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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MOItXIXG, SEPTE3II5FR J), 1908.
5 Is the joy of the household, for l without it no happiness can be IWTTJT?1 and commend the thoughts V Xi ii vi anJ aspirations of the mother .l?jmssp bending over the cradle. The ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass is such that :;hc looks forward with dread to the hour when she shall feel the thrill of. motherhood. Ever woman should know that the danger and pain of child-birth can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, which rentiers pliable all the parts, assisting nature in its work. By its aid thousands of m women have passed lhisll. crisis in snfetv u iwrimuieof CI IMS III iJICiy. drillfj;btll Valimlile henk of information to woiiiru wit free. THE BRADKIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta, Ce. A CIRCUS EMPLOYE IN SM001ING .SCRAPE The End of a Quarrel With a Livery Stable Employe. ' As a sequel tn a heated (iiarrol which occurred while on a liill posting tour of the sotithside yesterday, Wal ter ISartol employed nt the Palo Alto stables shot and wounded in the : igiit hand. Charles M. Ceiger, a member of the Iiarnum and Hailey advertising force of Car Xo. 1 which has been in the city for two days. The shooting took place just before the departure of the Southern Pacific train at 7:30 at tins M. Ai P. depot. , liartol was nrrested later by Deputy Sheriff Jeff Adams apd .Constable Ivy and his hearing w ill be held today be fore Justice Kyle. The two participants in the affray tell different stories, in the main however, agreeing that they had taken on a few jolt of liquor, while in Mesa. On the return they stopped to pet some water to make more paste and they got into a wran gle and called bail names. Xo fight followed but Geiger hit i'artol with a paste brush. Some-' thing rankled in Rartol's breast and when he returned with the wagon to the Palo Alto stables Vie is sail to have procured a gun there and then drove the billposter to the train. When the Iiarnum and r.ailey cars were reached riciger climbed out and some words followed. Bartof drew the revoher and fired the bullet plowing its way between the second and third ling.rs of (Jeiger's right ham and came Out just above the wrist without injuring a bone. Col. McClintock who was at the depot heard the shot and ran over to the scene. He disarmed Bartol who at the time did not appear to be very sorry for his actions. C.d. McClintock brought both men uptown, and Geiger's hand was dressed by X)r. Wntkins. The advertising crew were for taking Gciger with them to Tucson and letting the matter drop, but It was not permitted and they went on with out him. Hartol was later arrested up town. His employer, Mr. Stevens said he was a good Ti llable employe and had been well connected in Kansas City before coming here. Geiger is a young man also and his home Is in Fostoria, Ohio. He is a member of the Ragles. He said last night that he (lid not much care to prosecute the case as he hoped to catch the advertising car at El Paso. were Interested in this Valley after reading 'the literature of which Dr. Conner carried a goodly supply. He also attended theAmeriean Os teopathic association, held at Kirk land, Mo., from August 3 td 9. Dr. Conner says he saw a number of interesting demonstrations; among them was the reduction 'of several cases of conjenital dislocation of the fomer. Iteduced by the Iorenz method was one double location or a case where both femers were out. They were successfully reduced and placed in a cast "On my return," said Dr. Conner yesterday, "I met several traveling men, 'some that make every town from San Francisco to Denver to El Paso of any size, and they invari ably say Phoenix is all right if the people will make a few Improvements which are needed..- The traveling men suggested as some of them that the street cars should be run to the de pot, second to encourage and patron ize a good cafe. Another much need ed improvement, according to the knights of the 'gripsack, is about five miles of cement sidewalks. I am more than glad to get home again and go to work. Mrs. Conner and 'children will return in October." SOME IMPROVEMENT SUGGESTED IN ROUTE Home by Traveling Men to Dr. Con ner, Who Returned From the East Dr. D. L. Conner returned yester day after spending six weeks visiting his old homestead in Missouri and his wife's home .in Illinois. He spent a part of the time catching bass In the Illinois river. While visiting in the farming districts the doctor found some time for business as well as pleasure nnd interested n nenhew who lis a Missouri farmer to move to the iSalt river valley, and take advantage of the golden opportunities. Already he has had his sale adj vertised and will move to Phoenix by October first to take charge of Dr. Conner's land and seed It to grain and alfalfa. Many other farmers MONIIILY MEETING OE HIE CIIY COUNCIL Business Was Mainly Routine Work And Payment of Bills. . FOURTH ARIZONA FAIR PHOENIX November 9 to 14, 1908 Attractions Extraoi dinary """"P"""p"wwiimj hhiih i ajfi m iij in nn ii ii rJij.wwriiTJi. FOURTH ARIZONA FAIR PHOENIX November 9 to 14, 1908 Attractions Extraordinary New Percales HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF NEW YARD-WIDE PERCALES-Dark and light patterns in figures, polka dots and stripes. Just