . promptly anywhere in town. Get your ' GROCERIES FRANK GR"eBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. us CONSUMPTION P Treated by a special method that enables patients to live safely in any climate. THE NEEL TREATMENT, 119 W. Adams St. I i IBS) ' Pi ml Keeps We te; SAFETY w. that: WOLF SACHS" COMPLAINT Answer to It Made by the Enjoined Defender.ts. An answer was filed in district court yesterday in the injunction suit brought by Wolf Sachs against Mrs. Iauia Hillups administratrix of the estate of William Billups the officers and directors of the I'tah Irrigating canal and Charles Hauer. It was stat ed in the complaint that the plaintiff had leased of William I-Sillups a trac t of land lying under the canal and with it seven shares in the canal. They represented he said sufficient water for the irrigation of the land. It was al- i leged that Mrs. Billups had sold one of ! the shares to Uauer and was intending ! to sell others: that the officers and di- jj lectors of the canal acting upon in- structions from Mrs. llillups were re- i fusing to deliver water to the plaintiff ;rn the share that had been sold to 4 1 IlaiK-r. The plaintiff wanted Mrs. JVill- ! ups restrained from the sale of any wi others of the seven shares ana the ot M ! ficers ami directors of the car.nl re strained from further refusing to fur- ;j nish the plaintiff with water on thst share. A temporary restraining order In ac cordance with the prayer was granted. In her answer Mrs. IUliups says that before the sale of the water share to Rauer, she went to the plaintiff and secured his permission to make the sale. That thereafter she petitioned in pre. bate court for permission to sell the property and that a legular order of sale was issued with notice to all i persons who might be interested: that no oDjection was raised dv me plain tiff and the share was sold under an order of the probate court. Ph? furth er says that that share was not needed for the irrigation of the land Included In the lt-ase but that the plaintiff want ed to lease it f r the irrigation of other land. Answer was also made by I.uer In which he says that he bought the share unencumbered and he repeats the statement of Mrs. Billups that the plaintiff desires the water represented by that share not for the irrigation of any of the land he leased from Rillups but that he may divert the water to other land. He prays for a dissolution ct the temporary restraining order. GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Frotrud ing Tiles. Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure you, in 6 to 14 days. 50c. THE COPPER QUEEN SUIT It Came Before the Supreme Court Yesterday for the Second Time. Gnejuf the most important cases of thc cakreiar was before the supreme court yesterday for argument. It was j Cochise county and M. I). Scribner, 'county treasurer of Cochise and ex-of- t:io tav collector, iippelants, vs. the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining company, appellee, from Cochise coua- Thi-1- rase had its origin in 1901 when the board of supervisors of Cochise county, under the ac t of the legislature j w hic h had just bec-n passed, raised t rve valuation on eight claim of the prop erty of the Copper Queen, for taxable! purposes, to J.'.f.'no.DOi). Previous to that i time the company had paid $5 an acre jin addition to a tax on a val juitien of improvements at $10(1. 0D0. That year, howe ve r, the supervisors let the tax of all other mining prop- ,e;ti s m the county stand as formerlv i at an acre. j The company brought an injunction jsui; against the county and against M. tl. Pcribner, th- ti cm surer, to restrain bim t'uni an attempt to collect the tax j;"d from including the-property of the ; company in the delinquent tax list. The lease w is tried before Judge l,iis. The three supervisors wee on the stand, l'wo of thi in admitted that they h id f" knowledge of tha value of the prop erty but that they had "assumed" that it was worth the : mount at whic h they I bad assoysd it. The third member of the boairl admitted that they had "guessed at it." Judgment was rendered : fr the company. This trial took plnco in December of 1H01 and the- county