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TflE ARIZONA- KErUBLICAX TUESDAY MORMXG. MAY 19. 1908.,
10 rotect Your Roof V ' 4: ELASTIC CARBON PAINT IS 5 GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST 'ROOF 4. PAINT MADE, 't ? SEE US ABOUT IT. I Ezra W. Thayer, When the party left Granite Rei'f preparations vre being made to turn water into the south side canals, anil the th-.'c openings In the rl- er were : being phn.ked up ready for the Uiyli:s 1 of the cement and stone. The waUn ! was backed up two. feet w'.i'le they i were there. In two weeks it is e i pected that water will be lurneu Into ! the north side canals. The freighters I were found to be very res;iect.'u! of ! the rights of other travelers ftnl it 1 was an interesting sight to vvat.'h them ; handle tl eir long teams on tin .ger I ous curves on the government road, j Whilr- crossing the Salt river on the I return trip the auto was stuck l i the sand and the combined effort of all ' the mucle in the party was necessary in order that the machine be pu :,cd out of the mire. In the interim one of them lost his shoes and another his fancy socks. LEAGUt SECRETARY LOSES THE MONEY corn- Persons whose diet is posed of most wholesome foods are comparatively free from dis ease and are active mentally and physically. WHEAT FLA9CE CELERY St. 127-133 E. Adams St. STORM CASE AGAIN BEFORE SUPREME COURT Yesterday Afternoon Consumed by Arguments on a Motion for Rehearing. When the supreme court met yester day r.io' iiing lie-e were i t.ianv at ttrni ys- present with t;reiv:in.':5s in the j.hp.pe of niotior f'ir re!iea'i::g that It : is evident tl at th- business of the I'ieetinr, could ret all Le rut ;,'.to onj lay as the members' of the court had 1 oped. T'ie most time-nonsuming case of the tlav was that of J. P. Btorm wlio 1.5 row in the penitentiary serving a i-t ven year sentence fur unfaithfulness to his trust as treasurer of Yavapai county. The cae came up on a mo tion for a rehearing . the court at its last meeting having affirmed the judg ment of the court below. Arguments in favor of tte motion were made by Attorneys T. (1. Norris and Henr;- I-. Ross of Presc.tt and Kr:mk Cox. it was claimed by them that Storm had been deprived of his TALK of TOWN constitutional right of trial by jury by a ruling of the court instructing the jury that certain evidence introduced in behalf of Storm had been overcome by a preponderance of evidence against him; that the case had a vital point that had been taken out of the hands of the jury which alone could pass upon the evidence. Mention was also made of the fact that Storm had been twice acquitted of the crime with which ha was charged. This argument took place in the aft ernoon. Thirty minutes had been set aside for it but the half hour stretched out into two hours and a half so that no other business na transacted. In the morning arguments were heard for the applicant in the habeas corpus case of Manuel Ramirez, the former Xogales, Sonora. broker, of whom the Mexican government is try ing to get possession. Arguments against the application were made by United States Attorney Alexander and Judge Baker. It. was brought to the attention of the court that Eduardo Ramirez, one of the bondsmen of the applicant, is dead. J Requests were made for permission to make oral arguments in several cases and several matters went over for the frm. The following attorneys were ad mitted to the territorial bar: Alfred Ruiz of Apache county; Reemer Ling of Apache county; Fred W. Nelson of Navajo: V. H. Mullin of Winslow: G. F. Humbert of Bisbee; K. W. Perkins of Flagstaff. All wer admitted on certificates. Marshall Moore Runs Waiter Who Stole Swag. to Earth the the Baseball RtlURMNG PARTY ELATED OVER TRIP Jjj! Pronounce Roosevelt Journey an Event of a Life Time. Bear's Ice Cream Made Only from Cream REMEMBLR All L'p-io-Date Drinks at Bear's THE BEAR DRUG STORE OPP. CITY HALL. EZSSSi I A very enthusiastic party of sight ! peers returned yesterday from a trip to the Roosevelt dam. for which place j they left Sunday, taking in Granite Reef on