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TJIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORXIXG, MARCH 10 1908.
THE REPRESENTATION OF GOLDSMITH'S COMEDY By Miss Noyes Was Very Pleasing and Her Work Was Most Inspiring. It Is a rare accomplishment which ran, unaided by scenery, special rns tiimtng and stage acessnries, vitalize and plate clearly before an audlemv a literary masterpiece. Its several distinctive and varied character: clothed tn all their pecullarwhliniscal ties and particular attributes, and hold the attention of. the hearers for the or dinary length of an entertainment. Yet this is ihe success achieved by Mini. Kd;h Coburn Noyes last night at the Arizona School of Music, where the auditorium was comfortably filled with an appreciative assemblage. N The presentation of "She Stoops to Conquer" was unqualifiedly artistic and enjoyable. It was even more than that to the literary' student, for Miss Noyes applied the illuminative touch to characters wh-.eh could never be so fully .ppre?iated and conceived In the mind of the average reader, of ijold hirJth's rfld English comedv. In the first plate the characters depleted are ! not the most ordinary types, the au thor's selection leing the most excep tional for his purpose and his theme. There were fourteen dramatic per sonae in the entire representation and Mls Noyes showed a broad sympathy and intuitive understanding of the material natures of each from the ec centric squire to rthe charming nelce of the bellicose match promoting aunt. The contrasts were effectively wrought and the people seemed almost in reali ty present upon the stage. It was a splendid treat and the audience at tested vo its appreciation of Miss Noyes' remarkable power of delinea tion with frequent and hearty applausu. do you get up with a la: E BACK ? DEATH OF MRS. ZUCK MONTHS Of SUFff RING Widow of Harry Z. Zuck, Former Weil Known Attorney of Tempe Mrs. Myrtle Zuck, widow of Harry V.. Zuck, a former resident of this county, engaged in the practice of law, at Tempe and before that, district at torney of Navajo county, died on March S on East Washington street. Comparatively few of the former friends of Mrs. Zuck were aware that she had returned to the citr. though she had been here for several months. She was suffering of a bronchial af fection which made conversation dif ficult, if not impossible, and for that reason sha did not care to meet her earlier acquaintances. Most of the time she was under the care of a relative. Miss Buck, a well known teacher of English at the Car bondale Illinois State Normal School. When Miss Buck was required to re turn to Carbondale to resume her dit ties, she was succeeded by Mr.. F. M. Zuck of Winslow. who remained with her daughter-in-law until the end. The body was taken to Winslow to be bur ied beside that oi her husband who idled in Phoenix nine years ago. Mrs. Zuck was thirty-two years of age; She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phillips. -formerly of Phoe nix. Mrs. M. A, Phillips now resides at Burnett Cal., near Long Beach, with a sister of Mrs. Zuck. Mrs. Zuck leaves a daughter, aged twelve, now with relatives at Carbondale. Ills. Mrs. Zuck was educated at Carbondale and it was there that she met Mr. Zuck as a. student o GREAT SKIN CURE STIRS EUROPE Wr ' ' :r4 'r. i2f If Have You Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver or Bladder Trouble ? To Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, will do for YOU, all our Readers May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. sallow complex- Pain or dull ache In the back is evi dence of kidney trouble. It Is, nature's timely warning to show you thai the track of health Is not clear. Danger Signals. If these danger signals are Unheeded more serious results follow; Bright' disease, which Is the worst form of kldnev trouble, miv steAl unnn von The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remark able cures in the most distressing cases, ir you need a medicine, you should have the best. Lame Back. Lame Back is only one of many symptoms of kidney trouble. Other symptoms showing that you need Swamp-Root are. being obliged to pass water often during the day and to get up many times during the night. Catarrh of the Bladder. Inability to hold urine, smarting In passing, uric acid, headache, dizziness, indigestion, sleeplessness, nervousness, sometimes the heart acts badly, rheu matism, bloating, lack of