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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1904 'Jim SW L2 kU V Jj ? Years the Standard SI J SssiprovGs the ifam an?! efe to Sh feealfhfefeess of tfee fssdfl PRrCC BAKING POWDER CO.. CHiCACC. M'DONNOLD CAUGHT He Will Return to .Phoenix Without Extradition SterifTCcoK Left fcr San Diego This Morning Another Forgery acd Other Irregularities Brought Cut. I-.. 1.. MePc :?r.o! 1. !a:e ?, tl.e schools of I'h:.'i:.:. sti !(! :; afif rr. on at chii rge of forjfery mad.: ; V. F. Fuk .F, !-'.nt-:-r.d-"it S .'.IT; .-t-'.l Iiego oa aint him vvji'isr? ir. tar.ee .1 warrant was i.-r-ufd by Jo-tice Uurne'.t l ho night b -fore. Sheriff iVjk ree; i ved . tt-lera-.i :.: 3:3H o' 1 clc from HO'iitV irodrax. of S.ia Dli-jr o ur.t;. :iif rin- irg him of the arrest of MfDonr ad-.' lag that he ould waive cl I n'ecee ;:ng.'. The sheriff lelt tlrs i iii'iirrl'K; fi r .an I:ein. Ho will re t;:rr. with the pt honcr on Monday crj Tuesday morn.: rig. I !!(": it: fn: in j ; ion ian:c to the fT: e of the fh-riii' of th arrest of lliho.i-! i 1!. it wa- known that h:- r.n 1 b ei arrested, for a te! g-.-am was s'cceiv.d from him by J. A. C .-p land, w t'.i I whom ho h.'d hi a rded. who hii.l b friended him and v" ii ?e c onfid -: no he, hatl betrayed. The Wtesrani i n forme 1 Mr. Cfi-i'lariil that McDonnell wa in j trouble ;:r."1 asl-ieJ him to i-cmo to h's :i ssi--ta :ue. It e-or.ld not b l.arned until yes.or- div tht MoPor.tvld ! a. 1 sene to Diego, but ii stisj -1 - i fio-n the beginning that that wa.-- h's th fit'.n tion. Tn the str ry bv The Hei u'.Tcii wool; ago. This youni? lady is a Mi 3 Oj aw ford, who vth her mother, ypnt i the winter here and in Tempo. Till Crau fnrds nre wealthy and excellent people of the east. AVhcn McDonnold was arranging to come to Thoenix two years ago, in the course of hi.i correspondence with the school board he mentioned that -Ms wife had lately died and ho let it 1)2 under stood duiing- his roM ionce in th? ti y that he vas a widower. But that 1; not true. There is a gentleman In Phoenix who knew McDonnold in Tennessee. Hi3 record there and his .subsequent record i In Kentucky were bid. The E?nll?mn used to fro to rc'acol to him. Vis sill McDonnold m.-.;rit?d Mis! Jennie E rod. of Iaithorford, Tenn.. daughter of W. P. TO.rod, a b;inker, the owner of tha prater part of Rutherford and larpa tracts of land in that vicinity and alto gether the we-iltfci-st mm in that pa't of the? country. McDonnold got into freouent trouble in money matte: s and his f jther-in-law helped him out. Finally in IIorktnsv!:le. Ky., he en paped in an trrcqrulai ity somewhat sim ilar to the one he pra?r:CJd on Mr. Fick as. Th-rre was about $tJ09 involved. His father-in-law came to his relief this time, but he took his wife away frcm him aid announcsd that he would h3Vd nothing mor to do with his sen- in law. MoPmnoId and his wife have not been divoned. They have a ron nine years old. Their separation occurrel three years ago, His former pup!' says that McDon nold occupied a high rank as en edu cator In that part cf the country. He was principal of the schools at Ruther ford and at Union City, Tenn. Ha taught for a time at th? University ot Nashville and afterward r.t var'ovs places in Kentucky. His last position there was the superintendence- of th; ;.hoels at Hendeison. Ky. After comir:g to Phoenix he did n-t ldanli '""- ' .j;. j(J. o.uaint ince. or rather he would not ; recognize r.im. .McDonnel l l a 1 been heie some time when brother of hi i former pttril came to Piioenlx on a vis It. He hid been inMmate'v acouiintad I with UcDcnnnlil and was familiar with i his !-hady life in the south. Orp nfff'af j they met in the Mari.-opa c lub. Me ' Donm Id turned tiale &n i it wii five rrir-utes before he rpcovered from the c-orstt-rnation into which he had b:en thrown bv the meeting'. Htfore McDonnold had b?en In Phce rix three month? letters began to be re ceived here from places in the south where h had been guilty of irregular ities. Or.e of -these letters i-me frcm P;ln I Hen lers ni. Ky., w here he had mi-ap- i propriated a large sun ;f monoy. Thus j letters were not sent to members of th" school boerd. but to people Tio had hre from the south. They di t ,,- iTd.'