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- TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY' 3IORMNK, FEBRUARY 29, 1008.
I.T. Hosey Broker STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND COTTON We buy or sell anything listd for you 40 N. First St. Phoenix Phone Main 232 List of Property for sale. Estate J. Ernest Walker, Bankrupt 320 acres. North U of section 20, 3 X. 2 east. 4" acres. S.E. U of S.E. U of Sec. 33. 3 north. 1 tast. SO acres. Fl of the S.E. U of Sec. 5, 3 X. 1 E. ISO aires. S.E.'i of Sec. 2. 3 north, 1 east. 2C-: acres. S.E. Vi of Sec. 19, 1 north, 2 east. 106 2-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 in terest in W. of Sec. 2. 1 N, 4 east. 53 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 in terest in X.W. Vi of Sec. 14, 1 X. 4 east. r.3 1-3 acres, or undivided 1-3 in terest in E. u of X.W. V4 & X.E. 4 of S.W. U of Sec. 17. 1 X. 1 east. Buckeye Lands. 1 SO acres. S.W. H of the X.W. U X.W. of the S.W. U of Sec. 10, and the X.E. U of the S.E.4 & the S.E. ' of X.E. 'i of Sec. 9. 1 S, 3 W. 1G0 acres. S.E. V of Sec. 12. 1 S. 4 west. lt0 acres. X.E. i of X.W. H and X.W. i of X.E. Vi of Sec. 21, 1 S, 4 west. Florence Land. ln acres. X.E. Vi of Sec. 21, 5 S of range it. City Property. Lots 28, 30, 32, 34, blk. D, Univer sity Add. ImI 4. block 75. Phoenix. Lot 31. Hooper's Sub-division. Lot 3. block 24. Churchill Add. lts 10 and 12, blk. 3. Montgomery Add. Lot 5. block 3, Calderwood Add. Lots 3 and 4. blk. 9. Mont. Add. Lot 3. block 3. Porter and Baxter Add. Lot 10, blk. 3. Porter and Baxter Add. I its S and 9, blk. 20. Collins Add. Lots 7, 8, 9. M, 11, block 3, Capitol Add. 7.1 feet off the east end of lot 10, blk. 3. Calderwood. and 95 ft. off the south end of lot 2, blk. 9, Montgomery Add. Personal Property at Office. 'i doz. folding tots, 1 doz. folding stools, all new, never have been un done. 7.10 lbs. Hi inch Manila rope, new. Camp cooking utensils. Two sets double harness, new. One frame 3-room cottage at Iron Springs. One full set of extra fine surveying instruments, steel tapr, loo ft. and chain, pins, etc. One Oliver Typewriter. One case of mineral specimens. one iron wheelbarrow fnew). Two brick wheelbarrows (new). Blacksmith's forge, one anvil. 30 gallons mixed paints, mineral. I One buggy pole. ne grind stor.e. One 60 horse power gasoline engine, Western manufacture. Information In regard to above pro perty can be obtained from D. D. Horning at the Walker office at 14-1S So. Second avenue. By order of F. H. EXSIGX, Trustee, -of J. E. Walker Estate in Bankruptcy, Jan. 28. 1908. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence Telephone 357 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 MASSIE IS STILL AT THE SAME OLD PLACE. Massie has second hand goods. Massie has new goods. Massie Has new blankets. Massie has new comforts. Massie has new mattresses. Massie has new rugs. Massie has new mattings. Massie has new pillows. Massie has new shades. Massie has new springs. Massie has second hand beds. Massie has second hand dressers. Massie has second hand stoves. Massie has second hand machines. Massie has second hand rugs. Massie has second hand guns. Massie has second hand pistols. Massie has book cases. Massie has tin ware. Massie has granite ware. Massie has enameled ware. Massie has chairs. Massie has rockers. Massie is the man. Massie i open for business. Massie will buy all your goods. Massie will treat you right. Massie's for bes prices. Massie, the second hand man. Massie, 32-34 West Wash. St. Massie's phone is Main 351. See Massie. THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. Public Stenographer TYPEWRITER, COPYIST, NO TARY PUBLIC. Phone Red 1S92. Room 11. O'Xeill Bldg. THE FG9D VALUE Of Baker's Cocoa is attested by 17 Years of Constantly Increasing Sales 50 Highest Awards in Europe and . America Reeisterptl V. 8. I'aL Uffico We have always maintained the highest standard in the quality of our cocoa and choc olate preparations and we sell them at the lowest price for which unadulterated articles can be put upon the market. ! Walter Baker & Co., Ltd. