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THE AKIZOSA IlEl'lBUGA TIKSDAV .MUltMMi. APHIL U, 1!0S.
Special values cf items below will give you a hint .1' the bargains offered tills Easter week. The.-,, prices will prevail throughout the week, giving y.m a soud chance to get the choicest articles at greatly reduced prices. DRESS GOODS. U incb serges, coli, nncs and fine novelty Sleillian in new effects. Values at M.;r,. Per y.l gltOO ".ti inch Sicillian and novelty suiting in gray mixed, navy, brown and leading stable shades. Value.. ? l.(ii). Special, yard S5 (i.'ic to $l.('t value in varied as sortment of suitings in lcadin weaves anil colors, widths uij in. to 4- in. Special yard . . . -73C Light weight spring divss goods in hriiliantincs. fancy chiffon Panamas and Albatross. 36 in. u ide. Toe and S."c. Values. Spe ard rOC U'roken lots of silks in novelty foulards and staple Jap silks In values up to T.",c. 24 to 27 In. wide. Sale price, yard 50C ENGLISH LONG CLOTH. 12 yd. lengths of extra fine long cloths in l"c qualitv. Price per i S1.50 lfi 2-3 qualities, piece -S1.75 2"c qualities, piece . . . S2.00 2T.c qualities, piece S3. -45 LACES AND EM3RG1DERIES. Kxtr.t qualities of fine Norman die Vals. in widths 2 to r inches: values up to 2."c anil fine cum lrie flouncing and corset cover embroideries in values up to 4"c. Special yard 15 10s LACES. Hell IT qualities of Cerman Val. laces sets: qualities up yard French and in matched to 2"e. Per 10c READY TO WEAR. JAP -SILK AND NET WAISTS. Prie s of fan y Jap and net net waists from JJ.r.n to $7.j". Fashion's favorite patterns; siz es complete. Special dis count 1-4 OFF I-adics' suits in gray, in navy, in distinct stripe, double breasts, cool effect. $13.)iit value. Sale Price S12.50 Panama suits in navy. gray. Copenhagen and brown. Special ly made for spring wear. Values $22.50. Special S1S.00 Madam Butterfly suits In Co penhegen blue, navy and black. Bargains at regular price. $27.."". Sizes broken. Sale S22.50 pric liuttcrily suits in $:I2.."0 values in incomplete run of sizes in colors rose, reseda and mod '. K.xtra qutility French cliilfo'i Panama. Sale price . .27.50 SPRING JACKETS. Mixed novelty suiting in grays, tans, and blue effects, in light weight separate coats. Values Sale price 56.00 $7.50 Tun jackets in crav enette male rial, made especially for service. Values $!..V. Special sale liee S7.75 Flack broadcloth, co.it. taffeta lipid, silk coats and fancy silk lined breast coats. Price rang ing $12.:.n to . $2.".."". Sale price :.. 1-5 OFF THE LONGEST ARTICLES Prob ably the longest articles of incorpora tion over filed with the territorial au ditor were presetted yesterday and placed on record. The company is the 'American Freehold Land Mortgage I'or.'pany of London. Limited." and it is reprtsenled here by K. A. Marshall, of the :"i:"u of Marshall Kay & Co. The articles are spread ovef il type written pages, and the capital stock is .)""t.i" pound.-, or about $;.('.0' The company Is not a new one how ever, having been organized in Lon don in 1S73. and its articles are filed here mere!;, to give it the proper le gal standing for doin business in Ar izona. The i hi-f purpose of the com- CURES BLOOD POISON Ia no other disease is a thorough cleansing of the bloo l more necessary than ia Contagious Blood Poison. The least particle of this insidious virus will multiply in the circulation and so thoroughly contaminate the blocxl that no part of the body will be exempt from the ravages of this powerful disease. Usually the first symptom is a little sore or ulcer, insignificant ia itself, but soon the blood becomes so contaminated that the mouth and throat ulcerate, glands in the groin swell, hair and eye-brows come out, copper colored spots aopear on the body, and frequently sores and ulcers break out on the flesh to humiliate the sufferer. S. S. S. cures Contagious Elood Poison by purifying the circulation. It attacks the disease in the right way by going down into the circulation, nentraliing and forcing out every particle of tue poison, and making this fluid pure, fresh and health-sustaining. -The im provement commences as soon as the patient gets under the influence of S. S. S., and continues until every trace of the disease is removed from the blood, find the su5erer completely restored to health. Not one particieof the poison is left for future out-breakffafter S. S. S. has purged and purified the blood. Book oa the home treatment of this disease and any medical ad vice desired free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. :; - 3 EST"""! H- i - - i W - e"! t ' LOS ANGELES. CAL. Angelo Apartments 563 FREMONT AVENUE. N.