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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. MORNING, ATRIL .1, 1003.
ra FOURTH WARD STORM CENTER Of the Republican City Primaries The Regular Caucus Cis licj Ticket Easily Elec-1ei. More than usual interest was dis ployed in the republican city primaries yesterday than hail taken place in years. It all centered in the fourth ward whcni the regular caucus ticket, that is the C'isney ticket was elected by a majority of twenty-four, insuring the renomination of Claude Cisney for t'oiiiH-ihnan from that ward, and by the way. insuring his re-election. Mr. Cisney was understood to be op posed hy representatives of the terri torial administration though his real opponent was Barney Kersting whose letters to the administration had pret ty closely identified hint with those, who are fnoring Instructions to the republican national convention. It was discovered a short time ago that a blunder had been made In try ing to prove at the city primaries that the instructionists were in control of tile city and an effort was made to call Mr. Kersting off. But he persist ed in regarding himself as the vice gerent of the administration In the fourth ward and continued his efforts toward the refeat of Cisney. Though his actions were disavowed on the part of a part of the territorial admin istration and though he was opposed by some of the representatives of the administration, yesterday he had the support and aid of others. He had be come an embarrassment; he could be neither wholly endorsed nor wholly re pudiated ard he certainly could not be controlled. The colored Taft club took an active part in the opposition to Cisney. There were several reasons why Mr. Cisney was endorsed at the primaries. ne was his record of two years as councilman and the other was the re sentment of the fourth ward voters against the outside influences which had been brought to bear against Mr. Cisny. Among the influences was tin solid saloon vote which had been marshalled against him by Mr. Kerst ing. it having been pointed out to the saIornkeeiers thnt Cisney as council man had supported every reform move ment .'rum the abolition of gambling, that had ever been proposed. Another thing that helped the Cisney ticket was the persisfnt assertions of friends of the administration and well known instructionists that J. C. Adams was dictating the politics of thai wan!. The friends of Mr. Adams resented this foolish and needless attack upon him. j iweiwuig luai oe imo luneii no pan i in ine an airs 01 mat warn ana mat as a matter of fact he was not in the ward all day yesterday. This brought many votes to the Cisney ticket which perhaps would not have been cast at all. There were votes at the republi can fourth ward primaries, tli'-se wre defective and of since the following Cisney ticket re ceived 14": J. H. McClintock. Henry Ryder. P. J. Sullivan. K. A. Spaulding. Wm. Al- Brain and Body Builder Mr. John Adams, 94 years old, of Gardner, Me., en joys health end vigor of both Brain and Body. "I write to say that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey helped me very much in a severe bowel complaint, from which I suffered for more than a year, and to express my deep thanks for the relief I feel. I enclose $2.00 for two more bottles. I am so grateful for the strength of mind and body your remedy has given me that I am inducing all my elderly friends to try it if they wish to enjoy a good appetite, good sleep and good health. You may use this communication for the benefit of the public if 5011 wFsh. I am almost 94 years of age. With the warmest of wishes for. the sue- j cess of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, j I am, John Adams.'' j Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is an absolutely pure distillation of malted j grain, great care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted, thus destroying the germ and producing a predigested liquid food in the form of a malt essence, which is the most effective tonic stimulant and invigor j ator known to science ; softened by warmth and moisture, its palatability ; and freedom from injurious sub- j stances render it so that it can be re tained by the most sensitive stomach. 1 Sold by druggists, grocers and dealers, or direct. $1.00 per bottle.' Write Dr. Curran, Consulting Physician, for free illustrated medical booklet containing a few of the many convincing testimonials received from grateful men and women who have been cured, and free advice. