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' THE ARIZONA ItEPUBLlCAJi FRIDAY MORMXC, JULY 21, l!)OS.
I The Talk Of the Town The West Coast of llexico is the talk of the town. EverylKKiy who has been in that section has a pood word for tbie country. They are uni versal in their claim tha. this is the coming coun try. Kvery day western papers have something to say in favor of this rich, section which is just being opened up by the Southern Pacific and Kansas City, Mexico & Orient railroads. OUR LAND Our land, which we are selling to 'American col onists and investors at $4.00 per acre, on very easy payments, is located in this rich section. Over 60,000 acres sold to American people assures our colony of great success. It means the development of that country' by American methods, and the re turns will be little short of marvelous. It is the richest agricultural section of Mexico. The rainfall of 35 to 40 inches is ample for all purposes. The climate is equal to that of Southern California. A P0RTUNE IN MEXICO Now don't you think you ought to look Into this matter while prices are low? You owe it to yourself, and those dependent on you. We have some interesting literature covering the proposition call for it, or write and wc will mail it. It is free. Bishop & Haun 136 XV. Washington St t I $450 "Ellington" Piano Reduced to $295 A positive saving of $155 on a Piano of merit is not to be over looked. And then consider the source! An instrument practically new, of handsome, glossy walnut finish, all metal parts nickel-plated, double repeating action that's the kind of a Piano we're offering this week at cut price. ' Rede will's THE BENEFICIARY OF HABEAS CORPUS How Judge Ainsworth Squared the Alleged Violation of Mesa's Speed Ordinance. The city authorities of Mesa had an all day legal tilt yesterday with Judge C. F. Ainsworth and when the sun was setting its refulgent rays gilded the triumphant banner of the Judge. It was all about the alleged frac ture of the speed ordinance of Mesa. Judge Ainsworth was returning in an automobile from Roosevelt. He was accompanied by his son, Frank Ains worth, and the machine was gliding along under the skillful handling of a chauffeur. The ordinance of Mesa Special for Friday Morning and All Day SATURDAY Kimonos and Dressing Sacques Summer house garments in many patterns and styles. tA special offering, each 20 PER CENT OFF WHITE WASH WAISTS. Fancy shirtwaist for summer In late styes, values of $1.50 to J2.00, special S1.00 J2.25 values, each SI. 50 $2.75 values, each S2.00 18c per yard Specials Fine white dotted Swiss in actual S5c value. Colored batistes, organ dies and fine lawns in 30c and 35c qaulities. Special per yard 18 NEMO CORSETS. Sizes complete In our line of Nemo Corsets. An ever satis fying garment for the stout or medium figure. Each S3.00 GERARD-JONES Phoenix, Arizona. The Home of Everything Musical. contemplates a- conservative rate' -of sjieed within the city limit, which are rather far-flung. persons who witnessed the progress of the auto mobile said that in the wake of it there was suction, that is, the fill ing of a vacuum which is abhorred in Mesa as much as anywhere else and which caused the plate glass TEA Moneyback means that the tea is g-ood and well worth the money. Can't mean anything else. Tear rronr return reef Baser If yea deal Ilka SchiUior'a Beet: par bia Bargains - ENGLISH LONG CLOTH. Special prices In Manchester long cloth for a few days; will be sold as follows: 25c grade, per yard 20d 20c grade, per yard 15i 16 2-3c grade per yard. 12' C-B A LA SPIRITE CORSETS. Varied assortments of C-B cor sets to suit the requirements of different forms. Prices: 1.00 to S6.00. DRY GOODS CO. i m windows to bow out, and the air was iniuii wim ausi, rocK, gravel, uogs. small and children, all drawn into the vacuum. From all these circumstances it was surmised that Judge Ainsworth was paying no attention to the pub lished rate of speed but was taking (advantage of a secret and special rate and ought to be arrested for some thing, possibly a violation of the El- kins law. But he could not be arretsed while in motion. It has taken more time thus far to telt the story of the pro cession of Judge Ainsworth, than elapsed between the moment when he appeared on the eastern horizon of the appalled citizens or Mesa and the instant he was lost in the west in a swirl of dust and debris. The only thing 4o do was to head him off at Temie by telephone and it was real ized that that could not be done un less the wires had been recently greased for the passage of the elec trie current. But they had been, for when Sam Brown, the marshal, re ceived the message from Mesa he heard a dull but growing roaring in the east. He had bareiy time to get into the middle of the thoroughfare and display the red flag of danger when the automobile w-nizzed up. He Informed Judge Ainsworth that he was under arrest. In that slow measured tone of his Jutige Ains worth replied that he thought not. It appeared that he was not; no war rant had been issued and moreover the marshal was not sure whom the Mesa authorities desired arrested. The conversation at the telephone had necessarily been too hurried. Mr. Brown could not linger until Christ mas at the telephone and then get out into the street in time to Inter cept the automobile. There was a difference of opinion regarding the understanding which had been arrived at between Judge Alns worth and the marshal. The latter thought that the Judge would return to Mesa today to see it out. The judge had no such intention, but as he remembered the understanding, it was that