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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING,' MARCH 17, 1004.
3 We are Headquarters for Tennis and Golf Goods. AGENTS FOR Spaulding's Base Ball Supplies and Eastman Kodaks and Films. We do developing promptly and with care. Don't fail to hear the auto matic banjo which we have iust rpreived. j The Berryhill Co., Corner First and Washington Streets. - r i Navajo Jackets. v A new lot just in. You may thlnls the Xavajos are not making as good blankets as they used to. Come In and ook these over. They are as pood as we ever had in the store. Xo bad colors, no poor designs. 'They are a selected lot and if you want something to take away as a souvenir of Phoenix here's the chance of your life. Trices? Oh from $10 to $10. Sizes from 3x3 to 6x10. Ixjts of cheaper ones too. The Curio. Corner of Jefferson and Second ave nue, facing the court 'house square. . LOCAL III INTEREST ELKS MEET. TONIGHT. Pnocnix lodge, No. 235 of Klks is to meet to night. There will be inittatio.: and a good time. STRUCK BY BRICK. Harry Pack wood, a bricklayer was struck on the head yesterday by a falling: brick. The missle htt him on the back of the cran ium and inflicted a painful scalp wound. ANOTHER CANDIDATE. It was stated yesterday that Kugene Brady O'Neil would probably be a candidate for school trustee in district No. 1. His friends are endeavoring- to prevail up on him tu enter the race. BUYS MORE PROPERTY. P.. H. Greene yesterday Fold to frank Haw kins lots 13 and 15 in block 10 of the Irv'n addition ,the consideration being 5150. Iiawluns recently purchased lots 0 and 11 Iti the same block. ITe pro poses tu erect a home m the property. EASTENER TO BE BURIED. James Uoston. of Philadelphia, who died in the city a few days ago Is to be buried today. The funetal will be held from I.lohn & Dorris' undertaking parlors at 10 o'clock this morning. Rev. Gibbons officiating. Interment will be at the Rosedale cemetery. TOTAL REGISTRATION The total registration to date for the Tonto road bond election to be held April 11. if 94. Tho registration has been in pro gress since Thursday of last week and will continue until midnight of March 3). At tio ast hond election there were 1,202 registered voters. AGAIN ARRESTED. Thomas Mur man, an Irishman of diminutnve s'.e began celebrating St. Patrick's day yesterday and as a result he is now in jail. He acquired a glorious drunk and then raised a disturbance on tho corner of Washington street and First avenue. He will be dealt with by Jus tice Buinett this afternoon. Murman has been arrested several times of late. FUNERAL OF W. H. POUNDS. The funeral of W. H. Pounds took place on Tuesdav' morning from St. Mary's church. Mr. Pounds, who was well known In Phoenix, died the morn ing before at the Sisters' hospital, aftr a long illness. He came to Phoer.ix about four years ago and for a long time was employed by Buxton & Co., as bookkeeper. A couple of years ago he left Phoenix and went to the coast. He afterward lived at Prescott for a short time and then returned to Phoe nix. Hi? illness dates from about a year ago brt for the four months pre ceding his death he had been con"neJ for the most part to the house. He leaves a wife and children. Mr. Pounds leaves many friends in Phoenix who regret h's death. I. O. G. T. ANNIVERSARY. On Monday evening next 'Garden Valley Lodge No. t will celebrate her twenty sixth anniversary, in the Fifth Avenue Christian church, in a public meeMncr. The old charter bearing date March 21.st, . 1S7S still Sangs on the wall of the lodge room. A complete roster of the members from that time to the present will be an interesting exhibit on this occasion. The members of tlvi lodge have seized on this opportunity to tender to A. P. Walbrldge a fare well reception, and have invited thi other lodges of the county to join theni in the demonstration. Invitations have : also been sent to other organizations in which Mr. Walbridge has been active to participate in the exercises. Mr. Walbridge has been an active member of the lodge for more than sixteen . and has contributed much to the success of Good Templary, both in Maricopa county and the territory at large. His removal to California will be deeply regretted by every member of the order in Arizona. A MYSTERY TO HIM. .Tohn Haw kins, colored, late porter of the Casino, was