right for the mak ing of children's school dresses, and well worth 15c Special today at, yard When Your Stomach Hurts Take a Little Kodol The pain will then cease your stomach will feel good. Kodol stops the pains of indigestion and dys pepsia quickly, because it digests all the food you eat. Koflol Is a pleasant, palatable, t strong. Do cot diet or starve your- liquid preparation, that helps the stomach to do Its work In a natural way. Being a liquid. It starts di gestion at once. Kodol supplies the same digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach. This is why It will stop the pains ot Indigestion quickly. Tour stomach, being weakened, probably, by over feeding or over work, is unable to do Its work properly, and the natural result is Indigestion, sour stomach, gas, or belching, which will soon result In chronic .dyspepsia unless the stom ach Is given help. Nervous Indigestion or dyspep sia. It is not only annoying, but dangerous. If let alone, the result generally is gastritis, or oftentimes that fatal affliction appendicitis. Don't neglect your stomach. Don't take any chances. There is no need for you to sufTer, because a little Kodol now and then, will keep the stomach well, healthy and strong. Do not diet or starve your self. That Is not the way to get help. Eat what yon want of the food you like, and let Kodol help the stomach do its work. You can't be well unless you eat and unless you enjoy your food. . You can't get nourishment from your food, unless you digest It. Take a little Kodol now and then. That Is the only safe and sure way. You do not havo to depend on Kodol all the time. You only take It when you need it Our Guarantee Go to your dmpplit today and r-t a dot. lar boitlr. Then after you hare uiel tb euttre contents of the bottle if you can aourtttly ay, that It has not done yon an? food, return tbe bottle to the tlrnjriitt and e Mill refund yonr money without ques tion or delay. We will then pay the drug git for the bottle. Don't hetillate, all drugrpists know that onr jruarantee it rood. This otter applies to the larpe bottle only and to but one In a family. The larpa bot tle contain ii time aa much a the tifty cent bottle. Kodol Is prepared at the labora tories of E. C. De Witt & Co., Chicago. ELVEY & HULETT, The Live Druggists. I'hoenix, Arizona. r Salesmen . Wanted We want a number of experienced salesmen. We would particularly like to secure men who are ac quainted in their own locality, and who can get re sult, if you are anxious to become associated with a large corporation, where there is opportunity for advancement for hustlers, write us. You can give all, or a part of your time to this proposition, al though a few days experience will convince you that it is the best nnmey-making proposition you ever tackled. If you have had experience as insur ance solicitors, real estate salesmen, or in fact In any line where snles ability counts, write us im mediately. P. 0. BOX 673, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. We Want Good Agents The monthly meeting of the city council last night was formal and un interesting and devoted chiefly to rou tine matters. The monthly bills on the general fund and the library bills were ordered paid and the annual report of the librarian of the city library was read. Leave of absence was given the city building inspector for a few days visit in Los Angeles Jnd Acting Mayor Marshall was authorized to sign the annual city printing contract. A letter was read from the League of American municipalities, asking the council to send delegates to the ann4il convention which will meet in Omaha Sept. 3d for a threo days session. It was also suggested that I'hoenix ought to be a member of the league. The schedule of membership provides that the admission fee for towns of this size is $2H. Councilman Yaeger suggested that the recorder should be instructed to forward an application for member ship, for the reason that it was well worth the money to be in touch with the organization and for the advertis ing that membership would give. The matter however, was passed for the present. The attention of the council was brought to the fact that the old hose cart house no longer in use, on the property of the Catholic church, was in the way and Its removal was desired. The matter was referred to the coun cilman from the first ward. Ir. rieauchamp, city health officer reported on the diptheria situation. About two weeks ago a case was re ported in a Mexican family in the southwest part of town and since then two others in the same vicinity. They have been guarded and given close at tention. Two have recovered and the other is getting better. The doctor desires the fact made public that in these and all similar cases the quaran tine will be maintained not less than two weeks and must not be violated. He does not propose to have the dis ease secure a foothold as it has done in former years, before being stamped out and prevention is the best cure. One more matter of interest to a great many people, was brought be fore the council by citizens. It was the existence of the hide house near the railroad tracks which has always been offensive to people in that part of the city. No matter how carefully it is looked .after or how hard the management tries to keep down the disagreeable odors it is a menace to comfort if not to health, for a long distance around and in this sense is a nuisance. Ttie 'council and health of ficer as we'I as the citizens seem unan imous in this opinion and believe It should be removed beyond the city limits but don't know exactly how to go about it. The subject was referred to the city attorney for his suggestion in the premisses. Council adjourned until next Mon day night when it will meet as a board of equalization. Lace Curtains WHEN IT COMES TO VARIETY IN NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS we feel confident of being able to fill your every want. We have them In white or ecru all ' lengths, all widths, and every good pattern you may desire. And our prices are con sidered extremely moderate. 