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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORXIXG, MARCH 20, 1908.
Make the breakfast a success ami the day will take care of itself. J lira ttl fOFFEl Folder's Golden Gate Coffee starts the day right. Aroma tight tins Never in bulk. Sold on merit No prizes no coupons-no crockery. J. A. Folg'er O Co., Sa FrkMiwo HE'S WORST-PROOF B. TAYLOR. COLORtD Nothing Very Serious Can Happen to . That Individual. Belford Taylor, colored, was arrested nt Globe the other day on a charge of violating the Edmunds act. He waa bound over to the federal grand Jury in the sum' of $1,000. it wan thought that amount would hold Belford for a while for no one conceived that he could secure ball for anything near that amount. But in a day or two a man came along with confidence In Belford and what was more to the purpose with enough money or fi nancial standing to put up an accept able bail. Belford got out of It all right. The worst never conies to the worst with him. He has been on the verye of death more times than any other man now living. He was once a resident of Phoenix. The relations between himself and wife were such that their married existence was a perpetual dis turbance of the peace, in violation of the laws of the city and the territory. One niKht on his return Mrs. Taylor met him with a gun and began ahoot. ing. When it Was over one messenger was sent for a doctor and another waa dispatched for the coroner. The doc tor got there first. If the coroner had arrived on the ground earlier Belford would have been legally, at least, deed. But he was taken to the hospital and the surgeons got to work on him, not with the slightest hope of saving him. but for the purpose of dissecting him. The condition of bis intestines excited the interest of professional and laymen alike. There were thirty-two distinct perforations and many which were not so distinct. There was one sec tion of the intestines which had been shot away entirely. The other holes were sewed up as a matter of form for the man whs still breathing. The more mangled section was cut away in Its entirety to the amount of two feet. A man has about ten yards of Intes tines and the doctors decided that to a man in the condition of Belford, a yard or so of intestines, more or less, would make mighty little difference. After all had been done that could be clone to a man yet living, purely as a matter of form the incision In Bel ford's abdomen was closed and he was laid aside to bo called for by the Grim Reaper. That functionary was de tained elsewhere that night and did not come at all. By the next morning Belford showed signs of improvement and in a week he was about town again. A BOX SOCIAL, There will be a box social at the Murphy school house tonight for the benefit ff the newly or ganized Sunday school. All are invit ed and the ladies are especially re quested to bring boxes. Did You Ever Stop To Think Why You Feel Lazy, Moody and Tired? We'll Tell You Why and Cure the Feeling. The remedy Is yours for the asking. Dyspepsia bars the way to your at taining success, wealth and Influence by clogging the wheels of your health machine. Tour work suffers, energy wanes, perseverance flags. In this age of hurry and bustle, where concentrated energy is essential to success, where the strong man wins and the weakest goes to the wall you owe it as a duty to yourself, vour family, your friends, to keep that God Kiven health you were blessed with at the start. AVhy not make a 'resh beginning, and at the expenditure of only 50 cents in the purchase of a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, find anew the joy of living." the joy of "working." the Joy of 'strife." Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain the very elements which your stom ach possessed when it was healthy pepsin, diastase, golden-seal and oth ers. By the action of these digestive ferments the dissolved food substances pass into the blood vessels and lym phatics, and so enter the general cir culation. Deprive the stomach of their assist ance and your gastric juice becomes weak, you cannot enjoy your food, you have trouble in your stomach after eating, you become moody. Indolent, dispirited. Itemedy these defects by using Stuart's Dysiepsla Tablets, which as sist nature by curing these ills. You need them to restore you to. that active condition of body, mind ' and spirit which is the key to success, the road to wealth and the doorway of fame. Sold at every drug store; price 50 cents. We are so convinced that once used you wiil never be without them, that we will Fend you by mail, free, on receipt of your name and address, a sample package. Address F. A. Stuart Co., JSO Stuart Bids-, Marshall. Mich. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at every drug store. HASSAYAMPA ClUB OF LOS ANGELES. CAl. A Move to Make t ie Summer Organ ization a Permca.ent Institution. Sometime ago circular letters were received here from Alon.o Tlailey, chairman of the organization commit tee cf the Hassayampa club of Los Angeles, nnd among those receiving them was the secretary of the board of trade. The purpose of the letter was to secure the co-operation of Arleona people In making permanent and se curing a home for the club, which has heretofore been a summertime society, formed plainly of Arizona people tem porarily visiting the coast. The let ter has been mentioned before but some may not have heard of it and others who received copies may have forgotten the matter, wherefore the letter is herewith reproduced: "Dear friend: The Arizona Hassa yampa Club of Los Angeles will never be fully satisfied until it has perma nent rooms of Its own which can be kept open twelve months In the year, nicely furnished and provided with all conveniences for taking good care of visiting Arizonans and their families. They want to establish rooms to be supplied with all the territorial news paper, with writing materials, desks and telephone, a bureau of informa tion and a register which shall bear the signatures and addreses nf all lo cal and visiting Arizonans so the whereabouts of neighbors and friends can be ascertained and business and racial appointments may be met with out delay. They want the rooms to be a meeting place where Arizonians may feel at home: which they may count their own and feel welcome to enter tain their families and friends there. "To provide ourselves with these conveniences will necessitate consider able expense. A committee has been appointed to investigate the probable eosl of maintaining such quarters and to look up a membership from whom dues, not exceeding 1G.00 per annum In addition to a small Initiation fee may be collected. Quite a number of Ari zonians living in Los Angeles and vi cinity have agreed to become contrib uting members for the purpose of maintaining permanent rooms. We are writing to you for an expression of your views as 'to tiie advisability of these plans and to ask If you and a number of your friends who visit Is Angeles occasionally will also become contributing members. We should be glad to have you give this matter con sldt rable attention and hope your re ply will be favorable. We would like to receive a list of several Arizonans who will agree with you to become contributing members. "Thanking you in advance for your co-operation, we are "Very sincerely. "ALOXZO BAILET. Chairman. "Please send reply to John S. Mitch ell, secr.-tary. Hollenheck Hotel, Ixs Angeles, Cnl." Livers Exchanged IF the active liver of the 1 cod-fish could be put into the place of the torpid liver of the consumptive it would probably do him a world of good. Next best thin j is Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. Almost as good u a new liver. The great power of SCOTTS EMULSION as a flesh-pro. ducer proves that much of the activity of the ood's liver is contained in every spoonful. All Drmifiita: S0. ad $1.00. shares in each of the ten districts. providing his automobile could travel fast enough for him to g-et to all dis trlcts in the valley during the hours of election. However he could not vote the entire 160 shares In any one of the ten districts. The small holder will be placed alt right without any reporting to the secretary but the owner who has more than 160 acres should remember to rail and signify his wishes In the mat ter that he may lose no privileges by neglect. And he should do so at once for the "cretary will be very busy from now on getting the great register ready for the printer. . TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. The following transcripts of the rec orda of the offices of the district clerk, tbe probate court and the county re corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title company. The records for yesterday were: NO ONE EXPECTS IT. Without the use of Sexlne Pills a weak or run down person cannot ex pect to beci.me thoroughly strong. Sexine Pills are the strongest and surest tonic In the world. The price is Jl a box: six boxes sr. with full guarantee. Address or call Elvey & Hulett where they sell all the prin cipal remedies and do not substitute. VOTING PRIVIUGfS INW.U. A.'tLEGllON Land Holders, Especially Those Hold ing a Large Acreage, Should Not Neglect to Report Their Voting Pre cincts Tbe books of the Salt River Vallev Water Users association were cloned yesterday to further transfers in ac cordance with the association rules governing the annual election, to en able the secretary to prepare the great register. That does - not mean that titles cannot be transferred until after election, but merely that there can be no changes in the voting privileges of members between now and election day, so that on election day those who are entitled to vote will be the people who were entitled to vote yesterday as the books stood. A man might buy a farm today and thereby become a member of the association but he could not vote until the election a year later. The election occurs on the first Tues day In April, which this year will be April 7. In this connection it is timely to re peat a few of the election provisions of the association