Itoi.k an apeal. The case was beard in the supreme court a.t ;th Jmupry te-m 0f PU13 an,i t;10 jurjr irrcnt of the court below was reversed. I The company moved for a. rehearing', whic h was granted, and the case was jnC-in argued yesterday by Colonel ille'-rin for the appellee and by W. C. iMcFarland for the appellants. ! The history of this case is not with jrut interest. The legislature of 1901 bad a considerable admixture of pop ulism aid nntipathy to corporations. Some of the members cf the legislature I summoned the supervisors of all the 'counties to phoenix in a. secret con clave to "cinch the corporations." It j was pioved at the tr'-d of the Copper ; Queen case that one of the momliers of ; the board who attended that conclave haii been heard to say in a bat room at Temi.st'in that they were goiijg to "cinch (he corporations." That was af ter hi return from Phoenix- The supervisors of two-thirds of th .counties we.-.kened on their r?turn heme, but thoe of Cochise and Tava- RAZO E. R East Adams Street i pai did not. It will be remembered that J there was an -abrupt raise in the valu ation of the property of the i nit?d Verde but the company did not pay on that valuation. The Johnstone-Robertson matter was brought up in the supieme coure yes terday rather unexpectedly. This is an election contest which had been do citil in this county against the ap pelHrt. On Tuesday the appeal was dismissed on the ground that one of the p-ipers had not been filed within ti'-e time allowed. It was shown that the filing of it within that time was not essential for the case did not come be fore the court for a long1 time after. On the same day a. motion to dis miss an an apiveal in another case on the same ground was d.-nied, though it was shown that none of , the papers bad been filed until thirty days after the exj-iration of the time. In that cas" the appellee was represented by Thomas I. I'.ennett, who tii-ereupon Jnok on abnormal interest in, the cr..-e of Colonel Johnstone. With the per mission of the attorney for C;ljnel Johnstone he arose yesterday rr.ornin.? and said he desired to .call the atten tion of the court to a seeming incon sistency and he rocited the facts of the iwn cases. After a brief consultation, ;ht couit said that the o: der dismiss ing the appeal would bs vacated today; that.it would have beon don yesterday but for the absence of Associate Judg Davis, tht-re being cm ihe bench at the tune on'y two members nualified to act. A motion to dismiss was granted n the case of James Shirley, arpellant, against George Mitchell, appellee, from Yavapii county. Thift dispute ha.l Its start from, the Cobre Grande litigation. Shirley was in sonic way connected with the Cananea property btfoie tl.c organization and even before tho sa.'e 'of tlip pronertv bv Gre n ? to Mitchell. Shirley claimed certaiii shares which! Mitchell had i-romjyed to give him fo his service-, in bringing a rich mine and capital for its development togeth r. J In the case of William Kline, appel lant, agiirst Clay Hoc Rett. appellee, from Coch'se county, a motion to af firm on the short transciipt was grant ed. The case of the United States against W. K. Mead.e from Cochi-e j county, was submitted on briefs. COTILLION !S LOSING FAVOR. General Dancing This is More Winter. in Fashion Dar.cing is now in order. The fash ionable season for this diversion ex tends from the beginning of the holt days until Ash Wednesday, with a supplementary two or three weeks af ter Master. New York, with fine independence, takes its dancing steps as a rule to suit herself. Thus, although at tho dancing masters" convention, held ear ly in the fall, every teacher protested against dancing the waltz in half-time or any other sort of time which give's a chance for a shuffle, it is very evi dent that the young people of this town mean to go right on doing that very thing. At least they are doing it now. It ran't be discovered, on the other hand, that the convention advised even mildly a set-back for the cotillon. Yet judging from the dances given thus far this season, the popularity of the cotillion is waning. Last winter, in fashionable society, to get an invitation to a dance on