ambition. Medical Profession Interested in Ex ternal Wash Which Is Producing Remarkable Results. Instant relief and permanent cures have so invariably followed the use of an American prescription for the cure of skin diseases that European doc tors, always zealous to lead in fields of medical knowledge, are still direct ing inquiries as to the ingredients of this external vegetable remedy. The makers of the prescription, the P. P. I). Company of Chicago, are re plying frankly to such European ln- may be loss of flesh ion. Prevalency of Kidney Disease. Most people do not . realize the alarming increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease. While kidney disorders are the most common diseases that prevail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and j physicians, who content themselves I with doctoring the effects, while the original disease undermines the ays- j tern. A Trial Will Convince Anyone. j In taking Swamp-Root you afford natural help to Nature, for Swamp-1 Root Is the most perfect healer and ' Shirts THE "GRIFFON BRAND" SHIRTS AND WAISTS ARE CELEBRATED AS THE BEST KNOWN BRAND IN THE WORLD. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THEM HERE. I si . (l--cv-- 5, rff : Remnants WE STILL HAVE A NUMBER OF GOOD BARGAINS IN REMNANTS, ALL MARKED DOWN AT A GREAT - .-ri tY "EDUCED PRICE. Silks Silk Mull in all shades, dainty floral designs, satin striped, 27 Inches wide, at. yard 75 Kimono Bilks, in the Japanese floral or figured designs, 30 Inches wide, nt. ynr.1 .....50 Fancy Colored Silk Chiffon In stripes, figures or dots, 28 Inches wide, at. yard 60 Dress Goods White Wool Serge, 40 inches wide, a good value at. yard G3 1 White Brll'iantlne, a very suitable quality for a waist or skirt, soft and fine. 44 Inches wide, at, yard 81.00 White Sicilian, 44 Inches wide, a $1.C0 quality at. yard. . 81.12 Wool Voile, fine weave. In light green, purple, blue, pink, grey and white, 36 inches wide, at, yard T5 Silks Imported Pongee Silk, good quality, 2 Inches wide, at. yard 81.00 Japanese Silk, a very nice quality, yard wide, at, yard 6Set Wash Silks in champagne color, bro caded with fine dots, fine silk em broidered, dotted 'stripes, of black, royal blue, brown, right green and light blue, 19 inches wide. Special at. ynr 45k Table Linen Silver Bleached Table Linen, 72 Inches wide, regular 9c quality. Spe cial, yard 75 Full Bleached Table I.lnen, 72 inches wide (napkins to match), $2.25 quality at, yard 82.00 Full Blachfd Tabln Unen, 72 Inches w!t!f (napkins to match), $1.50 quality at. yard $1.55 Dress Linen Dress Linen, 36 inches wide, In tan, light pink, blue and white at, per yard 20t Press Linen, 36 inches wide, linen color wtth brown and black polka dots, 35c quality at, yard 25 Waist Linen, white, nice and sheer, 75c quality at. yard SOe gentle aid to the kidneys that has yet been "discovered. If you 'are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what you need,, you can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles at all the drug stores. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and "the address, Blng hampton, X. T., whicll' you will find on every bottle. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp Root you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable' information, both sent absolutely free by mall. The book contains many of the thous ands of letters received from men and women who found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy they needed. The value of Swamp-Root Is so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample bottle.- Address Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blnghampton, ?f. Y., and be sure to say you read this generous offer in the Arizona Republican. The genuineness of this offer Is guaranteed. , - KANSAS CITY MARKETS. Review of Prices and Conditions of the Weefc. s Kansas City, March 8. Cattle sup plies list week amounted to 34,000 head, and prices advanced 5 to 15 cents for the week. The supply is light to day, at 10,000 head, and the they really mean Is that Justice Har lan gives the Impression of intellectu al and moral force, such as Is closely associated with the memories of both Marshall and Webster. He Is a giant amongst men. and if he has weukness es but one Is apparent his love for the 'ancient and royal game of golf. Golf has never interfered with his judicial Men's Department Men's Oolf and Negligee Shirts, In an endless variety of madras, per cale, cheviots, silk ginghams, mohair and silks; price Q5 to $3.00 Men's Cotton Ribbed Shirts and Drawers in pink, blue and white; worth $1.25 a suit, at, suit 90 Men's Sanitary AustralTan, light weight Wool Shirts and Drawers, worth $3.00 a suit; per garment -. 