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iHE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IORMXO, APJSIL -G, l'JOd.
3 THERE-IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR - prJiJ $m mm ma " iaii 40 Abocjuteiy Pure ST IS A MMTTEE OF HEALTH LEMON HOTEL CASE th-? anluml 1?1. instil t n tnr.tn- law cf Pasqual. When the ro i-in-ln.v IcarneJ Avho the thief wns he tlfoline.l to prose cute Mm. It was thc-n Cectdcd to do business with h!m or. thA United Slr.ti-s Ciiflrge. It was) evident by tli's t:m th:l he- did rot in' to leave the country and it would never do ti let him go back to the rcsi-rvation feel 113 tiiit he was Immune from l'unlh nii'nt for his misdeed.'. Paqual admitted pettlncr the wlr.e for Joe King:, but he said he r,nd King! had been exi-hang-ing- : trenfi: drink and he thoiTjsht it wis up to him to treat. Ili didn't ivont to feel like a p'.ker. !!; tried to involve other members of th? Fimn tril,? in the orgy, but Joso Kins j said he and Pasqual were alone in t'e sin. The commissioner decided to ho!d Pasqual and ,-isked him if he hid any moniyvto y.iy a lnwysr. Pacqual said ; h-; wanted a lawyer and feme IIto would have $T comi.is- to him with which he would- remuneraif his legril representative. The subject cf the law yer was diopped by the conm'piorter .ind lie fixed the bond of Factual at $J(M Wb.cn this was rmde known to him through the interpreter PasqujI reached for his vest rocket after th money, but v.nforlunatciy he hal l:ft his vet at homo. Brinff your prescriptions to drug store, Opera house block. Dowl The shrewdest buyers In Phoenix patronize Dowd's drug store. Opera house block. T!ie Proprietor Has a Prospect Possession. of 1 MR. WALKER'S DRESS SUIT The jury in the case of thi Mr man Fruit and Stock ion-piny acrai 1-lllen I.isenbee fcr tho ios.-e.-i )n thi Tj'inon hotel, in which tho fe; ant is charged with b-'ins a t-.spas-e: jc.;d for rent for the hotel for several months, vesterdav returned a -. i-r-llf t of y-1 i?t of, d- berr.m n the court of a Jxt?ti-.e cf the ncacu in which a verd'.et was found for l!.o defendant. It was g rcially coi- evded t'ust thoufrh the law miht be oil th side of the plniatiff. juries wo ill rn$sinrf the O&I7 Nifcht in the Year likely b'- ;ou:-.d on the other s"d'i. Th 1 ,v. R vtnt,A It defendant reliel for porssion of the j When He Wanted It. nrcrcrtv on an alleged verbal under- the form rt ir.p the thi standing- with Oolom-l Jc-rry Miilay. the I orent for the pluntift and nTfO en? 01 I!".' ;.:Ui-iir-ys fcr the plaiMilT, that she i:::p:ht kep the hotel for a year f:eni lart October. ' I lliardlnc: the c".a:m f?r rei.t, the d -fmdart Mvor.; that she had ni-.d-? cer-i tali: rrpilrs about the place and thit slie wrs to liavi the rent for such r- , pair. I In tho su'.t for foreclosure of Herbert K. TV?ry asrainrt T. A. Fulton, ju-Jg-: rue-t w.-'.i Riven the pluintiff. 1 Tiv? greater part of tho day was t.-ken up with the cases of I...bb!e Giod- ' win ac?ir.st F. L. Sherman et al an 1 1 I". 1.. Fhetman et r.l against J?s-e We are cured: let us cure you. No "'- . 4 - ' DltAWU SIXO SOXO or TIMEJ t- rta.n scuth s.de lanl havo be n t,,. . .i... c?,:, , ' befoix- ti'- court for month in the; jllA i . uui sl't-c iau 1 1.1c irtit-in.ir Speech for Stammerers. Send for "not pruilty, diet in the case, nol sa"'t ( us a civil o.v All that the plSntiff h.is painod by tht! lltisfitiou so fr.r is th"? in-osp.ct cf Funo time resainlnc possesion cf the pr ipe rty. That will oicur at tlie en 1 of Hie yc-ir, in Octob?i. T.e suit wis STAMMER? booklet, testimonials, and high in dorsements. Mntural Kpccch Academy, 1032 Kast USth St. Los Angeles, Cal. Clean Washing is a Science Science is Knowledge. We have the Knowledge ! ARIZONA LAUNDRY, Cor. Adams & 3d St. Those Main 31 County Treasurer J. Klllott Wa'ker is net exactly a society min, but now and then, say once a yer, be finds it re cessary to attend a Fecial function. For oc-ensicr.