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THE AltlZOJiA REPUBLICAN, SUNUAi 'MOKNINO, JULY 3, 1904.
It is the Hot Water Forced Through the Cloth THI 1 VACAT1 ION T Si IM F-foI i; a ti That removes the dirt not the rubbing; this only wears the fabric. The common dasher or rotary washers take too long and by far too much labor and they tear delicate clothing. You should invest in a Paragon Washer and have an inexpensive but good' laundry in your own home. Others are more than pleased with the results, and we are sure you would be ifyou but bought one. 5 r iff rs&,3!&f&- a n 1 f I EZRA W. THAYER 124-126 East Washington Street 127133 East Adams Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE JN FRONT. Tailoring Conditions in Phoenix at Present Why, we are as busy as bees. All . our help Is employed as in the busy season. We have the goods and styles and our people appreciate the fact that they can do better at-home than they can away in the larger cities both in style, price, fit and finish. We may say we are attending strict ly lo business twelve months In the year. Order your summer suits now. Our fall goods will be here August 1st and they are gems. D. NICHOLSON Importing Tailor. CONVICTED OF BURGLARY A Los Angeles Man Who Is Somewhat Known in Phoenix. Phoenix people will recall the rob bery of the Turk store on South Sec ond street last winter and the arrests that followed, in which two or. three men and a woman figured. One of the men was Walter Bell, and he was con nected with the case by E. S. Russell; who did a little detective work in the rear of his grocery store. Hut no case was made cut and lieil in a subsequent conversation with Mr. Kussell made all sorts of threats and spok?" in the highest erms of himself, saying he be longed to one of the best families of Los Angeles. Those " circumstances, therefore make the following story from the Ics Angeles Examiner an in teresting one: "The only kind of dope that I have had has been the beans over in the county jail." said Walter Hell when Judge Smith accused him yesterday of being addicted to "narcotics." Bell, u member of one of the best known' families in Southern California, was ftmd guilty a few days ago of burglary in the second degree. He was sentenced to two years in the peniten tiary, Judge Smith remarking that it was painful for him to pronounce sen tence as he knew the young man's family very well. When Bell appeared for his esntence his attorney, R. J. Adcock, argued, a The Strenuous Life Requires something to put vim and vigor in one's system. There is nothing quite so satisfying as a reasonable amount of . RAINIER BEER Ideal for hunting, fishing and other out- ings. MELCZER BROS. CO, Phone Main 75. 122 Adams street. M Sir. f , VP r t, it 1 WHY BEAR'S Drug Business Is so regular and steady There are 2 reasons why. First you are AM, treated alike with proper prices and promptness. . Second, you get what you ASK for at the BEAR'S Store. Drug Opposite City Hall. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Kend us your mail orders. ' :. motion for a new trial, but this was overruled, the judge saying that there was no doubt of the guilt or Bell, who took a purse and some other articles worth about $S5, from a curio store. After giving Bell his sentence of two years, the court asked the young man if he wanted a stay of execution of the sentence. Thep risoner said he only wanted two days and continued. "I want to go as soon as possible so I can get cut sooner. I want to go to Central America. I don't want to stay in the United States." "Well. I think you had better go up at once," commented Judge Smith. J" I understand that you are addicted to narcotics and have not control of your self at times." "I have never used anything of that kind in my Hfe," declared Bell consi derably exercised. "I -don't look like a dope fiend, do I? There has been a little prejudice against me and I think an eort hffas been made to bring it to bear o:i the .court." "No, no, no,." interrupted the Judge. "Well," continued the young man, "the only dope I have "had Iras been bms over in the county jail. I weighed 165 pounds when I went into the jail and now I am down to 133." His father Major Horace Bell wai not present. is what we want YOU TO KfiOW. , We sell, only the best gro ceries and you save money by buying from us. Remember we bar tb beat Tea and Coffee for the money. We deliver you order very promptly anywhere In tows. Get your GROCERIES FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. I Lucas County ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm ot V. J. Cheney ie Co.. doing busing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaH, and that said firm will pav the sum of ONI1' HUNDRED DOLLARS for earh and every case of Catarrh that cannot l.