-ar Cerner of West Sixth street, walking distance. 3 and 4 Room Suites. Private oaths, music room, sun parlor, on the hills, n asonable rates. Tel. Fx. ."3"'i. O.P. Shepardson, Prep puny is the loaning of money on real estate. The corixiralion seems to be in no sense the ordinary highly cap italized Htock-selling organization, but rather an organization of time-honored record, organized to do business by furnishing capital to those who desire to use it. The copy of the ar ticles was nuthcnticHled by Richard Westcott. American consul general in Loudon, last mor.lii. The great length of the articles is occasioned !y legal provisions in Kngland. requiring that what the American corporations would call by-laws, be also included In the articles of incorporation and made a matter of record. HtAVY REGISTRATION FOR COMING MCIION Statements from Prominent People in Various Cities tit is Estimated That Nearly 1,000 New I Names Have Been Ttaken. Ti." registration for the local option election has been very heavy one but the exact number of new names to be placed on the great register cannot be determined for several days. It Is es timated that the supplemental regis tration will contain not less that) l.ono names, a great deal more than had been expected, but it has been ascer tained that a large number of those names were aheady on the great reg ister. It is thought that the net. new registration will probably amount to 750 names. It was not realized that there are nearly so many persons in the county who had acquired the riglrt to vote since the last general registra tion. The total registration ought to reach learly C.'mici. Justice Johnstone alone took .".(is names and one interesting fact regard ing thcui is the number of persons i.bout tvcnty-one years of age who ;rr just now coming into the right of suffrage. It is figured that the num ber of tlii-i M;!ss of voters will come in now evi ry t-wo years in a great I v in creasing ratio. Tile complexion of the new registration can only be guessed at but those who are guessing at the new vote in Phoenix believe that the majority of it Is anti-prohibition, u faei due 1;: a considerable part to ihe greater activity of the anti-prohibition leaders who are now confident of car rying the city by a margin which they think (he country precincts cannot overcome. SUDDEN DEATH OF A POPULAR CHILD A number of statements from prom inent people located in various cities where the widespread discussion over 1.. T. tipper's new theorv n gaoling the human stomach has recently waged, give an Idea of the intense in terest the young man has aroused dur ing Ihe past year. The statements are as follows: Mr. C. U. Mitchell, of J41J Avenue C. Birmingham. Ala., has this to nay with regard to hts belief in Cooper's medicine: "I have been troubled with indigestion and stomach trouble the past year. I had heartburn, bloat ing after eating, gas on stomach and bowels, palpitation of the heart, pain in the lower part of my back, and various other symptoms, and was a victim of much distress. 1 tried many romediejj. but received little or no benefit from them. 1 was advised to Iry the Cooper preparations, and did to. In one week's time 1 was im provi d wonderfulK ibe first relief I had been able to obtain. Air. Cooper's medicine does all he claims for it." :Ir. J. O. Spradling. of ?()." South Tejon street. Colorado Springs. Colo., ays: "i was troubled. with Indigestion lor two years. It caused me a. great deal of suffering and misery. 