!nnt mk 'hem rublic, dealing ti Rtve m mm mw& n mm m w Makes Friends Fast and Fast Friends stw N N The Cigir You never tire of- IARQEST SELLER "fJ THE WBRLB. The Hand is the Smoker's T refection. 5c. jffi 4? It Mas after banking hours. Would Mr. 1 agt.. m 'ftg.ie. 17 head cattle. Thomas cash his check on the Vl ey T. X. i '1 intmi to I ho -nix X . bank for $"iOV Mr. Thomas was about to , IJanl.. lnortgage, l'ti he: d catl ! p.ccede when he got to wondering why j T. 11. Jr.aen t Kphraim T.. mpkim i McIY nr.old had not paiil the bank it- ! naa lga ;e, 10 head cattle. t.o.-.a.. n. attentive ' - r'nnr;!d a chance to live d-;vn t'.-.o he had p-.-obablv f.i'lov.ed a y t" v hom h? had been very durintT l'S! v.int'i-, aid ;t ws known1''2'" I that sh left i ;r Kan D;t-po more than a ( There is n Impression now that he did not carry a great deal of money cwpy with him. Whr.t became of hU salary, to say nothing e;f the m-.rey h I "rRst Vf '?iV?i ki rUVv fir. UUE vi f; a I I li V'i'i C-V:', such speedy tirriestrcnsthen a;i Allccck's T ti -i tA Vi m or fl-'-if relief and cure nr. J at the ram the side and restore er.en'y Porous Plaster. A pain ;:: the rijbt siJc, hewever, is often cati- ed by t!i:ck-.i:ir. t-f tl:e hi!: which Ie.id to gall stones. Tic best treat tit is to wear an Aiiccch's Plaster as hown in the i'.!i:strat:on. ur.til cured. You'll he sr.rrrited to t:nd how soon you a: re::ex V K!lo-a ';!i'-i.' I'jrt I 1m rl's Z'.'.iu'rr s arc i f u'- s-lul ex--i !ii to-iiav. and Mit.-iin no S.clla- doniia, opiuai or a;iy pji.-on v. ilevcr. I Alice s ft! F-lf by check instead of by cash. It turns of that McDonnold l.al a long lire of credit, but Ihit lie had po: neat ly to the end of it. There j.re laun dry bills, bicycle bills, tailors' LilK tic. For several months he stems to hr'i bren prcmpt with two creditors, i'u paid the interest on the Fic kas nit 2 regularly each month, and he paid his board bill, but after all be finally 'et his landlord in for what i3 iqual to .i very big board bill. BASEBALL JUNE 19 obtained by fraud, ty beating' h's' creditors and by bcri ov. inj. is a rays- ' t-ry, for he had no expensive hacit. : Prescott Team II2S Accepted Chal It is suspected that he was s niintr j lenge of Phoenix Players. money to :-omcbody who knew f ome-' thing ef his past; that h? was a v i'lin j of binrkrr. il. Setn"ttmes accour t nsrl There is to be a real baseball game ( Xatioital Cash litgitcr ' '. to ('has. D( nof. i ', re;c. -e, two cash I'egi t r-. ti.'i.rge F. Merry rr.ii n to Abcrtnthy Fair.itut'e t o.. mcjrtgage, one hears1. 11. J. jjenmu. nsl., to Fiaid; Iktutn. i ' lease. 1G h- ad cattle. , Vallev l-n" to (u ". K-11, r:U-a:-o, ; -It head cattle. : Dwi::ht l': Tic rd to M. 1-. ",iljboas. ! r:lci:s,-, X. K. 1-4 of K. 1-4 of sec. Vj. township 1 X.. range ". K. j K'.ate Mutual II. & L A?.mi. to Marion J. Sharp and wif". r'-ieas-, lots lit. "0, 21 .Til 'Sl. bloi k r,;5. Montgomery nuc'n. Annie- I. Dotwtii r ar.d htisbond t i M. J. Sharp, d ed, lot - 17 and IS, blotv: S. Montgomery :i(idn. Ktter J.:;o-.. co-partr.ersh:p. F .tiaeis and Merchants' Hank to Ten.pe Creamery and condensed Milk Co.. 1.1 lease. C acies of X. W. 1-4 of ecc. L3, twp. 1 X. range 5 K. Charles N" T.iylor, assigne?, to t'tc Motmoa Clitl Mining Co., lien. Mo mo,i Girl mining c laim. Fred D. Hl..ckme;- to the pub'Ie, no tice c-r.nal location. X. AV. 1-4 of sec. 3i, township 1 X., range 2 K. J:iiua L. K;.ain ar.d wife to iulmuni H. Hp it'-, tie-d. V. 1- cf W. 1-2 rf X. K. 1-4 of sec. 5, town -hip 1 rarrtte .' '. : hen t. Lockwood Jr. to Hairy Tho'.np-on, mortgage, three horses, et.-. W. l. Wetcimarj and wife to Ii et.ix Uuiiding & Loan Assn., mortgage, I. :, feet. Xeahr's ad'In. I Upmaim's li o ii for his temporary embarrassment, h. ' said that he was sending mon"y to Ms I r-ther who was engaged in business In Trrtr.eFsee. j T.. s:; than ri year ago a pack ige of. letters b: longing to him Wfs foun I. They threw a great deal cf light on h's r.