-e cured by the use ol Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENBY. Sworn, to before me and subscribed in my prsnce, this 6th lay of Utcomher, A. T. 18W. A. W. GLKASON. (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acts directly on the Mood nnd mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for. testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. O. Sold bv all Druge-ists. 75c. Take Hall's Family 1M1U for Constipa tion ' ' END OF A ROMANCE Sequel to Marriage of Irving Blion and Genevieve Nannary. The following story printed In the Ios Angeles Times, is of local interest to. many Phoenix people who are well acquainted with Irving Blinn one of the parties most concerned: The sequel predicted when rich young Irving Blinn married a pretty actress of the Burbank theater has arrived. The papers in the divorce suit which she has brought against him were for warded here f;om San Francisco yes terday. TJiey have been living apart for some time, she being unable to endare his alleged rapid gate. Their marriage was a serial sensa tion 'here edght or nine years ago, o.i account of the prominen'.-e of the Blinns In this city. A company of barnstormers -ame to play ,at the Burbank, headed by May Nannary, the sister of rh girl who afterward became daughter-in-law of the Blinns. Genevieve Xannary, for whom this social sensation was in store, was a refined looking girl of the most deli cate and clear cut beauty, cameo fea tures with glorious blonde hair. She did not shine as an actress. The play was the "Sidewalks of New York" or something equally classic. As -theater people say, he "doubled up." In one act she was the deserted, half-starved mother of a ichild.. II'r hubby was a banker who had been kidnaped by mean men; the villlan pursued her and snow storms beset her. The "spot light" dogged her footsteps, and her tremulous wail caused a gen eral sadness. She was the lady who had an air-tight monopoly on all the troubles. In another act she was in the den o the villians under the sidewalks, .ml performed a sailor's hornpipe. She was so dainty, and looked so out of place among the bellowing barn stormers wbo made up that companv that one felt her to be -ill at ease and sick of the life. Young Blinn fell in love with her from a stage box and obtained an in troduction. The papers soon announc ed her marriage. It was a trying period for the Blinns. The manager of the company, puffed irp by such a happening In his company butted into print with his comment on the situation, which Wire about the sort to be expected of a man of his brand. The family must have writhed. The Blinns received the little actress Into their home, however, and a big re ception was given in honor of the younger Mrs. Blinn. A little daughter was born to them and the young wife conducted hers-Mf with dignity and grace in the i hard position in which she found herself became a member of the young ma trons' clubs, attended pink tea fights and went through all the rest with gallantry. She claims that her husband did not behave himself and in spite of all her efforts in his behalf went on sprees of lurid description. It Is not expected that much of the story of her unhappiness will come cut in the course of the coming trial. IS HERE AND MANY ARE PREPARING TO TAKE A. REST. AF TER THE GLORIOUS FOURTH" ALL WHO CAN GET AWAY WILL SEEK COOLER CLIMES AND ENDEAVOR TO TAKE LIFE EASY. TO FULLY ENJOY YOUR VACATION IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT YOU BE PROPERLY CLOTHED IN A " STEIN -BLOCH 1) OR SUIT These garments are the acme 'of. clothing perfec tion in fit, style, make and fabric, excelling most made-to-measure clothing and costing you far less Paragon 15 R &W."P an airis are art, perfectly tailored spring-hipped, with or with out cuff bottoms, all the. cool fabrics IN PATTERNS SURE TO PLEASE YOU t Man's Main Maladies Mastered Many persons are handicapped by long obstinate disease which utterly unfits them for the duties and pleasures of Hfe. 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Houra 10-12. 1-J. 6-7. CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT P. 0. BOX 864 PHONE BCD 494 PHOENIX, ARIZONA SS2B a? Stor Cosed Monday, July 4th. New Printed Lawns A nw showing of pninted dress lawns arrived . recently and those late buyers who have not yet secur ed all the summer frocks they need should see this new line. All the "wanted" kinds are among them. White grounds with' red, green, black, pink, light blue or navy blU'j dots, j Navy blue grounds "-with white dots, etc-. There's only one piece of a kind so if you need any come today. All one rrlce. I2fec a yard New Silk Mulls One of the prettiest fabrics mad.5 for summer gowns is the dainty, tMaphanous silk mull, whith ' has been mafcing such a "hit" in the cit ies thi3 spring. We've been out of several cojors for quite awhile but now have a complete assortment for you to choose from. Wihite, black, yellow, pink, light blue, pearl, gray, red and navy blue they're all here and and one of them will make you a very smart sweet, little summer dress. Samples for the Asking White Habutai Silks A new consignment of this popu lar summer silk has Just arrived. If you are looking for a silk suit able for real cool shirt-waists, un derwear or men's shirts this is just the thing you want.' It's the silk from which silk handkerchiefs are made, you know, and 'tis almost im possible to wear it out as it Is every thread silk and contains no dress ing or chemicals of any kind liable to injure the wear or turn the fa bric yellow in washing.. 27 inches wide. 50c 75c $1.00 1 IB j iMjaaiM.i hi....... ii.-xii...i.t,l,im fi-lg k-i' v.k-wJi,-V OKJSXJMIX ,E IB! 111,' U '.' . ; ijj