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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN .MONDAY 3IORXIXC, JULY 20, VMH.
t I t ! t I I t X K--H-H-K-X-I-: I Worthy B for ummer Shoppers BLEACHED MUSLIN. A fine liht weight I 'leached .Muslin for summer use; per 1 r. ard SUMMER LAWNS. 12 '-..c values of new Summer 1-iwiis in varied patterns and assortments; special, yard PARASOLS. Summer Parasols in white pollen and novelty patterns of silk, Kreatly reduced; each from 75 to S3.50 SHEETS. Bed Sheets in all sizes and qualities, extra values in prices. From 75 to SI. 23 GERARD-JONES ARIZONA DEMOCRATS AND WILLIAM R. HEARST Those of the North Have Undergone a Change of Sentiment in Four Years. E. K. Ellinwood. counsel for the Copper Queen Consolidated Milling company arrived in the city yester day on his return from the northern part of the territory, partly on bus iness and partly for the purpose of commingling with the famous trout in ak creek. In reply to a question as to the state of the northern mind with ref erence to politics, territorial and na tional, Mr. Ellinwood s:iid that he had heard no political talk at all. The democrats of the northern part of the territory have not yet reached that stage; they have riot yet fin ished ""cussin' out" William Randolph Hearst for his neglect of the inter ests of Mr. liryan. Mr. Ellinwood could not help re marking the kti at change of senti ment of the democrats of the north toward Mr. Hearst within tin. last few years. He recalled an inei.h nt of the tour of the territory by Mr. Hearst in charge of a party of sev enteen congressmen. In the course of the tour they reached Prescott and the visitors were extended all the courtesies for which the Pres cottians are famous. In a drive about the country, one carriage was occupied by Mr. Ellinwood, Dennis A. Hurke, Senator overman and Mr. Hearst. The drive was a long one and the party had long since run out of conversational material and JL flfe. ftF V W Nyfh X& M&M MM Mid. S rr 7i pleasant anticipations, and casts over her a snaaow or gioom. Thousands of women have found the use of Mother s Friend during pregnancy robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child. This liniment is a god-send to women at the ritiVil timi Tnt nnlv rlrw! Mother'i Friend carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but ,the coming event, relieves TITTi "mornine sickness, " and oth-u II er discomforts of this period. Sold J)Tdroir(rit'f1PCTbott,e- Book eonuininjr T)obleinfomuitior mailed fret 1 1 J TEE BRADFIBLD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta, Ga. BUTTER-NUT BREAD prepared according to a patented method with rich milk, home made hop yeast, butter and the highest grade of flour sanitarily sifted; mixed hygienlcally and baked In improved ovens. The purest, cleanest and most delicious bread sold In Arizona. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Established 18S1. Edward Eisele, Prop. Phone Main S3. THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. IWI1I be open day and night' Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO., PROPS. 11 West Wash. St. Standard Furniture Co. New and Second Hand Trunks, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Fruit Jars. We pay highest prices for all . kinds of Second Hand goods. l 1 32-34 W. Washington St .H-M-i-H 'M"t "H"!' ! i i1K - arsains - I FINE CAMBRIC. Camhric of fine soft finish in value of 10c. Special per "! S KIMONOS AND SACQUES. House garments in latest pat terns at great reductions. The prices range from 75 to S3 WASH SKIRTS. A special reduction of White Wash Skirts in linene and duck. Kach a discount of 20 PER CENT. PILLOW CASES. Pillow Cases in qualities and sizes at satisfying prices. Kach from l.j4 to '2TC DRY GOODS GO. f had to scrap for things to talk about. Mr. Ellinwood suddenly remembered the Labor Hay speech of Henry F. Asliurst in which he modestly eulo gized Mr. Hearst by telling his hearers that he was the greatest man that bad trod the earth since Jesus sullerod in Oethsemane and walked on Oallilee. When Mr. Ellinwood repeated this very complimentary allusion to the distinguished guest. Senator Over man nearly fell out of the carriage with amusement. Mr. Hearst, how ever, cither ilid not see the humor of it or else he thought that Mr. Asli urst had given him only about what was coming to him. At any rate, he did not smile in concert with the other members of tthc party. o A MtXIGAN THIEF OF 1HE MEANEST KINO The Trick He Played on a Country man Near Wickenburg. The sheriffs office yesterday morning received an urgent demand from Wickenburg for the arrest of a Mexican wanted there for a par ticnlarlv mean crime, involving the bet nival of confidence, robbery and unusual cruelty. He and a conn trvman went swimming on Saturday in, the historic Ilassaynmiw. Finally the Mexican said that he had got cooled off and went out of the water and dressed himself. His companion had not had half enough of the de lights of the placid and cooling water and paddled aliout in the stream for - time longer. When he finally As an ordeal which all women approach with dread, for noth ing compares to the pain or child-birth. The thought of the suffering in store for her, robs the expectant mother or it gently prepares the system for Tel. Main 35L J WH ! i 'H"H' I I 1 companion had disap was his own clothing sight. J He realized then that robbed, fur his trousers eil $73. Pursuit was effectually headed off. 