1 did not dare to eat meat at ull. and every thing 1 did eat soured on my stomach, i (lied arious remedies, but found no relii f. Three months ago 1 started taking Cooper's New Discovery, and after using the contents of three bot tles I was entirely cured. I can now eat and relish anvthing that my appe tite craves. The New Discovery is truly a great stomach medicine." Mr. Win. Codier. of 40S Craves Street, Syracuse. X. Y., is very strong in his expression of belief in the new medicine, and has the following to say en the Kiibleet: "I have suffered from catarrh of,the nose and throat for four yoars. It must have been rommuni catcd to my stomach, for ail this time my stomach has given me a great deal lif trouble, and caused me much puin and suffering. .My stomach was often sour, and my food did not digest. I was bothered by a continual desire to spit, and then- was a constant drop ping of mucus into the throat. "The rirst relief I have been able to obtain is from Cooper's New Discov ery, which 1 have been taking for about a week. My catarrhal condition has been greatly improved and my stomach Is almost well. .Mr. Cooper's mediolno has benefited me more than anything 1 have ever used.'' These statements are from reliable citiiiens in various communities who have tried these celebmted medicines. We sell (hem and will gladly explain their nature to anv one interested. Wakelbi's f'harmacv. tlon head with a pressure ot 1)0 feet. Should, that flow be insufficient, more can be added by means of the sluicing tunnel, but it is desirable to run ax much of the water as possible through the tube, that it may be used for pow er purposes. Speaking of the breaking of the shaft of the water wheel, the other day, Mr. Hill said the new shaft or dered in Los Angeles will .be shipped from there by express two days from now and will come through "special" or as fast as a letter. There has been a confused rejxirt of the temporary arrangement for power service before this new shaft can be pi iced. Ther is at the dam site, another wheel that has never ytt been in commission, and cannot be permanently installed until some changes have been made. Mfforts are being made to install it for temporary use however, and it was expected It wouid be started yesterday. GATHERING JURORS. The Progress Made in the Cases Ruef and Ford. of San Francisco. April 13. The pros ecution exercised four peremptory challenges after the jury box was fill ed at the Ford trial today, and the defense exercised three. Judge Law h r instructed the five jurors accepted, that they will be placed in the hands of the sheriff und locked up a soon as the jury is complete. They will be kept in confinement during the progress of the trial. GONE FOR A MONTH TO THE NORTHLAND "Billy" Defty. Taken Away Yesterday Morning as the Result of an Attack of flumps. Little William Defty. better known to scores of friends and the friends ot the family as "Hilly." died yesterday morning between 1') and II o'clock oT gangrene complications following an attack of mumps. He had be, n ill bet a week or ten days but was not at any time consid ered dangerously so until .Sunday night or early yesterday morning. The disease of mumps is one common to children and for those of lus age it is seldom more serious than a cold. Though he was carefully looked after and given medical attention so late as Saturday it was not believed there was any feature of his condition that was alarming. His death therefore was a sudden shock to the family as well as to many friends who had learned to love the boy almost as their own child, for he was a bright little fellow and a favor ite in the neighborhood and with many others. He was almost the constant companion of his father. W. E. Defty. vv hen the latter was in town and with him became quite widely known for a child of only three years and four months. The yyinpathy of all who know them will go out to the bereaved parents and the elder brother Dwight. who Is a student of the high school. The funeral arrangements have not been announced but it is unde) stood it will not be held before Thursday. L. C. Hill Reports on Construction Works to Date and Leaves For Other Projects. Supervising Fngineer L. C. Hill re turned from Ftoosevelt Sunday night and left last evening for New Mexico. From there he will go to Denver and thence to I'tali for an Inspection of work in those parts. He expects to be gone about a month. His wife and daughter remain at Roosevelt. Asked yesterday