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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MOIlMXfJ, SE IT EMBER 20, 1908.
4 I I 1; Medicines containing Mercury are often given to persons suffering with Conl.ipious Blood Poison, and so powerful is t'.ie action of this drug that it frequently removes the r-mr.toms in a short while, and shuts the discane up in the system to do greater damage to the delicate internal members. When, however, the treatment is left off, the disease always returns, and the patient finds that his health has been injured by this powerful mineral, and he is often left with weak stomach, disturbed digestion, mercurial rheuma tism, etc. The action of S. S. S. is entirety different. It contains no Jlereury, nor azy other haruiful drug, but is made entirely of healing, cleansing roots and herbs. It cures Contagious Blood Poison by removing the virus from the blood. It searches out every particla of the poison and does not leave tli least trace for future outbreaks. S. S. S., in addition to curing the disease, builds .up and strengthens every part of the body. Its fine tonic efiL-cls tone up the stqtnach and digestion, improve the appetite and regulate the entire system. Home treatment book containing valuable information about the different stages of the disease and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, G A. A REUNION OF EROTHERS Jrff Duncan 1ms just received a letter .from his brother who lives at Guaya quil, Ecuador, raying that he will ar. rive here about October 1 for a visit The brothers have not seen each oth er for sixteen years. About that long apro they were together in South Da kota. ,They separated, Mr. Duncan cumins? to Phoenix and his brother point? to Xew York. Since that time he has led a stirrinff life. Soon after his arrival in New York he entered the service of a trading company and went to Central America. After that lie encased in mining and later went to Ecuador, where he took part in the construction of the Guyaiiuil and Quito railroad. Kor the last three years he had been the representative at Guyaquil of the Andean Trading company of New York. He was the host of General A. J. Sampson of this city, former minister to Ecuador on the eve of his departure from that country. It has become an established fact that WHEAT FLAKE CELERY mm is the best food for growing children, invalids and the aged. It is made from the whole wheat berry, celery infused, so making it the food for all classes, as it feeds the blood, the nerves, and prevents constipation. r. We Want to Give You a Year's Subscription to the ' 'Designer' ' To every customer purchasing at our store in any or all de partments, merchandise to the amount of Four Dollar ($4.0) or over, we will give absolutely freeL a year's subscription to The Te siner. The IVsigner is a magazine of fashions and styh-s for men, women and children, published monthly and s.M as you know" at 10c per copy. We want to give it to you free for twelve months. Come today and get your first copy. WE SELL THE STANDARD PATTERNS. E. HACKETT Thg A 20th Century Sanitary Institution Is benefiting humanity in general. Ii's a successfrom Our point of view, and there are hundreds of level-headed people to day who will fully coincide in our opinion. These are the people who were fortunate enough to have "a peep" at our "inner workings' We are not exaggerating ohe: bit when we say that ours is the only clean, filthless Market in all Arizona. There is absolutely nothing in this Market exposed to "things that move in the air." We are proud of our establish mentso will you be when you see it and all Phoenix ought to be. Our meats taste "like more." Our delivery wagons cover the entire city. Phone your orders to Main 132 they will be promptly attended to. Location 31-33 E. Washington St. . ' BAR ASSOCIATION There will be a meeting of the lawyers of Maricopa county today at 10 o'clock at the court room in the court house for the purpose of forming a Maricopa County Bar Association. Several other counties In the territory have bar associations but so far none has been organized in Phoenix. A good attendance is hoped for and imuch In terest will make the association a success. There are a number of rea sons why the bar association can be of particular benefit to the legal fra ternity in the near future. NOT CUTE ENOUGH. Naturally, people dislike feeling that thry are not cute enough in business. But no person who is run down can expect to be his best. Sex ine Pills make men and women brighter and stronger: they make you feel better In every way. Price $1 a liox; six boxes $j, with full guaran tee. Address or call on Elvey 4. Hu lett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. THE KINDERGARTEN Miss El lis' kindergarten was formally opened yesterday but the formal opening is about all there was of it, on account of circus day. Quite a numl- of mothers came with their little ones but many others had not been prop erly informed of the date of open ing, but it is expected there will be a full enrollment today. It was not the intention of Miss Ellis to open on circus day but she had the date set and all arrangements made. The circus would not change and she could not very well after she found out the circus date. Hut there was no barm done and nil the little folks will lie welcomed this morning. BACK FROM THE SEASIDE Mr and Mrs. J. A. Johnson have returned from a visit to -San Diego. STATEHOOD SEEMS NEAR Judge Kent Adds to the Cheering Impression His Itctiini Yesterday From J I is Vacation of Three Months. 