-! of this kind he nnintairis a drers suit. Involving a srik-talel roat. Putting rn th'.s suit is to C'.r. "Walker a pood d?al like encasing b'm self in mediaeval armor. ::r.d wh n he tak-s it off he feels the same relbf he exr( rler.ee" on e'.ection n'phts. II wculd not wear It at all. but sometimes he ust has to trn to society even's and then he submits himself to tort'ire mes: heroically. Fcr some time H. I. Latham ha b?en lodging at the hous. of Mr. V"rl)ter. There Is a wardroli" in the rom late'y occupied by Mr. L-th3m and in that wardrobe Mr. Walker kept his so-dny clcthes concealed. Jawt Saturday Mr. Latham moved back to his own resi dence on North Cent&r street and pre paratory to moving be gathered up ,T , . everyiimis in si-nt 111 in mijim m for any ense of Catarrh that cannot be.fl'if'l his tmr.k". Mr. alters cir'sa cured hv Ttall's Ca?rrh Cure. uit went with f.ll tic re?t. J.Ir. Lath- F-J- HEN'P' C 1Pr,rsl;riT"'1T i ' air. did not k to see what It wv., but We the unders1 tned. have known r . J. , rhpnrv fnr the last IS vears. nd believe the fact (Mat it was lit bis room wai form of motion, demurrers nrd ct: comnlaints. HOW'S THIS! him perfectly honorable in all business transactions "and financially aMe to carry ! out arjv obligations made bv their firm. ! West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To ! llo. O. ' Waldlng. Kmnan & Marvin. Wholesale j lnit:rists, Toledo. O. I TtalPs Catarrh Cure is taken Internally. acting d!rectly upon the hlool and mi 1 cous surfaces of the system. Price. 5c. ' per tattle. Sold by all Druggists. Teeti- ronni'ls free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. HORSIS! HORSES! j I have decided to remain at the ! Ambrose Corral. Phoenix, a few days i longer to buy another load of horses. ! Want the same class as last week, i W. L. COOKE. SCNG RECITAL Musical Entertainment at the Chris tian Church Tonight. For R.ent. The Gilbert Lodging Mouse, West Adams street between 2d p.nd Od avenues. R. H. GREENE, 42 N, Center St. I FtillonSn.ar is th? prn;r?mme for tb? sons: reclti.l to be given by the pupl's of Mrs. Cravens at the Christian hur h toTiiht. T!".r will bo no ad- 1 mis.-ion fee and the public is cordially Invited to atter.d. Piano S 'lo. "Minuette," Pad. rewski, Chi: lies Sterling. "The Thought of You," Stanley, Mrs. Ida Swiggett. "The Hugle Callr." Kane, E. W. Cog girt. "Golden at Thy Feet," Kuber.sttin, ?.Irs. A. T. lloritieclrer. "I'l-.nomel?. Waltz," Vanderrool, Mrs. K. V'. PePow. "Tcil Her I Love Her So," DsFayo. Dow Iaggttt. Quartc-tte, Paptlt Cno:r. "Norwegian Lullaby." Mis Ituebella Rathbor.o. "I Lnve Yau." S'berkl, Parker. "Miv Morr.intr." Penza, Mrs. Lv moron. "Dear Heart."' M.tttel. E. P. Wilson. P.inshine Song." Gr.ig. Mrs. W. N. 7"iffaoy. "Cou'd I?" Tosti. Mrs. W. C. Pa-no-. "SoringV Awakening," Buck, Miss Lulu 'jewel!. ' A New Heaven and a New Euth." G aul, Krark A. 11 iblciiran. suffcient proof to him of his owner ship. It happened that that right of a.'l nights was Mr. Walker's nlirht to attend a social function. It was or.e of t' e events from which thre was no e-cap? for him. It seer-.