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. A SWINDLER COMING BACK D. L Walker Politician of the State of Texas Accused ol 3Iany OHeiisvs In This Country, Among Them Bigamy. The political career of D. L. Walker of Wellington. Texas, and for some time a icsident of Phoenix and the surrounding country has b'en Inter rupted. Sheriff H.iv.'len left last night for Wellington to bring Walker back to answer to the harge of selling mortgaged property. On his return it is likely that a charge of bigamy will be lodged against him. There might be nvmy charges at obtaining property by f.ilse pretenses, for his victims in tnis vicinity are numerous. Walker appeared in Phoenix about a year ago and at once assumed a posi tion of importance. He represented himself to a member of one of the F. F. V'e and he said that his father was How many American women in lonely homes to-lay long for thi Messing to come into their lives, and to Tie able to utter these words, but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternity i. accomplished by the use oi LYDIA EL PIN KHAKI'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Maggie Gilmer, of West Union, S. Cwrites to Mrs. Pinkham " I was greatly run-down in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex. when Lydia E. Pinkham' 8 Vegetable Compound was recommended to me. It not only restored me to perfect health but to my delight I am a mother." Mrs. Josephine T lall, of Bardstown Ky., writes : " I was a rery great sufferer front female troubles, and my physician failet to help me. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vepe table Compound not only restored mt to perfect health, but I am now a proud mother." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. link ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands oi women who have lieen troubled with displacements, inflammation, uloera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities periodic pains, backache, that liear-ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizziness or nervous prostration Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkliam invites nil sick women o write her for advice. She lias ' guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. m Hirl General Walker of Virginia who had I distinguished himself on the confed j erate side In the civil war. He also ! held out that he was a person of great wealth, though embarrassed frequently by a want of ready money. However he had no trouble in securing as much i as he needed. . He was a soldier himself he said and ! I he proved it by a conspicuous sear on I the forehead which he said he had In- I curred while freeing Cuba. Walker : was more notably a born horse trader : us many of his victims painfully re-j call. Along in the early summer he' came into possession of a span of mules on which he subsequently gave ! a mortgage to Uoidman & Co. for $200. J Within a very few days he sold the mules to A. F. Spencer at a price which j Mr. Spencer was unable to resisi. It was some time after that Goldman & Co. became curious about the mules I and making inquiry. learned that Walker had left the country. A little later the mules were found in the pos session of Mr. Spencer, immediately thereafter various other crooked acts of Walker were brought to light. But the meanest thing he had done was to ni.rry Miss faille Phillips a daughter of J. K. Phillips of Glendale. These discoveries were made last September and on September 11 a war rant was issued out of Justice John-! stone's court for his arrest. It was j supposed that Walker had gone to the i coast. In fact it was known that he! had gone in that direction. But Sher- I iff Hayden having learned that Walker ' had formerly resided in Texas sur- j mised that he might work back to that' state. ; Following a practice which he hadj inaugurated from the beginning and ! which had been very successful, the sheriff proceeded to flood the state of ! Texas with posters descriptive of Wal-j Ker. i ne description was aided by a : very good photograph of him. Tne ad crtisement was at onc e pro- duetive of results though it did not ati first throw any light on his where-' abouts. It was brought out that Wal ker was born In Alabama in 1S69; that he was raised in Coryell county, Tex., near Copperas Cove; that he lived lat er in Hell, McCullough, Lampasas. Kimble an.l Howard counties; that on June 30, 1S94 he was sentenced to fivf anu six years cumulative sentences hi the Texas state penitentiary for horse stealing from Kaufman and Kills counties; that his convict number was 11'68 and that he served a littlj'more than six years. j Another fact in his career connect ing him with Arizona was discovered. Soon after his release from the pen - j itentiary he married a Miss McKinney I at Big Springs Texas without having ! been divorced from a wife who was i then living. The bigamy was discov- ered and Walker fled to Arizona. He ' was arrested at Gila Bend in 11"4 by Rangers Wheeler and Peterson and ' was taken back to Texas but for some j reason the case was not prosecuted o: he was acquitted. ' Early this month, Sheriff Hayden j learned from the authorities of Rell county, Texas that Walker was a Wellington in the Panhandle engaged in the practice of law in the firm of' he firm of '.ell county itest doubt Powell and Walker. The Be authorities had not the sligh of his Indentity which was the more easy by reason of another scar which. Walker had secured on the top of the head here in the coui-se of e. runaway near Tempe not long before his flight from the country. On receipt of the information from Bell county. Sheriff Hayden took the matter up with Sheriff Singley of Wellington and everything was ready to take the lawyer into custody on in- i u. i n Hi.