-: hern life and thoe who saw them were nr t sifpil-ed at llie disclosures! f AVednrsilav night. There was one let- I ter from his mother in which she state I that sh- alone had not lost faith In hitn. This package of letter? was tak en to a member of the school lioard who w?s known rot to b--- friendl.- to Mr-' L :iac 1 ). He advise '. ;hem to be given to another member of th"" board, by whom thf-v v.ere r turn-d to McU ir r.old. Xf it her f the trustees -ever sj ok- of the letters until yesterday. J A pre. at many p; ople slo -d aroitnd jettrday looking upon the ruin cause! j bv the- caving in of the character cf McDonnold. Many things which lad been hidden were found among the- dp- ; bi is. It was brought to light that the 1 fraud practieel upon AV. F. Fi-k is ) was only one of mnnv frauds. Tiier is , at the Valley bank beating tve I forgecl signature or J. a;. opoiarwi. i .t , note is for and was given to W. P. i Tii'dtardson. It was pat t ally secured ' i bv orders for warrants for hi fal:-y: in this village on the P.'th day of June ; this year, if present plans carry. As i has been announced fiom time to time j the Phoenix baseball team has. been I doing soma honest conscientious prae ti e wot k lately and it is now in posi tion to play good br.ll, or at least it thinks it ia. Jt has also been anr.ounc-d that a challenge was sent to the I'resicut baseball team and yesterday an answer i was received by Messrs. Walder. and ' Mansfield, C'aptain and Slanag'.r jf the j Phoenix le.'m. from li. 1. McCoy, manager of the Prescott team. The i answer in part is "I will accent your challenge for a panic of baseball on the j 19th to be pla.ye 1' i:i Phoenix under the ' terms and conditions mentioned in your letter anil wc will . do what we can iiiii S I n note at I forged sif to bri::g a good crowd of rooters with us." On receiot of the answer to the challenge the making of a rr o iig. n.em fer the game began in earnest. It is understood the visiting tarn will be hospitably entertained, given the best rooms and the best meals in the citv. extended every possible courtesy, then rkinned in the ball game. The last ! phrase may seem a little? boastful and ! really was cdued to the statements ' made by the playeis. in the interest of : home pride, but the Phoenix player Every mother feels great dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming A mother Bhoald be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and danger incident to tho ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Mother'. Friend i3 the only remedy which relieves women of the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman's t-iverest trial is not onty made painless, but all the danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy ; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and tha 6erious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," cays many who have used it. $i.oo per bottle at drug stores. Book containing, valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to anv address tree upon application to li tnKH Kr.P LRADFSLLO hcCULATOH CO., AUsn's. Cs. 0 Li BMUJ Southern California Advertisements oua net igar TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS tf.J Over 25 years America's standard liigii grade cigar. Ko matter iiow fastidious your friend's taste maybe, yon need not hesitate to offer Mm a cigax of this old reliable brand. If he is a : quality, he will that Upm ami's oticmet Cio;ar is soft JSw ' hand made from the best quality of Havana tobacco. Sold by all up-to-date deal ers everywhere. 6 Sizes iZ lOcts and 2 for 25cts. but thfti-e were not enough of the or- j are expec ted to make ood ders and Mr. Kiclnrd: on irs'st- d iron ' " two sureties. McDonnold finally gav? him a not-- cr.dorsel by Mr. Cop land nd F. P. Trott. Wh n Mr. nieharOs-rn went away he ptit th" nnt'- into the Vallev bank to be collec ted when du Mr! Co 'eland1:' altent'on was called to the signature yesterday anil he pro- kit M nour.ecd it a forgeiy. but that was tvi- dent on the fiice. Mr. Trott was out r' town but it i-s believed that his slg- The following transcripts of the rec ords of the offices of the district clerk, the probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract and Iitle company. The records for yesterday were. DISTRICT COURT. 