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'THE AIMZOXA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY 3IOKMXi, FEIJKUAKY 1!), 1!)08.
the most healthful 01 of fruits, comes the Nf-A &f chief ingredient of 2p' WMW HMSa.POWDERl' e onty baking powder '" "tgq- maie from i?oya jP7 nl Grape Cream Jf! i Sill ps I if l Iv. NjJJijf' j Coih little more than tlie injurious darn rj f! rrl P'10,P'11,e n, P3Wer. Da 'it1 fd S? V I I' K f P I P I Lil Roy J you ire lure of pure, healthful food, fil as to the mission upon which Mr. Briz- : westerns, $4.n)1i 4.75; stockers and ant was journeying to the Windy t.'ity. t feeders. Ji.TOtfi 4.7"i. It was too good to keep however and ! SHKEP Receipts, l-'.ODii: steady, the word went r und yesterday and Natives. 3.2Tifa 5.4i: west, rns, 3.2'ifi congratulations are now in order. i 5.oT : yearlings. 5.40ifi S.30; lambs, $5.00 The bride formerly resided in Phoe- j nix, which was her home for a mini- b r of years. She was a member of ; the best social circle:;, and being pos- , -eFsed of u winning personality, drew I about her a large circle of admiring friends. The bride's rarei.ts. Mr. and I Mrs. Newby. reside in California. Her I ma ly friends here will extend best j uii-hiv and acci.nl the young couple a hearty reception upon their return to ' Phoenix. I Si .'!; westerns, JJ.utoii B.1MI. I'lUllIllHllliUIMIUIinUKIinilllJIJIIIMIIIIIIillllllllHllllllIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlll' A FUGITIVE SERGEANT. Church Can Help in War 1 Against Consumption MOROCCO FIGHTING. Son of Algernon S. Crapsey, Heretical I Whatever relieves suffering belongs Episcopal Minister. . j to Christianity. ' The terrible ravages 'of consumption can be checked t-t. Louis. Feb. IS. Sergeant Pierre Compton. wanted by the military au thorities, is in reality Paul B. Crapsey. son of Algernon S. Crapsey. the Epis copal minister found guiltv of heresy wr. i-r:m. 's in - managing partner , amI dismissed from his or the firm or Benhain & Hrlzard. j which has a Uirsjc curio at the corner of, Jefferson and tS"Cond avenue, and j one of the finest and most uniquely j fltted-up museums In the southwest. Hi- is one of the eitv's most progres sive or young business men. moves i whereabouts, among the people of best social stand- ing, r member of several orders, clubs j and both business and social organiza- : lions. He enjoys the confidence and i friendship of a large number of ac- ! o.uaintances. who in view of the con- summation of this momentous event, j ran lie counted on to do the right ' thing both in a congratulatory way ; and in the numerous other modes and I manners that a circle of good fellows ' are capable of devising for the edlfl- cation of the newly wed. charge at Rochester. New York, according to a statement made ' today by the ser geant's bride of a year. Compton is on a two weeks' fur lough which begun on Friday. I woo sas sne noes not Know His j his ! THE BOXER GENERAL DEAD. 1HE MARKET RECORD Shanghai. Feb. 18. General Tung Fun Slang, leader of the Boxern In the uprising in 19H0. is dend. He had been banished to Kansu. Siang was regarded at one time as the ablest and i most powerful of Chinese generals. In liMHl he appeared at Pekln at the head of lO.dOU troops largely recruited from ex-Mohammedans, and when the anti foreign outbreak came to a head lie was the one commander who achieved an early success against the allies. through concerted action. People should realize the necessity fur sup porting the societies engaged in the humane warfare against the dread scourge, and to awaken them to this need ther" is no more feasible way than for the churches to direct their generous enthusiasm toward the hu mane work. Consumption is a most insidious dis ease, often securing a firm hold before the ictim is at all conscious of dan ger. .Vii precaution to guard against the deadly germ should be overlooked. Neglect of an ordinary , cough has been known to result-in consumption. To break up a cold quickly and cure any cough that Is curable, there is nothing so effective as the mixture of two ounces of glycerine with eight ounces of whisky and a half ounce Virgin oil uf Pine. Use in teaspoon -ful doses every four hours. Five ounnfe ef tincture Cinchona compound can be used instead of whisky with the same effect." Tangier. Feb. 18. A wireless mes sage received here today from Casa blanca states that sharp brushes oc curred on Sunday and Monday be tween the troops and forces of the Madahara tribes. Details are lacking.. o Tne Ingredients are inexpensive and ! MORSE SAYS NOT GUILTY. can be purchased without trouble at I any good drug store. To avoid substi- I Xew York, rb. 18. C. "W. Morse, tution of some inferior pine product the Indicted banker, entered a plea of for the Virgin (MI of Pine. It is better ' n,,t guilty to the charge of perjury re- to purchase each separately and mix them at home. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine is put no for dispensing, only in 'i ounce vials, each vial securely sealed in a round wooden case With an en graved wrapper showing plainly the name Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure, guaranteed und.T the Food ami Drugs Act of June 30. llM'S. Serial No. turned yesterday. $!'.'( bail. Ha was released on GILLETTE MUST DIE. Albany, X. Y. Fb. 18. The court of 'appeals today decided that Chester j Gillette of Cortland must die in the) 1 electric chair for the murder of his 1 sweetheart. race Brown of South 451, prepared only by Leach Chemical ; Olhwlo at Bis Moow Lake in the Ad Co.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Be sure to get ' lromlat.k!, in JuV 19u6. the genulne.u s the gll sold in bulk and j 0 cheap imitations put out to resemble (j(jNS MAY BE TAKEN Virgin Oil of Pine in name and style ' INTO MEXICO, of package are ineffective, being large-j p lgThe ban ty vom neu 'ii tx uipuiiuiu'ii 04 iur t needies. or leaves Instead of from the ; pine tree proper. These pine needle oils are not in- ' tended for internal use. and when ! taken internally usually cause nan- ! sea. Their use is mainly confined to the manufacture of soap and similar i purposes. . : AN IOWA BLIZZARD Des Moines, Feb. 18. A blizzard is STOCKS. raging today and delayed all trains Amalgamated Copper. 45": Smelt-t and stopped s.'reet traffic. Kight ing. 565;: Atchison. SS';; St. Paul.) inches of snow have fallen and an ice j lOT'i: New York Central. : Penn- ' gorge six miles long has been formed j sylvania. Ill: Reading. 94: Southern j above the city in the Racoon river j Pacific. CTi; Fnion Pacific, 113V: threatening destruction. Officials are Steel, I ; Preferred. 91 H. IEW PROJECTS OF THE BOARD OE TRADE Three Honorary Memberships For Farmers New Campaign For Money and a New Advertising Plan. At the meeting of the board of trade yesterday two or three matters of con siderable importance were discussed ! and a lot of minor matters attended ,' to. One thing dJ:ie is of special inter- ! est to The Republican and to the far mers of the valley who propose to en ter The Republican's Farmers' contest. The proposed contest was brought be fore the board and the directors de cided that it was a good thing and ought to be pushed along us the result ! 'f a good contest will be gathering of valuable data that may later be1 used in advertising and will be a great ! help to the work of the board. The , directors therefore made a supple mental offer to the farmers of three honorary membership for one year, in the board of trade, to be given to the three fanners securing the silver prizes offered by The Republican. That equals twelve dollars each in money if the farmer desires member ship, and every enterprising farmer should. The mutter of most general impor tance, acted upon was a reviving of the campaign for the raising of money 3 ' n $ I I WHEN THE TASTE OF COUNT. LESS THOUSANDS CENTRES ON ft j for advertising the valley. The com- j nilttee appointed for that purpose last ' fall did some good work, securing just I about enough to assnie ihe proper j maintainence of the board for the : , coming year if all who subscribe pay I up as they should. But the board de- sires now a nice advertising fund and ; I feels that if it can secure ir it can be , expended to great advantage at this time. A special committee for this ( work was appointed, a committee that It is expected can get out and rustic the amount needed In a very short ; time. Several of the merchants a:i! others present, believed it could be ; I done very easily if a proper effort was put forth. This committee is compos- j j ed of Dwight B. Heard. Kzra V. Tliay- er, S. J. Tribolet. C. V. Mc Kee ad ! Aaron Goldberg. : Another project that may mean a great deal to the valley was presented by Messrs. V. P. Whitney and A. K. , 1 Egiey. They propose" to canvass the i farming districts and secure momber : ships to the board of trade at the reg j ular price, $pi per year in advance. , they to receive fifty ht cent comm'.s- sion on this basis: fifteen per cent t i ' : be paid at the time of enrollment. ' j," 1-2 per ciM sixty or ninety days af ; tcr they leave Phoenix. All this ir.i i plies something of a correlative pro ject. They propose lo secure whip i canvassing, photographs of ranches ! and accurate data to use In the east ' Then they propose to go east as mis sionaries for the valley ami send ou". new :;ettlers. taking along board liter ature, a set of the panoramic pictures nd whatever else they can get for de sirable advertising. ' They desire to utilize whatever com missions they can get on board mem berships to help pay expenses and will rely for profits on a percentage on each sale made by a Phoenix real es tate agent, to one of rheir new colon ists who shall be identified by creden tials with which they will supply him when he stalls west. The directors of the board believing it was a project (that will cost them no money and may be a benefit to al! - concerned, dec ided to accept vie proposition and left the matter with J. II. MeClintock and G. V. Cowgill to close up with the gentle men named. METALS. Xew York, Fell. 1. London till was i lower. s'M.t .1-8 10s: futures. 