1'idef JikHJcc Kent returned yester day morning from his vacation which this year was lengthened at both ends. He left Phoenix a little earlier than usual to attend the reunion of his class at Harvard, '83, on June 23, and his return was delayed by hy attendance at a trial at Denver of a case In which he had been formerly an attorney and In which his presence as a witness was desired. The trial took place on Sep tember 23. However, Judge Kent on his return found nothing urgently demanding his presence. Court had been adjourned by the commissioner to October 1. Judge Kent is hopeful of a conclusion of the case of Hurley vs. Abbott and others next week. The evidence has all been heard so that there is nothing to do but to hear the arguments of the attorneys, receive briefs and to make computations and tables from the evidence which has been submit ted, the tables showing the lands en titled to water in the order of their priority. If the lawyers are prepared to attend to the legal phase of the matter the case will be submitted within a week. The first Monday in October is the time for the opening of court at Flor ence but it will not, this vear, be opened until the second Monday so that there will be plenty of time for the disposition of the water case. The summer vacation, said Judge Kent, was one of the most pleasant he had ever enjoyed. The class reunion w hich was merged into the commence ment exercises of the university began on Sunday previous to the main events at Appleton Chapel. Cambridge, at which there were addresses by those members 'of the class who had entered the ministry. On the following day the members were entertained at the country Jjome of one of the members at Gloucester, Mass., ayhere took place the baseball game in which Judge Kent acquired international fame as an umpire. That day was further spent in summer amusements, golf, tennis, boating, etc. The next event of the reunion was the class dinner the fol lowing dar at the Country club at which were seated 130 of the surviving members of the class of 'S3. On the next day took place the com- I nvnremcnt dinner, at which Judge j Kent-represented his class. Of this . event, the. Harvard Bulletin of Julv 1 'said: I "Memorial hal! was filled in the aft ' ernoon w ith the alumni. Mr. Austin ! (. Fox, president of the Alumni asso ciation, presided. . At his , right was i President EMot and on his left Hon. Curtis Guild, Jr., '81, governor of Mas I sacbusetts. The others at the head I table were: Governor Wilson, of Ken- TEA j The way to buy tea is in ! packages; somebody is J responsible for it j Tsar trace return rear money U rn imt Wu Schilling' Btt! p7 bua J. C. HURLEY M tucky; Hon. Joseph H. Choate, '52; President Van HJse; President Pritch- ett, of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; .Dr. H. P. Walcott '58, Major Henry L. Higgin- son no. Dr. Arthur r. Labot il. Judge Francis C. Lowell '76, C. F. Adams 2d 88; Treasurer T. N. Perkins 91, mem bers of the corporation; Admiral Swift, U. S. X., commandant of the Charles town Navy Yard; Dean Fenn; Edward Kent, '83, chief justice of the supreme court of Arizona; Herbert Putnam, '83, librarian of congress; Hon. Eben S. Draper, lieufenant governor of Massa chusetts; Gen. V. H. Brigham. adju tant general of Massachusetts; Col W. C. Oorgas; Rev. W. C. Gannett; B. J. Lang; Judge Sheldon; Prof. A. J. But ler of the University of London. Prof.! C H. Haskins; Thomas Nelson Page; Warren A. Locke, 'S3, chorister; Mayor Wardwell of Cambridge; the sheriff of Suffolk count:-, the sheriff of Mid dlesex county. "The exercises were opened by the audience standing to honor the mem ory of ex-President Cleveland, whose death was announced to the company by Mr. Fox. After singing the TSth psalm, Mr. Fox introduced In-order the following .""leakers: President Eliot. (Vivernor Guild, Mr. Joseph H. Choate, Governor Wilson, President Van Hise, Colonel Gorgas, Professor Haskins, Dr. Walcott and Judge Kent." The one regret of Judge Kent in connection with the commencement ex ercises was that he was not present at the Varsity race, the only time he had ever had a chance to see Har vard win. He had attended those races year after year, only to witness the mournful profession in which the crimson trailed along after the blue, until, like many of the Harvard men, an aquatic victory seemed so nearly mpossible that it was hardly worth while waiting to see the unexpected happen. Judge Kent spent July at Gloucester and August in Rhode Island and Con necticut. The first ten days of Sep tember were spent in New York, w here he met and talked with Chairman Hitchcock