arraigned in Justice Burnett's court yesterday on a charge of grand larceny in the theft of $143 from the saloon. His trial was set for tomor row morning at ten o'clock. Though the money, or $122.10 of it was found under his bed in a place of evident con cealment. Hawkins professes to know nothing of the manner of its coming there and he announces that he will fight the case. He has employed an attorney. The money, mostly silver, was hidden in a woden box made from a sheath for electric, wires. The boj: itself looks more like a solid piece of scantling than it does like a box. If Hawkins had thrown it in the wood box, or had left it lying about the house in an exposed place it would probably not have been r.oticed. There were several "ifs" in the way . of the success of Hawkin's enterprise. If he had not let a barrel of ueer fall upon him he might have got away. o Telling you about maple syrup sug gests TOBOGGAN. Try it and you'll use it. .;, .;. ,. ! ! ,. x ,;, ,v ;. ,. ,. I PERSONAL. -l- ! ! ! !! ! ! ! M- The following guests registered at the Hotel Adams yesterday: W. P". Hawley, Omaha; T. J. Norton, Los An celen; D. M. Ferry, Detroit; E. D. Calinv New York; E. B. Gage, W. T. Staunton, Tombstone; James R. Thome and wife, Denver; A. li. Sha hon, P. H. Saddler. San Francisco. The arrivals at the Ford Hotel yes terday follow: Charles Roe, Den ver; Mrs. Scott Heywood and child, Dr. 1?. 11. Lee, Jennings, La.; K. G. Kin kead. Los Angeles; J. W. Harpstrito. Yuma; Austin H. Hart. Charleston. S. C. raevengers to leave lliocnix via tbe Maricopa and Phoenix railroatl yester day were: Louis Melcher, for Sin Francisco: John Bradley. fr Portland: R. O. Cameron, for Campbell, Mo.: J. P. Swanson. for Colorad Springs; R. S. Wooton. for Louisville, Ky.; H. M. Harper and wif. for Fre.-no; Anna Benton, for Los Angeles; S. Staple, for San Francisco: J. Wilson', for Sentinel. Persons leaving the city this morn ing by tho Santa Fe were: Mrs. W. IJ. Gonea. for Garland, Wyo.; H. B. Mc Kell. for St. IiOui: J. M. Kelly, for St. Josr-'h- Miss Julia Young, for Denver: Mrs. Rhodes, for Sacramento; Mrs. M. M. Leonard, for Hutchinson; I. Roser.- bcum and son, for Milwaukee: J. J. Burnhart, C. A. Burnhart, C. H. Bun fcra, for Los Angeles; A. W. Doclitt'e, for Williams; Percy Campbell, for Wil-I CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Begins Efforts in Favor of the Tonto Road Bonds. The campaign committee appointed by the board of trade to further, the bonds for the construction of the Tonto road met yesterday afternoon in the board of trade rooms and formally commenced its work. The committee organized by electing C H. Akers chairman and then proceeded to map out plans for the campaign. The committee decided as Its first endeavor to ascertain who are entitled to vot at the bond election, and then as a second matter to ascertain ' how each and every voter stands upon the bond question. When a voter is found who opposes the proposed bond issue the committee decided t siiuld use its best effort to convert the back slider" and convince him that -he is sue of the bonds is the thing the city should do. A question was raised as to tho technical- phrasing of the advertise ment calling the election and Mr. Akers was appointed to confer with Judge Kibbey about the matter and ascertain if the advertisement is in due legal form. T. T. Powers was ap pointed to attend to the advertisement cf the coming election and to see that the newspaper are supplied with all the information desired. The committee will meet caln this afternoon. I Wo 5S2S 1,000 lbs. English Breakfast Tea, at 20c. At Wakelin Grocer Co. 1 . AN OLD MAN'S FREEDOM Parole Granted to H. C. Donlolgh, a Forty Tear Man From Navajo. Governor Brcdie yesterday granted a parole to Harry C. DonJeigh. a forty year convict from Navajo county. Don leigh was convicted of murder in 1896. He was an old man, and so far as known that was bi first infraction, of the Taw. It was believed at the time that the punishment imposed was too severe, and some ' of his ' friends had even been confident of his acquittal. He was either the owner of a saloon . or was employed in one. One day a young man greatly his physical supe- j rlor entered the saloon f eking' trouble. Donleigh ordered - him out and 'he went out, but soon after re turned, abusive and threatening. Don leirrh shot and killed him. Self-defense