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N.Y. Colored linens WE NEVER HAD A MORE SAT ISFACTORY STOCK OF COLOR ED DRESS LINENS Ours are 36 inches wide and come in every con ceivable shade of blue, such as Cop enhagen, del, alice. etc. Every thread pure linen and strictly fast color. Oct your new suit today they sell at yard 45 c Excellent Underwear Values At 50c We can show vou a Women's .silk fin. l.isle Vest that cannot be dis tinguished from those usually re tailed at 7Tc and Jl.oii. It comes ir low neck and sleeveless; neck and armholes are pure silk taped. The prettiest part is the yoke. Im agine one with pretty crocheted net covered with medallions! That'"' the kind we sell today at 50c each Here is Welcome News from Our Hosiery Dept. The public at large is fully mvare of our "constant aim to improve quality of stocks. We have again been suc cessful in that direction by getting the exclusive selling agency of "Cordon liy.V Hosiery the kind that will serve women better than any other make in the market. That can truly be said with propriety and safety of every style and quality of this brand of hosiery. Just a Little flint of What's Here: "GORDON DYE" TAN LISLE HOSE White top. dropstitched. white stripes clear down, spliced heels and toes, very elastic, all sizes, l''r l!'r 50 "GORDON DYE" FANCY LISLE HOSE iM-opstitehed. while heels and toes, white upppers with black stripes. Mack boot per pair.". "JOc "GORDON DYE" TAN GAUZE LISLE HOSE Very fine, full -fusli-loned. spliced heels am! toes, elastic tops, full line of sizes per I"""- 70C "GORDON DYE" MERC. LISLE HOSE Champagne color, striped, dropstitched effects, spliced heels and toes per pair 7oC - y V- -r "GORDON DYE" BLACK GAUZE LISLE HOSE Extra fine ami cool, silk embroidered iKtot, full line of sizes per pair 75 "GORDON DYE" TAN LISLE HOSE Various shades, very eris tic, boot silk embroidered in con trasting colors per pair . "GORDON DYE" TAN GAUZE LISLE HOSE A sn rb quality, silk embroidiTed boot in self colors l'r !'-'ir S1.00 "GORDON DYE" PURE SILK HOSE In either black or tan. ex quisitely finished, looks like a $2.00 affair per pair SI. 25 While Linens THOSE WHO WAITED FOR OUR NEW SUPPLY OF WHITE DRESS LINENS MAY COME TODAY AND GET THEIR FILL And bet ter values you never saw. It's the betfer class of linens, fine and me dium grade, every thread strictly warranted of purest linen flax. The great demand for white dress linens and our small prices tell vou not lo delay. 40c to 90c peryd Latest Spring Styles McDonald Negligee Shirts THEY HAVE COME AT LAST And what a dainty lot they are. There is positively nothing lacking to make the showing perfect and complete. Fifty different styles, in either plain colors, checked, striped or silk embroidered. Materials are the most dependable In existence the soft kinds, so desirable for warm weather. Shirts to fit the slim, stout and extra stout. Kvery garment a guaranteed union-made article which means that buttons are sewed on to stay. Prices range from $1.00 to $3.50 Fourth Ward W. Bush. c. W. Stoke. Brady. Jim .Murphy A. II. Davidson. W. Jackson. W. Kunkle. Joe Kd Rieves. SI. J. H. SI. Saavedra. T. Smith. Kugene , ! PHOENIX BASEBALL j LEAGUE BOOMING Permanent Organization and Ruei and Regulations Were Features of Last Night's Session. i The Phoenix liaseball League at the city hall last night effected a permanent organization, and elected A. vV. Culpin ! president. It. SI. Dawson secretary-j treasurer and an executive conuniltee I. Ix-yh' A. Herzlierg ami SI. Kudolph and tiie president and secre tary ex-offlcio- members. Something really worth while was accomplished by the meeting last night which was enthusiastic and well attended. At the close of the session during which mans spirited and interesting discussions Two of i were entered into, the outlook for mak- the bill- 1 jnir lh le:itMle n Kilr-i fys hofh from u financiers standpoint and a baseball ists point of view was very bright and 468 A Few of the Many New Styles "Queen Quality" Oxfords STLYE 210. RUSSIA CALF OXFORDS-r Illucher effects, plain to.-. Good year welts, large rubber eyelets, broad silk lacings, Ctihjin heels per pair $3.50 STYLE 470. VICI KID GIBSON TIES niuchcr style, single sole, medi um size heel, large eyelets laced with ribbon per pair $2.50 STYLE 2019. TAN BUCKLE BLUCHER OX FORDS Welt Soles. 