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n A f J. . lT4. Our Fall and Winter Models ARE IN AND SHOULD BE SEEN BY EVERY MAN WHO KNOWS THE VALUE OF STYLISH AT TTREr THEY ARE DISTINCTIVE DIFFERENT SMART. SUITS AND OVERCOATS SI5.00 to S35.0Q "The Survival of the Fittest" describes the process of elimination by which the KNOX HAT has come to be "taken for granted" by American gentlemen. SOFT HATS DERBIES SILK HATS OPERA HATS S3.50, $5,00, $8.00 Edwin Clapps Men's Pine Shoes In Patent Colt. Gun Metal Calf. and V'icI Kid, It la a Shoe of the Utmost Style. LACE, BUTTON AND BLUCHER $6.00 and $7.00 TURNER-TERHUNE SHOES $3.50 to $6.00 Tho ,IicDougaII 8i Cassou 30-32 Vest Washington Street Co. 1HESTARHEGLIGE SHIRT TRADE MARK If i f (fit . r Hi i : THE BEST MADE If You Contemplate Puying Shirts We base our claim to your prefer ence on the following advantages to be found In our new selection.? for fall and winter: MATERIALS STYLES WORKMANSHIP Novelties exclusive with us in the newest eam and colors. $1.25 to $3.50 OP LOCAL INTEREST FOLKLORE SOCIETY The AH- ZOna Pnllrlnra ...... - . c uu.iriy will noid a meeting here some time during fair , Glear skin . the tint of youth in a peachy, soft, corn plexion. It's right that wornanA should covet such a com plexion. She can haveit no matter , how much -v...... unit uurinir rair . -n t i. week. The date and place of meeting J j ears, ill-health, eXpOSUIC !Sr, ?,'. upon I and worrv mav have dam j aged the complexion she j had in girlhood, she can get it back. Hagan's Magnolia Balm keeps women's complex ions delicious and youth ful long after the 40 year mark is passed. It is a harmless lotion that gives immediate results. - "- - - . -.. -.. - -- - - . . .. , .. . . , (j and will be announced lar NOT GOING The report that the football team of the Phoenix high school was going to Prescott to play a game with the Prescott team on Sunday wa3 erroneous. Xo such plan has been contemplated bv the team ENTITLED TO RECOGNITION Frank Alkire is entitled to the booby prize as a quail hunter. Yesterday the Alkire brothers drove across the river on business. Frank taking along hl shotgun in the hope of getting a few Quail. He found plenty of quail and whanged away at them regardless, but the only one he captured was a bird with a broken wing, which, alarmed at the noise of his gun. tried to fly. and falling into an irrigation ditch was drowned. It is believed that the game laws ought to be made t exacting for with ruthless slaughter j of quail by such men as Mr. Alkire quail will soon become extinct, j A PREHISTORIC URN While ex , cavating a cesspool on the property of j.oi. j. ti. McC'lintock, corner of Fifth i and Washington streets, on Thursday. workmen due un a burial urn in t which were a numbor of bones. It was broken to pieces and the contents j scattered before the nature of the find 1 was noted. The urn undoubtedly con tained the bones of some resident of this valley belonging to a prehistoric civilization. There is nothing partic 1 ularlv unusual about th fin.j 1 mnnv c mi n v.n,.n v . . . i I -.j - - " ' ' ' v .-1 nac i 1 inaUK I hereabout but the townsite has been I so thoroughly dug up at one time and I another that almost everything of the sort has been removed, and the relics of the real old timers are about gone, j BASKET SOCIAL There will bo a , basket social at the Creighton school house next Monday night for the pur pose of raising money to dig a well. The social will be given by the resi- dents of district No. 13 and all ladies ! f klldrn' clothing, as well at a la i W are howing a complete line ger 7 zJ$h) PIONEER and CONSOLIDATED TRANSFER and STORAGE GO. Baggage Office, 116 North Center St., Opp Hotel Adams. Tel. Main 142. General Office, 42 South Center St., opp. Commercial Hotel. Tel. Main 74. STORAGE SEVEN DAYS FREE. Modern euipments. Up-to-date service. Nothing too large or too small or too precious. - Live and let live prices. TERRITORIAL SIDE Of DISTRICT COURT A Group of Indicted Prisoners Save the County Money and Themselves Time By Pleading Guilty. Albert - and Henry Purdy who were indicted for the theft of a horse from W. ir. Painter,' yesterday pleaded guil-j V t r thA inlint .1 r. . i . M t 1 I was sent to the penitentiary for a year. Joe Lewis, the Indian forger also plead ed guilty and was sentenced to two years at . Yuma." Lewis raised a six dollar check which had been given him by L M. Hoghe, to J16. Jesus Hernan dez Who