the return trip. In the party I were Malcom Gillett, C. J. McElroy, Georgf; Vodson, Harry Kalfus, Ly j man Peters and the trip was made in ; Greene & Griffin's Rambler without ac ! cident or unpleasant incident. The feelings of the members of the party i were expressed by Mr. McElroy last night who said that all pronounced it I to be the most magnificent sightseeing jaunt thev had ever taken, i Regarding the work at the dam Mr. Mr. MCElroy said that work was pro gressing very rapidly, tun up ton of rock are being dropped down and set ' in place daily. Much of the machinery ' which was used at Granite Reef has been moved to the Roosevelt project, including cement cars, and the force lias been greatly increased. It will not : be long until the main street of the i cfty of Roosevelt will be under water and preparations are now being made to remove the town to another site. Old timers are touched with a sort of ' regret for the changing the scenes, though they are glad to see the project making headway, realizing its magni tude and what it means to the whole country. If anyone thinks that he is the only one who has any troubles of his own just let him ask a baseball manager, who like a dog with the fleas thinks he has al there are in the world. There is no law of exemption for any one either who has anything to do with the national sport, as the ex perience of the secretary-treasurer yesterday proved, and he might today be delving down into the fuzzles and senms of his pockets for about $'15 of league money but for the detective instincts and activity of Marshal Moore who was strictly on ' the Job for jibout two hours, but landed with both feet, bringing down the dinero with him. Sunday night the cash keeper of the city league serenely wended his way into a downtown restaurant packing along a satchel containing part of the baseball receipts. The grip was vet down beside his chair while certain xrtions of steak and other French fried and delicatessen arti cles were negotiated. Then he lei surely wended his way out again after paying his bill leaving the swag where it was handy for anyone who came in. Later when he thought of the money and called for it the wait er claimed that another man had ap peared claiming it and that be let hint have it. lie held to this story but his story did not hang together, nor could he describe the man in any way, shape or manner. tfficer Sullivan was cailed and the matter was taken under investigation. He reported to Marshall Moore who about five o'clock, paid an official call at the restaurant and in about ten minutes had the proprietor consigning every Chinaman on the job to perdition, whatever that is in their language. lie said he knew nothing of it but that he would see that the man got the money made good the loss. A course of cross questioning by Marshal Moore soon threw consider able light on the affair. The cashier said that a certain waiter had picked the satchel up, and given it to her. Later he came up and claimed that the proprietor wanted to put it away in the safe. He took it and walked back into the kitchen. That was the last seen of the grip and its contents by anyone in the front part of the restaurant. Being hot on the trail Marshal Moore followed the matter up and finally located the guilty party. The other Chinamen acknowl edged that the waiter was no good is ' wholesome, nourishing, and cleanly. Made from the whole wheat berry. ,, and it is understood that he -will be fired from his Job and made to leave town. As the money was returned, and there was. no desire on the part of anyone to punish the culprit, temp tation having been somewhat - tossed at his feet, no warrant was issued for his arrest. The league officials have a good many words of praise for the marshal for the efficient manner in which he handled the case. The next time the secretary sets down a grip and leaves it for a time, he will have it loaded with a gold brick and put the money in his pocket, or In a gunny sack and have that strapped round his neck. o ROLL OF DISHONOR Justice Kyle yesterday had before him Ignacio