2 buckles. Cuban heeW. all sizes and widths per pair $3.50 STYLE 201 3X. BROWN OOZE CALF COLON IAL PUMPS Plain toes. Cuban heels, welled soles, large buckle per pair $4.00 New Scotch Ginghams OUR NEW LINE OF IMPORTED 2bc DRESS GING HAMS is the biggest ever. The brightest spot in our Wash Coi ds Iept. They're ?,2 inches wide and come in solid colors, stylish stripes and neat little checks. In point of wear and washing they have no equals. Excellent values at, yard 25 New Parasols OUR STOCK OF PARASOLS IS ON THE IN CREASE Slany n?w styles have just been received. The white Lincne Parasols trimmed with embroidery are amongst the favorites. Next in line are Pongee Parasols in either plain and embroidered. We also show a daintv line of those made of Plaid Silks. Prices range from S1.25 TO S6.00 up for winning teams and men making the best records. The secretary will keep a tabulated score and the details of each contest will le reported and the rank in percentage of the players on batting and fielding at th end of each month. Cet in ami boost the City League, and give the town some good dean amateur baseball for the summer bright, Ernest P.ettler, C. SI. Sturges. Wm. P. Crump. J. SI. Sleh-ndrez. Wm. SI Kir. E. S. Hershey, Alex I'igaroa. There were cast for the pillowing anti-Cisney ticket. UK votes: James H SIc( 'lintock. J. A. Johnson. George H. X. Luhrs. H. W. Ryder. J. L. Wolf, Jos. Thalheimer. ver. C. Alvarado, J. encouraging. Members of all the teami-, 1 season. I the Slaroons. the Woodmen and the I Fraternals were pretty much In evi dence and took an active part in the discussions. They showed the animus toward the organization and its-purpose of a true dyed in the wool sport and appeared willingly to abide by the decisions of the majority. j Seixl a copy Lamberto Slonreal, Joe Contreas. Henry Da is. The result was accomplished after a great deal of wrangling and challeng er. Clinton Lau- A. D. U yhe presented a draft of ; SI. .Melendrez. 'constitution and by-laws which the ex ecutive committee had outlined, nhich was adopted with minor changes and suggestions which will be incorporated therein by the committee and several of the Homeseeker's lition of Th" Republican to a friend back east. ' The postage is only two WOMAN ing of voters. The democratic primar- j copies will be issued ios oi mis warn were neiu at ine same time and place but there was so little to do that tjje primary election officers spread a paper over the slot in the top of the box. to keep the dust out. and tinned toward the republican table where all the excitment was in prog ress. Very little interest was taken in th- second ward primaries, the few votes cast being for the following caucus ticket: W. H. Kay. R. D. Goodrich. C. H. Davidson. J. SI. Jamison, ban SIcDer mott. C. J. SIcElroy. T. J. Prcscott. W. C. Foster. Ned Creighton. J. W. Walk er. L. W. Collins. B. C. Pecka. C T. Hirst. J. C. Norton. The caucus tickets of the democratic primaries went through in both wards as follows A copy f the contract which the players will be re quired to sign was also accepted, anil the executive committee was charged with the duty of making out a schedule of games as soon as possible. Two of the teams will play each Sunday and occasionally a double header may be held. Out of the members of the three teams, will be picked a nine which shah compete in games with outside nines The power to choose the nine which will be designated as the Phoenix City team, is couched in the hands of th.' executive committee three of which are the managers of the three nines, in the city league. The by-laws further pro vide that other teams may be admitted to the league with the consent of the executive committee. In a general way the bylaws provide that each team shall have 12 players Second Ward F. H. Lvman. S. C. (an,i l'a'h application for membership Canz. A. G. Alsap. Sidney Osborn. A. P. I.eyhe. Vernon Clark, H. H. .McNeil. T. I,. Edens. Henry George. Sellm Slichelsiin. Clinton Campbell. Theo. Ilaffner. No matter how honest and careful your grocer may be, he cannot guarantee the quality of his Coffee; the manufacturer must do that. hall be voted on by the executive com initt-e. In all the granges the players shall play with the team with which they are signed, unless otherwise plac ed by the executive committee. Each team shall have a capjain and secre tary, manager and assistant If so (1 I sired. -Moneys collected at the games between the league teams shall lx ceived by the see retimes or managers of the contesting teams and after the ex penses are paid