-, ill tiii .no' miPffl llPUMl... u-l Lj before this Governor Kibbey had lcftjfj ine it. uory aiio ine territorial au thorities were not able lo guarantee, the expense of bringing Walker within the territorial boundaries. In the meantime the sheriffs office at Wel lington was keeping a close watch on him and Sheriff Hayden was Informed from time to time of his movements. He was informed that there was really no danger of his getting away. In the first place he had good reason to believe that he was safe in that purt of the cruintry, remote from the rail road. Moreover he had developed a political ambition and was preparing to try to secure the nomination for dis trict attorney of that county. He was trying to make himself solid with the people and was meeting with consider able success. He hud a good oppor tunity to do so since his law office, was in the court house and almost everyone who went to the out of the way county seat had business there. Walker was a good talker and he eas ily persuaded the voters that they would have a gem of a district attor ney. Altogether Walker was about as safe. Sheriff Singley believed as if he were behind the bars. On the return of the governor day before yesterday. Sheriff Hayden laid the matter before him and he guaranteed all expenses incurred outside of the territory Inci dent to tliu return of Walker. The requisition papers had already been is sued and thf sheriff wired the sheriff at Wellington to take Walker In. Yes terday he received a reply saying that it had been done and last night the sheriff left for Wellington. AN ILLINOIS OBJtOIOK TO PHOENIX BOND BILL The bill before congress permitting Phoenix to issue bonds for the refund ing of its flouting indebtedness has encountered an unexpected obstacle, and which, unless it is removed will prove a most effective one. Mayor Copgins yesterday received a letter from Delegate Smith saying that he had secured recognition from Speaker Cannon to call up the bill for a vole. His request for unanimous consent to remove it from the calendar called out an objection from Representative J. R. Mann of Illinois and that was temporarily the end of the matter. Mr. Mann Is understood to have no inter est in the proposed legislation. His only purpose in withholding his ennr sent vp.s to voice the sentiment that there were many more important things before the house than the Phoe nix tondinjr bill. On receipt of this Information from Mr. Smith several letters were written to prominent citizens of Illinois setting forth the nature of the bill, and urging the exercise of state Influence upon Mr. Mann to induce him to withdraw his opposition to the final considera tion of the bill. Sole Sellers of "REGAL" Shoes for Men A Silk Snap NEW SILKS FOR A GREAT DEAL LESS TODAY. 27 inch washable Taffeta Silks in fancy fctriped effects light grounds with colored stripes such as navy, light blue, lavender, green, rose and ox blood the proper material for a dainty Spring Waist or Costume, actually worth 75c for this day. yard 49 c Shell Goods A LARGE LOT OF BACK COMBS 2.r.c and 35e kinds in either jeweled or initialed effects, shell or amber for this day at. choice I5c Talcum Powder VANTINE'S SANA DERMAL ! TALCUM POWDER Known far and wide as a boon to bubydom and sold j in most drug stores at 25c here only, j box i FOR MEN'S BALBRIGGAN UNDERWAAR That cannot be duplicated short of 50c when perfectly clean. Ecru colored I t JJ jw ! 