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THE ARIZONA UEPUBL1CAN THURSDAY 3IORXTXO, JULY 0, 1908.
Nemo Corsets Sizes complete in extra fine quality of Batiste Nemo Corsets. The Self-Reducing Corset provides comfort for every type of stout figure with altering the corset. Style No. 314 Price $3.00 Wash Belts 35c qualities of new Wash Bolts, plain and embroidered, each Sue Silk Gloves Black and White Gloves In Silk, elbow length. Special, P"'r 89 heetings 10-4 Peperill unbleached sheeting selling for 30c Special, Per Yard 22c Ginghams for 5c Apron Checks in blue, green and brown, and Dress Ginghams in broken checks in lengths of S to 13 yards each. Special, yard 5 Lawns for 3c New Lawns In 10c and lJVic values in especially selected patterns in late designs. A generous assortment of varied designs. Special, yard Tilt .SHADOW OF BRYAMSM (Continued from race One) including injunctions, trusts, rail roads, resources of the country, the tariff, etc. !These minor sub-committees con sisted in all cases of three members. The remainder of the day was sent largely in consultations over various subjects under consideration. There were, however, some questions upon which the full sub-committee found it possible to pass; these included the publicity of the campaign contri butions, relative to which a strong plank was adopted. The committee also acceptod various other sugges tions, among them being planks de- The General Demand of the Well-Informed of the World has always been for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known value; a laxative which physicians could sanction for family use because ita com ponent parts are known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its ex cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for its remark able success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-informed. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. I EASTERLING & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS til W. WashlniUa tV, Phoenix, ArlMM. I manding the enactment of an in jcome tax law. providing for the re striction of oriental immigration, and 1 denouncing what the committee termed President Roosevelt's '"perpet uation of his dynasty," etc. The injunction sub-committee was the first to be appointed, and its memiers were busily occupied during 'the day. This sub-committee con sisted vf Williams of Massachusetts, J'arer of N nrk, and o'llpian of Iov i. lis c eiiberatlns wi.t.j based upon a draft of the nrP0:ed pl.intt made by 'Williams, which was found to lw generally acceptable, but it was closely scrutinized by 'lot only the conservative members of tlie committee, not only by Judge Park er, but by the labor leaders as welL Williams was in consultation during the greater part of the day with labor men who appeared to be ex tremely anxious not only that the substance, but that the particular language of the resolution should be such as to satisfy the voters who they claimed were lehind them. Owing to the care it was found nec essary to give to the plank, it was still under consideration by the sub committee when a recess was taken for dinner.. The sub-committee on the tariff found less difficulty in reaching a conclusion. This committee consisted of Pettigrew of South Dakota, Brown of Nebraska and Alsnuler of Illinois. It was able to report to the full committee by 5 o'clock. The com mittee recommended the adoption of a comprehensive plank on the tariff, including among others, provision for free print paper, free wood pulp, lumber, logs, etc. No definite an nouncement on the question of a Philippine tariff relative to sugar was made by the sub-committee. The full sub-committee gave consid erable attention to the subject of the preamble of the platform and there was at times a god deal of rivalry between the preamble of the New York platform and the Nebraska platform, the former being championed by Judga Parker, and the latter by Senator Pet tigrew and others. Ultimately the Ne braska language was accepted because of its brevity. During the discussion of the pream ble Senator Pettigrew declared that there was too much tendency towards making stump speeches in the plat form and announced his intention of moving for the appointment of a com mittee of three for the simplification of the language of the entire docu ment as soon as it was completed. Among other questions discussed at t length during the day were the writ of ; injunction, and an expression of con I fidence in the courts, the practical val- Iuation of railorads and the guarantee of bank deposits. There was a sharp division of sentiment upon many of More Telling Piano Bargains For Today and the balance of the week we place on sale a number of high-grade used pianos, such as Steinway, Checkering and Willard, at the insignificant little sum of $150 It's dollars to doughnuts their like cannot be bought elsewhere short of $250. REDEWILL'S phoenix, ariz. 1 I I I II I 1 1 t 1 1 1 U 1 l.HM..nt.HM-HW'M 1 It 1 1 11 1 1 I H 1 1 1 1 The Valley Pride Creamery f T now has Mr. E. M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their pasteur izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of 5 Pasteurized Milk and Cream, f Call up Main 289 and your orders will be promptly filled. A iA i I 1 M r I I 1 1 H I HIMM I' t'H'WI 1 H I 1 1 I 1 lit 1111 I I H i thcun, but as the day wore on it be came evident that a large majority of the full sub-committee was