turned over to the trea-surer of the league and this money will be divided between the players of the different teams at the end of each A SOLDIER OF PEACE. Perhaps in all the existence of our beautiful city where so many visitors and health seekers from almost every state and county come to breathe the air of our incomparable climate, no one more accomplished, no finer of form and face and excellent character has looked the last time on .field and sky' to enter into the Life Eternal than I Rush Case. He was born August 3, 1SS4 at Tren- ton, Georgia and departed this life at! Phoenix. Arizona, Slarch 20, 1MS. ! He was not long among us but ! stamped indellibly on the minds and! hearts of each one he met a lasting; impression for good. The high esteem i in which he was held by his instructors of the t'niversity of Tennesse can best be told in their own recommendation: "Since our conneotion with Cumber land t'niversity no graduate more wor thy in natural ability, scholarship and Christian character than Rush Case. He received his A. I), degree in 1907. We take pleasure in commending him most highly to those in need of a teacher. "A. W. P.UCHANAN". "Dean of the College Faculty. "v. d. Mclaughlin, "Professor of Latin and Greek." Professor Buchanan has taught fifty If vou want to see California RIGHT work among Cumberland's young! men." I It was the great privilege of the J writer to spend many hours with him in his last brave fight for earthly existence. Life held out many inducements to him: he was eminently fitted to live i . ..,,. ,;,.. i k.. i I illiu wnr ui wnn "iin, iiutw uj vu. out rar greater was nis preparation 10 INDEPENDENT system which affords i perfect protection against exorbitant j prices and affords the best service, most delightful s:de trips, stop-over i privileges, congenial accommodations j and maximum pleasure. j A new and novel way of seeing f SOt'THER.V CALIFORNIA which! saves you time, trouble and money. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. j The following transcripts of the rec I ords of the offices of the district clerk, i theprobate court and the county re enter the work of the Slaster in higher and eternal service. When the summons came he met it with a smile and said to his faithful father and mother that If he passed away all was well with him that he had nothing to regret. He simply drew the drapery of his couch around JJLFfil r.FB CH Folger's Golden Gate. is of uniform strength and quality always satisfactory. Arorria-tigh tins-Never in bulk. Grind it at home Not too fine. .' J. A. Folg'er L Co., StB Francisco saazaa mo.ith. It was however provided that ,a reserve of $.1u be kept in the treasury ! till the end of the season. A number of other minor provisions wil' be added hy the executive committee when the (final draft is made and at another i meeting of the league the entire will I be read and explained so all may know what rules they are playing under. The managers will liegin at once signing members. The league will meet upon I call and will necessarily meet once a month to receive reports, audit bills and accept the secretary-treasurer's re port and attend to -such other business as may come up. If till the players enter into this league in a true sportsmanlike spirit, it can be made a go. Tucson has set the pace and this year the second season of the city league has started off sat isfactorily with four teams and two games each Sunday. Its rules and reg ulations are somewhat similar to those adopted by the Phoenix organization. As soon as other matters are arranged permanently some business houses have signified their willingness to put prizes I There has been, for many years, even among those who ought to know better, a tendency- to drop the good and noble term of "woman" and sub stitute the weak and often meaning less one of "lady." A correspondent, who claims to be nothing more than an unpi etending. conscientious "wo man." asks us to tell her how this fashion or "fad" originated, and to do what we can to show how silly it is. Why, she asks, do so many alleged la dies look upon the word woman, as a term of reproach, or at least, as one that offends their personal dignity and lowers their social standing? v For it Is a sickly affectation, pure and simple. It Is not warranted by the meaning of the words, by common sense or by good taste. We do not mean that the word lady Is not a good one, or that it is not often used to good purpose, but we do mean that, in