-.eT, thrucrh. !f be would crape this time for once, for hi dres suit war- gone end a man can not ro into society in a business sait. At first there was a. great dfil of dis tressing conjecture as to what had hap pened tr- the dres rnit. but then it wis 1 err.mb'Ted that Mr. Latham had moved out that day and there was a I biro possibility that the mif-sing d e?s I suit had moved with h!ni. A ni'F-oner 1 Vl-ac cunr to ree about it and the dres suit was recovered So-iety th m breathed more easily for it wan not to ' r' deprived of the luminous prfP-ne3 ol Mr. Walkr. Hut before it was suggested that th? ruit might have been taken by Mr. Lntham, the Walk?r household w fried with suspicions of burglary and atcnts were sent c round to the ri-"-'.'ii-ihop:; rind second hand t teres to sje haw much the thief had gat on it. A-p M:.S3 :n a a l. Ar.g.e L.' Ik Through sleeper Phoenix to Chicago ia Santa Fe Saturday, April' Clilu This arrange-nctit avoids all changes en route. See us early for your servations. L. II. I.ANDIS, General Agent. re- IXDIAN LIQUOR DEALERS The Notorious Pasqual Tallen by Sort of Accident. Cut the Can and compare the quality of Fig Brand Evaporated ;jwith any cf its imitatlcns. r . jj -r r- f, -r J ,1 product 13. O Air.g to its jj . r.ravy cor.i:;!c::ce, wricn Veep; t'-.c b-.t!r fat cqa:iy f tr.e chcas a:.d tMn irr.ita- l:cr.3 vhicri a.iov trc t-Jt- tcr fat ta ri;e a-.-l fcrrn ur;gr.:;y ti;i BABY'S JCZEMA Top of Head Covered w'M Scales WMcli FesM dH TakiEi Hair 1 te. CORED BYJSHTiCORA Ng? Six Years Oil wffl Tkii Hslr aal Clean Care fmml- Pa si 1 nr. 1. a I'a;oi Indian. wa b- f-ir I'niic'l .t.it -s Co :rt omnd-ionc r Ji;.nst n y.'.-ierday ai a thirpe o." g'vir.g liquor to an Indian u: d-r tti "irtr of an Lilian sig-nt. Th r.ni:- ert 'f th" li'pior, two boltles f wie.e.j , Jos.' Kins, a I'im.a. Kln-.T w as ar-j j i'-t'd in the I.Jock Iasl "luesauy r.ig.M. iveiv diunk. :ie had. bsdd ttia wir.P I un.i.-r his belt, two bottles; in h s p:- k I mj. 'J ho J.ext morning be told wmi be go, it. It had been supp:t:d Dy an i Iiaiian by the name of vh HiCiC. c. 1 hi y the wnits. f ih-hock, and 1'afjual. I A warrant was issued for the a'rjst I i f Pfs:ual. but th?t? -3'.i no d- tei j j,.;u. d efort 1 ? oaten b'.m. It was ; thought that he would leave the rnun i try ;;nd that wculd be b'.tt-T for tb.-.-; 1'iiitM Hti-tes tbtr. bb- ai'lur-.- :ind ! t ou-; t iti'i" He w-is n't a govd ci'i'ca I a ay -. !! prohc bly mu'lil b.av; - i ; ijfn :irrci' i itr inn', ijiii "i 4 j I'" w,'-' arrr:-l'l ly Iie"'ty Sheiiff bn r "' I Z 'l-; " ' b ii rr cf b"! Sc rt"i!ili7. V v,i3 furiously i-tatea in" the cunip!aint '. I , that fie hers from Mr baby was about six wecis old when the top of her head became cov ered with tliick stales, which Wn::M peel and corae o3T, taking the Lair with it. It would soon form salu aral be as bad as before. I tried 'several thing and then went to the doctor. Unsaid it was Kczentfi, nnd prescribed an oint ment, winch did not do any ood. A Irend t-pok-- of Cuticu a Soap. I tricil it nml read 0:1 the w ripper ab -nt Cn'.l enra Ointment ns a rvustny f r Kczema. I bought a bor and ava-hed lu-r lieail in warm water and Cnticura Soap and gently combed lhc scalcx C". They did not come hack and her Iih't grew out line and thick, bhe Is now a yenr and a half old and hn no Cracc of Hcs ma." MUS. C. W. BUUrtKS.Inn'.stan Ave.. Brid.-posT, Conn.. Feb. 2l 1'J.S. Mrs. Barr wiite Keb. 2. 