was pleaded at. tha trial ar.d a very ood case was made out. About three years ago a movement for his parole was begun. A petition signed by many of the most prominent residents of Mojave county was sent to the governor. There were also let- . j ters from many persons familiar wit a the circumstances of the cas?. Among those who interceded in behalf of Don- leigh was Judge Owen T. Rouee, who ' said that it was his understanding that when Donleigh fired the fa-tal Fhot h's nv.'n life was in danger. There wis no conclusive action on the original petition, and some mo 'the A y "4 M 8 i Although we sold an unprecedented number of beautiful hats on our opening days, last Monday and Tuesday. The showing of Dress Hats will continue all this week, and our trimmers are working overtime to keep a large selection on display. We are acquainted with the styles most in demand and have done our utmost this season to please everyone. Having made a personal study of all the new and exclusive designs in artistic Milliner' this year in the great markets, we are prepared to guarantee our customers absolutely reliable' values both in materials and styles. We believe that we have the best millinery stock in quantity and quality that has ever been offered to the lad it of the Salt River Valley. . ... As to our prices ae leave .that to the ladies themselves, believing that they are capable of judging whether we are treating them right or not in that respect. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and see us this week especially. The New Spring Stock of Suits and Skirts Has Arrived. All the Light Spring Weights tern's Suit and Cloak House. - M ngo Interest In the case was n;v?ved by i Hon. F. W. Xelon of Wins'.ow, who wrote the governor that he had as- j curtained that Donleigh's health, was i tailing rapidly and . that if he were not released roon he would die in prison. Inquiry was made into the ca-e by the board of control. It was found that Donnelly since hi? imprisonment had j b?en employed in the drug dcp.ax tnrent r.f the penitentiary; that he had bt:n a .mncltl priso-ner-and that his health waj falling rapidly.' Taking Into account tVw facts set forth in the petition and the character of the signets, the Lo.v:d recommended the parole to Donlelg1".!. Dcnleigh is a native of New Oriear.3 and was educated in that city. Pis neighbors in Navajo county said that during his residence there that fatal quarrel was Jhe only one he ever had. He was v el! liked by all. Mr. Nel-on and others have already found employ ment for him In s. drug store. Pardons for restorations to citizen ship were also granted yesterday to Oliver .ToOinson and Atha Davis. They were convicted of grand larceny in Yavanal county in November, 1001, ar.d were sentenced to Yuma for three vars. Both of them were cattkH-sw Jfhr.son I.as relatives living in tk-i county. Their restoration was rc"! mended by the superintendent rf ! i-riscn, who says that they have V-ert mode! prisoners and for som lUv.ij have been engaged as trusties. , . l rue to u. it. t. U... 1 4U' for fretf circr':ar ' . j ?WZH-..-. . ... r "orea pen in Arizona. M 0 0 0 B 0 000000 00000 0000000000000000O m vent! 1 m m MtPV mm OPEillC. 1904. Music from 2 to 5 P. M. by "Los Ratas" Orchestra. , T;- ,- l -" . i-e'n ', :.i,W Music from 2 to 5 P. M. by Los Ratas" Orchestral. THE ANNUAL DISPLAY OF G NERV TAKES PLACE AT THIS STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 18 AND 19. 0 0 3 8 Two reception days days of splendor days of welcome. A grand exposition of rare Millinery conceits, consisting of the fiaest examples of Paris Pattern Hats from Mme. Peymis, Caroline Reboux making in all a :, Mme. Virot, A. Felix, Mme. Muzillage, Mme. Pouyanne, Loise Pujol, Sr. coupled with the 'wonderfully clever conceptions of our own corps ti expert artists, display that for Modish Designs, Richness of Materials and Low Prices has never been equalled in Phoenix. THERE IS A CHARM AND ELEGANCE TO OUR HATS That make them first in the thoughts of fashionable dressers. To attempt an extended description of the bewitchiag scene that will meet your gaze in our Millinery section would be futile. You can draw a vague idea of the treat that's in store when we tell you that we have outdone ourselves this seasoo. YOU AKE CORDIALLY LVVITED TO AT END. Always. Better for the Same Money Gr trie SAME FOP. LESS.