if the Mesa people really wanted him there they should send an officer to Phoenix with a warrant. At any rate that was what the situation resolved itself into and early in the afternoon the officer appeared here. The warrant was presented to the judge who had thought that he would have to go to Mesa and defeat the case in the enemy's territory but when he saw the warrant he saw an opening through which a bull might be thrown by the tail. But the judge could not have avail ed himself of that aperture but for an 'accident. The Judge of the dis trict court is absent from his juris diction and Commissioner Johnstone can only issue writs of habeas corpus returnable before some associate Jus tice. But, it happened that fate had tak en Judge Doan of the fourth dis trict by the hand and led him to Phoenix yesterday morning. More over, fate led him to Judge Alns worth's office Just at the psycholog ical moment. It was plainly decreed that Judge Ainsworth should be free. He mad application to the commissioner fur the writ, the application being based on the" ground that while the war rant set out that he had been guilty of a misdemeanor there was an en tire absence of a description of ttie nature of it. The writ was made returnable be fore Judge IVian, who was not sure of his authority to act outside of his own jurisdiction, but his doubt on that point was resolved and the hearing took place, resulting in the discharge of Judge Ainsworth. It was the opinion of the latter that the case could have been beat en, ir the warrant had not been de fective in form, on the ground that the wrong person had been arrested. It is said to be the practice in cases of this sort to arrest the driver and not the passengers. o PROPOSED HOSPITAL FOR INSANE ASYLUM Plans of Thornton Fitzhugh Submitted in Response to Advertisement for Bids. Pursuant to former advertising the board of control yesterday opened the only bid offered for the construction f the proposed View hospital building at the territorial asylum for the insane. authorized by an appropriation of the legislature at its last session and to cost not to exceed $45,000. Thornton Fitzhugh, the architect of the territor ial prison, was the only bidder, and his bid was accompanied by working plans as well as by two water color drawings.' One of ttie drawings was a picture of the new Hospital as it will appear if constructed according to these plans. The other was a larger picture on a smaller scale, showing the entire grounds as they appear with the present buildings, the addition of the new hospital and other buildings that the architect conceives will be found necessary as the years go by. This picture was his voluntary con tribution and was not necessary in considering the present work but Is nevertheless illuminating as an ideal that should be kept in mind in planning present constructions. This larger picture shows the pres ent building as the center of the group. In the rear of it in a semicircle are a number of cottages. To the west is the present proposed hospital and to the east of the big building is a dupli cate of it while In front of all are four small ornamental constructions sug gested merely to complete the picture of nicely laid out grounds. The arch itect says it will not be a great many years until the abig contral building will have to be replaced by a better equipped and more modern structure and he has grouped the buildings so this may be done eventually but the old buildings be used as long as they are safe or expedient. The proposed new hospital building will be west of the main structure about where a portion of the garden now is. The picture shows it to be planned as three long wings of equal dimensions, from a central point, one running north, one southeast and one southwest, or nearly so, apd be tween the last two named a narrow wing or corridor from the central point to a little structure facing the road or nearly facing the big asylum building. Possibly one could express it as wjpll COULD HOT WALK FOR FOUR MONTHS Mass of Itching, Burning Humor on Ankles Feet Fearfully Swollen Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Many Treatments Failed but - - . .... TORTURES OF ECZEMA YIELDED TO CUTICURA "Cuticura Remedies are all you claim them to be. I had eczema for over two years. I had two physicians, hut they only gave me relief for a short time and I cannot enumerate the ointments and lotions I used to no purpose. My ankles were one mass of sores. The itching and burning were so intense that I could not sleep. I could not walk for nearly four months. One day my husband said I had lietter try the Cuti cura ltcmedies. After using them three times, I had the best night's rest in months unless I took an opiate. I used one set of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment, and Cuticura Resolvent Pills, and my ankles healed in a short time. It is now a year since I used Cuti cura, and there has been no return of the eczema. " I had a small lump in the corner of my eye for over a year which was very painful and got larger all the time. I thought I would try Cuticura Soap and Ointment on it, and now it is gone. I am seventy-three years old and have lived on the farm I now occupy for twenty-seven years. Cuticura Reme dies are the safest and most reliable I have ever used for all skin humors. Mrs. lavid Brown, Locke, Crawford Co.. Ark., May 18 and July 13, 1U07." DISFIGURED For Life Is the Despairing Cry of Thousands Of ikin-tortured and disfigured vic tims of humors, eczemas, tetters, and raphes, who have tried and found want ing many remedies, and who have lost faith in all. To such Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with irresist ible force. They are absolutely pure, eweet, gentle, and wholesome. They afford immediate relief in the most dis tressing cases, and point to a speedy cure when ail else fails. Onraplrtff External an1 Internal Trfatmmt fnr Kvrry Humor at Infant). ChiMnTi. and Ad'llla ronlnta of OitlPtim frV-ap (2ic.) In Ci anse the Skin. Cutirura flntnttil t')c.) u Ural tin Shin, ana Cut leiira Hownlvent f6v . . for tn tin form f 'In rolate C.il.