11" "i l"s. Locally it was weak-and un settled, ranging from t-S.5 rn 3H.0H. Copper was lower in London, spot ".7: futures. '.57 5s. locallv the market was ouiet. J3.iir.li .1.75. E!e tro ltie was $12.37Sf U.62i: casting. $12.25'it 12.5C Lead was lower, at 14 Is 3d in London. Locally the market was quiet, S3.t'.5''(i 3.75. Spelter was 5s lower, 21 10s in the London market. Locally it was dull and unchanged. M-HiKu 4.S5. Iron was lower in the English mar ket. Standard foundry. 47s 3d. Cleveland warrants 4Ss 7'-d. Local ly it was unchanged. C-RA.N. Chicago. Feb. IS. VhBt was weak all day and closed weak. May opened 'h'" lc to ls?i IV.c lower. HI';!- to 92c: sold off to Tl: closed at 91 "ic. Corn closed firm. Mav opened lower. ,iHc to jc: advanced WiVr. closed at tiii'-e Oats were weak. Mav opened low er. .12 c. closed at 52C. trying to blow it up with dynamite with poor success. COMPLtl E OVERHAULING OE NAVAL AEEAIRS jThe Senate Committee Will Begin Extensive Inquiry on Feb. 25th. Washington. Feb. IS. Charges that there have been serious delects in the MARINE tNGIMERS DELIVER ULTIMATUM A Reply to One From Ship Owners, Saying That They Will Make Their Own Rubs. ENDORSEMENT OF Springfield. III., Feb. 1S.- Se.n Francisco, Feb. IS. At a meet ing tonight of the members of the ex- r,NN. ' construction of battleships will be . 'considered at a special meeting of the j eeutive committee i f marine engineers . ''nir ."iimiui'-r ..ii natai uiiuin mi line association ueciui II lo IloillY me The repub- .. . ... . ,.., ,..,, ... L,. .... .. V lican state central committee todav , . ' .' " .' ' ' .7 , . ,. . . ... , ,. - miral Converse, retired, president of , Cisco that in forty-eight hours from that has absolutely prohibited the Im portation of firearms into Mexico for several months was raised today. Per sons crossing the boundary will bo permitted to carry guns needed for their protection. o NEW BRUNSWICK EXPLOSION. Wharton. X. B.. Feb. 18. An ex plosion in the mining department of the General Explosive company killed David Ftter, James Keavern and John Hughes and broke nearly every win dow In the stores and residences in Wharton and some windows in Dover, two miles distant. MISSOURI DISTRICT FOR TAFT. St. Charles, Mo. Feb. 18 The re publicans of the ninth congressional district, in convention today, endorsed Taft for president, and elected dele gates to the national convention. and fixed March 2fi. the state convention for j ill board of construction and Rear t midnight tonight thev wi1! refuse to NOT CUTE ENOUGH. Xaturally. people dislike feeling that they are not cute enough in business. But no person who is run down can expect to be his best. Sexine Pills make men' and women brighter and stronger: they make you feel better in every way. Price $1 a box: six box es J5. with full guarantee. Ajldress or ji( call Elvey 4. Hulett. where they sell ail j the principal remedies and do net substitute. WOULD BUY SHENANDOAH. San Franc'sco. Feb. !8. Nego tiations are said o be under way for Admiral Kapps. chief of the bureau of 'allow anv members of the association construction and repair, who n cently i to wo-k op. any steam schooner owned prepared extensive replies to various i by members of the owners' association Jsaid to be large, criticisms in magazine articles and unless the ultimatum sent them today ; elsewhere, will be t ailed before th.: j by the ow ners is rescinded, committee. ' t The owners in a communication sent The decision of the committed to I to Secretary J. J. Searey of the engl enter upon an investigation of these neers, sa; s in effect, that from this matters is expected to result In a gen- (time they wiif formulate their own eral inquiry into many naval matters . rules "d that while they do not pro which have recently attracted wide pose to lower wages, thev will not be ! forced to abide by rules which compel them to carrj- more men than they j were obliged to carry when the lumber j business was good, and prices for GRAIN DEALERS ASSIGN Boston. Feb. 18. -J. B. Cressy and Co.. grain dealers, made an assignment today. Inability to realize on custom ers' notes was given as the cause. Th liabilities are $125.00. The assets are McKee's ad todav; lower prices. THE NATAL ACT. The Authorities Are Making Use of While it Lasts. the purchase from Its present ow tiers j ( c j by the United States government of ' ttaw a. instil lit.. was Feb. IS. The inoiiiiing at CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago. Feb. IS. CATTLE Re ceipts. 