rules with a sugestion to some of the ' members who hold property in different districts, that they should report to the secretary at once, before he makes up the great register, where they desire to do their voting. In the first place no member Is per mitted to vote more than 160 shares of stock, no matter how much property he owns. This Is to prevent the dicta tion of the large property owner during the present period preceding the allot ment, by the government of water to specific lands, and also that the gov ernment of the association before the allotment may be kept under the same restrictions it Is afterward, for under the reclamation law, water can be de livered to only 160 acres for any one owner and those who have a surplus of land disposeof it before the water is alloted. At present however there are several members who have more than 180 acres and they should call ,on tne secretary before the great register is made up and tell him which tracts they desire to exercise their franchise for at the election, for they must vote in the par ticular district in which the lands they represent are located. So far as voting for president and vice president is con cerned it would make no difference which district they voted in but if they are concerned in the candidacy of any member of the board of governors or council, In any district where they own hinds, they will probably have a pref erence where they shall vote. Kvery member however is entitled to representation for all his holdings up to the number of 160 acres, uo matter how many districts it might be scat tered over. For instance a man with sixteen acres In each of the ten dis tricts, would be entitled to vote sixteen RECORDER'S OPFICK. Mary E. Kiekas to S. H. Mitchell, lots 5. 6. 7, 8, 9. block 27. Collins addi tion. Ethel . Twltchell and husband to B. G. Fecka, part lot 6. block JO, Neahr's addition. Mason D. Novlnger. et al.. to Madge Richmond Roberts. Hot '.. block 88, Capitol addition. B. G. Tecka and others to J. J. Wil son, west half northwest quarter of southwest quarter 15-2N-3E. S. C. Wynkoop to T. F. Brown, lot 2, block 8. Brill's addition. John W. Fitzhugh. et al to Elizabeth Kennedy, rait southwest quarter, 27-2N-3E. Lewis W. Coggins and wife to Wil liam Crittenden, lots 6. 89, block 30, Grand Av.nue addition. F. L. Price and wife to David P. Jones, part lots 7, R. block 6, Dennis nddltlon. o PLANNED MURDER Of A PRISONER A Charge By Convict Against Two County Officers of Salt Lake PY1HI4N FESTIVITIES , DULY PLANNED FOR ( Supreme Chancellor Barnes and Will Arrive Tomorrow Keception in tne Evening Charles A. Barnes, supreme chan- nellnt. rt Ihn If nlirhtu ' f I"-1 h i -a u op. companieu oy airs, names, win arrive in Phoenix tomorrow morning from the coast. Local committeemen will ar range for the spending of the day by the distinguished visitors, in driving about the city and valley. Saturday evening will be devoted to a reception to be given by the Knights of Pythias and the Pythian Sisters, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes. The lodges of the territory have for several weeks been anticipating with great pleasure this visit of the su preme chancellor. The grand vice chancellor, H. P. Merrill of Jerome, will arrive In the morning, for the I reception and the grand master at arms. R. H. Ollson of Globe, arrived here yesterday. The details of the big Pythian event are being cared for by Past Grand Chancellor Judge J. H. Ingston of Phoenix, and Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, Prof. J. D. Loper of Mesa City, assisted by committees. At least half nf the lodges of the territory will have representatives present at the reception. The members of the lodges In Tempe and Mesa City will come over In the evening on a special train. A banquet, speeches and toasta will take up most of the time. Phoenix Lodge No. 2 has extended an invitation to all Knights of Pythias visiting in the city to ba present to meet and help pay honor to tbe potable guests. The reception will take place in the Knights of Pythias Hall. and Third avenue he saw In the moon light a bank of earth which had been thrown up in the making of the ditches for the new pipes. The doctor as sumed that the ditch had been filled and that the earth he saw was what was left over. This assumption was based on the fact that there were no red lights In sight. The next instant he struck the em bankment and In the first half of the next instant the nose of his machine was wallowing in the depths of a three foot ditch. Thes doctor went on. Impelled by the Impetus he had ac quired before he left the machine. He was not hurt but he does not attribute that fact to any municipal precautions but' rather to providence. The auto was badly wrecked in many and In fact most particulars. In the early experiences of the doc tor With automombiles he used to try to stop them when they seemed to be getting beyond control by yelling "whoa!" at them. This time the dam age was all done before he had time to give voice to the reactionary senti ment conveyed