'effective than if the he had lieen had contain never more It was more telephone or telegraph wires had been cut. A man cannot go far in the burning rays of a July sun unless he has already jbeen locoed by thirst and heat. He iside he could not' appear in the civ ilization of Wickenburg In that garb 'and there being no barrel handy in Which to array himself, he was com pelled to lie low until the friendly shades of night came to clothe him decently. I All this time the thief was puttting miles between himsi'lf and avenging 'justice. When the outrage was re ported to the authorities at Wiek lenburg they quickly satisfied them- selves that the fugitive had not come tin that direction and they conclud ed that he must have gone toward j Phoenix. He would also naturally I seek this commercial center to dis ipose of his ill-gotten wealth. An accurate description of the thief was sent and the officers were busy all I day looking for a man who would fit it. They found none though mho .looked mean enough to play tn.-it kind 'of a trick on a friend. -o- emerged his peared, nor anywhere in ilDR. BULGIN LOSES IN RIVERSIDE SUIT Court Upholds Contention That He Misrepresented the Facts in Sale of Mining Stock. The following which will be of in terest to local readers, by reason of their acquaintance with Dr. Rulgin, Is found in the Riverside. California, correspondence of the Los Angeles Times: . "The sensational case of Dr. F. K. Strasser was decided by Judge Hens more this morning in favor of the former. The suit, which was on trial in the superior court the greater part of last week, was brought for the re covery of a twenty-acre alfalfa ranch at San Jacinto valued at $."i(Ml anil ex changed by Dr. Strasser for 16.000 shares of Kelso Mining and Milling company stock, which afterward prov ed worthless. ,-Ir. Strasser's complaint alleged that the minister had knowingly mis represented the value of the ore, the indebtedness of the company, the num ber of shales of stock held by the di rectors, the relations between t'- Kel so company ami the West ("oast Se curities company by which the latter concern was to receive half of tiie pro ceeds from the sale of tile stock in the Kelso company and other things affecting the value of stock. ""Judge Dcnsmore has not y t filed his written decision, but announced from the bench today that the plain tiff's testimony fully sustained the al legations of the complaint, and that his decision would be In favor of fir. Strasser. Considerable stock in this company has been disposed of by Hul gin in southern California and the outcome of the suit has been awaited with much Interest. It is understood an appeal will lie taken. "(in the witness stand today. Dr. Strasser testified that Ir. P.ulgin had misrepresented the assav value of ore, the amount of stock held by the direc tors of the company, the contract be tween the Kelso Mining and Milling company and the allied organisation,, the West Coast Securities company, and various other matters relating to the management of the company. "He also asserted that the minister had represented to him that the five directors of the company, of which he., was one, held only un.non shares of its capital stock each; that the. mining property was free from debt, with the exception of $600, which was to be' paid in cash and $7500 to be paid In : stock; that the mines had been effi- ! clenlly managed, and that there were! hundreds of tons of ore In sight, aver- j aging 1R a ton, till of which Is do-j clared untrue. I "The witness said that each of the directors held lin.000 shares in thei Kelso company and 20.000 shares In j the West Coast Securities company; that the actual Indebtedness was about i $23,000; that the affairs had not been j efficiently managed, and that the ore! was not so rich as representfd. ! "He further said that the Wet Coast Securities company promoted the Kel so company, and was given r0 per cent of the proceeds from the salt- of stock, wlHTeas Dr. P.ulgin had represented to him that the West Coast Securities company was to receive nothing for promoting the Kelso company, until the latter was on a paying basis." THE CHRISTIAN PI ay-goers should remember the park theater to night when the Raymond Co. makes its first how to a Phoenix audience In The Christian. There Is promise of a fine entertainment. The bread of finality. That's the kind we make. Home Making Co. SELLING X Good Pianos! That's our business it has been so for the many 1 years since we have been x right in your midst. An X ironclad guarantee ot x good