burelarlzed the himso r w D. Hammond and stole a lot of jewel-j ry, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a year in the territorial prison. The grand jury submitted its second report, returning indictments against the following persons: TranquWino Estrada for a felonious assault upon W. W. Willis with a pis tol. Francisco Espinosa for the theft of a bicycle at Mesa. James Harer for forging the name of W. R. Beloat to an order on the Val ley Pride Creamery. William Tempe, Arthur Ray and Jose Toms, all . Indians,- for the theft of cattle from a reservation Indian. All the foregoing were arraigned along with Elton E. Wilier, who had been Indicted for the killing of Charles Williams and were given until this afternoon to plead. In the case of H. N. Cox against R. D. McDonald, the trial order was va cated. A continuation was taken In the divorce case of Lena Baird against Edward Baird. Judgment for the plaintiff was given in the case of the1 Farmers and Merchants Trading com-1 pany against A. H. McCrory. The plaintiff in the case of Lamar Walker against J. M. Burrls was given judg ment. The divorce of Rosa Magnanl against O. Magnani was continued un til today. The trial of the case of M. West against J. E. Price was reset for November 23. o There were yesterday registered at the Hotel Adams: Mrs. F. L Price, Kelvin. R. F. Wright. Gila Bend, w! M. Breakenridge, Tucson, W. H. Shackleton, Kelvin, Mrs. K. Barr, Chauncey Barr. Indianapolis, Jno. Munger. Quartzite, H. C. Gooding, Los Angeles, J. Lahry, San Francisco, H. W. Beatty, Denver. C. J. Blanchard. Washington, D. C, H. I. English, Buf falo, N. Y., Theo. B. Richards, Phila delphia, Pa., W. F. Webster, Cincin nati, O., W. Vot,titer. Louisville, Ky Chas. Hildeibrecht, San Francisco, W. B. Moseley, Los Angeles, W. B. Brand en, Chicago, Dr. J. J. McKenna and wife. EXTENSION ROCK DAM COMPLETED TODAY J. C. Adams is expected to return to the city the first of the week. He has spent the summer in the east traveling with his string of horses. Contractor Collins Will Finish His Work on Time Operations at Gran ite Reef. F. H. Ensign, Frank Alkire, C. A. Van der Veer , and Dan MeDermott spent Thursday In a trip to the Arizo na Extension heading, in Mr. Ensign's automobile. Arriving there, they found Alex. Sllva, who had gone up the night before. Mr. Silva and Mr. Alkire being members of the executive com mittee of the Protective association, went over the construction work offi cially with Contractor R. H. tTollins and Superintendent MeDermott, the others spending their time looking around for their own satisfaction. There was about 10,000 Inches of water running in the canal that day, and probably is yet. The rock dam at the head of the ex tension is reported by these rneri as being a fine piece of work, and it is ex pected that it will be practically com pleted by tonight and that a . part of the force of twenty men employed by Mr. Collins will come back to the val ley on Sunday. The rest will remain until the first of the week, pulling up the rails of the little track that runs out on the dam, so they will not be lost in the event of a flood. Though the party did not visit the south side of the river, they pas?ed by the north side end o the diversion dam site and could see across me river, the camp buildings erected for the quarters of those employed on this pro ject. It makes quite a little village an 1 is growing every day, one quite large building being now in course of con struction. The building of the power line across the river at the dam site, by the Pacific Gas and Electric compa ny was quite a unique piece of work, and Is entirely finished, ready for the transmission of power whenever it Is required. This line is an immense ca ble about 1400 feet long from the moun tain side on the north side to the bluff on the south side. To the cable, wihch spans me river without intermediate support, are attached at stated inter vals, little triangles. - On each side of the triangles which are fastened to the cable at the upper corners. Is a power wire, making three power wires in all. Near the top of the triangles are at tached two telephone wires, so the big cable is supporting five wires, the ag gregate weight of which must run into a considerable tonnage. o W0ULD-5E tiRIDEGROOM FOOLS PROBATE COURT He Secures by Lying License to Marry a Woman Who Is Doubly Disqualified. Officers and the telephone were kept busy yesterday afternoon and last