1H03 : My Ifai.y, who had Kczema very badly on her bend, as I toll ya before, afu r using the Cuticnra i:eme!t:s was cured. She Is now sis years old as.d ha- thick hair Snil a cl-:ia scalp." Insiuit relief and refreshing bleep for skin-tortured babies and rest for tired, worried mother In warm hath awith Cnticura Sap. and gentle anoint ings with Cuticura Ointment, purest of rmnllhvtts and greatest of kn cures, to lc followed In severe cacs by itliM doses of Cnticura Iie-olvcnl. Tills U the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per minent and economical treatment for tortnrinc. disfljruring. itching, barnin, blee!ing. sealv. crnsled and plmnlv skin nnd scalp humours, with loss of hvr. of Infant and children, n well as ndu'ts. and Is sure o Micceed when all other remedies and the best physicians fail. ald lhor I" world rT,e-n PnnlTMti. 1t of i:homU!c Coaf4 ntM. 1 vr rtl f Ail. (iinim.nl -Vr . ror. ? -r llrnwtn t I "nd T 'sruir hicr PJ.; Pnn. 5 Rn. d In Pntx: B.lAn. 1-T7 C4ini tun -- r.xurr D-or Chr. Cnrp.. pv l'ropncton. TTlff F" We want every woman to make this store her head-quarters dur ing the carnival. It makes no difference whether you are a stranger or not. When you are tired with the hurry and hustle of "seeing the sights" come in and rest. If you have a lot of packages that you are tired of carrying around come in here and leave them. We will have a young man here this week whose duty will be solely in tailing care of packages you may wish to leave so you may be. sure they'll be taken care of. In a word make this store your meeting place, your resting place, your "base of operations' ' during the carnival. You are welcome. We'll be glad to do anything to make your visit to the carnival a pleasant one, and if you need anything in our line well show you why Phoenix people say: "If it comes from Goldwater's it's good." 332 . SALE OF . : Ladies9 Neckwear Today The neckwear sale of last Saturday left us but 15 dozen stocks, turnovers, etc. All 20 on sale this morning at half price to close them out quickty Today is the time to lay in a supply of up-to-date neckweai at just half what it would cost you regularly and you should not miss it. All 35c Neckwear .today All 50c Neckwear today All 75c Neckwear today All $1.00 Neckwear today AH $1.25 Neckwear today !7c 25 c 37kz 50 c 62c Better not wait until too late in the day as they will no doubt be eagerly snapped up by early shoppers. ESS Umbrellas at Half I TOILET ARTICLES Ladies' Linea Collar All umbrellas on sale this week at exactly half price. Suitable for sun or rain. Better get one hadn't you? $1 50 S2. 00 ...$2. 5a S3.00 1 $.00 I S3. 00 Umbrellas fo 4.00 " $500 S6.00 " $10 00 " MEN'S NECKWEA.R. Our new assortment of summer neckwear consists of a great big showing at popular prices. For instance at ho cents you will find the best line of 'four-in-hands in Phoenix. ' Then we have the "shoe string" and club ties in profusion at 12 1-2C and 25c. Buy your ties here and save money. Perhaps 3'ou dont know that we carry TOILET ARTICLES. Well, we do, and 3'ou can at any time find the best of toilet waters, sachets, combs, and brushes, manicure goods, tooth brushes, talcum ponders, tooth powders and in fact all Icinds of toilet articles. Mtnnen's Talcum, 15c. Pears So3p 15c. -4711 Gly cerine Soap, 15c. Buy 3'our toilet articles here and 3rou will get the best to be had. S The ver3' newest things in ladies linen collars, have arrived and include some daint3'- new ideas. Besides the plain collars, -we have ihose with one row of hem stitching, with two rows, with em broidered dots, and embroidered edges. The3' are as pretty as can be and we have them in v all sizes. 12 l-2c, 20c, 50c.. " ! TALI l.vT TE , VJJ'; SB MEN'S SHIRTS. Men's soft summer shirts, with or without cuffs in a great variety of new styles at prices fromji up. All the better makes are here Man hattan, Wilson Bros. , Wachusett, Star. M LDWATE r V i A f "SS ' Jc.-r iVing. It turn-1 ou though, that