which, "cotillion" was not engraved in the corner or to attend a dance where the cotillon was not the chief feature, was ;uite unheard of. There has been a change this year. Already at least half a dozen of the smartest hostesses in low n have given entertainments where dancing was general, both be fore and after supper. This is significant. It means, as one hostess with young daughters pointed out. that soc iety is growing a bit tired of cotillion. "It has taken about twenty-five years to popularize the cotillon here." remarked this lady, and that it. lias been tremendously popular for the last eight or nine years, and still is, every body knows. "It is danced now all over thJs coun try ami will be contiued to be danced. Nevertheless some of us here mean to pay more attention to general dancnig pay more attention to general dancin.; schools advise it, but for several other good reasons, one of which is the trouble in getting a cotillon lead er. "Instead of this task becoming eas ier every year, as one might naturally suppose, it gets to be harder and hard er. Few young men really care to lead a cotillion. It is really a thankless job. "As a rule a cotillon leader never gives entire satisfaction, except to the hostess, who is so thankful to get hold of a leader that she seldom carps at anything he does. Furthermore, to lead, a cotillion means hard work and little fun. "The few cotillon leaders are over worked. Instead of the younger gen eration's taking hold and trying to do their part they try to bide behind thos who have been at the front for years ami who are beginning to grumbie about remaining in service so long. "There is one middle aged bachelor, for instanc e, w ho has been leading cot illons for fifteen years or longer, doz ens of them every season. If anything he is: more in demand today than he ever was. There is simply no one to take his place. " "He doesn't care a rap about attend ing young people's dances, 'and yet Pi order to oblige ho sometimes, night after night, comes to our aid. Rut for him. many and many a time one and another of us would hate been left in the lurch and there would have bee:', no cotillon at all. "Yes, there are a few young?!- cotillon leaders in the field, but some of them are so inexpert that more than once the cotillon in which they were in charge came pretty near 1 eing a fail ure. "That's why Mrs. Vdr. uk. who gave a dance the other night in her own ball room, bad general ilam ing only. She found it impossible to find a dis engaged leader in her set. And now that she and several others have given a ditnee without a cotillon It goes with out saying that general dancing will be more or less i:i favor this winter with the young people. "At more forma! affairs, where older people are included among the guests doubtless the cotillon and handsome favors will be, as usual, leading feat ures: but for every one of such there is aiways a Pcore or more given for the younger pet. "There is another reason for the decline of the cotillon, and it is this: As a prompter of heart burnings 'and jealousy among young girls it has pever had n equal. For many years I have been a patroness of one and another of the subscription dances for young people, and there is never a' dance at which I do not wish t.nat the favors might be all burned up before the affair began. Some girls Pave got the lion's share of both dances an 1 favors, while others have had to con tent themselves with a very scant share of both. Hence the heart burn ings. In general dancing a man is apt to pair off wit'i any available partner, whereas ;n certain figures of the cot illon the few men called out at one time may choose to pick out the very girls who hate Jur.t sat down and that merrm ot ci'.irse ihat certain other gills are obliged to .sit longer between dances than they like. A skillful lead er can do much to equalize things, ly introducing figures which do not per mit of much picking and clmo-d r.g of partners: but then, as I have already said, few leaders are ueally clever. "For young people I consider gen eral dancing far better than the cot illon, ar.d I hope we can make it the fashion this v. inter at the subscription dances too, ii:d instead of favors, sub stitute pretty souvenirs uist. ibute ' impartially." 