night in an effort to head off a wed ding, the marriage of a man to a wo man who Js already married and is also insane. The parties are Pablo Gomez and Petra Arunda. Ciomez ac companied by an American called at the office of the probate court yester day and applied for a license. The usual qu-slons regarding the right of the couple to marry were satisfactorily answered ana the American beside vouched for both of them. Clerk Kirk land accordingly Issued the license. Gomez also told him that he had ar ranged to be married by Judge Phillips but in his absence from the city he would go elsewhere. It was later made known to Mr. Klrkland that the wo man was disqualified bv a former mar riage which had not yet been dissolved and that the relatives of the woman charged her with insanity. Tin then set the officers in search of him and at the same time telephoned to the justices of the peace and such pastors of churches he could reach, warning- them against performing the ceremony. At a late hour last night neither of the parties had been located. It was learned though that they had not been married. In Phoenix at least. LIQUOR BUSINESS ONLY INCIDENTAL Decision By Judge Kent That the Yavapai Commercial Club is Not Subject to License. A decision was rendered by Judge Kent yesterday for the defendant in the case of the territory against the .Yavapai Commercial club which had been brought here from Yavapai coun ty. The suit had been instituted to compel the club to take out a city and county license for the privilege of selling liquor. It was contended on the part of the territory that though the club had been organized for another purpose. If it were permitted to engage in the sale of liquor it would throw the door open to parties to engage In the liquor selling business under the guise of conducting a place for social amusement. The decision recounts the circum stances of the organization of the club, the statute under which it wav organized and the presumption that the erganization was made in good faith. It holds that the sale of liquor by a club to its members as a matter of convenience to them Is quite dif ferent from the sale of liquor Indis criminately to whoever wants to buy. A decision by Judge Black in a sim ilar case is found by the decision to apply to this one and that the club Is not engaged in the sale of liquor with in the meaning of the law which com- pels liquor sellers to take out city and county license. n A FINANCIAL THRILL ' - in II mi ii - - - 'i i - - - ' 1 " for womaira's 66M One ICiiowg95 writes Mrs. Lucinda Johnson, of Walworth, Wis., "what 1 suffered at my periods. 1 had to stay in bed, and lots of times had to have a doc tor, who said I would be better after I married. I was married at the age of 16, but instead of getting better, I got lots worse. At last my mother read one of your ads and begged so hard for me to try dsn JB WRITE US FREELY and frankly. In strictest confidence, telling all your troubles, and stating your age. We will seoi you FREE ADVICE, In plain sealed envelope, and a val uable 64-page Book on "Home Treatment for Women." Address V Ladies' Advisory Department, Tbe Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teno. C 17 r i that I sent to a druggist fcr some. When the third bottle was gone I knew It was doing wonders, so I kept right on and after taking 7 bottles I can truthfully say I was cured. Now I can do a big wash the first day as well as the last and will always praise Cardui, it has dene so much for me." Every woman who reads this letter should at ence get a bottle cf Cardui. for It has been found not enly to relieve or cure some cf the most serious derangements of the womanly organs and functions, but taken in time, will relieve .unnecessary periodical pain, and prevent female disease from developing Try It At Every Drug Store In $1.00 Bottles Ttie Markets of the World Disturbed By Another Advance of Money by the Bank of England. New York, Oct. 19. The BanK of Kngland sent a pulsation through the financial situation in the whole world by its unexpected action today by ad vancing official minimum discount j rate from 5 to 6 per cent following an advance from 4 to 5 per cent on Oct j ober 1st. STOCKS. Amalgamated Copper. lH'i; sugar. 134Vi: Anaconda. 27G; Atchison. 101, preferred. 101; N. J. Central. 223; C. & O.. 59 V4; St. Paul, 1734: Big Four. 91; C. & S. first preferred. 69; sec ond preferred, D47s: Erie. 45; Inter. Met., 36?s; preferred. 