faith, good goods and square dealing ac- f companies every instru- T ment leaving this house. Can One Ask For More? REDEWILL'S The Home of Everything Musical. A Broadside of Tellio Printed Lawns A CONSIDERABLE QUANTITY OF 27-INCH PRINTED LAWNS 8c and 10c grades in figures and floral effects, a great many dif ferent colors represented in the assortment for one day at, choice 5c Yard Linen Finish Suitings A NEW SHIPMENT OF 36 INCH LINEN FIN. SUITINGS HAS JUST ARRIVED. We now have them In white, pink, various snades of blue and brown. . They're sponged and shrunk, just the kind vou would want for a dainty Tub Skirt or complete Suit, low priced at 15c, but Monday at, yard 1 24c Toilet Water VANTINE'S FAMOUS TOILET WATER In such odors as Violet, Sandalwood, Oeisha Flowers, Ylang-Ylang and Nile I.ily, sold everywhere at $1.00 here Monday at 79c Bottle White Goods WHITE NAINSOOK FIN. CAM BRIC :;C inches wide and very desirable for thu making of 1 undergarments, banner value at 10c for Monday at, yard 7c For Choice of One Lot 50c and 75c Shirt Waists About 10 dozen, all told, of nice Shirt Waists in white and colors, that's the substance of this remarkable offer, and, mind you, they are neither job lots nor odds and ends all regular stock in a full range of sizes. Re member 50c and 7fc values at 25c. The right to limit purchasers is reserved. Union Suits A NEW LINE OF WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Summer styles, low taped neck and armholes, umbrella style pants . with lace trimming, sold in most places at Tic here only, suit 49 c Pillow Cases GOOD PILLOW CASES Ready for use, broad hem. torn and iron ed, sizes 42xul anil 4.rixl!l'i special for Monday at, each I2KC i Price FOR ENTIRE STOCK OF Wash Goods such as Merc. Foulards, Plaid Voiles, Silk Tissues, etc.. in a vast assortment of colorings and de signs rnnffinB in price from 1'Oc to 50c per yard. 9c for choice of one lot Women's AVashable Neck wear worth up to 25c. $3.00 & $3.50 iiyX ' Try It Tie a cord around your wrist. Not too tigktl just so you feel a gentle pressure. In JtaJf an Jiour you will faint from that gentle pressure. So with tke pressure of hadly-ftting shoes!' That's why you feel so tired when night comes. But "Queen Quality" Shoes will quichly relieve that tired feeling, t All shades and leathers. This Store Has the Exclusive Agency Ruchings 25 BOXES OF TOURIST RUCH ING C yards to the box, just right for traveling purposes for Monday at I2ic Box JUST A FEW LEFT of those $1.50 and $2.00 White Shirt Waists which we are selling at EACH t Price For each and every Parasol in stock including women's and children's in white ami colors, plain and novelty styles. 19c For Men's Underwear That have sold all along at 25c and 35c. Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers in either blue or pink, not a V-,- -.. i - -v. ui, hi mmmn iinw i n in, I I II I I , I I I T I Bargains f 0 nee Postal Cards OUR EN1IRE STOCK OF NOV ELTY POSTAL CARDS Hispl iv-iu--; a r.inlhii de of schemes, see i and o'l'ic e"cls. sold r.osliv at 1 for .',e jut for Monday at 2 for Ic For Free and Unrestricted Choice of Any Tailored Cloth Suit Tub Suit Worsted Skirt Silk Dress and Evening Costume Handkerchiefs 50 DOZEN OF WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WHITE HEM STITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS Soft finished, 'i and 'i inch hems, better than the usual 5e sorts just for Monday at 3 for 10c Discount on entire stock of Men's Summer Trousers The line is superb. The assortment could not be better ed. There are ab solutely no excep tions they all go at the above price cut. J '.: S-v'.i'-i 1 or Monday India Linon 1 AN IMMENSE LOT OF WHITE INDIA LINONS Short lengths ranging from 2 to 10 yards, 40 inches wide, various grades, val ues up to 20c for Monday by tiie length only at, yard Women's Hosiery ANOTHER NEW LINE OF WO MEN'S LACE LISLE STOCK INGS Lace boot effects, garter top, extra fine lisle, spliced heels and toes, sizes S'.i to 10, difficult to distinguish from those gener ally sold at 50c special Monday pair 25c Silk Lisle Vests WOMEN'S FINEST SWISS RIB BED VESTS if excellent quality Silk Lisle, mere, taped neck anil armholes, low neck, yoke trim med In wide crocheted lace, al ways sold at C5c for Monday at. each 44c Dress Linens ANOTHER LARGE LINE OF 36 INCH COLORED DRESS LINENS Pu:vt Iiish Linen sorts in various shades of blue anl onion brown 4.V is their regular value, but Monday they go at, yard 30c Price In the House Toweling A SMALL QUANTITY OF TUR KISH TOWELING The good sort, 21 inches wide heavy, soft and fluffy, considered excellent value at -"c while it lasts Mon day at, yard I5c Shell Goods A LARGE LOT OF BACK AND SIDE COMBS Various styles, similar kinds have never been re tailed short of 23c Monday at, choice i 5c Y2 Price For complete stock of f . EMBROIDERIES Including EdfjinKs. Beadins, In sertions, Allovers, Flouncing and Demi Flouncings. 9c per yard for choice of one lot 12!-c and irc Dress Ginghams, in cheeks, plaids and stripes. i 1 i