concerning the stage of construction reached at 3run ite Reef, he said the announcement that the dam at that place would be finished in about six , weeks, is prac tically correct, though there will bo considerable work to do after that at the two ends, cutting in. the canals, etc. It is now just feet between (he finished ends . of the dam. the f undaion for all of it is in. and a six foot wall lias been constructed for inn tfect of this distance. The forms are mostly in on this hundred feet, and the dumping of concrete in them will begin in a day or. two. At Roosevelt the upper face of tht dam is about r," feet high and the low er lace about 4.". feet high, over the greater portion of the surface. It is lower at the north end however, where the water still runs over it. The most interesting feature of Ihe work there at this time is the placing of the big pipe that will be used as an outlet for the stored water, the great er part of the time. This pipe i ten feet in diameter and is now being riv eted together and put in place in the dam. It crosses the structure on an Incline and from the lower face of the dam the big tube will run into Ihe ixivver house vv h-re the end of it will sealed. In the bottom or side of il will be three pipes connecting with tltree water wheels to be placed in the power house. Between the power house aial the face of the dam. will lie two mme valves, through which the water wi!J be released and turned into tie rivr. when it is not wanted in the power house. In releasing stored wa ter this tube outlet it is expected, will ! in commission most of the time, and will supply a pretty good irriga- WALL STREET TO BE INVESTIGATED. Albanv. April 1.1. A bill pioviding fer the a ii(Mintment of a commission to investigate Wall Street speculation which was recommended last week by Covernor Hughes, was introduced in the senate tonight. The commission is lo report ul the next legislature. WHEAT FLAKE CELERY is a perfect food, as it contains the most essential elements to sup ply energy for the performance of the various body functions. Its daily use tends to ftrergthen and regulate the bowels. ,. Special Sale of Neck Ruffs THE BEST ALWAYS' See Our New Ox-B!ood Oxfords $5.00 "Tuesday's Sale of Silk Gloves" jam : ur entire Inn- o :: -button "Klsmere sill; gloves in tans and browns, only regular T."c iuality. i nir F.aster closing out price is LONG WHITE GuOVES Two odd lines of lii-button siil; gloM in black and white only qualities alu.ixs sold for $J.'"i and $J.L'."i. Our ICaster special price .X SI. -40 SHORT SILK CLOVES ICaster sale of two button silk gloves in black only. doubie tipped and snp-rier oua'ity ; our regular Tc kind, in all sizes. The Ktistcr sale price is SOC 81 P Cudahy s Diamond e SOAP 7 BARS FOR 5C . S. Wakelin Grocer Go. ..-x--:-.k-:-h-k- I SPECIUS IN SANICHAS' ICE CREAM f V AND SHERBETS ALL THIS WEEK. f t t v ICE CREAMS. Till i i 1'rntti. pr g.d . . . . Saniehas Suprcnius. per j hi e 'date, per gal Strawberry, per gal Vanilla, per sal N"opolitan (unpacked) per brk k Neopolitan. (pucked) per brick I al J2.:.M . ..SL.'.O ...$!.:.') .i'ic SHEREETS. Tiiie S'apo juice, per gal..$l.io 'range, per gal SI. 25 Any kirrtl of ice cream or sber best made to irder. 1'ure rich (r: am is used ill all our Ice f-riaiiis. Iviiviry in anv sized lots prompt. Phone black 12S3. AI! egir frinks and nut sun daes lOd The fe-.-t jre cream she ... i iiC. lets, sundaes and drinks in the city AUTHORITIES POWERLESS. Cue of the most unusual and heinous cases of interference with family af fairs, kidnapping, or stealing of the young and immature, that has even occurred in this vicinity, was leported to The Republican last night; .vet the facts are such (hat no officer of the law can interfere: Clifford McKee has an old cat which recently came into the possession of seven young kittens. He also has a setting ben which lias made a complete and disgraceful fail ure of her late attempts to raise a family. Yesterday the old cat was howling around most mournfully and an Investigation disclosed the fact that the old hen having found her hatching methods worse than useless, bet still possessing an overplus of Ihe ! motherly instinct, had stob u the ! seven kittens