4.0U0: strong. Beeves. $!.tt, ii 6.(n: cows anl heifers. ti.Wn 4.75: Texans. $:!.(jo"ji 4.5": calves. .Y2.4i 7.00; Japan tile di- oartliiellt of Instiee i.nI:iv :is l.i the to j the American ship Shenandoah, ivhlch tnt, ,(f ,.,.,,., frm Vancouver about ,l ..o.r. i.,.oom...... 1 tlie arrest ..f two Japanese under the navy oepart- ..,, ..... ....... , : ..... .ii i .. . i in tiT.-.in . m-' cii iiiiein o.i ' no i n fi irnn I i ,o ...i t ii.. unKi..,. Kni iiu I t lie "Mlcnaiiuoail. w nicil is ine lari;- t est "ooden shl.i afloat, is ow ned by . .!... ....-.. ii .... i. ....l.l ' I" nut i:e- oi(;aiir.'. cargoes were are now. much higher than they cia carno or coal Tor the I llient. s7ie is to !,, d'sinasted" and used- as storage barge for coal soon ! officers on th' j to test every I i otllerrt ise so ;i ust have instructions i by habeas corpus or ; ON TH R PERUVIAN COAST Lima. Feb." 1st. (l'V.lu a. m.) A wireless has just been received from the American fleet dated an hour ago. saying that tile vessels were 3tei miles fri-iti i.'allii'i. WEATHER TODAY. i.. i i in. i alter oe- I y u:g towed into Magdaiena Bay. t th ere 't As s- natal act has - ill be disa'ie us an official copy j Washington. Feb. IS. Weather for n received I Arizona: Fair Wednesday and Thurs day. La Grippe CURED BY Chamberlain's Cough Remedy This remedy is intended especially for Colds and La Grippe and haa become famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world. It not only cures La Grippe but coun teracts any tendency towaid Pneumonia. C Price, 21 cents; large size, 50 cents. For sale by iruggista eTywnere. SB20BBSB9BIBS TODAY FIRST COMPLETE SHOWING OF NEW V 1 YOUNG BUSINESS MAN OF PHOENIX WILL WED In Chicago This Evening at 6 O'clock Both Contracting Parties Well K-ovn Here. AS AN IDEAL PRODUCT OF Ti:E STILL. ITS PURITY. MATURITY y 0O AND FLAVOR Mt.'iT BP "t iPRrstr V I CLARANTD D UNDER THE NATIONAL I'LT.E FOOD LAV. MKM''r.lt IIKOS. C(., l'buiilx. AlU. An announcement was received in ; I'hoenix yesterday of the nuptials of , Mr. Paul Krizzard and Mrs. Shelby ' .l. Culloni. which will take place this i evening at l o'clock in Chicago, for which )Jace Mr. Hrizard departed ' Saturday night. The wedding wjli be oerformed at the residence of Mr. J. V. lienliam.. 347 Michigan avenue. Further particulars of the wedding ' could not be learned yesterday, nor as to when the couple will return to I'hoenix to take up tle-ir residence. The fact that the happy event was soiji to take place had not been her- ' HpHE Embroidery question is easily solved by selecting yours here. Come here today to have a peep at the snowy white appearance of our Dry Goods section. You will then behold a most fascinating display. The exhibit of embroideries Is the most complete in Phoenix and prestige sijch as any store may be discrimination in your midst have given us make our selections with r proud of. The reso.t is that our stock wc might say without fear of contradiction, in all Arizona. Years of experience in embroidery selling right here Years of experience in embroidery buying have given us a knowledge of dainty embroideries that enables us to shows many points of superiority over others aided much friends being in this city, only a few confidentially informed liovini "TPS here where the displays and varieties of former Spring stocks-pale into insignificance in com parison with today's exposition of the world's choicest. THE array of Needlework is dazzling in every sense, of the word. Marvels from Scotland, France, England and, Switzerland each furnishes their quota of the very best. Every cunning device known to the Needleworker's art is employed to enhance the beauty of the work. Miles upon miles of Embroideries, in Swiss, Nainsook, Hamburg, Batiste and Cambric. Edgings, Inser tions, Beddings, Bands, Allovers, Matched Sets, Fiouncings and Demi-Flouncings, in blind, open work and English eyelet effects. Prices range from Wakh for Future Announcements to S4, 0 O yard Gerard-Jones Dry Goods Go, 26 and 28 W. Washington St. On, and After this Date All Ready-to-Wear Garments Bought here and Requir ing Attention Will be attended to by Mr. Kalsman. the Ladles' Tailor. This Wffllt to be. .sufficient guarantee of u IHTfect fit. Mr. Kalsman, the Ladies' Tailor is with us again Beady for business today at his former quarters in the rear of our store. His work in general is too well known to reipiire further mentioning.