-.1 I'llln 25c. per vUil ut 601 lo Purity the llloutl. Sold thrmufh'mt Uif pufld. ('-itler Lru3 & Cuem. Corp . Sou- I'miv, hwihi. Maita. tf-Malied t ree, Cuticura Hoot on Skin Dlawta as any other way, by saying it is an inverted letter Y held up on a cane. though the cane and each arm of the Y are the same length and about equi distant, and there is a little structure at the end of each. The hospital plan is designed to combine ' convenience, centralization, and the segregation of the sexes, while there Is special recognition of the hy gienic value of a 'maximum amount of sunshine within each room. At some time during the day the sun will shine into every room in the building. The plans also minimize the evils of germ contagion and dirt. The floors are flat and of a slate like substance. The joints in ceilings and floors and walls are as nearly as possible rounded coves instead of angles and baseboards and casings are dispensed with so the apartments may be renovated with a hose and scalding water or steam at anytime anr for which purpose pipes are to bo provided. There will be a sterilizing room for treating the linen and the hospital ap pliances and fabrics as well as for sterilizing the clothing of physicians and attendants. The operating room will be provided with perfect lights. both natural and electric, and all mod ern sanitary appliances and plumbing will be utilized throughout the build ing. In the hub of the building or central point will be two large assembly rooms with glass doors from floor to ceiling, opening on the corridors, these doors to be transformed into screens for summer, making big porches for the inmates. Fire protection, nurses rooms and sleeping porches for in mates are all 'given careful attention, the latter being in the north extension. False ceilings In all the corridors will furnish ample room between them and the roof for conduits for the pipes, wires, etc. The mechanical plant for the steam, water and similar conveni ences is designed to be merely a con nection with the present power plant. There are many minor details that are not mentioned here and that indeed could scarcely be followed except the reader had the plans to go by, but al together the plans seem to have given consideration to every necessity the casual reader could suggest. The construction will be in lare part of reinforced concrete with large apertures at proper places for ventila tion, such for instance as the sleeping porches. The roof is to be a concrete slab, covered with a foot of adobe ml that In turn covered with asbestos. Protection against fire and the sum mer's heat are two thief features. The plans have not yet been given more than a cursory examination by the board of control and will of course be carefully examined before an award is made, even though Mr. Fitzhugh be the only bidder. NEW NOTARY William L. Lani gan of Fort Defiance, Apache county was yesterday appointed a notary pub lic. FROM THE COFFEE POT TO THE CUP ALWAYS. Damn's BARKLEY'S BEN-HUR mm COFFEE. Barkley's Ben-Hur Coffee is put hot in air-tight tins, direct from the roaster, thereby pre serving the rich aroma and high flavoring. Merciless Slashing on Outer Appare 'A PRICE for all our Cloth Suits ANOTHER LOT THOSE OF 50c and 75c Shirt Waists TODAY AT 25c Each About 10 dozen, nil told, of nice Shirt Waists in white and colors, that's the substance of this re markable offer, and, mind you, they are neither job lots nor odds and ends all regular stock in a full range of sizes. Remember 5": and 7jc values today at....2C I PRICE for any Evening: Costume in Stock a .yguwM yi'i..lrwwaigy' J aa aairaHii --"-"-I'liiaTe 1 i iiBihiinaawaaa in i aaavuiiw i a mniam.aaianm.ua i m ,. aw .!'. a) i aui ,iM.aa aawaw! uii "l"''n!!V. -aama ' '- ''''' .' ' ' Pi pi I i ii j?jir x- ii t t 1 II t 1 i 1 Mic rfTritt iii iiirriii.ii .i.ta.i .nl ami...... f : i V ' ' "' y2 PRICE Tor every Worsted Skirt in Stock t y2 PRICE for all cur Tub Suits J,.-I,;n n tr Interim k a matter of aiaaiiaMaiiiiiw ii .g amuini i m mi ii, ma... m in. iwa,,i.i i i iiaaimai Vjoou piuiiimiie, " , 1 . . because your health depends on the sanitary conditions existing in this , room where all food is prepared- Old fashioned sinks with closed ir. piping are lodging places for vermin, moisture and dirt which bnog about serious illness. If the plumbing of your kitchen is old, unsightly and unheal thy let us quote you a price on installing a snow-white 'Svii Porcelain Enameled sink with open plumbing. Our prices are rea sonable; our work high class and what you pay for this modern kitchen equipment may save you money in doctor bilk ' Geo. Hageman y2 PRICE for choice of any Silk Dress in Stock SEE THOSE EXQUISITE $1.50 and $2 Shirt Waists PRICED FOR TODAY AT . 99c Each While the assortment is not large, yet we claim to be in a position to satisfy the most exacting. Dainty affairs made of excellent finality Persian Lawn trimmed in all over embroidery', short or vi length sleeves; considered banner values at $1.50 and $2.00. Choice today for 00 d y2 PRICE for any Fancy Silk Petticoat in the house ?reat imnortance mm