and was giving them parental cover in the tenderest hen fashion. I'nless some one supplies her with a battery of nursing bot tles hovvevfr. it is feared she will make as great a failure raising her feline brood as she did in the incu bator business. This hen is like a great many well meaning an I ambi tious people. With the best intentions in the world, they fail to grasp-some of the essential principles of life, thus making a nuisance of themselves and ending their careers in disastir. o j Deafness Cannot Be cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased porlion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that ib' by constitutional remedies. l)cafiiess is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mu'-ous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is In flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed. IVafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tulie restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever; nine cases out of ten are caused hv CHiarrh, which is nothing but an in flsmed condition of the mucous sur faced. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (.caused by ca tarrh) that cannot lie cured by Hall's C'aterrh Cure, sjend! for circulars free. K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold bv Drugsists. 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. SPECIAL SALE OF COLLARS. About 1j dozen Ladies' Fancy Collars in plain white, embroidered in vv h'te and colors, and some colored collars. These :tre odd lines Tanging in price from jc to T.'ic. They must go to make room for something else and to swell our Faster business, hence the cut. Choice of all at. each 10 SPECIAL SALE OF BELTS. ( )ne odd lot of atmut l'i dozen Ladies' Leall'.i r IJelts. many different styles and colors: goods tlu't sold at from Trie to $-'.i': nearly all sizes in the Int. It's a good chance for you to get your Faster licit. . Tlie Faster clearing price is 2o( CHIROPODIST. Valnless removal of Corns. 50 cents each. Bunions. Moles, and Warts removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladies and Children : treated day or evenings. Opposite Republican office. Phone Red 72. FRANK SHIRLEY. , CHAS. J. SANICHAS, ? !' WEST WASHINGTON STREET. f j.,; ....HHrrHH VIOLIN LESSONS. Fountain's music store. All latest songs Send a copy of the llomeseeker's edition of The Republican .to a friend back east. The postage is otilv two cents for the ill pages of special mat ter, or three cents for the entire issue. Organdies at l2 Price 12c J.i pieces beautiful floral design organdies, satin cross bar and striped dii in; iui:i ii'irai uec-ifiiis. oi.ounui sneer (piainy, our regular ..c i,ua!it ( sale at LADIES WAISTS-SKIRTS-DRESSES !. allies' while India I i in in skirts, cut vi ry full, with two folds around bottom, also bar hemstitching at bottom, very neallv made. Special value at $4.00 Moderately Priced Lai'los white waists of soft quality cl'iss-bar Madias, buttons in front. 34 sleeves: a very well made waist with lots of style. Price ..1.50 WHITE DRESSES of tin- white mull waist and si:irt. very de.intilv trimmed with lace. Kxcept ionaliy well made and very . iv I'sh. Very especially priced for Haste,- business at 87.50 LAWN DRESSES of the best u.ilitv lawn in white ground with black checks, ull over embroidery yoke, skirt pleated with plenty of fulness anil lots of style; another of our specials at 6.50 PETTICOATS of good quality blue gingham, cut very full, with folds around tile loti on a tiide bringer for our petticoat department- al each ''t.SO Easter Suits of the season's most popular matei lals 'ti Copenhagen, navy, brown, green and tan mixtures, man tailored in every resiKCt. pejfec! fitting jackets and skirts and neatly trimmed. Fvery one a model and style of its own and seen no where in l'lmcnix except al GOLDWATER'S. This special showing is priccl at $25.00 to $27.50 Special Sale of Special Sale cf Children's Easter Veils at Easter Neck Ruffs ' Easter Hats about h off at h off 25c to $3.50 Grape Juice Soda Haya You Tried flie Hsaitligiving Drink GRAPE JUICE 5 CENTS A GLASS Ford Hotel Pharmacy Next Door to Ford HoteL Headquarters for low prices. J I & DESIGNS, jj mesa, at