60c to $5.00 New Shirtings 100 PIECES OF BRAND NEW PURITAN SHIRTINGS Tbe donhl--fold sort, in a vast assortment of checks and stripes, positively the best 13c shirting on the market for this day at, yard lie Dress Lengths of Standard Prints 500 DRESS LENGTHS of printed Calicoes 10 yards to the piece, not two pi'rees alike; stripes, figures, dots and floral designs in every conceivable color and color combination. Special today, per dress length 65c Bow to Save on Boys' Stockings School time, more hard knocks and rough wear, and protruding knes, and heels and toes, unless you buy stockings that will stand the racket. That's "CADET" Stockings. Specially made to resist the strain. Knitted in vara of twisted strands best grades of selected cotton all wear points reinforced with special linen. "CADETS" are rip-proof and rub proof. Read the guarantee on the box top. If you want to snve in stocking expense, buy "CADETS" Only 25C Pair A New Pair If Not Good Wear "Kayser" Silk Gloves REGULAR $1.75 GRADE ELBOW LENGTH SILK GLOVES "Kay.-.er's," In black, white and colors, the genuine pat, double-topped sorts, none better at any price for this Jay at, pair $1.19 Table Damask 66-INCH SILVER BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK .Veat new pat terns, good quality, far superior to the usual 65c rade Special today at, yard 49 c New Draperies WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A DAINTY NEW LINE OF SILKO DRAPERIES In appearance so lus trous as to look like silk, elaborate floral designs in light and dark ef facts, represented in the lot Special today at, yard Jap. Silk A NE WLINE OF 23-INCH JAP. SILK In black, white and a com plete assortment of desirable colors, always sold at --5c for this day at, yard 25c NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE APPRO PRIATORS CANAL COMPANY. , Remarkable Bargains in Used Pianos Just .19 pianos that we are desirous of selling nt once, in order to secure more floor space. These instruments are in the slight ly used class, but have been put in first-class playing condition; in fact, in that respect are as good as new. The saving on each piano ranges from f.O to 100 per cent, from our usually low prices. Slany well known makes are included In this lot. Come and see! Notice is hereby given that the reg ular annual meeting of the stockhold ers fif the Appropriators' Canal com pany will be held at Melczer Hall on October 5th, 1H0S, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock I. M., for the election of a board of five directors to serve for tho ensuing year or until their successors are duly elected and qualified and for she transaction of such other business as may legally come before the meet ing. lly order of the Board of Plr.v.ors, JOHN P. OR.VIE. y Redewill's The Home of Everything Musical. DIAMONDS AND OTHER GEMS GUARANTEED VALUE We stand back of every sale. " Our pride is quality. Prices range about $100 per carat and you're sure of full weight and size. Regular or Special Settings Solitaire, Clusters and Mount inns with other Gems to vour order. , H'r' i your wants. ON APPROVAL ISHOP BY MAIL NEXT ORPHELM THEATRE . 22.9 Sa SPRING ST. LOS ANGELES , GAL P. f LILLY PREPARED EOR DEPARTURE Eugene H. Kelly Made Light Work For the Coroner. If everybody took spiritual precau tions as elaborate as the earthly prep arations of KuRene H. Kelly, for death, hades misht as well put out its fires and close Its doors. Kelly was found dead In his bed at the Hardwiek hotel yesterday morning at eifiht o'clock. He had been heard eoutrhinff in the early part of the night and he must have died long before his body was found, for it was cold and stiff. The cause of death was consumption which had wasted him away to a skeleton of not more than sixty pounds. Coroner Jonhnstone was informed of his death and an lniuest was held re sulting in a verdict that it was the re sult of natural causes. Kelly had made the work of rtye coroner as light as possible. He had left all information about himself that strangers need to have. There was found in his room an identity card showing that his name was Kugene H. Kelly, that his home was Galveston, Tex,; that he was forty seven years of age; that he had a sis ter, Mrs. W. W. M'Cullough residing at Dallas, Tex. Her street number was given. In addition to this Information there was a letter which he wrote on July 23 and had put into the hotel safe to be opened in case of need. The letter was divided into numbered sections. The writer, in case of death desired to be buried in I'hoenix. Interment was to be made in a protestant cemetery In a plain but decent coffin, not metallic, and the services of a Presbyterian minister were requested. The letter stated