93 Men's Balbrlggan Shirts and prawers, good weight and all sizes; have sold for $1.0,0 a Bull. ' Special at, garment 42 Men's Fancy Sox In grey, tan pnd black silk, embroidered. Special, two pair for 25 Men's Department John B. Stetson's Hats In most any style can now be had here. I W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES We are the sole agents here for W. L. Douglas Shoes.; If you are hard to please why not try a pair of W. L. Douglas Shoes? W.LDOUGLAS SHOES BEST IN THE TOD Prosper Bardone, commission mer chant. 19 South Center St. ' market ' wun everyining eise. is strong to 10 higher. The second iei n iukh ms consignment of Lockhart steers, from 'gnt F?th the nuiet humor which is Rocky Ford, arrived today, sold at ! ,art 'ms Philosophy, rf life. Recent $5.45. as compared with $5.25 for the I v' wh"e I'layfB Ith a clergyman, first shipment, received here last Mon- j p00101! StU. the divine, having day. Several trains of Colorado stock I 'ooz,?1; was caz'" at ,he baU wi,h cattle are here, xelllnir fit 14 55 to 14 SO r 1 i"l'reeu u,.. mainly, and killing steers from Colo rado, outsile of the Lockhnrt steers, sold at $4.40 to $4.80. New' Mexico and Panhandle stuer3 rold last week at $4.00 to $4.75, cows $.1.00 to $3.75, some spayed heifers at $4.60. stock steers and when JiTstke Harlan said with a chuckle: "Doctor, if you don't mind I me telling you, that's the most profane j silence I ever listened to." , - One great virtue he certainly pos sesses; he docs not carry the majestv $3.90 to $4.C0, calves $4.00 to $6.00, fed ' ?f ,thC, lnt pri:'a,eJlfe' A cr bulls $3.?5 to H.W. February cattle re- I ",e",li 13 man. anu celpu at Kansas City show a shortage !e (,"es, ,ry to d'v"t hlms'lf "r 't: n, in s. ev,h,. ..-.. !b"t " is dignity -sweetly tempered by quiries that this Eczema remedy is I and moamu receipts are anticipated , p; rsonal vm ami the radUnce or a simr.lv oil of wintergreen comnounded i .t. u r..i I vigorous, active mind. His wit is keen with other vegetable ingredients of fi ,nttl,o ,...,.. i but merciful, and he has a funfl of an- known healin; and glycerine. Apparently no case of no matter j h0KS urc responsible for the big total, i !.n,dra p'ace ?fToque!, rTTom how long standing can stand against shwp ani yearUng3 remained steadv I, . ' N",a aTnd Y . S" this simnle remedv. known as D. n : i... ,. , v... .,... ,n n.ton by Aubrey Lanston in The Bohe- D Prescrlntlnn. Here i a tvnienl let. I . .. mL . , , ... ; Ullan lor Marcr. with other vegetable ingredients of i ,.ir rK..o- inaua I ' utw j c AV,e'f .biivaunt J , . . power sucn as mymoi were heavir8t on record at this market " "i '",J Z, .. , ' , T i. .inls profession, on which he occasional ly "'. "'6'- "111,. ,!,. 1 1M ..t ! ter from Mrs. E. Payne of East Pitts burg. Pa.: "I had a horrible breaking out on my legs and feet, and tried nearly all medicines and salves with out result. The first bottle of D. D. D. helped me and I secured a complete cure. That was two years ago and I have had no trouble since." We have investigated the merits of D. I). D. Prescription and believe it to be the best and quickest cure for skin was firm, and the moderate run of 8500 had today is selling good, lambs about steady, mainly at $6.50 to $0.65, and yearlings and sheep to higher to day. Monte Vista lamos brought th3 top, several different consignments go ing at $6.65. while the Arkansas valley led In yearlings at $6.15, ewes, $5.00, and wethers $5.40. Ft. Collins lambs sold here last week ait $6.40 to $6.60, consid ered good prices for heavy lambs. Some diseases. At any rate, we .positively ' f tne standard Meat & L. S. com- We have investigated theSHRDRD know that it. takes away the Itch just as soon as you apply a few drops of the soothing liquid. Call for free book let on care and nutrition of the skin and ask for a cake of D. D. D. Soap. Klvey & Hnlett. pany's ewes sold at f5.35 late last week, and wethers at $5.50. With moderate receipts, the market wiil likely remain strong. o BREAKING IT GENTLY. The Quiet Humor of Justice Harlan. i In the first rank of the after dinner ! speakers of Washington is certainly 1 Justice Harlan of the United States ! supreme court, who is always listened "Pardon me. sir."' began the portly ; to with the keenest enjoyment. There person in the railroad train to the man I are oulte a few who cannot meet this who sat next to him, "but what would eminent jurist without calling to mind you suy If I sat on your hat?" .John Marshall, although there Is no "Suppose ydu sit on it and then ask j physical likeness between the Justice me," suggested the other. and the portraits of his predecessor. It "I did.