76; New York Central. 130; Pennsylvania, 141; St. Louis and San Francisco, second preferred, 47 VI: S. P.. 92; U. P.. 93; U. S. Steel, 47; U. S. Steel preferred. 106; V. U., 86. BONDS. r. V. S. ref. 2s. reg. and coupon 104: U. S. 3s. reg., 102; coupon. 103 V; U. S. old 4s. reg. and coupon, 102; V. S. new 4s. reg. 129; coupon 1304. living in the district are requested to come with well-filled baskets. Th wives of the democratic candidates who are expected to be present, are specially invited to come also and bring baskets. The proceeds of the basket social given last Tuesday night on the occasion of the visit of the re publican candidates, were not for the digging of a well on the school grounds, as erroneously reported, but were for the benefit of the Sunday school In that district. METEORS TO BURN This Is be coming a famous country for meteors Thomas Armstrong Jr.. reports that h" and Mrs. Armstrong on Thursday evening about 6 o'clock or about the same hour that the big meteor wa seen a week ago, saw another large one, though it did not appear to be quite so large as the first mentioned. This latest one traveled from west to east, and seemed to be just over the first range of mountains to the north, considerably further away than the first one. Later during the sam-? night an employe of The Republican saw a meteor of creditable, though not unusual brilliance and a similar one Is reported as having passed over the country on Sunday nrit. Last night a lady living in the eastern part ot town telephoned The Republican of fice that she had discovered a blood red star in the southwestern sky that was really worth looking at and favor able mention in the paper. . A little in vestigation however, disclosed- the fact that she had discovered the red light over the city hall that is displayed line than ever 0f men's suits, shoes and furnishings. Remember our prices are reasonab'e and the quality of our goods is a!wajs guaranteed. THE EASTERN STORE SELIM ACSIL, Prrietor 244 E. Washington Street from time to time as a signal to the police who may be out on duty an I wanted to answer a hurry call. THE WATCH STORY It will i remembered that about the time of lh.' robbery of the Hammond residence, a number of watches were discovered in the possession of those susj-cieJ. Hernandez, who yesterday plead-d guilty to the Hammond robtery. had one of them. It bore the name of George II. Cook Jewelry ctmpany. Prescott. Hernandez refused to Sy where he got it until a day or twv ago, when Officer .Miore interview t-d him in the jail and tol l him th? thing he could do would be to t-l! everything. He then said he got the watch of Nicholas Tork. Mr. Mour took the watch and showed it to Tork and asked him how many more ht had. H said he had three and produced them. He said he had got them from Hernandez, while Hernandez claims tJ have got the watch from Tork fur the purpose of selling it. It sems t., b the word of one man against the other and no direct proof against either. The case will probably end by the restoring of the watches to Mr. Cook. V Y ,i Y V A r METALS. New York. Oct. 19. Copper wa higher in the London market with spot and futures being quoted at 99. 12s 6d. Locally the market continued firm with lake ouoted at J21.750 22.50 electrolytic at $21. 55fj 22.00 and cast ing at ?21.251?21.75 Load was Is. 3d. lower at 19. 16s. 3d. in London. Locally the market was quiet with'rpot quoted at J5.75?t 6.50. Spelter steady at $6.206.30 lo cally, but was unchanged at 28, 5s. in London. Silver 694; Mexican dollars, 534. A Few Good Bargains in PIANOS, ORGANS and small instruments left. Until our two carloads of magnificent new stock arrive: . A Mason & Hamlin, oak (Upright) $2501 A Steinway, rosewood (Upright) $250 A Mason & rtamiin, ebony (Upright) I A Wiilard, walnut (Upright) $200. $175 I A Fischer, walnut (Upright) $250 15 Mason &. Hamlin, Kimball, Estey and other organs which we have taken in exchange, from $10 up. EASY PAYMENTS. Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, from $3 up. SHEET MUSIC One dozen pieces and three booklets, 25 cents. REMEMBER. . that above SALE is only till our new stock arrives. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. 224 W. Washington St. Y 6 614 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE. The largest, most thorough and most complete Business CoIge la Los Angeles. Headquarters for Arizona people. Send for catalogue. LACKEY, HOOD & HOLLMANN.