6' , Shirts and Drawers 25 doz. of tlieni slightly soiled; one washing will be suffi cient to restore them to perfection. Shirts have French neck and long sleeves; Drawers have Waist bands and double seated gusset. All sizes. i & Bargain of Style Spring's newest $15 and $17.50 Silk Dresses today for $12.49 We place on sale today 3 new Silk Dresses, made of Chiffon Taffeta in solid colors, checks, stripes and plaids. Styles are Princess, Shirt Waist and Mikado sleeve effects. Colorings and make-up are fully on a par with higher-priced garments. Choice today t S12.49 The Prettiest Silk Petticoats in town are HERE, at the l!ig Store. Xowhere else in all Arizona will you find such a stunning, magni ficent collection of "Krenchy" affairs. Petticoats to satisfy the most exacting. Every shade to match every costume may be, found among them. And to make things real interesting, we'll offer all our Silk Petticoats, ranging in price from JJ'I to $50, today at MORE NEW TAILORED SUITS ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS IN OUR OUTER GARMENT SECTION will make it possible for you to glean full knowledge of the newest spring styles. Among the latest shown are the new "Madame Butterfly Suits" in the most up-to-date materials and popular spring shades. $20.00 to $65.00 Footwear For Men MEN'S $4.00 AND $5.00 DRESS SHOES 150 pairs in the lot of pat. colt, bearing such famous trade-marks as "Packard," "J. P. Smith," "Bostonian," nothing but the latest lasts in button, bluch ' cr or lace, lii mil year welted soles, all sizes in the bunch for one day choice, pair $3.50 Summer Underwear Amongst the many new arrivals in light weight Underwear, one line in particular deserves special mention: WOMEN'S JERSEY RIBBED SLEEVELESS VESTS, lisle finish, yoke plain or trimmed In lace, neck and armholcs taped, sizes 4-6, the very best ever at, each 25c and Beauty life .Mo mm &r ? Umbrellas ONE LOT OF $2.00 AND $2.50 UM BRELLAS 26 inch size, steel rods, Paragon frame covered with union taffeta, a great many pretty handles to choose from today at, choice $1.39 "Royal Worcester" Corsets Xo picture can show the elegant appearance of the woman who is prop-rlv fitted with a "ROY AL WORCESTER" Corset. Xo illustration can convey the idea of comfort and rightly-dressed-, ness that a woman feels when her gowns are fitted over u Tloyal Worcester." There's but one sure way to know that the '"Royal Worcester" is right TRY A PAIR. We have so many different styles, that, were we to describe - them all in detail, 1" times this space would not suffice. 51.00 to $3.00 $1.29 FOR MEN'S HIGH GRADE UNDERWEAR That has no peer anywhere, at $2.25. It's the celebrated "American Silk" Un derwear rich lustrous finished Gar ments in salmon pink the very article you want for Spring Wear. We have all sizes in either Shirts or Drawers. ( inn SMART NEW SILK SUITS IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE MOST ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION OF SILK SUITS IN TOWN, come here today by all means. Their newness will appeal to every woman in quest of something "different." Materials are Rajah Pongee ami Chiffon Taffeta Silk. Styles are all you could ask for. and then some. Jumier. Butterfly, Princess.' Shirt Waist and Japanese sleeve effects, in colorings becoming to every complexion.-Trimmings consist of Kilet Net. Hand-made Cluny. Baby Irish, etc. That we bought with lavish hand, today's inspection will tell you. Prices range from S15 TO $40 Sole Sellers "QUEEN QUALITY" Shoes for Taffeta Silk THE "NEW YORK STORE BLACK TAFFETA IS BECOMING MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY as it becomes better known. and it should be so. for it has no superior. It is 34 inches wide and guaranteed for 6 months' wear. For durability, lustre and richness this Silk is un equaleii. The only difference be tween this and $2.00 silk is the price quality right up to the limit. Save the 50c today and buy X. Y. Store Taffeta at, yard $1.50 Hosiery WOMEN'S 50c BLACK LACE STOCKINGS Xew -styles and pat terns, handsome allover lace designs from top to toe, spliced heels, full reg ular made, sizes 8U to 10 for this day only at ' 3 pairs for $1.00 Kid Cloves $3.50 ELBOW LENGTH GLACE KID GLOVES 16 button black, white and colors in a complete range of sizes for one day, no fitting nor exchanges, at, pair $2.73 First Surprise of the Season Spring's newest $25 Tailored Suits today at $14,95 We are elated over being able to offer such remark able values in nobby new suits of distinctive char acter. The styles embrace the latest effects: "Prince Chap." "Military Front" and "Pointed Ves tee." Materials are shadow striped French Serges in leather and seal brown, silk or satin lined and elaborately .braided. On sale today at $14.93 Prepare for the Elks' Show IN ORDER TO LEND PROPER DIGNITY TO THE COMING PRESENTATION OF "PINAFORE," it be hooves you to get a glimpse of our magnificent line of theater costumes. The assortment is second to none, and we have made buying easy for you today. We know you'll appreciate this treat, offering our entire line, ranging from $35 to JS5, today, at 'A OH Footwear For Women. WOMEN'S $3.50 DRESS SHOES of vicl kid unite a large lot of dependable footwear: pat. tip and foxing, turn sole. Cuban heels, in a lull run of sizes for one day, choice, pair $2.38 171 9