Fores and Savad.i Valencia who for drunk enness were sent to jail for five days each. HERE'S THE PROOF But Besides Catarrh, Hyomei Cures Grip, Coughs and Colds, Croup and Asthma. szot a i ioi o firarliiatinn Ciiitc VII UVIUUIIlll UUIIlJ For Young Men o Read; If You are a Sufferer From Catarrh,- Reason and Reflect "My wife and I will swear that Hyo mei cured me of the worst case of ca tarrh that ever existed. I used to cough constantly at night, and had a dropping in the throat, which kept me awake a great deal. I raised thick phlegm, and was in a horrible condi tion. However. I am entirely cured solely through the use of Hyomei." Dr. Philip Z. Hart, Laconia, X. II. Reader, this Is one of thousands of testimonials praising the marvelous curative power of Hyomei. If you are a stiffen r, why not try it? Larson Drug Co., guarantees it, and will re fund your money if it fails to cure. Hyomei is not a stomach nostrum: it is dry antiseptic and medicated air, and all you have to do to cure any disease of the nose, throat or lungs, is to breathe it In through the Hyomei inhaler. A Hyomei outfit, including a scientific inhaler, only costs $1.00. Get one today. -Subsequent treatment Is only 5o cents a bottle. Get one now Larson Drug Co . takes all the risk. They guarantee it. If he is going to graduate this "term, ho will certainly need a new outlit for every young man wants to appear' his best during this event. We have several lines of handsome Suits, made In single and double breasted styles from fabrics especially adapted for dressy occasions. We've had the young graduate In mind and have prepared for him a selection of suits that is so handsome and stylish that he will be proud of himself In one of them. Long Pants Suits $10.00 to $25.00 Sliort Pants Suits $5.00 to $!2.50 WE ALSO HAVE THE CHOICEST LINE OF SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, CUFFS, AND OTHER NECESSARY TOGS. You'll do Better at Outfitters to Men and Boys aoi $2,500 Buys a Nice Glean Business ' Best location In Phoenix. Doing good business. Good reasons for sell ing. Investigate this. Address P. O. Box 446. Clearance Sale of Women's I Outer Apparel l- j ESTABLISHED 1331 Our Bakery Goods The best of everything goes into them. comes out of them. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Edward Eisele, Phone Main 89. The best ot satisfaction There is no need of anyone suffer ing leng with this disease, for to effect a quick cure it is only neces sary to take a few doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In fact, in most cases one dose is sufficient. It never fails and can be relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally val uable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many children each year. In the world's history no medicine has ever met with greater success. PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50c. ties these g" , S THE BEST ALWAYS Visit Our i Annex for S Bargains S 5 1 raduation Days3 A Few Suggestions for Dress Our stock of graduation materials was never prettier than this season. We have paid special attention in se lecting' the right materials for these occasions and you will have no trouble in finding exactly what you want in all the leading weaves, as you will see by the below list. 32 inch Tussotine Lawn 40 to 90 50 inch Paris Muusseline SoC anJ S1.00 45 inch French Lawns '. 30 to S1.00 30 to 45 inch Batiste Swiss S25 to 1.00 30 to 45 inch Plain Sheer Batiste 25 to J0C 45 inch Mercerized Chiffon -40 to 75 36 inch Beautiful Sheer Linens 50 to S2.00 Could any list of nice graduation materials be more complete. SMOKE THE 090 So and 2 for wakelin E. S, Grocer Go. Distributors Shoes for Graduation Exercises Ladies that appreciate the best in millinery, and first-class, high grade wearing apparel are invited to call at our store before our big sale closes. .