completely committed to all of Bryan's policies, while the members did not manifest a willingness to accept the language even of Bryan. In a majority of Instances, there were only one or two opposlnR expres sions in reference to his policies. So nearly unanimous was the sub-commit-tec, that one of the. members declared that it stood "16 to 1" on all proposi tions. Judge Parker generally being the odd meinlor. During the day the committee reach ed the conclusion that It would not insert any declaration on the question of the rights of negroes. Bryan had made a, tentative suggestion against discrimination to that race, but the southern members of the sub-committee expressed an opinion that the dec laration of principles would be more acceptable to the southern states if there should be no intimation of the party's attitude on that subject. Possibly the nearest approach to a clash during the day was on the sub ject of courts, when Parker and Petti grew expressed In sharp language diametrically opposingoplnlons. Park er presented a plank announcing the party's confidence in federal courts, and in its support he made a strong plea. He had no sooner taken his seat than Pettigrew took the floor in oppo sition. He said that for himself he had little or no confidence In federal courts, but was willing to compromise by leaving the subject entirely un touched. The sub-coinmittee decided to follow that course. The conclusion to ignore the ques tion of woman suffrage was arrived at early in the day. The plank upon oriental immigration which received the approval of the sub-committee was offered by Inman of Oregon. A number of planks from the Nebraska state platform were accepted practi cally as they appeared in that doc ument. Among them were those em bodying an approval of the anti-pass and anti-rebate laws; prohibiting corporations from making campaign contributions; the election of I'nited States senators by direct vote; rec ommending a constitutional amend ment permitting an income tax. The enlargement of the powers of the railroad commissions; favoring postal savings banks, the eight hour day. the adjustment of disputes between labor and capital; urging an emplov- ers' liability bill, applicable to both ubllc and private employers anil recommending the admission of Ari- zona and New Mexico as separate states. THE ANTI-INJUNCTION PLANK. The sub-committee appointed to draft an injunction plank reported a few minutes before the committee took a recess at 7 o'clock, stating through Williams, the chairman, that three members, himself. Judge Parker anil Sullivan, had reached a complete agreement. He also made the an nouncement that the plank had been scrutinized by the officers of the fed eration of labor and was acceptable to them. The plank thus recommended takes a position favorable to placing labor disputes on a level with other disputes and against the courts regarding laborers differently from other classes of citizens. There is no requirement for notice previous to in junction proceedings because fjompers said none would be demanded provid ing there could be a cessation of dis crimination against the labor clement. AN ARIZONA SAW MILL ON MOUNT GRAHAM Some Tacts About This Territory as a Lumber Region. Washington, July 3. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican ) Ari zona has the reputation of being a dry hot country, and much of it justifies this reputation. Those thoroughly ac quainted with the territory know how ever, that there are mountains in Ari zona, and on these mountains precipi tations in the form of both rain and snow is surprisingly high. For exam ple: Mount Graham rises from the desert In southeastern Arizona to an altitude of over lo.nnft feet and its steep slocnes are heavily timbered with Iouglas fir, western yellow pine and Engelmann spruce. These timbered mountains are bless ings to the people of the territory In more ways than one. Streams in which the flow is regulated by the for est runs down into the desert, where every drop of water is used for irriga tion. The forests also supply the peo ple of the region with material for building their houses, for fencing, and with timber. The timber portion of Mount C.ra ham is In a national forest. This means that the timber can lie used. but cannot be abused. For example. the government has sold to the Mount Graham Lumber company, the timber on an area which is estimated to yield S."0.fl0( board feet, and the company is now cutting and sawing it and supply ing the agriculturist community in the valley of the Oila river with lumber, and the mines of the Globe mining district with timbers. The company's mill is high up on the mountain side in a little opening in the dense timber. Here, one and a half miles above the sea level, the logs are sawed into lumber and a flume seven and one-half miles long carries the Biliousness 'I ham ufwi roar lubl CcarM and find thm perfect. Couldn't d without tb-m. I harm ued thni fr Home time for iiHiigt-iUion li 1- iouxnnfis and am now Pompi'trly cared. Keconv tnand tiifm to everyone. Oih-a tci'd. you will Barer b without tbm in tha family." fcdwani A. Marx, Albany, N.T. Best For ff k. Mr me Doweis CANDY CATHARTIC FlMnt. Pmlatubln. Pownt. Tts Good. Do Oood, Ker Sicken, Wikii orCiriiio. 