of the national republican committee. Mr. Hitchcock has a friendly interest in Arizona and the fact wan brought out that he was largely responsible for the inclusion of the statehood plank in the national platform. Ho had talked on that sub ject with Judge Taft and in further ance of Mr. Taft's wishes he had urged upon the members of the resolutions committee the adoption of the plank. At first he found some opposition. Members of the committee believed that Arizona would be a democratic state and some believed that both New Mexico, and Arizona would be demo cratic states, and they questioned the wisdom from a partv point of view, of declaring for statehood. Mr. Hitch cock, however, succeeded in overcom ing their objections and the plank be came a part of the platform. This attitude of Mr. Hitchcock as reflecting the sentimea of Judge Taft. Jiulc-o Kent regarded as significant anr as furnishing reasonable assurance of early admission. It is well known that President RoosovcU is desirous of th passage of a statehood bill at the short session of congress, for though admis sion could not be fully effected within his tersi. he would be pleased to sicn a bill making states of the last of tiie territories. "Of course," said Judge Kent, "it must be apparent to anyone that Ari zona's chance of admission would be greatly enhanced if the coming elec tion would show a republican victory." Judge Kent was pleased to find a more intimate and favorable knowl edge of the territory wherever he went It appeared that the statehood fight hail brought Arizona to the attention of the whole country and that the be lief had been inspired that a people who could make no determined a fight were worth taking notice of. As to national politics. Judge Kent said that he found little outward In terest in the subject. People did not talk about it at the hotels or on rail way trains. The election of Mr. Taft was regarded as a foregone conclusion, leaving nothing more to lie said. On his way west, however, he found some interest in the politcal outlook and the farther west he came there were ex pressions of the probability of the elec tion of Bryan. In concluding Judge Kent said that he was pleased at the prospect of a republican victory in Arizona this fall. A FRIGHTFUL BATTLE WITH A DtVIL FISH THe Stirring Experience of a Diver in the Hold of a Sunken Vessel. I San Francisco, Pept. 28. In the tentacles of a giant devilfish Martin Lund, a diver of the Coast Wrecking company fought for his life in the hold of the wrecked steamer Pomona which lies in thirty feet of water in Fort Ross cove off the Marin county coast. Lund arrived here yesterday with the tentacles about his legs and nock. He finally slew the octopus with a knife cutting its head into shreds. He was brought to the surface in a faint ing condition. The octopus will be re covered and brought here for exhibi tion. X. o AN EARLY FOOTBALL VICTIM. Waterburg, Conn., Sept. 28. W. Bal thazar, a Waterbury high school foot ball player whose spinal column was fractured during a practice game last week, died yesterday. Donneil for Kodak Finishing. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, L. S. LatI Office at Phoenix, Arizona, Sept. 17, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Robert H. Woolf, of Phoenix, Arizona, who on September 17, 1903, made Home stead Application No. 4702. (Serial No. 0897). for Lots 3 and 4. and E 1-2 NW 1-4, section 1. township IS, range 2 E. G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver of I. S. Land Office, at Phoenix. Arizona, on the 30th day of October, :90S. Claimant names as witnesses: L M. Hoghe, of Phoenix, Arizona; Fred S. Tait, of Phoenix, Arizona; Albert RromniPll, of Phoenix. Arizona; Tom Clarke, of phoenix. Arizona. LYMAN W. WAKEFIELD. Register. WE'RE AS BUSY AS BEES IN OUR LADIES TAILORING DEPARTMENT And why not? Where else in all Phoenix can you sccvire the services of a I-iilies' Tailor who knows his business? Mr. Kalsntan's experience in making and fitting genuine hand-tailored garments dates back 13 years. Ask your neighbor she undoubtedly has seen some of Mr. Kalsman's , work she will cheerfully testify to the fact that lie, and ho alone, is the man of the hour. And also keep in mind Mr. Kalsman when in need of a properly fitting Riding Skirt one of his specialties. Bargains of Sheets HERE GOES A REMARKA BLE SHEET VALUE. Do;ible bed size Sheets of excellent grade cotton, size 72x90, wide hem, far superior to those sold elsewhere at 73c today only a at 58c 4fofr25c 7c " g ff0 WR MEH AH Wkm I PfNewest Fall Styles (ft j f 1 1 ' il Aw K'Sa nor.- toi'ay we can show you in JlA t !i 'hL 41? i--Jo ml Rc-al Shoe-all t'.: newest custom styie3 sfrv MaW& lrecd fashion as correct for this S$ MJf Ai season. There are 2 of these new , V-'VI U HM Real mfWs-5a shapes snu loath- W" . E , A "Avjfc'yM Y.' crs suitaHc for nca and women in H V j 'M(I Vt ' I evcrvoccxsicn. " 3 ! 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Fig ures and stripes on cadet, navy and garnet foundations, equal to most 10c Percales ill town for today only at, yard