- - For Tuesday Trimmed hats and shapes in all latest models. We have on display a wealth of new styles just coining in for summer ' . OFF THE MERRY WIDOW GAINSSORO, and other styles. Rough or plain turaw in white black Copen hagen and brown. This is the greatest chance you will ever have of getting a nobby hat at such small price. Call and see for yourself. REMEMBER ONE-THIRD OFF IN PRICE. For Tuesday SUITS AND WAISTS Several shipments received during the week. One lot lawn jumper suits. Special prices 854.50 each. ne lot of dainty princess lawn suits. Sitecial price SG.50 Your choice ofNany VOILE SKIRT, tip it $15.00 values SS.75 STRICTLY ALL WOOL PANAMA SHIRTS In black, blue, gray, and brown. $7.50 vnl- S i.95 Xo alterations at this price. j RIDING SKIRTS for a few days only made to order for $3.00 andSU.OO YOUNG LADIES Pat. colt pump bather bow Welt sole medi um heel, very swell for evening "tar 8-1.00 LADIES Pat. kid vamp, dull black, 3 button oxford turn sole medium sole Very nobby $3.50 LADIES WHITE LINNENE OXFORDS, Gibson tie with rib bon lace or one button white heels, turn soles $2.50 PAT. KID -XFORDS, LIKE CUT. $3.50 YOUNG LADIES Pat Kid Gib son tie oxford ribbon lace low heel, a comfortable number $3.50 YOUNG LADIES soft kid ox ford Gibson tie. Ribbon lace low heel. Splendid value. . .$2.50 LADIES WHITE CANVAS OX FORDS in several styles. Rib bon lace, turn soles. Made on the new short vamp lasts -. . $1.50 to 82.00 During Warm Weather when every family wants the best foods prepared with the least anxiety, it is well to call attention that PERFECT OR DAISY FLOUR. will give the best re sults in the bread stuff line, and you will t always have sweet, light, healthy BREAD BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Phoenix; Arizona. CHILDREN'S PARASOLS We have a beautiful line of chlldrens and misses Parasols In white and colors plain or fancy and you should have no trouble In finding exactly the right thing in this assortment. Silk, linen or cotton. Very moderately priced at from 75 to $2.50 INDIA LINON 50 pes. fine sheer white india linon 29 inches wide, an elegant quality for childrens wear specially priced at 12 l-2j" CHILDREN'S ROMPERS. ( Of good quality gin; and tan, tape trimmed to 6 years. Price .... ;ham in plain, red, blue, pink and very tvell made, sizes 3 --500 LADIES PARASOLS an endless variety of linen, pongee and fancy silks plain or Toklo shapes, embroidered ilnens and checks silks pongees plain and with fancy borders, plain linens in white and colors a big collection to choose from and we can surely please the most particular dresser. The line is popularly priced at from $1.00 to $15.00 LONG CLOTH 50 pes. Dtichess long cloth 3G inches widfl chamois finish quality suitable for ladies and child ren's underwear. Specially priced for a few invent ory days at 12 l-2 CHILDREN'S DRESSES In sizes 2 to 6 years, of good plain or striped gingham, well made and neatly trimmed. Colors, blue, tan, red and pink. Very extra value at..7JJt2' ftN ABLE SPECIALIST Preeminently Successful, Thoroughly Re liable and Pre gressiteiy Up-to-Date. Dr. Hibbrd uniform no e in caring chron ic daease has won him n extended reputation. Ejrarj case U careful) j rtudicd and require ment for ipecial skill ful t re tine lit are inor o n g h 1 j Investigated. Thrfre is no giietsa work out absolute knowledge The latest dn-cnvenei ot science are applies In tne earing oi obsl at and complimte men wuicn nave- men inonnt Incnrabii . DELAY IS DANGEROUS. Are ion xuffetin In. in EOme cbrnnic affection? ilake no mil -take, Uestore our health and itrenftto before it is too late Get Expert Medical Treatment, brinaty, Kidney, Bladder, special and private romplaint.i treated with prompt and perma nent results. Tbe doctor is a graduate ot Harvard, one of the best medical schools in the world Re has had an experience of over JO years and has the complete confidence ard full indorsement of the leading business mei and prominent citizens of the touthaeat. Cancer and External Grawths Soeesxsfal.. ly Bemoved Withaat the Knife er Severe Measures. DR. HIBBARD, Hibbard Bnlldlne;, 26-28 8inth Second Ave. nne. Phoenix. Aniona. Centmlutiea Free. Hour- 10-12. 1 s. a 5- If you want everyone to greet you With a smile upon hi face. Carry Crystallized Cactus Canry, From Doiijfrio'a place.