that enough money for ordinary expenses would probably be found but if not more would be obtained through the banking house of Hutchings, Sealy & Co., t5alveston, where he carried an account. There were three reasons why he desired that his Interment should be made in I'hoenix. He feared that the family plot at Galveston would be crowded and he did not wish lo be buried In an underground vault made necessary there on account of there being no altitude above sea level. Then the transportation of his body to Galveston was regarded as a useless expense. His wishes will be fully com plied with. The dead man had $191, a diamond stud and a handsome gold watch. Kel ly had been at the Hardwiek since May 5 th. ing and watermelon business, now that things have been coming a little easier with him, has moved to town to live. A number of years ago he rented two pieces of school land, one of fifteen or sixteen acres, on which he built a not verv lic- tentious though comfortable house, a 'few miles out on Grand avenue. The other piece of land only contained I twelve acres and he has for several I years devoted himself mainly to rais jing watermelons on it. This year he jshipped seven carloads of watermel ons beside a great many local ship ments and cleaned up a very re spectable profit on them. Recently he sold his home place for J:'..0lni, or $00 per acre, and the other place at JlOci per acre, which is a pretty good price for school land. He then liought of Mont Anderson a newly construct ed cement block house a block north of Kive Points, between Taylor and Fillmore, and last Saturday moved into it. He is now building a barn and expects to build another house to rent or sell on a piece of prop erty in the same neighborhood which he is negotiating for. SALTON SEA ALLIGATOR. There is a baby 'gator on exhibition In the office of the M. & P. railroad company and concerning it General Agent Lan dis relates the story of its capture by a fishing party on the Salton sea. It is about eighteen inches long and Its presence in the Salton sea is ' ac counted for on the theory that it got there the same as the fish did. through the Intake from the Colorado before it was closed, having been born some where about the mouth of the Colorado river where a family of alligators was "planted" a few years ago. AN URBAN DWELLER. Reuben Hill, who has found a very reason able degree of success in the farm- THE CIRCUS. Someone circulated rumor last night that The f.eimb- lican had received a message to the 'effect that the Iiarnum & Pailev sliow would give Phronix t'ie lit was probably the result of some joking rem following the shoot ing last night, made possible by an. incident in which the Ringling show, was concerned a 'few years ago. Oim of the Ringling employes was killed in Phoenix and the circus did not come baik again for a couple of years. Anyhow. The Republican has received no such message as referred to, or any word to stop the circus advertising. THE ALL-CONQUERING JUSTO. Justo, Mrs. J. C- Adams fast Hire year old trotter made a killing at In-C dianapolis yesterday winning the 2:30 class trot in 2 12'4. That however, was not his best as lie had already es tablished a record for himself and th ar of 2:10U. mmr "V v' -' - - I v; 3 J! V sisumpfion; Mr. C. W. Weaver, of Bristol, Vt., who was told by his doctor that he had only a short time to live, as he had consumption, takes Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which was rec ommended by the doctor, gains vigor and .strength" every day, and is in better " health than he had been in years before taking it. Ia a recent letter Mr. Weaver writes : " Two years ago my doctor told me I had consumption, that I could live ; but a short time, recommending to me, at the same time Duffy's Pure Malt -Whiskey. I have taken it ever since ' according to directions. I feel better and stronger than I have for seven years -past. Yes I heartily endorse Duffy's , Pure Malt Whiskey as a cure for con-! sumption." Thousands of letters like this are received daily from grateful men and -women who cannot say too much in., praise of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey C. W. V8AVtR. BllfflrS For mm for the benefits derived from its use. Whiskey is an absolutely pure distillation of malted grain; great care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted, thus destroying the germ and producing a predigested liquid food in the form of a malt essence, which is the most effective tonic stimulant and invigorator known to science; softened by warmth and moisture its palata- " bility and freedom from injurious substances render it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive stomach. . It cures nervousness, typhoid, malaria, every form of stomach trouble, diseases of the throat and lungs, ' and all run down and weakened conditions of the body, brain and nerves. It is prescribed by doctors and is recognized as a family medicine everywhere. CAUTION. When you ask your druggist, srocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. : It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey and is sold in large sealed bottles only ; never lu bulk. Price $1.00.. Look for tbe trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over the cork Is unbroken. Write -Consulting physician, butty Halt Wblskey Co. , Rochester, If, Y for free Illustrated medical booklet and free advice.