by that expression. FAVORABLE IES1IM0NY TO ELEC1RIC BOAT CO. NEG01IATING Willi GIIY FOR SALE OF AN AUTO Dr. Hughes Has One .Which He Thinks Phoenix Ought to Have. Dr. H. A. Hughes has an automo bile which he Is thinking of selling to the city. He believes can offer an in ducement which the municipality can not resist. The automobile Is not In as Rood a state of repair as it was a few nights ago and it is for that rea son that the doctor thinks the city may want it. The machine is In pieces and its disintegration is incidental to the improvements of the waterworks system now in progress. Xlght before last the doctor had a hurry call to the southwestern part of ( town and he was answering It in something of a hurry. As he was ap- I proaching the crossing of Grant street 1 Secretary Metcalf Dees Not Think the Government is in Danger of Being I Washington, March 19. Secretary of the Navy Metcalf and Admiral Cappp, chief of the bureau of construction of the navy department today testified before the special committee of the house Investigating the charges made against the Electric Boat company by Representative Lllley of Connecticut. Both stated that they did not believe that the Electric Boat company had secured an excessive profit on the con tracts already uu aided them nor did they believe that they would make an excessive profit on any future con- . tracts they may secure. Edward L. Clarkson, private secre- i tary to Representative Hobson, testi- j fied that Lawrence Spear, vice pres ident of the Electric Boat company, told him that the company had Influ- I ence with Speaker Cannon and could 1 use It to help Hobson to get on the naval affairs committee but before do ing so it would have to know how he stood on the proposition in which he was Interested the question of sub marine boats. Representative Butler of Pennsyl vania appeared before the committee and said he had never at any time spoken to Metcalf relative to the con struction or any kind of boat. Evi- ; dence was presented showing that the 1 only endorsement Hobson had for a place on the naval affairs committee was from the Alabama delegation In congress. John Sharp Williams, the Family Doctor Prescribed At 80 years of age Mr. John Van Luvanee, Moline, III., was restored to health and vigor by taking Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as prescribed by his doctor. Mr. Van Luvanee says he feels as young as he did 40 years ago, and is so delighted with the ben efits received from the use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, that he recommends it to old and young. " I am over 80 years of age and I have had to work hard ever since I was old enough to do anything. I was generally rugged and healthy up to about three years ago, then I began to feel that I was getting old. I could not go up or down stairs without having to hold on to some thing. About a year ago I was out riding on an open wagon, the weather was chilly, I caught a bad cold and fever followed. I had to send for a doctor. I got over the fever, but I was still sick. -1 had no appetite. I was weak and had no flesh on my bones. The doctor told me to get Dufiy's Pure Malt Whis- whn van lhvanbe. kev. take it as directed, and I did r. I was soon better, my appetite returned and I felt as well as I did 40 years ago. I must say that Duffy's Pure, Malt Whiskey has been a great benefit to me, and has prolonged my life. I feel as well and can get around, I think, as smartly as the majority of men can at 45 years of age. I am very sure that it all came by using Duffy's Pure Malt Whis key and I advise every person, both old and young, especially the old, who have not very good health to take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as directed, and be temperate in all things. What I have said of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is my personal experience ; it is by using it that I know it is a good medicine and I cannot help speaking of the good it has done me." JOHN VAN LUVANEE, Moline, 111.. Nov. 5, 1907. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is an absolutely pure distillation of malted grain ; great care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted, thus destroying the germ and pro ducing a predigested liquid food in the form of a malt essence, which is the most effective tonic stimulant and invigorator known to science; soft ened by warmth and moisture its palatability and freedom from injurious substances render it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive stomach. If you wish to ktep young, strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regu larly, according ro directions. It tones and strengthens the heart action and purifies the entire system. It is recognized as a family medicine. CAUTION When you ask your druggist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure Kalt Whiskey be sure you g-et tne genuine. It's tbe only absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey and Is sold In sealed bottles only never In bulk. Look tor tne trade mark, tne " Old