1 I Ernest Crlsmon vs. Sarah Ci ism in, .divorce: J. C Phillips, atty. I Anna G. "Wilson vs. AVilham Griffith, breach of pr.omise, S30,C0; A. J. Ed . wards, atty. PROBATE COURT. Joan F. trustee. I Albert iZ. (.on verse Ksta'o, . distribution. John Van Tuyl E-tate, decree of set tlement of account. Hiil F.state, c rtler appe inting demote j o! jtsage know RECORDER'S OFFICE. Jesun Dicz, lce ation, IVrie k mine.. Vulture dist. Frank A. flaunt Lo E. J, l.utb r.enn.tt, - nature is "( nuine. It was l"a rii0cl th -t McDonnold had taken this note to H. A. Diehl end others, but they refus d t; accept the risk. For some time before leaving the city M' Donne'd had an overdraft of $S at the Vallev bank. Cashier Lloyd P. jChiisty learned that be was g'ns away on a certain night and called him up by telephone. McDonnold re; li 3 I , that he would fix the overdraft in a few days. Mr. Ciiristy replied that if would j have to be- fix"d at ur.ee MeDonno'd i the ii said that he would turn over as ' security some voue hcis for his : alary, ' but Mr. Christy insist, el upon the ca-h. McDonnold shut off the telephone and Mr. Christy went to see- him in j ct-son. Mil' innoid told hon that h" ha 1 10 money, when Mr. Mi: i-ty remind".! him! ! of the oiic-hers which he had cffe.edi : and whie-h if genuine c ould lit; turned . ir.to mone y, but there were no voiichcr.il land a settlement was fina.'.ly effect d ' by Mr. Cot eland going on McDonr.o'.d's note for $100. C.iss.elt 'I nomas had a narrow eseapjj There should always be found a bot ! on the same evening. He and McDon-j tie of the famous Hostetter's Stomach ! nold roomed at Mr. Copeland's. Mr. j Bitters. It in good for every member Thomas, in the course of the afternoon, of the family and if taken at the start inadvertently mentioned to McDonnol 1 may counteiact a long sick spell. Xo I that he had unexpectedly receive 1 $5.") other is just as good nor so safe and th t afternoon. After the visit of Mr. Christy to the boarding house, McDon ' nold sought to turn even that unfriend ly call to his advantage. He told Mr. Thomas that hr; had endorsed a check for a clear friend and that the payment ;f it had fallen upon him: Mr. Chri-ty, i he said, had just bee n there and he ha 1 I paid It; he feared now that he woul I I not have enough money for his vaca Jtlcn; that ist enough ready money and IN EVERY HOME &' .-H--'' i HOEGEE'S SPORTING GOODS CATALOG is n regular eticycioped'a ior sportsmen and atLL:ie"-i it's ono of list iiueht anel mott complete catalogs of baseball, lootball, ten nis and athletic good-i, games, etc., ever published, eti'l if you're inu rested ia any of tlio inelior or outdoor Fport8 or gamen, let'a get aceniaintceJ. Ot:r catalog will introduce us and wo l opo induce you to give ua your business. rite for it. WM. H. HOEGEE CO. Tent.-, A'vnir!-, Srcrtir.g Gerd liUlls, Liot. . 3 t;iiiiL', Hones. Hammocks, .s C- i AO-1 42 O. MAIM CT. VjiJ 1 l-CG AMGELEO. ' 'S&i?V CALOSNIA. LOS ANGELES Iake it your home for the summer reliable. 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Te!feno St. hi - S coil's Sanlal-Pcpsin Capsulss a positive cvnz Ker I n ?. snima; ion ir t't rr of the lilnnlrr ul llxufi Ki !'.' . No cur tn liirri qi::ct!r mi If. -us nvotly th prn ex n (rjnerrhc scd ;itt. r nm'.ter of ho U,t e Ik. At.oli!to:y .' t-old bv druis i:. I n. 1 i-i. or r n ail. )-3ar;i i io, a b-.V i. TKt SIFlTAi ririH CJ, ELViCr I- HULETT. AGENTS. W. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Ir.surace, 102 West Kdams Strrit. Fifield & Gallsgfier 6EXERAL CCNTRA5TS?.J m SL'PEF.iHEfiTS Etltnte Pr!h.J Koomi II 1J-1 Pboeuix. Arisen. Joe rifleld Oeo. II. OadUffkajr. 4 Just as Easy 9 hrf-i L-JL 1 ' A COPYBlCtlTAJ I ' 1 to cook over gas aa over coal or k osene tnvch easier In fact. But you ought to think, too, of the freedom, fro-n dust and ashes, the immediate proluc lion of heat, the paving of temper f wife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed breakfasts -when you use gaa. A us all about It. Fbosnlz Liglit & Fuel Co., Cor. lit At a. t.iid Je3rBon. Tel.