10c. 2S-. S0e. old In balk. Th genuine tablet Rtamped CCO. Qunn(Hi to ears or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 60s ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES BLUE " uorin Women should understand that melancholia, commonly called "the blues," is in nine times out of ten a Bure symptom of some serious female organic derangement and should have immediate attention. Women whose spirits are depressed, and who are ailing and miserable, should rely upon LYDIAE. PINK HAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND is is evidenced by following letters. Mrs. F. Ellsworth, of Mayville, N. Y., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " For three years I was in an awful despondent and nervous condition caused by female troubles. I was not contented anywhere, and was in such constant fear that something1 terrible was poinjr to happen that it seemed as though 1 should lose my mind. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has restored my health, and I cannot say enough for it." Mrs. Mary J.Williams, of Bridge port, 111., writes to Mrs. 'Pinkham: " I have been suffering' from a female trouble, backache and headaches, and was so blue that I was simply in despair. I feel it my duty as well as my pleasure to tell you that Lydia K. j'inkham's Vegetable Compound cured me. The change in my appearance is wonderful, and I wish every suffering woman Would try it." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years J.ydia K link ham's Vegetable-Compound, made from roots and herbs, has leen the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have lieen troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, irregularities, ieriodic pains, backache. Why don't you try it r I sawed lumber down through the rough canyon of Ash tYeck to the ba.;e of the mountain where it can lie hauled direct to the ranches where it is to be used or loaded on cars anil shipped to the mines. A flume in Arizona seems out of place, but there is plenty of water on Mount Graham with which to op erate it, anil there always will be, for the forest officers allow only carefully selected trees to be cut, and there will always be a good forest cover on the mountain which will protect the steram flow and supply timber for the future. Of Local Interest ! IN BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF Will A bra ins, who has been making Phoenix for many years for the Levi Strauss people, has gone to Napa, California, to settle down permanently- in business with his brother. taking an interest in a department store there. Will always liked Phoe nix as much as any town on his route, and was at one time almost persuaded to take down here. His local pals will bo glad to hear of his success. WORTH INQUIRING ABOUT. R. Rivins, who has charge of the Gordon Tweed ranch north of the city yester day brought to the board of trade fine samples of two varieties of millet, one is a good sample showing lots of for age and fair sized well filled heads. Its straw is short however. The other is twice as large and luxuriant in every way and the heads are four or five times as big. The straw is several times larger than the other, in fact half as big as a small cornstalk. The leaves are big and long and altogether Mr. Rivins says he believes the crop will run six tons of forage to the acre and probably twenty bushels of seed. As everybody knows millet is a rich stock food, may say entirely too rich to feed an animal exclusively. It is possible the farmers can find in this millet something that will be more profitable than ever as a stock fattening food. A SESSION OF COURT. Judge K. M. Poan of the Cochise district, arrived in the city yesterday morning to hear several matters for Judge Kent. There was one divorce cose on the territorial side. In the case of Hugo Richards against John Noble and others the fi nal report of Receiver Hurnett was al lowed and there was an order of dis charge. Publication was ordered in the case of the Troy Consolidated Mining company, a bankrupt, it being represented to the court that the cor poration is a Maine corporation and there is no agent here upon whom no tice could be served. The petition in bankruptcy was recently filed by J. H. Alward, C. M. Johnson, Robert Archi bald and John Kavanaugh, all resi dents of Pinal county and creditors of the company in the aggregate sum of about $"i(Mi0. The action was precipi tated by an attachment which had been issued to a local cerditor for the satis faction of a claim of about $800. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot nroperly serve them. PHONE 'MAIN 47, .K..u.,i.iLmrfMLSJM 1 2 PRICE For Absolutely Free and unrestricted Choice of any Women's 1 Tub Suit, Worsted Skirt, Cloth Suit and Silk Dress IN THE HOUSE. Tomorrow Morning Begins the Best and Biggest RAN ANT SALE v of the year. Three weeks of the liveliest Pre-Inven-tory Sale business left us with an almost countless quantity of remnants of every denomination, length and width. 5,000 of Them Should Be a Safe Guess Remnants of Silks, Wash Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Ribbons, Laces, Trimmings, Ginghams, Sheetings, Calicoes, Muslins, etc., all conveniently displayed on center tables. When you see the price marks, which will adorn these remnants, you'll certainly do as everyone does: BUY BUY BUY -1 2 PRICE FOR ENTIRE STOCK OF Embroideries Including Edgings, Insertions, Allovers, Flouncings & Demi Flouncings in Nain sook, Hamburg, Cambric and Swiss. PRICE FOR COMPLETE STOCK OF Wash Goods Printed, Checked, Floral and Plaid ef fects ranging in Price from 20c to 50c per yard.