nearly every case where this growing fail substitutes it for woman, it is a ridiculous affectation. Why, for example, should we say. j ,ln account of ill health "one of the "salesladies," as many persons do now mKt brilliant and generally admired especially perhaps, the "salesladies" , j,lU(U nts who nas ,.ver attended the themselves? I, the many good and : university, Mr. Rush Case of Georgia, hard working girls and women who ,Yas forced at the close of last term stand behind the counter think that lo ie;lvp school on account of ill health, there is any offense to them in the jlr ras! was -possessed of that desir term saleswomen? If they do we beg ahle ,Uaijty, true college spirit which their pardon their view of the matter; ne rave eviiouce o by the prominent is little short of absurd. j p;(rt he Hways tok college ac- Is it not true that this term, sales-: tivltios. His re(.ord as a student was ladies, grew out or a feeling of false . most Hnviabie. So highly did the fac pride? Is it not intended to let us ,tv rate his scno!ar.,hip. that they know that these women are "ladies" in lonrfd hilll this vrar with the posi. spite of the fact that they are working j tinn of tutr in Gl.,k for wages? Rut is it necessary for a ..uis .- vollni, manhood- and his to say "I'll let you know that,ujpt llna.ssuminff mannor maP him a ady sir." to establish her right . fl,viri, wherever he worn Ho would corder are furnished by the Arizona Abstract & Title Company. The records for yesterday were: RECORDER S OFFICE A. N. Newhouse and wife to Eliza beth A. Reed port of lot 38 La Villa Place. Geo. Hurst and wife to Jos E. Hix- on NV 1-4 NE 1-4 33 2X 2E. Ida Welcome to Edwin A. Folk, lot j 21 Block -1 Kirkland Sub. Walter L. Hardwick to Greene and Griffin R. E. Co. lots 3 4 bloci; i Ev- liiio !tml 1:1 i .1 rlown t o rtt.ei (in nr rlrfanH A poet on. e wrote, "we live in deeds Ever thing planned out tor you Din j ergreen Place. not vears." and although we deplore i '" " ani1 independent or any , his loss because of his youth and the I 'th"T to11"- Send a copy of the Homeseeker's great future before him. when we sum f Write f,,r "l,r "escribing nitj() of The Republican to a friend up his victories of right over wrong r",lt,s- 'laces ,f, ,nt"rw,t- runol,s I back east. The postage is ot.lv two Sllll, oeirIloi e ,nm uiiiuiiiaiii ierni.-. fetuS. Los Angeles attractions, etc. State ; time and place of starting, and we win i frump Hay and Grain Co. pays quote price for the different trips. j cash fl,r egs. CALIFORNIA TRAVEL ASS'N.. 250 Grosse Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. we might justly call him a veteran in the army of peace and good will to men. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the broken hearted childless parents on their sad homeward journey to take all that was mortal back to the home of his childhood days. He was the hope the pride and the joy of their declin ing days. Nothing entered into their life plans that did not include their precious gifted son. Slay He who tempers the wind to years in that institution and Professor i tho shorn lamb deal tenderly with j SIcLaughlin forty years. Professor P.uchanan once remarked in ch.ipel "that if all students were like Rush Case, life would be too easy for teach ers." One of hie fellow students wrote of them through all the coming years. J. J. him whe nhe was forced to leave school r(nts. Send a copy of the Homeseeker's edition of The Republican to a friend back east. The postage is only two woman I am a I to that position? Refinement, good breeding, real ladyhood, does not as sert itself by words. It niakes itself felt and recognized in silence. We do not need speech from the sun to tell us that his light is good. I!ut if we must have salesladies, why should be not have salesgentlemen? You smile at that term, but is it any more incongruous or absurd than sa les lad ies ? E xchft nge. THE FIRST TWO VICTIMS OT THE U. S. COURT HAMILTON BROS. PIANO TUNERS WITH REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Orange, garden and alfalfa land. 120 acres fine orange land. $60 per acre. 40 acres first-class orange land, $80 j per acre. 160 acres alfalfa, garden or i nursery land with private ditch, con . tinuous flow, 100 acres cultivated, I ) signed up in resevoir. $30 per acre. 1 1 F. J. BARR, 4 WEST ADAMS ST. . J Gonzales and Nunez Who Had Plead ed Guilty Were Sentenced The first two finished products of i the present term of I'nited States court were