-' admitted the portly person have heard others.liken him to Web calnily. Harper's Weekly. ; stei- without "the breath" but what COFFEE The goodness of every thing else at breakfast de pends on the coffee. Yoar rrocer raturni your money if to deal tik ScbilUoc's But: par bin. MEXICAN LAND. At Atascador, American Colony, Tarn pico, Mex., East Coast and Gulf of Mexico, rich prairie and timber land, $7.50 per acre. Plenty of rain; pure water; perfect title. School and Sun day school. Call on or' address W. H. Greene. 607 N. 1st St.. Phoenix. Ariz. There is Only One "Bromo Quinine" That Is Laxative Bromo Quinine USD THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IH OKE DAY. Always remember tho full x.aine. Look Jto fiXf jf- ' for this signature on every box. 25c. (j Jyj!rTrrS THE HOrVMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO FvND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broaaway , A Center. CALIFORNIA WINE &, LIQUOR CO. ji.no 1.2S IM 1.75 2.IW 1.50 Claret Ppl. 75 Sl.0 Zanfandel 1,25 Burennily 1 .." (irenaehe 1.75 t arlM-oret 2.00 Sjil price by bl. Rierlinx Sautcrne ''hagvelas Outedel Semillon Trent Blanea Spt. Burgundy Port a aa XXX xxxx Anffeliea Sherry J. F. Cutter Whisky, Hermitage, Old Taylor, Ambassador, King of Ken tucky and a hundred more of the best quality, and a full line of Cordials. Special price for barrel. Hot Lunch at Richelieu Saloon. 19-21 South Center St. SINCE BREAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE It behooves every family to use the best flour. We recommend Perfect or Daisy Flour They are the reliable brands, the results of many years of careful experience. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Phoenix, Arizona. I was invited out to tea. And pleased I was to find That she served Cactus Candy, Bought of Donofrio. mind. Everybody wants to read it, "SPIR ITUALISM EXPOSED," a book pub lished by W. F. Petty. Price 50c. Ad- dress New Publishing Co., Phoenix, I Arizona. V'i; AND STAG RUBY flour Arc the two "best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe or any store in Mesa. The Buckeye Lumber Co. THE ONLY ADVERTISED INDEPENDENT LUMBER YARD IN ARIZONA. If you are not In sympatny with Trusts, Pools, Combines and Re bates to preferred customers, give us a part of your trade. OUR POLICY -A SQUARE DEAL Our prices are right all the time. We carry the largest stock, the best assortment and a better quality of lumber for the money than any other yard in Phoenix. Car lots to all railroad points. Buckeye Lumber Co., S-Points Phone Black 401. I J MONT ANDERSON, Prop. Just received a big ( shipment of Navajo Rug's of all sizes, which we are going to sell cheaper than ever sold In Phoenix. Our line of harness which we manufacture ourselves is the best and prices cheaper than any. Come In and see our stock before you buy. A full line of wagons and buggies. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co.. Cast Adam St, next door to Adams HoteL Crasville No. 3924 The noted French coach stallion will make the season 1908 at Cowboy Cor ral, Five Points. Phoenix, Arizona. For terms, etc., apply at 9 West Ad ams street or at corral. . I t THE MISSION A. resort for gentlemen. The . original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK OONNELLEY, Prop. H. RAMSEY VETERINARY 8URGE0N. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horMea and nice rigs for hire Office and stable corner First av enue and Jefferson St Phone Black 552. Phoenix. Aria. 1 90S Motorcycles Bicycles, Tires and Sundries. First Class Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO, 31 South First Avenue. ' Phone Ited 537. 2 i Dorris Opera House March lO and ll-9.'08. Elk's 8th Annual Show, ' presenting 66 PINAFORE" GREEN HOUSE WHITE CUT FLOWERS, GERANIUMS, FERNS. CHAS. BURROUGH3, 1138 East Monroe. Phone and Specialties. Seats One Dollar, Gallery 50c, Boxeslower floor $10, uper floor $7.50. Seat sale opens at 8:00 a. in. March 7, 1908, at BOEHMER'S DRUG STORE. 1