1 he quadrille is cemmg as to give an alternative P in general dam ing. It is m again ?o the lancers not by any means the stately affair of old days, danced to rivnm t tiii.e. Far from it. The up-to-date quadrilles are exceed ingly sprightly including as they do more or less marching, the ladies' chain and so on. For instance, one variety, danced the other night in a Fifth avenue ball roon groups the dancers in a circle instead of a squaie. and the various move ments keep all in motion at the same time. This quadrille has two or three nanus but the het known is "Th.:; .N'antucket." New York Sun. Wothing Succeeds Liko . Success. 15 KNOWN THROUGHOUT THZ SOuTMWCST AS A 1 on In CHRCN'C DISEASES IToljas the cmfldence and jiiitronnifo of tin leading bu;,:ufbs men, nr.il most promiDui (Mtizousof Arizonn. Tim JXcoria ' rr:ic!unto f Harvard Iiledicnl CoIIp-o Was formerly a mem ber of the F.hoee Island anJ Coloradi Sta'.e Medicp.l Societies, nnd L'mh.ii ti a i lh I'knmov hiA-t-ixek. Hciilih 13 wi ultii Kconomy to bo woil ! Are yon su Jcriiij,- from come chronic HUVctior:? Arc fou weak. Bick Hid unablo to perform ttie ordinnry duties of life ' It so, beware of p.-itcut medicines, j-;experi ncrrt and unskifloil physi cians. i)r. Hibbard employs none but rntional and scientific metlio'lb lm uses nn injurious drutrp in rpmovinc: the poisonous offsets of BLOOD AND PK1VATE DISEASKS from tin cysti'm. .SEXUAL WEAKNESS, with nil its baneful effects positively cured by the la'est and best, remedies. Chronic, nervous, blood, kilncy, iirinr.ry, bladder auit special diseases treated ia a strirtly up-to-date manner, iiibbard Building, 25-28 Sodth 2nd Av., Phar.ix, firizona. Consulti'.tioti ii"o. Hours 10 to l'- ; I to 3, and 6 to 7, Address all com:nnniot ions. SKILLFUL SUCCESSFUL 7t RELIABLE PROGRESSIVE Black Leg Vaccine. To Stockmen: We areagenisforCUTTEIl'S ULALft LLu VACU,L. Just IP received a freslilot of vaccine, injectors, etc. (no old stock to offer ou). You get what you ask it BEAR'S DRUG STORE, Opposite City Hall. Send us, your mail orders, prompt. We ai-ejgj Jkfe,', s N m V ITS l-ii IM u-s Our sale continues to be T0WK" TALK, and the scores of happy people who daily carry bundles from our store testify to the Genuineness of Oor Bargains. Do not delay be one of the first. Carefully calculate M i tip -mirp.hflsiTio- where you 25 per Clothing, Shoes, Hats and h ate 80 pairs, broken b and vici shoes, and lfiI5;Tl,s,, and velour shoes. Sale price I 9 I r Horse Blankets CLARK-PRATT ' VEHICLE. CO. 's $1,25 Shirts Today 50c. AVe have twenty dozen Goi! Shirts with detachable cuffs, the regular $1.23 value that we arc offering today at 50c each. All are colored figures and stripes and all sizes from 14 to 47 are ber..-. 'Tis the chance of the year to buy good shirts at less than half what they're worth. Don't Forget Our v nnwr nf nnA nollpr at mtr sal a get an HONEST .DISCOUNT of cent on the best makes of Sold in Phoenix. F lots, "Hanan" $6.00 RIDAY: JBE-R.G Winter Lap Robes and Harness Warner's Corsets. The necessity for style as well as fit was never more urgent than now. There are plenty of Corsets that f.t buti corset that creates a bet ter, figure is the proper model for present fashion. We count War ner's Rust rroof models the corsets that not only fit but do something more create with perfect ease the fashionable outline. You are safe in counting on them a large per centage of women who have beauti ful figures are wearing Warner's Rust Proof models. We have an experienced Corset fitter to see that you get the right model. 3d Annual Rummage iviuuiAi, jArauiKi loin. away away huge Furnishings and $5.00 tan calf ..nn viri fa k CP A Fine and Complete Stock of Runabouts and All Styles of Carriages and Wag ons. Corded Wash Silks ' . 50c. This assortment of, Wash Silks s W the largest we have ever shown and R comprises every shade of 1904. Bet ter get yours now before the better pattern have been all picked out as they are selling rapidly. Kvery 9 piece of these goods is guaranteed fast color and there is no moi ap propriate fabric for Fhoenix shirt waists. Sale Which Opens 1 i