turned out yesterday morn- ing. They are Alfred Gonzales and' Frank Nunez who had pleaded guilty in ine indictments louno kuhil them. Gonzales was sentenced to one fan. -itijl nnu il-ii- at Vtima unH YnnpT I to six months in th county jail and to pay a fine of $lw. Torcbio Navarro who had pleaded not guilty to an indictment for selling liquor to an Indian, withdrew his plea and pleaded guilty. He will receive "In closing this article we feel it noitljs sentence this morning. Ke Shel- Grape Juice Soda Have Ycu Tried file Healtiipng Drink favorite wherever he went. He would i have graduated this spring and he re mained in Lebanon. However he will continue his studies and the faculty have agreed to give him his degree, even though he cannot spend the last five months at the university. "Jlr. Case has gone to Arizona where we sincerely trust he will regain his lost health. Conic, see the display of pillows, kimonos, aprons etc., at the Baptist church this afternoon from 2 till 5:30 1'. m. sVnd a copy edition of The of the Homeseeker's more than just that we say a few words of tribute to- him as president of the Y. 11. C. A., the man who per haps of all men in the university who had Hhe Y. M. C. A. most at heart. We may truthfully -$a- that he has spared neither time, money nor energy Republican to a friend ! to guarantee that the Y. M. C. hack east, cents. The postage is only two Hodnett and Carr, resident under takers and embalmers. Phone 179. First, "Cactus Candy's but a fad," And wondered if 'twere good or bad. But Cactus Candy's come to stay. Donofrio sells it every day. prove a success. "His gentle Christian character and unfailing devotion to the cause of the Master among the students must cer tainly have made him an object of in spiration to every thinking student. He made us a noble, president, and the Weekly wishes in its feeble way to thank him for his splendid and lasting ly. an Indian, withdrew his plea of not guilty to the charge of forging a gov ernment check In connection with the Indian school service and pleaded miilty. His alleged partner in the crime. Tom Shorty, maintained his in nocence of any part in tie crime and A. j wenr to trial in the aftentoon. Another matter before tjie court was the trial of Francisco Bill.i. a Mexican brought from Casa Grande in Pinal county on the charge of having been u purveyor of liquor to the Indians in that locality. The trial was concluded In the forenoon but late in' the day the jury had been unable to agree on a verdict. A GRAPE JUICE 5 CENTS A GLASS Ford Hotel Pharmacy Next Door to Ford IIoteL Headquarters for low prices. 8 ii I NOTICE fO CONTRACTORS ! Bids will be received by the under signed, up to 2 p. m. Saturday, April 11. 1308. for the ere- tion of a Y. M. C. A. building at Phoenix, Arizona. Plans may be examined by contractors at the office of J. W. Dorris and at the office of Trost & Creighton (archi tects, room 412 Fleming Block. AH bids must be accompanied with a certified check of $1000, made pay able to the chairman of the Building Cpmmittee as a guarantee that the contractor, will furnish a satisfactory bond, and enter into a contract to erect the building. jThe committee re serves the right to reject any or all bids. J. W. DORRIS, Chairman of !thc Committee. GREEN HOUSE WHITE CUT FLOWERS, GERANIUMS. FERNS. CHAS. BURROUGHS, 1138 East Monroe. Phone CONTEST NOTICE Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Phoenix Arizona March 9. 190S. 1 A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Barnet H. Lee, contestant, against Homestead entry No. 623, made Feb. 14. 1907, for SE 1-4, Section 32. Township 1 N. Range 3 E, by Fred Hopkins coirtestee, in which It is alleged that said Hop kins haiT wholly abandoned said land for more than six months last past; that he failed and neglected to build a ! house on said tract, or to make settle ment upon or reside upon or cultivate said land, that same land is in desert condition and has been since entry was made and his absence from the land was not due to service in the army, navy or marine corps of the U. S.. pear, respond and offer evidence touching said alegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 7, 1908, before register and receiver at Phoenix, Arizona. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed March 9, 1908, set forth facts which show that after be given by due and proper publication, due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice FEN & HILDRETH. Receiver.