Chemist," on tne label, make sure tne seal over the cork Is unbroken and that our guarantee is on every bottle. Price $1.00. Write Dr. R. Curran, Consulting Physician, for a free Illustrated medical booklet and free advice. Duffy's Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. minority leader, had recommended his appointment to the speaker, and the recommendation had been accepted by Speaker Cannon. Liiley did not attend today's session of the committee ex cept at the opening. The public ses sions cf the committee were adjourned until next Thursday. Salt Lake City. March 19 The sher iff of Salt Luke county and the district attorney were accused today of plot ting to murder a prisoner In the coun ty Jail. The accusation was made by Richard Demlng. a convict called to testify for the defense in the trial of Joseph Sullivan for the murder of a policeman. Among the points made against Sullivan by the prosecution was that he sawed the bars of his cell in the county jail. Deming was his cell mate at the time. Demlng testi fied' today that he, not Sullivan, sawed the bars. He added that the two coun ty officers urged him to permit Sulli 'van to get out first that he might be shot and disposed of. The sheriff and district attorney pronounce the story a fabrication. COLLIER PROCEEDING NORTH Lima. March 19. The American collier Arethusa, conveying the torpe do boat flotilla, left here for Panama yesterday and took mail for the United States. The Peruvian schooner Almlr ante Orau leaves here tomorrow for San Francisco. Keep a Full Supply of Stored-up energy on tap for emergencies. It's the competent man who is always ready, that gets the best places in the business world. Right food, regularly eaten, is the basis cn which real energy is made, and the man who daily includes Grape-Nuts in his dietary, feels the ' glow of energy in nerve and muscle stored up -for the steady pnll that wins, - The Phosphate of Pot ash contained in wheat and barley, is retained in making Grape-Nuts, and combines with albumen in the blood to rebuild the brain and nerve fells, broken down by natural effort and business ginchams. Stripes, checks and solid color, of 27 inch gingham. In 12Vi and .rc quality. Special yarrt..l0 WHITE GOODS. Novelty white goods, in very sheer and fine qualities, in striped and barred effects. Val ue up to 25c. Special, yard 18 EMBROIDERIES. Fine cambric edges and Inser tions, in widths C and 8 inches. Values up to l.'c. Special, yard ! g NEW LACES. Extra quality Normandie Val. laces In matched sets, width up to 10 Inches. Very desirable for underwear and dress trimmings. Yard 10 TO 25 FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIALS WASH SUITS. Spring and summer suits, in varied patterns and qualities, sailor suits, shirt waist suits, house dresses, nurses' uniform suits. Princess dresses and junip er suits. Prices, per suit S2.50 T S12.50 KIMONOS AND SACQUES. Fancy house sacques, long and short kimonos, in new and novel designs, materials of best wash batiste and lawns, varied assortment, ranging up from price, per garment T5? MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Complete assortment of all grades of ladies' muslin underwear, such as cor set covers, drawers, petticoats, combination suits, chemises and complete bridal trousseau sets. Prices the lowest, values the best. WKSi FRENCH BATISTE. Dainty wash batiste in colors, navy and brown figured effects and white ground with polka dots of blue, lavender, green and red. Price, per yard 25J IMPORTED PONGEE. New Pongee in natural color, plain and embroidered silk dots of brown, green, red and navy. Per yard ....75 TO S1.50 RAJAH SILKS. Grades of raw silks, heretofore sold for $1.00 per yard, in colors Copenhagen blue, champagne, brown, navy, green and red. Special, yard Sot NOVELTY SILKS. Fancy figured spring silks In colors. Copenhagen blue. navy, brown, tan and black. Price, yard GOC r ! GLEAN SWEEP SALE ' These Specials on Sale This Week DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers See Our New Line Feather Dusters 33 In Time of Peace, Prepare for War. w Buy, Hot Weather Furnishings now During Our Clean Sweep Sale This movement includes many warm weather necessities marked at such sharp savings that it pays to anticipate your future needs. Every depart ment of this great institution contributes liberally to this "Clean Sweep Sale' A visit to our store will convince you. dt $7.50 SUIT CASES Substantially made leather. 24 Inch size, splendidly trimmed and finished of all genuine $4.95 $2.75 COTTON SLABS 2x6 size, slightly damuged by rain while moving; good quality tick, filled with genuine picked cotton. Special price iii lien, iineu $1.95 $5.00 GO-CARTS. Oolden Oak body and enameled gear: a collapsible, adjustable can; a Dar- gain at the regular price. Special price carx; a utti - $3.85 ac tivity. "There's a Reason" for THESE SPECIAL ITEMS are on sale now, subject to stock on hand, they are se lected at random from scores of others equally desirable. GRAPE-NUTS New Location, Noble Block, Adams and First Streets. t